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