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Accident claim benefit available only when accident took place after reviving of policy

Life Insurance Corporation of India Vs Sunita (Supreme Court of India)

Accident benefit could have been claimed and availed of only if the accident had taken place subsequent to the renewal of the policy. The policy in the instant case was lying in a lapsed condition since 14th October, 2011 and, therefore, was not in force as on 06.03.2012, resultantly, the claim over Accident benefit was not payable to the...

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HC expunges adverse remarks made by Customs Commissioner against an Advocate

M. S. Srinivasa Vs Union of India (Karnataka High Court)

The portion of the observations that are highlighted would reflect on the professional conduct of the petitioner, argues his counsel; learned Panel Counsel appearing for the respondents opposes the writ petition contending that the said observations are case specific and therefore petitioner may not read too much in that; so contending he...

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No power under Employees’ State Insurance Act to waive statutory interest: SC

Transport Corpn. of India Ltd. Vs Employees State Insurance Corpn. (Supreme Court of India)

Transport Corpn. of India Ltd. Vs Employees State Insurance Corpn. (Supreme Court of India) Non-challenge of validity of Regulation 31-A confirms interest demand under the same Facts- The subject matter of the present dispute is demand made by the Employees State Insurance Corporation by way of contribution payable by the appellant for th...

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Credit of story & screenplay, doesn’t acknowledge copyright of film to author

S.J.Suryah (a.k.a. S.Justin Selvaraj) Vs S. S. Chakravarthy (Madras High Court)

S.J.Suryah (a.k.a. S.Justin Selvaraj) Vs S. S. Chakravarthy (Madras High Court) Facts- According to appellant, the credit for the story, screenplay and dialogue pertaining to the film ‘Vaalee’ was given to him. The appellant argued that the Trial Court had erred in granting interim injunction, merely because the Petitioner could not p...

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Sale deed of immovable property Without Payment of Price Is Void: SC

Kewal Krishan Vs Rajesh Kumar And Ors. Etc. (Supreme Court)

Kewal Krishan Vs Rajesh Kumar And Ors. Etc. (Supreme Court) Payment of price is an essential part of a sale, thus sale deed executed without payment of price is void: Supreme Court In Kewal Krishan v. Rajesh Kumar & Ors. Etc. [Civil Appeal Nos. 6989-6992 of 2021 arising out of S.L.P. (C) Nos. 2033-2036 of […]...

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HC dismisses PIL against Organising Ranchi T-20 Match With Full Audience Capacity

Dheeraj Kumar Vs State of Jharkhand (Jharkhand High Court)

Dheeraj Kumar Vs State of Jharkhand (Jharkhand High Court) Since the decision has been taken by the competent authority as under Section 18(3) of the Disaster Management Act, 2005 relaxing the outdoor congregation for conducting the T-20 International Cricket Match as has been submitted by Mr. Amit Kumar Das, learned counsel for the JSCA ...

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CCI imposes penalty on paper manufacturers for indulging in cartelisation

In Re: Anti-competitive conduct in the paper manufacturing industry (Competition Commission of India)

In Re: Anti-competitive conduct in the paper manufacturing industry (Competition Commission of India) CCI imposes a penalty on paper manufacturers for indulging in cartelisation The Competition Commission of India (CCI) issued a final order yesterday against certain companies manufacturing paper from agricultural waste and recycled wast...

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Section 50(2)/(3) Summons under PMLA, 2002 cannot be quashed in Writ proceedings

Sachin Narayan Vs Income-Tax Department (Karnataka High Court)

Summons issued under section 50(2) of the Act has nothing to do with the regulations as defined under the Regulatory Rules. The rules are referable only to proceedings for adjudication and not to pre-adjudication proceedings. In fact, section 50(2) does not refer to an accused at all....

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Public distribution system benefit cannot be denied for non or wrong linking of Aadhaar

Ganpat Dharma Mengal &

The petitioner is deprived from getting foodgrains from the public distribution system simply because Aadhar card is not linked with the system. As per Government circular dated 13th October 2016, for receiving benefits of public distribution system, it is pre-requisite that Aadhaar card of each member of the family, who is entitled in th...

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Non issuance of Form ‘F’ on Inter-State Stock Transfers due to default in paying Central Sales Tax

HDFC Bank Limited Vs Commissioner DVAT of Trade And Taxes &

HDFC Bank Limited Vs Commissioner DVAT of Trade And Taxes & Anr (Delhi High Court) Conclusion: Form ‘F’ was not issued in respect of inter-state stock transfers by assessee-bank due to default in paying Central Sales Tax and the order of Supreme Court restraining the respondents from taking any kind of coercive action against ...

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