Litigants as well as the Bar need to be apprised that going paperless will benefit them in the long run. While giving some incentives will be beneficial initially, making it mandatory like in the Kerala High Court will bring it into regular practice.
The overturning of Roe vs Wade by the United States Supreme Court has meant that the Constitutional right to abortion has been taken away; a severe blow to a woman’s ability to make decisions about her own body. The debate raging over this topic begs the question: What rights do women have in this country with respect to pregnancy and beyond?
Kerala High Court directed the Educational officers are to ensure that complaint boxes are installed in the schools during their school visit and all Officers to send periodical report to the Director of General Education, Thiruvananthapuram, setting out the nature of complaints and finality of the same.
The State Government, in consultation with the Kerala High Court, is mandated to establish a family Court for every area in the State comprising a city or town whose population exceeds one million. The State is also empowered under Section 3(1)(b) of the Act, 1984 to establish Family Court in such areas.