Just days after Delhi High Court introduced its own ‘neutral citation system’ for all the judgments on its official website, the Kerala High Court is also set to implement a “Unique Neutral Citation Number ” for all Judgments and ‘CR’ marked interim orders issued since the year 1949, from November 1.

According to a notice issued by Kerala High Court’s Registrar General P. Krishna Kumar, the citation

for judgments will be in the format of [Year Of Judgment uploaded]/KER/[Number] and for the CR

marked interim orders in the format of [Year Of Interim Order Uploaded]/KER/[Number].

The Unique Neutral Citation Number will be auto-fetched and placed in the judgment or CR marked interim order downloaded from the high court website.

“The neutral citation will be available for all Judgments and CR marked Interim order issued from 1949 onwards,” said the high court Registrar General

The Delhi High Court on October 17 introduced its own ‘neutral citation system’ for all its judgments. The neutral citation number of the High Court of Delhi consists of three elements -“Year/DHC/Auto Generated Number”.

The High Court is also set to introduce SUVAS, an AI tool for translating the Judgments and Orders of District Courts from English to Malayalam, and translating the vernacular judgments and documents of such courts to English.

These ICT tools are set to be launched on November 1, 2022, by the Hon’ble Chief Justice in the presence of other Judges, at the Banquet Hall, at 9.45AM

The event shall also witness the launch of e-offices in the judicial districts of Kasargode and Thodupuzha.

The programme is set to be live-streamed and the URL for the same would be available on the High Court website.



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Kerala High Court To Introduce ‘Unique Neutral Citation Number’ System From November 1

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