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High Court of Madras —Madurai Bench
Sitting Arrangements (Revised) – From September 28, 2021
Sl.No. Hon’ble Judges Subject
1. M. Duraiswamy, J
And
K. Murali Shankar, J
Public Interest Litigation and all other Division Bench
Writ Petitions;
Writ Appeals – from the year 2018;
Criminal Contempt and appeals relating to Orders in
Contempt Proceedings
1A. M. Duraiswamy, J
(when DB not sitting)
Old Writ Petitions from the Provisional List
1B. K. Murali Shankar, J
(when DB not sitting)
Old Criminal Revisions from the Provisional List
2. V. Bharathidasan, J
and
J. Nisha Banu, J
Habeas Corpus Petitions;
All Criminal Appeals and other Criminal Cases to be
heard by Division Bench (including crime against women
and children);
Writ Appeals – up to the year 2017;
All other Division Bench Civil Appellate Side matters
2A. V. Bharathidasan, J
(when DB not sitting)
Old Civil Misc. Appeals from the Provisional List
2B. J. Nisha Banu, J.
(when DB not sitting)
Old Criminal Original Petitions (under Section 407 and
482 of Cr.P.C.) and Writ Petitions (Cr.P.C)
3. D. Krishnakumar, J. Writ Petitions relating to Labour and Service, from the
year 2018;
Writ Petitions relating to Freedom Fighters’ Pension
Scheme
4. S.S. Sundar, J Writ Petitions relating to Labour and Service, up to the
year 2017
5. R. Suresh Kumar, J Writ Petitions relating to Motor Vehicle, Motor Vehicle
Tax, all other Taxes and Duties, Export and Import,
Customs and Central Excise, Prohibition and State Excise,
Mines and Minerals, Forest and Industries
6. A.D. Jagadish Chandira, J Second Appeals from the year 2015;
Civil Misc. Second Appeals;
Company Appeals;
Transfer Civil Misc. Petitions;
Civil Revision Petitions, up to the year 2014
7. G.R. Swaminathan, J First Appeals;
Second Appeals – up to the year 2014
8. R. Tharani, J Civil Miscellaneous Appeals – up to the year 2018; Civil
Revision Petitions from the year 2015 to 2018
9. R. Pongiappan, J Criminal Appeals (including appeals relating to Crime
against women and children) and Criminal Revisions;
CBI and Prevention of Corruption Act cases (except
Bail and Anticipatory Bail Application)
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10. B. Pugalendhi, J Criminal Original Petitions – Anticipatory Bail and Bail;
Petitions for Cancellation, Relaxation or Modification of
Bail and Anticipatory Bail;
All other petitions concerning Bail and Anticipatory Bail;
Criminal Original Petitions (under Sections 407 and 482
Cr.P.C), Writ Petitions (Cr.P.C.) – up to the year 2017
11. Senthilkumar Ramamoorthy, J Writ Petitions relating to General Miscellaneous,
Education, Land Reforms, Land Tenancy, ULC, Land
Ceiling, Land Acquisition and other Land Laws;
Writ Petitions which are not specifically assigned to any
other Single Bench
12. G. Ilangovan, J Criminal Original Petitions (under Sections 407 and
482 Cr.P.C), Writ Petitions (Cr.P.C.) – from the year 2018
13. S. Ananthi, J Civil Misc. Appeals from the year 2019;
Civil Revision Petitions from the year 2019
Note:
• Cases should be listed chronologically as per the date of filing, unless otherwise directed
having regard to exceptional urgency.
• Cases relating to Senior Citizens, Crime against Women, Persons with Disability and Children
shall be taken up on priority basis.
• Review Applications should be posted before the Judge/Judges whose order is sought to be
reviewed.
• All Bails and Anticipatory Bails which are part heard or Reserved for orders shall be placed
before the Roster Bench, upon change of Roster.
• Upon change of Roster, Part heard matters shall stand released and be placed before the Bench
as per Roster. However, if the parties or any of them make a request for retention of the matter
before the Hon’ble Bench which had heard it, stating that the matter had been heard for a
considerable length of time and de novo hearing would not be expedient, and if the
Hon’ble Bench endorses the request, such matter may be placed before
the Hon’ble The Chief Justice for being assigned to the Hon’ble Bench which partly heard the
matter.
• Whenever any Court is of the opinion that there are case(s) pending before other Court(s)
similar to the case(s) in hand and it is necessary to tag matter(s) pertaining to other Court(s), with
the case(s) which is listed before it, (or) any party mentions before the Court that there are
matters before other Court(s) which is/are similar to the case(s) on the list of that Court and
request for tagging, the Court shall direct the matters to be placed before
the Hon’ble The Chief Justice for tagging the matters and for placing the same before appropriate
Court.
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• Whenever a case is directed to be listed under the caption “For Reporting Compliance”,
“For Compliance”, “For Further hearing”, “For Filing Report”, “For Recording Appearance”,
“For Recording Settlement”, and etc., on a specific date, upon change of Roster, the case shall
stand released from the Court which passed such order, and shall be listed before the
Hon’ble Court as per Roster.
// BY ORDER OF THE HON’BLE THE CHIEF JUSTICE //
Dated: 21-09-2021 Registrar (Judicial),i/c.
High Court, Madras

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