Law of Interim injunction in family / Custody cases
In a big jolt to former Finance Minister � P Chidambaram, the Supreme Court most recently on September 5, 2019 in the notable judgment titled P Chidambaram Vs Directorate Of Enforcement in Criminal Appeal No. 1340 of 2019 (Arising out of SLP
A 3-judge bench of the Supreme Court consisting of Justices Arun Mishra, M.R. Shah and Justice B.R.Gavai, has in the judgment of the case – Municipal Council, Neemuch v. Mahadeo Real Estate & Others, delivered on September 17, 2019, ruled t
Corporate Compliance Calendar for the month of October 2019
Introduction:Data protection is a legal safeguard, adopted in order to prevent misuse of personal information. Every individual has a right to exercise fundamental degree of control over its personal data or information. Privacy and data protection a
In every walks of life, we come across a situation where we receive an unsigned business letter/Receipt/Advice which bears the legend � This letter/Report Advice is computer generated and therefore does not require any signature�, or simi
Most of you may be reading, listening to the news on Punjab Maharashtra Co-operative Bank's failure
In a recent Judgment dated 23rd September 2019, Supreme Court of India in the case of Canara Nidhi Limited Vs M.Shashikala and others (2019) SCC Online SC1244 set aside the Judgment of High Court of Karnataka which allowed the parties to adduce addit
This article gives an overview of Some Important Provisions related to Foreign Company's under the Companies Act, 2013
Introduction:Insanity is a legal term denoting that the individual is so confused and deranged as a result of mental illness that he is not legally result of mental illness that he is not legally responsible for his actions. Mental health professiona
The competition, in general, is simply the 'right to win'. One can use fair or unfair means to sustain competition.
In a major legal setback to Pakistan, the High Court of England and Wales has given an extremely landmark and laudable judgment on October 2, 2019 after a long drawn out legal battle that dates back to 1948 rejecting rightly Pakistan�s frivolou
Lingadagudi Mutt at Bangalore is one of the important religious trusts managed and administered by Lingayats community members.The case relating to this trust is a historical record for the Mutt and an important case law for the students studying on
It has to be said right at the outset that mob lynching cannot be justified on any pretext and under any circumstances come what may!
Among the laws and policies, the CRZ Notification is the only law that has been specifically established to control and regulate growth and development of different activities along India’s coasts. Recently, it has also taken into account the n
The Supreme Court’s answer is in a firm ‘No’ again to the legal question posed to it in the judgment of the case- Union of India & Others v. M/s Unicorn Industries, as to “whether, by invoking the doctrine of promissory e
It is most pleasing, most heartening and most refreshing to learn that the highest court of India that is the Supreme Court has most recently on September 26, 2019 in a latest, landmark and extremely laudable judgment titled Krishna Prasad Verma (D
Co-operative momentThe Co-operative moment, according to historians, began during 19th century in UK, US and other countries. Robert Owen (1771–1858) is considered as the father of the cooperative movement. In 1844 the Rochdale Pioneers founded
The three major sources of compensation for those injured or bereaved by disaster are Charitable or Trust Funds, Statutory Schemes and Civil Law Claims. In terms of chronology it makes sense to deal with them in that order, for payments may be made f
Mergers and amalgamation have 2 important dates to make them valid as per MCA and RBI. Effective date and Appointed date for both have always remained an ambiguity, but MCA recently vides their circular has cleared the doubts.