Substantive Rights Accrued to Litigants Shouldn’t be Defeated by Citing Curable Procedural Defects: Supreme Court

Recently, the Supreme Court observed that substantive rights accrued to litigants shouldn’t be defeated by citing procedural defects that are capable of being cured. In this cases, two suits were tried together and were disposed of in 2008 through a common judgment but two separate decrees were drawn, However, the defendant challenged both decrees in

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