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Report No. 253

Table 2.6: Breakup of pending commercial disputes in High Courts with original jurisdiction on the basis of value is as follows:

High Court

Pendency of Commercial Disputes based on value

Total Number of Commercial Disputes pending

Total number of Cases Above Rs. 1 Crore

Less than Rs 1 crore

Between Rs 1 crore and 2 crores

Between Rs 2 crores and Rs 5 crores

Rs 5 Crores and above

Bombay

721

433

381

462

1997

1276

Calcutta

2851

583

308

842

5352

1733

Delhi

3346

101

73

62

3582

236

Himachal Pradesh

68

8

8

4

88

20

Madras21

6020

463

274

221

6978

958

21. Figures given by the Madras High Court include arbitration petitions. However, no break up was given by the Court regarding the number of arbitration petitions that were counted as "commercial disputes".

2.4.13 If the pecuniary jurisdiction of the Delhi High Court, Calcutta High Court, Madras High Court and the Himachal Pradesh High Court is increased to Rupees One Crore, the pendency of civil suits involving commercial disputes would be reduced substantially by 93.5%, 58.7%, 86%, and 72%, respectively.



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