Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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Mere Allegations Of Harassment Are Not Abetment Of Suicide Positive Act Is Essential To Conclude An Offence Under Section 306 Of The IPC

   11 August 2022 at 11:47

Mere allegations of harassment or pressure doesn’t make an individual accountable for suicide. Proof of an act done is necessary. Only a positive act which led the deceased to commit suicide will attract offence under section 306 of the IPC. S ..

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CPC Order XV Rule 5: Mere Denial Of Landlord-Tenant Relationship Doesn’t Grant Tenant A Holiday From Duty To Pay Rent/ Damages: SC

   11 August 2022 at 11:46

The instant appeal concerns procedural issues under Order XV Rule 5 CPC that arose in a suit for eviction and recovery of rent arrears, as well as damages for use and occupation. The plaintiff-appellant contended that she is the owner of the suit sh ..

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Punjab And Haryana High Court: Order Refusing Appointment Of Local Commissioner Under Order XXVI Rule 9 Of CPC, 1908 Does Not Affect Rights Of Parties: No Revision Available

   11 August 2022 at 11:46

In dealing with a revision petition for setting aside an order passed by the Additional Civil Judge dismissing the plaintiff's application for appointment of a Local Commissioner, the Punjab and Haryana High Court held that an order refusing app ..

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Appeal For Higher Compassionate Appointment Dismissed It Is Not A Vested Right; It Is A Mere Aid Amidst Immediate Hardships And Financial Crisis

   10 August 2022 at 11:13

This order came because of an instant appeal vis-à-vis compassionate appointment. It was held in the case of Iqbal Khan Vs State of U.P. and 2 Others that compassionate appointment cannot be treated as a bonanza. It is not a disbursement of a ..

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Sex Workers Entitled To All Rights Available To Citizens But Cannot Claim Special Treatment On Violating The Law: Delhi High Court

   09 August 2022 at 17:26

The Delhi High Court has ruled that, while a sex worker has the same rights as any other citizen, she cannot expect special treatment if she breaks the law. The Court made the remark while denying interim bail to a sex worker who allegedly forced a ..

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Section 311 CrPC Application Cannot Be Dismissed Merely On The Ground That It Will Lead To Filling In Loop Holes Of Prosecution Case: Supreme Court

   09 August 2022 at 17:25

The Supreme Court stated that an application under Section 311 CrPC cannot be dismissed solely on the grounds that it will result in the prosecution's case being filled in. According to the bench of Justices DY Chandrachud and AS Bopanna, the p ..

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License To Use Software Is ‘Deemed Sale’ : Service Tax Not Leviable On Ground That Updates Are Provided : Supreme Court In Quick Heal's Case

   09 August 2022 at 14:53

The Supreme Court dismissed the Commissioner of Service Tax's appeals seeking to levy service tax of over Rs 56 crores on Quick Heal Technologies Ltd for the sale of anti-virus software between 2012 and 2014. The Court ruled that the sale of so ..

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Conditions Set By CBFC For Theatrical Release Of Movie Also Applicable To OTT Release: Kerala High Court On Prithviraj-Starrer 'Kaduva'

   09 August 2022 at 11:48

On Wednesday, the Kerala High Court ruled that the terms established by the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) for a movie's theatrical distribution must also be adhered to when it is broadcast on OTT platforms. Justice V.G. Arun noted t ..

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National Sports Code 2011 Can't Be Read Like A Statute' : Supreme Court Allows Players To Vote In AIFF Executive Committee Election

   09 August 2022 at 11:48

The Supreme Court directed that 36 football players (24 male and 12 female) be represented in the electoral college for the upcoming executive committee election of the All India Football Federation, arguing that the "National Sports Code, 2011 ..

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Labour Court Order For Reinstatement Squashed By Gujarat High Court ‘Consultant’ Cannot Raise Industrial Dispute Act

   09 August 2022 at 11:48

It was held In the case of Santram Spinners Limited v/s Babubhai Magandas Patel that a person working in ‘supervisory’ cannot raise an industrial dispute under the industrial dispute act. The supervisor use to get ‘consultancy fees ..

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