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Constitution Of India 1949 227. Power of superintendence over all courts by the High Court (1) Every High Court shall ... article shall be deemed to confer on a High Court powers of superintendence over any court or tribunal constituted
Central Government Act
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that the inherent jurisdiction includes the High Court's power to whittle down and also quash ongoing criminal prosecution provided ... Constitution of India gives the High Court the power of superintendence over all courts and tribunals throughout the territories
Punjab-Haryana High Court
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heard. (6) A High Court or Court of Session acting in the exercise of its powers of revision under section ... reads as follows : “S. 482. Saving of inherent power of High Court.—Nothing in this Code shall be deemed
Supreme Court of India
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refers to revisional powers of the High Court in all cases or only refers to revisional powers against interlocutory orders ... sections following section 435 . Apart from the revisional power, the High Court possessed and possesses the inherent powers
Supreme Court of India
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dealt with under the said rules. 33. The High Court's power of superintendence under Article 227 of the Constitution ... India Act, 1915 was structured as follows: "107. Powers of High Court with respect to subordinate Courts. - Each
Supreme Court of India
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itself defines the outer-limits of the High Court's power of control over the District Courts and courts subordinate ... such law. [1052C] There is no power in the High Court to pass a law though rules made
Supreme Court of India
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Section 401 of the code gives to every High Court power of revision Sub-Section (1) of the said section ... High Court. On a preliminary objection raised on the maintainability, this Court held that power of the High Court
Supreme Court of India
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Revision application to High Court for expunging remarks from judgment of Lower Court-Extent of inherent power of High Court ... Madras High Court in In re Public Prosecutor (4), holds that an appellate Court has power to expunge remarks
Supreme Court of India
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Government Act Section 10 in The Delhi High Court Act, 1966 10. Powers of Judges. (1) Where a single Judge ... exercise of those powers shall, with the necessary modifications, apply in relation to the High Court of Delhi
Central Government Act
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SC1933 (24) ACT: Fundamental Right, Enforcement of--Power of High Court to issue writs against the Government of India--Constitution ... throughout the territory of India 'and therefore every High Court has power to issue a writ against
Supreme Court of India
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