It all depends upon the profile of the advocate you select. If Court fees is very low then it depends upon the profile of the advocate.
According to The Karnataka Civil Rules of Practice, 1967 the Advocate fee is calculated on the value or the subject matter of the suit, which shall be the same as prscribed by the Karnataka Court Fees and Suits Valuation Act, 1958,
For the determining the jurisdiction of the Court, according to the following scales: Suit Claim Above Rs.1,00, 000/- Rs..4,125/-+1 1/2(one and half) per cent on the amount which exceeds Rs.1,00,000/-
Now according to the suit property valuation of Rs.33,35,65,457/- the Advocate fee amounts to Rs.50,01,981/-.
Karnataka High Court
Shekhappa vs Assistant Commissioner And Land ... on 22 June, 2000
Equivalent citations: ILR 2000 KAR 3956
Bench: M Anwar
1. This is decree-holder's revision directed against the Execution Court's order dated 5-6-1999 made in E.P. No. 538 of 1997 awarding him the Advocate's fee of Rs. 50/- only per cost towards the execution proceeding while declining his claim to the same at the rate of 50% of the Advocate's fee awarded on the original suit.
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