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Certificate U/S 65B(4) Evidence Act Mandatory For Production Of Electronic Evidence; Oral Evidence Does Not Suffice: SC

   11 May 2022 at 10:22

In Ravinder Singh @ Kaku vs State of Punjab the Hon’ble Apex Court has held that the certificate under section 65B(4) of the Evidence Act is mandatory for the production of electronic evidence, and oral evidence in place of such certificate ca ..

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Smuggling Of Gold Of Bailable Quantity Cannot Be Treated As A Terrorist Act: Rajasthan HC

   11 May 2022 at 10:22

In the instant case, Azaz Khan v. N.I.A., the Division Bench held that Schedule II of the UAPA Act does not include the Customs Act, and the smuggling of gold, that too of a quantity bailable, does not pose threat to economic security and hence can n ..

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Top News Headlines 10th May 2022: No Vicarious Liability Under Section 141 NI Act Merely By Virtue Of Being Partner At A Firm Which Took Loan

   11 May 2022 at 10:12

No Vicarious Liability Under Section 141 NI Act Merely By Virtue Of Being Partner At A Firm Which Took Loan: SC In Dilip Hariramani vs Bank of Baroda the Hon’ble Apex Court has held that criminal liability under section 138 NI Act for cheque bo ..

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Top News Headlines 9th May 2022: SC Upholds Disciplinary Action Against Judicial Officer For Showing Undue Favour To A Party

   11 May 2022 at 09:54

SC Upholds Disciplinary Action Against Judicial Officer For Showing Undue Favour To A Party In Muzaffar Hussain vs State of UP the Hon’ble SC has upheld the disciplinary action taken against a Judicial Officer in Uttar Pradesh for passing order ..

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No Vicarious Liability Under Section 141 NI Act Merely By Virtue Of Being Partner At A Firm Which Took Loan: SC

   10 May 2022 at 10:40

In Dilip Hariramani vs Bank of Baroda the Hon’ble Apex Court has held that criminal liability under section 138 NI Act for cheque bounce cases cannot be fastened on a person merely because he was a partner at the firm that had taken the loan, ..

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Will Re-examine And Reconsider Section 124A IPC: Centre Tells SC

   10 May 2022 at 10:40

In the ongoing proceedings challenging the validity of Section 124A of IPC in the case titled SG Vombatkere vs Union of India the Centre has filed an affidavit in the Apex Court on Monday, informing that it has chosen to re-examine and reconsider se ..

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Top News Headlines 7th May 2022: Use Of Loudspeakers In Mosques Not A Fundamental Right: Allahabad HC

   09 May 2022 at 17:37

Use Of Loudspeakers In Mosques Not A Fundamental Right: Allahabad HC In Irfan vs State of UP and ors. the Allahabad HC has observed that the use of loudspeakers in mosques is not a fundamental right. The petitioner, Irfan, had moved the HC aggrieved ..

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Calcutta HC Proposed Appropriate Amendments In Crpc For Incorporating Provisions For Trial In Absence Of Absconding Accused In Rape Case

   09 May 2022 at 17:36

In the recent case, Kader Khan v State of West Bengal, the Hon’ble Calcutta HC has proposed that it is immensely important to bring amendments to Section 299 (1) CrPC in order to provide a fair trial in absentia of an absconder which might in ..

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SC Upholds Disciplinary Action Against Judicial Officer For Showing Undue Favour To A Party

   09 May 2022 at 10:21

In Muzaffar Hussain vs State of UP the Hon’ble SC has upheld the disciplinary action taken against a Judicial Officer in Uttar Pradesh for passing orders to unduly favour certain parties. The Court observed that showing undue favour to a party ..

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Dying Declaration Made To Doctor Admissible Even If No Certificate Of Fit Mental Health Appended: Orissa HC

   09 May 2022 at 10:21

In the case of Anjari Rout v. the State of Odisha, the Hon’ble Orissa HC held that the doctor is the best person to assess the mental condition of the victim. The Dying Declaration made to him could be accepted in the court of law and shouldn& ..

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