Khushi Chopra

Gujarat High Court Directs Authority To Make Inquiry Under S. 15 of Births and Deaths Act Before Changing Name on Birth Certificate

The Court had observed that the Respondent Authority in the present case had issued a communication to the Petitioner, rejecting correction of her name on Birth Certificate. Therefore, the Court relied upon Section 15 of the Registration of Births...

Chhattisgarh High Court Dismisses Habeas Corpus Writ Petition In Regard to Release of Minor Child From Custody of Maternal Grandparents

Excerpt The Court directed that in light of the fact that the Petitioner and his family members were prosecuted, so no one in the family could look after the child, so it would be in the best interest of the...

Chhattisgarh High Court Dismisses Revision Petition Whereby Applicant Prayed To Set Aside Impugned Order of Granting Maintenance to Wife

Excerpt The Court directed that in light of the fact that the applicant used to earn sufficient income, henceforth, the impugned order granting maintenance to respondent-wife was not erroneous. Background The Applicant had filed the present petition to challenge the legality, propriety,...

Gujarat High Court Dismisses a Petition for Amendment in Prayer Clause, On the Ground That Application Was Filed After Commencement of Trial

Excerpt  A petition was filed under Article 227 of the Constitution of India, against an order dated 01.10.2018, which was passed by the Learned 2nd Additional Senior Civil Judge, Rajpipla, Narmada below Exh.88 in Regular Civil Suit no. 157 of 2007, wherein,...

Gujarat High Court Directs Respondent Authority To Consider Grant of Furlough Due To Applicant

Excerpt The Court had quashed and set aside the refusal of furlough leave due to the applicant-convict and had directed the concerned authority to re-consider the grant of furlough in accordance with the concerned law.  Background The applicant had before the concerned...

Gujarat High Court Dismisses a Petition for Bringing Heirs of the Deceased Party on Record, on Account of Delay in Preferring the Application

The Court said that it wasn’t pleased to condone a delay of 3709 days in filing the said application, based on the previous judgments of the Court. Henceforth, the petition was dismissed. Background The present writ petition was preferred by the...

Gujarat High Court Directs Respondent Bank To Not Proceed With E-Auction Sale of Petitioner’s Secured Assets, in View of the Outstanding Amount Being Paid...

During the proceedings, the Court made observations that the petitioners were willing to pay the outstanding amount to the Respondent Bank in installment. Henceforth, the Court ordered that the e-auction sale of the secured assets of the petitioners be set aside.

Gujarat High Court Partly Allows an Appeal Wherein Appellant- Insurance Company Felt Aggrieved by an Award Passed by the Motor Accident Claims Tribunal

The Court directed because Tribunal had committed an error in concluding that the insurance company had not proved that the driver of the motorcycle did not have a valid license, which it had proved, thus partly allowing an appeal under Section 173 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1988.

Gujarat High Court Directs Respondent To Make Inquiry and Give Decision in Regard To Name Change on Birth Certificate

Excerpt  The Court had observed that the respondent in the present case had issued a communication to the petitioner, rejecting to change the name on the Birth Certificate. Hence, the Court relied upon Section 15 of the Registration of Births...

Gujarat HC Directs the Respondent To Make an Inquiry and Give a Decision in Regard To Changing the Name of the Petitioner on Birth...

The Court had observed that the respondent in the present case had issued a communication to the petitioner, rejecting to change the name on the Birth Certificate. Hence, the Court relied upon Section 15 of the Registration of Births and Deaths Act, 1969 and quashed the respondent’s communication, and directed to carry out an inquiry and consider the documentary evidence and later give a final decision.

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Introduction A writ petition has been filed by several petitioners upon the improper transfer of their posts as Additional Public Prosecutor to the respondents Facts of...

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