Searching in the specific search mode is suited for finding a
particular case when you have details that describe the case at hand
e.g. (names of parties, case number, and date of delivery)
To find a case according to its details (names of parties, case number,
date of delivery), you don't need to fill in all the fields. You may use any
one or more search criteria; search using whatever information you have.
Using only one or two search criteria will yield a high number of
results - using more search criteria significantly reduces the number
of results yielded.
When searching for a case using the names of parties (specific search
mode) you don't need to fill in all the names. Any or two names of either
party will do just fine. Similarly, if you are searching for a case by case
number, do not type in the entire length of the case number (e.g.
instead of entering "Miscellaneous criminal Application No. 3 of
2003", you may simply enter "3 of 2003" )
Ensure all your search criteria are spelt correctly. Try to use
alternative spellings of names, words or acronyms appearing in your
Searching in general mode is suited for finding any or all cases that contain a given word, set of words or phrase