District Courts in Delhi

Delhi District CourtThe “Indian Judicial Courts” includes Supreme Court, High Courts, District Court, etc. The district courts in Delhi are run in different complexes. The names of the complexes are listed below-
Court Complex-
  • Tis Hazari
  • Patiala House
  • Karkardooma
  • Rohini
  • Saket
  • Dwaraka

District Court - Dwaraka Court Complex

Dwaraka Court complex which was completed in 2008 is located in the area of Dwaraka Delhi. This court complex is one of the modern operational district courts complexes in Delhi.

The Courts in Dwaraka Court complex are-

  • Courts of District Judges and Additional District Judges
  • Motor Accident Claims Tribunal
  • Courts of Rent Controllers and Civil Judges
  • Courts of Additional Sessions Judges
  • Courts of ACMM and MMS
  • Family Courts

District Court – Saket Court Complex

The court complex started functioning from August-2010. The types of case handled here include civil cases and criminal cases of south and south east police. Whereas, the motor accident claim petitions of the south and south east police jurisdiction are dealt by the MACT in Saket.

District Court – Rohini Court Complex

The Rohini Court complex completed in 2005, is located in the Rohini area of Delhi. The cases related to west and north-west district are considered in Rohini court complex.

The courts that function in this complex are-

  • Courts of District Judges and Additional District Judges
  • Courts of Additional Session Judges
  • Courts of Rent Controllers and Civil Judges
  • Courts of ACMM and MMS
  • Motor Accident Claims Tribunal
  • Family Courts

District Court - Patiala House

Patiala house was once a palace of Maharaja of Patiala. It is located near India Gate. Criminal courts have been established in Patiala house. The criminal courts in this house deals with criminal cases pertaining to New Delhi. The room number 1 in the Patiala house has been allocated to The Delhi Legal Aid Authority. The objective of the formation of DLAA is to provide free legal aid to the poor litigants and under-trials who cannot afford to pay the lawyers. The DLAA is also responsible to organise Lok-Adalats for expeditious disposal of case.

The courts functioning in Patiala house are-

  • District Judge and Additional District Judges
  • Rent Controllers & Civil Judges
  • Additional Sessions Judges
  • ACMMS and Metropolitan Magistrates
  • Motor Accident Claim Tribunal
  • Family Courts

District Court - Tis Hazari

Tis Hazari building was established in 1950’s. The Tis Hazari court complex was inaugurated by chief justice of Punjab High Court. The cases handled here include civil and criminal cases. The complex houses civil and criminal courts. Tis Hazari is considered as main court complex in Delhi. The complex also houses treasury of the government of NCT of Delhi, State Bank of India, ATM facility, Post Office, three libraries for lawyers and one library for Judicial Officers.

The courts functioning in this complex are-

  • Courts of District Judges and Additional District Judges
  • Courts of CMM/ACMM/MMS
  • Appellate Tribunal for MCD and NDMC
  • Motor Accident Claims Tribunal
  • Courts of Rent Controllers and Civil Judges
  • Courts of Additional Session Judges
  • Court of Special Judges
  • Children Courts

District Court - Karkardooma

The Karkardooma area houses Karkardooma court complex and residential blocks of Judicial officers and staff. The division of residential blocks includes four type-VI duplex flats, seven type-VI flats, thirty type-V flats and fourteen type-IV flats allocated to Judicial officers. The blocks of type-II are allocated to the court staff.

The complex also houses Judicial Academy for the time being. Apart from these the complex houses UCO bank, Post Office for the use of court staff, Litigants and Lawyers.

The courts that function in this complex are-


  • Courts of district Judges and additional session Judges
  • Courts of Additional Session Judges
  • Additional Rent Controller and Civil Judges
  • Labour Courts
  • Industrial Tribunals
  • Motor Accident Claim Tribunals
  • ACMM and MM

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