Kar. HC: NOC from Landlord for Renewing Trade License of Leased Property Can’t be Insisted by BBMP  ||  Karnataka HC: Can’t Direct Husband With 75% Disability to Pay Maintenance to Wife  ||  SC: To Use Accused’s State. on Fact Discovery, Prose. Needs to Establish That No One Knew About it  ||  Bom HC: Pre-Condition of Complaint Can’t be Insisted by Hospitals to Provide Care to Pregnant Minor  ||  Delhi High Court Directs Delhi Govt. to Pay Rs. 738 Cr to MCD for Payment of Outstanding Dues  ||  Supreme Court: Jurisdiction of HC Under Article 226 Explained When Alternate Remedies Available  ||  Del HC: Abetm. of Suicide’s Trial Can’t Solely be Based on Mention of Person's Name in Suicide Note  ||  CESTAT: No Service Tax to be Levied on Flats Construc. Prior To 01.07.2010 Having Less Than 12 Flats  ||  Bombay High Court: Can’t Use Senior Citizenship Act as Machinery to Settle Property Disputes  ||  Delhi High Court: Not Compulsory to Use the Word ‘Seat’ in an Arbitration Clause    

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Rajasthan HC: Prosecution Not Required to Seek Corroboration Where Ocular Testimony is Convincing(21.04.2022)

Rajasthan High Court has held that it is a well settled principle of criminal jurisprudence that in a case of murder, where ocular testimony is credib.....

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Gauhati HC: Concept of Post Investigation FIR is Alien to Principles of Criminal Jurisprudence(19.06.2023)

Gauhati High Court while rapping Assam police for creating a post-investigation FIR in a murder case, has observed that such a procedure is totally al.....

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Mad. HC: Aim of Criminal Jurisprudence Must be ‘Reforming Teenagers’ Not Labeling Them as Criminals(20.03.2024)

Madras High Court while dealing with rash and negligent driving among youngsters, has observed that criminal jurisprudence in this area must aim at re.....

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