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The constitution of India declares the Supreme Court as the highest court of the land. Following the apex court are the High Courts. The High Courts are principal civil courts of original jurisdiction in the state. Find below the list of courts in Hyderabad including the High court of Andhra Pradesh:
High Court of Andhra Pradesh
High Court lies second to the apex court, Supreme Court of India. In total there are 21 High Courts in our country. It was set up on November 5, 1956 under the state recognition act of 1956. It has sanctioned judge strength of 49. The Lower City Court and the Metropolitan Criminal Court also fall under the jurisdiction of the High Court of Andhra Pradesh.
The current Chief Justice of Andhra Pradesh, Honorable Kalyan Jyoti Sengupta is the head of the Andhra Pradesh High Court.
Contact Details – A.P High Court Near Gov. City college Madina, Char Minar Hyderabad – 500066 Phone: (040) 23446340, 41,42,43,44,45,46,47 Email: email@example.com
District Courts in Hyderabad
The District Courts of India are presided over by a judge. They administer justice in the country at district level. These courts are under the administrative and judicial control of the High Court of the concerned state. The highest court in the district is the District and Sessions court. RR District Court
LB Nagar, Hyderabad Phone: (040) 23446100
Tribunal is a generic term for any body acting judicially, whether or not it is called tribunal in its title.
Andhra Pradesh Administrative Tribunal
Opposite Choice Hotel, Purani Haveli, Hyderabad Phone: (040) 24525705 Chairman – Justice Dr. G. Yethirajulu
Debts Recovery Tribunal
Keeping in line with the international trends on helping financial institutions recover their bad Debt quickly and efficiently, the Government of India has constituted 33 Debt Recovery Tribunal and 5 Debt Recovery Appellate Tribunal across the country. Each of the Debt Recovery Tribunal is presided over by a Presiding officer who is generally a judge of the rank of District and Sessions Judge. The Presiding Officer is assisted by a number of other officers. Each tribunal has 2 Recovery Officers.
A labor court is a government judiciary body that rules on employment and labor related disputes.
Consumer Forums or Consumer Courts are set up at district, state and national level to provide simple redressal against consumer complaints. The forum President and members are directly or indirectly appointed by the state government and he/she will be eligible to be a district judge. It is important for you to know as consumers that Consumer Courts can hear cases for any company that operates an office or branch in that particular district.
The City Civil Courts are presided over by a Chief Judge and Five additional Chief Judges in the Cadre of Districts & Sessions Judges. There are seven Rent Controller Courts, two at Secunderabad and five at Hyderabad, presided over by District Munsifs exercising jurisdiction over the twin cities of Hyderabad and Secunderabad.
City Criminal Courts
The City Criminal Courts are presided over by one Metropolitan Sessions Judge, three additional Metropolitan Sessions Judges in the Cadre of District Judges.
CBI Court Criminal Court, Red Hills, Nampally, Hyderabad Phone: (040) 23442400