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Blog by Advocate Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V

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Respected Advocate Usha Vassoudevayar Usha.V on 2013-09-23 00:55:13
 
 

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Res Judicata, Applicability of principle in Writ Petition.
 
 

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Doctrine of Res Judicata is common to all civilized systems of jurisprudence to the extent that a judgment after a proper trial by a Court of competent jurisdiction should be regarded as final and conclusive determination of the questions litigated and should forever set the controversy at rest.
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