Letter Of Intent Is Not A Binding Contract Unless Such An Intention Is Evident From Its Terms: Supreme Court
In an appeal filed by South Eastern Coalfields Ltd (in South Eastern Coalfields Ltd vs. S. Kumar's Associates AKM (JV)), the Supreme Court said that a Letter of Intent is not a binding contract unless such an intention is evident from its terms. The bench stated that the intention must be clear and ambiguous and should indicate a party’s intention of entering a contract with the opposite part in the future.
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Supreme Court Refuses To Entertain Gautam Gambhir Plea Challenging Delhi HC Order Over Oxygen, Medicine Hoarding
BJP MLA Gautam Gambhir and his organization Gautam Gambhir Foundation challenged the order of the Delhi High Court over the hoarding of Oxygen and medicines related to COVID19 including Remdesivir, Fabiflu, etc. This plea was rejected by the Supreme Court of India stating that there were Trusts of social standing, and they cannot allow this plea.
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Delhi HC Seeks Centre’s Response On Separate Public Toilets For Transgenders
A notification issued on February 12, 2021 stated that within two years, transgenders will be able to use separate toilets. As of now, they are permitted to use the toilets that have been made for people with disabilities. However, nothing has been initiated and the trans community is still facing harassment.
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Roster Position Will Not Determine Seniority Of Judges Recruited After Applying Roster System Of Reservation: Madras High Court
In the case of M. Vasudevan vs. The Registrar General and 194 Ors,, the Court ruled that the earlier roster position of a judge recruited after applying the roster system for reservation, will not be a base of determination of the judge's seniority vis à vis other recruited judges. It will be based on the marks the judges give, not any additional factor.
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[Torture Of Ex-Army Officer] Uttar Pradesh Govt Continuously Showing Inaction Against Prima Facie Shameful Act: Allahabad High Court
A former Indian Army soldier was brutally tortured by the local police officers. The government of Uttar Pradesh constantly showed inaction towards this complaint. As a result, the Allahabad High Court took the matters in hand.
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The Definition Of "Terrorist Act" In UAPA Is So Vague That It Is Susceptible To Misuse: Justice Anjana Prakash
The anti-terror and national security laws have been introduced in order to protect the sovereignty of the State, but it is being used for the protection of political parties. This statement had been made by High Court judge Anjana Prakash in a webinar by CJAR.
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