Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Mar-14-1986
Reported in : AIR1986SC1272; (1986)88BOMLR432; 1986(1)SCALE681; 1986Supp(1)SCC401; 1SCR731; 1986(2)LC319(SC)
..... the constitution contain inbuilt rule-making power and, therefore, after the coming into force of the constitution, the authority to make rules is not required to be traced to section 108 of the government of india act, 1915, but resides ..... maharashtra'. by section 28 of the bombay reorganisation act, a separate high court was formed for the state of gujarat from the appointed day. section 28(1) of that act further provided that 'the high court of bombay shall become the high court for the state of maharashtra (hereinafter referred to as 'the high court of bombay').' section 41 of the bombay reorganisation act ..... judicium (see jowitt's 'dictionary of english law', second edn., p. 1438). a writ de non procedendo rege inconsulte was issued at the intervention of the king to withdraw from the cognizance of the ..... part v provides as follows :147. interpretation. -in this chapter and in chapter v of part vi, references to any substantial question of law as to the interpretation of this constitution shall be construed as ..... not until february 18, 1665, that bombay was handed over to the british.33. upon obtaining possession of the island of bombay, charles ii, in return for a substantial loan by a charter dated march 27, 1668 ..... power of superintendence under the provisions of section one hundred and seven of the government of india act, 1915, or in the exercise of criminal jurisdiction)'. by letters patent dated december 9, 1927, published in the bombay government gazette dated february 2, 1928 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Decided on : Dec-05-1986
Reported in : AIR1987Raj83; 1987(1)WLN272
..... also been placed on deepak thanwardas balwani v. state of maharashtra 1985 cri lj 23 (bom) wherein it has been held as under :'in its inherent powers as provided in section 482, the high court can review or revise its judgment ..... and be assisted by a friend.'reliance has also been placed on the board of trustees of the port of bombay v. dilipkumar raghavendranath nadkarni, air 1983 sc 109, wherein it has been held as under :'in this connection ..... an order of detention proven to be mala fide. fortunately, after the constitution (forty-fourth) amendment act, which has made article 21 non-suspendable even during an emergency, no court can now deny to any person, at anytime, the ..... preference as against a narrow reading of the words used. indeed, this approach is a version of the plain meaning rule, and has judicial sanction. in huttonv. phillips, (1948-45 del 156) the supreme court or delaware said : ..... vacuum. he, therefore, submitted that because of these preliminary objections, point, referred to, need not be answered.6. we have given our thoughtful consideration to the preliminary objections. in the instant case the accused who filed the ..... make an order that the appeal should be re-heard after giving the appellant or his counsel a reasonable opportunity of being heard in support of the same.' in this case their lordships considered the various cases before coming to the conclusion that the court has a power to rehearing the case. reference was then made to emperor v. shivadatt, (1928 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Andhra Pradesh
Decided on : Apr-08-1986
Reported in : AIR1987AP254
..... england under which the high courts of allahabad, bombay, calcutta and madras were constituted, those courts were given power to admit advocates, vakils and attorneys and also make rules for qualifications of those practitioners. the legal practitioners act, xviii of 1879, is the first of ..... of this country. (2) the said common law right is not abrogated by s. 171, contract act. (3) section 171, contract act, enacts a special rule of lien applicable exclusively to attorneys who are also known as solicitors. (4) the other practitioners, who ..... are occasions where courts have to examine whether the claim of the practitioner for retaining the papers of the client for non-payment of fee constitute professional misconduct. in bijili sahab v. dadhamia bhalambal, air 1936 mad 48 venkata subba rao ..... the counsel demanding return of the files but respondent 2 did not return the files and hence these petitions.5-6. counter affidavits were filed by the advocate denying the allegations and stating that he was regularly attending to the ..... tamil nadu bar council and also maharashtra bar council proposing to include a rule providing for lien. it is stated from the bar that the a.p. state bar council also proposed amendment of the rules on the lines recommended by tamil ..... high court held in powers of advocates, in re (1929) ilr 52 mad 92 : (air 1928 mad 1182) that r. 128, insolvency rules, prohibiting an advocate to act in insolvency jurisdiction was held to be ultra vires as he can both act and plead in .....Tag this Judgment!