“Delhi” is the only
Union Territory having its own High Court. Delhi, which is also known as the National Capital Territory of
Delhi is the only Union Territory, which has its own high court.
Whereas the other six Union Territories are concerned, they share their jurisdiction with one of their neighboring State
. Chandigarh near to Delhi, is also a Union Territory, having its judicial house in the State of Punjab and Haryana
Different State laws are bounded over with the jurisdiction of their courts. Each state is divided into different
judicial districts which are presided over by a district and sessions judge
. These are the principal civil court of the originally formed jurisdiction and can sentence all offenses including those were punishable with death. These are the highest judicial authorities of a district. Below that post, states hold the courts of civil jurisdiction, which consists of sub-judges, civil judges and the similar like this. Likewise, the
judiciary has been comprised of judicial magistrates and chief judicial
of first and second class.