Bombay HC pulls up SBI, its lawyers for being ignorant of basic principles of law [Read Order]November 29 2019
The Bombay High Court recently pulled up State Bank of India (SBI), its officers and the law firm engaged by it for being ignorant of basic principles of law, owing to which it was constrained to defer hearing in a writ petition filed challenging the Bank's actions.
"In the absence of effective assistance to the Court by learned counsel for Respondent No.2 (SBI), we are constrained to defer hearing in the Writ Petition, but at the outset, would be failing if . . .
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