Today law points  [2/4, 08:28] K. Selvaraj Mhc Advt: 04.02.2021: K. Selvaraj MHC Adv – Introduction to my Writings: This is my humble attempt in sharing my experience and learning received from the Hon’ble Judges of our High Court, our respected Senior Advocates, my Seniors, my guides as well as my fellow colleagues in the legal profession with the new entrants in the legal profession and it is only for their benefit and learning. Owing to my limitations in this vast field of law, I humbly request everybody involved in this noble profession to aid, correct and guide me in my endeavour to pass on the knowledge of Law, the nuances of our profession and our experiences to our younger generation lawyers. Today’s Law Notes:- The powers and jurisdiction of High Court under Article 226 cannot be taken away or curtailed by any Law or Legislation, even if a Statute says that the decision of an authority or inferior Tribunal is final under the Statute. 1) Dena Bank Vs. Kiritikumar T. Patel [(1999) 2 SCC 106] 2) State of Haryana Vs. Haryana Co-operative Transport Ltd. [(1977) 1 SCC 271] 3) In re Kerala Education Bill [AIR 1958 SC 956] [2/4, 08:32] Sekarreporter1: ..

Today law points

[2/4, 08:28] K. Selvaraj Mhc Advt: 04.02.2021: K. Selvaraj MHC Adv – Introduction to my Writings:
This is my humble attempt in sharing my experience and learning received from the Hon’ble Judges of our High Court, our respected Senior Advocates, my Seniors, my guides as well as my fellow colleagues in the legal profession with the new entrants in the legal profession and it is only for their benefit and learning. Owing to my limitations in this vast field of law, I humbly request everybody involved in this noble profession to aid, correct and guide me in my endeavour to pass on the knowledge of Law, the nuances of our profession and our experiences to our younger generation lawyers.

Today’s Law Notes:-

The powers and jurisdiction of High Court under Article 226 cannot be taken away or curtailed by any Law or Legislation, even if a Statute says that the decision of an authority or inferior Tribunal is final under the Statute.

1) Dena Bank Vs. Kiritikumar T. Patel
[(1999) 2 SCC 106]

2) State of Haryana Vs. Haryana Co-operative Transport Ltd.
[(1977) 1 SCC 271]

3) In re Kerala Education Bill
[AIR 1958 SC 956]
[2/4, 08:32] Sekarreporter1: ..

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