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For most ordinary citizens, taking disputes to court comes with a sense of hesitancy and apprehension. And not without reason. It is estimated that there are more than 60,000 Supreme Court cases, 48 lakh High Court cases and 3.3 crore cases District and Taluka courts that are pending resolution.
To put these massive numbers into perspective, it takes roughly four years per case on average to get resolved. The law and justice space has been largely insular and hardly preferred by entrepreneurs to develop meaningful offerings, unlike other sectors like tech, medicine and space, which attract plenty of innovative solutions from the community.