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Amar Nath v. Gian Chand

Registration Act, 1908 – Ss. 32, 33 & 34 – there is really no need for the production of the original power of attorney, when the document is presented for registration by the person who has executed the document on the strength of the power of attorney – the inquiry contemplated under the Registration Act, cannot extend to question as to whether the person who executed the document in his capacity of the power of attorney holder of the principal, was indeed having a valid power of attorney or not to execute the document or not. [Para 25] 2022 (2) SCALE 521

Ashish Shelar v. Maharashtra Legislative Assembly

Legislative Assembly – In any case, there can be no place for disorderly conduct in the House much less “grossly disorderly”. Such conduct must be dealt with sternly for ensuring orderly functioning of the House. But, that action must be constitutional, legal, rational and as per the procedure established by law. 2022 (2) SCALE 315

Centrum Financial Services Ltd. v. State of NCT of Delhi

Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 – S. 439 – Where a Court while considering an application for bail fails to consider the relevant factors, an Appellate Court may justifiably set aside the order granting bail. Appellate Court is thus required to consider whether the order granting bail suffers from a non­-application of mind or a prima facie view from the evidence available on record.

State of Gujarat v. Arcelor Mittal Nippon Steel India Ltd.

Tax Law – The exemption notification should be strictly construed and given meaning according to legislative intendment. The Statutory provisions providing for exemption have to be interpreted in the light of the words employed in them and there cannot be any addition or subtraction from the statutory provisions. 2022 (2) SCALE 94