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A common order for summoning in different cases cannot be passed, when parties are unrelated(18.11.2020)

Vide the present petition; the Petitioners have sought quashing of the summoning order and all subsequent proceedings qua complaint case under Section.....

Tags : Summons, Common order, Validity

Non-consideration of the decision of High Court or of Supreme Court is a 'mistake apparent from record', which could be rectified under Section 254(2) of the IT Act(14.12.2022)

By way of present Miscellaneous Applications under Section 254(2) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 ( IT Act), the assessee seeks recall of the common order.....

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Delhi HC: Common Order for Summoning Cannot be Passed When Parties are Unrelated(20.11.2020)

Delhi High Court has clarified that a common order for summoning Respondents, in different cases filed by a common Petitioner, cannot be passed when t.....

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