Nature of grievance

Where the law, more particularly the procedural laws imposes extremely onerous conditions, sometimes as a condition precedent to invoke jurisdiction of the Court; or where the concerned tribunal is distantly located; or where the Judges, during the course of proceeding, invents and imposes onerous conditions upon any of the litigant, which are beyond the contemplation of procedural laws; and which has the effect of (a) potentially depriving a person to have access to courts, to seek enforcement of his rights / seek justice; or (b) causes serious prejudice to one of the parties to the case, in such circumstances, Writ jurisdiction of High Court may be invoked challenging such law or action being violative of Article 14 of the Constitution of India