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10. Local limits of jurisdiction of District Courts or Subordinate Judge.-

The Local Government shall fix, and may from time to time vary, the local limits of the jurisdiction of any District Judge or Subordinate Judge under this Act:

Local limits of jurisdiction of each of several Subordinate Judges.-

Provided that, where more than one Subordinate Judge is appointed to any district, the District Judge may assign to each such Subordinate Judge the local limits of his particular jurisdiction within such district. The present local limits of the jurisdiction of every Civil Court (other than the High Court) shall be deemed to have been fixed under this Act.

Madras Civil Courts Act, 1873 Back

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