Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Oct-29-1991
Reported in : AIR1992SC320; JT1991(6)SC184; 1991(2)SCALE844; (1991)4SCC699; Supp2SCR1
..... a consequence of certain acts, and the decision of his claim is dependent on the adjudication of a dispute covered by article 262 or article 363. he does not have a legal remedy before the courts. similarly a member of parliament or of a state legislature who may have a ..... ii) the government has considerable control not only on the ultimate result of the proceedings but also on parliamentary time which enables them to prevent motions for an address from being adopted if it suits them.(iii) the legislative procedure is not adequate for adjudicative fact-finding; and(iv ..... 5. certain allegations of financial improprieties and irregularities were made against justice v. ramaswami, when he was the chief justice of the high court of punjab & haryana. there were certain audit reports concerning certain items of purchases and other expenditure. the then chief justice of india, justice sabyasachi mukharji, ..... constitution of the two houses of the parliament and the legislatures of the states, the people of the country are involved more directly, through process of election and any dispute arising therefrom is finally settled judicially. when it comes to a disqualification of a sitting member, the matter is dealt with ..... commission consisting of mr. justice ivan c. rand, a retired judge of the supreme court of canada was appointed under the inquiries act r.s.c. 1952 c. 154 to conduct an enquiry. after considering the report of the said commission, a joint committee of the houses recommended removal .....Tag this Judgment!