ISLAMABAD - Justice Tariq Pervez, a judge of Supreme Court, has urged the judicial officers/rent controllers to dispose of the rent cases as expeditiously as possible so as to mitigate the miseries of parties concerned including the landlord and tenant. He expressed these views in a certificate awarding ceremony of one-week orientation course on, Management of Rent Cases for civil judges/rent controllers from all over Pakistan including Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan, held here in the Federal Judicial Academy (FJA), Islamabad, Saturday. Enlightening the trainee judges with a host of recent rulings passed on by the apex court in rent cases, he said that the objective of all the said Supreme Court rulings was to dispose of the rent cases expeditiously and discourage the inordinate delay which is caused by irrational adjournments. Judges must have to work hard to cut down delays and backlog brought before them, he urged. Regarding the training of the judicial officers/rent controllers, he said that trainings were of utmost importance for the civil judges/rent controllers for their professionalisation. The trainings and orientation courses not only open new avenues of learning for them but also educate the participants about different social and cultural backgrounds they come from, because they get a chance to interact with each other and share their experience and information during that training and that offers great learning and sharing, he opined. He said that learning never comes to an end, adding, sometimes one thinks that he/she has learnt a lot but it was not the case. During his address to the participants, he also interacted with them and got feedback about the orientation course in question. He lauded the professional perspective and acumen of the incumbent Director General of the Academy and opined that his personal and professional strengths and skills had been instrumental to design and develop very essential and timely needed training courses to enlighten and update the information and skills of district judiciary judges.