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Report No. 14

Table No. 5

Presidency Small Cause Court, Bombay

Civil suits

Miscellaneous Cases and Petitions

Civil Appeals*

Civil Miscellaneous Appeals*

Year

Pending at the beginning of the year

Institution

Disposal

Balance

Pending at the beginning of the year

Institution

Disposal

Balance

Pending at the beginning of the year

Institution

Disposal

Balance

Pending at the beginning of the year

Institution

Disposal

Balance

At the close of the year

Over one year

At the close of the year

Over one year

Pending at the close of the year

Over one year

Pending at the close of the year

Over one year

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

18

20

21

1953

13048

19189

26355

15882

3857

771

5534

539

906

..

9

216

193

119

16

109

394

122

381

3

1954

15882

19772

20046

15608

5116

906

5581

5737

750

..

119

183

144

158

52

381

478

267

592

128

1955

15608

20555

21236

14927

3656

750

5098

4831

1017

67

158

141

125

174

40

592

497

856

233

144

*. Relates to appeals under special enactments.

Table No. 6

Civil Suits

Miscellaneous Civil Cases and petitions

Civil Appeals

Civil Miscellaneous Appeals

Year

Pending at the beginning of the years

Institution

Disposal

Balance

Pending at the beginning of the year

Institution

Disposal

Balance

Pending at the year

Institution

Disposal

Balance

Pending at the beginning of the year

Institution

Disposal

Balance

At the close of the year

Over one years

At the close of the year

Over one years

At the close of the year

Over one years

At the close of the year

Over one years

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

District Judge

1953

1429

1975

2251

1153

321

1757

2235

2413

1579

456

10127

3267

7803

10591

3344

5010

5821

5265

5566

1292

1954

1153

1708

1905

956

421

1642

2435

3575

1504

403

10591

7710

5421

9880

3028

5503

4305

4723

5085

1771

1955

956

1425

1682

699

294

504

2672

2500

1676

391

9880

7698

8370

9208

2541

5085

3295

4695

3685

1222

Civil Judge

1953

49593

73677

73474

49796

13368

9930

15818

15650

10098

2369

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

1954

49796

74768

76925

51639

14112

10098

15922

15345

10675

2652

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

1955

51639

74922

74846

51715

14350

10675

16552

13864

13363

3482

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

..

41. There are quite a few places in the State where a number of courts are concentrated at one place. The following table shows the distribution of courts in the year 1953.

Statement Showing The Strength of Judicial Officers at Each Station

Number of Stations

1

2

Stations with one Civil Judge (J.D.) only

118

Stations with two Civil Judges (J.D.) only

26

Stations with three Civil Judges U.D.) only

6

Stations with four Civil Judges (J.D.) only

1

Stations with one Civil Judge U.D.) and one Civil Judge (S.D.) only

5

Stations with two Civil Judges (J.D.) and one Civil Judge (S.D.) only

3

Stations with two Civil Judges U.D.) and two Civil Judges (S.D.) only

2

Stations with three Civil Judges (J.D.) and one Civil Judge (S.D.) only

3

Stations with three Civil Judges U.D.) and two Civil Judges (S.D. ) only

1

Stations with four Civil Judges U.D.) and one Civil Judge (S.D.) only

1

Stations with four Civil Judges U.D.) and two Civil Judges (S.D. ) only

1

Stations with five Civil Judges (J.D) and four Civil Judges (S.D.) only

2

Stations with one Civil Judge (S.D.) only

11

J.D.-Junior Division. S.D.-Senior Division.

42. Although the location of a number of Courts in cities like Poona and Ahmedabad is unavoidable due to the large volume of litigation arising within these cities, there does appear to be scope for further decentralisation of courts in this State. Very little progress has been made in this State in the direction of establishing and popularising village panchayat courts. It is necessary that early and earnest efforts should be made in this direction.



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