Kollam: An expert committee has decided to allow courts to issue summons through social media. With this, people will receive summons from court through WhatsApp. The committee includes judges from High Court, district judges, DGP and higher officials from home department and High Court. By using social media, courts can speed up action against a person without spending much time to find the address. Many summons sent via post are returned to t... (Date:12/15/2019 09:08) Read full article >>

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High Court: The term High Court usually refers to the superior court of a country or state. In some countries, it is the highest court . In others, it is positioned lower in the hierarchy of courts .