Judicial workload staggering, not fair to expect judges to spend too much time, energy in proofreading: Madras High Court

A single-judge Justice GR Swaminathan was prompted to make these observations after coming across grave grammatical mistakes in the questions of law formulated by the High Court while admitting an appeal.
Judicial workload staggering, not fair to expect judges to spend too much time, energy in proofreading: Madras High Court
Justice GR Swaminathan (L), Madurai Bench of Madras High Court (R)

The workload on judges is staggering and it is not fair to expect them to spend too much time and energy in proof reading, the Madras High Court recently observed.

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