Not everything said by a judge while pronouncing judgment constitutes precedent: Supreme Court

The Court held that its judgment in Vidya Drolia v. Durga Trading Corporation did not decide the issue of the effect of an unstamped contract on the arbitration agreement, and thus cannot be treated as precedent.
Justice Sanjiv Khanna and Justice MM Sundresh
Justice Sanjiv Khanna and Justice MM Sundresh

The Supreme Court recently observed that not everything said by a Judge when pronouncing a judgment constitutes a precedent [Career Institute Educational Society v. Om Shree Thakurji Educational Society].

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