Second Appeal: Judgment Should Not Be Interfered With By High Court Unless There Is A Substantial Question Of Law, Reiterates Supreme Court

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Case: Mallanaguoda vs. Ninganagouda

Coram: Justices L. Nageswara Rao and S. Ravindra Bhat

Case No: Civil Appeal No. 805 of 2021

Court Observation: “The First Appellate Court is the final Court on facts. It has been repeatedly held by this Court that the judgment of the First Appellate Court should not be interfered with by the High Court in the exercise of its jurisdiction under Section 100 CPC unless there is a substantial question of law. The High Court committed an error in setting aside the judgment of the First Appellate Court and finding fault with the final decree by taking a different view on factual findings recorded by the First Appellate Court.”


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