F The duties of judges, clerks and deputy clerks, young clerks, substitute clerks, bailiffs, and secretaries. ~ Information Yusuf

The duties of judges, clerks and deputy clerks, young clerks, substitute clerks, bailiffs, and secretaries.

Judge (is a judge of the district court and the judge in the high court uu no 49nthn 2009 Psl 1, paragraph 2)
Judge of the Court is an official performing the duties of Judicial Power. The primary duty of the judge is to accept, examine and hear and to resolve all cases submitted to him.
In civil cases, the judge must assist the justice seekers and strive to overcome obstacles and obstacles to the creation of a simple, quick and costly judiciary.
   2. Registrar

The position of the Registrar is the supporting element of the leadership.
The clerk with the assistance of the Deputy Registrar and the Registrar shall administer ceremonious administration of the proceedings of civil and criminal cases as well as the financial situation
Responsible for the handling of court files, decisions, documents, deeds, register books, court fees, third party deposits, letters of evidence and other letters kept in the Registrar's Office
Make a copy of the verdict
Receiving and submitting case files
Carry out the execution of a civil court ruling ordered by the Chief Justice within the stipulated time frame
   3. Deputy Registrar

Assisting the Court's leadership in making short and long-term work programs, their implementation and organizing
Assisting the Registrar in fostering and supervising the implementation of administrative tasks of the case, and making periodic reports
Carry out the Clerk's duties if the Registrar is unable
Carry out the tasks the Registrar delegated to him
   4. Young Clerk

Assisting the Court's leadership in making short and long-term work programs, their implementation and organizing
Assisting the Registrar in organizing case administration and processing / preparation of reports in accordance with their respective fields
   5. Substitute Registrar

Assisting the Judge in civil and criminal proceedings and reporting the proceedings to the respective Clerk
   6. JuruSita

The bailiff is in charge of carrying out all orders given by the Chief Judge
The bailiff is in charge of delivering announcements, reprimands, protests and notices of court decisions
The bailiff seeks confiscation on the orders of the Chief Justice of the District Court
The bailiff made the news of the seizure event, whose copy was then given to the parties concerned
    7. Secretary

The Secretary of the Court is in charge of administering the General administration of the Court
    8. Deputy Secretary

Assist the Secretary's principal duties
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