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WHEN COURT ITSELF COMMITS DEFAULT -LITIGANT DESERVES TO BE PROTECTED
In Jagat Dhish Bhargava vs Jawahar Lal Bhargava & Others (AIR 1961 SC 832) the Hon’ble Supreme court of India held that "There can be no doubt that the litigant deserves to be protected against the default committed or negligence shown by the Court or its officers in discharge of their duties and it is one of the first and highest duties of all the Courts is to take care that the act of the Court does no injury to any of the suitors."