KEY TAKEAWAYS When an unprivileged Will is in question the requirements laid down in section 63 must be complied. Sheer mechanical submission is not sufficient to succeed under section 63 of The Succession Act of 1925. When a matter in appeal stage c ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Recently, on Tuesday, the Supreme court observed that solenon-availability of operation theatres during an emergency can not be considered as negligence on the hospital’s part.DETAILS Name of the case : Bombay Hospital and Medical ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Supreme Court on 29th November, while deciding an appeal against a judgement of the Karnataka High Court held that the special court does not have the power to take cognizance of an offence under the MMDR Act in the absence of a spe ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Supreme Court saw that Section 362 of the Code of Criminal Procedure doesn't engage a court to suo moto review the prior order passed by it.DETAILS Name of the case : XXX vs State of Kerala Foundation of the case : The bench inc ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The Supreme Court has seen that illicit utilization of an authorized or endorsed weapon fundamentally doesn't establish an offense under Section 27 of the Arms Act, 1959, without demonstrating the crime u/s 5 or 7 of the Act.DETAILS ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS Mere mentioning of wordings such as “Fraud/ Fraudulent” in clever legal drafting does not create an exemption to section 34 of the SARFAESI Act. The “fraud” test must be satisfied in the event if a petition compr ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS While addressing the Supreme Court Bar Association at the Constitution day event on Friday, the Chief Justice of India N V Ramana, said that most important feature of the Indian Constitution is that it provides a framework for debate. H ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS On Friday, a bench consisting of Justices L Nageswara Rao, BR Gavai and BV Nagarathna, permitted the review petitions filed by 2 death-row convicts to change into capital punishment forced on them to life imprisonment for a term of 30 y ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS The High Court declared that mere conversion of the religion does not give access to inter-caste marriage certificates. The petition was filed by S Paul Raj, pleading to quash the decision given by the District Administration of Salem a ..
KEY TAKEAWAYS In a recent hearing, the Itanagar Bench of the Guwahati High Court held that a magistrate made a mistake in conceding help to a non respondent who was not considered as an aggrieved party for a case recorded under the Protection of Wome ..