Judicial System of Nepal

The Judicial System of Nepal has believes in an independent, impartial, and competent judiciary and the concept of the rule of law, and establish a prosperous country. An independent judiciary, imaginative by the executive division of the government of Nepal. Judicial System of Nepal developed by its own judicial system, custom, and practices, and it … Read more

Supreme Court issued Interim order not to implement the citizenship Ordinance

The Supreme Court has issued an interim order not to implement the Citizenship Ordinance in the name of the government of Nepal. The Constitutional bench of Supreme Court, comprising with Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabra, Justices Deepak Kumar Karki, Mira Khadka, Harikrishna Karki and Ishwar Prasad Khatiwada issued the interim order. The Supreme Court has … Read more

SC ordered to arrange of oxygen and hospital (Corona Pandemic)

The Supreme Court of Nepal (SC) has issued an order to the government to easy supply of oxygen for the treatment of those infected with the corona virus. SC also ordered to bring well-equipped hospitals into operation. A single bench of Justice Bam Kumar Shrestha issued an interim order. Supreme Court ordered to easy supply … Read more

CJ expressed commitment to the establishment of an independent, fair and competent judiciary

Chief Justice Cholendra Shamsher Jabara conveyed his commitment to the establishment of an independent, fair and competent judiciary guaranteed by the Constitution of Nepal. By giving a congratulatory message on the occasion of Law Day, 2078 BS (2021 AD), he expressed his commitment for judicial independency. In this occasion, firstly he remembered the memorable persons, … Read more

Sting operation quashed by Supreme Court of Nepal (With full text)

On April 21, 2021, the Supreme Court of Nepal has ruled that the Commission for Investigation of Abuse of Authority (CIAA) cannot conduct a sting operation to arrest a bribe-taker. In the case of 074-WC-0020, the Constitutional Bench of the Supreme court declared null and void to the provisions of Rule 30 of the Commission … Read more

The physical evidence provides a reliable basis for proving or rejecting the fact

The Supreme Court of Nepal (SC) established a precedent that if the physical evidence has not been tampered with, it provides a reliable basis for proving or rejecting the fact. In the case of Nepal Government vs. “E” (Nepal Kanoon Patrika (NKP), Vol. 2, DN 10431) SC emphasized that physical evidence is more reliable than … Read more

Parental custody counted as completion of custody (with order): Supreme Court

The Supreme Court of Nepal made an important judgment for the best interest of child and juvenile justice on 22 March 2021. The joint bench of the Supreme Court issued a writ of Habeas corpus, to send the juvenile from correction home to parental custody due to COVID-19. The petitioners filed a writ of habeas … Read more

The case, writ and application Symbol or code using in the Supreme Court of Nepal

The Courts are using specific codes and symbols for specific case types in the case numbers. These codes or symbols are helpful for identifying the nature of cases. The general people even beginner of law students also difficult to determine what type of case is it. Therefore here in the article, we provide some basic … Read more

Landmark Judgment on contempt of court of Supreme Court of Nepal

Supreme Court of Nepal established a new principle in the case of Khilanath Dhakal vs. Kumar Bhattarai one of the popular cases on contempt of court case. The joint bench of Justice Anil Kumar Sinha and Justice Hari Prasad Phuyal have trying to define a new concept. On 28 February 2020 made public the judgment … Read more

Landmark judgment on right to Citizenship

The Supreme Court of Nepal developed new jurisprudence on the right to citizenship and the right to a nationality. In the common law system, higher courts playing important role in defining and interpreting the law as well as fulfill the legal gaps. The court verdicts are based on widely-accepted legal and judicial principles. The Supreme … Read more