Political Science(GS) Judicial System-Subordinate Courts Revision (Page 1 of 1)

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Jurisdiction of District Court

The District Court or Additional District Court can judge and give decisions on both civil and criminal matters of the district. For the judgements related to civil matters, they usually enact the judgements given earlier by the higher courts while… (144 more words) …

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About District Courts of India

The District Courts of India are established in every district or single court for two-three districts assembled together by the State Governments. The number of court in districts depends on the number of cases, population distribution in the district.

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Composition of District Court

The highest court in each district is that of the District and Sessions Judge.

Apart from the High Court of the state, the district court is the principal court where people can go for their grievance redressal.

The District Court… (323 more words) …

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