SC: New Listing System not leaving sufficient time for Miscellaneous Matters

Team SoOLEGAL 15 Sep 2022 3:28pm

SC: New Listing System not leaving sufficient time for Miscellaneous Matters

New Delhi:The Supreme Court Bench of Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Abhay Oka have given feedback on the new listing system introduced as ‘reform' after CJI Lalit announced it as his main agenda. 

While adjourning an SLP filed in 2021 to November 15th, the Bench stated that the new system does not allow enough time to take up miscellaneous matters set for hearing, such as the current case, because there are many matters within the span of the 'Afternoon' session. 

According to the new listing system, regular hearing matters are heard in the morning session and miscellaneous matters in the afternoon session on non-miscellaneous days (Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays). 

Miscellaneous days in the Supreme Court are Mondays and Fridays, where fresh petitions are scheduled for admission hearings, whereas non-miscellaneous days (NMDs) are reserved for final hearing matters. Even so, certain new matters are listed on these days as well. 

Previously, miscellaneous matters were heard first, followed by regular hearing matters. This resulted in new matters consuming more Court time, even on NMDs, leaving less for regular hearing matters. 

However, the Judges' observation above suggests that the situation might have shifted.

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