Courts in Mumbai
City Civil Court MumbaiCity civil courts of Mumbai are the judicial name of municipal courts. These courts work within a short span of issues and mostly deal with municipal ordinances and violations of civil matters.
Contact details of City civil court MumbaiCity civil court Mumbai
Old Secretarial Building,
Near Elphistone College, Opposite Jhangir Art Gallery,
Karmaveer Bhaurao Patil Road, Kalaghoda,
Mumbai - 400023, India, (022) 22844134
Family Court MumbaiA family court is a court arranged to resolve matters and release orders in relation to family law, for example, custody of kids where there is a marital dispute.
Contact details of family courts in MumbaiBandra Family Court
BKC Road, Bandra Kurla Complex,
Bandra East, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400051, India.
Labor Court in MumbaiLabor Court in Mumbai is also known as industrial tribunal court and it deals with employment or labor related matters and concerning disputes.
Contact details of Labor court of MumbaiGround Floor New Administrative Building,
Opposite Chetana College, Government Colony,
Bandra East, Mumbai - 400051
District court MumbaiDistrict Courts of Mumbai work in district level but thy are the first post of a legal dispute hence the decision of district level courts are given priority when the case is placed in front of higher court and even for Supreme Court.
Contact details of District Court MumbaiOpposite Collector Office, Adv Prabhakar Hegde Marg,
Tembhi Naka, Thane, Mumbai,
Maharashtra, 400601, India,
Small Causes Court MumbaiIn Indian cities, the Small Causes Courts are responsible for adjudicating matters related to civil cases. The court is responsible for cases relating to tax, (family matters are not dealt by small cause’s court.), property disputes (which relate to rent, leave and license) and other such cases.
Contact details of Small causes court MumbaiL T Marg, Kalbadevi,
Mumbai - 400002, Maharashtra, India,
High Court of MumbaiMumbai High Court, Maharashtra, is one of the eldest High Courts in India with jurisdiction power over Maharashtra and Goa, as well as in the Union Territories of Daman, Diu, Dadra, and Nagar Haveli. Mumbai High Court has regional branches located at Aurangabad and Nagpur in Maharashtra and Panaji in Goa.
Mumbai High Court has played a significant role in Indian Judicial system since Indian freedom; the first Attorney General, the chief justice, and the Solicitor General were appointed from this court.
By default, the decisions of Mumbai High Court can only be appealed to the Indian Supreme Court. The Bombay High Court maintains strength of 75 judges for dealing with the cases presented in front of the court for resolution.
Contact address of Bombay High CourtHigh Court Building, Dr Kane Road, Fort, Mumbai, MH 400032, India
Working Hours: Monday to Friday between 10:30 am and 5:30 pm.