“The instant case is a glaring case where the petitioners took a time of two decades to complete their evidence and thereafter, the respondents are regularly seeking time to produce their evidence since last more than twenty years.”
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Madras High Court said that the High Court cannot issue directions for speedy disposal unless there is a justification or acceptable reason for issuing any such directions. The Court concerned is expected to regulate its own procedures in respect of the cases for effective disposal.
Bombay High Court: Bharati Dangre, J. while hearing a bail application of a man accused of raping and impregnating a 14-year-old in
Supreme Court: Clarifying the legal position on expiry of stay, the 3-judge bench of RF Nariman, Navin Sinha and KM Joseph, JJ
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Uttaranchal High Court: A Division Bench comprising of Rajiv Sharma and Lok Pal Singh, JJ. allowed a writ petition directing the Central
Supreme Court: In order to ensure that the civil or criminal proceedings do not remain pending for unduly period at the trial
Supreme Court: Taking note of the fact that at present, thirty four Debt Recovery Tribunals and five Appellate Tribunals are functioning in
Bombay High Court: In a case dealing with petitions pending admission before the High Court filed under the Companies Act, 1956 where
Supreme Court: In the PIL that sought for possible structural reforms in the Indian Judicial System, the bench of T.S. Thakur, CJ,