Administration in a proper way is always needed for right growth and development of a state. If we talk about courts as in supreme courts, high courts and lower level courts- Indian courts have always maintained a perfect regime. The Mumbai High Court has regional branches at Aurangabad and Nagpur in Maharashtra and Panaji, Goa with control over the states of Maharashtra & Goa, and, the Union Territories of Dadra and Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu.
It is one of the most notable high courts in the India and since Independence, 94 (71 permanent, 23 additional) judges from Bombay high court have been eminent to the Supreme Court and 8 of the judges have even been Chief Justice of India. In fact, the first Chief Justice, the Solicitor General and the Attorney General of our Independent India were form the same court only and thus it has its own reputation.
The decision or any verdict given taken by Mumbai Bombay High Court can only be challenged by appealing only to the Supreme Court of India.
History of Bombay High Court
The Court had begun its working on 14 August 1862, according to several credible information available through various sources. The court reportedly as an institution did not follow any changes even after the city name was transformed from Bombay to Mumbai in 1995 and chose to remain as the Bombay High Court only.
The infrastructure was created by British engineer Col. J.A. Fuller and it has been in Early English Gothic revival style. The first sitting in the house was on 10 January 1879 as the work on the present building of the High Court was completed in November 1878.
Cases, Chief Justice, the Judges, Jurisdiction and the Benches at Mumbai High Court
As mentioned above, the court has a Authorized strength of 75 judges and also has a proportion of 1:1.61 million: judges to people. The Bombay High Court reportedly handles 3.4 lakh cases- both civil and criminal and a whole bunch of 32 sitting judges of the same court disposed around 2,000 cases back in the year 2004, as reported by various media sources.
Also as earlier mentioned, the Bombay High Court has the given states under its juridiction Maharashtra, Goa and the Union territories of Daman and Diu and Dadra and Nagar Haveli and also has benches in Aurangabad, Panaji and Nagpur. The Bar Council of Goa and Maharashtra has enrolled approximately 90,000 Advocates on its Roll till October 2009- as per the information available.
Historical Cases administrated by the Bombay High Court
The Bombay or Mumbai High Court is well known for its great legal importance and has handled many famous notable trials. Some of the very famous cases of Bombay High Court are listed below of utter historical importance:
The Trial of Rama Komathi in the year 1720
Bwala Murder Case in the year 1925
Mullaji Case (Chandabhoy Gulla Case) in the year between 1918 and 1919
Maharaj Libel Case in the year 1862
The Kalbadevi Shooting Case in the year 1946
The Caucus Case in the year 1908 and many more.
Many famous trials and cases have been conducted in this historic court in Mumbai and there were some outstanding Indian judges of the Bombay High Court before Independence, such as Mahadev Govind Ranade, Badruddin Tyabji, Narayan Ganesh Chandavarkar and Kashinath Trimbak Telanga.The Bombay High Court has seen and passed through many circumstantial variations over its 150 years long journey but till date it is able to retain its stature.