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decree. Being a void decree, it can be attacked collaterally and the petitioner can set up a defence that
Kerala High Court
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thereby adjudicated upon. The Judgment will be open to collateral attack on the _grounds mentioned in the five clauses ... jurisdictional fact, the Nevada decree is open to the collateral attack that the respondent was not a bona fide resident
Supreme Court of India
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having been filed, it is not open to any collateral attack by means of an 'application Under Section ... Rule 1 Civil Procedure Code is not open to collateral attack in a fresh suit instituted upon leave which
Andhra High Court
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Gujarat High Court A'Bad Cotton Mfg. Co. Ltd. Etc. vs Union Of India And
Gujarat High Court
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Commission as this will amount to a collateral attack on the Public Service Commission and its members who were admittedly ... members as this will amount to a collateral attack on the constitution of the Public Service Commission and the appointment
Kerala High Court
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Corporation can take up such contention by way of collateral attack. Even so, we may proceed to examine the question ... fails. Can the award be challenged by way of collateral attack ? 19. It is evident that the Industrial Tribunal constituted
Gujarat High Court
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Bombay High Court Dr. D.K. Belsare vs Nagpur University on 1 December, 1980 Equivalent
Bombay High Court
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Andhra High Court I.J. Raja Sekhar vs G. Immanuel And Ors. on 24 October
Andhra High Court
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Karnataka High Court Hanumegowda vs Sudarshanachar on 16 September, 1988 Equivalent citations: ILR 1988 KAR
Karnataka High Court
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civil action to initiate a collateral attack on that decision was an abuse of the process of the court ... should be made, which, in the case of a collateral attack in a court of coordinate jurisdiction, was whether
Delhi High Court
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