NEW DELHI: To make India a perfect business destination and attract investment, the government is gearing up to make its judicial system perfect and is training the judicial officers to handle commercial disputes. The Ministry of Law and Justice has approached the government of Maharashtra to prepare a module and tailor it according to the kind of disputes prevailing in courts. Based on the analysis of the kind of cases filed, a full-fledged training module will be prepared.
The need of such training arose because the old laws have been re-introduced with new amendments but very few judges use the same. The cases that mostly come before commercial courts include disputes arising out of transactions of merchants, bankers, construction and infrastructure contracts, immovable property used in trade, joint venture agreements, intellectual property rights, to name a few.