It has to be remarked right at the outset that in a very important observation made most recently on November 7, 2019 in a latest judgment titled Manoharan v State by Inspector of Police, Variety Hall Police Station, Coimbatore in Review Petition (Cr
In the judgment of the case – Principal Commissioner of Income Tax (Central) -1 v. NRA Iron & Steel Pvt. Ltd., delivered on October 25, 2019, Justice Uday Umesh Lalit and Justice Indu Malhotra, at the Supreme Court, have, while dismissing t
The origin of Writs took place in the English judicial system where generally the King's Bench passed orders in the forms of Writs under the Royal Seal.The Black's Law Dictionary defines it as "A mandatory precept issuing from the Court
Enacted in 1872, the Indian Contracts Act has been amended a number of times since then. Sundry changes have been brought in via multiple Amendments. But do these amendments nowmake the Act exhaustive? Do these amendments fulfil all the possible shor
The Barbarous Case of Babri Masjid - A Legal Analysis of the Ayodhya Verdict
This article was authored with the contributions from Mr. Navin Kumar Jaggi, Advocate at JJ&J Attorneys. This article is the second part in a series that examines how precautionary principle can aid the implementation of NREP Even after precautio
Once partners retire from a firm, one of the foremost questions that they need to deal with would be on the capital gains that will be applicable on receiving assets from the firm after many years of practice.
A writ of mandamus is a court order issued by a judge at a petitioner's request compelling someone to execute a duty that they are legally obligated to complete. A writ can also be issued when the authority of a higher court is required to order
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Justice Sharad Arvind Bobde To Be The New CJI From Nov 18
Everyone trusts doctors and other medical providers with their health and sometimes their lives. Medical technology today has advanced, and it aims to reduce the errors in the medical field. However, some errors are still widespread. Unfortunately, s
Section 33 of the Industrial Disputes Act dealing with the conditions of service, etc., to remain unchanged under certain circumstances during pendency of any conciliation proceeding before a conciliation officer or a Board or of any proceeding befor
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In the judgment of the case �State of Madhya Pradesh v. Udham and Others, delivered on October 22, 2019, Justices N.V.Ramana, Mohan M. Shantanagouder and Ajay Rastogi, at the Supreme Court, have underlined the need of not to take the aspect of
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The litigation is introduced in a court of law by the court itself and not by the aggrieved party or by any other private party.
The advent of cryptocurrency is a revolution in the domain of money. Cryptocurrency for the purpose of this article has been used interchangeably as Virtual currency also.
Without mincing any words, it has been held very categorically and convincingly by the Apex Court in HS Yadav vs Shakuntala Devi Parakh in Civil Appeal No(s). 5153 of 2019 most recently on October 15, 2019 that a State Legislature cannot enact a law