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CBDT should clarify on taxability of prizes to Olympic Players

CBDT should issue suitable instructions to remove any controversy that may arise about taxability of prizes in cash or kind by the Government & private bodies/enterprises to the Olympic contingent The Indian Contingent at Tokyo Olympics won laurels & created History for our country and held our flag high. The Central/State Governm...

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Award ‘Just’ & ‘Fair’ Compensation in case of accident/death under Motor Vehicles Act- New Rules override earlier judgements

New India Assurance Co. Ltd. Vs Urmila Shukla (Supreme Court of India)

New India Assurance Co. Ltd. Vs Urmila Shukla (Supreme Court of India) It is common knowledge that the insured seeks for maximum claim in case of accident/ casualty whereas the Insurance Companies try to whittle out from sanction of just, reasonable and legal claim. The legal battle is very frequent between the insurance company and [&hel...

SC holds that pure question of Law can be raised for the first time in SLP

Shri Saurav Jain & Anr Vs A. B. P. Design & Anr (Supreme Court of India)

Shri Saurav Jain & Anr Vs A. B. P. Design & Anr (Supreme Court of India) Whenever a new question of law is raised before the Apex Court, it is fiercely contested that there is a bar for raising a new question of law for the first time as the High Court has not dealt […]...

HC deprecates practice of lawyers to abstain from work in Courts

Prafull Kumar Vs State of U.P (Allahabad High Court)

Prafull Kumar Vs State of U.P (Allahabad High Court) It is common knowledge that there is mounting pendency in the Courts. The Judiciary blames the Bar for their disinclination to wrap up the cases by seeking regular adjournments and filing frivolous applications to stall the process of law. The Judiciary is also concerned with the [&hell...

Apex Court explains Seniority cum Merit Principle for Promotion

Tek Chand & Others vs Bhakra Beas Management Board (B.B.M.S.) and others (Supreme Court)

Tek Chand & Others vs Bhakra Beas Management Board (B.B.M.S.) and others (Supreme Court) It is common knowledge that a number of litigations arise in matters of promotion in government/semi-government services. The Central Government, the various State Government and their various independent functionalities have their own regulations...

Rampant Corruption- SC takes a strict view & orders Termination of a Judicial Officer

Rajinder Goel Vs High Court of Punjab And Haryana and Anr. (Supreme Court of India)

Rajinder Goel Vs High Court Of Punjab And Haryana & Anr. (Supreme Court of India) It cannot be denied that there is rampant corruption in all the three pillars of our Constitution. No wonder India is ranked very high in World Corruption Perception Index. However, the number of cases of corruption which are booked under […]...

Courts should avoid making observations against counsels in their judgements

Neeraj Garg  Vs Sarita Rani and ors. (Supreme Court of India)

Neeraj Garg Vs Sarita Rani and ors. (Supreme Court of India) The Courts while deciding  cases pass certain comments/observations against the counsels which are actually not required for the disposal of the case. The Apex Court in a recent judgement in Civil Appeal  Nos. 4555 ­ & 4559 of 2021 decided on August 2, 2021 in […]...

E-assessment Personal hearing & Principles of Natural Justice

Civitech Developers Private Limited Vs National E-Assessment Centre (Delhi High Court)

Civitech Developers Private Limited Vs National E-Assessment Centre (Delhi High Court) Personal hearing, if prayed, should be allowed else E-assessment order vitiates for non compliance of statutory provisions & Principles of Natural Justice The scheme of faceless E- Assessment provides for personal hearing in certain circumstances. I...

Advocate does not have a lien for his fees on litigation files of client

It is common knowledge that litigants often wish to change their advocate for various reasons but sometimes the outgoing advocate does not hand over the litigation files to the client on the pretext of outstanding professional dues on the belief that advocate has a lien on the litigation files for his fees. In this context, […]...

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Third Party Insurance Deemed to be Transferred Along With Effective Control Over Vehicle in a Hire Agreement

Third Party Insurance Deemed to be Transferred Along With Effective Control Over Vehicle in a Hire Agreement It is common knowledge that Insurance companies shirk their liabilities on various  technical/venial grounds but the Courts do not let the Insurance Companies escape from their liabilities. One such matter recently on 14 July 2021...

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