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District Magistrate's Court - Territorial Jurisdiction

Further in Section 7(3) of the Act giving that 'a district magistrate's court shall have jurisdiction all through the district in respect of that it is established'.  Moreover the Chief Justice may, through notice in the Gazette, extend the areas of jurisdiction of the district magistrate through designating any two or more districts a joint district.

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