Supreme Court opined that instead of shifting the burden of proof on the secured creditor to prove that the secured property was not agricultural property, the Telangana High Court should have laid down the burden of proof on the borrowers.
National Company Law Appellant Tribunal, New Delhi: The Bench of Ashok Bhushan, J., Chairperson, and Shreesha Merla, Technical Member, while
Sikkim High Court: If a father keeps his self-acquired property for the purpose of mortgage, can his sons interfere in the same?
Delhi High Court: Jayant Nath, J., held that, Exception 3 to Section 28 of the Contract Act deals with curtailment of the
National Company Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT): The Division Bench of Justice A.I.S Cheena (Judicial Member) and V.P. Singh (Technical Member) reinforced that in the
Delhi High Court: A Division Bench of Hima Kohli and Subramonium Prasad, JJ., considered the following question: Whether a bank/financial institution can institute
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