Check Gauhati High Court Case Status

The Gauhati also called Guwahati High Court was established on 1st March 1948 (01-03-1948) after the Govt of India Act 1935 was passed.

It was first called the High Court of Assam and Nagaland but renamed as Gauhati High Court in the year 1971.

The Gauhati High Court has the largest jurisdiction in terms of states, with its area covering the states of Assam, Arunachal Pradesh, Nagaland, and Mizoram.

People of Assam State can now easily check the daily case status & bail hearing, today’s cause list information online.

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Gauhati High Court Case Status

Guwahati High Court Information:

Court Name: The High Court of Gauhati

Location: Guwahati, Assam

Website: https://ghconline.gov.in

Email: hc-asm@nic.in & highcourt.ghc@gmail.com

Address: Mahatma Gandhi Road, Guwahati-781001, Assam

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How to Check Gauhati High Court Case Status?

• Visit the official website https://ghconline.gov.in.
• Click on case status.
• Enter case number.
• Enter case type.
• Enter case number.
• Select case year.
• Click on submit button to display the status.

You can also check today’s case status detail information by case number, FIR number, party name, advocate name, filing number, act, or case type.

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How to Check Guwahati High Court Cause List?

• Visit the official website https://ghconline.gov.in.
• Click on the cause list.
• Select weekly or daily today cause list.
• Select court-wise cause list, lawyer-wise cause list, petitioner/respondents wise cause list, or case number wise cause list.
• Click the submit button to display the list.

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eCourts Services app for Android and iPhone:

Now you can also check the Gauhati High Court case status, bail hearing, and cause list using the eCourts Services mobile app available for iPhone and Android devices that provides all the related information to the cases. You can download the app from the below-given link and try it.

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