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prof s c pratihar (medical practitioner &legal studies)     22 October 2010

limitation act 1963 s.5

condonation of delay;;;;Honble g.s.singhbi andA K Ganguly JJpassed the judgment on feb 26 ,2010 civil appeal  no2075 0f 2010against order passed by Honble GUJ ARAT HIGH COURT.there was delay of1065 days.the high court of gujarate however  condoned  an application of delay.honable supreme court  held;;;to avid dilatory tactics in seeking remedy the expression sufficient cause embodied in section 5 of the limitation act of 1963 so that a liberal approach in condoning the delayfor a short duration while a stricter approachwhere the delay was inordinate might be adopted  to enable the courts  to apply the law in a meeningful manner.condonation of delay wasa held to be erroneously assumed.this is the latest case law in the matter of condonation of delay.


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Arup (UNEMPLOYED)     29 October 2010


please post the sc judgement, if possible, for the benifit of all.

prof s c pratihar (medical practitioner &legal studies)     29 October 2010

kindly go through the judgment ;;;;;oriental aromachemical industries ltd vs   Gujarat indistrial development corporation ;;;;;;;civil appeal no 2075 of 2010------arising out of SLP(C)no.10965 of 2009;;;;sipreme court web site

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