In Contempt jurisdiction, Court should confine itself to four corners of order allegedly disobeyed, SC [Read Judgment]February 8 2019
The Supreme Court recently reiterated that the Court must be circumspect while exercising its contempt jurisdiction, to ensure that it does not traverse beyond the four corners of the order which was allegedly disobeyed.
Placing reliance on the case of Sudhir Vasudeva, Chairman and Managing Director, Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited and others v M George Ravishekaran and others, the Bench of Justices R Banumathi and Indira Banerjee noted,
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