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The Need and importance of Supreme Court case law
Rulings of the Supreme Court are the law of the land under Article 141 of the Constitution. They have a bearing on the validity and applicability of Acts of Parliament, State Legislatures and various rules and notifications issued by various governmental authorities. Thus, Supreme Court case law is a paramount necessity for the judiciary and practitioners in the Supreme Court, the High Courts and District Courts as well as the academic community, commercial establishments, private and public sectors, and government offices amongst others.
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A law report is of value not just for a few decades, but for eternity. That is the prime consideration driving Supreme Court Cases™. That is why great pains are taken and efforts made at Supreme Court Cases™ to accurately publish every judgment or order. Equally important is that the entire Supreme Court case law be made available, and hence the efforts to achieve completeness. Again, while making efforts for being prompt we make sure not to be hasty, engaged as we are in producing a permanent record of the Supreme Court.
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Supreme Court Cases™ is the most reliable and trustworthy reference source, and for many readers the first source of reference for Supreme Court case law. Subscribers of SCC™ have not only realised the immense utility of SCC™ but also the fact that a beautiful set of SCC™ adorns their library and that with time the value of SCC™ appreciates. Also the fact that the price paid for SCC™ is tax deductible, makes it an ideal investment.
It is one thing to make Supreme Court judgments available; it is quite another to extract all the rulings of law embedded therein and make them accessible, that is, to make the search for the relevant rulings quick and convenient. SCC™ contains headnotes that have been prepared after thorough and careful analysis ensuring that no point of law is missed. Our editors extract the maximum rulings from each case and these are intelligently classified topic-wise and statute-wise, in the subject index along with multiple cross-references making them conveniently accessible to the reader. The headnotes and indexing in SCC™ are acknowledged today as far superior to that of any other law report.
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Digest of Supreme Court Cases
The Supreme Court Digest of Recent Cases is a compilation of digest notes of the recent Supreme Court case law. This compilation is fully searchable.
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Supreme Court Cases™ provides fast and regular reporting through its weekly issues. It, thus, keeps you ahead of others.
The usefulness of a law report depends on how often it is cited or referred to in law books. Today Supreme Court Cases™ is the most cited law report in the Supreme Court and the High Courts. It is also cited in most commentaries and textbooks, thus making SCC™ an indispensable law report.
Supreme Court Cases™ maintains the highest standards of editorial and production quality, while continuously improving these standards to provide its readers with prompt, accurate and complete reporting.
Supreme Court Cases™ is your guarantee to the most comprehensive and exhaustive coverage of Supreme Court case law, reporting both reportable & non-reportable cases. Quite a large number of cases reported in SCC™ are not reported in any other law report.
Supreme Court Cases™ is your one-stop source to all the judgments of the Hon’ble Supreme Court. This makes it a cost effective solution for your legal needs.
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SCC™ by its quality, excellence and reliability has won the trust of the Hon’ble Judges and leading advocates in the Supreme Court and all the High Courts making it the most frequently cited law report. Most commentaries and textbooks also prefer to cite SCC™.
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