Devanshi Desai

Once an Order Is Passed, The Executive Magistrate Doesn’t Have Any Power to Re-Open and Review His Order and No Such Power Is Given...

Excerpt A Criminal Revision Case was filed under Section 397 r/w Section 401 of CrPC to call for entire records on the files of the Executive Magistrate and Deputy Commissioner of Police and set aside the order.  Facts of the case The...

Madras High Court Directed the Department of School Education To Consider the Claim According to the Representation and Pass Order on Merits

A petition was filed for issuing a writ of mandamus directing the Respondents to consider the Petitioner’s representations on merits to release the outstanding payments for services provided by the Petitioner Institute for NEET coaching and to pass further orders.

Panchayat Obligated to Ensure Machinery Having Capacity of 5hp Is Not Used Without Obtaining Permission: Kerala High Court

The petition was filed concerning the furniture manufacturing unit run by the sixth respondent in the property adjacent to the residential property to the petitioner.

It Is Unnecessary To Consider the Entitlement of the Petitioner for the Various Reliefs Sought in the Writ Petition: Kerala High Court

A Petition was filed challenging the stop memos and issue direction to the Secretary of the Panchayat to refrain from obstructing him from erecting the hot mix plant.

A Writ Against the Charge Memo Can Only Be Entertained if Grounds Related to Jurisdiction or Mala Fide Intention Are Established: Kerala High Court

A petition was filed under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution for issuing Writ of Certiorari to call for records on the impugned order dated 27.05.2021 on the file of Respondent No. 2 and quash the same as illegal.

The Scope of Interference in Revenue Matters by the Court Is Limited and Relief Can Be Granted Only if Statutory Violations Are Established: Kerala...

A petition was filed for issuing a writ of certiorarified Mandamus for calling of the records of the 4th respondent in the proceedings dated 03.06.2021. It was prayed to quash the proceedings till date, the license fee for the complete lockdown period to COVID-19 pandemic, and direct the respondents to grant a waiver of the license fee from:  1.)24.03.2020 to 06.09.2020  2.)20.02.2021 to the date when the transport services resume and replace, revise and re-fix the license fee in a manner proportionate with the time permitted for vehicle movement from 07.09.2020 in respect of the two-wheeler parking facility at Nachimuthu Maternity Hospital, Pollachi Municipality.  

The Development Authority Must Consider the Objection Raised and Pass Orders on Merit as Expeditiously as Possible: Kerala High Court

A petition was filed under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution for issuing a writ of Mandamus for calling of records relating to the order dated 30.01.2017 passed by the 2nd Respondent. It was prayed to quash the same and to consequently forbear 3rd Respondent from interfering with the Petitioner’s right in the property. 

Kerala High Court Quashes the Order of Tahsildar and Directs To Follow the Directions of the Revenue Divisional Officer.

A petition was filed under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution for issuing a writ of Mandamus for calling of records relating to the order dated 30.01.2017 passed by the 2nd Respondent. It was prayed to quash the same and to consequently forbear 3rd Respondent from interfering with the Petitioner’s right in the property. 

Kerala HC: First Examine Whether the Course Adopted by the Corporation Is Correct and Then Implement Remedial Measures so Prescribed

The petitioner had prayed in the writ petition for a direction to the Corporation and its officials to ensure that the restoration work of the road was continued and completed only after having removed the existing bituminous road surface and to ensure that the level of the existing road was not increased by the restoration work.

Rejection of Proposal for Appointment Based on Vice-Chancellor’s Dissent Is Unsustainable: Kerala High Court

A petition was filed challenging the Exhibit issued stating that the proposal for approval of the Petitioner’s appointment was being returned since the Petitioner was unqualified for appointment to the post when the vacancy was notified. Hence, her appointment was inconsistent with the UGC Minimum Qualifications for Appointment of Teachers and Other Academic Staff in Universities and Colleges and other Measures for the Maintenance of Standards of Higher Education Regulations, 2010. 

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