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NaThe Singh and ors. Vs. Emperor - Court Judgment

LegalCrystal Citation
SubjectCivil
CourtAllahabad
Decided On
Reported inAIR1927All829
AppellantNaThe Singh and ors.
RespondentEmperor
Cases ReferredSharif Ahamad v. Qabul Singh A.I.R.
Excerpt:
- - in future, therefore, failure on the part of the applicant to submit his application through the lower court will operate as a bar to the application being entertained by the high court......sessions judge. it is admitted that no such application has been made, although it is claimed that the fact that an appeal was made to the district magistrate ought to be sufficient. that is, however, quite a different matter. it has been decided by a bench of this court in sharif ahamad v. qabul singh a.i.r. 1921 all. 30 that so far as the practice of the high court in the matter of applications for revision on the criminal side is concerned, an application to the lower court should be considered an essential step in the procedure. in future, therefore, failure on the part of the applicant to submit his application through the lower court will operate as a bar to the application being entertained by the high court. in view of this decision, i am precluded from tearing the application.....
Judgment:

Kendall, J.

1. A preliminary objection has been taken to this application on the ground that no application has been made for revision to the Sessions Judge. It is admitted that no such application has been made, although it is claimed that the fact that an appeal was made to the District Magistrate ought to be sufficient. That is, however, quite a different matter. It has been decided by a Bench of this Court in Sharif Ahamad v. Qabul Singh A.I.R. 1921 All. 30 that so far as the practice of the High Court in the matter of applications for revision on the criminal side is concerned, an application to the lower Court should be considered an essential step in the procedure. In future, therefore, failure on the part of the applicant to submit his application through the lower Court will operate as a bar to the application being entertained by the High Court. In view of this decision, I am precluded from tearing the application at this stage. It is, therefore, dismissed.


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