Law Updates

» The Companies (Amendment) Bill, 2018
» Delhi HC quashes proceedings since Pre-Notice Consultation was mandatory for Demands above Rs. 50 Lakhs
» CIVIL APPEAL NO.20978 of 2017, JK JUTE MILL MAZDOOR MORCHA VERSUS JUGGILAL KAMLAPAT JUTE MILLS COMPANY LTD. THROUGH ITS DIRECTOR
» Investigation ordered against co. as director and lead manager of IPO diverted co.'s funds to its associates...
» GAURAV HARGOVINDBHAI DAVE Appellant(s) VERSUS ASSET RECONSTRUCTION COMPANY (INDIA)LTD.& ANR.Respondent(s)...
» SUPREME COURT OF INDIA, Committee of Creditors of Essar Steel India Ltd. v. Satish Kumar Gupta
» Whether Mortgage Offered by Subsidiary Co. to Secure Parent Co’s Debt Will Be Treated As a Preferential Transaction
» Sec. 14(1)(d) of IBC statutorily freezes ‘occupation’ of property handed over under a Joint Development Agreement
» Magistrate Can’t Order Further Investigation At Post Cognizance Stage
» Only Plaintiff’s Pleadings Can Be Looked Into For Order VII Rule 11 CPC Enquiry
» MADRAS HIGH COURT: PENDENCY OF CRIMINAL CASES NO BAR FOR RE-ISSUANCE OF PASSPORT
» SC TO CENTRE: FRAME NEW MEDIA POLICY WITHIN SIX WEEKS
» May 01, 2017
» SC Upholds State’s Power To Attach Properties Of ‘Defaulting’ Financial Establishments.
» Compensation would be recoverable from accused even if imprisonment for default has taken place: SC
» ITC files Rs 1,000 crore defamation suit against IiAS
» The Supreme Court has held that NBFC is entitled to initiate both arbitration...
» Allahabad HC Allows Woman’s Plea To Give Her Child In Adoption To Her New Husband
» SC Issues Guidelines On Quashing Of FIR/Criminal Proceedings On The Ground Of Settlement Between Parties
» Supreme Court rejects bail application of accused on his failure to explain source of demonetized notes
» Two conditions for bailing one out under Prevention of Money Laundering Act struck down by Apex Court
» High Court of Delhi directs ICAI to suspend CA found manipulating public issue of company
» Life imprisonment’ to be awarded when there is a prospect of rehabilitation and reformation, and ‘death penalty’ to be the last resort
» Stay orders in civil or criminal cases end after 6 months: Supreme Court
» Lender can’t seize vehicle of defaulter without notice
» Mere Abduction of Woman does not Establish Offence u/Sec 366 of IPC
» Inciting People On Social Media Might Also Amount To Attempting To Wage War Against The Government: P&H HC...
» Passport Can Be Impounded By Passport Authority Only, Not The Police: Bombay HC Directs CBI To Return Jignesh Shah’s Passport
» Plea of Insanity Has To Be Established By Accused Only On Preponderance Of Probability, Reiterates SC...
» The Negotiable Instruments (Amendment) Act, 2018 comes in to effect from 01-September 2018
» Successive Bail Applications Should Be Placed Before The Same Judge Who Considered The First One: SC Gati Limited vs.T. Nagarajan Piramiajee
» A Plaintiff Can Claim Title To The Property Based On Adverse Possession
» Sec 14 Limitation Act Applicable If Sec 34 Petition Filed At The First Instance Was Within Time
» Supreme Court strikes down deletion...
» Farmer Entering Into Buyback Transaction With Seed Company Is A 'Consumer IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA , M/S NANDAN BIOMATRIX LTD. VERSUS S. AMBIKA DEVI & ORS.
» Limitation Period For Executing A Decree Passed By A Foreign Court Will Be The Limitation Prescribed In The Reciprocating Foreign Country:
» There is no requirement that an application is required to be filed in terms of Section 65(c) of the Evidence Act before the secondary evidence is led
» Bombay High Court has set a precedent after it served a summon...
» The Supreme Court has held that NBFC is entitled to initiate both arbitration proceedings and SARFAESI...