The Legal Services Committee of the Supreme Court was established to administer and implement the Legal Services Program in relation to the Supreme Court of India. (9) The conditions of employment and the salaries and allowances of officials and other servants of the central authority referred to in Section 3, subsection 6. Civil servants and other servants of the Central Authority shall be entitled to the remuneration and allowances corresponding to the salary scale indicated for each post appearing in the list of these rules, or in the same manner as employees of the central administration occupying equivalent posts. 1. Short titles and beginning.- (1) This Regulation may be referred to as the Regulation of the National Legal Services Authority, 1995. Preference will be given to individuals with experience in administration, finance and legal aid. In 1987, Parliament adopted the Law on Legal Services Authorities, which was adopted on 9 May 1987. It entered into force in November 1995 in order to create a uniform national network for the provision of free and competent legal services to the weakest sections of society on the basis of equal opportunities. The National Legal Services Authority (NALSA) was established under the Legal Services Authorities Act 1987 to supervise and evaluate the implementation of legal aid programmes and to establish guidelines and principles for the provision of legal services under that Act. (4) All Members designated in accordance with Article 3, paragraph 3, shall be entitled to the payment of travel and subsistence allowances for travel in connection with the work of the Central Authority. and are remunerated by the Central Authority in accordance with the rules applicable to grade A officials, as amended. (e) All other words and expressions used but not defined in these Regulations shall have the same meaning as that ascribed to them in the Act. 8.

The number of officials and other employees of the Central Authority.-The Central Authority shall have at its disposal a number of officials and other employees for the assistance of the Secretariat and for its daily tasks specified in the list of these Regulations or as may be communicated by the Central Government from time to time. 2. Definitions.- In these Rules of Procedure, unless the context requires otherwise: (7) In all matters such as remuneration, allowances, benefits and benefits, the member-secretary shall be subject to the rules applicable to persons occupying equivalent positions in the central administration. [12-A. The central authority, the State authorities and the district authorities shall keep their accounts and draw up their annual accounts in the forms annexed to this Regulation. 12. The upper limit of a person`s annual income entitles him to legal services in accordance with clause (h) of Article 12 if the case is pending before the Supreme Court.- Any Indian citizen whose annual income from all sources does not exceed Rs.50,000/-(rupees fifty thousand) is entitled to legal services under clause (h) of section 12 of the Act. As part of preventive and strategic legal assistance, NALSA implements legal education programs through the State Legal Services. In some states, legal literacy programmes in schools and colleges and routine women`s empowerment programmes are organized annually, alongside rural legal literacy camps. Section 39A of the Constitution of India provides free legal aid for the poor and weaker sections of society and guarantees justice for all. Articles 14 and 22, paragraph 1, of the Constitution also require the State to ensure equality before the law and a legal system that promotes justice based on equal opportunities for all.

During the year, a State Legal Services Authority was established in each State and a High Court Legal Services Committee was established in each High Court. District Legal Services Authorities, Taluk Legal Services Committees have been trained in districts and most Taluks to implement NALSA policies and instructions and provide free legal services to the population and conduct lok adalats in the state. 10. The number, experience and qualifications of the members of the Legal Services Committee of the Supreme Court referred to in paragraph (2)(b) of section 3A. – (1) The Legal Services Commission of the Supreme Court shall consist of not more than nine members. (h) process project proposals for financial support and issue certificates of use; First, state legal services, district legal services, Taluk legal services committees, etc. (iii) two chairpersons of the State Legal Service, who may be appointed by the central Government in consultation with the Chief Justice of India. There is a quorum for a meeting and there is no quorum for the suspended meeting. 2. In all matters such as retirement age, remuneration and allowances, benefits and rights and disciplinary matters, civil servants and other servants of the central authority shall be directed by the central government in the same manner as persons holding equivalent employment. 13.

The experience and qualifications of other persons of the Lok Adalat organized by the Supreme Committee of Legal Services of the Supreme Court in accordance with paragraph 3 of Article 19.- A person is not qualified to be admitted to the Lok Adalat unless he-. (iv) Registrar General of the Supreme Court of India. The quorum for the sitting is five, but there is no quorum for the adjourned meeting. (c) “Member” means the members of the Central Authority appointed in accordance with article 3, paragraph 2 (c), of the Act; (a) “Act” means the Legal Services Authorities Act 1987. All items on the agenda of a meeting shall be decided by a majority vote of the members present and, in the event of a tie, the President shall have a second or a casting vote. (a) an officer of the Indian Legal Service who held a position at least equal to the rank of Deputy Secretary of the Government of India; or. `timetable` means the Annex annexed to those provisions; 7. The term of office and other related conditions of the members and the Secretary for Membership of the Central Authority.- (1) The members of the Central Authority appointed by the Central Government in accordance with Article 3, paragraph (3), shall remain in office for a term of two years and an outgoing member may be reappointed for a term of not more than one term. (i) Secretary of the Ministry of Legal Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Justice and Commercial Affairs, Government of India or any of its agents; (k) perform any other tasks necessary for the proper functioning of the Central Authority. However, until the formation of the State authorities, the Chief Patron of the Central Authority may, in accordance with the law, appoint the Chairman of two State Mutual Legal Assistance and Mutual Legal Assistance Advisory Committees or Committees, whatever they may be called, which existed before this Constitution. 5.

Where a designated member is an official, he shall be entitled only to a flat-rate travel allowance and a subsistence allowance, either from his home ministry or, where appropriate, from the central authority. (b) a civil servant at the rank of Director of the Central Administration and a law degree. :: Chapter 1 :: Chapter II :: Chapter III :: Chapter IV :: Chapter V :: Chapter VI :: Chapter VII :: Chapter VIII :: 2. The ex officio members of the Central Authority are: (3) The Central Government, in consultation with the Chief Justice of India, may appoint other members from among those who have the experience and qualifications prescribed in paragraph 4 of this Article. 2. They shall enter into force on the day of their publication in the Official Gazette of India. The Secretary for Membership shall inform the members at the beginning of the next meeting of the State Authority of the follow-up given to the decisions taken at the previous meeting. (c) an official of another organized central service who has held the post of Deputy Secretary of the Government of India or equivalent service for a period of not less than three years; or 6. Powers and duties of the Member-Secretary.- The powers and duties of the Secretary of Membership include, but are not limited to, – (ii) Secretary, Department of Expenditure, Ministry of Finance, Government of India or any of its candidates; 4. A person may be appointed as a member of the Authority only if: 3.

Officers and other servants of the Central Authority shall be entitled to such other facilities and benefits as may be communicated by the Central Government from time to time. Lok Adalat is one of the alternative dispute resolution mechanisms. It is a forum where disputes/cases pending before the courts or at the pre-trial stage are resolved amicably/compromised. Lok Adalat was granted legal status under the Legal Services Authorities Act of 1987. Under this law, an arbitral award rendered by a Lok Adalat is considered a civil court and is final and binding on all parties and cannot be appealed to any court. The minutes shall contain the names of the members present, the decisions and decisions taken at each meeting, which shall be signed at the next meeting by the person presiding and may be consulted by each member. 2. Appointment of a Secretary for Membership.- The Central Government, in consultation with the Chief Justice of India, shall appoint a person with the experience and qualifications of the Central Authority as Secretary for Membership in accordance with Article 5. The meeting of the State Authority shall be chaired by the Chief Patron and, in his absence, by the Executive Chairman and, in the absence of both, by a member elected from among the members present.

(d) the accounts of the central authority are true and regular, including regular checks and audits; (j) Production of videos/documentaries, promotional materials, materials and publications to inform the general public about various aspects of legal services programmes; and (b) a member of the senior state judiciary who has served as a district judge for at least three years; or.