Justice Mahavir Singh

Justice Mahavir Singh

Justice Mahavir Singh

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Justice Mahavir Singh (1920-1997) was a popular justice, an authority of law and social reformer of India. He was born on 14 September 1920 in a Jat family in village Ailum of District Muzaffarnagar in Uttar Pradesh, India. He passed MA (Economics) and LL.B. in 1942 together in 2 years, in first Division and second position in both and colour holder in athletics and rowing. He was awarded Gold Medal for being all round best boy in the University in 1941-42..

In Judicial Service

Justice Mahavir Singh taught Economics in J.V. College Baraut for two years. He was selected as Munsif through competitive examination conducted by U.P. Public Service Commission and appointed Munsif 10 May 1946. After getting all due promotions in time he was appointed as District and Session Judge in April 1970. Later he was appointed as Additional Judge of Allahabad High Court on 17 November 1977 and Judge 15/11/79. He retired from judicial service on 14 September 1982. He was designated a Senior Advocate of Supreme Court of India in 1983-84.ŏ==Authority of Law==Justice Mahavir Singh had authored many Law books. Important books authored by him are:
  • Nathuni Lal's Law of Arbitration, fourth Edition, 1983
ISBN 81-7012-168-X

  • Bharat ka Sanvidhan (Constitution of India), 1987
In Hindi (In 2 Volumes),ISBN 81-7012-313-5

  • Ejaz Ahmad's Commentaries on
U.P. Co-operative Societies Act, 1965 fifth Edition, 1989With Supplement, 1992ISBN 81-7012-405-0

  • Uttar Pradesh Co-operative Societies Act,......
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