An Original Side Appeal was filed under Order XXXVI Rule 9 of O.S. Rules r/w Clause 15 of the Letters Patent to set aside the common order and decree dated 10.11.2020 by the Madras High Court.
In the present case, the petitioner filed a suit for declaration with consequential relief of partition and possession. In addition, an application for interim relief against the respondents was filed in respect to land that was claimed to be joint and un-partitioned property. The Court allowed the petition and directed the lower court to reconsider the matter.
The Petitioner filed the writ petition to exempt the commercial pilots from undergoing the mandatory breath-analyzer tests and to direct the Respondent to reinstate the earlier order and suspend the test.
This is a criminal revision petition where the Petitioner is sentenced and convicted for the punishable offence under Section 228 and 338 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) for an imprisonment of 4 months and 1 year respectively.
Case: Phoenix Arc Private Limited versus Ketulbhai Ramubhai Patel Introduction: Recently, the Honorable Supreme Court of India, in the case of Phoenix Arc Private Limited
A petition was presented by an advocate practising in Delhi who is suffering from COVID-19. In this petition, he demanded to be provided with Remdesivir injection which has been prescribed to him. Moreover, the Court also observed certain issues regarding the acute shortage of the said drug and ruled that it should be made available not merely to the hospitalized patients but also to the patients who are in home isolation.
A single-judge bench consisting of Honorable Justice Battu Devananda gave orders on the writ petition no. 9035 of 2021. The writ petition was filed against the demand notice no. 4352/Q/2009 issued by Respondent no. 3 (The deputy director of mines and geology) demanding to pay a sum of Rs. 83,12,130 towards the normal seigniorage fees, a penalty of Rs. 8,17,23,150, DMF of Rs. 24,93,639 and the merit of Rs. 1,66,243, for unauthorized excavation and transportation of road metal and building stone without obtaining the dispatch permits.
Excerpt The Kerala high court, on April 27, 2021, held during a criminal proceeding that, the category of offences termed to be prohibited in the