Karnataka High Court: Section 15A(5) of SC/ST act wide enough to include victim’s mother as a party to the case.

In Marenna @ Marappa v. State, the single judge bench of the Karnataka High Court had allowed the mother of the victim to be included in the hearing of the accused's bail application. The victim, a 14 year-old boy was confronted by the accused in a filthy language and was abused verbally and physically, The … Continue reading Karnataka High Court: Section 15A(5) of SC/ST act wide enough to include victim’s mother as a party to the case.

Supreme Court: Any dispute under section 8 of IBC must truly be in facts and not suspicious or hypothetical.

The Appeal was made under section 62 of IBC against NCLAT order, upholding an order by NCLT which admitted petition under Section 9 IBC. Justices UU Lalit and Vineet Saran reiterated the law laid down in Mobilox Innovations Private Ltd. v. Kirusa Software Private Ltd., (2018) 1 SCC 353. It may be noted that Section … Continue reading Supreme Court: Any dispute under section 8 of IBC must truly be in facts and not suspicious or hypothetical.