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Importance Of The Plaintiff’s Conduct In A Suit Of Specific Performance: Know What The SC Has To Say

   21 January 2022 at 13:58

The Hon’ble SC has observed, in the case of Shenbagam vs KK Rathinavel that the conduct of the plaintiff is very important in a suit for specific performance of a contract and the same has to be assessed by the Courts. In the instant case, the ..

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Inherited Property Of A Female Hindu Dying Intestate And Issueless Goes Back To The Source: SC

   21 January 2022 at 13:58

In the case of Arunachala Gounder vs Ponnusamy the Hon’ble SC has held that any property acquired by a female hindu dying intestate and without any children would go back where it came from, that is, to its source. In the instant case, the dev ..

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Magnitude Of The Offence Not The Sole Criteria For The Denial Of Bail: Delhi HC

   21 January 2022 at 10:05

In the case of Surendra Singh Bhati vs State (NCT of Delhi) and other connected matters, the Hon’ble Delhi HC has opined that the magnitude of the offense in question cannot be the sole criterion for the denial of bail. Granting bail to the tw ..

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Lis Pendens: Transfer Pending Litigation Not Void But Subject To Outcome Of The Suit: Says SC

   20 January 2022 at 13:55

In the case of G.T. Girish vs. Y. Subba Raju the Hon’ble SC has observed that the effect of section 52 of the Transfer of Property Act which incorporates the doctrine of lis pendens is that the transfer will be subject to the outcome of the su ..

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Woman’s Right Of Residence In A Shared Household Cannot Be Defeated By Eviction Under Senior Citizens Act: Gujarat HC

   20 January 2022 at 13:55

The Hon’ble Gujarat HC has observed, in the case of Jagdeepbhai Chandulal Patel vs. Reshma Ruchin Patel that the right of a woman to reside in a shared household cannot be defeated by a summary eviction under the Maintenance and Welfare Of Par ..

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Non-Payment of Pendente Lite Maintenance: Defence Can Be Struck Off Only When The Fault Is Deliberate

   19 January 2022 at 15:03

The Kerala HC has held, in the case of Shyju P.K. vs. Nadeera and Anr. that defence can be struck off for the non- payment of maintenance pendente lite only when the default is deliberate and is wilful. In the instant case, a woman along with her mi ..

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Insurance Company Would Be Liable Even If The Vehicle Was Stolen And Driven By Someone Else: Delhi HC

   19 January 2022 at 15:03

In the case of United India Insurance Company Ltd. vs. Smt. Anita Devi and Ors. the Delhi HC has observed that the insurance company cannot avoid it’s liability when the offending vehicle was stolen and was unauthorisedly driven by someone els ..

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Top News Headlines 19th Jan 2022: Article 20(3) Not Violated; Consent Of The Accused Not Necessary To Obtain Voice Sample

   19 January 2022 at 15:03

Article 20(3) Not Violated; Consent Of The Accused Not Necessary To Obtain Voice Sample: Kerala HC The Hon’ble Kerala HC has held in the case of Mahesh Lal N.Y. vs. State Of Kerala that the consent of the accused is not required for the purpose ..

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Article 20(3) Not Violated; Consent Of The Accused Not Necessary To Obtain Voice Sample: Kerala HC

   19 January 2022 at 11:55

The Hon’ble Kerala HC has held in the case of Mahesh Lal N.Y. vs. State Of Kerala that the consent of the accused is not required for the purpose of obtaining their voice sample for comparison, as the same has already been established and is n ..

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Company Directors Cannot Be Held Vicariously Liable; Cannot Be Implicated Without Specific Averments: Kerala HC

   18 January 2022 at 15:25

The Hon’ble Kerala HC has held, in the case of Aroon Purie vs. State of Kerala and anr. that the directors of a Company cannot be held criminally liable without any specific averment which indicates their role in the offence committed. The Cou ..

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