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Tis Hazari Court Complex

The court complex at Tis Hazari was commissioned into the line in 1958. Ever since then it acts as the principle court complex in the Delhi Judiciary which has a total of 6 court complexes.

There are over 50,000 litigants visiting the complex each day. The court complex in Tis Hazari apart from having the court also houses the treasury of the government of Delhi along with the office of the State Bank of India, the Post Office along with a total of five libraries specially made for lawyers and a separate library for Judicial Officers.


The Building of the Tis Hazari court was inaugurated in the year 1958. Earlier, the court at Tis Hazari was the only court of the district level in the city but At Present, Tis Hazari Court has its jurisdiction merely over the Central Delhi, North Delhi and West Delhi. Courts that practice their jurisdiction over other spaces have been shifted. A court came up in Rohini in 2006 with its jurisdiction over North West and nearby areas. The court at Saket similarly practices its judiciary over South and South East Delhi. The Dwarka court Complex and the Kakarduma Court complexes also serve their respective judiciaries,

Bar Association

DBA or The Delhi Bar Association is the name of the association of the bar in the Tis Hazari court. It is one of the oldest and one of the largest bar associations in India.


The Tis Hazari Court complex has produced several great leaders and visionaries. Maharaj Kishan Jaitely who is the father of Mr. Arun Jaitely was one of the most prominent leaders of the 60’s. At present, the leader on whom the Tis Hazari court prides itself is Mr. Mr. R.N. Vats, Mr. Rajiv Khosla and Mr. Ved Prakash Sharma. Other leaders who have promoted and graduated themselves to the High Court are people like Mr. D.K. Sharma, Mr. Rakesh Tiku, Mr. Prasanta Varma, Mr. Surya Prakash Khatri, Mr. Nitin Alhawat, Mr. Murari Tiwari, Mr. Rajesh Mishra, Mr. Abhaya Verma, Mr. Sanjeev Nasiar and Mr. Rajeev Rathee etc. are some of the other leaders in the fray.


The complex at Tis Hazari is well connected and is served with the Tis Hazari Station of the Delhi Metro on the red line. Besides, it is also frequented by DTC buses that ply across the city. Feeder buses from other complexes also often come to the Tis Hazari Court.

Contact Details

Address: Lala Hardev Sahai Marg,
Tis Hazari, Civil Lines,
New Delhi, Delhi (state)


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