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 even from interlocutory order.
(2) under Article 132 to 134 appeal lies only against the final order of the high court ; while under Article 136 the supreme court can grant special leave for appeal from any court or tribunal viz. from any subordinate court below the high court, even without following the usual procedure of filling appeal in the high court or even where the law applicable to the dispute high court or even where the law applicable to the dispute does not make provision for such an appeal.
(3) under Article 134 to 134 an appeal can lie in the supreme court only against any judgment, decree, determination sentence or order of any court or tribunal, but under Article 136 an appeal may lie against any case or matter.