Calcutta High Court opined that such disputes should be resolved by the Civil Court.
The Supreme Court called the matter at hand a classic case in which a litigant had been able to mislead the Courts and authorities at different levels to put life into his stale claim.
Coming down furiously over the respondents Karnataka High Court reprimanded them for indulging in red-tapism and being apathetic to the educational needs of the children.
Bombay High Court opined that the Revisional Court was obliged to prima facie discuss or indicate material on record showing Raj Thackeray’s involvement in the alleged crime.
Bombay High Court directed the State of Maharashtra to pay compensation of Rs 10 lakhs to the petitioners and left the State at liberty to recover the same from officers at fault.
“An erroneous order may be subjected to appeal before the higher forum but cannot be a subject matter of review under Order 47 Rule 1 CPC”, stated the Supreme Court
Constitution of India — Arts. 14, 12, 266, 136 and 32 — State action in a matter arising from non-statutory contract: Scope
Madras High Court upheld the right of the UGC to impose Regulation for territorial jurisdiction referring to the primacy given to the UGC under the UGC Act, 1956, as well as Entry 66 of List 1 of the 7th Schedule.
Going along with the contention that a temporary employee shall be replaced only by a regular employee and not another temporary employee, the Division Bench of Kerala High Court refused to interfere with the discretionary orders by Single Judge directing the University to continue with engagement of sweeper-cum-cleaners on a daily wage basis.
Karnataka High Court observed that merely because Covaxin is being taken by public, it will not make a private contract enforceable or justiciable in the Courts of law, which are pre-dominantly meant for public law remedy.
The Delhi High Court held that Facebook posts cannot be treated as determinative of the location of a person at a particular point of time. Therefore, the Court set aside the order of Intellectual Property Appellate Board and restored the rectification petitions filed before the Intellectual Property Appellate Board for re-hearing.
In the present case, a victim of sexual assault, aged about 13 years, had filed a writ petition forterminating her pregnancy caused due to illegal act perpetuated upon her.
The petitioner, being a highly intelligent and educated person and a medical officer at that, is expected to exhibit prudence, discipline and common sense in his attitude to life and work.
The Delhi High Court held that a borrower cannot ask for alteration of contract by way of a writ petition and a contract can only be altered through mutual consent between the parties.
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