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  • G.S.R. 195(E).

    NOTIFICATION Published in the Gazette of India Extra No. 170 Part II Section 3 sub section I dated the 7th March, 2019 No. 13/2019–Central Tax ...
  • G.S.R. 194(E)

    NOTIFICATION Published in the Gazette of India Extra No. 170 Part II Section 3 sub section I dated the 7th March, 2019 No. 12/2019-Central Tax G.S.R...
  • G.S.R. 193(E)

    NOTIFICATION MINISTRY OF FINANCE (Department of Revenue) (CENTRAL BOARD OF INDIRECT TAXES AND CUSTOMS) Published in the Gazette of India Extra No. 17...
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Latest Judgement

  • Easements Act 1882, S. 15 Expln. III – The requirement is actual cessation of enjoyment which stands for absolute prohibition in the enjoyment – A partial prohibition or reduction of extent of enjoyment may not be sufficient.
  • Medical Council Act 1956, Ss. 15 & 25 – A conjoint reading of Sections 15 and 25 would make it clear that a provisional registration in the State Medical Register would enable the person who has registered provisionally, to be engaged in employment in a resident medical capacity and for no other purpose.
  • Civil P.C. 1908, O.XXXIII & O.XLIV – The burden of establishing indigency is on the person who claims indigent status, who must demonstrate not that he is entirely destitute and without funds, but that payment for counsel would place an undue hardship on his liability to provide the basic necessities of life for him or his family.
  • Criminal P.C. 1973, Ss.438 & 482 – If the order granting bail is a perverse one or passed on irrelevant materials, it can be annulled by the superior court.
  • Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996, S. 8 – Filing of a complaint before the Police Station and registration of a Crime would not stand in the way of appointing an Arbitrator under Section 11 of the Act.
  • Right to Information Act 2005, S. 20 – Circumstances in which penalty can be imposed – Explained.
  • Societies Registration Act 1860, S. 6 – A society registered under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 can sue or be sued in the name of the President, Chairman, Secretary or Trustee, who holds the aforesaid posts.
  • Stamp Act 1959 (Kerala) Art. 48(a) – What is relevant is the relationship of the executor/executors with the beneficiary of the release deed and if such relationship is one of the enumerated types specifically shown in Article 48, then alone, the benefit of a lower stamp duty under Article 48(a) would be obtained and in no other case.
  • Constitution of India, Art.226 – Sustainable Development – Importance pointed out.
  • Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act 2013, Ss. 64( 2)(b) & 37( 2) – A literal interpretation of the wordings in the first limb of clause (b) of Section 64(2) is highly unwarranted and unreasonable and the wordings “Section 21(2)” notice appearing in the first limb of Section 64(2) should only be understood as “Section 37(2)” notice.
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