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ravish sharma

posted 9 months ago

Q.Causelist
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I request you to let me know: Which causelist is heard by any high court first? daily or weekly?

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Kishan Dutt Kalaskar Retired Judge

Experience: 33 Year(s)

Responded 9 months ago

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A. ) Daily Cause list. It is wisdom of High Court Judge. You cannot make rules for him. He is above rules.
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Shreyash Mohta

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Responded 9 months ago

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A. ) Sir, the high court proceeding is followed in a very systematic manner. There are two types of cause lists you will find.

1. The monthly list [which is provided at the start of every month] and
2. The daily cause list which is provided on a daily basis.
In the usual case the daily cause list is followed serially according to the rules of the days an dates as mentioned on the Courts fist page.

However [on some days, the daily list is to be found in the monthy list itself and that day no daily/supplementary list is provided]. This day is generally the first working day of every new month.

After which, the daily list or supplementary list is followed according to the rules of the courts and rules of the days prescribed beforehand.

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