Industrial Tribunal’s Order Can’t Be Challenged On Disputed Questions Of Facts Under Article 226: J&K&L High Court

Industrial Tribunal’s Order Can’t Be Challenged On Disputed Questions Of Facts Under Article 226

Case: Manu Mohit Industries Vs State of J&k & Ors.

Coram: Justice Wasim Sadiq Nargal

Case No.: OWP No. 1126/2014

Court Observation: “If the challenge is limited only to the correctness or otherwise of the award, then it has to be considered that the power under Article 227 of Constitution has been invoked because the cause has not been initiated for the first time before the High Court,”

“We have referred to these decisions only to highlight that it is beyond any shadow of doubt that the order of civil court can only be challenged under Article 227 of the Constitution and from such challenge, no intra-court appeal would lie and in other cases, it will depend upon the other factors as have been enumerated therein”

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Industrial Tribunal’s Order, Article 226