Tejaswita
Tejaswita 23 Oct 2016
ARBITRATION AND TRUST DEEDS
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ARBITRATION AND TRUST DEEDS The Hon’ble Supreme Court in the case of Booz Allen & Hamilton Inc. v. SBI Home Finance Ltd., (2011) 5 SCC 532 had an occasion to deliberate upon the meaning of the term “arbitrability”. The court in the case was of the view that the term has different meanings in different contexts. The court…
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 Abhey
Abhey Narula 21 Oct 2016
Asking husband to separate from parents, amounts to cruelty and ground for divorce
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In one of today’s regressive verdicts, the Supreme Court while deciding a divorce case held that forcing a Hindu son to separate from his parents by his wife would amount to cruelty and could form a ground of divorce. The verdict was passed by a bench comprising of Justices Anil R Dave and L Nageshwara Rao. The top court had allowed an appeal…
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Tejaswita
Tejaswita 17 Oct 2016
CHARACTER ASSASSINATION OF THE SPOUSE IS MENTAL CRUELTY, DIVORCE CAN BE GRANTED
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CHARACTER ASSASINATION OF THE SPOUSE IS MENTAL CRUELTY, DIVORCE CAN BE GRANTED It is very common for to see the spouses insulting each other during matrimonial proceedings for divorce. Various accusations and allegations all ranging from questionable character to weird living habits to drinking to adultery and false affairs and adulterous conduct are…
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Tejaswita
Tejaswita 15 Oct 2016
Understanding Counter-Claims
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Understanding Counter-Claims Consider a situation where a suit is filed by the plaintiff against a defendant and this defendant is called upon to reply to the case by way of filing a written statement. Here, what if the defendant has his own claim against the plaintiff and files his own suit against him? He can do so by filing a counter-claim. The…
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Himanshu
Himanshu Kumar 15 Oct 2016
Revised Income Computation and Disclosure Standards
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Section 145 of the Income tax Act, 1961 (“the Act”), as amended by the Finance Act, 1995, empowered the Central Government to notify the Accounting Standards to be followed for computing income under the head “Profits and Gains of Business or Profession” and “Income from Other Sources”. In pursuance thereof, in 1996,…
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Tejaswita
Tejaswita 12 Oct 2016
Decree for restitution of conjugal rights is a stepping stone and passage towards divorce
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Decree for restitution of conjugal rights is a stepping stone and passage towards divorce- on passing of a decree for restitution of conjugal rights law can be said to enforce cohabitation but not enforce sexual intercourse between spouses A division bench of the Delhi High Court recently in MAT.APP.(F.C.) 64/2015, vide its judgment dated 7th October…
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Tejaswita
Tejaswita 12 Oct 2016
Degree not collected cannot be equated with Degree not issued- the university can deny admission if requisite documents are not produced
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Degree not collected cannot be equated with Degree not issued- the university can deny admission if requisite documents are not produced Many times it happens that one does not collect his degree from his institution on time. Generally, one may not bother much about this aspect as one proceeds with one’s career. However, can the issue of not…
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Tejaswita
Tejaswita 11 Oct 2016
Maintainability of complaints under Section 12 (1) (C) of the Consumer Protection Act
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There were numerous instances where a few consumers would come to the Hon’ble National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (“Commission”) and seek relief in cases related to builder – buyer disputes by filing joint complaints. The complainants rely on Section 12(1) (c) of the Consumer Protection Act (“Act”) in…
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 Abhey
Abhey Narula 4 Oct 2016
Finally signed by President Pranab Mukherjee GST Bill now becomes a Law
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Now that President Pranab Mukherjee has signed Goods and Services Tax bill which was initially cleared by parliament and 15 other state governments it is now a law to be followed. The GST bill had been approved by Rajya Sabha to restore propels of different state as well as local tax charges with a single unified value added tax process to twirl the…
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Aniruddha
Aniruddha Choudhury 1 Oct 2016
The Biscuit Battle: Biscuit wars reach the court room
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If you are thinking of going to your nearby general store to buy Britannia’s digestive biscuit- NutriChoice Zero anytime soon, you may want to stock up as stores might be running out of them soon.   On 6 September, the Delhi high court passed an interim order restraining Britannia from manufacturing its digestive biscuits and directed them…
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