Question: I have lodged innumerable written complaints and unaccountable email petitions against the additional district judges for their intentional failure in following the established legal procedure. Complaint is regarding the judge for pronouncing the judgement without issuing me the summons notice before judgement in form no 4a of appendix ‘b as required under sub rule (4) of rule (3) of the order xxxvii of the civil procedure code,1908. However, there was a petition filed before the high court for the expedite hearing.
Asked from: Telangana
You should move a written complaint to the administrative judge of the concerned district. That complaint should contain irregularities committed by the judge.
You are going to initiate a proceeding against a sitting judge therefore, your complaint must contain credible evidence which tends to prove the grave misconduct of the judge.
Misconduct should be grave in nature because if there are curable irregularities in the judgement, it can be cured by the superior judge in appeal.
Your complaint must prima facie prove that the judge acted deliberately and knowingly to cause wrongful loss to the complainant (you) and wrongful gain to that person in whose favour that judgement has been passed.
The complaint should be made on the affidavit and adduced along with the copies of order sheet and erroneous judgement.