Ker. HC: No Member of Hindu Public Can Claim to Perform Services That Only Archakas Can Perform  ||  Bom HC: Emp. to Ensure That Minor Mistakes Due to Candidate’s Disability Shouldn’t Lead to Job Loss  ||  SC Criticises Centre For Not Specifying Range of Rates For Treatment in Pvt. Hospitals & Clinics  ||  Supreme Court: Stay Orders of High Court on Trials Not to Get Vacated Automatically  ||  Supreme Court: Can’t Apply TDS to Business Undertakings Where Assessee Not Paying Income  ||  Kerala HC: Can’t File HC Petition For Same Detention Order Even on Raising New Grounds  ||  Del HC: No Restraint in Grant of Bail Under S. 37 of NDPS Act For Undue Delay in Completion of Trial  ||  Gau. HC: Conviction Under Section 489B of Indian Penal Code Set Aside For Lack of Mens Rea  ||  Mad. HC: Jail is The Rule And Bail an Exception Under The Prevention of Money Laundering Act  ||  Mad. HC: Jail is The Rule And Bail an Exception Under The Prevention of Money Laundering Act    

Search Results for Tag : Hyper-Technical


Kerala HC: No Hyper Technical Approach Needed When Accused Produces Evidence of Juvenility(14.06.2022)

Kerala High Court has held that courts shall not employ a hyper technical approach when the accused produces sufficient evidence in support of his arg.....

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Bombay HC: S.125 CrPC Meant for Immediate Support, Courts Can’t Be Hyper Technical in Approach(21.07.2022)

Bombay High Court has held that courts should not get too technical while deciding petitions under Section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. The .....

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SC: Avoid Hyper-technical Approach in Deciding Juvenility Claim(14.09.2022)

Supreme Court has held that while deciding whether an accused is juvenile or not, a hyper technical approach should not be adopted. If two views are p.....

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Delhi HC: Family Courts Not Expected to Adopt Hyper-Technical Approach(22.05.2023)

Delhi High Court has observed that even though the Courts are required to decide matters relating to family law expeditiously, Court is expected to no.....

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