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C can interfere:

1. Long lapse of time

2. Failure or impossibility to supply to accused, copies of police statements and other relevant
documents- grounds for other relevant documents- grounds for HC to quash proceedings
against accused.

“To secure ends of justice”

Eg. When a clear statutory provision of law is violated- HC can interfere. It is of vital
importance in the administration of justice, and ensure proper freedom and independence of
Judges must be maintained and allowed to perform their functions freely and fearlessly
without undue influence on anyone, even SC. At the same time Judges and Magistrate should
act with a certain amount of justice and fair play.

The SC in Madhu Limaye v. Maharashtra AIR 1978 SC 47 and also in Amarnath v.


Haryana(1977) and Jadhav v. Shankarrao Pawar(1983) has held the following principles
would govern the exrcise of inherent jurisdiction of the HC:

1. Power is not to be resorted to if there is specific provision in code for redress of grievances
of aggrieved party

C can interfere:

1. Long lapse of time

2. Failure or impossibility to supply to accused, copies of police statements and other relevant
documents- grounds for other relevant documents- grounds for HC to quash proceedings
against accused.

“To secure ends of justice”

Eg. When a clear statutory provision of law is violated- HC can interfere. It is of vital
importance in the administration of justice, and ensure proper freedom and independence of
Judges must be maintained and allowed to perform their functions freely and fearlessly
without undue influence on anyone, even SC. At the same time Judges and Magistrate should
act with a certain amount of justice and fair play.

The SC in Madhu Limaye v. Maharashtra AIR 1978 SC 47 and also in Amarnath v.


Haryana(1977) and Jadhav v. Shankarrao Pawar(1983) has held the following principles
would govern the exrcise of inherent jurisdiction of the HC:

1. Power is not to be resorted to if there is specific provision in code for redress of grievances
of aggrieved party

C can interfere:

1. Long lapse of time


2. Failure or impossibility to supply to accused, copies of police statements and other relevant
documents- grounds for other relevant documents- grounds for HC to quash proceedings
against accused.

“To secure ends of justice”

Eg. When a clear statutory provision of law is violated- HC can interfere. It is of vital
importance in the administration of justice, and ensure proper freedom and independence of
Judges must be maintained and allowed to perform their functions freely and fearlessly
without undue influence on anyone, even SC. At the same time Judges and Magistrate should
act with a certain amount of justice and fair play.

The SC in Madhu Limaye v. Maharashtra AIR 1978 SC 47 and also in Amarnath v.


Haryana(1977) and Jadhav v. Shankarrao Pawar(1983) has held the following principles
would govern the exrcise of inherent jurisdiction of the HC:

1. Power is not to be resorted to if there is specific provision in code for redress of grievances
of aggrieved party

C can interfere:

1. Long lapse of time

2. Failure or impossibility to supply to accused, copies of police statements and other relevant
documents- grounds for other relevant documents- grounds for HC to quash proceedings
against accused.

“To secure ends of justice”

Eg. When a clear statutory provision of law is violated- HC can interfere. It is of vital
importance in the administration of justice, and ensure proper freedom and independence of
Judges must be maintained and allowed to perform their functions freely and fearlessly
without undue influence on anyone, even SC. At the same time Judges and Magistrate should
act with a certain amount of justice and fair play.

The SC in Madhu Limaye v. Maharashtra AIR 1978 SC 47 and also in Amarnath v.


Haryana(1977) and Jadhav v. Shankarrao Pawar(1983) has held the following principles
would govern the exrcise of inherent jurisdiction of the HC:

1. Power is not to be resorted to if there is specific provision in code for redress of grievances
of aggrieved party