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CIRCULAR ORDER No. 12.

To

ALL CIVIL JUDGES AND JUDICIAL COMMISSIONERS,

LOWER AND EXTRA REGULATION PROVINCES.

Dated Calcutta, the 27th May 1870.

The Court deem it expedient to direct all Zillah Judges and
HIGH COURT, &c.,

Judicial Commissioners, when
Civil SIDE.
Present :

preparing the lists of Peons to The Hon. G. Loch, H. V. Bayley,

be appointed under the Court Louis S. Jackson, J. B. Phear,

Fees' Act, to take into considerJudges.

ation the claims of the Revenue Peons who have been thrown out of employment by the transfer of rent suits to the Civil Courts and, when persons so situated appear to be qualified by past service and character, to give them a preference over other candidates.

By order of the High Court,
(Sd.) J. S. CARSTAIRS,

Offg. Registrar.

1870

CIRCULAR ORDER No. 13.

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CIRCULAR
ORDERS.

ALL ZILLAH JUDGES, JUDICIAL COMMISSIONERS,

AND JUDGES OF SMALL CAUSE COURTS.

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Dated Calcutta, the 4th June 1870. For the information and guidance of Zillah Judges and Judi

cial Commissioners, the Iligh
HIGII COURT, &c.,
Civil SIDE.

Court notify the following rule,
Present:
The Ilon. Sir R. Couch, K.,

which has just been framed in
Chief Justice.
The Ilon. G. Loch.

order to facilitate applications H. V. Bayley,

for the exercise of the powers of
Louis S. Jackson,
J. B. Phear,
Judges.

superintendence vested in this

Court with reference to cases before the Courts of Small Causes in the interior.

2. The several Zillah Judges respectively will be appointed Commissioners for the purpose of taking the requisite affidavits or declarations referred to in the rule.

By order of the High Court,
(Sd.) J. S. CARSTAIRS,

Offg. Registrar.

RULES.

CIVIL SIDE.

Present:

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Any party affected by a decision or order made in any suit by

a Court of Small Causes within HIGH COURT, &C.,

the jurisdiction of the High

Court of Judicature at Fort
The Hon. Sir R. Couch, kt.,
Chief Justice.

William in Bengal, who may be
The Hon. G. Loch,

H. V. Bayley,
Louis S. Jackson,

desirous of applying for the exJ. B. Phear,

ercise of the powers of superinJudges.

tendence vested in the High Court by Clause 15, 24 and 25 Vict., Cap. 104, and who may be unable to appear personally, or by Vakeel, before the said Court, may present a petition, addressed to the High Court, in the Court of the District Judge, whereto such Court of Small Causes is subordinate, for the purposes of Section 22 of the Court Fees' Act, 1870.

Such application must be presented by the party in person, (unless such party be a female who is by law exempted form

1870

CIRCULAR
ORDERS.

personal appearance in Court) must bear the proper Fee Stamp (Schedule II, Act 1 (d), Court Fees' Act, 1870), and must be accompanied by an affidavit, setting forth the facts on which the petition is founded, to be sworn or solemnly affirmed, as the case may be, before the District Judge, who will be appointed a Commissioner for that purpose.

The party must also deposit in the District Court the amount requisite to defray the expense of transmitting the petition, and, if need be, the record to the High Court.

The District Judge, on receiving such petition and affidavit as aforesaid, when such costs of transmission have been paid into Court, shall transmit the petition and affidavit to the Registrar of the High Court, under the seal and signature of the District Court.

(Sd.) J. S. CARSTAIRS,

Offg. Registrar.

CIRCULAR ORDER No. 14.

To

ALL CIVIL JUDGES.

Dated Calcutta, the 7th June 1870.

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Doubts having arisen as to what should be shown in column 2

of Form C prescribed by Cir-
HIGH COURT, &c.,
CIVIL SIDE.

cular Order No. 24 of 19th
Present :
The Hon. Sir R. Couch, Kt.,

June 1866, and the practice of
Chief Justice.

different districts in respect to The Hon. G. Loch,

H. V. Bayley,
Louis S. Jackson,

this Return not being uniform,
J. B. Phear,

the Court deem it necessary to Judges.

direct that column 2 of the Form should be read as with the words “requiring registration”, added to the heading, and that the Returns of each Civil Court in the district, though separately shown, should not exhibit the details of the several cases included, but only the aggregate number according to the headings.

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By order of the High Court,
(Sd.) J. S. CARSTAIRS,

Offg. Registrar.

1870

CIRCULAR ORDER No. 15.

To

CIRCULAR
ORDERS.

ALL ZILLAH JUDGES, JUDICIAL COMMISSIONERS,

AND MAGISTRATES.

Dated Calcutta, the 13th June 1870.
The Court direct that the Statements of Business, Civil and

Criminal, for the current quarter
HIGH COURT, &C.,
CIVIL AND CRIMINAL SIDES. (April, May, and June, 1870),

Present:
The Hon. Sir R. Couch, kt.,

be not submitted until new formis Chief Justice.

of returns, now under preparaThe Hon. G. Loch,

H. V. Bayley,
Louis S. Jackson,

tion by the High Court, are
J. B. Phear,
Judges.

supplied.

By order of the High Court,
(Sd.) J. S. CARSTAIRS,

Offg. Registrar.

CIVIL SIDE.

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CIRCULAR ORDER No. 16.
To
All CIVIL JUDGES AND JUDICIAL COMMISSIONERS.

Dated Calcutta, the 17th June 1870.
The Court direct that all future applications for printed or

lithographed forms required by HIGH COURT, &c.,

the Judges of various grades be Present : The Hon. Sir R. Couch, Kt.,

made to the Superintendent of

Chief Justice.
The Hon. G. Loch,

Stationery, who has received
Louis S. Jackson,

instructions to supply only such

Judges.
forms as have been approved by the High Court.

2. The Superintendent of Government Printing has also been instructed to receive no applications except from the Superintendent of Stationery.

3. Indents from Subordinate Judges and Moonsiffs are to be submitted through their superiors.

4. Any Judge who desires to propose any form not in general use for adoption in the Civil Courts will be at liberty to address the Court upon the subject.

By order of the High Court,
(Sd.) J. S. CARSTAIRS,

Offg. Registrar.

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