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The Karnataka High Court strictly admonished the petitioner for abusing every jurisdiction of law but refused to impose exemplary costs as the same would only increase the agony of the petitioner, whose marriage was annulled albeit with consent.
by Amrutha Alapati†
On 2nd June, 2022, Canadian Minister of Industry notified amendments to Patent Rules. Formulated under the Canada-United States-Mexico Agreement (CUSMA), the recent
By Siddharth Batra† and Chinmay Dubey††
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Karnataka High Court: M Nagaprasanna J. allowed the criminal petition and quashed the proceedings in Crime No.347/2021 pending before the 32nd Additional
Madhya Pradesh High Court: The Division Bench of Sheel Nagu and Purushaindra Kumar Kaurav, JJ. allowed the petition filed under Art 226
by Siddharth R. Gupta† and Utkarsh Sharma††
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Madras High Court: S.M. Subramaniam, J., held that Protraction and prolongation of litigations affecting women can never be encouraged by the Courts.
“A Section 138 proceeding can be said to be a “civil sheep” in a “criminal wolf’s” clothing, as it is the interest of the victim that is sought to be protected, the larger interest of the State being subsumed in the victim alone moving a court in cheque bouncing cases.”
Delhi High Court: While dismissing the matter, Suresh Kumar Kait, J., stated that a very unpleasant situation came before the Court during the
Due to an acute shortage of staff because of heavy rains in Mumbai today, the Benches are unable to take up the
Uttaranchal High Court: Sharad Kumar Sharma, J. contemplated a criminal revision petition where the issue discussed was related to Section 311 CrPC,
Bombay High Court: V.M. Deshpande, J. dismissed an appeal filed against the order of the trial judge whereby he rejected the appellant’s application
Himachal Pradesh High Court: The Bench of Tarlok Singh Chauhan, J., allowed withdrawal of an appeal with the liberty to file a fresh
Delhi High Court: The Division Bench comprising of Vipin Sanghi and I.S. Mehta, JJ., pronounced an order in regard to the action
Supreme Court: A bench of Dipak Misra and Shiva Kirti Singh, JJ, while relying upon Mathura Prasad Sarjoo Jaiswal v. Dossibai N.B.