Protection of Women from Domestic Violence act, 2005 – Whether an order passed by the magistrate in a proceeding under Section 12 r/w. 23 of the Act on the point of maintainability of the said proceeding can be quashed under the provisions of Section 482 of the Cr.P.C. ?
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Supreme Court (See for example Indra vs. UOI (<b>AIR</b> 1993 SC 477) denial of any reservation … Sawhney Vs. Union of India & Ors. reported… Read More »Ct. 16 vs Sg Union Of India & Ors on 6 August, 2021
Assistant Charity Commissioner & Ors . reported at (2004) 3 <b>SCC</b> 137], therefore, the entire suit comes under the mischief Click to rate this post!… Read More »Devendra Kumar Mishra vs Rajendra Kumar Mishra & Ors on 13 August, 2021
view 4 of the judgement reported at (1993) 1 <b>SCC</b> 435 (Dharampal Vs. Ramshri (SMT) ), wherein it has been held … relied upon a… Read More »The New Indian Assurance Co. Ltd vs Unknown on 12 August, 2021
State of Haryana -v- Bhajan Lal reported in (1992) <b>SCC</b> (Cri) 426, the Hon'ble Supreme Court listed … court or otherwise to secure the ends… Read More »K. Paka Singh @ Konthoujam Paka … vs Miss Nivedita Sengupta & Ors on 12 August, 2021
Constitution of India – Article 226 – Criminal Investigation – The law should not be seen to sit by limply and the Court cannot be a lame duck and wait when bolt is impending and the situation is grave.Read More »State of West Bengal v. Fulkumari Paswan
Service Law – Arrears of Pension and Retirement Benefits – Delay and Laches – All pensionary claims and retirement benefits are not hit by delay and laches. The principal reason being that such delay and laches do not affect any third party rights.
Administrative Law – The Court cannot be a silent spectator to any mal- administration, dereliction of duty and breakdown of the law and order situation and the failure of a statutory authority to act in accordance with law especially when allegations have been made of acting under the influence and dictation of a Minister.Read More »Koushik Ghosh v. State of West Bengal
Service Law – Appointment on Compassionate Grounds – Compassionate appointments being made to a post lower than the one to which a person may have been entitled due to a change in the rules and/or the legal processes of such appointment cannot be held to be bad in law.Read More »Service Law – Appointment on Compassionate Grounds
Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 – Section 7(3A)- An employee has a right to claim interest on delayed payment of retirement benefits.