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Differentially pricing the web(09.12.2015)

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India has released a paper on the merits (and demerits) of TRAI keeps a vigil not only on internet standards, adv.....

Tags : Differential pricing, trai, net neutrality



Free Data: Having your cake and eating it too(19.05.2016)

After the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India spurned advances of the private sector offering ‘free’ internet for all by banning Judgments

UPSRTC tenders divide Competition Commission(07.01.2016)

A six member bench of the Competition Commission of India concluded four-to-two that the Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation did not have a.....

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UPSRTC tenders divide Competition Commission(07.01.2016)

A six member bench of the Competition Commission of India concluded four-to-two that the Uttar Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation did not have a.....

Tags : Preferential treatment, tender, competition, dominant position



Mixed residential, commercial use envisaged in Delhi rent control(11.07.2016)

Section 2(l)(iii) of the Delhi Rent Control Act 1958 is applicable in a case where tenancy premises are residential-cum-professional, or vice versa, a.....

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Mixed residential, commercial use envisaged in Delhi rent control(11.07.2016)

Section 2(l)(iii) of the Delhi Rent Control Act 1958 is applicable in a case where tenancy premises are residential-cum-professional, or vice versa, a.....

Tags : rent control, inherited rights, residential, commercial use



FIR can be quashed in case of non-compoundable offences, if Court is satisfied that facts and circumstances of case so warrant(20.10.2016)

Present petition filed by Petitioners, for quashing of FIR No.653/2013 dated 17th July, 2013, under Sections 498-A/406/34 Indian Penal Code, 1860 (IPC.....

Tags : FIR, Inherent powers, Quashing



Eviction can be claimed on ground of default in payment of rent(22.05.2017)

Instant appeal is against judgment passed in eviction wherein suit filed by Respondent herein/Plaintiff was decreed holding that, Plaintiff was entitl.....

Tags : Rent, Payment, Default, Eviction



Pure finding of fact based on appreciation of evidence not to be interfered with, in exercise of jurisdiction(11.12.2017)

Instant appeal has been filed against the judgment of High Court by which judgment High Court has allowed the Revision and set aside the order passed .....

Tags : Eviction, Rent, Recovery



Notifications & Circulars

Lease rent from letting out buildings/developed space along with other amenities in an Industrial Park/SEZ- to be treated as business income(25.04.2017)

The issue whether income arising from letting out of premises /developed space along with other amenities in an Industrial Park/SEZ is to be charged u.....

Tags : Lease rent, Industrial Park, Business income



Tenant cannot be evicted for defaulting rent without determination Of ‘Provisional Rent’ by Court(21.08.2018)

In instant appeal, The Appellant-Plaintiff is the landlord of the suit premises, whereas the Defendant is the tenant. The Plaintiff filed Suit for evi.....

Tags : Rent, Determination, Eviction



Inherent power has to be exercised in accordance with guidelines en-grafted(02.11.2018)

The Accused of Regular Criminal Case pending on the file of Judicial Magistrate First Class, has approached for quashment of First Information Report .....

Tags : Inherent powers, Quashment, FIR



Third Party Invoicing in case of Preferential Certificates of Origin issued in terms of DFTP for "wholly obtained goods"(08.12.2020)

1.The Board has received representations from trade with regard to use of third party invoicing while claiming preferential tariff treatment in terms .....

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Court can intervene only when Complainant succeeds in showing that Fora below has wrongly exercised its jurisdiction(28.02.2020)

Case of the Petitioner is that the Petitioner/Complainant's wife was admitted in the Respondent Hospital on 12th December, 2010 as her great toe and 2.....

Tags : Negligence, Concurrent findings, Jurisdiction



Electronic filing and issuance of Preferential CoO for India's exports under IMCECPA w.e.f. 01st April 2021(01.04.2021)

1. In continuation to the earlier Trade Notice(s) 34/2015-2020 dated 19.09.2019, 41/2019-2020 dated 12.12.2020, 53/2019-2020 dated 02.03.2020, 01/2020.....

Tags : Electronic filing, Issuance, Preferential Certificate



CWC and Labour Department more in breach than compliance of child welfare guidelines(04.09.2015)

In a case emerging out a lack of action taken by the police against a person employing children in a welding shop, the Court made a “shocking revelati.....

Tags : Children, employed, welfare commission, parents



Unless the declaration filed by a manufacturer is found to be untrue or false, no demand for additional duty can be raised(17.06.2021)

The issue in present appeal is whether demand for differential duty can be raised on assumptions and presumptions under the Chewing and Unmanufactured.....

Tags : Demand, Differential duty, Legality



Guidelines for implementation of the circular on opening of current accounts by banks(04.08.2021)

1. This is with reference to circulars DOR.No.BP.BC/7/21.04.048/2020-21 dated August 6, 2020, DOR. No.BP.BC.27/21.04.048/2020-21 dated November 2, 202.....

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Maintenance of current accounts in multiple banks by Stock Brokers(28.10.2021)

1. SEBI vide circular no. SMD/SED/CIR/93/23321 dated November 18, 1993 on "Regulation of Transactions between Clients and Brokers" mandated that all t.....

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Subsequent sentence can be directed to run concurrently with previous one in a case where prosecution is based on single transaction, even if, different complaints in relation thereto have been filed(28.10.2016)

Instant appeals called in question judgment passed by High Court of Delhi in Criminal Revision Petition, sustaining conviction of Appellant under Sect.....

Tags : Discretion, Sentence, Concurrent



Court would intervene only where the view taken and reasoning advanced by the Rent Controller suffers the vice of perversity(29.04.2024)

By way of present petition brought under proviso to Section 25B(8) of the Delhi Rent Control Act, the landlords have assailed order of the learned Ren.....

Tags : Tenancy, Rent Controller, Delhi Rent Control Act, Section 25B(8)



Deduction of tax under Section 194-I of Income-tax Act on payment in the nature of lease rent or supplemental lease rent made to a person being a Unit of IFSC – Reg.(01.08.2023)

In exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1F) of section 197A read with clause (c) of sub-section (2) of section 80LA, of the Income-tax Act.....

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Quotations cannot be the basis for re-determining the value of goods(09.01.2020)

The issue in present appeals being common - undervaluation of tyres imported by the Appellant company is for trade and further the companies are under.....

Tags : Demand, Differential duty, Validity



When there is no period agreed upon between the parties, duration has to be determined by referring to the object with which the tenancy is created(17.06.2020)

In present case, an application under Section 13 of East Punjab Urban Rent Restriction Act, 1949 was filed by the Appellant-landlord praying for evict.....

Tags : Eviction, Rent deed, Registration



Landlord flummoxed by distinction between compromise and consent order(02.06.2016)

A compromise reached between parties, leading to petition dismissed as withdrawn, cannot be enforced by the court under the aegis of a contempt petiti.....

Tags : rent control, compromise, consent order, undertaking



International Trade Settlement in Indian Rupees (INR) - Opening of additional Current Account for exports proceeds(17.11.2023)

1. Attention of Authorised Dealer Category - I (AD Category - I) banks is invited to A.P. (DIR Series) Circular No. 10 dated July 11, 2022, in terms o.....

Tags : International Trade Settlement, Additional current account



Guidelines on "Accessibility of Indian Railway stations and facility at stations for Differently abled persons (Divyangjan) and Passengers with reduce mobility"(21.11.2023)

1. Whereas section 40 of the Rights of Persons with Disabilities Act, 2016 (herein after, referred as the Act) mandates the Central Government, in con.....

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TRAI releases Consultation Paper on "Enabling Unbundling of Different Layers Through Differential Licensing"(20.08.2020)

1. The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has today released a Consultation Paper on "Enabling Unbundling of Different Layers Through Differ.....

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Verification of the Preferential Certificates of Origin in terms of CAROTAR Rules 2020(17.12.2020)

1. Reference is drawn to Board's letter dated 13.11.20120 vide file of even number (copy enclosed), wherein it was advised to ensure judicious applica.....

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Security Protocol Rules Relating to Differently Abled Persons at Airports(17.11.2016)

With regard to the security protocol rules relating to differently abled persons at airports, the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), the regula.....

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TRAI responds to DoT's back reference on TRAI's Recommendations dated 19.08.2021 on "Enabling Unbundling of Different Layers Through Differential Licensing"(06.09.2022)

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has issued its response to the back-reference received from DoT regarding its earlier Recommendations on .....

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Payment of duty at enhanced value and clearance of goods in urgency cannot exclude or preclude Assessee form challenging assessed bill of entry(28.06.2018)

In facts of present appeal, the Appellant who is an importer had filed 200 bills of entry during the period w.e.f. 4th September, 2015 to 27th June, 2.....

Tags : Demand, Confirmation, Differential duty



Temporary non-use of premises due to the lockdown cannot be construed as rendering the lease void(21.05.2020)

The present revision petition was filed by the Appellants/Tenants (“Tenants”) challenging the order passed by the learned Senior Civil Judge-cum-Rent .....

Tags : Eviction, Suspension, Rent, Entitlement



Electronic filing of Non-Preferential Certificate of Origin (CoO) through the common digital platform for India's exports w.e.f. 15th April 2021(25.03.2021)

1. In continuation to the earlier Trade Notice 42/2020-2021 dated 19.02.2021, it is informed that the electronic platform for Certificate of Origin (C.....

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Electronic issuance of Preferential Certificate of Origin for India's exports to UK under Generalised Scheme of Preferences(11.01.2021)

1. In continuation to the earlier Trade Notice(s) 30/2020-21 dated 13.10.2020, it is informed that the United Kingdom (UK) is being added as a country.....

Tags : Preferential Certificate, Issuance, Exports



RBI releases a Comprehensive Guide for Current Statistics section of the RBI Monthly Bulletin(20.06.2017)

The Reserve Bank of India today, released a Comprehensive Guide for Current Statistics of the RBI Monthly Bulletin. The Current Statistics portion of .....

Tags : RBI, Comprehensive Guide, Current Statistics



GST exemption for products used by differently abled people(18.07.2017)

Specified assistive devices, rehabilitation aids and other goods for differently abled people attract the lowest (non-Nil) GST rate of 5%. Most of the.....

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TRAI questions Facebook about soliciting Differential Pricing feedback(12.01.2016)

Pursuant to its Consultation Paper on ‘Differential Pricing for Data Services' released on 9.12.2015, the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India receiv.....

Tags : Differential pricing, consultation, facebook, solicit



Tax Policy Research Unit and Tax Policy Council set up(02.02.2016)

The Ministry of Finance has created a Tax Policy Research Unit and Tax Policy Council on the basis of recommendations made by the Tax Administration R.....

Tags : Tax reform, coherent policy, research, analysis



Tax Policy Research Unit and Tax Policy Council set up(02.02.2016)

The Ministry of Finance has created a Tax Policy Research Unit and Tax Policy Council on the basis of recommendations made by the Tax Administration R.....

Tags : Tax reform, coherent policy, research, analysis



Maintenance of current accounts in multiple banks by Insurance Intermediaries(29.12.2021)

1. It has been observed that the insurance intermediaries maintain multiple current accounts with banks at different operational levels, i.e., Branch .....

Tags : Maintenance, Current accounts, Multiple banks



TRAI issues a Consultation Paper on Differential Pricing for Data Services(09.12.2015)

The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India released a consultation paper on differential pricing for data services for comments. Differential pricing, .....

Tags : Differential pricing, net neutrality, trai, report



Guidelines for preferential issue of units and institutional placement of units by a listed Real Estate Investment Trust(27.11.2019)

Regulation 2(1)(zd) of Securities and Exchange Board of India (Real Estate Investment Trusts) Regulations, 2014 ("REIT Regulations"), defines a "prefe.....

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Allocation of preferential export of sugar to USA under TRQ for the year 2018-19(13.09.2018)

1. In exercise of the powers conferred under Paragraphs 2.04 of the Foreign Trade Policy, 2015-2020, the Director General of Foreign Trade hereby allo.....

Tags : Preferential export, Sugar, Allocation



Cabinet approves National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme(05.07.2016)

The Union Cabinet approved implementation of the National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme, by the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship.<.....

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Road Ministry issues advisory for implementing Rent a Motor Cab/Cycle Schemes(01.06.2020)

1.The Ministry of Road Transport and Highways has issued advisory based on the issues received from certain stakeholders in implementing "Rent a Motor.....

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Madras HC Asks Parents to Spend More Time with Their Children(30.09.2016)

Madras HC while voicing concern over elopement of minor children and attributing it to reasons such as nuclear family setup has asked parents to spend.....

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Orissa High Court Directs Mediation Between Private Schools and Parents(09.09.2020)

Orissa High Court has ordered the School and Mass Education Department of the State to convene a meeting between all the stakeholders including the pa.....

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SC: Writ Petition Can be Entertained Only if Lack of Inherent Jurisdiction in Arbitrator's Order(21.09.2020)

Supreme Court has observed that a Petition under Article 227 of the Constitution of India, 1949 against dismissal of a Petition under Section 16 of th.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Lack of Inherent Jurisdiction



SC: Defendant in Eviction Suit Can't Enjoy Property During Pendency Without Depositing Rent(18.07.2022)

Supreme Court has held that a defendant cannot enjoy the property during pendency of suit without depositing the amount of rent/damages by merely deny.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Eviction Suit, Rent



SC: Object of Plea for Child's Custody is to Determine in Whose Custody Best Interest of Child Lies(18.07.2022)

Supreme Court has held that in petition seeking writ of habeas corpus in matter relating to custody of child, the Court exercises an inherent jurisdic.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Child Custody, Welfare, Inherent Jurisdiction



CESTAT: No Service Tax on Company for Payment of Rent if Premise Not Used for Commercial Purpose(22.07.2022)

Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT), Delhi Bench has held that the service tax cannot be levied on the Company for the payment.....

Tags : CESTAT, Service Tax, Rent



Delhi HC Seeks Reply in Minors’ Plea on Loss of Parent Due to Deficient Oxygen Supply(02.08.2021)

Delhi High Court has asked the Centre and the Delhi Government to file reply in the plea moved by two minors, who lost their sole bread-earning parent.....

Tags : Delhi High Court, Loss of Parent Due to Deficient Oxygen Supply



ITAT, Delhi: Provision of Ground Rent Shall Not be Allowable Under Section 43B Income Tax Act(03.08.2021)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT), Delhi has held that the provision of ground rent shall not be allowable under section 43B of the Income Tax Act,.....

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Rajasthan HC: Orders Passed by Rent Tribunal Not Amenable to Writ Jurisdiction(03.08.2021)

Rajasthan High Court has held that orders passed by Rent Tribunal are not amenable to the writ jurisdiction of the High Court under Article 226 of the.....

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SC: No Rational Justification for Different Age of Retirement for Doctors Practicing Different System(04.08.2021)

Supreme Court has observed that there is no rational justification for different age of retirement for doctors practicing AYUSH system of medicines an.....

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SC: Late Payment of Rent Despite Revenue’s Direction is a Valid Ground for Eviction(16.05.2023)

Supreme Court while referring to G Ponniah Thevar v. Nellayam Perumal Pillai (MANU/SC/0477/1976) has held that delay in payment of rent despite direct.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Rent, Cultivating Tenant, Revenue



SC Dismisses Plea for Restraining Landlords from Demanding Rent from Students/ Labour Class(06.05.2020)

Supreme Court has refused to direct the Centre to implement the Home Ministry order requiring landlords to abstain from compelling students and labour.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Rent from Students/ Labour Class



Differently-Abled/Visually-Impaired Persons Not to Be Deprived of Benefits of RTI Act: SC(28.09.2018)

Supreme Court has called on the government to consider exploring advanced technology to aid the differently-abled gain functional access to the benefi.....

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Allahabad HC: Concurrent Sentences is Basic Rule Where Accused is Convicted for 2 or More Offences(20.04.2022)

Allahabad High Court has observed that if the accused is convicted for two or more different offences, arising out of one and the same transaction, th.....

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Rajasthan HC: Purpose of Rent Control Act is Not to Take Away Bona Fide Properties of Landlords(30.05.2022)

Rajasthan High Court has held that the purpose of the Rajasthan Rent Control Act is to save tenants from harassment by landlords and the same shouldn’.....

Tags : Rajasthan High Court, Rent Control, Landlords



Delhi HC Asks Centre to Ensure Facilities for Differently Abled Students(15.07.2020)

Delhi High Court has asked the Central Government to ensure that Common Service Centres are made functional and that they are made well equipped to me.....

Tags : Delhi High Court, Facilities for Differently Abled Students



NCLAT: NCLT Doesn't Have Power to Classify Transaction As Preferential Transaction(16.05.2022)

National Company Law Appellate Law Tribunal, has observed that NCLT does not have the power to suo-moto classify a transaction as a Preferential Trans.....

Tags : National Company Law Appellate Law Tribunal, Section 44, Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016, Preferential Transaction



Delhi HC: Striking Off Tenant's Defense Under Order XVA CPC Doesn't Justify Default in Rent Payment(17.05.2022)

Delhi High Court has ruled that a tenant's failure to pay rent as directed by the court under Order XVA(1) of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 (CPC) .....

Tags : Delhi High Court, rent, Order XVA(1), Code of Civil Procedure, 1908



ITAT: Income Tax Deduction for CAM Charges Included in Rent(19.05.2022)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Bangalore has observed that Common Area Maintenance (CAM) Charges included in rent were allowable as a deduction.

Tags : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Common Area Maintenance, rent



Bombay HC: Parent Age Should Be Considered While Deciding Insurance Compensation(24.10.2016)

Bombay High Court has ruled that when an unmarried person dies in a road accident, the average age of his or her surviving old parents should be consi.....

Tags : Bombay High Court, Parent Age, Insurance Compensation



P&H HC: No Requirement of NOC Where Adoptive Parents are Indians(30.07.2020)

Punjab and Haryana High Court has held that the Juvenile Justice Act, 2015 would not apply in cases of inter-country adoption of children being given .....

Tags : Punjab and Haryana High Court, Adoptive Parents



ITAT, Ahmedabad: Deemed Rent Inapplicable to Property That is Stock-in-Trade(03.05.2022)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, Ahmedabad has ruled that the concept of deemed rent can’t be applicable to the properties which are treated as stock-in.....

Tags : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal, stock-in-trade, deemed rent



NCLT, Bengaluru Dismisses Insolvency Petition Against Café Coffee Day(07.04.2022)

National Company Law Tribunal, Bengaluru has dismissed the insolvency petition filed against the parent company of Cafe Coffee Day namely Coffee Day G.....

Tags : National Company Law Tribunal, parent company, Cafe Coffee Day, Coffee Day Global Limited, Cooperative Rabobank U.A



CESTAT, Delhi: No Malafide Intention on Claiming Cenvat Credit on Rent a Cab Service(08.04.2022)

Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal, Delhi has confirmed a demand in relation to availment of cenvat credit of service tax paid on rent.....

Tags : Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal, cenvat credit, service tax, rent-a-cab service, malafide intention



Bombay HC Directs Mhada to Seize Builder’s Properties to Pay Transit Rent to Tenants(27.10.2016)

Bombay High Court has directed Mhada to initiate action against a city builder, including attaching his properties, to recover transit rent which he f.....

Tags : Bombay HC, Mhada, Transit Rent



Karnataka HC: No Bar on Step Parent to Become Adoptive Parent of Child(13.10.2020)

Karnataka High Court has declared a stepmother as the legally adoptive mother of the minor child and the couple as parents of a minor child for all le.....

Tags : Karnataka High Court, Adoptive Parent of Child



Parents are Obligated to Spend on Education of Their Children: Bombay HC(14.01.2019)

Bombay High Court has observed that parents are obligated to spend money on their children's education and that such monetary transactions shouldn't b.....

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Delhi HC Refuses to Vacate Stay on Direction to Enforce CM's Speech Promising Rent Relief(05.07.2022)

Delhi High Court has dismissed plea challenging order which had temporarily stayed a single judge order making promises extended by Chief Minister Arv.....

Tags : Delhi High Court, Promises, Enforceable, Payment of Rent



SC: Trial/Appellate Court Has Full Discretion to Order Sentences to Run Concurrently(06.07.2022)

Supreme Court has held that Trial court and Appellate Court has full discretion to order sentences for two or more offences at one trial to run concur.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Trial Courts, Concurrently



Delhi Court: No Preferential Treatment to Convicts Only on Account of Gender(07.07.2022)

Delhi Court while awarding five year jail to 40 years old woman for dealing in fake currency has held that a convict cannot claim preferential treatme.....

Tags : Delhi Court, Preferential Treatment, Convict



Delhi HC: Circumstances Arising Out Of Marital Relationship Includes Parents-In-Law(14.07.2022)

Delhi High Court has held that the words "circumstances arising out of marital relationship" used in reference to filing of suit for injunction under .....

Tags : Delhi High Court, Parent-in-law, Family Court



SC: Inherent Power U/S 151 CPC Can be Invoked Only When Alternate Remedies Don’t Exist(24.08.2022)

Supreme Court has held that inherent power under Section 151 of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC) can be invoked only in circumstances where alternate.....

Tags : Supreme Court, CPC, Inherent Powers, Alternate Remedy



Karnataka HC Directs Police Stations to Maintain List of Senior Citizens in Their Jurisdiction(24.11.2016)

Karnataka High Court has directed State Government to ensure that each police station maintains an up-to-date list of senior citizens in its jurisdict.....

Tags : Karnataka High Court, Senior Citizens, Karnataka Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Rules



Delhi High Court Asks JNU to Increase Seat and Accommodate Differently-Abled Student(23.11.2018)

Delhi High Court has directed Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) to grant admission to a differently-abled student by increasing a seat in its ‘Compara.....

Tags : Delhi High Court, JNU, Differently-Abled Student



Harassed Parent can Seek Child’s Eviction from Any Type of Property: Delhi HC(26.11.2018)

Delhi High Court has said parent facing ill-treatment/harassment can seek eviction of his children and legal heirs from any type of property under the.....

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Harassed Parent can Seek Child’s Eviction from Any Type of Property: Delhi HC(26.11.2018)

Delhi High Court has said parent facing ill-treatment/harassment can seek eviction of his children and legal heirs from any type of property under the.....

Tags : Delhi High Court, Parent facing Harassment



You are Parents of Your Child Forever: SC to Parting Couple(29.11.2018)

Supreme Court, while allowing a married couple to ‘part as friends’, has reminded them about the duty towards their child and also observed that the c.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Divorce, You are Parents of Your Child Forever



Calcutta High Court: Respect Elders or else Find Separate Accommodation(11.01.2017)

Calcutta High Court has ruled that children living in their parents’ house have to listen to them and respect them, or else find their own separate ac.....

Tags : Calcutta High Court, Parents, Respect



Introduction of Unit Area Method System Through NDMC Bye-laws Invalid: SC(24.01.2019)

Supreme Court has upheld the Delhi High Court judgment that quashed the NDMC (Determination of Annual Rent) Bye-laws, 2009, that had introduced the sy.....

Tags : Supreme Court, NDMC, Unit Area Method System, Determination of Annual Rent Bye-laws, 2009



Man Deposed About Parents' Murder He Witnessed When He was Six: Tripura HC Upholds Conviction(28.01.2019)

Tripura High Court has upheld a Trial Court judgment convicting an accused for a murder that took place about three decades ago, relying on the deposi.....

Tags : Tripura High Court, Man Deposed About Parents' Murder He Witnessed When He was Six



Bombay HC: Child Raised in Orphanage Can’t Be Declared Orphan if Biological Parents Are Alive(02.11.2022)

Bombay High Court has held that children though brought up in an orphanage cannot be declared as orphans as defined under Section 2(42) of the Juvenil.....

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Delhi HC: Adult Son has ‘No Legal Right’ to Stay in Parent’s Self Acquired Property(30.11.2016)

Delhi High Court, while upholding wishes of an elderly couple who wanted their son and daughter-in-law evicted from their house, has ruled that an adu.....

Tags : Delhi High Court, Self Acquired Property, Son, Parent



Calcutta HC Directs Minor Child to Remain with Adoptive Parents(05.12.2016)

Calcutta High Court has directed that a two-year-old child would remain with a couple who had adopted her, despite biological mother's tearful plea to.....

Tags : Calcutta High Court, Adoptive Parents, biological mother



Rights of Elderly Persons Must be Recognised & Implemented: SC Issues Directives(14.12.2018)

Supreme Court has observed that there cannot be any excuse of lack of finances either by the Government of India or by the State Governments in strict.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Parents and Senior Citizens Act



SC: Court Can Consider Preferences of Minor in Parental Custody(02.11.2020)

Supreme Court has stated that as per Section 17(3) of the Guardian and Wards Act, 1890, the Court can consider the preferences of the minor if he/she .....

Tags : Supreme Court, Preference of Minor, Parental Custody



Order of Acquittal can’t be Interfered with on Ground that Different View is Possible: SC(05.12.2018)

Supreme Court has asserted that an order of acquittal cannot be interfered with on the ground that a different view was possible on the basis of evide.....

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Kerala HC Directs Kochi Corporation, PWD to Make Roads More Accessible to Differently Abled(19.11.2020)

Kerala High Court has held that the Corporation of Kochi as well as the Public Works Department are duty bound under law to make necessary arrangement.....

Tags : Kerala High Court, Accessibility to Differently Abled



Madras HC Rules: Aged Parents of Deceased Person Eligible for Workmen’s Compensation(18.01.2017)

Madras High Court has ruled that aged parents of a deceased person is also eligible for compensation sanctioned under Workmen Compensation Act.

Tags : Madras High Court, Workmen Compensation Act, aged parents



Magistrate Shall Specify Whether Sentences Would Run Concurrently or Consecutively in Order: SC(18.02.2019)

Supreme Court has held that it is a mandatory legal requirement to specify whether sentences awarded to an accused convicted for two or more offences,.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Sentences Would Run Concurrently Or Consecutively



CIVIL - Karnataka HC Asks Son to Vacate Parent's House for Manhandling Parents(25.02.2019)

Karnataka High Court has directed a man to vacate his parent's house, taking serious note of the fact that he had manhandled them and observed that ou.....

Tags : Karnataka High Court, Vacate Parent's House for Manhandling Parents



SC: Court Auction Sale is Most Transparent(11.11.2022)

Supreme Court while observing that Registering Authority can’t sit in appeal over decision of Court permitting sale at particular price has held that .....

Tags : Supreme Court, Auction, Transparent



CIVIL - We Should Respect, Serve and Worship Our Parents: Chhattisgarh HC(20.03.2019)

Chhattisgarh High Court has said we should respect, serve and worship our parents, while dismissing a man's plea against providing maintenance to his .....

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CRIMINAL - SC Sets Aside Concurrent Conviction in a Rape Case(27.03.2019)

Supreme Court while acquitting a man who faced concurrent conviction in a rape case has noted that prosecutrix was in the habit of making such complai.....

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DIRECT TAXATION - ITAT Rejects Fake Claim for Deduction of Rent Paid to Mother as Same Was an Afterthought(27.03.2019)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) has disallowed a fake claim for deduction because it was established that the rent paid to mother was nothing, bu.....

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AAAR, Karnataka: Renting of E-Bikes and Bicycles Taxed at Rate of 5% and 12% respectively(23.02.2021)

Appellate Authority of Advance Ruling (AAAR), Karnataka has set aside the Advance Ruling of the lower authority ruling that the renting of e-bikes and.....

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SC: Family Members on Parental Side of Hindu Widow Not ‘Strangers’ Under Hindu Succession Act(25.02.2021)

Supreme Court has said that family members on the parental side of a Hindu widow cannot be held to be ‘strangers’ and her property can devolve upon th.....

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Delhi High Court: Minors Too Have a Right to Choose Not to Live With Parents(28.04.2017)

Delhi High Court has said that even minor children have liberty to choose not to live with their parents.

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Delhi HC Upholds Use of Rule of Contra Proferentem by Arbitrator While Interpreting Contract(06.02.2023)

Delhi High Court has held that if the arbitrator uses a contract executed between the parties to determine a dispute, the clauses of the contract shou.....

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Madras High Court: Parents Cannot Have Absolute Decision Autonomy to Their Children(20.03.2017)

Madras High Court has upheld decisions of Courts which supported view that parental authority, barring a few exceptions, would “out of bounds for a wr.....

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Pay Rent to Those Evicted from Homes Near Water Pipeline: Bombay HC(04.04.2019)

Bombay High Court has directed Maharashtra Government to pay Rs. 15,000 per month as rent to people who were rendered homeless after their dwellings, .....

Tags : Bombay High Court, Rent to Those Evicted from Homes Near Water Pipeline



Cal. HC: 'Rent' Includes All Charges Paid by Tenant in Connection With Suit Premises(19.12.2022)

Calcutta High Court has held that ‘Rent’ includes all payments agreed to be paid by tenant to the landlord for use and occupation not only of the suit.....

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Bombay HC: Take Action Against Doctors Refusing to Show Up in Tribal Belt(23.12.2022)

Bombay High Court while expressing urgent need for deterrent action against doctors failing to take up postings in malnutrition-ridden tribal areas ha.....

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Chhattisgarh HC: Accommodation U/S 2 of Chhattisgarh Rent Control Act Includes Superstructures(23.12.2022)

Chhattisgarh High Court has held that a superstructure is included in the definition of 'accommodation' given under Section 2(1) of the Chhattisgarh R.....

Tags : Chhattisgarh High Court, Accommodation, Rent Control Act, Superstructures



Delhi HC: Parents of Dead Accident Victim to be Treated as Dependants for Compensation(15.01.2021)

Delhi High Court has held that parents of a dead accident victim are to be treated as dependants to award compensation. The Court has clarified that l.....

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Kerala HC Dismisses Plea by Man for Release of 21-Year Old from Parent’s Custody(22.01.2021)

Kerala High Court has dismissed a habeas corpus petition filed by a man claiming to be a 'spiritual guru' seeking release of a 21-year old woman, who .....

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NCLAT: Adjudicating Authority Can Invoke Inherent Powers To Replace The Liquidator(21.10.2022)

National Company Law Appellate Tribunal has held that the Adjudicating Authority can invoke its inherent powers to replace the Liquidator and to do s.....

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Delhi HC: Every Child Has Fundamental Right to Get ‘Love & Affection’ From Both Parents(20.02.2017)

Delhi High Court has said while giving father the right to meet his minor son has said that ‘every child has a fundamental right to get "love and affe.....

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SC: Delegated Legislation Which is Ultra Vires to Parent Act Cannot be Given Any Effect(19.12.2022)

Supreme Court while observing that it is the function of the courts to keep all authorities within the confines of the law by supplying the doctrine o.....

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Delhi HC Bans 30 Torrent Websites(16.04.2019)

Delhi High Court has banned around 30 torrent sites from using content that violate copyright of film production companies such as Twentieth Century F.....

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Tenants can be Evicted Only by Following Procedure in Rent Control Laws: SC(17.04.2019)

Supreme Court has observed that a statutory tenant can be evicted only by following procedure laid down in applicable rent control laws and not by fil.....

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SC: Can’t Convict Accused Solely on The Basis of ‘Last Seen’ Circumstance(18.01.2023)

Supreme Court while setting aside concurrent conviction of murder accused has held that ‘last seen’ doctrine has limited application and court should .....

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Rajasthan HC Issues Notice to Centre, State on Plea Against Differential Pricing of Covid Vaccine(10.05.2021)

Rajasthan High Court has issued notice to the Central and the State Government on a Public Interest Litigation seeking implementation of 'One Nation, .....

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Delhi HC Directs Govt to Take Immediate Steps to Ensure Transparent Allocation of Tocilizumab Doses(11.05.2021)

Delhi High Court has directed the Centre and the Delhi Government to take immediate steps to ensure that the Tocilizumab doses received by tonight and.....

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SC: Unless Contract Allows, Subletting is Impermissible Under Bombay Rent Control Act(24.03.2023)

Supreme Court has held that unless contract itself permits sub-letting, it shall not be lawful, after coming into operation of Bombay Rents, Hotel and.....

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Supreme Court: No Condonation Of Delay in Payment of Rent for Wilful Defaulters(12.05.2017)

Supreme Court has held that condonation of delay in payment of rents can take place only when defaulting tenant so pleads with justifiable reasons whi.....

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Kerala HC Directs Family Courts to Mask Name of Adoptive Parents When Issuing Orders(12.04.2021)

Kerala High Court directed the Registrar (District Judiciary) to issue necessary directions to all family courts in the state to mask the name of adop.....

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Madras HC Directs State to Open Special Counters to Vaccinate the Differently Abled(20.04.2021)

Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu government to establish special counters for the differently abled at all government-run COVID-19 vaccin.....

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ITAT Kolkata: Rent-Free Accommodation to Part Time-Director from Company is Not ‘Business Income'(08.06.2017)

ITAT Kolkata has held that rent-Free accommodation received by a Part Time-Director cum Employee from the Company cannot be taxable as “Business Incom.....

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Rajasthan High Court Issues Notice on Differential Pricing of COVID Vaccines(30.04.2021)

Rajasthan High Court has issued notices to the Central Government, State Government on a plea challenging differential pricing of the vaccine for the .....

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Gujarat HC: Step-Parent Are Not Liable to Maintain Child(12.10.2015)

Gujarat High Court has ruled that a stepmother or stepfather is not liable to maintain a stepchild because provisions of Section 125 of Code of Crimin.....

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MP HC Revokes Order Restraining MPERC from Revising Power Tariff for Different Consumers(18.06.2021)

Madhya Pradesh High Court has revoked its order restraining Madhya Pradesh Electricity Regulatory Commission (MPERC) from revising the power tariff fo.....

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Bom. HC: Parents Don’t Hold Absolute Rights Over Destiny of Their Children(12.04.2023)

Bombay High Court while observing that children cannot be treated as property of parents, and don’t have absolute rights over the destiny and life of .....

Tags : Bombay High Court, Parents, Matrimonial Dispute



Bom. HC: Divorcee or a Single Parent Eligible to Adopt as Per Juvenile Justice Act, 2015(13.04.2023)

Bombay High Court while setting aside order disallowing a woman from adopting her sister’s child on ground that she was single working woman, held tha.....

Tags : Bombay High Court, Single Parent, Juvenile Justice Act, Adopt



Bom. HC: Father/Mother-In-laws Not Entitled to Claim Maintenance Under Section 125 CrPC(19.04.2023)

Bombay High Court has held that parents-in-law are not entitled to claim maintenance from their widowed daughter-in-law under Section 125 CrPC, on the.....

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SC Refers Issue of Validity of GST on Lease/Rent Payments to 9 Judge Constitution Bench(20.04.2023)

Supreme Court while referring the issue of constitutional validity of GST on lease/rent payments to 9 judges constitution bench, has clarified that th.....

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ITAT Kolkata: Old, Uninhabitable House Cannot be Subject to Tax on Notional Rent Basis(20.06.2019)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) Kolkata has noted that notional rent cannot be applied to determine house property income towards an old uninhabi.....

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J&K&L HC: Reference of Market Value of Small Plots Relevant Only in Absence of Other Materials(16.05.2023)

Supreme Court while referring to G Ponniah Thevar v. Nellayam Perumal Pillai (MANU/SC/0477/1976) has held that delay in payment of rent despite direct.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Rent, Cultivating Tenant, Revenue



All. HC: Raise Claims for Arrears of Rent Through DJs, Don't Take Recourse to Judicial Proceedings(17.05.2023)

Allahabad High Court has directed Judicial Officers seeking claims for arrears of rent in cases where Judicial officer was not provided Government acc.....

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Supreme Court Explains Fall in Business Cannot be Ground for Default in Payment of Rent(08.08.2019)

Supreme Court has observed that a fall in the business cannot be a reason for default in the payment of rent. The Court was considering an appeal file.....

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ITAT Delhi: Rent Received by Trust from Shops Purchased Out of Excess Fund is Taxable(09.08.2019)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) Delhi has ruled that the rental income received by a Trust from the properties purchased out of the surplus fund .....

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Punjab and Haryana HC: Children Expected to Look After Elderly Parents(15.07.2021)

Punjab and Haryana High Court has observed that children are expected to look after their elderly parents properly, which is not only a value-based pr.....

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MP HC Grants Protection to Couple Receiving Threats from Parents(15.07.2021)

Madhya Pradesh High Court has granted protection to a couple receiving threat from their parents after observing that persons, being major, voluntaril.....

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Delhi HC Annuls NDMC Bye-Laws, Ask Civic Agency to Refund Excess Property Tax(21.08.2017)

Delhi High Court has struck down New Delhi Municipal Council (Determination of Annual Rent) Bye-laws, 2009, and asked NDMC to refund the excess tax co.....

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Joint Parenting: Supreme Court Asks Centre to Respond Over Reforms(22.07.2019)

Supreme Court has asked the Centre to respond to a request for putting a legal regime for “joint parenting” in cases of divorce of parents to ensure t.....

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AFT: No Different Set of Medical Standards for Promotion for Combat Arms and Services in Army(05.07.2021)

Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) has ruled that there cannot be different set of medical standards for promotion for Combat Arms and Services in the Army i.....

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Kerala HC Permits New Govt Order Fixing Room Rent at Private Hospitals to Operate for 6 Weeks(09.07.2021)

Kerala High Court has decided to allow the operation of the Government Order dated 7th July, 2021 for a period of six weeks to evaluate the efficiency.....

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Bom HC: JJB’s Decision to Try Child as Adult Must be Transparent and Fair(03.07.2023)

Bombay High Court has held that inquiry by Juvenile Justice Board (JJB) under Section 15 of J.J. Act to arrive at a conclusion to try the child as an .....

Tags : Bombay High Court, Juvenile Justice Board, Inquiry, Transparent, Fair



Bombay HC: Tenant Occupying Premises Before Enactment of Public Premises Act to be Ruled by State Act(26.07.2017)

Bombay High Court has observed that such persons who are in occupation prior to premises belonging to or taken on lease by government companies and co.....

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Bombay HC: Tenant Occupying Premises Before Enactment of Public Premises Act to be Ruled by State Act(26.07.2017)

Bombay High Court has observed that such persons who are in occupation prior to premises belonging to or taken on lease by government companies and co.....

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MP HC: Compelling Married Woman to Live in Parental Home After Marriage is Cruelty(30.06.2021)

Madhya Pradesh High Court has observed that compelling a married woman to live in her parental home after marriage amounts to cruelty and that for thi.....

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Bombay HC Orders Recovery of Transit Rent for Tenants Through Sale of Devloper's Property(21.09.2017)

Bombay High Court has ordered attachment of properties of a developer who failed to pay transit rent to almost 100 tenants while the building concerne.....

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DGFT Extends Date for Mandatory Electronic Filing of Non-Preferential CoO(20.07.2021)

Director-General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) has notified the extension of the date for Mandatory electronic filing of Non-Preferential Certificate of Ori.....

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Delhi High Court Directs Delhi Govt to Frame Policy on Payment of Rents for the Poor Within Six Weeks(23.07.2021)

Delhi High Court has asked the Delhi Government to frame a policy to pay rents of labourers during the Covid lockdown. The plea before the Court had r.....

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Supreme Court: Parents Transferring Property to ‘Caring Children’ is not Undue Influence(13.09.2019)

Supreme Court has ruled that if parents transfer property to an offspring who takes care of them in old age, it cannot be assumed that the individual .....

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Karnataka HC Directs State to Consider Offering Compensation to Parents of Boy Died of Electrocution(20.08.2021)

Karnataka High Court has directed the State government to immediately consider offering compensation to the parents of 15 years old boy who died of el.....

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SC Dismisses Center’s Appeal Against 2012 Judgment by Punjab and Haryana HC(08.01.2016)

SC has shot down yet another attempt by Centre to deny differently-abled three per cent reservation in promotional posts and dismissed an appeal filed.....

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Supreme Court to Centre, States: Make Public Spaces Disabled-Friendly(18.12.2017)

Supreme Court has fixed a timeline for the Centre and States to make public places accessible to the differently abled, particularly the blind, and pa.....

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Supreme Court: Inherent Powers Cannot be Invoked to Change Sentence Imposed by HC Itself(05.11.2019)

Supreme Court has observed that inherent power under Section 482 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 cannot be used by the High Court to reopen or alt.....

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Bombay HC Upholds Direction Under Senior Citizens Act to Son to Vacate Flat of Elderly Parents(20.09.2021)

Bombay High Court has dismissed the son's appeal against the Maintenance Tribunal order asking him to vacate the premises, observing that the man and.....

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Bombay HC Permits Maharashtra Schools to Hike Fees by 15% for 2016-17(23.12.2015)

Bombay HC has passed an interim order allowing schools to hike fee without seeking approval from executive committees of the Parent-Teachers’ Associat.....

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Will Not Allow Hadiya’s Husband to Meet Her, Says Hadiya’s Guardian and College Principal(29.11.2017)

Will Not Allow Hadiya’s Husband to Meet Her, Says Hadiya’s Guardian and College Principal

Tags : The Supreme Court ordered the college administration to treat Hadiya like any other student and as per hostel rules, but remained silent on whether Shafin Jehan, Hadiya’s husband, or her parents would be allowed to meet her while she completes her studies.



RBI Orders Concurrent Auditors to Submit Reports on Non-Performing Loans Directly to Banks(25.09.2015)

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has directed concurrent auditors of commercial banks to submit their review of non-performing loans directly to the banks .....

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Delhi High Court: Both Parents Needed in Best Interest of Kid(20.11.2017)

Delhi High Court has directed an estranged NRI wife, who has been staying in Delhi, to return to the US with their three-year-old daughter while obser.....

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SC: Only When Conviction Arise Out of the Single Transaction, Concurrent Sentence Would be Merited(02.08.2023)

Supreme Court while observing that only when the conviction arise out of the single transaction, concurrent sentence would be merited, has held that i.....

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Bom HC to State: Ensure No Developer Defaults in Payment of Transit Rent to Residents(10.08.2023)

Bombay High Court in attempt to curb errant builders in default of their obligations, has directed State government to take steps to ensure that devel.....

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Punjab and Haryana HC: Foreign Nationals are Covered Under Senior Citizens Act(03.02.2016)

Punjab and Haryana HC has ruled that foreign citizens living in India are also covered under Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Ac.....

Tags : Punjab and Haryana HC , Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, 2007, foreign citizens



TRAI Bans Differential Pricing for India(08.02.2016)

Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (TRAI) has banned differential pricing for India,i.e, all content on internet needs to be available at the same .....

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P&H HC: Writ of Habeas Corpus Can be Issued for Restoration of Custody of Minor to the Parent(02.09.2021)

Punjab & Haryana High Court has granted relief to a father who had filed a petition alleging illegal custody by his wife and her parents, holding that.....

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Kerala High Court Allows Plea Seeking Correction of Deceased Parent's Name on Passport(06.09.2021)

Kerala High Court has allowed a plea seeking a correction in the parent's name on the passport even after their demise, provided that documents were p.....

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Del. HC to State: Provide Assistance to Procure Gadgets for Conducting Trial of PwD Accused(28.08.2023)

Delhi High Court has directed Delhi Government to provide infrastructure and financial assistance for procuring essential electronic gadgets for condu.....

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Cal. HC: High Courts can Invoke Article 215 to Review its Own Orders(04.09.2023)

Calcutta High Court has held that being Courts of records, the High Courts are invested with inherent powers under Article 215 of Constitution to corr.....

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Supreme Court Says Parents Denied Custody Should be Allowed to Talk to Child Daily(21.01.2020)

Supreme Court has said that where both parents are estranged and locked in a matrimonial dispute, the parent who has been denied the custody of the ch.....

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Tripura HC: Visitation Rights Shouldn't be Limited to Few Hours(23.10.2023)

Tripura High Court while observing that a parent cannot be a guest in their child's life, has held that if visitation rights are granted only for limi.....

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Gujarat HC: Father Must Maintain Son Only Till He is of 18 years(21.03.2016)

Gujarat HC has ruled that parents are liable to maintain a son till he turns 18 and starts earning.

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Supreme Court: Landlord Not Precluded from Making Application for Fair Rent Determination(03.02.2020)

Supreme Court has held that a landlord is not precluded from making an application for determination of fair rent during the currency of agreed rent b.....

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Delhi HC: Differential Treatment Between BCA Degrees Violates Article 14 of the Constitution(05.02.2020)

Delhi High Court has held that the classification between the students who had acquired their Bachelors of Computer Applications (BCA) qualifications .....

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Kerala HC: Presents Gifted By Parents For Daughter's Welfare Not Dowry(14.12.2021)

Kerala High Court has ruled that presents given to the bride at the time of her marriage for her welfare will not count as dowry under the ambit of Do.....

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Delhi HC Seeks Property List over Plea Challenging Rent Act’s Legality(22.02.2016)

Delhi HC, while hearing petition challenging legality of the Delhi Rent Control Act on ground it is an archaic piece of legislation violating fundamen.....

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Karnataka HC: Provisions of Rent Act Will Not Have Overriding Effect Over Provisions of SARFAESI Act(09.12.2021)

Karnataka High Court has said that a secured creditor has precedence and first charge over the secured assets, under the Securitisation and Reconstruc.....

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Tel. HC: Apprentice Can be Treated as Workman under the Workmen's Act, 1923(18.12.2023)

Telangana High Court while observing that S.16 of Apprentice Act states that employer is liable to pay compensation for the injuries caused to apprent.....

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Punjab and Haryana HC Provides Shield to Parents against Unruly and Unsupportive Children(03.12.2015)

Punjab and Haryana HC while taking petition by Gurpreet Singh against his father, has given a new meaning to parent-son relationship. The court has s.....

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Delhi High Court: Parents to be Maintained by All of their Children, There can be no division of Duty(25.09.2019)

Delhi High Court has observed that parents are to be maintained by all of their children and there can be "no division of duty" among them in this reg.....

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Delhi HC Stays Order Declaring CM's Promise on Payment of Rent for Poor as 'Legally Enforceable'(28.09.2021)

Delhi High Court has temporarily stayed a single judge order making promises extended by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for payment of rent on behalf .....

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Kerala HC: Power under Section 25 of Rent Act Is Not Appellate Power(04.10.2021)

Kerala High Court has observed that the power exercisable by High Court under Section 25 of Kerala Buildings (Lease and Rent Control) Act (Rent Act) i.....

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Ker. HC: Approach Court of Lowest Forum when Concurrent Revisional Jurisdiction is Available(02.11.2023)

Kerala High Court has held that it is just and appropriate for a party to invoke jurisdiction of the Court of Sessions first, where the revision is po.....

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Bombay High Court: 'Adoptive' Parents can Continue to Visit Separated Kids(28.11.2019)

Bombay High Court has continued an earlier relief to six sets of 'adoptive' parents to have daily visitation rights. They can meet the children they h.....

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Del. HC: Right to Parenthood and Procreation is Fundamental Right of a Convict(26.12.2023)

Delhi High Court while observing that right to parenthood is fundamental right of a convict, has held that where age and biological clock of convict a.....

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DGFT Notifies Extension of Date for Mandatory Electronic Filing of Non-Preferential CoO(16.11.2021)

Director-General of Foreign Trade (DGFT) has notified the extension of the Date for Mandatory electronic filing of Non-Preferential Certificate of Ori.....

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Supreme Court: Children Born out of Void Marriages Entitled to Share in Parent’s Property(22.01.2024)

Supreme Court has held that children born out of void and voidable marriages have to be considered legitimate children and shall be entitled to a vali.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Void Marriages, Parent’s Property



CESTAT, Mumbai Directs Redetermination of Quantum of Service Tax on Rent of Marriage Hall, Etc(06.01.2022)

Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT), Mumbai has directed the redetermination of quantum of service tax leviable on rents of ma.....

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Delhi HC: Prospective Adoptive Parents Can't Demand Their Choice on Which Child to Adopt(20.02.2024)

Delhi High Court has held that Right to Adopt does not come within the ambit of Article 21 of the Constitution of India hence prospective adoptive par.....

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U.S. Supreme Court Limits Police Rental-Car Searches(15.05.2018)

U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that rental-car drivers may have the right to prevent police from searching the vehicle, even if they aren’t authorized t.....

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CESTAT, Mumbai: Cenvat Credit Permissible on Renting Premises Outside Manufacturing Factory Unit(19.02.2020)

Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal (CESTAT), Mumbai has held that Cenvat Credit is permissible on renting of premises outside the manuf.....

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CESTAT, Mumbai: No Service Tax on Rent Received from Bullock Carts with Tyres & Without Driver(28.02.2020)

Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal ( CESTAT ), Mumbai has held that tyre Bullock Carts without bullocks and driver, provided by the App.....

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Uttarakhand HC: Inherent Jurisdiction Must Not be Exercised Arbitrarily(09.02.2022)

Uttarakhand High Court has reiterated that inherent jurisdiction under Section 482 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 must not be exercised arbitrari.....

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Delhi HC: Educational Certificates & Degrees of Students Should Contain Names of Both Parents(11.03.2024)

Delhi High Court has held that it is retrogressive if educational certificates, degrees and other such documents reflect the name only of the father o.....

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Kerala HC: Presents Gifted By Parents For Daughter's Welfare Not Dowry(14.12.2021)

Kerala High Court has ruled that presents given to the bride at the time of her marriage for her welfare will not count as dowry under the ambit of Do.....

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Delhi Court Declares Couple Legal and Biological Parents of Surrogate Child(31.12.2021)

Delhi Court has declared a couple as legal and biological parents of a child born out of a surrogacy arrangement, observing that there is no law in th.....

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Bombay High Court: School Boards Can’t Refuse to Change Names of Students, Parents(03.05.2018)

Bombay High Court has ruled that the law does not prohibit an individual from changing her name, and therefore school boards cannot bar her from doing.....

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Supreme Court Says Torrent Chennai City Gas License Valid(19.02.2020)

Supreme Court has upheld the award of city gas license for Chennai Torrent Gas rejecting the plea of Adani Gas that its “unreasonably high bid” should.....

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Supreme Court: Parental Responsibility Does Not End with Breakdown of Marriage(19.02.2020)

Supreme Court has observed that the parental responsibility of the couple does not end even if there is a breakdown of a marriage. The Court further o.....

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Karnataka High Court: Rights of Adopted Child of Indian Parents Cannot be Left Marooned(29.03.2024)

Kar. HC while directing Central Adoption Resource Authority to consider representation of an Indian couple that has adopted a child in Uganda, has hel.....

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NCLAT: Creditors Belonging to Different Classes Can be Given Different Treatment(03.03.2020)

National Company Law Appellate Tribunal has reconfirmed the principle that the touchstone for judging the benevolence of a resolution plan does not de.....

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ITAT, Mumbai: Rent from Children Cannot be Treated as Tool for Evasion(11.03.2020)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT), Mumbai has held that the rent received from son and daughter of the Assessee could not be treated as a tax evasi.....

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SC Dismisses Plea Challenging Stay on Direction to Enforce Delhi CM's Speech Promising Rent Relief(28.02.2022)

Supreme Court has dismissed the challenge to the September, 2021 order of the Delhi High Court division bench temporarily staying the Single Judge ord.....

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ITAT, Delhi: House Rent Allowance Exemption Allowable on Rent Paid to Spouse(04.03.2022)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT), Delhi has held that Income Tax Act, 1961 does not prohibit claiming house rent allowance (HRA) exemption on the .....

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HP High Court Strikes Down Provision of Rent Act(04.08.2016)

HP High Court has struck down first proviso of clause (c) of sub-section (3) of Section 14 of the of HP Urban Rent Control Amended Act, observing it a.....

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Madras HC Orders Probe in Case of Kidnapped Deaf-Mute Man(05.08.2016)

Madras HC, while observing twists and turns in abduction case of a deaf-mute man, to swindle vast properties left behind by his father and after assum.....

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SC: State & Centre Have Concurrent Power to Fix Sugarcane Prices(23.04.2020)

Supreme Court has held that both the Centre and the State have concurrent powers to fix the prices of sugarcane. The Court has further clarified that .....

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Supreme Court Allows Parents Having Visitation Rights to Maintain Contact with Children(01.05.2020)

Supreme Court has directed that parents with visitation rights may resort to electronic means keeping in view the inability of parents to meet their c.....

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Karnataka HC: Only Indian Citizens Can Start Proceedings Under Senior Citizens Act(31.03.2022)

Karnataka High Court has observed that only Indian Citizens can initiate proceedings under the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizen A.....

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Delhi HC: Lockdown is No Ground for Rent Waiver(25.05.2020)

Delhi High Court has stated that the COVID-19 lockdown cannot be a ground for tenants to seek rent waiver by invoking the ‘force majeure’ clause.

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Del. HC: Litigation Related to Tenancy Unfortunately Takes More Than a Decade to Fructify(30.04.2024)

Del. HC while setting aside order of rent controller regarding eviction petitions, has observed that it is unfortunate that tenancy litigation takes m.....

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Supreme Court: Concept of 'Parental Alienation Syndrome' Discussed in Child Custody Dispute(09.05.2024)

SC has stated that Courts ought not to prematurely and without identification of individual instances of 'alienating behaviour', label any parent as a.....

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MP HC Directs Indore School Associations to Not Charge Penal Rent from Any Teacher/Employee(05.10.2020)

Madhya Pradesh High Court has directed Private School Association, Indore, Association of Unaided Schools, Indore and the Daly College (Indore) not to.....

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SC: Tenant Can’t Be Evicted for Defaulting Rent Without Determination Of ‘Provisional Rent’ By Court(24.08.2018)

While hearing a petition seeking eviction of tenant on the ground of defaulting rent, SC has held that the provisional determination of the rent by th.....

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Calcutta HC Orders Daughter to Pay Maintenance to Parents, Provide Accommodation(11.03.2022)

Calcutta High Court has directed a daughter to allow her aged parents to reside with her in a residential flat which had been gifted to her by her par.....

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SC: Government of Himachal Pradesh Directed to Review its Policies on Child Care Leaves(23.04.2024)

Supreme Court while expressing concern over the lack of policies on Child Care Leaves especially for women who have differently abled children, has di.....

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