When can a Court review its own judgements and correct mistakes therein?

Though the concept of finality of judgment has to be preserved, at the same time, the principle of ex debito justitiae cannot be given a go­bye. If the Court finds that the earlier judgment does not lay down a correct position of law, it is always permissible for the Court to reconsider the same and if necessary, to refer it to a larger Bench

Category: Jurisprudence   Posted on: October 1, 2022