(5) THE CENTRAL AUTHORITY SHALL WORK IN COORDINATION WITH OTHER BODIES.- In carrying out its functions under this law, the central authority shall, as appropriate, act in coordination with other governmental and non-governmental bodies, universities and other persons working to promote the cause of legal services for the poor. In each state, the State Legal Services Authority was established to implement NALSA`s policies and instructions, provide free legal services to the people, and conduct lok adalats in the state. The State Legal Services Authority is headed by Hon`ble, the Chief Justice of the competent High Court, who is the chief patron of the State Legal Services Authority. The Honourable Justice N.V. RamanaChief Justice of India The Government of Rajasthan, in consultation with the Chief Justice, has passed the Rajasthan State Legal Services Authority Regulations 1995, and the Rajasthan State Legal Services Authority Regulations 1999 also have the Rajasthan State Legal Services Authority Regulations 1999 to implement the provisions of the Legal Services Authority Act, 1987 (Act No. 39 of 1987). Chief Justice of the High Court of the State of Telangana The content published via various links on this website is managed and maintained by the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA). If you have any questions about the content of this website, please contact the responsible department. The National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) was established under the Legal Services Authorities Act 1987 to provide free legal services to the weaker sections of society and to organize adalats of locomotives for the amicable settlement of disputes.
National Lok Adalat is scheduled for 13-08-2022 throughout Telangana State. Litigants can contact the legal services institution of the nearest courthouse to resolve their cases through the national Lok Adalat. The Honourable Justice N. V. Ramana, the Chief Justice of India is the chief boss. NALSA is located at the Supreme Court of India, Tilak Marg, New Delhi, Delhi (110001). Information on State, District and Taluka Legal Services Authorities This website is owned by the National Legal Services Authority (NALSA), Government of India. Legal aid is an essential element of the administration of justice. “Access to justice for all” is the motto of authority.
The aim is to bring justice to the weaker strata of society, especially the poor, castes and tribes, socially backward people, women, children, especially the disabled, etc. However, steps must be taken to ensure that no one is denied the opportunity to seek justice simply because of a lack of money or knowledge. To this end, the authority organizes literacy and legal awareness camps in different parts of Rajasthan. The Rajasthan State Legal Services Authority was established on 07.07.1998 by notification from the State Government. The Honourable Justice Uday Umesh LalitExecutive Chairman Mr. DINESH KUMAR GUPTA, District and Session Judge and Secretary Member, Rajasthan State Legal Services Authority In each district, the District Legal Services Authority has been established to implement legal services programmes in the district. The District Legal Services Authority is located in the district court complex of each district and is headed by the district judge of that district. The legal aid movement in India – its development and current status. Read more 3. ESTABLISHMENT OF THE NATIONAL AUTHORITY FOR LEGAL SERVICES. (1) The Central Government shall establish a body to be known as the National Legal Services Authority for the purpose of exercising the powers and functions conferred or delegated to the Central Authority under this Act. 2.
The central authority consists of (a) the Chief Justice of India, who is the chief patron; (b) A sitting or retired judge of the Supreme Court, appointed by the President in consultation with the Chief Justice of India, who shall be the Executive Chairman; and (c) the number of other members possessing the experience and qualifications required by the central Government to be appointed by the Central Government in consultation with the Chief Justice of India. 3. The Central Government, in consultation with the Chief Justice of India, shall appoint as a member-secretary of the Central Authority a person possessing the experience and qualifications required by the Central Authority to exercise the powers and perform the duties of the Executive Chairman of the Central Authority as may be prescribed by that Government or delegated to him by the Executive Chairman of that Authority. 4. The terms of office and other conditions attached thereto of the members and the member-secretary of the central authority shall be governed by the regulations of the central government in consultation with the Chief Justice of India. (5) The Central Authority may appoint such number of officers and other employees as may be prescribed by the Central Government in consultation with the Chief Justice of India for the effective exercise of his functions under this Act. 6. Civil servants and other employees of the Central Government shall be entitled to such salaries and allowances and shall be subject to such other conditions of employment as may be determined by the Central Government in consultation with the Chief Justice of India. 7. The administrative costs of the Central Authority, including salaries, allowances and pensions payable to the Secretary for Membership, officials and other employees of the Central Authority, shall be paid out of the Consolidated Fund of India. 8.
All orders and decisions of the Central Authority shall be certified by the Member Secretary or other official of the Central Authority duly authorized by the Executive Chairman of the Central Authority. 9. No act or procedure of the Central Authority shall be void merely because the Central Authority has become vacant or its composition is incorrect. 4. FUNCTIONS OF THE CENTRAL AUTHORITY.- The Central Authority shall perform 1[x x x] all or part of the following functions, namely:- ©2021 All rights reserved. Site designed, developed and hosted by the NIC (National Informatics Centre).