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Owners Are Also Liable When A Vehicle Is Driven With Too Much Weight, Per Section 113(3) Of The Motor Vehicles Act, Kerala High Court

   25 January 2023 at 15:58

The Kerala High Court noted on Friday that owners of the cars are also subject to prosecution under Section 113(3) of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 if they allowed the vehicle to be driven with an excessive amount of weight.The court stated that after ..

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S.9(2) Jj Act | Court Must Conduct Investigation Before Making Decision On Accused's Juvenile Status Plea: Orissa High Court

   25 January 2023 at 15:58

According to the Orissa High Court, before deciding on an application, a court that is not a juvenile justice board must conduct an investigation and gather all necessary evidence by Section 9(2) of the juvenile justice act.The Single Judge Bench of ..

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The Allahabad High Court dismisses criminal proceedings against an accused electricity thief, calling them "oppressive and unwarranted."

   24 January 2023 at 17:16

The Allahabad High Court declared the excessive delay in the trial to be oppressive and unjustified on Thursday, and it halted criminal proceedings that had been ongoing against a man accused of stealing energy for 18 years.The charge sheet and all o ..

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For claims that are rejected, the statute of limitations starts to run on the date when the final bill is paid: Calcutta HC

   24 January 2023 at 17:16

The Calcutta High Court ruled that for claims that are denied as a result of it, the statute of limitations will start to expire on the date of final payment.The Court ruled that once a claim that existed at the time the final bill was prepared was r ..

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If any of the parties to the lawsuit are not signatories to the arbitration agreement, Section 8 prohibits the automatic making of an arbitral reference: High Court of Bombay

   24 January 2023 at 17:16

The Bombay High Court has declared that under Section 8 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, the matter cannot be automatically sent to arbitration if the plaintiff seeks relief in a lawsuit against parties, some of whom are not signatories ..

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Munsiff Magistrate Trainee is not a Judicial Officer and is not barred from being appointed as a District Judge after seeking permission: High Court of Kerala

   19 January 2023 at 17:31

The Kerala High Court ruled that it would not be a barrier to a person's appointment to the position of District Judge if they had merely been a Munsiff-Magistrate trainee on the date their application for appointment as such was submitted or on ..

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After the presentation of the chargesheet, default bail may be cancelled on grounds other than default: Supreme Court

   19 January 2023 at 17:31

The CBI's appeal seeking the cancellation of bail for T Gangi Reddy, the primary suspect in the murder of YS Vivekananda Reddy, a former Kadapa MP and the uncle of current AP chief minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, was referred to the Telangana high ..

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The 'Last Seen' Situation Cannot Be The Only Ground For Conviction: Murder suspect cleared by the Supreme Court

   19 January 2023 at 17:31

The Supreme Court stated that a court should not condemn an accused solely based on the "last seen" scenario while overturning the concurrent conviction of a murder suspect.The bench of Justices S. Ravindra Bhat and P S Narasimha stated tha ..

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What Are Netanyahu's 'Judicial Reforms,' Which Have Sparked Hundreds Of Protests In Israel?

   18 January 2023 at 13:28

However, under the current legislation, the panel would be increased to 11 members, and each appointment would require only a simple majority of six votes to be approved.Parliamentarians and Cabinet ministers would be raised to three each, and attorn ..

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After Signing A Contract, A Party Is Prohibited From Contesting The Amount Imposed By It, According To The Supreme Court.

   18 January 2023 at 13:28

According to the Supreme Court, the parties cannot contest the amount of consideration stipulated in a contract if they sign it and issue an undertaking in compliance with its conditions.The subject of whether a party to a contract has the right to c ..

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