Calcutta High Court held that the Court has no power to determine the correctness, validity and probative value of the evidence collected by the Investigation Officer during investigation.
While quashing the criminal proceeding filed against petitioners, the Calcutta High Court held that the same is lacking with substantial evidence and is institutes with malicious intent.
Calcutta High Court quashed the criminal proceeding pending before the Judicial Magistrate and all related orders.
While upholding NCLT’s order the NCLAT held that in the present case there is a debt which remained unpaid by the Operational Creditor.
While quashing the impugned criminal proceeding against the petitioners, the Court held that a defaulter borrower holds the secured asset only in trust or symbolic possession and even if the petitioners have entered the said property, the same cannot be marked out as trespassers in other’s’ property.
Madras High Court: In 32 cases regarding domestic violence filed under Section 482 Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (CrPC), the full bench
Chhattisgarh High Court: Rajendra Chandra Singh Samant, J., dismissed the petition being devoid of merits. The facts of the case are such
Kerala High Court: Bechu Kurian Thomas, J., held that if the final report had not been filed and no cognizance had been
Chhattisgarh High Court: Sanjay K Agrawal, J. dismissed the petition being devoid of merits. Facts The facts of the case are such
Meghalaya High Court: W. Diengdoh, J., allowed a petition which was filed against the rejection order of the Chief Judicial Magistrate about
Sikkim High Court: Arup Kumar Goswami, CJ. quashed a criminal case under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973. In
Gujarat High Court: The Bench of A.P. Thaker, J., allowed the petition filed under Section 482 of the Criminal Procedure Code for
Jammu & Kashmir High Court: A Single Judge Bench comprising of Janak Raj Kotwal, J., dismissed a petition filed under Section 561-A CrPC. to quash
Calcutta High Court: A Single Judge Bench comprising of Rajasekhar Mantha, J. dismissed an appeal filed against the judgment and order of
Patna High Court: The Division Bench comprising of Rajendra Menon, CJ, and Ravi Ranjan J., held in a challenge made by the