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Report No. 14

Table I

Statement Regarding Petitions For Special Leave to Appeal in Labour Matters, 1950-1957 (31st October, 1957)

Year

Registered

Granted

Dismissed

1950

19

18

1

1951

20

11

9

1952

9

3

6

1953

59

23

36

1954

51

21

30

1955

57

37

20

1956

291

257

32

1957(upto 31st October)

189

148

16

Grand Total

695

518

150

Table II

Statement Showing The Number of Civil Appeals (Including Appeals From The Decisions Of Tribunals and Those Filed By Special Leave) Instituted, Disposed of and Pending In The Supreme Court of India During The Years 1950 To 15th November, 1956

Year

Pending at the beginning of the year

Institute

Total for disposed

Disposed of

Pending at the close of the year

Remarks

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1950

..

157

157

26

131

(A) Includes 188 appeals relating to tax matters (Income Tax, Sales Tax and Agricultural Tax), 76 appeals from the decisions for tribunals other than the High Courts and 34 Election Appeals. Out of 2126 appeals 274 are by special leave.

1951

131

529

660

117

543

1952

543

218

761

483

278

1953

278

262

540

176

364

1954

364

257

621

288

333

1955

333

360

693

99

594

1956

594

343

937

100

837*

*Pending on 15-11-1956.

(A) 2120

Table III

Statement Showing The Number of Criminal Appeals Instituted, Disposed and Pending In The Supreme Court of India During The Years 1950 To 15th November, 1956

Year

Pending at the beginning of the year

instituted

Total for disposal

Disposed of

Pending at the close of the year

Remarks

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1950

26

26

26

10

16

(A) This figure includes 548 appeals instituted by Special leave.

1951

16

73

89

53

36

1952

36

112

148

78

70

1953

70

97

167

75

92

1954

92

154

246

140

106

1955

106

152

258

92

166

1956

166

180

346

105

241*

*Pending on 15-11-1956.

794(A)

Table IV

Statement Showing The Number of Petitions Under Article 32 of The Constitution Instituted, Disposed of and Pending In The Years 1950 To 1956 In The Supreme Court of India

Year

Pending at the beginning of the year

Instituted

Total for disposal

Disposed of

Pending at the close of the year

Remarks

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

1950

..

648

648

196

452

1951

452

686

1138

1013

125

1953

125

477

602

529

73

1954

134

671

805

403

402

1955

402

382

784

483

296

1956

296

232

528

100

428*

*Pending on 15-11-1956.

3497

Table V

Statement Showing The Various Classes of Proceedings Pending In The Supreme Court o.-1-1-1958, According To The Year of Institution


1950

1951

1952

1953

1954

1955

1956

1957

TOTAL

1. Article 32 Petitions

..

..

4

4

13

162

82

110

375

2. Appeals involving interpretation of Constitution-

(a) Civil

..

..

..

..

18

118

80

212

428

(b) Criminal

..

..

..

1

12

10

22

8

53

3. Special Leave Petitions-

(a)Civil

..

..

..

17

7

4

9

90

127

(b) Criminal

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

43

43

Ordinary Civil Appeals

6

..

8

9

84

143

197

533

980

Ordinary Criminal Appeals

..

..

..

..

..

18

94

131

243

Transfer Petitions

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

2

2

Table VI

Statement Showing The Number of Petitions Under Article 32 of The Constitution of India, Regular Civil and Appeals and Civil and Criminal Appeals Involving Constitutional Matters That are Ready But Not Listed Till.-1-1958 In The Supreme Court of India

Petitions under Article 32

Civil Appeals

Criminal Appeals

Ordinary

Constitutional

Ordinary

Constitutional

9 out of 13 pending from 1954 or earlier are ready but not issued

Out of 23 pending from 1953 or earlier 2 are ready and 4 are partly heard and awaiting formation of the Bench which heard them.

All the 18 appeals pending from 1954 are ready but not listed. Out of the 118 appeals of 1955 pending, 38 are ready but not listed.

All the 18 appeals pending from 1955 are ready but not listed. All the 94 appeals of 1956 are ready but not listed.

One appeal of 1953 was posted several times but adjourned. Out of the 12 appeals of 1954 six are ready but not listed. All the 10 appeals of 1955 are ready but not listed. Out of 22 appeals of 1956 seven are ready but not listed.



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