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Why is the Supreme Court Described as a ‘Court of Record’? - ICSE Class 10 - History and Civics

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Why is the Supreme Court described as a ‘Court of Record’?

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The Supreme Court is a Court of Record. A ‘Court of Record’ is a Court whose judgements are recorded for evidence and testimony which are duly printed for the future references in the Court as well as for the use of lawyers in their pleadings.

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 ICSE Solution for ICSE Class 10 History and Civics (2019 to Current)
Chapter 4: The Union Judiciary (The Supreme Court)
Short Questions – I | Q: 7
Solution Why is the Supreme Court Described as a ‘Court of Record’? Concept: Supreme Court Jurisdiction and Functions.
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