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Bombay HC refuses to stay proceedings in case against Tata, others

The HC has now directed the registry to sort out the issue of the roster and post the matter for further hearing before the appropriate bench

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Shally Seth MohilePTI Mumbai
The Bombay HC also refused to stay proceedings before a magistrate court in a 2016 criminal defamation case filed by Nusli Wadia against Ratan Tata and some other Tata Sons directors. A single Bench refused to extend the March 18 order that restrained the magistrate court from hearing the case until March 27. The court was hearing a writ petition filed by Tata and the other directors seeking that the complaint, FIR and the charge sheet filed against them in the case be quashed.

While Tata’s counsel Abhishek Manu Singhvi sought an extension of the stay, Justice Mridula Bhatkar said the

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First Published: Mar 28 2019 | 1:23 AM IST

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