|1. What are Causelists?
The Causelists are schedule of cases to be heard by the courts on the following day(s). Every court must have a causelist for each working day. The Causelists give details such as the Court Number, the bench dealing with the cases and the case details like case number, petitioner/respondent, respective advocates, etc.
2. For which of the High Courts the Causelists are available?
Currently, the causelists of thirteen high courts and ten benches, apart from the Supreme Court of India are availabe on the net. The High Courts are : Chennai, Mumbai,Calcutta,Delhi,Karnataka, Jammu & Kashmir, Gujrat,Allahabad,Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Patna, Orissa and Punjab and Haryana.
3. How many types of causelists are available?
Generally, there are two types of causelists. They are : Daily Causelists and Weekly Causelists. Some Courts have Supplementary lists also. Daily Causelists are list of cases to be heard by the courts on a given day. Weekly Lists consists of cases to be heard by the courts in a given week. Supplementary lists consists of cases (mostly urgent cases) missed out from the Daily Causelist.
4. For how many days causelists of a courts are available at a given time?
Six days Causelists of a court are available .
5. What are the options available for retrieval?
Causelists can be retrieved as Entire Lists or new lists can be generated through various search options like Courtwise, Judgewise, Case numberwise, Petitioner/Respondent name wise and Advocate name wise.
6. Can I download the Entire causelist?
YES, you can download the Entire Causelist, through the 'Entire Cause List' option.
7. Can I e-mail a day's causelist to my friend?
YES, you can E-mail a causelist to your friend by downloading it.
8. I am an advocate. Can I generate my own causelist in the form of regular causelist?
YES. By selecting the Lawyer wise Search option, you can generate your own causelist consisting of all cases to be dealt by you on a particular day in the form of a regular causelist.
9. Are the search results accurate?
ALMOST. The search conducted is a Free text -based search. i.e. exact matching of the full/partial string given in the search field is taken, matched and the results are given in the form of a regular Causelist. In rare cases , some extra cases may also be displayed other than those searched for.
10. By what time the causelists are available for the next day?
The causelist for the next day are made available by 6.00 PM. In most cases, advance causelist are released three days before and are made available on the Net.
11. Does it have WildCard Searches?
NO. As of now, it does not support any Wild Card Searches.
12. Is a causelist replica of the Printed copy circulated by the Courts to advocates?
YES. A Causelist on the Net is the replica of the printed copy circulated by the Courts to Advocates.