Brahamdeep Kaur

Dismissal of the First Complaint Not To Be a Bar for Filing Of a Second Complaint on the Same Grounds in Exceptional Cases: Jammu...

Excerpt The Petitioners have filed the instant petition to invoke the inherent jurisdiction for quashing proceedings initiated against them upon a complaint titled "Manzoor Ahmad Bhat v. Tahira and others" along with impugned order dated 13.11.2019. The Petitioners urged that...

Jammu and Kashmir High Court Sets Aside the Arbitral Award Containing Decisions on Matters Not Falling Within the Terms of Submission To Arbitration

Excerpt The Petitioner, M/s K.B. Construction Company filed the present petition under Section 34 of the Jammu & Kashmir Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1997, for setting aside the award passed by the arbitrator. The High Court set aside the said...

J&K High Court Ruling on Trial Court Having Full Power To Order Further Investigation on Account of Previous Investigation Being Defective

Excerpt The Petitioner filed the present petition against the order passed by the learned Court of Special Judge, Anti-corruption, Srinagar, directing the SSP VOK Srinagar (now ACB) to conduct a further investigation on the aspects stated in the order. The...

Jammu and Kashmir High Court Rules in Favour of MRF Ltd. Regarding Deduction of Discount From Taxable Turnover

Excerpt The present appeal was preferred by the Petitioner, MRF Ltd., against the assessment orders disallowing exclusion of discount from their turnover of sales. Initially, the appeal was rejected, both by the Deputy Commissioner of Sales Tax (Appeals) and the...

Jammu and Kashmir High Court Quash the FIR Considering the Continuation of Investigation To Be Contrary To the Interest of Justice

The present petition was filed by the petitioners under Section 482 of Cr. P.C. seeking quashing of FIR which was registered at Banihal Police Station for the commission of offences under Sections 420, 467, 468, 471, 472, 474, 109 RPC. The High Court quashed the FIR considering it to be unfair and contrary to the interest of justice as the issue was resolved amicably by the parties thereto and was reduced into writing by way of a deed of compromise.

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