Devanshi Desai

No Merit Lies In Appeal Without Corroboration by Any Other Independent Witness: Madras High Court

Excerpt A Civil Miscellaneous Appeal was filed under Section 173 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988. It was against the Judgment and the decree dated 09.12.2015 on files of the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal. Facts An appeal was filed challenging the award...

Burden of Proof Lies On Assessee That He/She Is Employee of the Firm: Madras High Court

Excerpt An Appeal was filed under Section 260A of the Income Tax Act, 1926. It challenged the order of the Income Tax Appellant Tribunal of Madras, dated 28.08.20112 for the Assessment Year 2005-2006. Facts The Assessee filed a return of income on...

Must Ensure Sufficiency in Test Centres and Convenience To Students: Madras High Court

Excerpt On 23/03/2021, the Madras High Court decided the case on providing more examination centres and seats in the State for (NEET-PG 2021).  Facts of the case The Petitioner, a Lawyer filed a petition under Article 226 of the Constitution of India....

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