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The recent recusal by Justice Raveendran from the RIL-RNRL case reminds one of the stirring words of Justice Antonin Scalia He refused to recuse himself in a case where the former Vice-President Dick Cheneys actions were being questionedalthough he had earlier gone on a duck-hunting trip with a group which included Cheney There has been a spate of recusals from the Indian Supreme Court What is puzzling is that Justice Raveendranwhose judgements reflect a rare combination of depth and simplicityhas in the same case and within few days offered two different standards for recusal of a judge At the beginning of the RIL-RNRL disputeRaveendran offered to recuse himself since he held shares in RIL and RNRL and counsel did not object to his presence Within a few days after the hearing commencedRaveendran recused himself because his daughter was working in a law firm which was advising (as opposed to the daughter herself) RIL in a global acquisition completely unrelated to the dispute before the court And to add to the confusionJustice Kapadia offered to recuse himself on account of holding shares in Sterlite when a case related to that company came up before himwhile Justice Katju recused himself since his wife held shares in RIL when the RIL-NTPC dispute came up before him When faced with a conflict of interest what standard should judges across the country follow Should judges recuseor should they offer to recuse The Supreme Court precedent and past history offer a clear guide The Supreme Court from its inception has consistently made a distinction between pecuniary and non-pecuniary interest In case of a pecuniary interestthe judge has to automatically recuse himself and no further inquiry is required; once a judge has an interest in the outcome of the casehe is no longer an independent adjudicator But in case of a non-pecuniary interestthe judge should recuse if there is a reasonable ground to believe that he will be biased on account of it (Manak Lal v Prem ChandAIR 1957 SC 425) Raveendrans recusals are indeed ironical; he has offered to recuse when he ought to have recused on account of his pecuniary interest and actually recused himself when the non-pecuniary interest did not create any reasonable basis to attribute bias The Courts history offers a useful guide In 1964Chief Justice PB Gajendragadkar was presiding over a bench examining the validity of the quantum of compensation paid for a land acquisition Purushottam Trikamdasthe lion of the Barspeaking for the landownersasserted that Chief Justice Gajendragadkar should not hear the case since he had a pecuniary interest in the subject-matterbecause he was a member of a co-operative society for which the land was being acquired The Chief Justice asked the Attorney General CK Daptary whether he should recuseand Daftary told the Chief Justice that he should The Chief Justice reconstituted the Bench headed by Justice Subba Rao which declared the actions of the government unconstitutional The Supreme Courts 1997 resolution titled Restatement of Values of Judicial Life mandating a judge to disclose his shareholding interest and proceed with hearing the case only if there is no objection from the parties does not accurately restate the legal position and should be revised for several reasons Firstit is inconsistent with the law laid down by the Supreme Court Holding shares in a company is a clear case of pecuniary interestand the SC itself right from 1952 has affirmed that a pecuniary interesthowever smallautomatically disqualifies the judge Even if a judge has a majority or a significant shareholding in a companythe 1997 Resolution allows the judge to proceed if counsel does not have any objection The law declared by the SC is binding and prevails over a resolution Secondthe resolution relies upon waiver by the counsel to shield the judge from any imputation of bias When discretionary powers of judges have tremendously increased over the yearstrusting counsel who routinely appear before the same judges in several cases day in and day out to object to their participation in one case is not exactly an ideal mechanism Raveendrans final recusal from the bench raises a larger question Should a judge recuse merely because a party before the Court is a client of the law firm which employs a relativeirrespective of whether the relative is actually involved in advising the client By this standardany judge who has a relative working in a leading law firm would be barred from hearing any case of that firm While Raveendrans offer of recusal diluted the recusal standard in case of pecuniary interestRaveendrans recusal has over-extended the standard in case of non-pecuniary interest The writer practices in the AP High Court [email protected] For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related News The BCCI’s original letter in this regard went “a few days back”. 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