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HC throws stay of 25% NLS domicile reservation into midst of CLAT-NLAT chaos

The Karnataka high court has stayed NLSIU Bangalore‘s 25% domicile reservation in the interim, according to LiveLaw and Bar & Bench.

NLSIU should prepare a new seat matrix without the reservation and the Karnataka government should not notify the NLSIU amendment act, the court held.

However, the stay remained contingent on the court’s final order.

The court reportedly did not make a decision on NLSIU increasing its batch size from 80 to 120.

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