case law on judgment writting


case law on judgment writting

 It must be realised that every judge would have his own way of dealing with issues and evidence which come up before him. Except for insisting on compliance to legal requirements of a judgment, it would be improper to expect the judges to write their judgments in any fixed format or apply any fixed formula for evaluating such judgments. It would not be necessary for a Judge to reproduce the entire evidence in the judgment or to consider it line by line. The judgment should only indicate that the Judge has applied his mind to the evidence from the reasons which he gives, and from the conclusions drawn. On this count the impugned judgment does not fail.

Bombay High Court
M/S. Shree Krishna Trading ... vs Arvind S/O. Wamanrao Nagpurkar on 6 August, 2009
Bench: R. C. Chavan



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