Joint Registrar Administration ; 11. In all appeals against interim orders in the High Court, in writs and civil matters, the Court should endeavour to set down and observe a strict time-limit in regard to oral arguments. If any candidate at any time, either during the selection process, before or after the examinations are conducted, or at any time thereafter is found to hve furnished any false information or made any misrepresentation relating to his age, academic qualifications, experience at the Bar, enrollment as an Advocate, eligibility, suitability or otherwise, the Commission may, at its sole discretion, cancel the candidature of such candidate and may debar him from appearing in the examination at any stage of the selection process. The Commission shall invite applications form the intending candidates. Payments for forms issued by him will be made in cash.
However, while deciding and notifying the vacancies, the Commission shall make it subject to the Act, rules and Regulations in force regarding the reservation of vacancies in posts and services under the State so that vacancies category wise, reserved for Scheduled Castes, Scheduled Tribes and Other Backward Classes, are included in the prescribed number in the notification issued by the High Court for this purpose. . Subject to general power and supervision of the Chief Justice, the Registrar General shall be Chief Executive Officer of the Court and also the head of the department having control over all the ministerial staff of the Court excepting the members of the Registry. The appellant shall file as many typed copies of the memorandum of the appeal as there may be parties to be served and also the requisite number of postal envelopes bearing adequate postal stamps to enable service to be effected on the respondent or respondents by registered post with acknowledgment due. On that day the Court will pass further order and directions as it deems fit and proper. Witness Ourself at Westminster the Ninth day of February in the year of Our Lord One thousand nine hundred and sixteen and in the Sixth Year of Our reign.
When there happens to be only one Magistrate such as in any Sub-divisional headquarters and he is transferred, then in that case it may be sent to the Sub- Divisional Judicial Magistrate for compliance of the order. Every Election Petition shall be accompanied by i chalan showing deposit of Rs. Every such officer shall take appropriate action on receipt of such notice. When in an appeal in any civil matter heard by a Bench of two Judges, a difference of opinion arises between them on a point of law, if either of the Judges desire that the appeal be referred, it shall be referred to and heard and determined by such Judge or Judges as the Chief Justice may appoint. As soon as an election petition is filed, but not later than a week, an intimation thereof shall be sent to the Commission in the form specified in the schedule appended to these rules.
In every case, in which an order has been passed by the Court for issuance of notices upon the opposite parties, the petitioner or the appellant, as the case may be, shall deposit the requisites and file full and complete details and particulars, if not otherwise done, in such time as the Court may direct, and in the absence of any such direction within one week from the date of the passing of the order. Proceedings before the Court shall be taken up in the presence of the parties, and a legal practitioner shall be allowed to appear only as amicus curiae, if the Court finds it necessary in the interest of justice. Whenever by a decree or order which is appealable to the High Court the interest of— a a beneficiary in property which at the date of such decree or order was vested in or was in the possession of a trustee, executor, administrator or a receiver or manager appointed by a Court, who as such was a party to such a decree or order, or b a legal representative as such of a deceased party to such decree or order, or c an assignee of a party to such decree or order by assignment subsequently to the date thereof, or d a person whose interest arose after the date of such decree or order by reason of any creation or devolution of interest by, through, or from any party to such decree or order is affected, and such beneficiary, legal representative, assignee or person was not or has not been made a party to such decree or order or to proceedings thereunder or thereon and desires to appeal therefrom, he may name himself in the memorandum of appeal as an appellant if along with such memorandum of appeal he presents an application for leave to make himself an appellant and an affidavit stating such facts as may be necessary in support of his applications. When an appeal under Section 72 2 has been preferred, the Court may, on such terms and condition as it thinks fit, stay further proceedings in any matter relating to the copyright concerned before the Board till the disposal of the appeal. Krishnan in the year 1943.
Cases which have to be adjourned as a matter of routine for taking steps in the suit or proceeding should not be unnecessarily listed before the Court. No second opportunity for this purpose shall be given. Every Commissioner before whom a petition is verified or an affidavit is made shall at the end of the petition or affidavit certify the verification of the petition or making of the affidavit in the prescribed form. If any of the parties has unreasonably protracted the proceedings, the Judge should consider exercising discretion to impose exemplary costs after taking into account the expense incurred for the purpose of attendance on the adjourned dates. Every application under this Chapter shall be accompanied with a registration fee of Rs. Only the grant, and the Will, if any, shall be copied in the register. He did several university careers, in science, organic chemistry, and finally law in the L.
The notice should require the respondents to file their written submissions within a period of eight weeks from service of notice. The training consists of several courses with content directly related to legal, para-legal and judicial or quasi-judicial matters. And that the said High Court shall also certify and transmit to Us, Our Heirs and Successors, in our or their Privy Council, a copy of the reasons given by the Judges of such Court, of by any of such Judges, for or against the judgment or determination appealed against. Of the total posts in the cadre of the service 67% shall be filled in by promotion and 33% by direct recruitment : Provided that the State Government may, in consultation with the High Court, from time to time deviate from the aforesaid percentage in either direction. All pages of paper-books shall be true copies of their originals and a certificate of the Advocate to that effect shall always be appended in the Paper-Book at its beginning.
It shall be the duty and obligations of the Advocates-on-Record to ensure that any change in address or telephone numbers is intimated to the High Court Registry immediately on it being brought about. If a party satisfies the Registrar General with respect to the reasons and circumstances relating to his disability or inability in complying with the directions of the Joint Registrar Judicial , the Registrar General may grant an opportunity not exceeding four weeks in exceptional and rare cases and one or two weeks in normal cases directing the party to comply with the directions. The Cashier shall keep a supply of saleable froms of which he shall maintain an account. If any candidate at any time, either during the selection process, before or after the examinations are conducted, or at any time thereafter is found to have furnished any false information or made any misrepresentation relating to his age, academic qualifications, experience at the Bar, enrollment as an advocate, eligibility, suitability or otherwise, at its sole discretion the High Court may cancel the candidature of such a candidate and may debar him from appearing in the examination at any stage of the selection process. The date of delivery of the pay order shall be noted on it. Appeals under Section 72 2 shall be heard by a Bench of not less than two Judges.
The State or the Central Government, as the case may be, may present appeal against any original or appellate order of acquittal after the Court grants leave on petition presented in the manner hereinafter provided, if any such leave is required. Powers of Indian Legislatures 41. Candidates shall, however, be under obligation to produce the originals before the High Court as and when so required, or at the viva voce test. After the pleadings in the election petition are received, a date shall be fixed, at the direction of the Judge, for 1 discovery of documents, 2 inspection of the documents disclosed, and 3 the production of documents which are in the possession and power of the parties and issues will then be settled. The provisions of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 shall, so far as may be, apply to all the bonds executed under the Rules. .
To facilitate the deposit of money in the Bank in the name of the Court or the withdrawal of the money from the Bank by order of the Court, the Chief Justice may issue such administrative instructions as would be conducive to the object sought to be achieved under this Rules. B Reference in Capital Cases 143. If the petition or affidavit has to be heard or considered by a Division Bench, a clear readable and in order second copy thereof with its enclosure, if any and where the petition is filed in an appeal and has to be heard by the Division Bench a copy of the judgment appealed against shall also be filed for use of the Court. Except as provided by the rules of this Chapter no paper- book shall be prepared in any Criminal Revision. Every document referred to in an affidavit shall be marked as an exhibit and shall bear the certificate of the Commissioner before whom the affidavit was made in the prescribed form. On that day, the designated Counsellor shall attend the Court of the Judge giving directions. As soon as election petition is dismissed by the High Court under sub-section 1 of Section 86, or the same has been finally disposed of on merits as provided for under Sections 98 and 99, or the High Court passes an order under sub- section 1 of Section 116-B, the office shall intimate the order of the decision of the High Court to i the Commission and ii the Speaker or the Chairman as the case may be, of the Houses of Parliament or of the State Legislature concern; and thereafter, as soon as possible, it shall also forward to the Commission an authenticated copy of the judgment and the formal order of the Court.