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Using police database for obtaining information in circumstances where use is expressly forbidden is a crime

Van Buren Vs United States (Supreme Court of The United States)

Van Buren Vs United States (Supreme Court of United States) Facts- The main issue involved is unauthorized access of computer under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, 86 by a police sergeant. As alleged, the police sergeant used his patrol-car computer to access a law enforcement database to retrieve information about a particular license ...

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Wooden boards – Classification under Heading 4407 and 4409

Vogel Import Export NV Vs Belgische Staat (Tenth Chamber Court- European Union)

Vogel Import Export NV Vs Belgische Staat (Tenth Chamber Court- European Union) In a case involving interpretation of Tariff Headings  4407 and 4409 of the European Union’s Combined Nomenclature, the Court of the Justice of the European Union has held that planed wooden boards, the four corners of which have been rounded over the e...

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Taking of services of operating cranes not amounts to transfer of right to use

Sanghavi Movers Ltd. Vs. State of Maharashtra (MSTT)

Sanghavi Movers Ltd. Vs. State of Maharashtra (Maharashtra Sales Tax Tribunal, Pune) Maharashtra Sales Tax Tribunal held that taking services of operating cranes from appellant to carry out work does not amount to ‘transfer of right to use’ the cranes. it held as follows:- i. VAT and CST levied by treating the transactions as ...

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EU General Court annuls decision of European Commission & rules in favour of Apple by holding no Irish State Aid

Ireland And Others V European Commission (General Court of the European Union, Luxembourg)

Ireland And Others V European Commission (General Court of the European Union, Luxembourg) EU General Court annuls decision of European Commission and rules in favour of Apple by holding no Irish State Aid The General Court, Luxembourg (GC), the second highest judicial body in EU finally rendered its long-awaited judgment in the cases of ...

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Doctrine of Partial Merger again upheld by Hon’ble Haryana Tax Tribunal

M/s Gawar Construction Ltd Vs State of Haryana

Hon’ble Haryana Tax Tribunal has held that cost of consumables such as fuels used in hot mix plant for the purpose of execution of works contract, is liable to be deducted from the taxable turnover. The said view emerged based on the Supreme Court Judgment in the case of Gannon Dunkerely and Rule 25(2) read with Rule 25(3) of the Haryan...

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CAT directs govt to consider application rejected for delay in receipt of APARs for ITAT Member post

Ashok Kumar Saroha Vs Union of India (Central Administrative Tribunal Principal Bench)

In these two OAs, the grievance of the applicants is that their applications for selection to the post of Member, Income Tax, Appellate Tribunal are not being treated as valid on account of the fact that their APARs were not received before the stipulated date i.e. 20.08.2018....

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Jadhav case: ICJ Rules in favour of India (Read Order & Press Release)

Mr. Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadha case (India v. Pakistan) (International Court of Justice)

Jadhav case (India v. Pakistan)- The Court finds that the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, in the matter of the detention and trial of an Indian national, Mr. Kulbhushan Sudhir Jadhav, has acted in breach of the obligations incumbent on it under Article 36 of the vienna Convention on Consular Relations...

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ICSI dismisses Misconduct allegations against Ex-President CS Makarand Lele 

Shri Vikas Yashwant Khare Vs Shri Makarand M Lele (Board of Discipline, ICSI)

Shri Vikas Yashwant Khare Vs Shri Makarand M Lele (Board of Discipline, ICSI) The Board of Discipline of the Institute of Company Secretaries of India ( ICSI ) has dismissed a complaint filed against the former President CS Makarand Lele alleging several misconduct charges. A complaint was lodged against CS Makarand Lele alleging that by ...

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Misconduct Allegations against CS not sustainable in absence of Evidence

Shri Nizar Mawani Vs Shri Ajay Moreshwar Antarkar (ICSI)

Shri Nizar Mawani Vs Shri Ajay Moreshwar Antarkar (ICSI Disciplinary Committee ) The Disciplinary Committee and after considering all the material on record and after considering all the facts and circumstance of the matter observed that the instant case has arisen out of an affidavit purportedly filed before CLB, Mumbai, by the Responden...

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CS found guilty of filing Compliance Certificate without Due Diligence

Shri Rajev M. Bhingarde Vs Shri Hemant S. Shetye

Shri Rajev M. Bhingarde Vs Shri Hemant S. Shetye (Disciplinary Committee, ICSI) Disciplinary Committee after considered all the material on record, the nature of issues involved and in the totality of the circumstances of the case and the Respondent pleaded guilty only to the charge of not exercising due diligence in respect of notices fo...

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