යෝජිත නව ආණ්ඩුක්‍රම ව්‍යවස්ථාව (Third Republic Constitution) Chapter XXII

 CHAPTER XXII

 

PROVINCIAL COURT (PV), MAGISTRATE COURT (MC), AND PRIMARY COURT (PRC)

 

180.       (1) There shall be a Provincial Court for each Province whose Judges including the President of such Court shall be appointed by Judicial Service Commission.

(2) There shall be at least one permanent sitting of such court in each Locality with a bench of not less than two judges.

(3) The Judgment of a Provincial Court shall be, if two Judges are unanimous in their decisions, the Judgment of such unanimous decision; but in the event of any difference of opinion between two Judges constituting the Bench, the decision of the Court shall be suspended until three Judges shall be present to review such matter.

(4) Provincial Court shall assume the powers and responsibilities of “Family Court” and shall be the first instance court in such matter as adoption of Child, divorce, marital disputes, disputes on Children, protection of morality of family.

181.       There shall be a Magistrate Court for each Locality whose Judges known as “Magistrate” shall be appointed by Judicial Service Commission.

182.       There shall be a Primary Court for each Locality whose Judges shall be appointed by Judicial Service Commission.

 

183.       Provincial Court, Magistrate Court, and Primary Court shall exercise jurisdiction in respect of matters which Parliament or State Assembly may by law vest or ordain:

Provided that Provincial Court, Magistrate Court and Primary Court after the adoption of this Constitution shall assume, inter alia, the powers and responsibilities of District Court, Magistrate Court, and Primary Court respectively, existed immediately before the adoption of this Constitution.


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