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What, If A Point Was Argued, But Not Dealt With In The Judgment

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Jamai Of Law Wrote on 01 March 2011

Thanks for this contentious issue!! Nobody dares to 'teach' rules to the Hon'ble judge. But this is happening. Many a times during arguments, judge hardly see the material on record, openly make comments 'don't expect me to read all these!'



What, If A Point Was Argued, But Not Dealt With In The Judgment

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Narendra Sharma Wrote on 01 March 2011

Yes, I agree with you. For conceptual details on this aspect, please refer following link- http://drtsolutions.com/MgmtTechnology.htm



What, If A Point Was Argued, But Not Dealt With In The Judgment

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GIRISH BAPAT Wrote on 01 March 2011

but how many judges will be courageous enough to accept, Would it not be appropriate to permit the parties to video record the entire court proceedings at the cost of the parties so that what is actually argued but not considered by the court.



Ignorance of law Must Be An Excuse in civil matters

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DR.SANAT KUMAR DASH Wrote on 01 March 2011

IGNORANCE OF LAW IS NO EXCUSE



What, If A Point Was Argued, But Not Dealt With In The Judgment

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Davinder Khurana Ferozpur(Punj Wrote on 28 February 2011

This is a very good judgement. Oftenly it happens that a point a counsel press but judge not metion. This would prove a landmark judgement.



Labour Rights under the Indian constitution

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ash Wrote on 28 February 2011

thank u for providing such useful information.keep it up



incease in rent

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Dinkar Vidyarthi Wrote on 28 February 2011

Please attach your Agreement also, which is required for proper reply.



Are the Banks / Financial Institutions Above Law ?

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S.A.AHMED Wrote on 27 February 2011

Several sections in Contract Law/cognate acts are effective, subject to an 'agreement to the contrary'. Therefore nothing is inherently wrong if a party/borrower agrees to such an agreement. Regards, S.A.AHMED



Procedure for Complaint Filed U/Sec 138 N.I.Act

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CHANDRASHEKHAR Wrote on 27 February 2011

THANKS FOR THE ARTICLE .WRITE SUCH MORE ARTICLE .WHAT IS COMPOUNDING OF OFFENCE



Ignorance of law Must Be An Excuse in civil matters

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Narendra Sharma Wrote on 27 February 2011

Yes. Please refer the Nagpur HC judgment vide citation AIR 1928 Nag 188. Kindly also make further research on the subject. Please refer Linkedin.com for DETAILED DISCUSSION on this topic.Regards


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