This report covers the Supreme Court’s Never Reported Judgment dating back to the year 1952 on rescinding partition on ground of fraud.
“A choice and will of a woman to exercise residential choice at her natal home should not be viewed through patriarchal prism to deny her the residential status there”
FIRs were registered on the complaints of homebuyers, who have alleged that Amrapali Leisure Valley Private Limited, Amrapali Dream Valley Private Limited, and their directors/officials, including the applicant have committed offences of cheating, fraud and criminal breach of trust in respect of various residential projects in Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh.
Madras High Court said that if the complaint of the petitioner turns out to be untrue or was intended to facilitate fraud being committed using the login ID of the petitioner, the assets of the petitioner shall be brought to sale.
The NCLAT rejected Resolution Professional’s reliance on Section 17 of the Limitation Act, 1963, as no fraud was found on the part of the Corporate Debtor.
Calcutta High Court observed that the argument advanced by the applicants leave an impression that “a desperate attempt is made to have the order reviewed in the garb of recall”.
Madras High Court said that the action taken by the passport officer cannot be faulted. If false particulars and false documents are given, the Passport Authority has no option but to impound the passport.
Delhi High Court observed that while grave allegations have been made qua the applicant with regard to connivance/conspiring with the promoters and other co-accused, no allegation with regard to his receiving benefits has been made.
The Court opined that the mere potential or presence of criminal proceedings deriving from the same circumstances would not exclude the issue from being resolved through arbitration.
The Delhi High Court upheld Single judge’s decision to set aside ICC Award of $562.5 million in favour of Devas Multimedia (P) Ltd. for a failed satellite agreement with Antrix Corporation Ltd., on the grounds of fraud and being in conflict with the public policy of India.
The Karnataka High Court while expressing its shock over unlikeliness of sexual abuse in open places, quashed the charges of sexual harassment and fraud against the petitioner
A Single Judge Bench of Chandra Dhari Singh, J. disposed of the petition and restrained from invoking/encashing the bank guarantee.
The Karnataka High Court strictly admonished the petitioner for abusing every jurisdiction of law but refused to impose exemplary costs as the same would only increase the agony of the petitioner, whose marriage was annulled albeit with consent.
Calcutta High Court | Krishna Rao, J., held that under Companies Act, 2013, Civil Courts have jurisdiction to enquire into
Any irregularity or illegality in the remand order is not a statutorily sanctioned reason for grant of default bail
Securities and Exchange Board of India: Mehul C. Choksi has been restrained from buying, selling or dealing in securities and
Securities and Exchange Board of India: The Bombay Dyeing and Manufacturing Company Ltd. (‘BDMCL’) and some of its promoters (Nusli Wadia, Ness
Karnataka High Court: While deliberating over the instant petition seeking quashment of chargesheet filed against a “wellness therapist” under the
Karnataka High Court: While deciding the instant petition seeking quashment of complaint against a Senior Advocate, wherein it was alleged that he
Delhi High Court: In a petition filed under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (‘the Act’) for