Court : Madhya Pradesh
Decided on : Aug-05-1964
Reported in : AIR1965MP15; 1964MPLJ893
..... 266, which has theeffect of either reviving or leaving the controversy beforethe inferior tribunal for adjudication, can be regarded asa judgment or final order under article 133 of the constitution?' the full bench answered the question by saying that proceedings under article 226 are original in nature and must be distinguished from proceedings of the high court in appellate jurisdiction ..... , freedom of movement, freeedom of speech and expression, freedom of assembly, freedom of association and freedom of trade, profession or business, or relates to civil rights which appertain to citizenship, or relates to a statutory right of civil nature which s citizen has, then clearly the proceedings under article 226 are civil proceedings.it makes no difference to the nature ..... english courts, it is modelled on the saidwrits mainly to enable the high courts to keep the subordinate tribunals within bounds.' the supreme court then pointed out that before the constitution, the chartered high courts were issuing prerogative writs similar to those issued by the king's bench division, subject to the same limitations imposed on the said writs, noted ..... final order has been considered in a number of cases. while considering this question with reference to section 205 of the government of india act, 1935, the federal court said in mohd. amin bros. ltd. v. dominion of india, air 1950 fc 77 that-'the expression 'final order' has been used in contradistinction to what is known as 'interlocutory order' and .....Tag this Judgment!