Enforcement Directorate Can’t Appeal Under Section 26 of Prevention of Money Laundry Act, 2002: Calcutta High Court
In the case in point of an appeal issued by the learned tribunal for prevention of money laundering Act, 2002, the appeal is directed against a decision dated 1 January 2021 stating, through the assistant director of the office of the Department of Execution of Kolkata, alleged to have been maintained according to Article 26 of the Prevention of money laundering Act 2002.
Family Disharmony Leads to Litigation and Prosecution for Fraud and Misrepresentation Before Kerala High Court
Appellant is the mother of the respondents. Appellant alleges that two documents were caused to be executed in the names of her daughters (respondents) by perpetrating fraud and misrepresentation regarding the contents of the documents. According to the appellant, her daughters in cahoots with their husbands committed fraud and misrepresentation. And, therefore she approached the trial court with a suit by invoking the provisions under Order XXXIII of the Code for setting aside the two settlement deeds alleged to have been executed by her in the names of the respondents. Also as a consequential relief, sought a permanent prohibitory injunction decree.
If the Court Had Been Informed of the Subsistence of the Injunction, The Court May Have Required the Parties To Have It Vacated Before...
A Petition was filed under Order 47 Rule (1) read with Section 114 of the Civil Procedure Code, to review the Order passed on 04.03.2021.
Andhra Pradesh High Court Says That Before Exhausting the Remedy Available Under Rule 35(A) Of the APMMC, The Writ Petition Cannot Be Filed Before...
A single-judge bench consisting of Honorable Justice Battu Devananda gave orders on the writ petition no. 9035 of 2021. The writ petition was filed against the demand notice no. 4352/Q/2009 issued by Respondent no. 3 (The deputy director of mines and geology) demanding to pay a sum of Rs. 83,12,130 towards the normal seigniorage fees, a penalty of Rs. 8,17,23,150, DMF of Rs. 24,93,639 and the merit of Rs. 1,66,243, for unauthorized excavation and transportation of road metal and building stone without obtaining the dispatch permits.
Case: D.P. Sinha, Ramesh Jha, S.K Jha, Rajesh Mohan and R.C. Mishra vs Coal India Limited W.P. (S) No. 235 of 2020 Introduction The Jharkhand High Court ruled that there were no estoppels to Fundamental Rights; hence the Petitioners were to...
Punjab & Haryana High Court Upheld Notification of Ministry of Home Affairs Directing Private Educational Institutions To Publish Balance Sheets To Stop Profiteering
Case: Independent Schools' Association Chandigarh and others v. Union of India and others Excerpt The petitioners had filed this writ petition challenging the order of the Ministry of Home Affairs dated 13.4.2018, to declare it unconstitutional. The order extends the Punjab...
Arbitration Clause in Contract Does Not Bar the Writ Jurisdiction of High Court Under Article 226:Supreme Court
This case discussed whether the arbitration clause in a contract between the state instrumentality and a private developer bars the writ jurisdiction of the High Court under Article 226.
This case discussed the way the Central Government approached the Supreme Court without taking into consideration the statutory limitation.
Kuruva Giddaiah alias ……petitioner vs The State of Andhra Pradesh The Joint Collector The Station House Officer ……. respondents Excerpt A single-judge bench consisting of Hon’ble Justice Kongara Vijaya Lakshmi gave orders on the writ petition number 1691 of 2021 in the...
The Court’s Extraordinary Power Under S/482 Cr.P.C., Should Not Be Exercised as an Instrument to Axe Down or Stifle a Legitimate Prosecution: Calcutta High...
The Calcutta High Court on 27th January 2021, on the prayer of the petitioner under article 227 of the Constitution of India read with sections 401/482 Cr.P.C., ordered quashing of proceedings of complaint case no. 15 of 2018 filed...
This batch of appeals was filed against the Order allowing Action Committee Unaided Recognized Private Schools’ challenge to a circular.
The Orders passed by the learned Armed Forces Tribunal, Principal Bench, New Delhi on 04.06.2021, refusing the grant of interim protection to the Petitioners was challenged by Petitioners.
Through this revision petition filed under Section 397 read with Section 482 CrPC, the Petitioner challenged the Order dated 10.2.2021 passed by Ld. Principal District and Sessions Judge, New Delhi.
Kerala HC: First Examine Whether the Course Adopted by the Corporation Is Correct and Then Implement Remedial Measures so Prescribed
The petitioner had prayed in the writ petition for a direction to the Corporation and its officials to ensure that the restoration work of the road was continued and completed only after having removed the existing bituminous road surface and to ensure that the level of the existing road was not increased by the restoration work.