Bombay High Court allowed the petitioner to avail the remedy of appeal under Section 406 of MMC Act assailing the impugned assessment orders within 4 weeks, to be adjudicated by appellate authority on merits.
A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts this week.
Bombay High Court expressed that the identification of totally decomposed body of the deceased needs to be decided during the trial.
Allahabad High Court said that it is not possible to hold that temporary employment for every seasonal increase in industrial activities as an unfair labour practice.
The Court said that the transfer of the liquor licence is at the discretion of the authority concerned.
Bombay High Court observed that if the respondent was to be indicted for his signature on loan disbursement cheque, the then President ought to have been indicted.
The Court said that the comparison done by the Competent Court between the biological mother being a housewife and the prospective adoptive mother (single parent) being a working lady reflects a mindset of the medieval conservative concepts of a family.
Bombay High Court observed that as the plaintiff has failed to make out a prima facie case in its favour, the aspects of the balance of convenience and irreparable loss that the plaintiff may suffer in the absence of interim reliefs, pale into insignificance.
The Court said that extension of remand, particularly after adding new Sections constituting a serious offence, is not a bare formality.
Shri Justice Nitin Madhukar Jamdar, Judge of Bombay High Court has been appointed as Acting Chief Justice to perform the duties of
The Bombay High Court reasoned that “JEE Main examination is held pan India and thousands, perhaps lakhs, of students participate in the same” while refusing to interfere with the government’s policy decision.
Bombay High Court allowed the instant application for bail while expressing concern that further detention of the applicant will bring him in the association of hardened criminals, which will be detrimental to his interest.
The Court directed to remit the matter back for fresh disposal before another bench of the High Court.
Bombay High Court upheld the petitioner's right to choose termination of pregnancy. ‘The Court considers this petition as an appeal not only to the judicial mind, but to the moral conscience that must accompany it.'
Bombay High Court: While deciding the instant bail application of a 20-year-old boy charged with abetment of suicide of a
Supreme Court: Considering the hardship of the passengers who are stranded on foreign soil at the airports after they were issued valid
President is pleased to appoint Justice Indrajit Mahanty, Judge of the Bombay High Court, to be the Chief Justice of the Rajasthan