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24/12/2022 at 21:00 #117511
The Particulars of Organization, Functions and Duties Particulars Name of the Organization: Office of District & Sessions Judge, -This organizatio
[See the full post at: The Power and Duties of Judicial Officers (State of Punjab)]24/12/2022 at 21:03 #117512
English Office/ GPF Branch /COC Office/Statement Branch
Diary Register, Despatch Register, Other related registers and files of instructions issued by the Hon’ble Punjab and Haryana High Court, Chandigarh and Government of Punjab from time to time Direction Cases Register, T.A. Bill, Medical bills, pay bills, LTC bills files, budget files, token register, Service Books, files regarding Lok Adalats etc and old Civil and Criminal monthly, quarterly, half yearly and annual statements, GIS matter & complaints and inquries against the official.24/12/2022 at 21:08 #117513
Court Registers (State of Punjab)
Peshi Register, Fine Register, Bail Register, Library Register, Disposal Register, Stock Register , Sapurdari Register and other registers, Civil Suit Register, HM Act cases Register, Misc. Cases Register, Execution Register, Rent cases Register, Pauper application Register, Guardian and Succession Act Cases in Civil Matters and in criminal matters he maintain the IPC Register, Cr.P.C Cases Register Act cases Register, FIR Register, Cancellation Report Register, Summary Register, Affidavit Attestation Register. File Inspection Register and register regarding Direction Cases, Register regarding delivery of copies of free of costs and Daily Cause List24/12/2022 at 21:14 #117514
The Procedure followed in the decision making Process (State of Punjab)
The Officers follows the procedure as laid down in the laws and manuals and directions issued by the Hon’ble High Court.
The employees working in the various courts and sections follow the procedures laid down in the manuals and directions of the Judicial officers.
The Principal District & Sessions Judge, supervise the work of the organization and exercises control over it. Likewise, he distributes the grants received from the Government amongst the subordinate authorities for its appropriate expenditure.
The subordinate authorities submits various types of returns and information to the Head of the Organization for onwards transmission to the Hon’ble High Court monthly, quarterly, half-yearly, yearly and whenever called for.
The Civil Suits initially/firstly presented before the Civil Judge ( Senior Division) and after its registration the suits are being allotted amongst the other Civil Judges by rotation except special jurisdiction.
The Criminal cases initially filed by the concerned Police Authorities before the Court of Chief Judicial Magistrate and after its registration the cases are made over to the another Judicial Magistrate/s for disposal according to law, except the cases triable under section 409 of I.P.C.
The cases exclusively triable by the Court of Sessions are being committed to the Court of Sessions by the concerned Judicial Magistrate for being tried according to law.
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