Court Record Check and Verification Services

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In the Court Record check, past records of the prospective employees are dug up seeking any illicit activities and offences that the candidates might have indulged in. Even any criminal or civil offences which might have led to litigation are searched as well.

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Why Conduct A Court Record Check?

By conducting Court Record Checks during the pre-employment level, the employer mitigates the threat of allowing any miscreant into the Company. Thus, Court Record Verification for the employees is performed in association with prominent law firms which are already registered with the Bar Council of India. The key validations of this kind of check is received from Criminal and Civil case records across Original Suite, Appeals and JUDIS (Judgement Information System) from Supreme / High / District or Session Courts. With the rapid rise of tricksters and fraudulence, employee background screening can not be accomplished without a Criminal Record Verification and a court record check of the employees.

Pricing Details
Employment Check
Rate TAT
Rs. 500.00-700.00 5-7 Working days
Employment Check
Rate TAT
Rs. 100.00-200.00 1-3 Working days
Address Check
Rate TAT
Rs. 100.00-200.00 1-2 Working days
Address Check
Rate TAT
Rs. 300.00-700.00 3-7 Working days
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  • Q1.

    Why is a Court Record Check Important for Employers?

    A Court Record Check is crucial for employers to ensure workplace safety and security. It helps identify candidates with criminal convictions that may pose a risk to the organization, its employees, and customers.
  • Q2.

    What Information is Included in a Court Record Check?

    A Court Record Check typically includes information about an individual's criminal convictions, including details of the offenses, court dates, and sentencing. It may also include information on pending charges.
  • Q3.

    Is Consent Required for a Court Record Check?

    Yes, obtaining the candidate's consent is essential before conducting a Court Record Check. Employers must inform candidates about the check, its purpose, and the need for their consent.
  • Q4.

    How Far Back Does a Court Record Check Go?

    The timeframe covered by a Court Record Check may vary by jurisdiction. Typically, it covers a certain number of years, often seven to ten years, but this can vary based on local laws and regulations.
  • Q5.

    Can a Court Record Check Reveal Expunged or Sealed Records?

    In some cases, expunged or sealed records may not appear in a standard Court Record Check. However, certain positions or industries may require access to such records for security reasons.