- The Madras High Court is a High Court in India. It has appellate jurisdiction over the state of Tamil Nadu and the union territory of Puducherry. It is located in Chennai, and is the third oldest high court of India after the Calcutta High Court in Kolkata and Bombay High Court in Mumbai.
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May 11, 2022 · The Madras High Court’s verdict was annulled by the Supreme Court on Monday for reaching the irrational conclusion that the verb’reside’ should be given a literal interpretation, especially in deeds and legislation. The findings of the Madras High Court in a judgement refusing to order a Trust to appoint the appellant as the founding trustee on the ground that he was not “residing ...
Jun 06, 2022 · The Madras High Court had ordered a CBI probe into the death of the schoolgirl which was later challenged by the Tamil Nadu government in the Supreme Court. The Apex Court however refused to interfere with the Madras High Court order directing CBI to take up the investigation of the case. 15 Feb, 2022, 08.47 PM IST.
Jul 26, 2022 · It is located in Tamil Nadu’s capital city, Chennai, and is the third oldest high court of India after the Calcutta High Court in Kolkata and Bombay High Court in Mumbai. From 1817 to 1862, the Supreme Court of Madras was situated in a building opposite the Chennai Beach railway station.
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