Delhi High Court comes down on meritless interlocutory applications filed to delay cases

The court berated the practise noting that it is the responsibility of the bar and the bench to come together and fix responsibility for filing applications without merit.
Justice Chandra Dhari Singh, Delhi High Court
Justice Chandra Dhari Singh, Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court recently berated the practice of litigants filing several interlocutory applications (IAs) in pending petitions and suits to ensure that the main matter never meets its logical end [Swapnil Gupta & Anr v Govt of NCT of Delhi & Ors].

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