High Court For A Union Territory In India
|Delhi High Court|
Indian Parliament by law constitute a High Court for a Union Territory. High Courts exercising jurisdiction over a Union Territory shall continue to exercise jurisdiction till it is changed by law. The Punjab and Haryana High Court has jurisdiction over Chandigarh, which is a Union Territory as well as capital of two states i.e. Haryana and Punjab. The Kerala High Court caters to Lakshadweep. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands are under the Calcutta High Court. Pondicherry falls under Madras High Court. The Mumbai High Court is the High Court for Dadra and Nagar Haveli, as also for Daman and Diu.
Delhi has its own High Court since 1966.