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JUDICIAL PROCEEDINGS CANNOT BE USED TO PROTECT OR TO PERPETUATE A WRONG

Shiv Kumar Chadha v. MCD (1993 (3) SCC 161) wherein it was observed that injunction is discretionary and that: "Judicial proceedings cannot be used to protect or to perpetuate a wrong committed by a person who approaches the Court".


Mahadeo Savlaram Sheike v. Pune Municipal Corporation (1995 (3) SCC 33) "It is settled law that no injunction could be granted against the owner at the instance of a person in unlawful possession."

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