Civil Law Judgements

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A person is free to file his representation regarding the claim of excess pyment made by him

 20 July 2012

The petitioner has approached this Court with certain grievances with regard to the amount payable to the second/third respondent. In view of the intervening developments, learned counsel for the petitioner, on instruction, prays for an opportunity t

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Mere pendency of the writ petition should not disentitle the petitioner from the benefits flowing out of the order under challenge in the present writ petition

 19 July 2012

The facts, as disclosed from the record, in a nut-shell are that the original applicant was initially recruited as Supporting Staff Grade-I on 25.7.1979 by the 1st respondent and subsequently promoted as Supporting Staff Grade-II on 4.10.1996. In the

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Observation made for disposal of bail petition same shall not be construed as an expression of opinion on the meritof the case

 19 July 2012

It has been stated that Baba Pritam Shah executed his last Will dated 15.8.2011 in favour of Dharma Shah. The Will was scribed by Sanjeev Kumar and attested by Nikka Ram and Kewal Krishan. The complainant Satpal reported the matter to the police on t

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According to Order VII Rule 11, Rule 14(1) and Rule 14(2) that in the absence any cause of action suit cannot be proceed

 18 July 2012

On 07.01.1990, the appellant-Society (first defendant), the owner of the property situated at Door No. 35, Lock Street, Kottur, Chennai entered into an Agreement for Sale of the property in favour of one S. Velayutham - 2nd defendant in the suit on t

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Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 ( Taj Heritage Corridor Project case ) petitioner- Mayawati

 12 July 2012

The only question raised in this writ petition, filed under Article 32 of the Constitution of India, is as to whether FIR lodged under Section 13(2) read with Section 13(1)(e) of the Prevention of Corruption Act, 1988 against the petitioner herein to

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Right of the employer to transfer employee from one office to another is subject to agreement entered into between them

 12 July 2012

The respondent-workman’s case was that his transfer to Jaipur was mala fide. He had raised an industrial dispute challenging his transfer and that dispute came to be referred to the Industrial Tribunal by the appropriate Government. The industrial tr

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If the petitioners fails to satisfied the Court that the award is neither legally nor factually sustainable the same deserve to be dismissed

 11 July 2012

The facts, as disclosed from the record, in a nutshell are that the petitioner was initially engaged as a helper/tyreman in the petitioner Corporation on 4.9.1997, on monthly remuneration of Rs.1500/-. He was asked to execute an agreement in the mont

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It is the duty of the administrative officer to ensure compliance of the notification under sec 3(1) breach of which entail punishment under the contempt of court Act

 09 July 2012

On 3.12.2010, this Court expressed the view that the petitioners have not taken steps to implement the notification and directed their counsel to make a statement on the issue of closure of all commercial and tourist establishments within the Buffer

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As per rule 134(6) recording of reasons in writing before suspension of the NSOP to safeguard the rights of the licensee against arbitrary is malafiled on the part of the state

 28 June 2012

The case of the petitioners in W.P.(C.) No. 2775/2012 is that petitioner No. 1 Global Vectra Helicorp Ltd. (herein referred to as Global Vectra) is a company registered under the Companies Act, 1956. Petitioner No. 2 is a Citizen of India and working

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All public authority is mandated under Section 4 (1) (b) (xii) of the RTI Act to publish the details of the beneficiaries of any subsidy given by the government

 23 June 2012

The submission of learned ASG Sh. A.S. Chandhiok, firstly, is that a perusal of the impugned order shows that the CIC has equated donations made by the President with subsidy, which is not the case. It is also submitted that the learned CIC has not d

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