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HC & SC judgement prevail over excise department:SC

   27 April 2009 at 17:39

HC & SC judgement prevail over excise department circulars & Instructions: SCThe Supreme Court last week emphasised that circulars and instructions issued by the customs and excise boards are no doubt binding on the authorities but when the Supreme C ..

Posted in Taxation |   478 Views

HC notice to Centre on plea over Sikkim CM's Citizenship

   14 April 2009 at 06:01

HC notice to Centre on plea over Sikkim CM's citizenship New Delhi, Apr 8 The Delhi High Court today issued a notice to the Centre on a petition which claimed that Sikkim Chief Minister Pawan Kumar Chamling was not an Indian citizen and sought a dire ..

Posted in Others |   194 Views

HC suggests Tamil Nadu to ament Registration Act

   02 March 2009 at 11:54

HC suggests Tamil Nadu to amend Registration ActChennai, Feb 13 : The Madras High Court has suggested the Tamil Nadu government to amend Registration Act to prevent duplication in land registration process.The court, yesterday held that cancellation ..

Posted in Property Law |   2668 Views

Lawyers can advertise on Internet,BCI tells Supreme Court

   22 February 2009 at 16:37

NEW DELHI: Lawyers, like other professionals, are now free to advertise their services on Internet as the Bar Council of India (BCI) on Monday informed the Supreme Court that it has relaxed its rules on the issue in view of the changing global scenar ..

Posted in Others |   185 Views

Seeking Share In Wife's Ancestral Property Is Not Dowry:SC

   13 February 2009 at 04:21

The Supreme Court of India has given a decision that asking for the wife's share in ancestral property from in-laws would not come under the definition of ‘dowry.’ The judgment has come in the case of Baldev Singh who had moved the apex court challen ..

Posted in Criminal Law |   206 Views

Father Can Gift Ancestral Property To Daughters.SC

   13 February 2009 at 03:20

NEW DELHI: In a major judgment, the Supreme Court has ruled that a father can gift a reasonable portion of his ancestral immovable property to daughters at the time of their marriage or even long after their marriage. The ruling was given by a Bench ..

Posted in Property Law  3 comments |   2234 Views

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