Chhattisgarh High Court
Case BriefsHigh Courts

The Court opined that there was no detailed report of the assessment made, no document was enclosed along with the report of conducting assessment, procedure adopted, factors assessed, mode of assessment, evaluation of child based on the stages of assessment.

2024 SCC Vol. 3 Part 4
Cases ReportedSCC Weekly

Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 — Ss. 34 and 5: Principles summarised re scope of interference by Court under S. 34. Supervisory,

Delhi High Court
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The allegation with respect to applicants teasing the deceased in regard to the failure of his romantic relationship with applicant does not appear to be instigation which would amount to abetment of suicide in terms of Section 306 of the Penal Code, 1860.

2024 SCC Vol. 3 Part 2
Cases ReportedSCC Weekly

Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017 — Ss. 127 and 129 — Penalty imposed for transportation of consignment without proper e-way

Patna High Court
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The essential element of dowry is payment or demand of money, property or valuable security given or agreed to be given as “consideration of marriage”.

Patna High Court
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The case under 498-A of the Penal Code, 1860 seems to be the outcome of a personal grudge and differences between both the parties.

Rajasthan High Court
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“The main object of sentencing a convicted person is to bring in him certain character reformation and to keep him away from the society so as to see that the impact of his criminal character does not put any adverse impact on any other person.”

Section 420 IPC cheating
Cases ReportedNever Reported Judgments

This report covers the Supreme Court’s Never Reported Judgment dating back to the year 1952 on Section 420 of the Penal Code, 1960.

madras high court
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“While deciding to grant or deny bail, there must be indication of the reasons, which should be understood by the parties”

himachal pradesh high court
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“Granting the right to abuse and defame a person will not make a democracy healthy and vibrant but will turn it into a mudslinging arena where the opposition and dissent will be crushed by abuses and slurs.”

delhi high court
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“The cases involving emotional situations where the parties of the story have taken decisions and acted upon them on the basis of peculiar circumstances of their lives, have to be adjudged and adjudicated according to their own peculiarity and situational dissection of facts.”

andhra pradesh high court
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“The passport has been seized in contravention of the existing laws in operation and such an exercise is unwarranted and is in violation of Articles 19 and 21 of the Constitution.”

delhi high court
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“The petitioner stated that he and the complainant met on a dating App and not on matrimonial App. The allegation of false promise of marriage is only an afterthought.”

rajasthan high court
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“The petitioner argued that both the girls committed suicide by jumping into the canal after writing suicide note. As per report of handwriting expert also, the disputed writing show similarities with the standard writing.”

rajasthan high court
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“Had it been the intention of the Legislature, it would have in unequivocal terms mentioned in the statute itself about impleadment of the victim as a necessary party in all cases.”

gujarat high court
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“The father-in-law and mother-in-law watched the lovemaking moments of her own son and daughter-in-law on the TV screen in their bedroom and that they also compelled their son to take nude videos and photographs of the daughter-in-law and shared it on family WhatsApp group.”

himachal pradesh high court
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“Though justice has got to be administered in accordance with the law enacted by the Legislature. The concept of justice is elastic and is imperceptible. There can be no hard and fast line constricting the power of the High Courts to do substantial justice.”

chhattisgarh high court
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“For the wrong decision taken by a man of weak or frail mentality, another person cannot be blamed as having abetted his committing suicide.”

delhi high court
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“One has to appreciate and imagine the trauma, stress, the agony of the child, who was only three years of age, that she would have gone through after being kidnapped by the kidnappers from the lawful guardianship of her parents.”

chhattisgarh high court
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“If there was any unlawful activity performed by the petitioner to recover the loan amount, either the deceased or her husband could have taken shelter of any competent Court of law or made a complaint before the police authorities, which is missing in this case.”