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Legal Shorts; SC on what is “Final judgement or order” – Constitution of India – Art. 134(1).

 

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As to whether a judgmen or order is final or not, there is no general test of finality. The reason probably is that a judgement or order may be final for one purpose and interlocutory for another or final as to part and interlocutory as to part. The meaning of the two words “final” and “interlocutory” has, therefore, to be considered separately in relation to the particular purpose for which it is required. However, generally speaking, a judgement or order which determines the principal matter in question is termed final. It may be final although it directs enquiries or is made on an interlocutory application or reserves liberty to apply.

Case:
Mohanlal Maganlal Thakkar Vs. State of Gujarat.

Citation:
AIR 1968 SC 733,735 : (1968) 2 SCR 685 : 1968 Cri LJ 876.
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