Check online your pending or judged Supreme court case status via Diary number, Case number, Party name, Court / Tribunal, Free text and AOR (Advocate on Record) with date wise in their website. You can also see the supreme court case judgements by a judge or the bench or the constitution bench.
Steps to check Case status in the Supreme Court of India Online
Just follow these 3 simple steps mentioned below to avail all the information about your supreme court case online.
Step 1. Firstly you need to go to the Supreme court of India website. So click here to go there.
Step 2. Then you will see a web page pictured below. Here you will see 6 tabs namely (Diary number, case number, party name, AOR, Court/Tribunal and Free Text). Now you need to click on any one of the following tabs to see case status. And enter the required details and then click on the submit button.
Step 3. After clicking on the Submit button, you will see a new page below with all the details of your case in the Supreme court. It will also show you that whether the case is pending before the judge or bench or the judgement is declared by the supreme court.
For Example: If you have diary number then click on Diary Number tab, Enter Diary number and Year, Enter the text shown in Captcha and then finally click on the Submit button. All your case information is on the page now.
In India, there is a single system of courts, adopted from the Government of India act 1935, enforces both state laws and central laws. Article 124 to 147 of our constitution in part V deal with the organization, independence, powers, procedures, etc. of the Supreme court.
At present (2018), the Supreme court consists of 31 judges, appointed by the President. Other than Chief Justice of India (CJI), all judges are appointed by the President after consulting CJI and other senior most judges (Collegium of 4 senior most judges of Supreme court). The office of Supreme court judges has to make the oath or affirmation before the President or some person appointed by him for this purpose.
The Supreme court judge holds the office until he attains the age of 65 years. He can also resign by writing to the President. Or he can also be removed from his office by the President on the recommendation of the Parliament. The retired Chief Justice and the judges are entitled to 50 percent of their last drawn salary as a monthly pension.
The constitution declares Delhi as the seat of the Supreme court. The Supreme court is a federal court, and the highest court of appeal, the guarantor of the Fundamental Rights of the citizens and the guardian of the constitution.
The Supreme court has power to writs including habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, quo-warrento and certiorari for the enforcement of the fundamental rights of a citizen. The Supreme court can issue writs only for the enforcement of fundamental rights and not for the other purpose.
Supreme court also has the power of Judicial Review, which is the power to examine the constitutionality of legislative enactments and executive orders of both the central and the state government.