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Section 482 – the inherent power but with circumscription


Naresh Thacker Partner | Mumbai

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Economic Laws Practice (ELP)’s Naresh Thacker, Partner and Rajashree Ram, Principal Associate in their article with BW Legal World discuss the scope, ambit and circumstances under which a High Court can exercise its inherent powers under Section 482 of the Code. Authors also shed light on the principles laid down in the recent Supreme Court judgement in the case of M/s Neeharika Infrastructure Pvt. Ltd. v State of Maharashtra with respect to Section 482 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973.

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