In this writ petition, a three-judge Bench heard the learned counsel of Orissa High Court and discussed in detail the appointment of ad hoc Judges under Article 224A of the Constitution of India. The judgment in the present case...
Nothing In Arbitration Act Prevents Two Indian Companies From Seeking Neutral Foreign Award: Delhi High Court
The Court heard a civil matter related to arbitration outside India and foreign arbitrary awards related to it. The fact of the case The appellant in the present case is a company registered under the Companies Act, 1956 with its office...
Excerpt The Petitioner in the present case has filed a suit against the respondent for not being able to exercise their rights in Mandir Shree Kalkaji. The Delhi High Court after hearing the case appointed the Receivers. Facts In one family being...
TVF Allowed To Broadcast on Multiple Platforms Due to Invalid Contract With MX Player: Delhi High Court
Excerpt The petitioner had filed an arbitration case before the Delhi High Court praying for an injunction restraining order to be passed from delivering content to platforms other than the petitioner’s and direct the respondent to refund the advance consideration...
Author: Biyanka Bhattacharya (backdate to 11.01.2021) Excerpt The Supreme Court heard a PIL filed under Article 32 of the Constitution of India. The petitioners challenged the deportation of the Rohingya Muslims who are detained in Jammu as they took refuge in...
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