CHAPTER I General Instructions
1. (1) It is the duty of the Legal Remembrancer to superintend and advise on the conduct of all litigation, civil or criminal, in which Government or Government officers or the Court of Wards are concerned in accordance with the rules prescribed in this behalf.(2) The Legal Remembrancer is bound to advise Government on all legal questions in connection with administration of public affairs, or arising out of the acts of Government officers or public servants which may be referred to him by Government. Continue reading “Civil Suit Rules (Assam)”
Notification No. JDJ. 282/84/123, dated 26th October, 1987. 1. Short title and commencement. 2. Definitions. 3. Service. 4. Status of the service. 5. Strength of Service. 6. Recruitment. 7. Conditions of eligibility. 8. Reservation. 9. Gradation list. 10. Confirmation. 11. Discharged or reversion before confirmation. 12. Seniority. 13. Right of appeal. 14. Pay. 15. Leave, pension, etc. 16. Power to dispense with or relax any … Continue reading Assam District and Sessions Judges Establishment (Ministerial) Services Rules, 1987
(Act No. 28 of 1958) [Dated 11th September, 1958] An Act to enable certain special powers to be conferred upon members of the armed forces in disturbed areas in the State of Assam and the Union Territory of Manipur Be it enacted by Parliament in the Ninth year of the Republic of India as follows: 1. Short title and extent. – (1) This Act may … Continue reading The Armed Forces (Assam and Manipur) Special Powers Act, 1958
ACT NO. 20 OF 1969 [25th July, 1969] An Act to provide for the abolition of the Legislative Council of the State of West Bengal and for matters supplemental, incidental and consequential thereto. BE it enacted by Parliament in the Twentieth Year of the Republic of India as follows:– 1. Short title and commencement.-(1)This Act may be called the West Bengal Legislative Council (Abolition) Act, … Continue reading The West Bengal Legislative Council (Abolition) Act, 1969
(Act No. 2 of 1983) [Sanctioned by His Highness the Maharaja Bahadur in Council, ride State Council Resolution No. CXVII, dated 29th January, 1927 and published in Government Gazette dated 22nd Chet, 1983.] Whereas it is expedient to re-organize the police and to make it a more efficient instrument for the prevention and detection of crime; it is hereby enacted as follows 1. Short title. … Continue reading The Police Act, 1983 [ Jammu and Kashmir]
(Act No. 39 of Svt. 1977)
Sanctioned by His Highness the Maharaja Sahib Bahadur per Chief Minister’s endorsement No. 8372, dated 11th September, 1920 read with State Council Resolution No. 1, dated 8th April, 1925 (Notification No. 14-L/81).
An Act to facilitate the collection of debts on succession and afford protection to parties paying debts to the representatives of deceased persons.Whereas it is expedient to facilitate the collection of debts on succession and afford protection to parties paying debts to the representatives of deceased persons : Continue reading “The Succession Certificate Act,1977 [ Jammu and Kashmir ]”
The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1989[Jammu and Kashmir]The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1989[Jammu and Kashmir] Schedule-II Tabular Statement of Offences Explanatory Note :- The entries in the second and seventh columns of this Schedule, headed respectively “Offence” and “Punishment under the Ranbir Penal Code”, are not intended as definitions of the offences and punishments described in the several corresponding sections of the Ranbir Penal Code, … Continue reading Tabular Statement of Offences [ Jammu and Kashmir]
I. – Summons to an Accused Person. [See section 68] To Whereas your attendance is necessary to answer to a charge of (state shortly the offence charged), you are hereby required to appear in person(or by pleader, as the case may be) before the (Magistrate) of ……………. on the …………… day of ……………… Herein fail not.Dated this …………………………… day of ……………. , 20(Seal) (Signature) II. – Warrant of Arrest … Continue reading Forms under [Code of Criminal procedure -Jammu and kashmir]
1. Short title, commencement.
3. Reference to Code of Criminal Procedure.
5. Trial of offences under Ranbir Penal Code.
6. Classes of Criminal Courts.
6A. Classes of Magistrates.
7. Sessions, Divisions and Districts.
8. Power to divide districts into sub-divisions.
9. Courts of Sessions. Continue reading “The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1989[ Jammu and Kashmir]”
1. Short title, extent and commencement. 2. Definitions. 3. The High Court. 4. Civil appellate jurisdiction. 5. Rules for work in High Court. 6. Ministerial officers. 7. Superintendence and control of subordinate Courts. 8. Power to make rules. 9. Registers, books, accounts and statements to be kept and furnished by High Court. 10. Procedure of High Court in exercise of Civil jurisdiction. 11. Extraordinary original … Continue reading Civil Courts Act, 1977 [Jammu and Kashmir State]