The Delhi High Court on Tuesday has issued notice to the Delhi Government on a plea seeking direction for proper treatment of COVID/non-COVID patients in hospitals. A division bench of Justice Hima Kohli and Justice Subramonium Prasad has sought the reply from Delhi Government with regard to the publication of correct number of tests that … Continue reading Delhi HC Issues Notice On Plea For Proper Treatment Of COVID/Non-COVID Patients In Hospitals
Supreme Court on Tuesday said that migrants who were earlier forced to return to their native places after the cessation of employment, by police and authorities, will be treated in a good manner with all respect. Due to the recent instances, a bench headed by Justice Ashok Bhushan said that the concerned Director-General of police … Continue reading SC SAYS THAT MIGRANTS ARE NEED TO BE DEALT HUMANLY
To turn down a party who has been given bail and refuse to release him on this specious plea is completely unacceptable."Delhi High Court to Delhi District Court A plea was filed before the high court challenging the decision of the District Court on not allowing bail due the reason of not providing an authenticated … Continue reading “To turn down a party who has been given bail and refuse to release him on this specious plea is completely unacceptable.”
keeping in mind the Current COVID-19 situation the Bar Council of India (BCI) has come to a decision that Final year students of 3 years and 5-year law courses may be allowed to appear in online Examinations.And those who cannot appear for online examinations due to any reasons, the universities are free to choose any … Continue reading BCI Resolves to allow only final year students to appear for online examinations others be promoted on the basis of previous years marks
CIVIL APPEAL NOs. 2528-29 OF 2020Addissery Raghavan (Appellant) vs Cheruvalath Krishnadasan (Respondent) Justice R F Nariman, Navin Sinha and BR Gavi said that "Interfering with the finding of fact, again, without any perversity or misappreciation of evidence by Appellate Authority would clearly be outside the High Court's authority in revisional jurisdiction. A reference was made … Continue reading Supreme Court: High Court in it’s revisional jurisdiction can not interfere with the finding of facts, unless there is perversity or misappreciation of evidence by it.
An application seeking service of demand notice in "dishonour of cheque" cases through Email and Whatsapp u/s 138 of the NI Act, 1881 seek the response of AG KK Venuogopal. A bench led by CJI sought the AG's response on the viability of alternative means of service, and ways to ensure that the said service … Continue reading Viablity of service demand notice u/s 138 of NI Act – Court seek the advice of Attorney General