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Kerala HC: Doctrine of Desuetude Invoked; Permits Construction Of Commercial Building

Construction of a commercial building has been permitted by the Kerala High Court on a site which was reserved for residential buildings. The Doctrine of Desuetude has also been invoked. The High Court of Kerala has also issued directions to the State and other authorities to revise the building plans. The decision was given by the Single Bench of Justice  P B Suresh Kumar. 

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Meghalaya HC: Forced Inoculation Is A Violation Of Fundamental Right

The Meghalaya High Court has stated that mandatory and forceful vaccination is not justified in law and it will be declared ultra vires ab initio. The Court has issued directions which state that the citizens have the right to make an informed choice about being vaccinated. The decision has been given by the Division Bench consisting of Chief Justice Biswanath Somadder and Justice H S Thangkhiew.

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Madhya Pradesh HC to State: Can Advocates With Less Than 7 Years Of Experience Represent The State In Criminal Cases

The Madhya Pradesh High Court has expressed concern over the appointment of Panel Lawyers who did not have 7 years of experience with regard to representing the State Government in matters of Criminal Law. The Bench, which has posed this question to the Central and the State Government, consists of Justice Vijay Kumar Shukla and Chief Justice Mohammed Rafiq. The question has been raised with regards to Section 24 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. 

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Karnataka High Court Directs State To Decide On Giving Video Conferencing Facilities To Quasi Judicial Bodies

The Karnataka High Court has told the State to take a stand about providing video conferencing facilities to judicial and quasi-judicial bodies. The Division Bench consisting of Justice Abhay Oka and Justice Suraj Govindaraj has issued the directions. It has been stated that bearing in mind the provisions in the Disaster Management Act, the authorities have to be prepared for the third wave of the COVID 19 pandemic. Hence, facilities of video conferencing must be given to all judicial and quasi-judicial authorities.

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Uttarakhand HC: COVID Cannot Be Reinvited By Permitting Large Gatherings At Religious Shrines

The Uttarakhand High Court has stated that in light of the second wave of the COVID 19 pandemic, it is not justified that another wave be invited due to large gatherings at religious shrines. The decision was given by the Bench consisting of Chief Justice Raghvendra Singh Chauhan and Justice Alok Kumar Verma. The Bench has asked the State Government to reconsider its decision to permit the commencement of the Char Dham Yatra.

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