The impugned order passed by High Court was set aside and the previous judgments of the lower courts were validated...
Honorable Supreme Court read Order 38 Rule 5 of C.P.C carefully and reversed the judgment given by the High Court...
The Court once again read the provisions, Order 14 Rule 1 and Order 14 Rule 5 under C.P.C. The court after referring the provisions stated that the court can amend issues at any stage of the suit which my be out of necessity to determine the controve..
The High Court dismissed the revision. It was observed that the court has full authority to order the attachment of property which is outside its jurisdiction as laid down in the rules of CPC...
The petition was dismissed as there was no merits in the review petition...
The High Court set aside the order of the learned single judge. The court observed that the respondent had filed a case seeking permanent injunction so they need to stand on their own instead of discovering the documents about the ownership title of ..
The Supreme Court held that under Section 9 of the Code, the civil court shall have jurisdiction to try all suits of a civil nature and one has the right to bring a suit of civil nature of one’s choice however frivolous the claim may be, unless it is..
It was held that judged from the above angle, clause (68) of the 1934 Constitution cannot be said to be a fair one, in as much as the said clause provided for representation Parish Church wise. We took note of the contention urged on behalf of the Pa..
The Supreme Court held that under Section 9 of the Code, the civil court shall have jurisdiction to try all suits of a civil nature and one has the right to bring a suit of civil nature of one’s choice however frivolous the claim may be, unless it i..
The court held that in terms of the provision under Section 43 of the Evidence Act, the judgment in a criminal case shall be admissible provided it is a relevant fact in issue, and its admissibility otherwise is limited. It was held that a civil proc..
In this case, the Supreme Court held that civil proceedings as well as criminal proceedings are required to be decided on the evidence, which may be brought on record by the parties...
The court held that under the principle laid down under section 40 of the evidence act would only be applicable if the suit is found to be barred by the principle of res judicata or by reason of the provisions of any other statute and it does not lay..
Upon hearing the parties to the case, the Court held that, Article 19(1)(g) does not entitle citizens to carry on trade or business in activities which are immoral and criminal and in articles or goods which are obnoxious and injurious to health, saf..
In a recent judgment in K Lubna v Beevi, the Supreme Court (SC) upheld that a pure question of law can be examined at any stage even before the SC if the foundation of the fact has already been laid. The examination of the legal consequences of such ..
The Supreme Court bench comprising of Justices T.S. Thakur, Vikramajit Sen and C. Nagappan held that a complaint of a bounced cheque must be only filed at the place of dishonour of cheque Justice T.S Thakur wrote a separate but concurrent opinion an..
The bench comprising of Chief Justice P. Sathasivam, Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice N.V. Ramana in a Writ Petition filed under Article 32 of the Constitution has appointed a three-member committee to monitor the Central and State Governments on i..
The bench comprising of Justice S. Ravindra Bhat and Justice R. V. Easwar held that the decision of the High Court administration to not include the disability quota in the upcoming direct recruitment for the Delhi Higher Judicial Services was discr..
The bench comprising of Justice Pradeep Nandrajog and Justice Jayant Nath settled the question regarding the legal provisions required for registration and licensing of orphanages and children's home by clearing that the Juvenile Justice Act, 2000 wo..
The bench comprising of Justice A.K. Patnaik and Justice Fakkir Mohamed Ibrahim Kalifulla set aside the order passed by Bombay High Court restraining World Sport Group from proceeding with arbitration against MSM Satellite over dispute of facilitatio..