“The High Court should have intervened and discharged the appellants. But this Court will intervene, being the sentinel on the qui vive.”
Although the instant matter was remanded back to NCDRC to decide on facts, the Supreme Court very well elaborated the cause of action, Doctrine of Merger, principle of Res Judicata and Precedents.
Supreme Court said that the distinction between obiter dicta and ratio decidendi in a judgment, as a proposition of law, has been examined by its several judgments.
Supreme Court: Explaining the doctrine of precedents, the 5-judge Constitution Bench of Indira Banerjee*, Hemant Gupta*, Surya Kant, MM Sundresh and Sudhanshu
by Siddharth R. Gupta† and Mayank Bansal††
Cite as: 2022 SCC OnLine Blog Exp 51
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