I believe that in processes like the following online filing and delegation to the Registrar and Commissioner may be possible and desirable in most cases in the interests of speed of disposal without sacrifice of the essence of the judicial proceedings: issue of summons, filing petitions, counters, recording of deposition, adjournments where essential and unavoidable, issue of authenticated copies of judgements, orders etc.
I am aware and concede that in the Statutory framework as it currently exists much of what I believe and propose may not be possible while at least whatever can be done may be put into practice.
After this communication I am haven't got any opportunity to give my humble
contribution to 'Transform India with Modi'.
Is there any reason to exclude me from all circles and e-mail list of
Mr.Rajendra Prathap Gupta? more
CLARIFIED IT WITH PROOF OF ITS USE FOR GOOD PURPOSE.
S. Narayanan more
who is asking for postponement of cases? how many times can an officiating judge allow postponement of hearing?
Unfortunately the law is loaded against speedy trials; this we must concede; change the laws for facilitating speedy trials; but what will happen? justice gets scuttled; it will be like khap or katta panchayat; did you or did you not?and accept the words of the litigant or the defendant, as per the mood of the judge; we should be ready for this. No investigations;
the actual culprits are the lawyers of the defendants, who play all the tricks up their sleeve and try to delay the proceedings, and the poor judge has very little say in this matter - because the constitution and other laws give this privilege to the litigant.
Yes it is not that there is no solution; let all the pending cases be reviewed by a team of lawyers and judges and cases remaining pending for want of proper evidence etc and pending for a long duration be identified, they need to be closed summarily in the presence of the parties involved. where the parties do not appear, then the case must be closed, as untenable; Yes, it is possible that some foul play could come up in the proceedings; but this is better than keeping the cases - be it civil or criminal, pending for decades; more