Instances of inefficient behaviour in nearly 97% of delayed cases: report


A report by Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy found that court-side inefficiencies included insufficient time being given to a case for hearing or absence of a judge

With the backlog of pending cases mounting each day, the problem of judicial delay is one that the Indian judicial system is constantly grappling with.

More often than not, judicial delay is attributed to failure to achieve a full-strength judiciary, lack of embracing technology and judicial inefficiency.

Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, an independent legal policy and advisory group, has now sought to demonstrate a link between inefficiencies in court functioning and those exhibited by counsel which results in case delays in the Delhi high court (DHC)...............Read more

 

Source: livemint

 


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