There is a need to address larger systemic inefficiencies in the listing of cases, ensuring effective hearings and implementing case flow management.
The Supreme Court in the case of Rahul S Shah v. Jinendra Kumar Gandhi and Ors. laid out a list of directions to ensure speedy execution of decrees in civil proceedings, and directed all the High Courts to accordingly make changes to rules relating to execution of decrees by 21 April 2022.
The Indian judiciary is handling more than 30 million pending cases. As a result, administration of legal aid receives scant attention & is poorly managed.
The time is ripe to re-imagine and provide relief to the bane of most manufacturing companies — reform to the Legal Metrology Act, 2009.
A move by the High Court of Karnataka to set up virtual courts for traffic challans might not just reduce the burden on courts but also lessen Bengaluru’s traffic woes.
‘I often think about how litigation or the threat of litigation affects people. It takes over one’s whole life. The fear of the lawyers and the courts, the delay, the tension when you have to appear…. It is time-consuming, expensive and nerve-racking.’
he experience online has been refreshing. One has to ensure that one has downloaded the necessary apps which are usually Webex, Vidyo, or Zoom depending on the forum one is arguing in.
Any talk of access to justice in India inevitably circles round to the almost perennial, much-lamented issues of case pendency, backlog, and delays in justice delivery.
In this episode, we talk with Shruti Vidyasagar and Shruthi Naik of Daksh. Daksh is a Bangalore based civil-society organization that uses data science to address the problem of pendency in Indian courts.
New Delhi: Delay by courts in deciding cases is forcing the public to resort to extra-legal measures to solve their disputes and law-abiding citizens are becoming lawbreakers, retired Supreme Court (SC) judge justice RV Raveendran said last week.