Merely Because the Order is Executable Does Not Mean Court Can’t Exercise Contempt Jurisdiction, Rules SC

The Supreme Court has ruled that a court’s jurisdiction under the Contempt of Courts Act will not cease just because the decree or order against which the contempt is alleged, is executable. As per the court, it doesn’t matter if the decree is executable or not, the question that needs to be considered is whether

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