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This paper focuses the early administration of justice in Bombay. The judicial system in Bombay was designed primarily to administer justice to the English men. The charter of 1668 conferred full powers, privileges and jurisdiction on the company so that it could make laws, ordinances and constitutions for the good governance of the island. The judicial reforms of 1670 reorganized the old judicial set-up of Bombay. The Judicial Plan of 1672, declaring the introduction of English law in to the Bombay Presidency. A new period in the judicial history of Bombay began with the revival and inauguration of a Court of Judicature on 1718 by the Governor.