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In victory for aggrieved, Clataclysm hits convenors: Bombay HC makes whole CLAT process subject to paper re-evaluation [READ JUDGMENT]

The Bombay high court judgment has been uploaded on the Bombay high court website, ordering an expert committee with the power to take a decision that could revise the “merit list of candidates if necessary”, making “the whole merit list and all subsequent process, will be subject to outcome of the Expert Panel/Comittee’s decision”.

[Download PDF judgment]

Accepting most of the submissions of the petitioner, it ordered in a 33-page-judgment that convenor RMLNLU Lucknow appoint an expert panel within five days, which within three days should take a decision on all objections, and within four days finish the process or revising the merit list:

Operative part of judgment
Operative part of judgment

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