The order of the Supreme Court is a judicial order, and is otherwise enforceable throughout the territory of India under Article 142 of the Constitution. The High Court is bound to come in aid of the Supreme Court in having its order worked out. While the High Court is independent, and is a co- equal institution, the Constitutional scheme and judicial discipline requires that the High Court should give due regard to the orders of the Supreme Court which are binding on all courts within the territory of India.
The e-Committee, Supreme Court of India has released the Draft Model Rules for Live-Streaming and Recording of Court Proceedings and has invited inputs, feedback and suggestions on it from all the stakeholders. The Draft Model Rule sare available on the e-committee website [Click the link to Download the Draft Model Rules for Live-Streaming and Recording of Court Proceedings https://ecommitteesci.gov.in/document/draft-model-rules-for-live-streaming-and-recording-ofcourt-proceedings/). The e-Committee of Supreme Court of India along with the Department of Justice, Government of India is working under the National Policy and Action Plan for implementation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in the Indian Judiciary.
A WRIT PETITION IN PUBLIC INTEREST UNDER ARTICLE 32 OF THE CONSTITUTION OF INDIA SEEKING CANCELLATION OF THE ENTIRE ALLOTMENT OF PLOTS OF LAND BY BHUBNESWAR DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY AND CUTTACK DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY TO GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS, M.P.S, M.L.A.S, JUDGES AND OTHERS THROUGH DISCRETIONARY QUOTA SINCE 1991 AND SEEKING A THOROUGH COURT MONITORED CBI INVESTIGATION OF ABUSE OF OFFICIAL POSITION BY CONCERNED OFFICIALS AND MINISTER(S) IN ODISHA STATE IN ALLOTMENT OF LAND THROUGH DISCRETIONARY QUOTA
As constitutional adjudication occupies a place of its own, it always merits consideration as to whether there should be a separate constitutional court, as is the position in about 55 countries of the world (Austria established the world’s first separate constitutional court in 1920), or at least the Supreme Court should have a Constitutional Division. Many continental countries have constitutional courts as well as final courts of appeal called courts of cassation (Cour de Cassation in French) for adjudication of non-constitutional matters. A court of cassation is the judicial court of last resort and has power to quash (casser in French) or reverse decisions of the inferior courts.
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Judicial Committe The Mayor of the City of Lyons vs Honourable the East India Company APPEAL FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF JUDICATURE AT FORT WILLIAM IN BENGAL 1836 The Mayor of the City of Lyons, in the Kingdom of France,…
The aim and scope of this Code is to regulate the principles pertaining to the structure of the Constitutional Court, its duties, trial procedures, President, deputy presidents and the selection of its members, disciplinary and staffing affairs and rapporteurs, deputy rapporteurs and the quality, appointment, duties and responsibilities of their staff, their disciplinary and staffing affairs.
The Supreme Court is not - according to the original or the rule - a court ruling in the litigation, but rather a complaint against the court that issued the contested judgment, as it prosecutes the judgment in terms of the validity of the application of legal and legal rules and their interpretation, as well as in terms of the procedures followed in the trial, Without interfering with the facts or the evidence.
Bona fide criticism of a judgment, albeit of the highest court of the land, is certainly permissible, but thwarting, or encouraging persons to thwart, the directions or orders of the highest court cannot be countenanced in our Constitutional scheme of things.
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA Re: Filling up vacancies of Judges in the Supreme Court. Against the sanctioned Judge-strength of thirty-four, the Supreme Court of India is presently functioning with thirty Judges, leaving four clear vacancies. The Collegium has extensively deliberated…