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ID Proof Required To Attend Commute to Legal Forum for Advocates and Their Clerks: Kerala High Court
The Vacation Bench of Justices Devan Ramachandran and Dr Kauser Edappagath heard the PIL seeking to consider advocates and advocate clerks as ‘essential services’ amid the restrictions imposed in Kerala due to COVID.
Advocates and Their Clerks Allowed to Travel for Physical Sittings During Lockdown: Kerala High Court
The Division bench led by Justices Devan Ramachandran and Dr Kauser Edappagath directed the State Police Chief to allow Advocates and their clerks to travel to Courts during the lockdown if physical sittings are notified, provided they carry an undertaking in the prescription.
Court Directs Better Management at Medical Facilities and Helplines for Public Health: High Court of Andhra Pradesh
The Division Bench led by Chief Justice Arup Kumar Goswami and Justice C. Praveen Kumar responded to the PIL filed against the State health authorities on their lack of management methods during the pandemic.
Lack of Equal Treatment for Covid-19, State Asked To Control Profit-Making By Anyone: High Court of Kerala
The division bench led by Honourable Justice Devan Ramchandran and Justice MR Anitha took up a petition regarding uniform COVID-19 treatment tariff across private hospitals, labs and diagnostic centres in the State.
Criminal Proceedings Can Be Quashed Even Post-Conviction u/s 482 CRPC: Kerala High Court
Excerpt The Kerala high court, on April 27, 2021, held during a criminal proceeding that, the category of offences termed to be prohibited in the pronouncements of Apex Court to be compounded exercising power u/s 482 of CrPC. The dispute...
Election in the Rajya Sabha Must Be Before Retirement, The Constitution Does Not Support Leaving Vacant Seats in the Legislative: Kerala High Court
Excerpt The Court, on April 12, 2021, by honourable Justice PV Asha, pronounced judgement regarding the Election Commission’s decision on holding the election for the seats in Rajya Sabha, which would be vacant soon. The Court replied, “...the intention is...
No Religion Has the Right To Conduct Pilgrimage Inside the Reserved Forest: Kerala High Court
Excerpt A bench of honourable Justice N Nagaresh, on April 9, 2021, emphasized that no religious community has been given any right to conduct pilgrimage inside the reserved forest lands. Facts The petition was filed based on a clash between the Neyyatinkar...
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