The Provincial Small Cause Courts (Haryana Amendment) Act, 1977
Haryana Act No. 27 of 1977
Object & Reasons6
|Statement of Objects and Reasons. - The Government of India, sometime back, appointed an informal Committee with Shri J.C. Shah (former Chief Justice of India) as Chairman to go into the problem of arrears in the various High Courts in the country and to suggest remedial measures to reduce the arrears. The Committee submitted its report in 1972 in which a number of recommendations to reduce the arrears in the High Courts have been made. 2. In consideration of a proposal received in this behalf from the Punjab and Haryana High Court, it has been decided to amend Section 25 of the Provincial Small Cause Courts Act, 1887, which will help in reducing arrears in the High Court. Published vide Haryana Government Gazette (Extra.), dated 13th October, 1977, page 1616.|
"25. Revision of decrees and orders of Courts of Small Causes. - (1) The District Judge, for the purposes of satisfying himself that a decree or order made in any case decided by a Courts of Small Causes was according to law, may of his own motion, or on the application of an aggrieved party made within thirty days from the date of such decree or order call for the case and pass such order with respect thereto as he thinks fit.(2) Any revision pending in the High Court against the decree or order made by a Court of Small Causes shall stand transferred to the District Judge exercising ordinary territorial jurisdiction in such cases".