If SLP is dismissed by Supreme Court without granting leave, High Court will not be precluded from exercising review: Jammu & Kashmir High Court

When Supreme Court dismisses SLP without granting leave to appeal by way of a non-speaking order, such an order would not stand substituted in place of the order under challenge, the High Court held.
Jammu and Kashmir High Court and Supreme Court
Jammu and Kashmir High Court and Supreme Court

If a Special Leave Petition (SLP) is dismissed by the Supreme Court in limine without granting leave to appeal and without observing anything on the merits of the case, the concerned High Court will not be precluded from exercising its review jurisdiction, the Jammu & Kashmir High Court ruled (Gagan Gupta and Others v. Union Territory of J&K and Others).

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