Can high court review its order in a writ petition under Article 226?

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  • #2603

    Can supreme court review its order in a writ petition under Article 32 on the grounds of principles of natural justice?
    Regards
    KS REDDY

  • #2607

    What exactly is your question? Heading of your question asks about review of high court decision under Article 226. On the other hand, the main body of the question asks about review of Supreme Court decision under Article 32 of the Constitution!!!

    Do you really have a case for such issue or are asking an academic questions?     


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  • #2649

    sir,
    heading mistake was done by me
    supreme court delivered non-speaking order in SLP civil partition matter without giving opportunity to all parties
    what is procedure to file the writ petition/ Review petition or recall petition…?

  • #2650

    You’ll have to file a review petition in the Supreme Court.

    Please see PART-IV – ORDER XLVII – REVIEW (at page 51) of the Supreme Court Rules, 2013, which is available online at this link. Here, you’ll find the relevant provisions in the Supreme Court Rules about filing a review petition. Else, you may engage an advocate in the Supreme Court for this purpose.

         


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  • #2743

    is there any Limitation…?

    • #2745

      It appears that you have not read page 51 of the Supreme Court Rules, the link to which was given by me in my previous reply and I had stated that rules for Review Petitions are given on that page. In the second paragraph itself, on that page, under Review, it is clearly mentioned that the limitation for filing review petition is 30 days. Please read that page.     


      Dr. Ashok Dhamija is a New Delhi based Supreme Court Advocate and author of law books. Read more about him by clicking here. List of his Forum Replies. List of his other articles. List of his Quora Answers.

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