Smt. Bayanabai Kaware Vs. Rajendra S/o. Baburao Dhote[ SC 2017 NOVEMBER]

KEYWORDS : POSSESSION , TITLE The execution of the sale deed does not need any attesting witness like the gift deed, which requires at least two attesting witnesses at the time of its execution as per Section 123 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882; and Secondly, Section 68 of the Evidence Act, 1872, which… Read More Smt. Bayanabai Kaware Vs. Rajendra S/o. Baburao Dhote[ SC 2017 NOVEMBER]

Nikesh Tarachand Shah Vs. Union of India & ANR.[SC 2017 November]-(Challenging Statute)

KEYWORDS: money-laundering-constitutional validity  we declare Section 45(1) of the Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002, insofar as it imposes two further conditions for release on bail, to be unconstitutional as it violates Articles 14 and 21 of the Constitution of India. All the matters before us in which bail has been denied, because of the presence… Read More Nikesh Tarachand Shah Vs. Union of India & ANR.[SC 2017 November]-(Challenging Statute)

Calcutta Appellate side Rule Chapter -19 Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side

[CHAPTER XIX] Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side These Rules shall have effect notwithstanding anything contrary contained anywhere else in the Appellate Side Rules of the High Court at Calcutta. 2. Definitions.– In this Chapter unless the context otherwise requires, – (i) “Application” would mean the main application to initiate… Read More Calcutta Appellate side Rule Chapter -19 Rules Relating to Computerised Listing of Cause List of Appellate Side

The Appellate Side Rules of The High Court at Calcutta-Chapter-2[Benches]

CHAPTER II Constitution of the Benches and Powers of the Benches and of the Registrar [1. All appeals (other than First Appeals), reference or revisions in respect of the order or decrees of any subordinate Civil Court or of the Rent Controller or Tribunal or any other Authority established by any other law for the time… Read More The Appellate Side Rules of The High Court at Calcutta-Chapter-2[Benches]

The Appellate Side Rules of The High Court at Calcutta-Chapter -1 [Administrative Committee]

CHAPTER I Business not of a Judicial Character The Administrative Committee [1. There shall be an Administrative Committee of the Judges composed of the Chief Justice and at least four other Judges to be nominated from time to time by the Chief Justice.] 2. The Administrative Committee shall be charged with the control and direction of the… Read More The Appellate Side Rules of The High Court at Calcutta-Chapter -1 [Administrative Committee]