Competent Court definition

Competent Court means the Supreme Court of India or any High Court, or any tribunal or any similar judicial or quasi-judicial body that has jurisdiction in relation to issues relating to the Project.
Competent Court means a court in a Contracting State that, according to the rules on the internal allocation of jurisdiction among the courts of that State, may exercise jurisdiction over the dispute.
Competent Court means the Royal Court, Petty Debts Court, or Magistrate’s Court;

Examples of Competent Court in a sentence

  • Any disputes are subject to exclusive jurisdiction of Competent Court and Forum in Rishikesh/Dehradun, Uttarakhand India only.

  • The District Collector and District Mining Officer shall ensure that there is no violation of any order with respect to the sand mining activity passed by the Competent Court.

  • If the tenderer is adjudicated insolvent by a Competent Court or files for insolvency or if the tenderer being a company is ordered to be wound up by a Court of Competent Jurisdiction.

  • All disputes are subject to exclusive jurisdiction of Competent Court and Forum in Pune, India only.

  • In case of any claim, disputes or differences arising in respect of a contract, the causes of action there at shall be deemed to have arisen in Mumbai and all legal proceedings in respect of any such claim, disputes or differences shall be instituted in a Competent Court in the City of Mumbai only.


More Definitions of Competent Court

Competent Court means the court of a Member State which has been designated by the Member State concerned;
Competent Court means a court consisting of an appropriate judicial officer.
Competent Court means the court, tribunal or other body of a Member State which has been designated by the Member State concerned;
Competent Court means the court in Bangkok with jurisdiction over commercial disputes similar to the one described in the assumptions of the standardized case. If more than one court is competent, competent court means the court that is most likely to determine the outcome of the standardized case.
Competent Court means the Labour Court or any magistrates’ court established in terms of the Magistrates’ Courts Act, 1944, (Act No. 32 of 1944);
Competent Court means the court of the Judiciary of South Sudan with competent jurisdiction to consider appeals against administrative decisions of the institutions of the Government;
Competent Court means any court of competent jurisdiction designated by the Chief Justice;