KEY TAKEAWAYS “You can imagine the contribution which leftist lawyers, lawyers with leftist leanings, made towards the development of constitutional law”, remarked Orissa High Court Chief Justice S Muralidhar. He pleaded with the legal re ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS “The court should not intervene in the case of an accused who refuses to cooperate with the authorities and is on the run.” The above stated observation was made by a bench of Justices M R Shah and A S Bopanna while upholdin ..
Key Takeaways The case of Smriti Madan Kansangra v. Perry Kansangra deals with a guardianship petition filed by Perry Kansagra , father of minor, under the Guardianship and Wards Act 1890, before the District Court. Both the parents sought custody, b ..
Key Takeaways The question before the court was that whether parallel prosecutions arising from a single transaction under Section 138 of the NI Act could be sustained. The section specifies the consequences of a dishonoured cheque. In the present ca ..
Key Takeaways The appellants were accused of assaulting and killing a local fish trader. During the investigation weapons were recovered from the appellant. They were convicted by the trial court and the case was appealed. The appellants contended th ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS On the basis of equal pay for equal labour, the Supreme Court stated that part-time temporary employees in a government-run institution cannot claim salary parity with regular government employees. The above observations were made by a ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Supreme Court has reiterated that a Magistrate's summons to the Directors of a Company issued on a complaint under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act is justified if the complaint contains the basic averment that they ..
Mere Exclusion Of Sibling From Will Not A Ground To Suspect Its GenuinenessThe case was of V Prabhakara v. Basavaraj K (Dead) by LR and Another. The decision was given by Justices SK Kaul and MM Sundresh. The Court held that a testamentary court is n ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Supreme Court verbally stated on Friday that virtual hearings cannot become the norm, as they were implemented in response to the extreme crisis caused by the COVID outbreak. The Court further stated that it is one thing to assert t ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Supreme Court has ruled that in matters of corruption a preliminary investigation by the Central Bureau of Investigation is not required before registering an FIR under CrPC, PC Act, or even CBI manual. The observation was made by a ..