Order XX of CPC which lays down time limit for pronouncing judgment does not apply to High Courts: Supreme Court [Read Order]

The Court said if there is a 6-month hiatus between reserving a judgment and delivering it, either party can move an application before the High Court Chief Justice, who may then decide that the matter be heard afresh.
Justice Rohinton Nariman and Justice BR Gavai
Justice Rohinton Nariman and Justice BR Gavai

Order XX of Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) which prescribes time limit for courts to pronounce judgments will not apply to High Courts, the Supreme Court reiterated (SJVNL v. M/s CCC HIM JV).

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