Supreme Court Dismisses Banks Application To Recall Judgment Which Directed RBI To Disclose Loan Defaulters List, Inspection Reports Under RTI - The Law Communicants

Supreme Court Dismisses Banks Application To Recall Judgment Which Directed RBI To Disclose Loan Defaulters List, Inspection Reports Under RTI

Supreme Court Dismisses Banks Application To Recall Judgment Which Directed RBI To Disclose Loan Defaulters List, Inspection Reports Under RTI Case: Reserve Bank of India v Jayantilal N. Mistry Coram: Justices L Nageswara Rao & Vineet Saran Case No: M.A. No.2342 of 2019 Court Observation: “There is no provision in Read more…

IBC - Approval Of Resolution Plan Does Not By Itself Discharge Liabilities Of Personal Guarantor Of Corporate Debtor: Supreme Court - The Law Communicants

IBC – Approval Of Resolution Plan Does Not By Itself Discharge Liabilities Of Personal Guarantor Of Corporate Debtor: Supreme Court

IBC – Approval Of Resolution Plan Does Not By Itself Discharge Liabilities Of Personal Guarantor Of Corporate Debtor Case: Lalit Kumar Jain vs. Insolvency and Bankruptcy Board of India Coram: Justices L. Nageswara Rao and S. Ravindra Bhat Case No: TRANSFERRED CASE (CIVIL) NO. 245/2020 Court Observation: In view of Read more…

System Cant Turn The Clock Back Nor Undo Offence: Delhi HC Awards ₹6 Lakh Interim Compensation To Minor Sexual Assault Victim - The Law Communicants

System Cant Turn The Clock Back Nor Undo Offence: Delhi HC Awards ₹6 Lakh Interim Compensation To Minor Sexual Assault Victim

System Cant Turn The Clock Back Nor Undo Offence: Delhi HC Awards ₹6 Lakh Interim Compensation To Minor Sexual Assault Victim Case: MST. X (THROUGH MOTHER AND NATURAL GUARDIAN) v. STATE & ORS. Coram: JUSTICE ANUP JAIRAM BHAMBHANI Case No: W.P.(CRL) 1419/2020 Court Observed: “Since the system cannot turn the Read more…

Existence Of Arbitration Clause Does Not Debar Court From Entertaining A Writ Petition In Contractual Matter: Supreme Court - The Law Communicants

Existence Of Arbitration Clause Does Not Debar Court From Entertaining A Writ Petition In Contractual Matter: Supreme Court

Existence Of Arbitration Clause Does Not Debar Court From Entertaining A Writ Petition In Contractual Matter Case: Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Ltd. Vs. CG Power And Industrial Solutions Limited Coram: Justices Uday Umesh Lalit and Indira Banerjee Case No: [SLP(C) 8630 OF 2020] Court Observation: “…In any case, the Read more…

Motor Accident Compensation - Self-Employed Deceased Aged Below 40 Years Entitled To 40% Addition As Future Prospects: Supreme Court - The Law Communicants

Motor Accident Compensation – Self-Employed Deceased Aged Below 40 Years Entitled To 40% Addition As Future Prospects: Supreme Court

Motor Accident Compensation – Self-Employed Deceased Aged Below 40 Years Entitled To 40% Addition As Future Prospects Case: Rahul Sharma and another vs National Insurance Company Ltd and others Coram: CJI NV Ramana, Justices Surya Kant and Aniruddha Bose Case No: [CA No. 1769 of 2021] Court Observation: “This Court Read more…

Cannot Find Favour When Free Speech Is Celebrated - Kerala High Court Quashes Censure against KSEB Cashier For WhatsApp Text Against CM - The Law Communicants

Cannot Find Favour When Free Speech Is Celebrated – Kerala High Court Quashes Censure against KSEB Cashier For WhatsApp Text Against CM

‘Cannot Find Favour When Free Speech Is Celebrated’ – Kerala High Court Quashes ‘Censure’ against KSEB Cashier For WhatsApp Text Against CM Case: RETHEESH P.V v. KSEB and Ors. Coram: Justice Devan Ramachandran Case No: WP(C) No. 21994 of 2020 Court Observation: “This certainly cannot be found favour with this Read more…

Will Arbitral Award-Holder's Claim Be Extinguished On Approval Of Award-Debtor's Resolution Plan Under IBC? Yes, Rules Calcutta High Court - The Law Communicants

Will Arbitral Award-Holder’s Claim Be Extinguished On Approval Of Award-Debtor’s Resolution Plan Under IBC? Yes, Rules Calcutta High Court

Will Arbitral Award-Holder’s Claim Be Extinguished On Approval Of Award-Debtor’s Resolution Plan Under IBC? Yes, Rules Calcutta High Court Case: Sirpur Paper Mills Limited v. I.K. Merchants Pvt. Ltd. (Formerly Known as I.K. Merchants) Coram: JUSTICE MOUSHUMI BHATTACHARYA Case No: A.P. 550 of 2008 Court Observation: “This can be seen Read more…

India A Secular Country, A Religious Group In Majority Can't Resist Other Community's Fundamental Right To Hold Religious Processions, Festivals - The Law Communicants

India A Secular Country, A Religious Group In Majority Can’t Resist Other Community’s Fundamental Right To Hold Religious Processions, Festivals

India A Secular Country, A Religious Group In Majority Can’t Resist Other Community’s Fundamental Right To Hold Religious Processions, Festivals Case: Ramasamy Udayar vs The District Collector & Ors Coram: JUSTICE N.KIRUBAKARAN & JUSTICE P.VELMURUGAN Case No: W.A.Nos.743 & 2064 of 2019 Court Observation: “If religious intolerance is going to Read more…

Dying Declaration Can Be Sole Basis For Conviction Only When Court Is Satisfied That It Is True And Voluntary, Reiterates Supreme Court - The Law Communicants

Dying Declaration Can Be Sole Basis For Conviction Only When Court Is Satisfied That It Is True And Voluntary, Reiterates Supreme Court

Dying Declaration Can Be Sole Basis For Conviction Only When Court Is Satisfied That It Is True And Voluntary, Reiterates Supreme Court Case: Jayamma vs. State of Karnataka Coram: CJI NV Ramana, Justices Surya Kant and Aniruddha Bose Case No: [CrA 758 OF 2010] Court Observation: It goes without saying Read more…

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Freedom Of Speech & Expression Extends To Reporting Judicial Proceedings: Supreme Court Rejects ECI Prayer To Stop Media Reporting Of Oral Remarks

Case: Election Commission of India v MR Vijaya Bhaskar Coram: Justices DY Chandrachud and MR Shah Case No: [CA No. 1767 of 2021] Court Observation: “Freedom of speech and expression extends to reporting proceedings in judicial institutions as well”, “It would do us no good to prevent new forms of Read more…

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States Have No Power To ‘Identify’ Socially & Educationally Backward Classes After 102nd Constitution Amendment: Supreme Court Holds By 3:2 Majority

Case: Dr Jaishree Laxmanrao Patil v Chief Minister Coram: Justices Ashok Bhushan, L Nageswarar Rao, S Abdul Nazeer, Hemant Gupta and S Ravindra Bhat Case No: [CA 3123 of 2020] Court Observation: “Parliament, through the 102ndAmendment clearly intended that the existing legal regime for identification of communities as SCs and Read more…

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Supreme Court Upholds Constitutional Validity of the Rajasthan Schools (Regulation of Fee) Act; Reads Down Sections 4, 7 and 10

Case: Indian School, Jodhpur Vs. State Of Rajasthan Coram: Justices AM Khanwilkar and Dinesh Maheshwari Case No: [CA 1724 OF 2021] Court Observation: The argument seems to be attractive, but for that reason the provision need not be struck down or declared as violative of any constitutional right of management Read more…

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