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SC directs setting up 25 special courts headed by retired judges for cheque bounce cases in a pilot project

IndiaTimes Thursday, 19 May 2022
As more than 33 lakhs cheque bounce cases are pending in different courts and blocking judicial dockets, the Supreme Court on Thursday decided to experiment with the idea of setting up special courts headed by retired judicial officers exclusively to deal with such cases.
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