Monday, March 16, 2015

Orders dated 10.03.2015


Dear member, 

UPON hearing the counsel on 10.03.2015, the Hon'ble Supreme Court has  passed the following orders in the matter :-

ORDER

Perused the letters circulated in terms of order dated 10.02.2015, the Amicus Curiae was required to submit requisite report within a period of four weeks. Ms Anitha Shenoy, learned Co-Amicus Curiae further seeks 4 weeks more time for compliance of the order.
By way of last indulgence, we allow time till 10th April, 2015.
The matter be placed within a week thereafter.
Now, the case may likely to be listed on
15.04.2015
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Thanks & regards,

RAKESH VERMA

Secretary

Friday, February 13, 2015

Orders dated 10.02.2015

Dear member, 

On 10.02.2015, the Hon'ble Supreme Court has  passed the following orders in the matter :-

UPON hearing the counsel the Court made the following

O R D E R

We have perused the preliminary report of the learned Amicus Curiae. At the outset, we make it clear that the report that the learned Amicus Curiae is required to submit to the Court is a compilation of the relevant facts in seriatum indicating, inter alia, the claims and counter-claims of the various parties before the Court and the orders passed with regard to the same. The learned Amicus Curiae is not required to give any hearing to any of the contesting parties or to take any material or application(s)/document(s) from any of such parties. The report to be submitted by the learned Amicus Curiae will be solely on the basis of the materials already on record. The above clarification has become necessary in view of certain submissions made before us.

Having considered the preliminary report of the learned Amicus Curiae, we appoint Ms. Anitha Shenoy, Advocate-on-Record as the co-Amicus Curiae who will inspect the records along with a team of junior advocates of her choice. Thereafter, in consultation with Shri Raju Ramachandran, learned Amicus Curiae, the requisite report will be submitted within a period of four weeks from today.

It is stated at the Bar that Writ petition (Civil) Nos.1064/2014, 2/2015, 3/2015 and 6/2015 are similar to the present matters and may be heard along with the present matters. It is ordered accordingly.

List the matters on 10th March, 2015.

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Thanks & regards,

RAKESH VERMA

Secretary