Rules of Village Court, 1976
Rule-1 (short name and startup)
These rules shall be called the Village Court Rules of 1976.
Rule-2 (Contrary to the subject or context, in this rule, if there is nothing wrong)
(A) "form" means the form enclosed with these rules.
(B) "Ordinance" means the village court of 1976 "Ordinance" (Ordinance No. 61 of 1976);
(C) "chunk" means any section of the ordinance schedule;
(D) "applicant" means the person making an application under section 4 of the Ordinance;
(E) "defendant" means any person against whom a person makes an application under section 4 of the Ordinance; And
(F) "section" means any section of the Ordinance.
Rule 3: (1) According to sub-section (1) of section 4, an application shall be made in writing and it shall be signed by the applicant and submitted to the chairman of the Union Parishad.
(2) According to sub-rule (1), the written application shall contain the following statements; Such as
(A) the name of the Union Parishad being proposed;
(B) the applicant's name, identity and residence;
(C) the name of the protestor, identity and residence;
(D) the name of the union in which the offense has been committed or the cause of the complaint;
(E) Nature of nature of complaint or claim, including brief description; And
(F) All the remedies which are being demanded.
(3) In relation to the first part of the application form according to this rule, the fees for the two rupees and the second part will be filed with the application for four paisa fee.
Rule 4: When the chairman of the Union Parishad rejects the application under sub-section (1) of section 4, then the application shall be returned to the applicant with the order given above.
Rule 5: (1) Within 30 days from the date of rejection, the application for revision under sub-section (4) of section 4 shall be filed to the Assistant Judge of jurisdiction.
(2) According to sub-rule (1), the application shall be signed and signed by the plaintiff. It shall be the names, descriptions and addresses of the parties, and the Chairman of the Union Parishad, who has refunded the original application, has to submit it along with this application. Whatever the reasons for the revision are being filed, it should also be mentioned in the application.
Rule 6: The person who will be applying under sub-section (2) of section 4, if he is of the opinion that the order given by the chairman of the Union Parishad is motivated or inaccurate, he has written to the chairman for accepting the application. Give the order and return it to the applicant with the same order.
Rule-7: (1) If the application is received, its details will be recorded in the registered register in Form No. and the number and year in which the case will be recorded in that register, it will also be written on the application.
(2) When a Magistrate or Assistant Judge will return the case for reconsideration, according to sub-section (8) of section 8, it shall be listed in Form No. 1 in the register and it shall be heard as a new case.
After the registration of the application in accordance with Rule 8: (1) 7 rules, the chairman will direct the applicant to appear on a particular date and time and summon the defendant for the date and time to appear.
(2) All the summons given in accordance with this Rule shall be written in two stages and signed and sealed by the chairman of the Union Parishad, and after the formation of village courts, the chairman of the Village Court shall be signed and sealed.
(3) Where, in the case of a separate order, in every case, every summons given in accordance with this rule shall be issued by a member of the Union Parishad or by any person appointed by the chairman of the Union Parishad or Village Court, in this behalf.
(4) If a person has been summoned by a summon, a summon shall be issued to him personally by a wing of two-width equal to his person.
(5) On whom the summon shall be issued, each person shall acknowledge receipt by signing the opposite page of the opposite of the other.
(6) Even if it is not possible to issue a summons in the manner described in the above sub-sections, the summons issued by the summoner shall be summarized in the same manner as the case may be, and the summons issued by the summons shall be summed up in a broader section of the house and the summons are deemed to have been issued Shall be
(7) If the person who has been summoned in the name of the person resides in the area outside the jurisdiction of the Union Parishad, then the Chairman of the Union Parishad or Village Court may, by posting (including acceptance of the cost), issue a summons and the applicant must bear the expenditure.
Rule 9: (1) The summon to the protestor will be given in Form No. 2.
(2) The summons for the witness shall be given in Form No. 3.
Rule 10: After the summon is issued on the protestors, the Chairman of the Union Parishad will call the parties to nominate their members within seven days, and likewise the village court will be formed with the nominated members and the Chairman of the Union Parishad.
Rule-11: After receiving the names of the members, the Chairman of the Union Parishad will record the names of the members in the short column of the register no. 1.
Rule-12: (1) Where the village court, in any case before the announcement of the decision of any case, the chairman of the Union Parishad