How many judges are there in Supreme Court?

29 judges

Which high court in India has maximum number of benches?

Gauhati High Court

What do you call paragraphs in a contract?

“Paragraphing” is a standard term, but I prefer the other term for this, “tabulation”: in general usage it’s accepted that a paragraph is made up of one or more entire sentences, whereas a tabulated enumerated clause is only part of a sentence.

Who was the first female judge of Gauhati High Court?

Mrs Rumi Kumari Phukan

Parent High Court Stream Date of Birth
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What is a section?

Section(noun) a part separated from something; a division; a portion; a slice. Section(noun) a distinct part or portion of a book or writing; a subdivision of a chapter; the division of a law or other writing; a paragraph; an article; hence, the character /, often used to denote such a division.

How many sections are there in Indian Constitution?

The world’s lengthiest written constitution had 395 articles in 22 parts and 8 schedules at the time of commencement. Now the Constitution of India has 448 articles in 25 parts and 12 schedules.

Who was first female judge of Supreme Court?

Fathima Beevi

Which High Court has maximum States?

High courts

Court Established Judges
Permanent Judges
Karnataka High Court 1884 47
Kerala High Court 1 November 1956 35
Madhya Pradesh High Court 2 January 1936 40

How do you reference a section in a contract?

It is a good idea to mark references to Articles and Sections by capitalising the first letter (as opposed to references to articles in statutes or other contracts). Articles and sections. Articles are no more than the heading (or ‘caption’) of the sections immediately underneath.

Is CPC applicable to Nagaland?

(33) We further hold that CPC and CrPC are applicable to the regularly constituted civil and criminal Courts without in any manner affecting operation of Article 371A or the functioning of village, customary or any other courts other than the regularly constituted civil and criminal courts in the State of Nagaland …

Which High Court has highest number of judges?

Allahabad High Court

Why CrPC is not applicable in Nagaland?

The reason for non-applicability of the part of the CrPC in Nagaland and other tribal areas is that the respective customary laws are applicable in the tribal areas. Crimes in tribal areas are dealt with according to the customs of the respective tribes.

What is difference between section and order?

The sections provide provisions related to general principles of jurisdiction whereas the Orders and Rules prescribe procedures and method that govern civil proceedings in India.

Does Nagaland have high court?

Apart from the Principal Seat, the High Court has 3(three) outlying Benches, viz, Kohima Bench for the State of Nagaland (established on 1.12. 1972), Aizawl Bench for the State of Mizoram (established on 5.7.

Who was the first female chief justice of India?

Leila Seth

Hon’ble Justice Leila Seth
Preceded by P. C. B. Menon
Succeeded by Shashi Kant Seth
Judge, Delhi High Court
In office 25 July 1978 – 4 August 1991