Res Judicata

Res Subjudice


The rule of Res Judicata is applicable when the matter is already adjudicated upon by the Court.

In case of Res Subjudice, It relates to a matter, which is pending in the Court of Law.


The Res-Judicata prevents the trial of a suit or issue in which the matter in issue has already been decided in a previous suit.

It bars trial of a suit in which the matter is pending for decision in the previous suit.

See also...

1. Difference Between Estoppel and Res Judicata

2. Estoppel a of tenant and of licensee

3. Doctrine of Res Gestae

4. Meaning Definition and Example of Plea of Alibi

5. Relevancy of Judgements of Courts of Justice


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