Courts burdened with dishonest litigants dodging debts by resorting to non-existent, mercy jurisdiction of writ courts: Madras High Court
Madras High Court

Courts burdened with dishonest litigants dodging debts by resorting to non-existent, mercy jurisdiction of writ courts: Madras High Court

"It is high time that such frivolous litigations are brought to an end and the dishonest debtors appropriately rewarded", the Court added.

Far too often, courts are burdened with dishonest litigants trying to dodge debts by resorting to non-existent, mercy jurisdiction of writ courts, the Madras High Court remarked recently while imposing costs of Rs 1 lakh on one such frivolous petitioner (P Sudhakar v The Union Secretary, Ministry of Finance and ors).

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