Principles of Natural Justice were Complied, not inclined to Exercise Discretionary Jurisdiction: Madras HC Directs to approach Appellate Authority [Read Order]

The court declined exercise discretionary jurisdiction but allowed the petitioner to file a statutory appeal within the original period of limitation
Madras High Court - Madras HC - Principles of Natural Justice - Discretionary jurisdiction refusal - Indian judiciary and natural justice - Taxscan

In a recent ruling, the Madras High Court declined to exercise its discretionary jurisdiction as the remedy to approach appellate authority was available. It observed that the principles of natural justice were sufficiently complied. The petitioner, M/s Richards & John Wesley Engineers Pvt Ltd engaged within the wholesale trade and distribution sector, specialising in electrical…

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