The concept of Writs is ingrained in the Constitution of India

The concept of Writs is ingrained in the Constitution of India under Part - III, for the purpose of securing to all people in India, their fundamental human rights that are considered integral for a dignified life. A Writ is nothing but a written Order from the Hon’ble Supreme Court or any of the 25 High Courts of this country that commands Constitutional remedies for the Indian populace against the violation of their Fundamental Rights.

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Matrimonial Disputes

The need to establish the family courts was first emphasized in India by Late Smt. Durgabai Deshmukh, after a tour of China in 1953, where she studied the working of Family Courts. She discussed the subject with some judges and legal experts, and then proposed to set up Family Courts in India to Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.

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