NOTES ON INHERENT POWERS OF THE COURT

Inherent powers of the Court may be described as such powers that are absolute and unassailable from the Courts.

This Article is written¬† by Aparna Chaki, student of Heritage Law College (Calcutta University). INTRODUCTION The term ‘inherent’ has a broad connotation in itself. It denotes something that is inextricable from something, a perpetual element or attribute, an indispensable component, an ingrained or a prerequisite condition entrusted or conferred to a person or office as … Read more