Right to be heard a fundamental requirement; cannot be defeated except on default of opposite party: Kerala High Court

Justice P Somarajan observed that “audi alteram partem”, i.e., the right to be heard, is a fundamental guiding principle in the judicial system.
Justice P Somarajan and Kerala High Court
Justice P Somarajan and Kerala High Court

The Kerala High Court recently held that the right to be heard in litigation cannot be defeated ecept due to some default by the opposite party. [GM Sheikh & Ors. v M/s Raja Biri Private Ltd & Ors.]

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