Important Insolvency Law Judgments
Experts CornerVasanth Rajasekaran

by Vasanth Rajasekaran† and Harshvardhan Korada††
Cite as: 2024 SCC OnLine Blog Exp 1

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“If the children’s room remain open, a party to a litigation can have the benefit of visitation on Sundays and second Saturdays as well.”

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If there is cogent evidence that the accused was shown to prosecution witnesses, refusal to participate in test identification parade by accused is justified and the said test identification parade cannot be used against the accused for any purpose. If identification in Test Identification Parade has taken place after the accused is shown to the witnesses, then not only is the evidence of Test Identification Parade inadmissible, even an identification in a court during trial is meaningless.

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Delhi Court observed that as per the series of events, the accused was made a scapegoat in case things did not work out as planned.

Karnataka High Court
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Raising concerns over the period of delays in hearing appeals, the Karnataka High Court made detailed suggestions for effective functioning of judiciary, and which can reduce work -load of the High Court.

Tis Hazari Court
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    West, Tis Hazari Courts, Delhi: In a case wherein it is alleged that the accused committed the offence punishable under

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    City Civil and Sessions Court, Bombay: In an application filed by Dr. P V Varavara Rao ‘applicant-accused’ seeking permission to

Meghalaya High Court
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    Meghalaya High Court: The Division Bench of Sanjib Banerjee, CJ. and W. Diengdoh, J. was alarmed by the present criminal

Saket Court
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Saket Court (South), Delhi: In a case of alleged leak of details of FIR containing sensitive information, Shilpi Singh J., issued notice

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“For a contract to be enforceable, the restraint of trade clause must be reasonable.” [Rajesh Kumar Gandhi v. Mukesh Dutt] Read the

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Kerala High Court: The Division Bench of A.Muhamed Mustaque and Sophy Thomas held that the District Court cannot entertain petition to appoint

District CourtLegal RoundUp

As we are approaching the end of 2021, let’s dive in to know all the important decisions that District Courts of India

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Saket Courts, New Delhi: Anuj Agrawal, Additional Sessions Judge-05, while addressing the present matter, expressed that, A litigant who takes liberty with