The Delhi High Court extended the scope of Section 16 of the Court Fees Act, 1870 by holding that the cases in which suit is stayed due to imposition of moratorium would fall within the ambit of Section 16.
The Delhi High Court holds that there is no requirement in law to implead the victim to any criminal proceedings, whether instituted by the State or by the accused. The Court further directed the Registry to ensure that anonymity of the victims is strictly maintained.
The conviction and sentence awarded to a man in 2003 for culpable homicide not amounting to murder has been set aside by the Delhi High Court more than 19 years after the appeal was filed, due to the persistent inability to locate or reconstruct the trial court record.
Bombay High Court: In a case where the Court came across highly objectionable photographs annexed by the counsel for the
Advocates-on-Record Examination, 2021 Supreme Court of India notifies that the Advocates-on-Record Examination, 2021 which was earlier scheduled to be held on 8th,
Madras High Court: G.R. Swaminathan, J., held that irrespective of whether the proceedings under Central Act 43 of 2005 are of civil
Delhi High Court: While dismissing the matter, Suresh Kumar Kait, J., stated that a very unpleasant situation came before the Court during the
Supreme Court has issued a circular dated 27.07.2020 notifying that the Advocate-on-Record and Party-in-Person shall file soft copy of the petition as