by Siddharth R. Gupta*
This monthly roundup for September 2023 contains important legal stories from the High Courts across the country that keeps you updated on various aspects of law.
This High Court roundup connects various states of the nation thrwith legal stories covering varios aspects of land disputes, maintenance laws, Constitutional rights, etc.
“The purpose of certiorari is only to confine the inferior tribunals within their jurisdiction, so as to avoid the irregular exercise, or the non-exercise or the illegal assumption of it and not to correct errors of finding of fact or interpretation of law committed by them in the exercise of powers vested in them under the statute”.
Supreme Court opined that the Jharkhand High Court fell into error in adopting such a casual approach and set aside the impugned order. Thus, granted bail to the husband.
A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts this week
A quick legal roundup to cover important stories from all High Courts this week.
To identify whether the case of an accused under S. 302, IPC falls in the category of ‘rarest of the rare’ case, for the purpose of modification of sentence, it is no consideration by itself that the accused is a first-time offender and has no antecedents.
Gauhati High Court was deliberating over a PIL filed to highlight ineffective implementation of State govt.’s policies framed as per the mandate in Section 12(1)(c) of RTE Act, 2009
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Supreme Court Collegium has recommended elevation of Judges as Chief Justices of the High Courts, as mentioned below: S. No. Name of
TOP STORY OF THE WEEK Anganwadi Workers/Helpers entitled to payment of gratuity; ‘Time to take serious note of their plight’ In a
110 Reports from 20 High Courts Allahabad High Court Money Laundering For money launderers “jail is the rule and bail is an
7 Interesting Picks of the Week Gone by. Under Muslim Personal law, can Family Court dissolve the marriage of a couple? Bom
112 significant Reports from 22 High Courts Allahabad High Court Right to Reputation People using cyberspace to vent out anger and
by Sudhanshu Chaudhari* and Amit Pai**
by Uday Shankar*
Let’s have a look at the most interesting legal stories reported this week on the SCC Online Blog from High Courts, Foreign
“One of the basic tenets to be followed by every Hindu is tolerance. Tolerance must be his own community or religion and
82 Judgments from the High Courts of the Country, you wouldn’t want to miss. Here’s a short recap from the month of