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Section 4 – Abolition of Privy Council Jurisdiction Act, 1949

Abolition of Privy Council Jurisdiction Act, 1949

 

 

4. Continuance of Privy Council jurisdiction in certain pending cases.

 

Nothing contained in section 2-shall affect the jurisdiction of His Majesty in Council to dispose of-

 

(a) any Indian appeal or petition on which the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has before the. appointed day delivered judgment or, as the case may be, reported to His Majesty, but which has not been determined by an Order in Council of His Majesty; or

 

(b) any Indian appeal or petition on which the Judicial Committee has afterhearing the parties, reserved judgment or order; or

 

(c) any Indian appeal which has been entered before the appointed day in the list of business of the Judicial Committee for the Michaelmas sittings of the year 1949 and which after that day is not directed to be removed there from, by or under the authority of the Judicial Committee; or

 

(d) any Indian petition which has been lodged before the appointed day in the Registry of the Privy Council.

 

 

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