District Court Mau

Mau

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Hon’ble Mr. Justice Rajeev Singh
Administrative Judge for the District: Mau

Rameshwar

District & Sessions Judge

Hon’ble Mr. Justice Rajesh Bindal (CJ)
Chairman, Administrative Comm.

 

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History of Mau Judgeship

The Mau Judgeship came into existence on 21.10.1989 vide notification No. 110/VII-A.N.204/89 dated 21-10-1989. Mau judgeship was bifurcated from the Azamgarh Judgeship. There is no outlying court. Shri Rati Ram Jatav had the honour of being the first District Judge Later on a need arose for bigger and an integrated second storied court campus. It was established in 1996 that the Court Campus shifted to Main Building. All the courts started functioning under one roof. At present the total strength of the judicial officers at Mau  judgeship is 12th.

Mau has following Civil and Criminal Courts:

Sessions Court/Additional Sessions Court, Family Courts, Chief Judicial Magistrate/Judicial Magistrate, Civil Judge (Senior Division)/Civil Judge (Junior Division).There are 35 Courts in Mau Judgeship. At present 25 (including DLSA & Gram Nyayalaya, Madhuban) Courts are Functional.

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