Inherent Powers of Civil Courts to do Justice

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In this Article I am dealing with the inherent powers of the civil Courts to do justice. The Courts existed even when there was no written statue on the fundamental principle to do justice and to amicably settle the matter. The Courts exist to even today and it has natural power inherited in it by virtue of its duty to do justice between the parties.

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Published In: Civil Procedure Updates, Civil Remedies Updates, Civil Rights Updates, Conflict of Laws Updates

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