Calcutta High Court
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Calcutta High Court stated that “Order VII, Rule 11 is applicable to the plaint which does not disclose cause of action and not the cases where the plea is non-existence of cause of action.”

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The Calcutta High Court highlighted the importance of adhering to the legislative intent behind Rule 6A of Order 8 CPC to avoid multiplicity of proceedings and ensure speedy trial.

delhi high court
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“The issuance of the letter dated 10-05-2016 from Delhi can, at best, be said to constitute a ‘slender part of the cause of action’ and cannot be determinative of the question as to whether this Court ought to entertain the petition.”

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“As per Clause 31.16 of Letter of Intent between parties, place of arbitration was Faridabad (Haryana), which will be chosen as the seat, since seat has not been separately named and there are no other contrary indicia to show that place of arbitration is not intended to be seat of arbitration.”

res judicata and precedent
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Although the instant matter was remanded back to NCDRC to decide on facts, the Supreme Court very well elaborated the cause of action, Doctrine of Merger, principle of Res Judicata and Precedents.

delhi high court
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In the peculiar facts of the present case, taking recourse to law, cannot be, by any stretch of imagination, labeled as an instance of cruelty.

Madras High Court
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In 2012, Pondicherry District Collector had initiated inquiry against the Aurobindo Ashram Trust following allegations of sexual harassment, suicide of inmates and serious malpractices in the functioning of the school run by the Ashram, made by an inmate, Vishnu Lalit Singh, and a then MLA Ashok Anand.

Karnataka High Court
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Karnataka High Court: In the instant petition for quashment, the issue arose that whether a legal heir should be permitted to come

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Delhi High Court: Asha Menon, J., emphasized the law on territorial jurisdiction while addressing the present matter. Present petition was filed impugning

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Delhi High Court: Sanjeev Narula, J., while addressing the present matter held that prima facie view on territorial jurisdiction has to be

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by Dhruv S. Patel*

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by Raghav Sengupta†

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Karnataka High Court: Krishna S. Dixit J. set aside the impugned order and allowed the petition. The facts of the case are

NGT
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The concept of ‘Back to Nature’ ought not to be used for developing revenue at the cost of Environment and Ecology.

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Delhi High Court: A Division Bench of Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad, JJ., while observing a matrimonial application, observed that, The plaint must

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Calcutta High Court: Debangsu Basak, J., while addressing a matter with regard to defamation, observed that “in a civil action for defamation, the

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Chhattisgarh High Court: Rajendra Chandra Singh Samant, J., while addressing a petition made an observation with regard to matrimonial disputes that, “…in a

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Delhi High Court: A Division Bench of Manmohan and Sanjeev Narula, JJ., held that neither the finding of judicial adventurism nor imposing costs

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Kerala High Court: R. Narayana Pisharadi, J. dismissed a petition praying for quashing the criminal proceedings against the petitioner initiated under Section

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Kerala High Court: C.S. Dias, J. dismissed a writ petition filed by the petitioner on the basis that once any judgment is