locus standi


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locus standi

the right ofa party to appear and be heard before a court.
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Last month, a single bench of the IHC had rejected the PTI's objections regarding the locus standi of Mr Babar as well as the powers of the ECP to scrutinise its accounts without any time bar or other restrictions.
Explaining the locus standi, he said the eight out of ten petitioners were residents of the area where Shahzeb was killed.
In the petition by Mr Njue and Khalifa, nine issues arose- including what is the locus standi of the petitioners, and whether the 'persons' who can sue in terms of Article 140(1) of the Constitution.
Questioning Poonawalla's locus standi, he said there is no truth in his allegations nor is Poonawalla a representative or leader of the party, has remained inactive since the past couple of years and done nothing for the party.
That neither the speaker nor the occasion had the locus standi for such an over the top reaction from the party in power in New Delhi is a given.
India has rejected the OIC resolution claiming the pan-Islamic body has no locus standi on the country's internal affairs after the 56-member body demanded that New Delhi implement the UN resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir.
All the legalese that the Chinese have let loose since the standoff started on June 16, 2017 drives home the argument that India has no locus standi in the Doklam dispute.
The counsel for Menon, late Pushkar's son from her earlier marriage, has filed an application on his behalf in a pending plea filed by Swamy seeking probe in the death of Sunanda, on the ground that the BJP leader has no locus standi in the issue.
The court referred to the case of Logicom, whereby the Supreme Court had dealt with the issue of whether a creditor of a company has a locus standi to file an application for its restoration.
However, India recalled its earlier position that the OIC had no locus standi in the matter.
However, India's Foreign Secretary Jaishankar said he is ready to go to Islamabad but maintained Pakistan has no locus standi in addressing any aspect of the situation in Jammu and Kashmir, which is an internal matter of India, except to put an end to cross-border terrorism and infiltration.