Once it is found that all the procedural requirements have been complied with, the Courts would not ordinarily interfere with the quantum of punishment imposed upon a delinquent employee. The Superior Courts only in some cases may invoke the d
The assessee-company had borrowed foreign currency loan from IDBI which in turn was refinanced by the foreign company. It paid commitment charges and finance charges to the said foreign company. The questions that arose for consideration were as to (
The Appellate Court, however, while suspending the sentence, was entitled to put the appellant on terms. However, no such term could be put as a condition precedent for entertaining the appeal which is a constitutional and statutory right
it is clear that for the purpose of deciding whether facts averred by the petitionerappellant, would or would not constitute a part of cause of action, one has to consider whether such fact constitutes a material, essential, or integral part of the
Under Juvenile Justice Act order refusing bail to juvenile by Board and S.J. is not proper.
The doctrine of legitimate expectation based on established practice (as contrasted from legitimate expectation based on a promise), can be invoked only by someone who has dealings or transactions or negotiations with an authority, on which such esta
If the plaintiff fails to prove the existence of the fiduciary relationship or the position of active confidence held by the defendant- appellant, the burden would lie on him as he had alleged fraud. The trial Court and the High Court, therefore- can
Wild Life Protection Act, 1972 Reducing the area of Sanctuary through notifications of the State legislature
"........as per Ballistic expert's opinion, cartridge E. C. 1 was not fired from the single barrel 12 bore No. 1319 said to have been used by the accused. In our opinion, therefore, the appellant accused is entitled to benefit of doubt. "
Where there has been a suppression of fact, acceptance of the policy by an officer of the insurance company would not be binding on it.
when the incident took place, appellants 3 and 4 were less than 21 years of age and, therefore, they ought to have been given the benefit of the Probation of Offenders Act. This contention was neither taken in the sessions court nor in the
Whether the respondent was a fagade or dummy of BBL and/or whether the respondent and BBL are related persons within the meaning of Section 4 (a) and 4 (3) (b) of the Act
Trade and Merchandise Marks Act, 1958-Section 29 & 106- Before the use of a particular mark can be appropriated it is for the plaintiff to prove that the product that he is representing had earned a reputation in the market and that this reputation h