Devanshi Desai

Kerala HC: Remedies to Grievances to be Sought Before Appropriate Forum

A Writ Petition was filed under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution, to issue a writ of Habeas Corpus or any other appropriate writ directing the respondents to produce the corpus of the boy.

Appeal Arises From Writ Petition Challenging Consequential Order of Stoppage of Business: Kerala High Court

Case: The Chairman v. Shameer P.S. & Others  Excerpt A writ appeal was filed against an interim order passed by the learned Single Judge in a writ petition.  Facts of the Case The revocation had come into effect and the consequential order of...

WAKF Board Should Immediately Take up Matters in Interest of Justice With Reasonable Endeavors To Pass Appropriate Orders: Kerala High Court

Case: Balusseri Mahallu Jama-ath v. C. Basheer & Others Excerpt An Original Petition arising out of I.A. No. 40/2021 in W.O.S. No. 138/2019 on the file of the Waqf Tribunal, Kozhikode was filed under Article 227 of the Indian Constitution.  Facts of...

There Can Be No Impediment for UGC to Independently Consider the Application Submitted by the Institution for the Purpose of Conferment of Autonomous Status:...

Excerpt A Writ Petition was filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India for issuing a Writ of Certiorari filed Mandamus calling for records of the First Respondent dated 08.03.2021. It prayed to quash the same and direct the...

Unlawful Operations of Bricklin Without Any License, Cannot Be Closed Without a Notice and Opportunity To Explain Reasons: High Court of Madras

Excerpt A Writ Petition was filed under Article 226 of the Constitution of India praying to issue a Writ of Certiorari, calling for records of the notice of Respondent No. 2 to 4 in connection with the notice for closure...

Madras High Court Directs To Pay Difference of Interest Amount on Belated Payment of Gratuity and Earned Leave, Otherwise Can Be Discriminatory to Petitioner

A writ petition was filed under Article 226 of the Constitution to issue a Writ of Certiorari and Mandamus for calling the records relating to the proceedings of the third respondent, The President of Tirupattur Co-operative Primary Agricultural & Development Bank Ltd., dated 13.05.2015. It was prayed to quash the same and direct the respondents to settle the retirement benefits payable to the Petitioner including Employees Provident Fund, Gratuity, and Surrender Leave Salary as on the date of retirement on 28.02.2011 along with the interest till the date of payment within a time frame as fixed by the court.

Merely Because a Case Has Been Registered, It Cannot Be Said To Be Sufficient Ground To Prove Breach of Bond to the Satisfaction of...

Excerpt A Criminal Revision was filed under Section 395 read with 401 of CrPC challenging the order passed on 02.02.2021 on the file of the Sub Divisional Executive Magistrate and the Revenue Divisional Officer Tenkasi. Facts of the Case The Petitioner was...

SARFAESI Act 2002 Provides Remedy, Not Only to a Borrower but Also to Any Other Person Who May Be Aggrieved By Any Measure Adopted...

Excerpt A Petition was filed under Article 226 of the Constitution for issuing a Writ of certiorarified mandamus to call for the records on file of the First Respondent, Bank of India. It was for the in proceeding dated 11.08.2020...

The First Respondent Not Entitled To Land Offered Outside Area for Distribution: Madras High Court

An appeal was filed under Clause 15 of the Letters Patent against the order dated 14.02.2020. Facts of the case An appeal was filed under Clause 15 of the Letters Patent against the order dated 14.02.2020. The learned Single Judge had set...

If the Court Had Been Informed of the Subsistence of the Injunction, The Court May Have Required the Parties To Have It Vacated Before...

A Petition was filed under Order 47 Rule (1) read with Section 114 of the Civil Procedure Code, to review the Order passed on 04.03.2021.

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