Powers of the Supreme Court

Powers of the Supreme Court :

Under Article 131 of the Constitution the Supreme Court of India have got original Jurisdiction in cases of disputes 

a) Between the Government of India and one or more States.

b) Between the Government of India and any State or States are one side and one or more other States on the other.

c) Between two or more States.

The Supreme Court entertains appeals from High Court in certain cases.

Article 134(1) – Under the Certificate of the High Court.

Article 133 – Supreme Court has appealed powers from the orders of the High Court in the Civil matters.

Article 134 – Supreme Court has git appellate powers in regard to criminal matters.

Article 136 – The powers of Supreme Court and Special Leave Appeals (SLPs).

Article 137 – Supreme Court has powers to review its own Judgements or Orders.

Article 140 – Ancillary Powers of the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court of India is the highest court which is most powerful national judiciary in the world. It is respected internationally for its inventive and creativity. Under 

Article 141, The law declared by Supreme Court is binding on all Subordinate Courts in India. By virtue of this article the supremacy of the Supreme Court in the Indian Judiciary is declared.

Article 142 – The Supreme Court can enforce decreases and orders and orders for act the sc alone can exercise such extraordinary power which no other courts can do.


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