“An amending statute cannot be read in a manner to take away, alter, abrogate, impair or extinguish vested rights acquired under existing laws, or create a new obligation, impose a new duty or attach a new disability, in respect of transactions already past”
“Earlier, the Bench had verbally observed that central assessment may be necessary if there were cross transactions between individuals.”
Calcutta High Court denied the compassionate appointment due to the lack of credibility and failure to establish financial dependency.
Supreme Court reiterated that there is no right vested over an application made which is pending seeking lease of a Government land or over the minerals beneath the soil in any type of land over which the Government has a vested right and regulatory control.
Supreme Court held that the Punjab and Haryana High Court was not right in setting aside the judgment of the First Appellate Court and restoring the judgment of the Trial Court, granting the respondent compassionate appointment in Bank of Baroda.
The Delhi High Court held that without following due process of law, no penal rent could be deducted from the salaries of the employees of Air India Limited who failed to vacate the allotted accommodation.
Rajasthan High Court: A division bench of Akil Kureshi CJ and Madan Gopal Vyas J. dismissed the petition stating that nothing would
Supreme Court: The bench of Ajay Rastogi and Abhay S. Oka, JJ has held that an amendment having retrospective operation which has
Madhya Pradesh High Court: A Single Judge Bench of Vivek Rusia, J., dismissed a writ petition filed by the petitioner seeking a
High Court of Judicature at Hyderabad: In the present case, petitioners filed writ petitions seeking to set aside the rejection orders for transfer