Courts in Jaipur
Rajashtan High Court, Jaipur
Courts of JaipurCourts of Jaipur is a systematic network which runs under the stricture and guidelines of Indian Constitution and thus Indian Supreme court is considered as the highest level of court where legislative decision is concerned against all criminal assaults and civil disputes.
District court of JaipurThe district Court of Jaipur is the lower level trial court of the capital city. The court hears the first phase of complaint and in next level the decision of the court can be reviewed and appealed in front of the Rajasthan high court, located at Jodhpur.
Address- Ganesh Nagar Extension, Jhotwara, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302012, India
Phone: 0141 220 3143
Consumer Court of JaipurConsumer court of Jaipur deals with consumer grievances related to business transaction and consumer purchase.
According to consumer rights of India, a purchaser may claim for his/rights in case he/she is exploited from after sales service, from the claimed quality of the company, against the harassment of the fraudulent shop owners.
Address of Consumer court, Jaipur
Shanti Nagar, Khatipura Road, Hasanpura, Jaipur - 302006, Rajasthan, India
Handloom Haveli, Ashok Marg, C-Scheme, 1st Floor, Jaipur - 302 001
Labor Court, JaipurLabor Court Jaipur is a government judicial body engaged in making resolution to employment related disputes under the jurisdiction of Jaipur. The Court and its directives are conducted by Chief Justice and associated justices.
The address and contact number:
Shanti Nagar, Khatipura Road,
Hasanpura, Jaipur - 302006
Rajasthan High Court, Jaipur BenchIn Rajasthan High court a special justice’s bench is maintained and is called Jaipur Bench. The introduction of Jaipur bench in Rajasthan High Court was done by Sawai Raja Jai Singh but unfortunately in the year 1958, the bench got dissolved. In the yeae 1977 it was reformed again. Currently The Jaipur bench is comprised of 14 judges.
Rajasthan High Court Bar Association, Jaipur is a registered society of the Advocates practicing at Jaipur Bench of Rajasthan High Court. The body selects its office members through direct election every year.