KULDIP RASTOGI AND ANOTHER Vs. VISHVA NATH KHANNA – Contempt of Courts Act, 1971 — Section — 12(3), 13 — ‘Willful’ disobedience — Meaning of ‘willful’ has the same meaning in the law of contempt as in other branches of the law. no reason why in the matter of contempt it should have some special or peculiar meaning, the ordinary meaning of willful,’ as defined in the Concise Oxford Dictionary, is that for which compulsion or ignorance or accident cannot be Pleaded as an excuse, intentional, deliberate ……….’.
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