The Delhi High Court held that without following due process of law, no penal rent could be deducted from the salaries of the employees of Air India Limited who failed to vacate the allotted accommodation.
The Delhi High Court stated that the Government had a right to reconstitute the Town Vending Committees and the vendors did not possess any fundamental or legal right to be nominated for membership of these Town Vending Committees.
Delhi High Court: In a case filed by Extramarks Education India Private Limited (petitioner) seeking appointment of an arbitrator to
Orissa High Court: Narendra Kumar Vyas, J., directed the petitioner to approach Civil Court as the writ court cannot pronounce the legal
by Mohit Rana* and Ravi Singh Chhikara**
Himachal Pradesh High Court: A Division Bench of Tarlok Singh Chauhan and Sandeep Sharma, JJ., while dismissing the present petition upon lack
Kerala High Court: Shircy V, J. held that an author has the legal right to protect his intellectual property even after he
Jammu & Kashmir High Court: Ali Mohammad Magrey, J. allowed a petition under Section 561-A of the Criminal Procedure Code. The petitioner
Court of Appeal of Sri Lanka: An appeal was filed before a Single Judge Bench comprising of M.M.A. Gaffoor, J., against a
Punjab and Haryana High Court: The petition was filed before Krishna Murari, CJ. and Arun Palli, J., praying that the State Government