Court judgments should be in language which can be understood not only by lawyers but also citizens who approach courts: Supreme Court

An incomprehensible judgment by the Himachal Pradesh High Court prompted the Supreme Court to make some pertinent observations on the purpose of courts writing judgments.
Court judgments should be in language which can be understood not only by lawyers but also citizens who approach courts: Supreme Court
Supreme Court

An incomprehensible judgment by the Himachal Pradesh High Court prompted the Supreme Court to make some pertinent observations on the purpose of courts writing judgments (State Bank of India v. Ajay Kumar Sood).

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