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Company Directors Cannot Be Held Vicariously Liable; Cannot Be Implicated Without Specific Averments: Kerala HC

   18 January 2022 at 15:25

The Hon’ble Kerala HC has held, in the case of Aroon Purie vs. State of Kerala and anr. that the directors of a Company cannot be held criminally liable without any specific averment which indicates their role in the offence committed. The Cou ..

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Cannot Prove Adultery By Summoning Wife’s Private Medical Records: Karnataka HC

   18 January 2022 at 15:25

Justice N.S. Sanjay Gowda of the Karnataka HC has held that the illicit adulterous relationship of a spouse cannot be proved by summoning his/her private medical records. In the instant case, a petition for the dissolution of marriage by a decree of ..

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Rajasthan HC: Writ Petition Filed In Representative Capacity Without Authorisation Not Maintainable

   18 January 2022 at 15:25

The Rajasthan HC has, in a case titled Income Tax Contingent Employees Union vs Union of India and ors. has held that a writ petition filed in representative capacity without authorisation or a resolution to that effect is not maintainable. In the i ..

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Top News Headlines 18th Jan 2022: Rajasthan HC: Writ Petition Filed In Representative Capacity Without Authorisation Not Maintainable

   18 January 2022 at 14:45

Rajasthan HC: Writ Petition Filed In Representative Capacity Without Authorisation Not Maintainable The Rajasthan HC has, in a case titled Income Tax Contingent Employees Union vs Union of India and ors. has held that a writ petition filed in represe ..

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Successful Bidder Cannot Dodge His Bid Claiming It To Be A Conditional Offer: NCLAT

   17 January 2022 at 12:15

The Principal Bench of NCAT (National Company Law Appellate Tribunal) comprising Justice Anant Bijay Singh and Ms. Shreesha Merla, in a case titled M/s Visisth Services Ltd. vs. S.V.Ramani has held that the successful bidder cannot escape his contra ..

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Top News Headlines 17th Jan 2022: Taking Daughter-In-Law’s Jewellery For Safekeeping Does Not Constitute Cruelty Under 498A IPC

   17 January 2022 at 12:14

Taking Daughter-In-Law’s Jewellery For Safekeeping Does Not Constitute Cruelty Under 498A IPC: SC The Hon’ble SC has observed that keeping a daughter in law’s jewellery for safekeeping does not constitute cruelty within the meaning ..

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Absolute Immunity To Judges Challenged! Keep Reading To Know All About It

   17 January 2022 at 12:04

A plea has been filed in the Bombay HC challenging section 3 of the Judges (Protection) Act, 1985 that protects Judges from criminal or civil liability with regard to anything done or said by them in discharge of their official duties. The petitione ..

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Taking Daughter-In-Law’s Jewellery For Safekeeping Does Not Constitute Cruelty Under 498A IPC: SC

   17 January 2022 at 10:22

The Hon’ble SC has observed that keeping a daughter in law’s jewellery for safekeeping does not constitute cruelty within the meaning of section 498A of IPC. In the instant case, the complainant had filed a case of dowry harassment again ..

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To Record Witness Evidence Under 299 CrPC, Must Prove That The Witness Is Absconding With No Possibility Of Arrest: Kerala HC

   15 January 2022 at 13:20

In the case of Mohammad Rafi and ors. vs. State of Kerala and ors. the Hon’ble Kerala HC was called upon to interpret section 299 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, and it held that for recording the evidence of witnesses under 299 CrPC, it is ..

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Plea For Conducting DNA Test Cannot Be Entertained Unless Birth Documents Are Under Challenge: Tripura HC

   15 January 2022 at 13:20

In the case of Nirmal Ghosh vs. Partha Ghosh the Hon’ble Tripura HC has held that any plea for conducting a DNA test cannot be entertained by the court unless there is an explicit challenge to the birth documents and school records of a person ..

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