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Doctrine Of Proportionality | Constitutional Courts Cannot Be Disproportionately Harsh To Arguable Guilts Of Litigants: Karnataka High Court

Doctrine Of Proportionality | Constitutional Courts Cannot Be Disproportionately Harsh To Arguable Guilts Of Litigants: Karnataka High Court

The Karnataka High Court has observed that Constitutional Courts cannot be disproportionately harsh to the arguable guilt of the litigants. A division bench of Justice Krishna S.Dixit and Justice ...

2 Jun 2022 1:00 PM GMT
Titles Like Raja Cant Be Used In Courts, Public Offices Etc As They Are Prohibited Under Articles 14, 18 & 363A Of Constitution : Rajasthan High Court

Titles Like 'Raja' Can't Be Used In Courts, Public Offices Etc As They Are Prohibited Under Articles 14, 18 & 363A Of Constitution : Rajasthan High Court

The Rajasthan High Court, Jaipur Bench, has held that the use of salutations and titles such as 'Raja', 'Nawab' and 'Rajkumar' in constitutional courts, all other Courts, tribunals, public offices of ...

3 March 2022 5:22 AM GMT