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Government of Maharashtra through the Department of Law and Judiciary in exercise of its powers under Section ... interest. 5. On behalf of the Department of Law and Judiciary, affidavit-in-reply has been filed by the Under
Bombay High Court
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Versus 1 The State of Maharashtra ] Through its Secretary ] Law & Judiciary Department ig ] Mantralaya Mumbai ] ] 2 The High Court ... State of Maharashtra ] Through its Principal Secretary ] of Law & Judiciary Department ] Mantralaya, Mumbai-400 032 ]... Respondents. WITH WRIT PETITION
Bombay High Court
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Government, is the administrative head of the Law and Judiciary Department. Rule 14 of Chapter II of the said rules ... have been filed by Shri Prakash Joshi, Desk Officer, Law & Judiciary Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai. There is no affidavit filed
Bombay High Court
- Cites 16 - Cited by 2 - R Khandeparkar - Full Document
Maharashtra, respondent No. 2 is the Principal Secretary, Law and Judiciary Department, respondent No. 3 is the Minister ... then Cabinet Minister of Law and Judiciary and the Minister for State, Law and Judiciary, respectively when the impugned Notification
Bombay High Court
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AIR 2005 Bom 431
- H Gokhale - Full Document
State of Maharashtra ] Through the Principal ] Secretary, Law and ] Judiciary Department, ] Mantralaya, Mumbai. ] ] 2) Shashikant S/o Panditrao Nimbalker ... June 2009 issued by the Department of Law and Judiciary, State of Maharashtra appointing respondent No.2 - Mr. Shashikant Panditrao
Bombay High Court
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been filed by the Solicitor-cum-Joint Secretary, Law & Judiciary Department so as to oppose the petition and justify ... Special Public Prosecutor. 11. We are surprised that the Law & Judiciary Department has not briefed the learned Advocate General
Bombay High Court
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Maharashtra 2. Secretary to the Government of Maharashtra, Law & Judiciary Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai. 3. Nimesh Shah, 1st Floor, Mangrol ... Maharashtra 2. Secretary to the Government of Maharashtra, Law & Judiciary Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai. 3. Nimesh Shah, 6, Gunbow Street
Bombay High Court
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letter dated 31.5.2001 addressed the Principal Secretary to Law & Judiciary Department, Government of Maharashtra for reviewing the decision taken ... view that under the rules the Joint Secretary Law & Judiciary Department was competent to take appropriate decision
Supreme Court of India
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post under these rules by Government in the Law and Judiciary Department- (i) in relation to the High Court ... Pleader; by obtaining a special permission from the concerned Law & Judiciary Department of the Government, a Government Pleader
Bombay High Court
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2001 (3) BomCR 543
- R Deshpande - Full Document
that the file may be placed before the Law and Judiciary Department, Mantralaya, Mumbai. This view was endorsed ... Government of Maharashtra by following due procedure of law inviting tenders. 8. The question arose before the Court, whether
Bombay High Court
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2007 (109) Bom L R 1847
- S Kumar - Full Document
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