Madras High Court Relegates Parties to Complete the Trial With a Direction to the Family Court to Determine if the Suit Was Premature.
The husband V.K. Uzhair filed a Civil Revision Petition under Article 227 of the Indian Constitution against the order passed by learned IV Additional Principal Judge, Family Court, Chennai. It related to the nature of the Talaq, alleged to...
Young Men's Christian Association built a commercial complex and leased it without having due permission. The District Collector & Tahsildar issued a show-cause notice to them and pursuant thereto issued orders to resume the lands to the government. The...
Mr. Shakkiya filed a Writ Petition under Article 226 of the Indian Constitution to issue a Writ of Mandamus. The petition sought to direct the Respondents to provide one seat to the Backward Class Muslims in Karaikal region for...
J.N. Ashmina, a NEET aspirant, was denied counselling participation under BC category. However, she was allowed later and yet, there was confusion with regards to her nativity certificate. The present case delves into the requirements of a nativity certificate....
Madras HC dismisses Malaysian National’s Plea demanding payment of Interest After 9 years, in question on the grounds of statute of limitations as also, the Petitioner failed to ask for a modification of or challenge the order in 1999.
A 25-year-old man, was arrested and detained by the Commissioner of Police and held as a “Sexual Offender” as given under Section 2(ggg) of Tamil Nadu Act, 14 of 1982. The Court allowed the Habeas Corpus Petition and set aside the detention order of the detenu.
The court dismissed a PIL that contended that the Government had proposed to establish the Government Medical College, however the land so identified, has already been acquired for the Government Hospital, that if the Government utilizes the land for establishing District Directorate, it would lead to traffic problems of sorts in the area.
Madras HC dismissed former CISF Official’s appeal Petition over compulsory retirement order, the Court, along with other reasons stated that it does not sit in appeal over such disciplinary proceedings.
Madras HC Allows Intra-Court Appeal Against Additional Deputy Commissioner of Police
Madras HC Slams Company for Abusing the Process of Law by Invoking Writ Jurisdiction of the High Court
Madras HC Slams company for abusing the process of law by invoking Writ Jurisdiction of the high court upon an interim order of the trial court.
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