Injunction Orders Cannot Be Passed Against Third Parties Without Hearing Them: Supreme Court

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Injunction Orders Cannot Be Passed Against Third Parties Without Hearing Them

Case: Acqua Borewell Pvt. Ltd. v. Swayam Prabha & Ors.

Coram: Justices M.R. Shah and B.V. Nagarathna

Case No.: Civil Appeal Nos. 6779-6780 of 2021

Court Observation: “Therefore, the impugned common judgment and order passed by the High Court granting injunction with respect to 1/7th share in the total plaint schedule properties which has been passed without giving an opportunity of being heard to the appellants and without impleading them as party-defendants in the suit by the learned trial Court, is unsustainable and deserves to be quashed and set aside.”

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