“When millions of consumers of justice file their cases by knocking at the doors of the courts of first instance, they expect speedy justice.”
The courts should make all efforts to try and dispose of matrimonial matters within 1 year so that in the event of granting such a decree, the parties may re-structure their lives.
Raising concerns over the period of delays in hearing appeals, the Karnataka High Court made detailed suggestions for effective functioning of judiciary, and which can reduce work -load of the High Court.
by Murali Karnam† and Trijeeb Nanda††
Year 2021! The year that started with the hope of the COVID-19 Pandemic nearing an end with countries starting vaccination, ended up
Supreme Court: With an aim to curtail the pendency before the High Courts and for speedy disposal of the appeals concerning payment
“Article 224 A should not be made a dead letter, more so when the need is so pressing.”
“Such conversion of complaints under Section 138 from summary trial to summons trial has been contributing to the delay in disposal of the cases.”
On 04.08.2017, the 3-judge bench of JS Khehar, CJ and AK Goel and AM Khanwilkar, JJ indicated that the Court was inclined to
Supreme Court: Showing serious concern over the routine appeals to the highest court that result in obstruction of the Constitutional role assigned
On 22nd and 23rd April, 2016, the Chief Justices’ Conference, 2016 was held and extensive resolutions were made, mainly targeting the issue