Madras High Court warns against impleadment of unnecessary parties (again); says heavy costs may be imposed in future on errant petitioners

"Any future erroneous impleadment of unnecessary party would result in petitioner being heavily penalised", the Madras High Court warned.
Madras high court
Madras high court

The Madras High Court on Friday reiterated that those who are not required to be part of a case should not be unnecessarily impleaded in petitions, adding that petitioners who erroneously do so will be heavily penalised in the future. (Mohammed Ali Jinna v. The Chief Manager and anr)

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