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NCLAT/NCLT Should Strictly Adhere To IBC Timelines As Delays Cause Commercial Uncertainty

The Supreme Court has urged NCLT/NCLAT, the adjudicating and appellate authorities under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code,to strictly adhere to the timelines stipulated under the IBC and clear pending resolution plans forthwith. The case was of Ebix Singapore Private Limited v. Committee of Creditors of Educomp Solutions Limited. The decision was given by Justices DY Chandrachud and MR Shah.

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Repeated Filing Of Cases Against Spouse Can Amount To Cruelty

The decision was given by Justices Sanjay KishanKaul and Hrishikesh Roy. The case was of Sivasankaran v.Santhimeenal. It was held that repeated filing of cases and complaints against a spouse can amount to 'cruelty' for the purpose of granting divorce under Hindu Marriage Act.

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Suicides To Be Treated As COVID Deaths If COVID Was An Accompanying Condition

The Supreme Court has asked the Centre to revisit its decision of not including death by suicide as COVID-19 death even if COVID-19 is an accompanying condition. The decision was given by Justices MR Shah and AS Bopanna. The Bench has also asked the Centre to look into the certificates that have been issued already and the remedy that would be available tothe family members in case they have disputes with regards to the cause of death.

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Sentencing On Same Day As Conviction Denies An Effective Hearing

The case was of In Reference (Suo Moto) v. Yogesh Nath @ JogeshNath. The decision was given by a Division Bench of Justices G.S. Ahluwalia and Rajeev Kumar Shrivastava. The court stressed on the importance of an effective hearing. No sufficient opportunity was given to the accused-appellant for placing mitigating circumstances on record.

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Judicial Propriety Demands Respect For Order Passed By Coordinate Bench Of HC

The decision was given by Justices MR Shah and Aniruddha Bose. The case was UP Jal Vidyut Nigam v. Balbir Singh. The conduct of the Uttarakhand High Court wascriticised and its order was set aside. It was held that judicial propriety demands respect for the order passed by a Bench of coordinate strength of a High Court. 

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