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No order can be passed by any Court in any judicial proceedings against any party to such proceedings without giving opportunity of hearing to party
Johra Vs State of Haryana
CIVIL APPEAL Nos. 1175711758 OF 2018; (2019) 2 SCC 324; 2019 ALL SCR 143
About/from the judgment:
Constitution of India — Art. 226—Notice/Summons/Knowledge of Proceedings: Order of disposal of writ petition without issuing notice to some parties is not sustainable. Court is duty-bound to hear all parties by giving them opportunity to place their stand.
Pronouncement of judgement and order - Without giving opportunity of hearing to party to proceedings - Validity - High Court issued some mandatory directions to state in relation to subject matter of proceedings without hearing appellants who were respondents in writ petition - Held, no order can be passed by any Court in any judicial proceedings against any party to such proceedings without giving opportunity of hearing to party - Order of High Court liable to be set aside.
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