Calcutta High Court emphasised that the power under Section 482 of the CrPC should be exercised sparingly and only to prevent abuse of process or to secure the ends of justice.
The procurement of LNG may become onerous as had happened in August and December 2022 but no irreparable loss and injury would result to the ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel.
by Tahir Ashraf Siddiqui*, Shireen F. Khan** and Sameer Mishra***
Apart from the impugned order passed by Kerala High Court in the issue relating to illegal alienation of Church’s immovable properties, the Supreme Court said that the High Court crossed all the boundaries of judicial activism and judicial restraint by passing subsequent orders in the present matter, overawing the other authorities.
Delhi High Court: In a case where revision petition was filed against the order passed by the Trial Court by
Kerala High Court: In a writ petition filed seeking the issuance of an economically weaker section (EWS) certificate, V.G. Arun,
Delhi High Court: In a case where Dominos IP Holder LLC, popularly known as Dominos (‘plaintiff’) was seeking protection of the mark
Parallel inquiries by two different authorities in their respective spheres of adjudication are not uncommon and a slight overlap between the inquiries does not mean that one must lead to the ouster of the other.
Delhi High Court: Mini Pushkarna, J. granted ad interim injunction against Pawan Khera and others (‘defendants’) who allegedly organized a Press Conference
“The power cannot be exercised in a casual and cavalier manner.”
by Hiroo Advani† and Manav Nagpal††
Cite as: 2021 SCC OnLine Blog Exp 40
Gujarat High Court: A Division Bench comprising of Anant S. Dave and Biren Vaishnav, JJ., allowed a regular bail application along with
Uttaranchal High Court: A Single Judge Bench comprising of V.K. Bisht, J. dismissed a writ petition that sought interference with the investigation