Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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WIFE LIVING SEPARATELY DOES NOT AMOUNT DESERTION

 29 December 2008

WIFE LIVING SEPARATELY DOES NOT AMOUNT DESERTION ..

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DIS HONOUR OF CHEQUE- PRESUMPTION U/S.139 THE N.I.ACT

 25 December 2008

A. Negotiable Instruments Act, Sections 138 and 141 - Blank cheque duly signed given by drawer - It cannot be presumed that an implied authority is given to the holder of the cheque to fill it up towards the discharge of a debt etc. - It cannot be pr..

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landmark judgment, the National Consumer Disputes Redressal

 22 December 2008

In a landmark judgment, the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission, New Delhi, has directed the Union Ministry of Petroleum and Ministry of Consumer Affairs to ensure that all LPG marketing companies issue necessary instructions to distribut..

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GUIDELINES FOR USE OF INHERENT POWER IN COURT U/S.482 CrPC

 22 December 2008

Guidelines for the use of inherent power of the court under section 482 of Cr. P.C Mahindra & Mahindra Financial ServicesLtd. and Anr. v. Rajiv Dubey, Criminal Appeal No. 1966 of 2008. Date of Judgment 4-12-08 The power under the section is designed ..

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Family Pension to Smt. Ratni Devi after 27 years

 22 December 2008

Family Pension to Smt. Ratni Devi after 27 years ..

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RECENT JUDGEMENT OF SC ON 302 OF IPC

 21 December 2008

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Accident Claim-owner or pillion rider are not third party

 21 December 2008

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RECENT JUDGEMENT OF SC ON IPC AND Cr.P.C

 20 December 2008

`The proceedings under Section 174 have a very limited scope. The object of the proceedings is merely to ascertain whether a person has died under suspicious circumstances or an unnatural death and if so what is the appare..

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Vodafone Judgement

 18 December 2008

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burmah shell vs belgaum muncipality

 18 December 2008

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The Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act, 1939

 18 December 2008

Whether a Muslim wife residing in her own family house and away from her husband, is entitled to claim divorce on the ground under Section 2(ii) of the Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act, 1939, hereinafter referred to as the Act, that her husband "ha..

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Land Acquisition Act, 1894

 18 December 2008

Challenge in this appeal is to the order passed by a Division Bench of the Punjab and Haryana High Court dismissing the writ petition questioning legality of the Notification dated 24.8.2000 issued under Section 4 of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 (i..

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138 OF N.I. Act

 18 December 2008

The instant appeal is directed against judgment dated November 23, 2006, rendered by the learned Single Judge of Punjab and Haryana High Court, in Criminal Appeal No. 946 SBA of 2004, by which the judgment dated December 6, 2003, passed by the learne..

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2 nd wife applying succession certificate

 18 December 2008

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2 nd wife applying succession certificate

 18 December 2008

Indian Succession Act,1952 — Section 372 — Application for obtaining succession certificate thereunder — One filed by VD and other by SB — With respect to movable property of deceased — Joint trial by Trial Court — VD's application allowed and that o..

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Divorce

 18 December 2008

HINDU MARRIAGE ACT, 1955 Section 13 Divorce — Divorce obtained on the basis of divorce deed — Allegation by wife that deed obtained coercively and by use of force — Trial Court granted decree of divorce, upheld by first appellate Court — High Cou..

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Cheating

 18 December 2008

Indian Penal Code, 1860 — Sections 406, 420, 294, 506 & 34 — Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 — Section 200 — Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881 — Section 138 Advocates: Cases Cited: State of Haryana v. Bhajan Lal, AIR 1992 SC 604 [Para 17]..

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Discrimination on Entertainment Tax

 18 December 2008

Constitution of India, Article 14 - Andhra Pradesh Entertainment Tax Act, 1939 - Entertainment tax - Discrimination - Rate of tax in respect of Telgu film was fixed at 10% and that of non-Telgu film has been fixed at 24% - Classification only on the ..

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Supreme Court on interpretation of Rule 67 of Companies (Cou

 18 December 2008

When Rule 67 categorically states that Summons for Directions shall be moved ex-parte, the question of prejudice or rule of natural justice does not come into play; if at the threshold stage of directions to convene a meeting of creditors and members..

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no obligation to have its shares listed on the Stock Exchang

 18 December 2008

It is only if a company intends to offer its shares to the public for subscription by issue of a prospectus that it must apply to the Stock Exchange for permission to list its shares in terms of section 73 of Companies Act, before issuing such a pros..

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