The High Court of Karnataka refers to the High Court found in the Indian state of Karnataka. This High Court has its headquarters in Bangalore but also functions at Hubli-Dharwad, as well as Gulbarga. The High Court dates back to the year 1884 a time when Chief Court of Mysore was formed having three judges and it was selected to become the highest court of appeal. The court composed of District Courts, Munsiff Courts, and even Sub-ordinate Judges’ Courts that helped in dealing with civil cases while Court of Sessions, the District Magistrate, and even 1st, 2nd, and 3rg Magistrates dealt with criminal cases. The Chief Judge got his office in 1881, and it was retitled the High Court of Mysore. The chief judge was titled as the person holding utmost authority and his name was changed from Chief Judge to Chief Justice. This High Court possesses a certified judge influence of 62.
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