High Court should not entertain Article 226 plea if statute provides appellate remedy: Supreme Court

When the statute provides a further remedy by way of appeal against the award, the High Court ought not to have entertained a petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, the Court said.
High Court should not entertain Article 226 plea if statute provides appellate remedy: Supreme Court
Justice MR Shah, Justice BV Nagarathna and Supreme Court

The Supreme Court recently held that a High Court should not entertain writ petition under Article 226, if a statute provides an appellate remedy and the same is not exhausted [M/s Kelkar and Kelkar v. M/s Hotel Pride Executive Private Limited].

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