Kerala High Court dismissed a petition seeking setting aside of sale of property conducted in violation of SARFAESI Rules, and saidthat the relief sought is within the scope of the Debt Recovery Tribunal, and not Article 226 of the Constitution of India.
The Delhi High Court held that a borrower cannot ask for alteration of contract by way of a writ petition and a contract can only be altered through mutual consent between the parties.
Manipur High Court: In a writ petition filed challenging the compensation awarded by the Lower Court, the division bench of
Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court: While deliberating over the instant writ petition concerning reservation provided to Pahari Speaking People, the
Supreme Court: While adjudicating an appeal relating to arbitration, the Division Bench of M. R. Shah* and B.V. Nagarathna, JJ., held that
“High Court has used the word writ petition is disposed of. Once the writ of mandamus was issued, instead of disposing of the writ petition, the High Court ought to have allowed the writ petition.”
Framing of any scheme is no function of the Court and is the sole prerogative of the Government.
Orissa High Court: A Division Bench of S. Muralidhar CJ. and B. P Routray J. dismissed the petition being devoid of merits.
Supreme Court: The 3-judge bench of Ashok Bhushan, SA Nazeer and Hemant Gupta*, JJ has reiterated that the nomenclature under which the
“The State and its instrumentalities are not exempt from the duty to act fairly merely because in their business dealings they have entered into the realm of contract.”
Calcutta High Court: Shekhar B. Saraf, J., in the instant matter after a precedential examination with regard to judicial inquiry, laid down
Jammu and Kashmir High Court: Sanjay Dhar J., while dismissing the present petition, discussed the scope of interference under Article 226 in
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Punjab and Haryana High Court: The Division Bench of Dr S. Muralidhar and Avneesh Jhingan, JJ., dismissed the instant petition upon discovery
Kerela High Court: The Division Bench of K. Harilal and P. Somarajan, JJ. dismissed a writ petition regarding the determining interim custody of
Gujarat High Court: The Bench of Sonia Gokani, J. passed an order of release of the vehicle after levying certain stringent rules
Madhya Pradesh High Court: Petitioner had approached the Court before a bench of Sheel Nagu, J. under Article 226 of the Constitution
Manipur High Court: The Bench of Ramalingam Sudhakar, J. dismissed a writ petition holding that proper remedy for the petitioners to seek intervention
Uttaranchal High Court: A Single Judge Bench comprising of Manoj K. Tiwari, J. dismissed a writ petition on account of it being
Karnataka High Court: A Division Bench comprising of H.G.Ramesh and Mohammad Nawaz JJ., decided on a Writ Petition filed under Article 226