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History of Faizabad Court 

History of Faizabad Court It is a part of Avadh. During the period of Asaf-id-daula, the judicial history of Faizabad centered on the Nazims of Sultanpur. Chakledars collected revenue and each pargana was in the charge of a Faujdar who was assisted by a Dewan, a qanoongo and other Subordinate officials.

In 1858, the British set about the task of establishing their own system of administration in the lines which were already in force in the province. The Commissioner of the Division was the Chief of Revenue, Police and Judicial Authority. The Deputy Commissioner of the district exercised the same powers in respect of the district and was the head of the Magistracy.

In 1871, the Oudh Civil Courts Act was passed and the Courts were reorganized.

In 1879, the Civil Courts were separated from the Revenue and Criminal Courts. Regular Courts of Munsiffs, Subordinate Judges and District Judges were established.

First District Judge of Faizabad judgeship was Sri.H.C.Ghoshal joined the district court 01.07.1947..

Establishment of Court Complex building

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Building Name

Year

1

Main Building (Block A)

1903

2

JSCC(Block B)

1913

3

Civil Judge(J.D.) Sadar and Haveli building (Block C)

1962

4

Improvise Court Building(Block D)

1977

5

12 Court Building (Block E)

1982

6

Criminal Record Room(Block F)

1988

7

Lockup Building (Block G)

1989

8

Litigation and Canteen Building (Block H)

1985

9

Meeting Hall (Block I)

1991

10

Cycle Stand and others(Block J)

1989

11

F.T.C. Court Building

2002

12

F.T.C. Library Building

2009

13

F.T.C. Relaxation room Building

2009

Establishment Judicial Officer's Residence

 

Sl. No.

Building Name

Year

 

1

District Judge residence

1921

 

2

Judges Colony(14 residence )

1978

 

3

Judges Colony(6 residence )

2003

 

 

 

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