Appendix R Rules for the grant of subsistence allowance and conveyance hire to complainants and witnesses[N.B. With reference to the Notes to rules 5 and 6 of Chap. XXXVII, the following rules made by H.E, the Governor under the powers conferred upon him under section 544 of the Code of Criminal Procedure appear to have consolidated and superseded the four sets of rules previously existing as … Continue reading Calcutta High Court Original Side Rule [Appendix R TO Z]
ACT NO.15 OF 1919 [AS ON 1956] An Act to declare and prescribe the limits of the ordinary original civil jurisdiction of the High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal. [17th September, 1919.] WHEREAS clause 11 of the Letters Patent for the High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal, dated the 28th December, 1865, provides that the said High Court shall have and … Continue reading Calcutta High Court (Jurisdictional Limits) Act, 1919.
(Part I) Forms and Certain Miscellaneous Matters Appendix A Form No. 1 [CHAPTER II, RULE 11] Notice is hereby given that AB of No………………… in the town of Calcutta who was immediately before the 1 st day of January, 1977 under the articles of clerkship to Mr. CD of No………………….. Attorney at-Law (and who was immediately before the 1st day of January, 1977 under articles of clerkship by an … Continue reading Calcutta High Court original side rules- Appendices [A TO Q]
[CHAPTER XIX] Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side These Rules shall have effect notwithstanding anything contrary contained anywhere else in the Appellate Side Rules of the High Court at Calcutta. 2. Definitions.– In this Chapter unless the context otherwise requires, – (i) “Application” would mean the main application to initiate the proceeding for Civil Order or Criminal Misc. Cases or … Continue reading Calcutta Appellate side Rule Chapter -19 Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side
CHAPTER II Constitution of the Benches and Powers of the Benches and of the Registrar [1. All appeals (other than First Appeals), reference or revisions in respect of the order or decrees of any subordinate Civil Court or of the Rent Controller or Tribunal or any other Authority established by any other law for the time being in force and amenable to the revisional or appellate … Continue reading The Appellate Side Rules of The High Court at Calcutta-Chapter-2[Benches]
CHAPTER I Business not of a Judicial Character The Administrative Committee [1. There shall be an Administrative Committee of the Judges composed of the Chief Justice and at least four other Judges to be nominated from time to time by the Chief Justice.] 2. The Administrative Committee shall be charged with the control and direction of the subordinate courts, so far as such control and direction are … Continue reading The Appellate Side Rules of The High Court at Calcutta-Chapter -1 [Administrative Committee]
Part I General Rules CHAPTER I Business not of a Judicial Character The Administrative Committee [CHAPTER IA] Supervision and Control of the Subordinate Courts Division, Administrative Judges in Charge of Districts. Functions and Responsibilities of Inspecting Judicial Officers For more effective control and supervision of the subordinate courts, the District Courts should be divided on the basis of separate administrative districts.2.The two Inspecting District Judicial … Continue reading The Appellate Side Rules of The High Court at Calcutta