Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Justice: Bargaining with its very own ardor

Justice: Bargaining with its very own ardor

The courts are so over burdened with cases that precedents have become a confusing factor for the courts rather providing them a helping hand in the cases upfront. The courts are facing difficulties in sustaining its decisions for long as at every next corner one precedent is present contradicting the same. This has invariably increased the inconsistency in the judgments of the courts. This has prominently happened due to increased workload of the courts and no check on the admission of cases with respect to the disposals of the same. The constitution of the two-judge has also added to the problems as with its constitution the courts have multiplied their docket substantially. It means that a large number of judgments been pronounced by the two-judge Division Benches. This resulted in an unprecedented growth in the arena of precedents and the courts and counsels have been unable to cope up with such a growth.
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