30th January 2018 From India, New Delhi
3rd February 2018 From India, New Delhi
Normally, when a court reserves the judgment, it means the matter has been kept in abeyance for a while. This is done after all the parties have completed their arguments and all the written submissions have been filed in the court. The judges reserve a judgment so they can write a judgment. One must understand that a judgment is not a single page order of few lines, the judgment contains the summery of conflicts, arguments of both the parties, the law of the land, previous judgments on the issue, conclusion and the reasons for arriving on that conclusion. Judges need time to refresh in their memory, the arguments of each party, do research by reading previous judgments and judgments on similar issues in other countries and finally think about the reasons for arriving on a particular conclusion. This entire excersise is very laborious and time consuming.
Although there is no fixed timeframe for the judges to write judgments but six months is considered to be a reasonable time for passing a judgment. If a judge keeps a judgment reserved for more than six months, any of the party can mention to the Chief Justice about this. As on today 4.5 months are over.
14th April 2018 From India, New Delhi
S. No Diary No. / Case No.[STATUS] Petitioner Vs. Respondent Listing Date / Court No.
1. W.P.(C) 12088/2016
APEX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY OF NCT DELHI
Vs. LT. GOVERNOR OF DELHI & ANR
Advocate : AMAN SINGH Court No. : 1
JUDGMENT RESERVED on 22/05/2018
4th June 2018 From India, Madras
It also declared the constitution of the Minimum Wages Advisory Committee for all scheduled employments by the Government as ultra vires Sections 5(1) and 9 of the Minimum Wages Act, 1948, opining that the formation of this committee was “completely flawed"
The court’s verdict was issued on petitions filed by employers — associations of traders, petrol dealers and restaurants — who had challenged two notifications— one issued in September, 2016 reconstituting the Minimum Wages Advisory Committee for all scheduled employments, and another issued in March, 2017, revising the minimum rates of wages for all classes of workman/employees in all schedule employments.
The Details orders were enclosed herewith for the reference.
Thanks & Regards,
Sumit Kumar saxena
20th September 2018 From India, Ghaziabad
Please find enclosed (Revised) MW (Delhi) released vide order dated 16th October 2018 to be taken into consideration after Delhi H.C. order.
The MW (Revised) are for 01-10-2016 to 31-03-2017; 01-04-2017 to 31-03-2018 and 01-04-2018 to 30-09-2018 and 01-10-2018 to 31-03-2019.
22nd October 2018 From India, New Delhi