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Neha Goel, Advocate

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Judgments on Maxim Actus Curiae Neminem Gravabit

Thursday, February 11, 2010
Maxim Actus Curiae Neminem Gravabit

Maxim Actus Curiae Neminem Gravabit — Correct scope and applicability of — In a case where on account of the voluntary act of a party, the Court is persuaded to pass an order, the party, held, later on  cannot claim that it has suffered any improvishment due to such order and take benefit of the maxim actus curiae neminem gravabit.

 
Maxim Actus Curiae Neminem Gravabit

Maxim Actus Curiae Neminem Gravabit — Correct scope and applicability of — Held, for applying the maxim, it has to be shown that any party has been prejudiced on account of any order passed by the Court.

 
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