Advocate Sushila
FORMULATION OF SUBSTANTIAL QUESTION OF LAW TO DECIDE SECOND APPEAL IS A MANDATORY REQUIREMENT
Advocate Sushila Ram 29 Aug 2020

FORMULATION OF SUBSTANTIAL QUESTION OF LAW TO DECIDE SECOND APPEAL IS A MANDATORY REQUIREMENT

Recently, the Hon’ble #SupremeCourt of India in the case of Nazir Mohamed v. J. Kamala, (Civil Appeal Nos. 2843-2844 of 2010), passed a Judgment on 27.08.2020, and held that formulation of #substantialquestionoflaw by the #HighCourt is mandatory and mere reference to the ground mentioned in Memorandum of Second Appeal cannot satisfy the mandate of Section 100 of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908 (‘#CPC, 1908’).


To read more, please visit the link below:


http://www.theindianlawyer.in/blog/2020/08/29/formulation-of-substantial-question-of-law-to-decide-second-appeal-is-a-mandatory-requirement/


#appeal #highcourt #supremecourt #questionoflaw #substantial

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