Kerala High Court
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Kerala High Court dismissed a petition seeking setting aside of sale of property conducted in violation of SARFAESI Rules, and saidthat the relief sought is within the scope of the Debt Recovery Tribunal, and not Article 226 of the Constitution of India.

agricultural land
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Supreme Court opined that instead of shifting the burden of proof on the secured creditor to prove that the secured property was not agricultural property, the Telangana High Court should have laid down the burden of proof on the borrowers.

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The Supreme Court considered the provisions of Section 15 to 23 read with Section 24 of the MSMED Act and the provisions of SARFAESI Act and stated that there is no repugnancy between the two enactments and no conflict between the specific subject of ‘priority' . It, hence, upheld the subsequent enactment of law with non-obstante clause in SARFAESI Act over MSMED Act.

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    Supreme Court: In an appeal against the judgment passed by the Kerala High Court, wherein it has set aside the

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Rajasthan High Court: Mahendar Kumar Goyal, J. dismissed the writ petition in view of availability of alternative remedy to the petitioners under

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Supreme Court: While dealing with a case under the Gujarat Stamp Act, 1958, the bench of Hemant Gupta and V. Ramasubramanian*, JJ has held that

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Supreme Court: The Division Bench comprising of M.R. Shah and B.V. Nagarathna, JJ., directed the Indian Bank to refund the 25% auction

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Allahabad High Court: Siddhartha Varma, J., while deciding a matter with regard to the auction of the property of a dead person

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Supreme Court: The Division Bench of S. Abdul Nazeer and Krishna Murari, JJ., addressed a pertinent issue of whether the rent act

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Bombay High Court: The Division Bench of Sunil B. Shukre and Anil S. Kilor, JJ., held that mandate of Section 34 leaves

Telangana High Court
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Telangana High Court: The Division Bench of A. Rajasheker Reddy and T. Vinod Kumar, JJ., dismissed a petition challenging the sale notice

Kerala High Court
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Kerala High Court: T.V. Anilkumar, J., dismissed the present Appeal against the impugned order of Additional District Court whereby the Court refused

Kerala High Court
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Kerala High Court: A.M. Badar J., allowing the present petition, quashes the attachment made by the State authorities to recover tax dues.

Kerala High Court
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Kerala High Court: A.M. Badar, J., while addressing the instant matter held that, demand notices under Section 13(2) of the SARFAESI Act can

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Orissa High Court: Biswajit Mohanty J., dismissed the petition being non-maintainable. The facts of the case are such that the petitioner took

Jharkhand High Court
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Jharkhand High Court: Rajesh Shankar, J. dismissed the petition on grounds of non-maintainability. The facts of the case are such that the

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Supreme Court: The bench of Sanjay Kaul and KM Joseph, JJ. has held that electricity dues, where they are statutory in nature

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Supreme Court: The 5-judge bench of Arun Mishra, Indira Banerjee, Vineet Saran, MR Shah and Aniruddha Bose, JJ has held that “’banking’

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Madras High Court: A Bench of V.K.Tahilramani, CJ and M. Duraiswamy, J. dismissed a writ petition filed under Article 226 seeking to quash

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Madras High Court: P.T. Asha, J., held that Section 8 of the Arbitration Conciliation Act, 1996 clearly indicate that the role of judicial