- The Court usually sits in the Middlesex Guildhall in Westminster, though it can sit elsewhere and has, for example, sat in the Edinburgh City Chambers, the Royal Courts of Justice in Belfast, and the Tŷ Hywel Building in Cardiff.
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Born on 25th May, 1961, was enrolled as an Advocate on 22nd June, 1988 and practised for 20 years in High Court of Madras (1988-91), Supreme Court & Delhi High Court (from 91 till 9.2.08) in Civil, Crl., Constitutional and .....
Aug 16, 2021 · Previously, the Hon’ble Madras High Court had made an anonymous reported order (Citation: W.P.(M.D.) No. 12015/2021) on July 16, 2021, where it had ‘prima facie’ observed, inter alia, that a ‘right to be forgotten’ (‘RTBF’) against court orders exists under the fundamental ‘right to privacy’ enshrined in Article 21 of the Indian Constitution, as recognized […]