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Jurisdiction of Gurgaon

Gurgaon Sessions Division is headed by District and Sessions Judge, Gurgaon. Gurgaon Sessions Division came into being on 01.11.1966 when with the bifurcation of the states of Punjab and Haryana, Shri H.D. Loomba, was posted as First District and Sessions Judge at Gurgaon. Presently, Sessions Division has sanctioned strength of one District & Sessions Judge, One District Judge in Family Court relating Hindu Marriage Act matters, Four Additional District & Sessions Judges at Gurgaon, One Regular Additional District & Sessions Judge and One Fast Track Court at Nuh, One Court of Civil Judge [Senior Division], One court of Chief Judicial Magistrate, One court of Additional Civil Judge [Senior Division] and 7 Civil Judges [Junior Division] at Gurgaon, out of which one is under Training, One Chief Judicial Magistrate and One Additional Civil Judge [Senior Division] at Nuh, One Additional Civil Judge [Senior Division] and One Civil Judge [Junior Division] at Ferozepur Jhirka. All of the Civil Judges also exercise the powers of Judicial Magistrates and Rent Controllers. The District & Sessions Judge and Additional District & Sessions Judges exercise powers of Appellate Authority under the Haryana Urban (Control of Rent & Eviction) Act and as Motor Accident Claim Tribunal. The pecuniary jurisdictions of Civil Judges having less then 3 years of service is 2 lacs. However the pecuniary jurisdiction of appellate courts is unlimited. Strength of Advocates is 3212 (approx.)

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