Abstract The summons can be viewed as a document filed by a court of law under the stamp and the signature of the presiding judge of that court demanding the presence of a party to the law. Where a legal proceeding is taken against any person, i.e., a criminal case against any person or any … Continue reading Summons-Issue and Service of Summons (Order V)
Abstract The significance of ‘doctrine of Res Subjudice’ is to avoid multiplicity of suit and conflict of decisions before the court of competent jurisdiction. Indian judiciary is already burdened with a number of pending cases and faces a stark lack of resources to deal with them. Therefore, it is necessary to avoid multiplicity of proceedings … Continue reading Deep Analysis of Res Subjudice with Case Laws
The Bar Council of India (BCI) has moved a petition before the Karnataka High Court challenging the 25% domicile reservation introduced at the National Law School of India University (NLSIU), Bangalore (Bar Council of India vs State of Karnataka). The plea filed by BCI, through Advocate Shridhar Prabhu states that without prior consultation, the State … Continue reading Bar Council Of India moves Karnataka High Court challenging 25% domicile reservation at NLSIU Bangalore
Justice Sabina and Justice Chandra Kumar Songara of the Rajasthan High Court upheld the death sentence awarded to murder accussed Mohan Singh a.k.a Mahaveer. The Trial Court convicted him under Section 302, 392 and 201 of the Indian Penal Code and awarded him death sentence. The High Court, while confirming the death sentence, noted that … Continue reading Rajasthan High Court Upholds Death Sentence of Murder Accussed
The Government of India has released rupees Twenty-Five Crore out of Hundred Crore fund for the welfare of the advocates who are in need. A special committee was constituted under the chairmanship of the Advocate General to disburse the amount of Twenty-Five Crore rupees. Eligibility criterion for availing the loan that is – The advocate … Continue reading Assisting loan to Advocates is violative of 6(2) of the Advocates Act, 1961.
After a departmental inquiry found that charges of misconduct made against Professor Jeet Singh Mann were valid, he was demoted to the rank of Associate Professor for a 5-year period by the Vice-Chancellor of National Law University of Delhi (NLU Delhi). Dr Ranbir Singh has signed the order of demotion.The Executive Council of NLU Delhi … Continue reading Associate professor of NLU Delhi demoted for 5 years
A petition has been filed within the Supreme Court, wanting the whole animal kingdom, together with vertebrate and aquatic species, to be declared as “legal entities” having distinct persona and corresponding rights of a living person. this can be for his or her protection. The PIL additionally needs all citizens of india to be declared … Continue reading PIL in SC wants animal kingdom to be declared as ‘legal entities’ for their protection
On Tuesday, a division bench comprising of Justice A.S. Chandurkar and Justice A.B. Borkar of Nagpur bench of Bombay High Court directed State Government to give reply to the emergency parole application filed by Ex-Delhi University professor G.N. Saibaba for attending post-funeral rites of his deceased mother, which is going to happen in Hyderabad. The … Continue reading Emergency Parole application has been filed by G.N. Saibaba to attend Post-Funeral rites of Mother :