Asked by Turjo Bhattacharjee | 11th Mar, 2015, 10:11: PM

Expert Answer:

India has a single integrated judicial system as the decisions made by the higher courts are binding on the lower courts. At the top of the Indian judicial system is the Supreme Court which is presided over by the Chief Justice of India. Supreme Court in India is located at New Delhi. At the second level are the High Courts. Every state has a High Court which is the highest court of appeal in that state. Also, there are numerous courts at the district level. These are also known as the session courts. District courts are presided over by District Judges.

Answered by Soumil Shukla | 12th Mar, 2015, 06:45: PM

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