Question: Does J&K Have High Court?

Does Jammu and Kashmir have a high court?

Presidential with confirmation of Chief Justice of India and governor of respective state.

The Jammu and Kashmir High Court is the high court for Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh.

The court has a sanctioned judge strength of 17 in which 13 are permanent judges and 4 are additional judges.


How many judges are in J&K High Court?

17 JudgesThe High Court has at present a sanctioned strength of 17 Judges including 13 Permanent Judges and 4 Additional Judges. From May to end October, The Chief Justice and the Administrative Wing of High Court shifts to Srinagar and from November to end April, the HQ is at Jammu.

How many courts are there in J&K?

Law Department J&K. The Sanctioned strength of the High Court Judges is 14 (9 permanent and 5 Additional Judges). At present, 09 Judges are in position. At present there are 174 Subordinate Courts consisting of 45 Courts of District Judges, 50 Sub-Judges’ Courts and 79 Courts of Munsiffs.

When was J&K High Court established?

1943High Court of Jammu and Kashmir, Srinagar/Established