In particular, the figures for the period 2013-16 reveal that pendency in the apex court has come down from 66,603 cases to 59,468 cases. Sikkim 1975 Sikkim Gangtok 19. The basic idea behind the scheme of Lok Adalats is to eliminate delay in imparting justice and to speed up clearance of pending cases as soon as possible. Because of the size of the country, the judiciary system is planned as per the requirement of the citizen of India with the location of courts as per status to serve the community of India with efficiency. The court structure is set as per the judiciary system prevailing in India with differentiation of applicability as per the merit of the case. Presently there are 24 high courts in India.
The Assistant Sessions Judge is competent to impose punishments up to ten years imprisonment and any fine. If the government wants that the decisions in the courts are made early, then the judges of the High Court and the Supreme Court should be placed in place of the local magistrate, who will be able to identify the guilty immediately from their experience and this system will prove successful. The functions of the High Court are to interpret and apply the law of Australia; to decide cases of special federal significance including challenges to the constituti … onal validity of laws and to hear appeals, by special leave, from Federal, State and Territory courts. The data Data on the time period for which a case has been pending as on 31 December 2015 in the district courts has been obtained from the Department of Justice, which itself obtained this data from the jurisdictional high courts directly. A similar trend , but not one which is consistent, is also evident in the total number of cases pending with the 24 High Courts of India.
Online Edition of The Hindu, dated 2006-08-05. This shortage amounts to 43. The judgments of the district courts are subject to review to the appellate jurisdiction of the respective high court. In the courts, the police usually have a major role in every case. The courts which come under the High Court are: District Courts of India District Munsiff Court Courts of Judicial Magistrate of First Class Courts of Judicial Magistrate of Second Class I am attaching the full list of High Courts of India with this message. The is the oldest high court in the country, established on 2 July 1862.
That report itself is very laconic. Assuming that an outer limit of three years is fixed, we can assess how many judges we need to dispose of existing cases, whether they were filed a day earlier or 10 years ago. Looking at the numbers available in Court News, which contains details of the cases filed and disposed of in the trial courts, it is possible to see the average number of cases a judge decides in a year. They are not judicially enforceable but give strength to Human Rights. Indian Courts Hierarchy can be broadly categorized into Civil Court and Criminal Court In civil courts every suit should be instituted before the court of lowest jurisdiction. The high courts are the principal civil courts of in each state and union territory. Venkataramaiah 1 November 1956 — 16 July 1957 2 S.
There is no good reason for this state of affairs to continue; the technology to resolve this is now easily and cheaply available. Orissa 1948 Orissa Cuttack 10. Be that as it may, this gives us some idea how many judges each state would need to dispose of its backlog. But clearly this is not enough. The Centre has constituted three new High Courts in the northeast — Meghalaya, Manipur and Tripura — taking the total number of High Courts in the country from 21 to 24. In this way, in the courts, they hear all kinds of cases and make judgments to give justice to the public. Bhimaiah 26 September 1982 — 27 October 1982 9 K.
Below it are the State High Courts, one High Court per state, though in some cases, two states share a High … Court Punjab and Haryana; Maharashtra and Goa. This also creates a big hurdle in estimating the real extent of judicial pendency in India and making reasonable comparisons among the courts. It is the highest judicial organ of the state. A total of 99,625 cases, including 64,967 civil, 13,324 criminal and 21,334 writs are awaiting disposal there. In making appointment as High Court Judge, President can consult the Chief Justice of India , the Governor of the State and also the Chief and also the Chief Justice of that High Court A Judge of the High Court can hold office until the age of 62 years. For that we need a dispassionate data-driven approach to the problem and understanding of the limitations of the legal ecosystem we are working in.
Bhimaiah 28 October 1982 — 10 April 1983 10 6 February 1984 — 24 October 1985 Acting 24 October 1985 — 27 August 1986 11 Prem Chand Jain 28 August 1986 — 16 September 1989 12 S. I think India has Panchayat at the village where all the disputes get resolve. The District and Sessions judge may pass any legal sentence but a death sentence is subject to confirmation by the High Court. That Act abolished the Travancore-Cochin High Court and created the Kerala High Court. Citizens of India have been assured equality before law and a number of freedoms.
Abdul Nazeer being appointed as judges in the. The proposal however did not meant any increase in the number of working days or working hours of any of the judges but only that the judges will go on vacation at different times. The High Court of Andhra Pradesh started functioning at Amaravati from 01 Jan 2019. He gives advice to the state-Government on legal matters. Chandrashekar 22 March 1978 — 25 September 1982 Acting K.
High Courts also have Benches in different cities for administrative convenience. The difference is also huge in Delhi where the total sanctioned strength is 793 while there were only 486 working judges, with 307 positions being vacant. And as far as the question about the high court judge goes, you'll have to specify the state for which you want to know the judge's name as every state has a different high court with a different judge each. The panel of judges is comprised of Chief Justice and twenty other Judges. The total number of High Courts in the country is 24.
Jharkhand 2000 Jharkhand Ranchi 22. In the old time, elderly people used to give justice to public from their experience. It was earlier named as Old Public Offices and got its name of Attara Kacheri when the eighteen departments in the general and revenue secretariat of the Mysore Government were shifted here from their crowded premises in 's summer palace. Dear user, The volume of blood in a human being varied from person to person depending on factors like age and body type. One or more hearings have to take place, evidence has to be presented and the judge has to apply her mind.