Raghavendra Swamy Mutt vs. Uttaradi Mutt - Supreme Court

 Raghavendra Swamy Mutt vs. Uttaradi Mutt - Supreme Court Important Judgment 2016 - 

 

On 30th March, in the case of Raghavendra Swamy Mutt vs. Uttaradi Mutt [Civil Appeal No.3190 of 2016], it was held that “the High Court cannot admit a second appeal without examining whether it raises any substantial question of law for admission and thereafter, it is obliged to formulate the substantial question of law. Solely because the Court has the jurisdiction to pass an ex parte order, it does not empower it not to formulate the substantial question of law for the purpose of admission, defer the date of admission and pass an order of stay or grant an interim relief. That is not the scheme of CPC after its amendment in 1976 and that is not the tenor of precedents of this Court.”

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