“The Doctrine of Legitimate Expectation does not have any role to play in matters that are strictly governed by the service regulations. This is an exercise that is undertaken by the State in discharge of its public duties and should not brook undue interference by the Court.”
Section 17(4) of the National Council for Teacher Education Act, 1993 very specifically states that if any degree is granted by a College, which had admitted students during the period when the College suffered from withdrawal of recognition or affiliation, then such a degree or certificate cannot be treated as a valid qualification for the purpose of employment.
ORERA reiterated that the projects which are completed and for which the completion certificate has been issued by the local or competent authority prior to the commencement of the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016, are not covered under the Act and therefore, has no application to such projects.
ITAT held that the second proviso to Clause (i) of Section 40(a) just like second proviso to clause (ia) of Section 40(a) was inserted to remove an anomaly and were therefore curative and declaratory in nature. Hence, it had to be given retrospective effect.
Manipur High Court: In writ petitions filed to quash certain orders relating to the dissolution of the governing body of Naorem Birahari
Telecom Disputes Settlement and Appellate Tribunal (TDSAT): Justice Shiva Kirti Singh, (Chairperson) while not granting any interim relief to the petitioners upholds
Bombay High Court: A Single Judge Bench comprising of M.G. Giratkar, J. allowed revision petition and set aside appellant’s conviction under Section 497
Patna High Court: The petition challenging the order of reduction in pay scale and stopping of increment was allowed by a Single
High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad: In the present case, petitioners filed writ petitions seeking to set aside the rejection orders for transfer
Supreme Court: Dealing with the question as whether the State Legislature could have legislated for the period prior to coming into existence
Kerala High Court: While dealing with question relating to the retrospective applicability of Payment of Bonus (Amendment) Act, 2015, the Court stayed