The decrees and orders validating act 1936

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Where in any proceedings concluded on or after the 26th day of August, 1935, any such decree or order has been found to be invalid on such ground by any Court, such finding shall be void and of no effect; and the Court shall, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in the Indian Limitation Act, 1908, 9 of 1908any other law for the time being in force, on application made within six months from the Commencement of this Act by any person prejudicially affected by such finding, restore the proceedings at and continue the proceedings from the state reached immediately before the order embodying or based on such finding was made.

THE DECREES AND ORDERS VALIDATING ACT.1936 ACT No.5 OF 1936 [AS ON 1956] An Act to remove certain doubts and to establish the validity of certain proceedings in High Courts of Judicature [26th April, 1936.] WHEREAS doubts have arisen as to the validity of certain proceedings in High Courts of Judicature under the Letters Patent erecting and establishing those Courts; AND WHEREAS it is expedient to terminate those doubts and to establish the validity of those proceedings; It is hereby enacted as follows:- 1.

act of 1974) is intended to make the earlier decisions of the high court ineffective.

Changes authorised by section 17C of the Acts and Regulations Publication Act 1989 have been made in this reprint.

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The decrees and orders validating act 1936