"Most of the times, the winner turns out to be the actual loser", Bombay HC on the costs of judicial delays [Read Judgment]

Omkar Gokhale September 10 2019
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The Bombay High Court recently had occasion to take special note of the judicial delays that plague the system, while dealing with a three-decade old property dispute. The Court remarked,

"Courts and delays are correlatives; they go together. The reasons are a legion. They range from infrastructural inadequacies to insufficient adjudicators to protracted procedures to plain misplaced priorities.... 

Given the enormous and inevitable delays in judicial adjudication, most of the times, the winner . . .

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