“The protection of moratorium will not be available to the directors/officers of Cinema Ventures (P) Ltd. and execution proceedings can be filed against them.”
The NCLT issued a notice and sought BharatPe’s response and fixed the next date of hearing on 04-04-2024.
“Whether the suit is barred by any law must be determined from the statements in the plaint and it is not open to decide the issue on the basis of any other material including the written statement in the case.”
To afford an opportunity to the husband to present his case before the court below and to ensure the just decision of maintenance case filed under Section 125 CrPC, Allahabad High Court set aside the ex-parte maintenance order
“Natural justice is an important concept in administrative law. It is not possible to define precisely and scientifically the expression Natural Justice. The principle of natural justice or fundamental rules of procedure of administrative action, are neither fixed nor prescribed in any code”
It is for violation of Section 18(2) and Section 18(3) of the FERA that would entail action under Section 56 FERA, but the intervening threshold of issuance of show cause notice/opportunity notice and hearing the notice before passing the decision upon such mandatory application of principles of natural justice alone that the action under Section 56 could, at all, have been initiated.
The PIL sought transfer of cases pending before investigating agencies to any other independent agencies or CBI.
During the hearing, an Advocate on the panel of the State of Jharkhand, has requested the Court to not summon the Chief Secretary, but Supreme Court declined the said request because the present matter has not been assigned to any counsel for the State of Jharkhand.
“As per Clause 31.16 of Letter of Intent between parties, place of arbitration was Faridabad (Haryana), which will be chosen as the seat, since seat has not been separately named and there are no other contrary indicia to show that place of arbitration is not intended to be seat of arbitration.”
The petition under Section 43D(2)(b) First proviso of UAPA Act seeking extension of remand order was filed by the respondents a day before the elapse of the 90- days period.
“The decree holder was not required to await the outcome of the objections filed under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996, however, if it did choose to remain under a self-imposed embargo, then it can’t demand interest.”
Madras High Court directed the Registrar of Trade Marks to re-consider and decide the matter on merits after providing a reasonable opportunity to both the parties
The challenge is filed by Prof. Dr. Pratap Manohar Raval, an aspirant to the post of Director of School of Planning & Architecture, New Delhi.
The High Court quashed the GST notice of Rs 21,000 crores issued to Gameskraft holding it to be arbitrary and did a detailed analysis of various nuances of ‘game of chance’ and ‘game of skill’.
The matter which was going on since 2021 had the entire online gaming industry waiting with bated breath for the High Court's verdict.
Supreme Court: In a petition filed seeking registration of a criminal case against BJP leaders Anurag Thakur and Parvesh Verma for their
The Manipur High Court upholds the notice issued by District Magistrate to arms holders for submitting their arms and licenses and the Court further opines that the issuing authority has a right to re-verify the arms licenses so granted.
The Court has a duty to ensure compliance with the principles of natural justice and when an award has been passed without complying with the mandatory principles of natural justice, this Court being the custodian of rights and liberties of parties must take its guard to correct the infirmities which have already been carried out.
The plaintiff contended that the impugned platforms contained various features, such as the audio extraction feature, which are beyond the limited role of an intermediary specified under Section 79 (2)(a) of the IT Act, thereby disentitling the defendant from the 'safe-harbour' protection guaranteed to intermediaries under the IT Act.
It is travesty of justice that an institution contributing for noble cause being that of running a charitable hospital on a public land and providing for sound research and treatment facilities has been made to suffer the rigors of cancellation of the Lease Deed and vacation of the property. Being a constitutional court and the conscience-keeper of the democracy, this Court cannot lend a blind eye when the ends of justice are being bulldozed in broad daylight.