From now on cases related to trade and commercial disputes will be handled by three new special courts coming up in the state. The courts would come into action as soon as Hyderabad High Court gives its approval.
Chief Minister N Chandra babu Naidu has announced the details here on Friday at the International workshop on Intellectual Property Rights. The courts will come up in Amaravati, Visakhapatnam and Tirupati.
There would be no more entanglement and dragging in legal wrangles that would come in the way of their investments. The special courts would ensure disputes of an investor might face either with the state or any other agency at the earliest.
Speaking at the conference CM also referred about the Justice City. “We are going to construct an exclusive Justice City that will be spread over nearly 3,300 acres and houses the high court, all tribunals, legal training institutes, research and reference lab,” he said.
CM said he was hoping that the Justice City would become a research centre for top legal luminaries in the country as they are proposing to bring internationally acclaimed institutes in law field to the capital city.
CM has also given out a PowerPoint presentation to the legal luminaries, project construction work with the help of drones right from the convention centre.
The seminar is being jointly organized by the Japan External Trade Organisation (JETRO), Bezawada Bar Association (BBA) and AP Economic Development Board (APEDB).