Right To Protection Can’t Be Granted To Married Woman Involved in Live-in Relationship: Allahabad High Court
The Bench of Allahabad High Court dismissed a petition of a live-in couple, observing that a married woman in a live-in relationship is not entitled to any sort of legal protection whatsoever. The Court remarked that they are adults and should live as ‘husband and wife’ if they want no one to interfere in their lives.
Justice JR Midha said, “Even if parents are not dependent on their children at the time of an accident, they will certainly be dependent, both financially and emotionally, upon them at the later stage of their life, as the children were dependent upon their parents in their initial years.”
A Writ Petition was presently filed in the Supreme Court by a newly enrolled lawyer challenging the All India Bar Examination Rules 2010 which have been framed by the Bar Council of India which mandates that an advocate has to qualify for the All India Bar Examination (AIBE) to practice law after enrollment.
‘Sikh for Justice’ Involved in Farmer Protests, SC Asks AG To Confirm the Allegation, Seeks Affidavit
The Supreme Court on Tuesday sought an affidavit from the Central Government on the alleged presence of banned organizations among the farmers protesting against the three farm laws after the Attorney General submitted that “Khalistanis have infiltrated the protests.”
The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission denied a claim of Rs. 3 crore made by the father of a doctor who died in 2009 after being administered anesthesia before knee surgery, saying that even though the court sympathizes with the complainant, it cannot be translated into a legal remedy.
Judge Sebastian Prentis, who presided over a remote hearing at the Insolvency and Companies Court (ICC) of the High Court in London, concluded that Mallya had failed to provide the "basic information" required for such a validation order and agreed only to allow sufficient funds to cover an appeal hearing scheduled in the bankruptcy case for Wednesday.
As the Consortium of National Law Universities (CNLU) updates the LLM exam pattern (CLAT 2021), it adds back the subjective section of the post-graduate law entrance examination. CNLU has also introduced the cutoff marks in the CLAT LLM 2021 objective section. The new subjective section will only be evaluated if the law candidates score about the cutoff marks in the objective section.
Maharashtra To Write To Other States To Club Their Reservation Cases With the Maratha Quota Petition
After seeking intervention by the Centre in the ongoing hearing in the present case regarding the Maratha Reservation in the Supreme Court, the Maharashtra Government is pondering upon the idea of approaching other states to club all the petitions regarding reservations for a collective decision.
A petition was filed in the Supreme Court which challenged the recent notification which was released by the Bar Council of India to abolish the 1year LLM Courses in India.