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Supreme Court Gives Interpretation Guidelines for Contingent Clause in Rent Deeds

In this case, the issue before the Apex Court was whether a Rent note signed by the tenant required compulsory registration under Section 17(1)(d) of Registration Act, 1908. The Court looked into Section 17(1)(d) of the Registration Act. It observed...

Supreme Court: Accused Is Entitled to Be Heard in a Revision Petition Against Dismissal of Protest Petition

The Supreme Court reiterated that an accused person has the right to be heard before a Court. It can even be a hearing of a Revision Petition against the order of dismissal of a Complaint filed against him. Facts of the...

Supreme Court Agrees to Permit 30 Personnel from LG Polymers to Access the Chemical Plant At Vizag

The Supreme Court has agreed to allow 30 people from LG Polymers access to the chemical plant where the Visag Gas Leak Tragedy occurred on May 7, which left many people dead and injured. Brief Facts Of the Case  The Visakhapatnam...

Supreme Court: Order XXIII Rule 3A of CPC baring filing a Separate Suit challenging Compromise Decree applies even to a Stranger

A partition suit was filed in 1978 and after the decision of the Trial Court, the matter went in the first appeal and eventually in the second appeal before the High Court. During the pendency of first appeal being in...

Supreme Court refuses to entertain Jairam Ramesh’s Plea on Universal Food Security during COVID-19

Congress MP Jairam Ramesh had sought directions from the court that the requirement of ration cards for the supply of rations in the Public Distribution System (PDA) be relaxed till the COVID-19 to help mitigate the food shortage and...

NCLT: Objections Raised By Corporation Debtors To Applications Filed Under Section 7 Of The Insolvency And Bankruptcy Code

A company named M/s Uddhyaman Investments Pvt Ltd claiming itself to be a financial creditor moved an application before the National Company Law Tribunal (herein referred to as NCLT) Chennai, under section 7 of the Insolvency and bankruptcy code...

Supreme Court Bar Association to Intervene in PIL Seeking Exemptions for Advocates from Rent Obligations during Lockdown

The Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) via its resolution passed on April 22, has decided to file an intervention application in a PIL filed by Advocate Aljo K Joseph seeking an exemption for lawyers from paying rent for professional...

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Writ Petition for Compensation Accepted by Calcutta High Court 

Introduction The Petitioner Purna Ch. Biswas filed a Writ Petition with the complaint that their claims for a higher quantum...
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No Members Could Be Disqualified Without Authorisation by Political Party: Gujarat High Court

Excerpt The dispute application no.7 of 2020 filed by respondent no.2 before designated authority. Thereafter the designated authority order dated 28.10.2020 disqualified the petitioner and...

Delhi High Court Directs Delhi Jal Board To Make Supply of Potable Drinking Water

The High Court of Delhi in the matter of Delhi Sainik Cooperation Housing Ltd. v. Union of India & Ors held that right to...

Sr. Adv. Dushyant Dave Steps Down as President of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) With Immediate Effect

Dushyant Dave was elected as head of the Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) in December 2019. In his brief letter, he said the tenure of the SCBA Executive Committee had already ended and it may not be possible to hold virtual elections as per schedule “due to reservations held by some lawyers.”

Bhupinder Singh Mann Quits From the Farm Committee Constituted by the Supreme Court

Bhupinder Singh Mann, one of the members nominated to the Farms Law Committee formed by the Supreme Court for negotiating with the farmers, has quit from the panel saying that he cannot compromise the interest of the Punjab and Farmers of the country and for this, he is ready to sacrifice any position.