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The law of Contempt of Court

The law of Contempt of Court

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Description
In a civilized society everyone expects a graceful and decent behaviour from others regardless of his status or power. Considering the exalted position that judges occupy in the society, people expect much higher standards of behaviour from Judges whose duty is to administer justice. When a Judge misbehaves with or insults a litigant or a witness or a lawyer during the course of judicial proceedings, it engenders great distrust and dissatisfaction in the mind of such a person and makes him sceptic about the divinity attached to the  judicial system.The seeds of writing this book were sown in similar circumstances when the author experienced in his initial years of law practice a very rude and insulting behavior frequently from a particular judge sitting in the chair of justice.
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Table of Contents

01.    Law of Contempt of Court
02.    Court of Record and Inherent Jurisdiction
03.    Civil Contempt
04.    Breach if Consent Order or Undertaking
05.    Breach of Injunction - Order 39 Rule 2A of Civil Procedure Code
06.    Availability of Alternative Remedy or Execution Proceeding
07.    Criminal Contempt
08.    Scandalizing Court and Fair Criticism
09.    Truth as a Defense
10.    Media Trial and Reporting of Judicial Proceeding
11.    Contempt in the Face of the Court
12.    Contempt by Advocate, Strikes and Boycott of Court
13.    Contempt by Judge of his own Court or any Other Court and Judicial Discipline
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Author Details
ASIM PANDYA :
He joined the professor of law in the year 1989 and started practice in the Gujarat High Court. The author did LL.M from the Gujarat University, Ahmedabad in the year 1992. The author practiced general litigation of civil and constitutional nature until the year 1993.

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