KEY TAKEAWAYS Anyone who is declared as an absconder or proclaimed offender in terms of Section 82 of the Criminal Procedure Code is not entitled to the relief of anticipatory bail. A person against whom a warrant had been issued and who absconds or ..
It is extremely shocking to see that India is least perturbed about the most dubious, dangerous and dastardly role played by Pakistan in repeatedly sending terrorists to kill not just our soldiers but also innocents ..
The impugned orders passed by the High Court in writ petition and writ appeal are not sustainable in law, hence the Supreme Court has allowed the present appeal and set aside the impugned orders passed by the High Court. ..
In court proceedings, a person is usually declared hostile by the Court who after having taken a stand on something turns hostile and retracts from the stand which he/she had taken earlier ! ..
Key Takeaways Section 61-69 in the Criminal Procedure Code deals with the Process to Compel Appearance. Required procedure must be followed and Form I in Schedule II should be filled and signature of the officer presiding the court and seal of the co ..
Key Takeaways While parole is granted to the prisoner to meet a specific exigency, furlough may be granted after a stipulated number of years have been served without any reason. Furlough not a matter of right.What is ParoleParole is a system of rele ..
The Civil Procedure Code, 1908, controls the civil procedure of courts in India. The unified Code in civil court procedure has allowed several suits to stay for decades ..
As the jury is still out and the Bombay High Court is yet to decide this high profile case, we have to keep our fingers crossed till then! Which way the dice may roll is quite unpredictable! ..
Key Takeaways Justice Oka was recently elevated to the Supreme Court. In a speech at a felicitation event in Thane District Courts Bar Association, he stated that the judiciary is currently facing a crisis of credibility and the legal profession shou ..
Key Takeaways The Laws of Succession are legal principles of the distribution of assets of a deceased person. These include the order in which people are to share the property/estate of the deceased person. An heir is a person who is intended to inhe ..