What a District Court is:-
Section 2 (4) of the Code [CPC] defines District to mean the local limits of the jurisdiction of a principal Civil Court of original jurisdiction. It includes the local limits of the ordinary original civil jurisdiction of a High Court. The expression District court, though not directly defined, is indirectly defined in Section 2 (4) itself to mean the principal Civil Court of original jurisdiction of a District.
Therefore, the expression District Court always denotes the principal Civil Court of original jurisdiction of a District. All other civil Courts of original jurisdiction, even if presided over by officers of the very same rank and status, will not be treated as District Courts within the meaning of Section 2 (4), if they do not happen to be the principal Civil Court of the district.
The expression Judge is defined in Section 2 (8) of the Code to mean the presiding officer of a Civil Court. Therefore, to be a judge within the meaning of Section 2 (8), the person concerned need not be the presiding officer of a principal Civil Court of original jurisdiction.
If we keep in mind the distinction between the expressions District Court and Judges, it will be clear that the general power of withdrawal and transfer conferred under Section 24 (1) is upon 2 courts namely:-
(i) the High Court and
(ii) the principal Civil Court of original jurisdiction of a district, which satisfies the definition under Section 2 (4).
From this, if we go to clause (a) of sub-section (3) of Section 24, it will be clear that the deeming fiction created therein is about the Courts of Additional and Assistant Judges vis-a-vis the District Court. Once this is clear, there is no difficulty in concluding that the absence of the word district after the words additional and assistant is of no consequence. The emphasis in clause (a) of sub-section (3) is not simply on Additional Judges and Assistant Judges, but is actually on Courts of Additional and Assistant Judges vis-a-vis District Court. This important aspect has not been taken note of in Manchukonda Venkata Jagannadham.
A careful look at clause (a) of sub-section (3) of section 24 would show that the phrase courts of additional and assistant judges appearing therein, is ejusdem generis with what follows, namely the phrase District court. When clause (a) speaks of the courts of additional and assistant judges with specific reference to the District court, it can be construed only as a reference to the Additional and Assistant District Judges, irrespective of whether the word District is used or not in between the words Additional Judges and Assistant Judges.
The Departmental Establishment
Head of the Department: Ld Dist & Session Judge
Clerical stuff: Sheristadar, Record Keeper, Assistant Record Keeper, Peshkar, Nazir, Translator, Copyist, Touzi Navis, Revenue Clerk
Principle of subordination
Section 3 of the Code reads as follows:
Subordination of Courts: – For the purposes of this Code, the District Court is subordinate to the High Court, and every Civil Court of a grade inferior to that of a District Court and every Court of Small Causes is subordinate to the High Court and District Court.
As per Section 3, a Civil Court will be treated as subordinate to the District Court, only if that Civil Court happens to be of a grade inferior to the District Court. Since in terms of judicial powers, all District Judges enjoy the same status, the learned Judge thought in Manchukonda that the presiding officer of an Additional District Court cannot be treated as a grade inferior to the Presiding Officer of the Principal District Court.
But, insofar as this aspect is concerned, it must be pointed out that Section 3 does not speak either about the hierarchy of the Judges or about the subordination of one or more Judges to another. Section 3 speaks only about the subordination of Courts and not subordination of Judges.
Section 24 (1) (a) empowers the District Court to transfer a case pending before it, to any Court subordinate to it, provided such a Court has jurisdiction to try and dispose of the same. A Principal District Court cannot transfer any case pending on its file to the Court of an Additional District Judge, because the Additional District Judge cannot be treated as subordinate to the Principal District Judge. The Principal District Judge cannot also transfer a regular appeal pending before him to the Court of a Junior Civil Judge, since such a Judge, though subordinate to the Principal District Judge, will have no jurisdiction to try and dispose of an appeal. These consequences arising out of such an interpretation, would make the provision, a dead letter.
To put it differently, two conditions are to be satisfied for the exercise of the power under Section 24 (1) (a). The first is that the Court to which the case is to be transferred should be subordinate to the Court ordering the transfer. The second is that the transferee Court should also be competent (have jurisdiction) to try and dispose of the same.
1. English Department
2. Vernacular Department
3. Accounts Section ( Civil & Criminal )
4. Nazarat Department
5. Record Room
6. Copying Department
7. Computer Section
Dress Code for Advocates
FORM OF DRESSES OR ROBES TO BE WORN BY ADVOCATES
(Rules under Section 49(1)(gg) of the Act)
Advocates appearing in the Supreme Court, High Courts, Subordinate Courts, Tribunals or Authorities shall wear the following as part of their dress which shall be sober and dignified: –
I. Advocates other than lady Advocates
(a) A black buttoned-up coat, Chapkan, achkan, black sherwani and white bands with Advocates’ Gowns, or
(b) A black open breast coat, white shirt, white collar, stiff or soft, and white bands with Advocates’ Gowns.
In either case long trousers (white, black striped or grey) or Dhoti.
II. Lady Advocates
(a) Black and full or half sleeve jacket or blouse, white collar stiff or soft, with white bands and Advocates’ Gowns.
White blouse, with or without collar, with white bands and with a black open breast coat.
(b) Sarees of long skirts (white or black of any mellow of subdued colour without any print or design) of Flare (white, black or black striped or grey) or Punjabi dress churidar-kurta or salawar-kurta with or without dupatta) white or black:
PROVIDED that the wearing of Advocates’ gowns shall be optional except when appearing in the Supreme Court or in a High Court:
PROVIDED FURTHER that in courts other than the Supreme Court, High Court, District Court, Sessions Court or City Civil Court a black tie may be worn instead of bands.
Howrah District Judgeship – Courts and Jurisdictions
1. District and Sessions Judge, Howrah
- Bail application- Criminal Appeal-Criminal Revision [10.30 AM-1.50 PM]
- Civil Appeal- Civil Revision- Mutual Divorce petition [2.00 PM-5.00 PM]
Additional District Judge Amta, Howrah
Additional District Judge, Uluberia
2.Chief Judicial Magistrate, Howrah
Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Amta, Howrah
Additional Chief Judicial Magistrate, Uluberia, Howrah
[Directly accept Put up, Surrender & Bail applications. Other applications through filing Counter- Place it before 11.00 AM ]
Judicial Magistrates [ Seven Courts]
3.Civil Judge Jr. Divn. Howrah
Civil Judge, Jr. Divn. Amta, Howrah
Civil Judge, Jr. Divn. Uluberia, Howrah
4.Civil Judge Sr. Divn.Howrah
Civil Judge, Sr.Divn.Uluberia, Howrah
5. Railway Magistrate, Howrah
6. Howrah Municipality Magistrate
7. First Track Court Howrah[ 3 Courts]
8. Court of the Executive Magistrate[ Appeal to Session Judge] [2 Courts]
Howrah District Court usually deals with following Types of Cases
- Misc application [u/s 156(3) Cr.P.C]
- Matrimonial Suit – Matrimonial Suit
- Criminal Appeal – Criminal Appeal
- Misc. Appeal – Misc. Appeal
- Criminal Revision – Criminal Revision
- Title Appeal – Title Appeal
- M A C C – M.A.C.C
- Mjc – Misc Judicial Case
- Act Viii Miscellaneous Case – Act VIII Miscellaneous Case
- Probate Suit
- L.o.a. Suit – L.O.A. SUIT
- Mc – Misc Case
- Bail Regular
- Bail anticipatory
- CA – Caveat Application
- Civil Appeal
- Civil Execution
- Civil Misc
- Civil Revision u/s 115 A of CPC
- Complaint Case
- Criminal Case
- Crl. Execution – Criminal Execution
- Divorce On Mutual Consent
- Electricity Act
- Estate Acquisition Appeal
- Gr Case[Police case]
- Hindu Adaptation & Maint Act – Maint Case
- Insolvancy Petition
- L A C – Land Acquisition Cases
- L A Ex. – Land Acquisition Execution
- M A C C Ex. – MACC Execution
- Misc Case (pre-emption)
- Misc. Criminal Revision
- Misc Crl Case – Misc Criminal Case
- Misc. Execution Case
- Money Appeal
- Money Execution
- Money Suit
- Mr Maintenance – MR case for Maintenance
- M V Act – Motor Vehicle Case
- N D P S Case – NDPS Case
- NGR Case
- Other Appeal[Which is not listed here]
- Other Suit[Which is not listed here]
- Probate Case
- S C C Ex. – Execution
- S C C Suit – SCC SUIT
- Sessions Case
- Sessions Trial
- Special Court Cases
- Succession Case
- Title Execution
- Title Suit
- Trust Suit
- The Code Of Civil Procedure (West Bengal Amendment) Act, 1988
- The Calcutta High Court Amendment of the Code of Civil Procedure Rules, 2006
- Case Flow Management Rules 2006 in the Subordinate Courts [West Bengal]
- West Bengal service Rule Part -1
- West Bengal service Rule Part -2
- West Bengal Service Rule, Note, Vol-I
- Civil Rules and Orders 2015
- Criminal Rules and Orders 2015
- Annual Confidential Report [ Judicial Officer]
- West Bengal Services (Duties, Rights and Obligations of the Government employees) Rules, 1980
Service Rule application
Following Govt. cadres are regulated by West Bengal Service Rules
(i)Judges and Registrars of Small Cassese Court Calcutta,
(ii) Members of the West
Bengal Civil Service (Judicial).
(iii) Other employees of the Small Causes Court, Calcutta or the Civil Courts or Criminal
Courts of Judicial Magistrates and Metropolitan Magistrates
| Subordinate Court Criminal Rules- West Bengal|
Contact Details Howrah Juvenile Justice Board
|UNDER JUVENILE JUSTICE (CARE AND PROTECTION OF CHILDREN) ACT, 2015|
|Address:||8 strak road Belur adjacent with smm home Liluah Howrah|
|Days of Sitting:||Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday|
No. of Stenographers to be given to each Judge.
(a) Civil Judge ( Jr. Div.)/ Magistrate—- One Grade-III Stenographer
(b) Civil Judge( Sr.Div.)/CJM/CMM—One Grade-II Stenographer
(c) Principal Dist. & Sess. Judge—One Grade-I Stenographer and the Principal City Civil Court Judge—One Executive Assistant.
নেজারত বিভাগ-তদারক সহ অফিসিয়াল কাজ
১ বিভিন্ন আদালত হতে পরোয়ানা গ্রহণ
২ পরোয়ানা রেজিস্ট্রিতে উত্তোলন
৩ বিট ভাগ করা
৪ পরোয়ানা হাওলা করা
৫ জারিকারক হতে পরোয়ানা ফেরত গ্রহণ
৬ পরোয়ানা প্রদাণকারী আদালতের পরোয়ানা ফেরত প্রদাণ
৭ ডায়েরি তদারক করা
৮ বিভিন্ন আদালতের রিকুজিশন গ্রহণ করা
৯ অনুমোদিত রিকুজিশনের মালামাল ক্রয় ও বন্টন করা
১০ বিভিন্ন অফিসে পত্র প্রেরণ, গ্রহণ, লিখন ও যোগাযোগ করা
১১ মূল্যবান সামগ্রী হেফাজত ও রক্ষণাবেক্ষণ করা
১২ আদালতের স্থাবর ও অস্থাবর সম্পত্তি রক্ষণাবেক্ষণ
১৩ গাড়ি রক্ষণাবেক্ষণ
১৪ জমাকৃত টাকা গ্রহণ ও ব্যাংকে প্রেরণ
১৫ সার্ভিস স্টাম্প সরবরাহ
১৬ আদালতের নির্দেশিত পত্র প্রস্তুত ও উপস্থাপন করা
১৭ নিলাম কাজ পরিচালনা করা
১৮ নির্দেশিত দেওয়ানী দখল কাজ সম্পন্ন করা
১৯ জারি কারকের কর্মবন্টন
২০ প্রটোকলজনিত কাজ করা
JUDICIAL MUNSHIKHANA [Howrah District]
General functions under Officer-in-Charge
- Generally deals with law matters related to Criminal Cases, Violation of Human Rights, Essential Commodity Act, Arms Act etc.
- Engagement of Assistant Public Prosecutor through Public Prosecutor to defend the State Govt. in all sorts of Trial, Appeal, Criminal Revision in various Courts of Howrah district.
- Engagement of State Advocate through the Legal Remembrancer to defend the District Magistrate in Writ Petition filed in the High Court, Calcutta.
- Vesting powers U/S 133 and Sec 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 of Executive Magistrate to newly posted Dy. Magistrate & Dy. Collector in the District to discharge function of Executive Magistrate in maintaining law and order.
- Engagement of Executive Magistrate in disposal of unclaimed property lying at Malkhana of Police Stations under the jurisdiction of this district.
- Engagement of Executive Magistrate in maintaining law and order and inquest matter.
- Engagement of Sanction order U/S 39 of the Arms Act, 1959 for Prosecution of accused U/S 25(1-b) (a) and U/S 27 of Arms Act, 1959 as received from the different Police Stations under the jurisdiction of this district.
- Cause inquiry in the matter relating to Police Firing held within the jurisdiction of this district.
- Issue of Certificate for exemption of Excise Duty in respect of G.I Pipe of different diameter as notified by the Finance Deptt. Govt India to be used in different Water Supply Scheme undertaken by the State Govt. / Local Bodies etc.
- Cause inquiry in case of Custodial Death and send report to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) and West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC). Payment of compensation to the victim on violation of human rights as awarded by the NHRC and WBHRC from time to time.
- Correctional Home (Jail) matters
- Matter related to withdrawal of Cases u/s 321 of Cr.P.C
- Matter related to Child Rape Case
- Payment of professional fees to Ld Public Prosecutor, Govt Panelled Assistant Public Prosecutor of the Howrah District
- Payment of Charges of carrying dead bodies post mortem, diet charges of inmates of police custody.
- Payment of Electricity Bill of Howrah Police Morgue
|Types of complaints which are enquired and disposed of from this office:-|
REVENUE MUNSHIKHANA [SECTION]
- All RTI related applications received through D.M. Confidential section and place to SPIO for necessary action, if possible copy of relevant documents handed over to the applicant by the fees as admissible and if not possible others sent to the concerned department for necessary action within the time limit.
- Engagement of Issue and renewal of Money Lending cases.
- Appointment and transfer cases of Stamp Vendor in this District.
- All Departmental Proceeding Cases.
- R.T.I Act, 2005
- Refund of Non-Judicial stamp duty and SABR.
- Establishment related matter.
- Engagement of Ld. Government Pleader/ Ld. A.G.Ps in District Courts and opinion of Ld. G.P. Howrah District.
- Adjudication of deficit stamp duty.
- Departmental Audit.
- Legal Heir Certificate in connection with Govt. / Govt. undertaking .
- Payment of Professional Fees of Ld. G.P. and Ld. A.G.Ps.
- Possession of property U/S. SARFAESI Act, 2002 .
- Resource Mobilization .
- Electricity Duty.
- Enquiry and report of Probate cases.
- Clearance report of the staff members, maintenance of asset register.
- Matters relating to the Probate Cases.
- Matters relating to the Stamp Vendor.
- Matters relating to the SARFAESI Act, 2002.
- Matters related to RTI Act, 2005
- Matter relating to refund of Non- Judicial Stamp and SABR.
- Matter relating to Money Leading Cases.
LAND & LAND REFORMS
Functions under an ADM-in-Charge :
Land & Land Reforms Department is one of the oldest departments of the state as well as of the country.
The principal work of this department is the implementation of various Land Reforms Acts especially the West Bengal Estates Acquisition Act, 1953 and the West Bengal Land Reforms Act, 1955.
The activities of this department have tremendous social implications and have an important role in reducing disparities in the socio-economic structure of the agrarian society of this state.
Under the changed scenario, this department has also been one of the keen pins of socio-economic development, industrial growth and modernization on one hand while harnessing indiscriminate changes in land utilization patterns.
The District Land & Land Reforms Officer, having the powers of Collector, heads the Integrated Set up of Land & Land Reforms Administration in the district. In a district, the entire structure consists of four tiers extended up to Gram panchayet level at the lowest.
This office has five sections viz Establishment & Nazarath, Serestha, Law cell, Drawing Section and Computer Section.
The Establishment Section deals with all the establishment related matter pertaining to leave, transfer and posting of officers and staff and their service matters & also the function of D.D.O.
The Law cell deals with various court cases relating to LR and appeals under WBLR Act. It also handles vesting and divesting cases.
The Shrestha Section deals with lease and license, collection of Land Revenue & Royalty, Report & Returns, Conversion Miscellaneous issues like Public grievance, Assembly questions, Audit matters etc.
The technical adviser is the head of the drawing Section which deals with the inking of L.R. maps and despatch of sheets to the W.B.D.O. The Computer Section deals with computerized land records including all kinds of report and return.
The office maintains numerous registers in terms of the Bengal Manual, amongst them are :
1. Register – I Jamabandi Register/Rent
2. Register – III Collection Register
3. Register – IV Cash Book Register.
4. Register – V Pass Book
5. Register – VIII Vested Land Register
6. Register – IX Mutation Register
7. Register – X L.T. & S.T. Register
8. Register – XII Settlement Register
9. Register – XIII Misc. case Register.
10. Register – 26 Inspection Register.
11. Register – 94 D.C.R. and R. R. Book
12. C.R./C.O. Register
14. Stock Register
15. Court Fee Register
16. Leave Register
17. Staff Register
18. Attendance Register
19. File Index Register.
Prompt disposal of execution cases
Every presiding Judge shall see that execution cases are not neglected or needlessly prolonged, but disposed of with the same care and regularity as original suits. Sufficient time should be allowed for the execution of all processes, warrants and orders issued which shall be drawn up in the execution department in strict rotation except in special cases under written orders of the presiding Judge. Processes and orders ordered to be given dasti to a party or counsel shall be promptly prepared and given out the same day in Court through the Reader.
The Judge shall see that the orders issued by him are carried out: and frequent or habitual carelessness, unpunctuality or procrastination in the execution department should be adequately punished. An order staying execution shall promptly comply. If execution has taken place there shall be no restitution in pursuance of the order of stay.
GROUP -C STAFFS
Recruitment to Group -‘C’ staffs in different District Judgeship, which provides the constitution of the District Recruitment Committee and the Recruitment Committee for City Civil Courts and the Recruitment Cell to be established in each District Court and the City Civil Court. The Recruitment Cell was entrusted to frame a guidelines for the Recruitment Committee including processing the applications received for the post and short-listing them and such recruitment should take place every year well in advance before the vacancy arise.
West Bengal Services (Appointment, Probation and Absorption of Group – C Employees) Rules, 2013.[1st March, 2013]
Howrah District Court English Stenographer Exam Pattern
|1||Written Test||Paper-I||Dictation & Transcription||200||1 Hour|
|Paper-II||General English||100||1 Hour 30 Minutes|
|Paper-III||Typing Test||100||10 Minutes|
Howrah District Court – Lower Division Clerk
|1||Written Test||Part-I||Mathematical Skills||100||1 Hour 30 Minutes|
|Part II||English||50||1 Hour|
Howrah District Court Process Server, Peon, Day Guard, Night Guard Exam Pattern
|1||Written Test||Part-I||General knowledge||70||2 Hour 30 Minutes|
|Part II||Subjective English||30|
Howrah District Court Sweeper Exam Pattern
|1||Written Test||Paper I||General Awareness||70||45 Minutes|
HOWRAH DISTRICT COURT LDC SYLLABUS 2018
- General English.
- General Knowledge.
- Correct use of words.
- The correctness of Sentences.
- Use of common phrases.
- Punctuation etc.
- Problems on Ages.
- Time & Work.
- Pipes & Cisterns.
- Profit and Loss.
- Boats & Streams.
- Time & Distance.
- Data Interpretation etc.
Howrah District Court LDC Syllabus for General Knowledge
- Current Events – National & International.
- Culture & Heritage – India.
- Geography – India.
- General Polity.
- History – India.
- Science & Technology.
- Economy – India.
- Environmental Studies.
- Current Affairs – National & International.
GOVT OF WEST BENGAL HOME DEPT
- All Court matters including legal opinion, engagement of State Advocates, Preparation of Statement of Fact etc.
- Matters relating to Advocate General/ Legal Remembrance/ Government Pleader/ Public Prosecutor/ Secretary, Law Department/ Secretary, Judicial Department.
- Police firing cases/ Magisterial Enquiries.
- Departmental Proceedings /Appeal matters.
The Director-General & Inspector General of Correctional Services, West Bengal office at Directorate of Correctional Services, WB, Jessop Building, 63, N. S. Road, Kolkata-700001
Criminal Justice Practice
Public Prosecutors ( Session Court)
The Public Prosecutor conducts criminal cases on behalf of the Government of West Bengal in the session court. The cases handled by the Public Prosecutor are of grave in nature and exclusively trailed by the Session Court. It also appears in the appeals and revision against the order of the lower Courts. At present five advocates are appointed and appearing in the Sessions court for conducting the criminal cases on case wise fees payable on their appearance basis.
Assistant Public Prosecutor[ Government Cadre]
His main function is to conduct Criminal cases in the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate/ Judicial Magistrate First Class. In addition to the case filed by the Police, he also deals with the criminal cases of other Departments such as Food and Drugs, Labour Department, Excise Department, Forest Department, Town and County Planning Department of the Administration.
- PRIVATE PROSECUTORS U/S 301 READ WITH S 24 OF Cr.P.C
- Court Inspector [GR Section- Attached with CJM Court]
- Court Inspector Railway [GR Section- Attached with CJM Court]
- Filing Counter [CJM Court] 10.00 AM -11.30 AM
- Centralised Filing Counter [ Under Register – 10.00 AM -3.30 PM]
Important Contact Nos –
District Judge Howrah-033-2641-4812 (T)
CJM – Chief Judicial Magistrate Howrah -033-2641-1154 [L]
Government Pleader (GP)-Sri Madan Mohan Banerjee -033-2641-4912 (T) / 9830380925
Public Prosecutor (PP) Howrah-033-2641-3666 (T)
Director Public Prosecution WB Judicial Dept Bhawani Bhawan 1st Flr Kol – 27[033-2449-8380]
- Dy Director Public Prosecution Howrah–
District Legal Services Authority (DLSA) Civil Court Bldg 4/1 MG Rd Howrah – 1[033-2641-2355]
District Registrar Howrah-033-2641-2992 (T)
Controller Thika Tenancy-033-2641-2990 / 1387 (T)
Dy Labour Commissioner (DLC) Howrah-033-2637-5136 (T)
Supdt, Liluah SMM Home-033-2655-8872 (T)
Asst Controller of Legal Metrology-033-2641-3346 (T)
Railway Magistrate: Howrah Station RMS Rd, Howrah Railway Station, Howrah, West Bengal 711101
IMPORTANT WEB LINKS
Khaitan & Plot Information [HOWRAH JURISDICTION]
কোর্ট ফি সংক্রান্ত বিষয়াদি [Court Fees]- Ad velorem
১ টাকা মামলা [Money suit]-এডভেলরেম[Ad velorem]
২ ক্ষতিপুরণ সংক্রান্ত মামলা -এডভেলরেম
৩ বাজার মূল্য আছে এরকম স্থাবর সম্পত্তি সংক্রান্ত মামলা-এডভেলরেম
৪ বাজার মূল্য নেই এরকম স্থাবর সম্পত্তি সংক্রান্ত মামলা-এডভেলরেম
৫ দখল পুনরুদ্ধার সংক্রান্ত সুনির্দিষ্ট প্রতিকার আইনের 5 ধারার মামলা- এডভেলরেম
৬ নিষেধাজ্ঞার মামলা-এডভেলরেম
৭ মুসলিম আইনের অধীনে অগ্রক্রয়-এডভেলরেম
৮ দলিল রদ সংক্রান্ত-এডভেলরেম
৯ দলিল সংশোধন সংক্রান্ত-এডভেলরেম
১০ চুক্তিরদ সংক্রান্ত-এডভেলরেম
১১ ঘোষণা মামলা পরবর্তী প্রতিকার সহ-এডভেলরেম
১২ চুক্তি প্রবলের মামলা-এডভেলরেম
১৩ ইজমেন্ট অধিকার সংক্রান্ত-এডভেলরেম
১৪ বন্ধক খালাসের মামলা -এডভেলরেম
১৫ ফোরক্লোসার সংক্রান্ত মামলা-এডভেলরেম
১৬ Declaratory suit -নির্ধারিত
১৭ ভরণপোষণ সংক্রান্ত-নির্ধারিত
১৮ দাম্পত্য অধিকার পুনরুদ্ধার সংক্রান্ত-নির্ধারিত
১৯ বিবাহ বিচ্ছেদ সংক্রান্ত মামলা-নির্ধারিত
২০ অভিভাবকত্ব সংক্রান্ত মামলা-নির্ধারিত
২১ সাধারণ ঘোষনা সংক্রান্ত মামলা-নির্ধারিত
২২ বাটোয়ারা ও পৃথক দখল সংক্রান্ত মামলা-এডভেলরাম
২৩ অগ্রক্রয় মামলা [Pre emption]-নির্ধারিত
২৪ সাধারন ঘোষণা সংক্রান্ত মামলা -নির্ধারিত
২৫ জমি, ভবন ও বাগান দখল পুনরুদ্ধার সংক্রান্ত মামলা-এডভেলরাম
২৬ সুনির্দিষ্ট প্রতিকার আইনের 6 ধারার দখল পুনরুদ্ধার সংক্রান্ত মামলা-এডভেলরাম
২৭ ভাড়া মামলা-এডভেলরাম
২৮ ডিক্রী রদের মামলা-এডভেলরাম
২৯ ঘোষণা ও নিষেধাজ্ঞা একত্রে-এডভেলরাম
৩০ আপিল ও রিভিশন -নির্ধারিত
৩১ ক্রোক রদের মামলা-এডভেলরাম
৩২ Vakalat – Petition – application – Fixed
৩৩ বেদখল অবস্থায় ঘোষণা মামলা – এডভেলরাম
৩৪ দখলে থাকাবস্থায় ঘোষণা মামলা -নির্ধারিত
MEMO OF APPEARANCE
IN THE COURT OF THE LD………………………… AT ………..
Case Title: vs
Appearance on behalf of :
Contact no of Client:
Name of the Advocate:
Address & Registration No:
NB: Due to emergency the abovenamed Client could not able to sign a formal Vakalat but instructed to appear on his/her behalf. Vakalat Shall be filed by the next hearing.
An Advocate shall not accept a fee less than the fee taxable under the rules when the client is able to pay the same.
An Advocate shall not enter appearance in any case in which there is already a Vakalatnama or memo of appearance filed by an Advocate engaged for a party except with his consent; in case such consent is not produced he shall apply to the Court stating reasons why the said consent should not be produced and he shall appear only after obtaining the permission of the Court.
Service benefits for the Judges of Fast Track Courts [Supreme Court Directions]
Jurisdiction– as defined in the Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English means “The power held by an official or an official body, especially a court of law – the right to use such power.”
Special Judge: the special Judge shall be deemed to be a court of Sessions and the person conducting a prosecution before a special court shall he deemed to be a public prosecutor. This provision clearly indicates that inspite of exercise of power u/s 167 Cr.P.C the special Judge is a court of Sessions and therefore not a Magistrate.
Cadre strength of District and Sessions Judge: Apex Court in D. Ganesh Rao Patnaik and others v. State of Jharkhand and others (2005 (8) SCC 454), the petitioners would contend that, the cadre strength of District and Sessions Judge means the entire cadre of the District and Sessions Judge, including temporary posts and in such circumstances, there is no justification to deprive the direct recruits of their share in the temporary posts in that cadre. But, the judgment of the Apex Court in D. Ganesh Rao Patnaik’s case (supra) was in the context of Rule 2(a) of the Bihar Superior Judicial Service Rules, 1946, where ‘cadre’ means the entire cadre of the Bihar Superior Judicial Service and, therefore, there is no warrant for excluding the temporary posts. Paragraph 10 of the judgment reads thus;
“10. Before dealing with the main issue raised in the appeal, namely, the inter se seniority of direct recruits and the promotees, the first and foremost question which requires consideration is whether for calculating the one third quota of direct recruits as provided in Rule 6, the temporary posts of Additional District and Sessions Judges have to be included or not. R.6 only says that of the posts in the cadre of the Service, two thirds shall be filled by promotion and one third by direct recruitment. Cadre is defined in sub-rule (a) of Rule 2 and it means the cadre of the Bihar Superior Judicial Service. It is important to note here that the definition of “cadre”, as given in the aforesaid rule does not say that the temporary posts have not to be taken into consideration or have to be excluded nor there is any indication to that effect. “Cadre” means the entire cadre of the Bihar Superior Judicial Service and, therefore, there is no warrant for excluding the temporary posts.”
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