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Title: Pattern of litigation in Haryana: a study of district courts Rohtak
Researcher: Rajesh Kumar
Guide(s): Mehra, Shashi K
Keywords: litigation
district courts
Public Administrations
Upload Date: 3-Apr-2013
University: Maharshi Dayanand University
Completed Date: 2011
Abstract: Crime and offences are as old as our civilization. If we talk of early history, there existed informal way of disposing of these offences which were of simple nature. As the time passed, our living standards and style also changed and got complicated giving rise to new type of offences. Accordingly, procedure to deal with offences was modified also. In the process, a time came when all these informal rules and regulations were codified and a formal system of justice known as court was introduced. newlineIn the study, the researcher has selected to study the pattern of litigation at district level which includes- nature of cases, socio-economic background of litigants, procedural complexities faced by litigants, possibilities of compromise and satisfaction level of litigants. The main objectives of the study are as under: 1 To analyse the pattern of litigation in district courts. 2 To study the socio-economic background of litigants. 3 To point out the procedural complexities faced by litigants in district courts. 4 To search out the possibilities of compromise between the litigants. 5 To assess the satisfaction level of the litigants. For the purpose of getting an insight into the pattern of litigation in Haryana purposive study has been adopted. For this, district courts of Rohtak have been opted. Source list containing 150 cases have been availed randomly from office record of district courts Rohtak. The primary data have been collected from two set of respondents i.e. litigants and advocates through interview-schedule method with the help of separate designed structured questionnaires. For the secondary data, the researcher has relied on various books, newspapers, magazines, journals etc. The universe of the study includes 300 litigants and 100 advocates engaged in these cases.
Pagination: 138p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10603/7888
Appears in Departments:Department of Public Administration

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