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SC notifies New Roster; to be effective from Jan 4th, 2021: CJI to remain taking up PILs, Election, Arbitration, Contempt, Habeas Corpus Cases

 The Supreme Court of India has notified new Roster to be effective from January 5th, 2021.

The Roster which is indentical to the one released in October suggests CJI SA Bobde shall continue to head matters concerning to Elections and Habeas Corpus and Social Justice.

The Bench shall be headed by either CJI SA Bobde, Justice Ramana, Justice Nariman, Justice Lalit, Justice Khanwilkar, Justice Chandrachud, Justice Ashok Bhushan and Justice Nageswara Rao in matters pertaining to PILs and Letter Petition.

Contempt of Court Cases shall be taken up by Benches headed by CJI SA Bobde and Justice UU Lalit while Arbiration Matters are allotted to Benches of CJI, Justice Ramana, Justice R F Nariman, Justice Indu Malhotra and Justice Indira Banerjee.

Benches headed by Justice N V Ramana, Justice UU Lalit, Justice D Y Chandrachud and Justice Ashok Bhushan are to deal with matters concerning to Religious and Charitable Endowment.

The second Seniormost Judge, Justice N V Ramana has been asserted a total 12 Categories including Compensation, Criminal, Arbitation, Admirality and Maritime matters.

Justice Rohinton Nariman has been assigned matters including Direct Tax, Company Law, Family Law, Banking Law, TRAI, SEBI. while Justice UU Lalit has been given matters including Labour, Service, Personal, Land, Agricultural Tenancy.

Justice DY Chandrachud to take up cases of Money and Mortgage, Consumer Protection with other categories alloted to him.




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