The Portuguese is the first European who persevered in carrying on trade and acquiring dominion of India. Subsequently the Dutch followed the Portuguese and subverted the power. Finally English merchant endeavored to prosecute trade. East India Company got right to trade in all parts of Asia, Africa & America by Charter of 1600 passed by Elizabeth-1. The traditional judiciary of this soil was routed by the different occupier. Our predecessors have compelled to face Charter 1726 and 1753, Privy Council, Act of 1781, Legislatures of 1834 and 1853, The Indian Councils Act 1861, Act of 1872 and Act X of 1861. The prevailing Judicial System comes from the Act X of 1861. Appointment of District Judge, Subordinate Judge & Munseff was incorporated by this Act. At that time legal practitioners engaged themselves in the title of Pleader, Vokil, Advocate etc.