The correct options are
C Civil Courts - Address private wrongs
D The Munsif - Cases with a value below Rs.2000
The Subordinate Civil Judge (First Class) hears cases involving the amount of Rs. 2000 - Rs. 5000. Meanwhile, the Munsif hears cases with a value below Rs.2000. Courts of Small Cases can hear cases of up to Rs.10000. But this isn’t a fixed amount. Different state governments fix appropriate limits for their courts. Civil Courts handle cases which address private wrongs. These involve land and property, or matrimonial issues, or monetary transactions.‘Family Court’ was set up in 1984. They are present in all cities with a population greater than 10 lakh. It is their duty to settle any and all domestic disputes. This term refers to any quarrel, which may or may not include violence, within a family or between members of the same household. Criminal Courts deal with criminal offences like murder, dacoity, robbery, assault.