Delhi University LLB Syllabus

Subjects and Courses of Study for LL.B. LL.B. I Term: (New Course) Compulsory Subjects LB 101: Jurisprudence-I (Legal method, Indian Legal System, and Basic Theory of Law). LB 102: Principles of Contract (General Principles). LB 103: Law of Torts (Nature, General Principles, General Defenses, specific Torts, Motor Vehicle Accidents and Consumer Protection Laws). LB 104:… Read More Delhi University LLB Syllabus

What is Anti-Suit Injunction and when shall it not to be granted?

Anti-Suit Injunctions are meant to restrain a party to a suit/proceeding from instituting or prosecuting a case in another court, including a foreign court. Simply put, an anti-suit injunction is a judicial order restraining one party from prosecuting a case in another court outside its jurisdiction. The principles governing grant of injunction are common to that of granting anti-suit injunction. The cases of injunction are basically governed by the doctrine of equity.… Read More What is Anti-Suit Injunction and when shall it not to be granted?

Whether the family Court of Delhi has any jurisdiction when the parties and the minor Daughter are American?

The custody of the minor girl child M would remain with the appellant until she attains the age of majority or the Court of competent jurisdiction, trying the issue of custody of the minor child, orders to the contrary, with visitation and access rights to the biological father whenever he would visit India… Read More Whether the family Court of Delhi has any jurisdiction when the parties and the minor Daughter are American?

Rohtash Singh Versus Smt. Ramendri and others[ ALL SC 2000 MARCH]

Now, adultery is the sexual intercourse of two persons, either of whom is married to a third person. This clearly supposes the subsistence of marriage between the husband and wife and if during the subsistence of marriage, the wife lives in adultery, she cannot claim Maintenance Allowance under Section 125 of the Code of Criminal Procedure.… Read More Rohtash Singh Versus Smt. Ramendri and others[ ALL SC 2000 MARCH]

Sarita Sharma Appellant Versus Sushil Sharma Respondent [ALL SC 2000 FEBRUARY]

It will not be proper to be guided entirely by the fact that the appellant Sarita had removed the children from U.S.A. despite the order of the Court of that country. So also, in view of the facts and circumstances of the case, the decree passed by the American Court though a relevant factor, cannot override the consideration of welfare of the minor children.… Read More Sarita Sharma Appellant Versus Sushil Sharma Respondent [ALL SC 2000 FEBRUARY]

Smt. Surinder Kaur Sandhu Versus Harbax Singh Sandhu and another [All SC 1984 APRIL]

The modern theory of conflict of Laws recognises and, in any event, prefers the jurisdiction of the State which has the most intimate contact with the issues arising in the case. The spouses in this case had made England their home where this boy was born to them. The father cannot deprive the English Court of its jurisdiction to decide upon his custody by removing him to India.… Read More Smt. Surinder Kaur Sandhu Versus Harbax Singh Sandhu and another [All SC 1984 APRIL]