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No exemption under CST Act for Interstate Sales: SC

Vellanki Frame Works Vs Commercial Tax Officer (Supreme Court of India)

Vellanki Frame Works Vs Commercial Tax Officer (Supreme Court) Supreme Court held that, we are clearly of the view that the claimed exemption under Section 5(2) of the CST Act has rightly been denied to the appellant and the High Court has been justified in dismissing the writ petitions filed by the appellant. The High […]...

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One sided terms & conditions in agreement for sale of flat amounts to unfair trade practice

IREO Grace Realtech Pvt. Ltd. Vs Abhishek Khanna & Others (Supreme Court of India)

IREO Grace Realtech Pvt. Ltd. Vs Abhishek Khanna & Others (Supreme Court of India) Section 14 of the 1986 Act empowers the Consumer Fora to redress the deficiency of service by issuing directions to the Builder, and compensate the consumer for the loss or injury caused by the opposite party, or discontinue the unfair or […]...

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Supreme Court explains section 80P(4) deduction

The Mavilayi Service Coop Bank Ltd Vs. CIT (Supreme Court)

The Mavilayi Service Coop Bank Ltd Vs. CIT (Supreme Court of India) Limited object of section 80P(4) is to exclude co-operative banks that function at par with other commercial banks i.e. which lend money to members of the public. Thus, if the Banking Regulation Act, 1949 is now to be seen, what is clear from […]...

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Acceptance of contract with variation or a condition is not a concluded contract

Padia Timber Company (P) Ltd. Vs Board of Trustees of Visakhapatnam Port Trust (Supreme Court)

When the acceptor puts in a new condition while accepting the contract already signed by proposer, the contract was not complete until the proposer accepted that condition. Thus, earnest deposit of assessee was liable to be refunded on concluded contract and there could be no question of any breach on the part of assessee or of damages or...

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SC: Challenge Constitutional validity of CGST provisions before HC

Devendra Dwivedi Vs Union Of India (Supreme Court)

Supreme Court of India in Devendra Dwivedi vs Union of India & ors. [Writ Petition(s) (Criminal) No(s). 272/2020, dated January 7, 2021] dismissed writ petition under Article 32 of the Constitution of India, challenging constitutional validity of certain provisions of Central Goods and Services Tax Act, 2017...

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GST TRAN-I- SC dismisses plea on merit & also for delay in Filing

Nodal Officer Delhi State GST Department Vs Aagman Services Private Limited & Ors. (Supreme Court of India)

Nodal Officer Delhi State GST Department Vs Aagman Services Private Limited & Ors. (Supreme Court) 1. There is delay of 238 days in filing the Special Leave Petition which has not been satisfactorily explained. Even otherwise, we have gone through the Special Leave Petition and do not find any merit in the same. 2. The […]...

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SC stays HC order on Drawback Limitation for SCN under Drawback Rules

Union of India Vs Famina Knit Fabs (Supreme Court)

Union of India Vs Famina Knit Fabs (Supreme Court) Drawback Limitation for SCN under Drawback Rules, 1995 and saving of SCNs, for earlier period, issued after Drawback Rules, 2017 The Supreme Court has stayed the operation of the Punjab & Haryana High Court’s 2019 decision wherein the High Court had held that any notice issued [&hel...

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Is Concession in Law made by Counsel Binding on the Client?

Kirti & Anr. Etc. Vs Oriental Insurance Company Ltd (Supreme Court of India)

Kirti & Anr. Etc. Vs Oriental Insurance Company Ltd (Supreme Court of India) A very important issue recently came up before the Apex Court wherein the Court settled the controversy as to whether concession made by any counsel would bind the litigating  party. The Apex Court  in the case of Kirti vs. Oriental Insurance Company [&hell...

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Right of being Represented in a Court is a Fundamental Right

Shaik Mukthar Vs State of Andhra Pradesh (Supreme Court of India)

Right of being Represented in a Court is a Fundamental Right under Article 21 of the Constitution. Article 21 of the Constitution reads as under: ‘No person shall be deprived of his life or personal liberty except according to a procedure established by law’ Broadly speaking there are 3 types of litigations- Civil, Criminal &a...

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Gratuity can be withheld to recover dues from retired employee: SC

Steel Authority of India Ltd. Vs Raghbendra Singh & Ors. (Supreme Court of India)

Steel Authority of India Ltd. Vs Raghbendra Singh & Ors. (Supreme Court) Supreme Court held that gratuity money of an employee can be withheld and forfeited in case of recovery of dues such as overstaying in official accommodation. FULL TEXT OF THE SUPREME COURT JUDGMENT We have heard learned senior counsel for the petitioner and [&he...

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