"Frankenstein's monster that may devour the judicial system": Madras HC on advocates' turf warJuly 20 2018
“’The profession of law has become a cut-throat competition’. What is the proof for this statement? This case is the proof.”
So begins an order passed by Justice PN Prakash of the Madras High Court, in a case involving duplication of insurance claims, a suspicious FIR, and reports of missing motor accident case files.
Calling for urgent reform, the Court commented,
“What next? Can this Court . . .
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