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Nand Ram (D) Through LRS. & ORS V/S Jagdish Prasad (D) Through LRS.

The award of the Court that the lease stood determined on account of non-payment of rent was a finding made by the reference Court for a limited purpose i.e. not to accept the defendant’s claim for compensation. Such finding cannot be binding on the parties in a suit for possession based on title. Case name: …

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Naresh Shridhar Mirajkar And Ors V/s State Of Maharashtra And Anr

A Court of justice is a public forum. It is through publicity that the citizens are convinced that the Court renders evenhanded justice, and it is, therefore, necessary that the trial should be open to the public and there should be no restraint on the publication of the report of the Court proceedings Case name: …

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National Small Industries Corp. Ltd V/s. Harmeet Singh Paintal & Anr.

Vicarious liability can be attributed only if the requisite statements, which are required to be averred in the complaint petition, are made so as to make the accused/Director therein vicariously liable for the offence committed by the company.  Case name: National Small Industries Corp. Ltd V/s. Harmeet Singh Paintal & Anr. Case number: Criminal appeal …

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Neelam Gupta V/S Mahipal Sharan Gupta & Another

  Case Name: Neelam Gupta V/S Mahipal Sharan Gupta & Another Case Number: Criminal Appeal Nos. 417-418 Of 2020 Court: Supreme Court Of India Bench: Uday Umesh Lalit Indu Malhotra Krishna Murari          Decided On: April 29, 2020 Relevant Acts/Sections: Section 12 DV Act BRIEF FACTS AND PROCEDURAL HISTORY: These appeals arise out of the common …

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Nizam & Anr. V/s. State of Rajasthan

“Last seen theory” is an important link in the chain of circumstances that would point towards the guilt of the accused with some certainty. Case name: Nizam & Anr. Vs. State of Rajasthan  Case number: Criminal appeal number-413 of 2007 Court: The supreme court of india             Criminal appellate jurisdiction Bench: JUSTICE DIPAK MISRA, JUSTICE …

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M/S. Parle Agro (P) Ltd V/S Commissioner of Commercial Taxes, Trivandrum

Common Parlance Test must be avoided in the face of requirements of scientific definitions. Case name: M/S. Parle Agro (P) Ltd V/S Commissioner of Commercial Taxes, Trivandrum Case number: CIVIL APPEAL NOS. 6468-6469 OF 2017 Court: Supreme Court of India Bench: Hon’ble Justice A.K  Sikri Hon’ble Justice Ashok Bhushan Decided on: 09.05.2017 Relevant Act/Sections: Kerala …

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Pattu Rajan V/s The State of Tamil Nadu

There must be a chain of evidence proving the circumstances so complete so   as   to   not   leave   any   reasonable   ground   for   a   conclusion   of innocence of the accused Case name: Pattu Rajan V/s The State of Tamil Nadu Case number: Criminal Appeal Nos. 680¬681 Of 2009 Court: In the Supreme Court of India Bench: J. …

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Pawan Pratap Singh & Ors. V/s. Reevan Singh & Ors.

Rule 8 of the 1991 Rules, it is plain that 1991 appointees who were selected and appointed in accordance with the service rules cannot be made junior to 1994 appointees even if it is assumed that the selection and appointment of 1994 appointees was for earlier vacancies. Case name: Pawan Pratap Singh & Ors. V/s. …

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