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Cal. HC: High Courts can Invoke Article 215 to Review its Own Orders - (04 Sep 2023)

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Calcutta High Court has held that being Courts of records, the High Courts are invested with inherent powers under Article 215 of Constitution to correct and review its records including where there is an apparent error on the face of the record.

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