Law & Courts in India

Do mentally fit citizens of India have legal rights to decide self earned property ?
Why a district court takes more than 6 years to accept a registered WILL which is registered with related government authorities with due medical certificate can be a big question which needs to be answered by the Judicial system.
The answers can be many like
1) Tooooo much population
2) The court is burdened with legal cases
3) Courts in metros have to decide on tooooo many cases
4) Judge has to study a case and then give a proper decision

(Too is spelt as TOOOOO not by mistake but we know that the pressure on legal system in India os too much, so tooooo much)

The Indian legal system is a good legal system.
We want Indian Legal System Reputation to be good and enhance it further so that Indian citizens, citizens across the world are proud of the system.

Thane & India are our global examples, so we want the world to know how much time the decision takes.

Someone tells us without mentioning the name (its legal issue so people are unfortunately worried of sharing names) about
- who said what about police & lawyers on mobile phone
- who said about Rakta Paat (Blood bath) on 11th July 2013

1)The mobile company is taking care of privacy of its users and can share the name of the person who said something about police & lawyers on mobile phone only when there is lethal case or only when government asks for them
2) Who said about Rakta Paat (Blood bath) on 11th July 2013 to whom is written by email to 5 people, two of which stay abroad. But again related companies can only reveal if Government asks the email companies which has email accounts to share details or can check who said what.



Ministry of Law and Justice is the oldest limb of the Government of India dating back to 1833 when the Charter Act 1833 enacted by the British Parliament. The said Act vested for the first time legislative power in a single authority, namely the Governor General in Council. By virtue of this authority and the authority vested under him under section 22 of the Indian Councils Act 1861 the Governor General in Council enacted laws for the country from 1834 to 1920. After the commencement of the Government of India Act 1919 the legislative power was exercised by the Indian Legislature constituted thereunder.

The Government of India Act 1919 was followed by the Government of India Act 1935. With the passing of the Indian Independence Act 1947 India became a Dominion and the Dominion Legislature made laws from 1947 to 1949 under the provisions of section 100 of the Government of India Act 1935 as adapted by the India (Provisional Constitution) Order 1947.

Under the Constitution of India which came into force on the 26th January 1950 the legislative power is vested in Parliament.


Ministry of Law And Justice comprises of the Legislative Department and the Department of Legal Affairs. The Department of Legal Affairs is concerned with advising the various Ministries of the Central Government while the Legislative Department is concerned with drafting of principal legislation for the Central Government. India Code which consists of laws enacted from the previous century and which are in force in the territory of India are available on the net


Office of the Minister for Law and Justice
4th Floor, ‘A’ Wing, Shashtri Bhawan,
Rajendra Prasad Road, New Delhi. PIN- 110001

Shri Ravi Shankar Prasad
Hon’ble Cabinet Minister
011-23012295 (R)
Fax : 011-23793691

Shri P. P. Chaudhary
Hon’ble Minister of State

Supreme Court of India
Department of Company Affairs
Law Commission of India
Tihar Prisons
Bar Council of India