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Maratha reservation: Supreme Court dismisses review filed by Centre challenging interpretation of 102nd Constitutional Amendment

A five-judge Constitution Bench of the Supreme Court has dismissed the review petition filed by the Central government challenging the top court's interpretation of 102nd...

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Banks liable under Consumer Protection Act for deficiencies in locker services: Supreme Court issues guidelines on allotting, operating lockers

Banks cannot impose unilateral and unfair terms on the consumers while operating bank lockers, the Supreme Court ruled while cautioning banks against breaking open...

Suspicion Cannot Take The Place Of Proof: Supreme Court

Suspicion, however strong, cannot take the place of proof, the Supreme Court has said, stressing that an accused is presumed to be innocent unless...

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Is it trespassing if there is no sign?

Even if there is no Sign, entering in to the land of others and offensive to the owner or possessor amounts to trespassing.If you...

CASE LAWS

RES JUDICATA – BAIL APPLICATION

The Telangana High court in a case titled as Ardhan Ranjit Reddy VS State of Telangana on 08/03/2021 Observed that bail application without there...

THE TERM “FAMILY” EXPLAINED IN CASE OF HINDU FEMALE

The Supreme Court of India, while deciding a case titled as Khushi Ram Vs Nawal Singh on 22/02/2021 observed while referring to section 15...

1st WOMAN CONVICTED TO BE HANGED TILL DEATH

“Rarest of Rare Case” On 27th Feb 2021, a second mercy petition was filed with The President of India to pardon the sentence in a...

How To Find A Transaction Benami

                    Whether a particular transaction is benami in nature, The Chhattisgarh High Court laid six golden rules in the case titled as Sona Ram...

FOR PROTECTION UNDER THE COPYRIGHT ACT -REGISTRATION NOT MANDATORY

The Bombay High Court in the case titled as Sanjay soya (P) Ltd. V. Narayani Trading Company decided on 09/03/2021 observed that Rational behind allowing...

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[INTERVIEW] Advocate Neeraj Sharma High Court of Himachal Pradesh – Discusses the challenging movement of his Career

Shri Neeraj Sharma – Advocate High Court of Himachal Pradesh is with us to share his Challenging Movement of his Career THIS INTERVIEW WAS CARRIED...

[INTERVIEW] ADVOCATE VARUN MEHRA P&H HIGH COURT ON HIS JOURNEY FROM BEING A MUNSHI TO CRIMINAL ADVOCATE

Shri Varun Mehra – Advocate Punjab and Haryana High Court is with us to share his Journey from Munshi to Criminal Lawyer THIS INTERVIEW WAS...

CROSS EXAMINATION

Cross Examination in the case of Adverse Possession

Facts Arvind filed a suit for declaration to the effect that he is the owner in possession of property situated at K. Road, Anamtaug. He...

Cross Examination Under Specific Relief Act 1963

Simple case of recovery of possession u/s 6 of Specific Relief Act Amitesh claimed to be in possession of one building four months ago, when...

[CROSS EXAMINATION] Simple Case Of Borrowing

A LEARNING TECHNIQUE Direct Practice Let us begin with simple case of promissory note at the first instance so as to gradually raise to the complicated...