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Nov 27 1964 (HC)

Manmohan Singh Vs. Mst. Surjeet Kaur

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Nov-27-1964

Reported in : 1965CriLJ211

..... before the panchayati adalats, the panchayati adalats cannot by any stretch of imagination be construed to be a court either within the meaning of the letters patent or within the meaning of section 104 of the state cons- station.6. for these reasons, therefore, we are satisfied that the present application before ..... case or appeal from any court to any other court of equal or superior jurisdiction' clearly indicate that the courts contemplated by clause 18 of the letters patent are only those courts which are subordinate to the high court. further-more under section 2 (a) of the jammu and kashmir village panchayat act, ..... panchayat act against the background of these facts, it is difficult to hold that this court has power to transfer cases under the letters patent only. the letters patent contemplates only transfer of cases of such courts which under the law of the land are subordinate to the high court, and that is ..... to the jurisdiction of some officer or court.it would appear that the language of this clause is almost similar to clause 22 of the letters patent of the allahabad high court. it is manifest that under the jammu and kashmir village panchayat act, the panchayati adalats are in no way subordinate ..... contended by the learned counsel for the petitioner that even if section 26 did not apply this court had powers under clause 18 of the letters patent to transfer a case from one panchayati adalat to another. a similar argument was pot forward in sat narain v. sarju reported as a i .....

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