Corporate Law Judgements

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Arbitrator - Interim arrangement between parties

 09 August 2008

Pending arbitration, the Arbitrator can grant interim directions and make interim arrangement between the parties.

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principles of natural justice

 25 June 2008

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RTI ACT 2005

 23 June 2008

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Restore possession of land, says court

 20 June 2008

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RTI ACT 2005

 09 June 2008

Right to Information - CBEC - right of Wife to Documents of Suspended Husband

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Appointment of Arbitrator

 14 March 2008

The power exercised by the Chief Justice of the High Court or the Chief Justice of India under Section 11(6) of the Act is not an administrative power. It is a judicial power.

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Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 - Section 34

 14 March 2008

There is no proposition that the courts could be slow to interfere with the arbitrator’s Award, even if the conclusions are perverse, and even when the very basis of the Arbitrator’s award is wrong

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Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 – Section 34 & Central Excise

 14 March 2008

there was no question of applying the principle of sub silentio when the terms and conditions were well known and clearly understood between the parties. More so, the modvat credit is available in order to avoid double taxation on the papers

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Non-consideration of the Reconciliation Method

 13 March 2008

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Marine Insurance Act, 1963- S. 19

 27 February 2008

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.

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