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Restore set aside CrPc.125

Andhra High Court C. Subramanyam vs C. Sumathi And Anr. on 17 October, 2003 Bench: B Nazki, K Bhanu JUDGMENT Bilal Nazki, J 1. This is the reference made by a learned Single Judge of this Court on 12.2.2002 in respect of order dated 19.7.2001…

Quashing of F.I.R – Inherent Powers of High court

INTRODUCTION: Inherent powers of the High Courts are the powers which are not additional to the powers conferred upon the High Courts. The most important aspect of such power is the Quashing of FIR by the court . The state high courts in India have…

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