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Supreme Court Relinquishes 2-Yr old Blanket Ban Restraining Other Courts from Hearing Disputes Related to BCCI, State Cricket Associations

Lawstreet Journal 15 Dec 2020 8:31pm

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The Supreme Court relinquished its approximately two-year-old blanket ban restraining other courts from hearing disputes associated with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and state cricket associations. 

The Supreme Court, using its authority on March 14, 2019, had repressed all lower courts across the country from taking up or proceeding with any matter related to cash-rich BCCI and the state cricket associations until the mediation process by the court designated mediator and senior advocate P S Narasimha put forward his response on the disputes pending.

The Supreme Court had appointed Mr. P. S. Narasimha, learned senior counsel, as amicus curiae (friend of the court) by its order dated 14.03.2019 and by the assent of all the parties to act as a mediator and work out the disputes between the parties within the Intervening applications. 

The Supreme Court directed that regardless, no matter pertaining to the BCCI or any State Cricket Association shall be entertained by any Court until a report was submitted by the amicus curiae (friend of the court). 

The learned amicus curiae (friend of the court) had several meetings with the parties representing the State Cricket Associations, the representatives of the clubs, other members who had grievances and therefore the Committee of Administrators.

The bench noted that "The amicus curiae (friend of the court) had set forth a report on 09.05.2019 to the supreme Court after completing its process of mediation. Most of the State Associations showed resentment with the Lodha Committee's report as accepted by this Court by its… Continue Reading...


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