Indian Constitution Short Questions

What is the difference between Articles 136 and Articles 132-135 of the Indian Constitution?

The difference between Article 136 and Articles 132-135 of the constitution is (1) under Article 132 to 135 appeal can be entertained by the supreme court only against the final order. But under Article 136, the word order is not qualified by the adjective final and hence the court can grant special leave to appeal ..

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What is contained in Article 136 of the Indian Constitution?

Under Article 136 of the constitution the Supreme Court is authorised to grant in its discretion special leave to appeal from (a) any judgment, decree, determination, sentence or order (b) in any case or matter, (c) passed or made by any court or tribunal in the territory of India. The only exception to this power ..

When shall an appeal lie to the Supreme Court in civil cases?

Article 133 of the constitution provides that an appeal shall lie to the supreme court from any judgment, decree of final order in a civil proceeding of a high court only if the high court certifies [under Article 134-a]:- (a) that the case involves a substantial question of law of general importance; and (b) that ..

When shall an appeal lie to the Supreme Court in criminal cases without a certificate of a High Court?

An appeal lies to the Supreme Court without the certificate of the high court if the High Court: —- (a) has an appeal reversed an order of acquittal of an accused person and sentenced him to death; (b) has withdrawn for trial before itself any case from any court subordinate to it authority and has ..

What is the object of new Article 134-A of the Indian Constitution?

The object of the new Article 134-A the high court can grant a certificate for appeal to the supreme court under Article 132 either on its own motion or on oral application of the aggrieved party immediately after passing the judgment, decree of final order. Prior to this, the high court could do so only ..

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