1. A person claiming a right to appear before the Court on the hearing of a petition may lodge a caveat in the matter, where such a petition is expected to be lodged or has been lodged. 2. The caveator shall forthwith, after lodging his caveat, give notice thereof to the petitioner, if the petition has been lodged.
Petition for Special Leave to Appeal before Supreme Court 1.(a) The petition for special leave to appeal invoking the extra-ordinary appellate jurisdiction under Article 136 of the Constitution read with Order XXI of the Rules shall be filed in Form No. 28. No separate application for interim relief need be filed and interim prayer, if any, be incorporated in… Read More How to file a Petition for Special Leave to Appeal[SLP]
1. The Chief Justice may appoint one or more Judges to hear, during summer vacation or winter holidays, all matters of urgent nature which, under the Rules, may be heard by a Judge sitting singly, and, wherever necessary, may likewise appoint a Division Court for the hearing of such cases during the vacation, which are required to be heard by… Read More Which Cases Shall be listed before Vacation Court of Supreme Court
Special Reference Case – Ordinarily, the following cases shall be registered as References: 1. Reference under Articles 143(1) and (2) of the Constitution; 2. Reference under Article 317(1) of the Constitution; 3. Reference under Section 11 of the Competition Act, 2002; 4. Reference under Section 14(1) of the Right to Information Act, 2005; 5. Reference under Section… Read More When special reference Cases shall be registered before Supreme Court
Criminal Appeal – Ordinarily, the following cases shall be registered as criminal appeals – (1) appeals by certificate under Articles 132(1) and 134(1)(c) read with Order XX of the Rules; (2) appeal under Article 134(1)(a) and (b) or made any other provision of law under Order XX of the Rules; (3) appeal, upon grant of special leave to… Read More Which cases shall be registered as criminal appeals in Supreme Court
1. A curative petition shall be governed by the judgment of the Court in the case of Rupa Ashok Hurra v. Ashok Hurra and Anr. [2002 (4) SCC 388] and as per Order XLVIII of the Rules. 2. It shall contain specifically that no new grounds have been taken and the grounds mentioned in the petition had been… Read More What is a Curative Petition
‘Senior advocate’ means any advocate so designated under subsection (2) of Section 16 of the Advocates Act, 1961 (25 of 1961), and all such advocates whose names were borne on the roll of the senior advocates of the Court immediately before the commencement of Chapter III of the Advocates Act, 1961;