What are the inherent powers of the High Court?
These are the powers which empower the court in doing complete justice between the parties. The inherent powers cannot be taken away from the courts. Some of the intrinsic power of the court is peculiar in criminal jurisprudence. It is the power which removes the province of criminal law jurisdiction from the malicious influences and moral corruption. The context of the issue is the limitation of power, scope, and the extent.