Types of Judicial Bodies

August 19, 2023

Types of Judicial Bodies

  1. Subordinate Courts: These include various types of lower-level courts, such as Sessions Courts and Magistrates Courts, which handle cases falling under their specific jurisdictions.
  2. Specialized Courts and Tribunals: India has established specialized courts and tribunals to handle specific areas of law, such as labour disputes, tax matters, environmental issues, and more. These bodies provide expertise in their respective domains.
  3. Family Courts: Family Courts are dedicated to resolving family-related disputes, including divorce, child custody, maintenance, and other matters related to family law.
  4. Juvenile Justice Boards: These boards handle cases involving juveniles (individuals under 18 years of age) who are accused of committing offences. The focus is on rehabilitation and reform rather than punishment.

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This article has been written by Shivani Singh, Faculty at Jyoti Judiciary.

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