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The Good Samaritan law states that a person who chooses to take steps to aid a person a distress should not be harassed for showing kindness and if in the process the Good Samaritan suffers some injury or fatal consequence, the law must come to his rescue.

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“Right to recover the compensation will also be available to the Insurance Company where the offending vehicle is being operated at the time of the accident at a place for which it does not have a valid Permit.”

stage carriage permits
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In the case at hand, because of the impugned notification, the stage carriage permit holders were required to stop at two new bus stations in Burdwan Town, instead of the old bus station where they were used to stop.

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In case the certificate was lying in the vehicle at the time it was repossessed, the impugned order directing for the vehicle to be registered in the name of the financier would not cause any prejudice nor could be said to be contrary to any provisions of law.

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Punjab and Haryana High Court while disposing of the appeals challenging compensation awarded by Motor Accidents Claims Tribunal held, unmarried daughter is financially dependent on her deceased father and entitled for compensation.

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Madras High Court– G Chandrasekharan, J. ordered further investigation into the case where a man died under suspicious circumstances and alleged negligence

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Bombay High Court: Addressing a dispute with regard to the percentage of permanent disability and determination of compensation, Shrikant D. Kulkarni, J.,

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Supreme Court: The Division Bench comprising of K.M. Joseph and Pamidighantam Sri Narasimha*, JJ., held that Rule 174(2)(c) of the Kerala Motor

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Bombay High Court: Expressing that, Negligence does not always mean absolute carelessness, but want of such a degree of care as required

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Supreme Court: After it was brought to the Court’s notice that several fake claim petitions were being filed for getting compensation under

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Kerala High Court: V.G. Arun, J., while partly allowing the instant petition held that offence under Section 185 of Motor Vehicle Act,

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Allahabad High Court: Dr Kaushal Jayendra Thaker, J., modified the sum of the award granted to a widow by the Motor Accident Claims

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Patna High Court: S. Kumar, J. dismissed the appeal filed by the insurance company on the grounds that the parties were liable

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Supreme Court: Deciding the question involving the permissible alteration in a Motor Vehicle in view of the provisions contained in section 52