If Court has no Territorial Jurisdiction to Entertain or Adjudicate the Suit, It Must Return the Plaint to be filed in a Court of Appropriate Jurisdiction: Delhi HC

Recently, The Delhi HC ruled that, If Court has no territorial jurisdiction to entertain or adjudicate the suit, it must return the plaint to be filed in a Court of appropriate jurisdiction. The bench of Justice Navin Chawla was dealing with the appeal challenging the judgment and order passed by the Trial Court decreed the

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