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Jul 16 1979 (HC)

Rajinder Singh Etc. Vs. Kultar Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-16-1979

Reported in : AIR1980P& H1

..... legislature had no power to abolish it as part of the high court's general jurisdiction. it may, however, be observed that the learned judge left open the question whether the impugned law was a law relating to the general jurisdiction of the high court-or whether it was a law in respect of 'land' (entry 18 list ii) in respect of which the state legislature could ..... bill passed by the state legislature for the assent of the president does not arise. further, the legislature being competent to amend the existing law and the relevant central acts themselves envisaging the effecting of changes in the law governing the jurisdiction of the high court by the competent legislative body, the amendments effected by the punjab state legislature in the punjab courts ..... the judge who passed the judgment declared that the case was a fit one for appeal. on the amalgamation of the high court at allahabad and the chief court in oudh and the constitution of one high court by the name of the high court of judicature at allahabad (referred to in the u. p. high courts (amalgamation) order, 1948 as ..... the high court over the courts subordinate to it while exercising its legislative powers as the legislative power were subject to other provisions of the constitution, and that the impugned acts having taken away the first appellate jurisdiction of the high court completely, which had been conferred an the high court under its letters patent, were unconstitutional.i am afraid, i .....

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