This judgment deals with the statement of the Supreme Court which says that schools have saved all the operational costs during the lockdown and cannot charge the students for the unused facilities.
The court held that Muslim women cannot be barred from resorting to extra-judicial modes for dissolution of a marriage.
The Supreme Court didn't take comprehension and saw that the issues brought up include issues of state strategy with which the Judiciary doesn't have any concern. The cure lies with the Legislature and not the courts.
In the following judgment, the Supreme Court has held that when the parties change the place of arbitration by mutual consent, the new place will become their -seat of arbitration-.
In the said judgement the single judge bench of Bombay High Court was dealing with a case where the applicants were charged with the offence of abetment to suicide and were trying to seek bail without going into custody.
In the present case, the appellants were aggrieved by an order passed by Hon-ble Justice Singh on 30th January 2015. The appellants were appointed as constables in Jharkhand police under the SC/ST/OBCreservations after a division of the State of Jhar
The court held that the commuters were eligible for compensation from the railway authorities.
The court held that the decree was executable.
The Hon-ble court held that the surviving heirs of the deceased junior member would be entitled to claim partition of the property and have their share or shares separated from the property and also mentioned that the Madras Shariat (Amendment) Act,1
The Court held that the original application had filed and the impugned order was set aside and quashed. Considering the fact and circumstances of the case, there was no order as to costs.
This case deals with the guidelines issued for the appointment of the ad-hoc judges in the High Courts.
The Trial Court observed that the respondent neglected his duty to maintain his children and wife. Thus, on 19thJanuary 1993, The Judicial Magistrate ordered the maintenance amount to be paid to the wife at the rate of Rupees 200/- per month and to e
Although Chand Patel denied any marriage taking place between the two, this contention did not go well with the trial court and the court thus rejected his stance as the prima face evidence pointed out otherwise. The court observed that Bismillah Beg
Criminal Proceedings Can Be Stopped At The Post-Conviction Stage By Invoking Power U/S 482 CrPC After A Victim-Convict Settlement
The Court held the statement of the accused amounting to a statement made by the panch to the police officer during the course of investigation is incorrect.
The Supreme Court held that a simple plea of talaq in answer to the procedures filed by the wife for maintenance can't be treated as a proclamation of talaq and the responsibility of the husband to pay maintenance to his wife doesn't conclude such co
The Section 2 of the Muslim Personal Law Application Act, 1937, was found arbitrary and violative of Fundamental Rights guaranteed under Part 3 of the Indian Constitution under Articles 14, 15 and 21. Also, it was found to be injurious to public orde
The Madras High Court ruled in the favour that custom, once proved to be valid, will prevail over Personal law when there is no inconsistency between the two provisions in cases of adoption
The Court held that conversion to another religion by one or both Hindu spouses did not dissolve the marriage.
Bombay HC states that Non deliberate insult to religious feeling is not an offence.
Updated on : 07/05/2021 21:21:02