Citations are the references to authorities in support of legal propositions.
Eg :- Citation of cases, citation of books, citation of articles.
Article 141 of the Constitution of India provides that the law declared by the Supreme Court shall be binding on all courts within the territory of India. A legal principle laid down authoritatively by the Supreme Court forms a rule for subsequent cases of similar material facts.
Expansion of citations
Kesavananda Bharati v. State of Kerala, AIR 1973 SC 1461
This is the citation of a case. Kesavananda Bharati is the petitioner/appellant and State of Kerala is the respondent. The case is decided by the Supreme Court and is reported in the All India Reporter in the year 1973 in the Supreme Court Volume at page 1461.
P. D. Gupta v. Ram Murti, AIR 1998 SC 283.
This is the citation of a case. P. D. Gupta is the petitioner/appellant and Ram Murthi is the respondent. The case is decided by the Supreme Court and is reported in the All India Reporter of the year 1998, Supreme Court volume at page 283.
Krishnankutty Menon v. Malathy, 1985 KLT 6
This is the citation of a case. Krishnankutty Menon is the petitioner/appelant and Malathy is the respondent. The case is reported in the year 1985 in Kerala Law Times at Page 6.
Venugopal K. P. v. State of Kerala, 2009 (3) KHC 26
This is the citation of a case. Venugopal K. P. is the petitioner/appellant and State of Kerala is the respondent. The case is decided by the High Court of Kerala and is reported in Kerala High Court Cases in the year 2009 in Volume 3, Page 26.
“Legal Aid, Rule of Law and Social Justice” by Hrudaya Ballav Das, Special Judge, Cal Bhubaneswar (Orissa), AIR 2004 Journal 374
This is the citation of an article with title “Legal Aid, Rule of Law and Social Justice”. The author of this article is Mr. Hrudaya Ballav Das, Special Judge, Court of the Central Bureau of Investigation cases, Bhubaneswar (Orissa). This article a published in the Journal Section of the All India Reporter in the year 2004 at page 37.
Glanville Williams “Learning the Law” (11th Edn. 1982 Stevens and Sons Ltd., London “presumptions” p. 108
This is the citation of a book. The author is Glanville Williams. The title of the book is “Learning the Law”. The book is of 11th Edition, published in the year 1982. It is published by M/s. Stevens and Sons Ltd., London. The topic under reference is “presumption” at page 108 of the book.
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