Principle of ‘Delay defeats equity’ must be applied bearing in mind hard realities: Calcutta High Court

The Court observed that a slight delay in filing a suit is not indicative of the dormant attitude of the litigant.
Principle of ‘Delay defeats equity’ must be applied bearing in mind hard realities: Calcutta High Court
Calcutta High Court

The Calcutta High Court recently observed that courts must consider practical "hard realities" before they decline to grant equitable relief citing delay in approaching the Court.

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