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Oct 15 1919 (PC)

In Re: Jivanlal Varajrai Desai

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Oct-15-1919

Reported in : (1920)22BOMLR13

..... or to consider that it was improper that a pleader or advocate should remain as a practitioner of the court, although the acts complained of do not involve an imputation of general infamy or bad character. this pledge, however, can be said to involve, if not directly, certainly indirectly, the professional character ..... when it was started, it is absolutely incompatible with their duties as lawyers to the high court that they should continue to take part in it.18. sir chimanlal did indeed say that it might be that the satyagraha movement would receive its quietus. he hoped and trusted that ..... controversy. the plain issue is what all the duties of the respondents to this court ?17. i have waited in vain for any acknowledgment on the part of , the respondents that they have realised in the events which have happened, that, however harmless and constitutional they may , have considered this movement ..... on the 10th and 11th april at ahmedabad and, though i do not for a moment suggest that any of the respondents took any part either directly or indirectly in those riots, it is a matter of common knowledge that there had been several meetings attended by thousands of ..... by the district judge, runs as follows:-being conscientiously of opinion that the bills known as the indian criminal law (amendment) bill i of 1919 and the criminal law (emergency powers) bill ii of 1919 are unjust, subversive of the principles of liberty and justice, and destructive of the elementary rights of .....

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Oct 15 1919 (PC)

In Re: Jivanlal Varajray Desai and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Oct-15-1919

Reported in : (1920)ILR64Bom418

..... or to consider that it was improper that a pleader or advocate should remain as a practitioner of the court, although the acts complained of do not involve an imputation of general infamy or bad character. this pledge, however, can be said to involve, if not directly, certainly indirectly, the professional diameter ..... it was started, it is absolutely incompatible with their duties as lawyers to the high court that they should continue to take part in it.18. sir chimanlal did indeed say that it might be that the satyagraha movement would receive its quietus. he hoped and trusted that ..... the plain issue is what are the duties of the respondents to this court?17. i have waited in vain for any acknowledgment on the part of the respondents that they have realised in the events which have happened, that, however harmless and constitutional they may have considered this movement when ..... riots on the 10th and 11th april at ahmedabad and, though i do not for a moment suggest that any of the 'respondents took any part either directly or indirectly in those riots, it is a matter of common knowledge that there had been, several meetings attended by thousands of ..... us by the district judge, runs as follows:being conscientiously of opinion that the bills known as the indian criminal law (amendment) bill i of 1919 and the criminal law (emergency powers) bill ii of 1919 are unjust, subversive of the principles of liberty and justice, and destructive of the elementary rights of .....

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