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Legal National Litigation policy will be implemented from 1st July, 2010

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    NATIONAL LEGAL MISSION TO REDUCE AVERAGE PENDENCY TIME FROM 15 YEARS TO 3 YEARS
    NATIONAL LITIGATION POLICY DOCUMENT RELEASED
    NATIONAL LITIGATION POLICY WILL BE IMPLEMENTED FROM 1ST JULY,2010 17:39 IST
    The centre has formulated in National Litigation Policy to reduce the cases pending in various Courts in India under the National Legal Mission to reduce average pendency time from 15 year to 3years. Launching the new Litigation Policy here today Law minister Dr M. Veerappa Moily asserted that the purpose of the new Law is also reduce the government Litigation cases in the courts so that they can devote more time in resolving other pending cases. He said this policy will be implemented from 1st July,2010.

    Describing the new policy as a part of the judicial and Legal reforms undertaken by the government since long, Dr Moily said that such a step is being taken for the first time in the history of independent India.

    Mr. Moily said that he will visit Assam, Kolkata, Chennai, and Goa to hold discussions with Chief Justices of High Courts, State law ministers and other stakeholders for the formation of State level Litigation policies. He said several issues like the setting up of more Gram Nyayalayas, family courts and fast-track courts will also be discussed with the state governments.

    Speaking on the occasion, the Attorney General of India, Mr. G E Vahnavati, said under the new policy, each and every government litigation will be monitored.
    PIB Press Release

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