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What is Civil Litigation?
When two or more parties get entangled in a legal dispute seeking monetary compensation or another specific performance rather than criminal sanctions, the result is civil litigation. They head to the courtroom for trial so a judge can decide the matter. A lawyer who specializes in above is known as a â€˜litigatorâ€™ or a â€˜trial lawyerâ€™.
How can a civil litigation lawyer help?
The litigators in our database offer following services:
Matrimonial related matters:
Labour and Service matters:
Litigation before Supreme Court:
Testamentary and Intestate succession matters:
Motor Accident Claims:
Intellectual Property Rights Matters:
Consumer related matters:
Other Civil matters:
Courts in India:
The Supreme Court is the Apex Court of India which has the various jurisdiction such as the original, appellate, advisory, writ and revisory jurisdiction. The Court entertains the matters pertaining to dispute between the Government of India and one/more states, the appeals against the orders passed by the High Court, matters pertaining to national importance, Constitutional matters etc.
The High Court has various jurisdictions to try the cases â€“ appellate, original, revisional, and writ. It is one of the few High Courts in India where original civil cases (e.g. injunction, partition, recovery suits, commercial disputes, intellectual property rights disputes, arbitration cases etc.) are decided. Cases, to be tried, have to be of value exceeding Rs.1 Crores. Appeals from the orders and judgments of single Judges in such cases are decided by Division Benches. Other appeals against orders and judgments of District Courts are assigned to Division Benches and in some instances single Judges.
District Court: The Courts where the Civil Suits are taken up in accordance with the jurisdiction of the District Courts:
|1.||District & Sessions Judge||Deals with probate, Succession cases with unlimited pecuniary jurisdiction;Guardianship cases;|
Take up the cases from 3 lakhs to 2 Crores and mark the same to Additional District Judge.
|2.||Additional District Judges||Civil cases of the value of Rs. 3 Lac and upto 2 CroresAppellate Jurisdiction over the orders passed by Civil Judges where Senior Civil Judge has no jurisdiction|
|3.||Additional Sessions Judges||Sessions triable cases under IPC where sentence is awarded up to Life Imprisonment and Death Sentence with the approval of Honâ€™ble High Court|
appeals and revisions from the orders of Magistrates, C.M.M. , A.C.M.M.
|4.||Special Court of ASJ|
i) NDPS Court
ii) TADA Court
iii) POTA Court
|Dealing with offences under NDPS Act.|
Dealing with offences under TADA
Dealing with offences under POTA
|5.||Special Judges (ASJ) (CBI)||Cases under Prevention of Corruption Act investigated by Anti-Corruption Branch and CBI|
|6.||Rent Control Tribunal (ADJ)||Appellate Authority of the orders passed by the Additional Rent Controller and Rent Controller|
|7.||Motor Accident Claim Tribunal (ADJs)||Compensation claim cases under the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988|
|8.||Labour Court (ADJs)||1) Cases under Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 filed by workmen against management|
2) Cases under Workmen Compensation Act.
3) Payment of Wages Act
4) Bonus Act
5) The Contract Labour (Regulation & Abolition) Act, 1970
6) Cases under Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act, 1946.
|9.||Industrial Tribunal (ADJs)||1) Cases under Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 filed by management against workmen.|
2) Cases under Industrial Employment (Standing Order) Act, 1946.
3) Complaints in respect of Industrial Dispute between management and workmen referred by the Labour Department
|10.||Matrimonial Courts (ADJs)||Cases of matrimonial disputes like Divorce, restitution of conjugal rights and Judicial separation, custody and children|
|11.||Land Acquisition Courts of ADJs||Dealing with cases under Land Acquisition Act|
|12.||Chief Metropolitan Magistrate||Trial of offences under Indian Penal Code and other Penal Offences wherein the sentence is awarded up to 7 years|
|13.||Additional Chief Metropolitan Magistrates||Trial of Criminal cases investigated by Crime Branch and CBI;|
Trial of cases relating to Income Tax Act, Wealth Tax and Companies Act etc
|14.||Metropolitan Magistrates||Dealing with cases under IPC,|
Cases under section 138 of the Negotiable Instrument Act;
Cases of Suppression of Immoral Traffic in Women and Girls Act, 1956
|15.||Metropolitan Magistrates Designated Courts||Dealing with the cases relating to old Electricity Act|
|16.||Court of Railway MM||Offences under the Railway Act|
|17.||Spl. Metropolitan Magistrates (Traffic/ Municipal Magistrates)||Spl. Metropolitan Magistrates (Traffic / Municipal Magistrates)|
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