Civil Law Judgements

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Solatium under Land Acquisition Act

 27 March 2008

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Specific performance of the contract

 27 March 2008

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Execution Petition - Period of Limitation

 27 March 2008

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Management of temple

 14 March 2008

Hindu Succession Act, 1956 - Section 14(1) - the necessity to have a fixed term of management for the purpose of running the temple in question has been accepted by the family for a long time

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Burden of proof

 02 March 2008

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

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Section 56 of Contract Act

 24 February 2008

Specific Performance - Indian contract act, 1872 – Section 56 - Agreement to do an act impossible in itself is void – Agreement for sale and purchase of Thika Tenancy – Whether the specific performance of the agreement for sale becomes impossible of

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Redemption of mortgage

 24 February 2008

Mortgage – Redemption of - Whether the plaintiff had a right to get possession on redemption of his mortgage

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Specific Performance - What is readyness and willingness

 24 February 2008

Section 16 (c) Specific Relief Act - It is thus clear that an averment of readiness and willingness in the plaint is not a mathematical formula which should only be in specific words. If the averments in the plaint as a whole do clearly indicate the

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Injuction in matter dealing with letter of credit

 14 February 2008

The law relating to grant or refusal to grant injunction in the matter of invocation of a Bank Guarantee or a Letter of Credit is now well settled by a plethora of decisions not only of this court but also of the different High Courts in India. In U.

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Major Port Trusts Act, 1963

 14 February 2008

Whether a steamer agent can be construed as owner of the goods carried in his principal's vessel within the definition of owner in relation to goods under Section 2(o) of the Major Port Trusts Act, 1963?

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