PIL - CASELAW

Public Interest Litigation
Typography

Qui aliquid statuerit parte inaudita altera, aequum licet dixerit, haud aequum fecerit.

 

One who has decided anything without hearing the other party, even though he has said what is right, has done wrong.

PIL CASELAW:  Qui parcit nocentibus innocentes punit.

 

A person who spares the guilty punishes the innocent.

 

 

Salomon v. Commissioners Of Customs And Excise, 1996 (3) All ER 871

A Regd. Society v. Union Of India, 1999 (6) SCC 667

A Regd. Society v. Union Of India, 1996 (0) AIR(SC) 1619

A.G.A.P. Hyd v. Ramana Rao, 1967 (0) CrLJ 1470

A.G.A.P. Hyd v. Ashok Kumar, 1994 (1) ALT 52

A.G. Of Kerala v. Ram Kumar, 1986 (0) CrLJ 60

A.G. Prayagi v. State Of M.P., 1987 (0) AIR(M.P.) 25

A.K. Gopalan v. State Of Madras, 1950 (0) AIR(SC) 27

A.K. Kraipak v. Union Of India, 1970 (0) AIR(SC) 150

A.K. Roy v. Union Of India, 1982 (0) AIR(SC) 710

A.K. Singh v. Uttarakhand Jana Morcha, 1999 (0) AIR(SC) 2193

A.P. Adimajati Seva Sangam v. Guntur Municipal Council, 1987 (0) AIR(SC) 193

A.P. Dalit Maha Sabha v. Govt. Of A.P., 1999 (0) AIR(AP) 452

A.P. Pollution Control Board v. Prof. M.V. Nayudu, 1999 (2) SCC 718

A.P. State Electricity Board v. Ramachandra Rao, 1969 (2) An. WR 551

A.P.D.D.C Staff & Workers Union v. Govt. Of A.P., 2000 (0) AIR(AP) 76

A.S. Mittal v. State Of U.P., 1989 (3) SCC 223

Abdul Gafoor v. Pathumma Beevi, 1989 (0) CrLJ 1224

Abdul Karim Etc. Etc. v. State Of Karnataka And Ors., 2000 (2) JT(SC) Suppl. 363

 

 

 

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