Civil Law Judgements

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conservation and protection of the Island’s unique environment : Section 3 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986

 21 June 2012

Facts: These appeals have been filed by the Union Territory of Lakshadweep against an order dated 16th January, 2012 passed by the High Court of Kerala at Ernakulam whereby the High Court has directed the appellants to process the applications mad

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When information is such which on a purposive construction of sec 8 is exempt from disclosure

 18 June 2012

This intra court appeal impugns the order dated 22nd December, 2010 of the learned Single Judge dismissing in limine WP(C) No. 8558/2010 preferred by the appellant. The said writ petition was preferred impugning the decision dated 12th November, 2010

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After cross-examination of their witnesses, the petitioner would be given an opportunity to examine witnesses in his defence

 16 June 2012

The petitioner before us is teaching in Ramjas College of Delhi University and took over charge as its Vice-Principal in January, 2007. 04 male students of the College submitted complaints alleging sexual harassment at the hands of the petitioner, to

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Any act of the Respondend contrary to the procedure of law and prejudice to any party is liable tobe setaside

 12 June 2012

The brief facts of the case are that the petitioner joined the services of the respondent bank as a clerk in December, 1969 and has arisen upto the position of Chief Manager of the bank. On 30.01.2007, respondent had served memorandum of even date

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On the basis of allegation which could not be sustaintiated in a court of law cannot be denie the benfit of appointment

 11 June 2012

This writ petition is directed against the order dated 24.01.2012 passed by the Central Administrative Tribunal, Principal Bench, New Delhi in OA 1821/2011. The case pertains to the cancellation of the candidature of the respondent for the post of Co

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UGC Package 1998 amended from time to time would be extended to the faculty of NIHFW only as it existed on 30.09.1992

 07 June 2012

The petitioners were working in the National Institute of Health and Family Welfare (NIHFW). The claim of the petitioners before the Tribunal was that they were governed by the University Grants Commission (UGC) package of 24.12.1998 whereby the age

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When an order is made by a court it is his obligation to obey the order without any condition

 06 June 2012

It is the plain and unqualified obligation of every person against, or in respect of whom an order is made by a court of competent jurisdiction to obey it unless and until that order is discharged. The uncompromising nature of this obligation is show

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Where the findings based on some evidence court cannot reappreciate the evidence and substitute them with its own findings

 05 June 2012

This appeal, by special leave, is preferred by the Patna High Court, through its Registrar General, against the judgment and order dated 21st May, 2010, rendered by a Division Bench of the High Court in the writ petition filed by respondent no.1. In

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Chances to restrain from payment under bank guarantee on ground of froud is narrow afforded by law

 02 June 2012

The instant appeal concerns, two of the several purchase orders placed by the respondent „Milkfood Ltd.‟ upon M/s.Dany Dairy Food Engineer Ltd. (DDFE) i.e. the purchase orders dated May 25, 1988 and September 10, 1988, for due performance of which, a

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As per Rule 22 CPC the Respondend can resist the appeal for reduction of compensation without filling any cross objection

 01 June 2012

The first Respondent (the Claimant) by virtue of the provision of Order XLI Rule 22 CPC can resist the Appeal for reduction of compensation on other grounds without filing of any Cross Appeal or Cross Objections. The question of resisting the Appeal

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