DELHI HIGH COURT – THE LITIGATING PARTIES CANNOT ENTER INTO A COMPROMISE WHICH AFFECTS THE INTEREST OF THIRD PARTIES

Delhi High Court

Date of Judgement: 18.03.2016

It is an elementary principle of law that no relief can be granted in a suit against a party not impleaded as a defendant. The litigating parties cannot enter into a compromise which affects the interest of third parties or casts a liability on them. It is the duty of a Judge to ensure that a compromise effected is legal and valid and does not adversely affect the rights of third parties or cast a duty or a liability on them.

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Advocate Amaresh Singh

Advocate Amaresh Singh is a lawyer practicing in Supreme Court of India, Delhi High Court and various District Courts including Saket Court, Tis Hazari Court, Karkardooma Court, Patiala House Court and Dwarka Court. (M) 9999678571

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