Punjab and Haryana High Court

The Punjab and Haryana High Court is located in the capital city of Chandigarh, and its jurisdiction includes the States of Punjab, Haryana and, of course, the Union Territory of Chandigarh. The structure of the building of this High Court is extremely famous; It was designed by Le Corbusier, a renowned French architect, and is often visited by students of architecture and all kinds of tourists, since this building also offers a peculiar museum open to the public with an exhibition of extraordinary artifacts and historical documents of India.

High Court Chandigarh

Chandigarh is the capital city of two states, both Punjab and Haryana, and at the same time does not belong to any in particular; that is why there is the Punjab and Haryana High Court, to cover without divisions all the territory connected by this city. Due to Indian independence processes, these territories suffered several divisions and border changes before being what they are now, and it was in 1955 when the High Court Chd was founded in the location it currently has, for then directed by Chief Justice Mr. AN Bhandari.

If the Case finds an issue on closing at Punjab and Telangana High Court then having an option to transfer the cases to Supreme Court of Indiapunjab and haryana high court status

Chief Justice of Punjab and Haryana High Court

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He was born on May 4, 1956, and after completing all his basic studies at St. Xavier’s College in Bombay, he completed a law degree at Hinduja Law College. He began practicing as a lawyer at the Bombay High Court in 1980, where he worked in the Civil, Constitutional, Company and Arbitration matters. After leading cases in several courts of the country, he was appointed Additional Judge of Bombay High Court in 2001, and two years later he was appointed permanent Judge of the same. In 2014 he is transferred to the Punjab and Haryana High Court to start working as Acting Chief Justice, and it is in 2016 when he is officially named Chief Justice of the Punjab and Haryana High Court. Get the Punjab and Haryana High Court Case status from there official website.

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Punjab and Haryana High Court Recruitment

Some listings with vacancies for administrative jobs and for Judges are published on the website of the Punjab Haryana High Court. To apply for administrative jobs must meet certain requirements such as: Be over 21 but less than 30, except that the person has served military or is already working in other government departments; have a degree from a recognized university; have preparation and efficiency in the use of computers; Be willing to work overtime or double days. Decisions about the Punjab and Haryana High Court Recruitment chosen candidates are also published through the website.

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Hindu Marriage Act

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Before 1954 the laws on marriage in India were governed by the “Sastrik Law” with religion-specific civil codes that greatly limited the marriage between practitioners of the Hinduism and people of other religions. In 1954, the first Hindu Marriage Act was proposed, which was approved in 1955 and replaces this previous law, and broadens the conditions under which marriage can be entered, in addition to entering the possibility of divorce for the first time, although with multiple restrictions. Recently, in 2012 several amendments were made to the Hindu Marriage Act, and several of the limitations for divorce were eliminated or reduced, such as the mandatory 6-month waiting period between the first divorce petition and the second, which is the one that really makes it effective.


High Court of Punjab and Haryana Website: https://highcourtchd.gov.in

High Court of Punjab and Haryana Contact Number: 098880 33716

High Court of Punjab and Haryana Email id: highcourtched@indianjudiciary.gov.in

High Court of Punjab and Haryana Address Info:
Chandigarh, 
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