Marked departure in judgment writing; precedents referred to by cause title and not judge's name: CJI DY Chandrachud

The CJI revealed that one of his judgments that mentioned a judge's name was returned by a colleague with a note questioning whether the name should be mentioned at all
Justice DY Chandrachud
Justice DY Chandrachud

Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud on Thursday observed that there has been a marked departure in judgment writing and judges now refer to a case or precedent by the cause title and not by the name of the judge who authored the concerned judgment.

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