by Murali Neelakantan* and Gautam Narayan**
Supreme Court issued notice in the present SLP and tagged it with SLP titled Rohan Builders (India) Pvt. Ltd. vs. Berger Paints India Ltd.
The Court explained that the power to special leave is an exceptional and overriding power, naturally it must be exercised sparingly and with caution and only in very exceptional situations. It will only be used to advance the cause of justice and its exercise will be governed by well-established principles.
S Megala, wife of V. Senthil Balaji, who has been arrested by the Directorate of Enforcement in a money laundering case, filed a habeas corpus petition, wherein the Madras High Court agreed to an urgent hearing, leading to the present SLP by ED before the Supreme Court.
Supreme Court said that any person aggrieved by an order passed under WBHIRA will be at liberty to pursue the corresponding remedy which is available under the RERA.
Supreme Court said that the distinction between obiter dicta and ratio decidendi in a judgment, as a proposition of law, has been examined by its several judgments.
Supreme Court has put a stay on the arrest of VC of Sam Higginbottom University of Agriculture, Technology and Sciences Dr. Rajendra Bihari Lal and Institute’s Director Vinod Bihari Lal in connection with a mass religious conversion case.
Supreme Court has ordered that the Rajasthan High Court's impugned order being interlocutory in nature, shall not be treated as precedent for cancellation of bail granted to the petitioner in other cases, and the question of law was kept open to be decided in an appropriate case.
The Delhi High Court granted four weeks parole to a rape convict and held that right of a citizen to avail a legal remedy in the final court of country cannot be denied.
Supreme Court: In a special leave petition (‘SLP’) having question of law, whether Enforcement directorate (‘ED’) can attach properties of corporate debtor
Supreme Court: In a special leave petition arising out of a judgment of the division bench of the Calcutta High
Supreme Court: Explaining the doctrine of merger in case of dismissal of Special Leave Petitions (SLPs), the bench of L. Nageswara Rao
by Akhil Nene†
Supreme Court: The 3-judge bench Ashok Bhushan, R. Subhash Reddy and MR Shah has reiterated that when the main judgment of the