Civil Cases Increased in La Pampa by 14.6% During the First Semester

Civil Cases Increased in La Pampa by 14.6% During the First Semester

Civil Cases Increased in La Pampa by 14.6% During the First Semester

In the first half of the year, 5,407 cases were entered into the File Management Information System (SIGE). This meant an increase of 14.6 percent compared to the same period in 2021.

The figure covers civil, commercial and mining jurisdictions; family, girls, boys and adolescents; labor; and of execution, contests and bankruptcies of all the courts of La Pampa and the Office of Common Management of Santa Rosa.

In the First Judicial Circumscription , based in Santa Rosa, between January and June, 3,070 new cases were processed in the SIGE; that is, 56.7 percent of the total. During the first six months of last year, 2,609 cases had been admitted, so the year-on-year increase in the same period was 17.6 percent.

In General Pico, seat of the Second Judicial Circuit –it covers the northern part of the province–, 1,658 files were processed; that is, 30.7 percent of the total. That figure meant 12.1 percent more than in the first semester of 2021. In that period, 1,478 cases had been processed before the SIGE.

In the Third Judicial District , based in General Acha –reaching the south and southwest of La Pampa–, the File Management Information System received 438 cases in the first half of 2022, the equivalent of 8.10 percent of the cases. more than five thousand. The comparison with January-June 2021 gave a rise of 7 percent.

The last Judicial District, the Fourth , with head in Victorica, showed a year-on-year increase of 8.5 percent, since in the first half of the year 241 cases were handled in the SIGE compared to 222 the previous year. This implied the processing of 4.5 percent of the total files.

When the analysis of the cases admitted is carried out according to the matter, that is, by the subject or matter of litigation, the first reading is that in all the judicial districts –with the exception of Santa Rosa– the largest number of files were processed in family courts, children and adolescents. There, issues such as alimony, communication regimen (with sons and daughters), divorces, self-satisfactory measures, etc. are demanded.

In General Pico and General they meant something more than 40 percent of the files that entered the SIGE in the first semester of the year; while in Victorica that index climbed to almost 60 percent.

In Santa Rosa, on the other hand, the percentage was 25 percent, since the largest number of files was concentrated in the two execution courts, contests and bankruptcy. In them, more than 1,000 cases were managed in the first six months of the year, which was equivalent to 35 percent of the total income. In this jurisdiction, judgments for coercion, executive charges and pledge executions are attended.

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