2018 B.A., LL.B.(Honours) Degree Course YEAR SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME YEAR SEMESTER SUBJECT NAME I year I sem Legal Methods Law of Torts English – I Sociology – I Political Science – I […]
LL.M. COURSE Duration The Master of Laws (L.L.M) is a full time 2 years course. Classes The classes are held during normal working hours. LL.M- I Paper-I: Advance Jurisprudence Paper II: Judicial […]
KEYWORDS:-EVIDENCE BY AFFIDAVIT AIR 2004 SC 355 : (2003) 5 Suppl. SCR 634 : (2004) 1 SCC 702 : JT 2003 (9) SC 109 : (2003) 9 SCALE 713 (SUPREME COURT OF […]
The following observations made by this Court in Arjun Singh, (1964) 5 SCR 946 with reference to Order IX Rule 7, Order IX Rule 13 and Order XX Rule 1 are quite […]
KEYWORDS:- Cow Slaughter JT 2011 (13) SC 333 : (2011) 13 SCALE 165 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) State of Haryana Appellant Versus Rajmal and Another Respondent (Before : Asok Kumar Ganguly and […]
(2011) 13 SCALE 522 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) Punjab State Warehousing Corporation Faridkot Appellant Versus Sh. Durga Ji Traders and Others Respondent (Before : D.K. Jain and Anil R. Dave, JJ.) Criminal […]
If the Rent Controller is held not to be a “Court”, whether any private complaint would be maintainable in respect of statements falsely made before it?
(2011) 13 SCALE 137 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) Iqbal Singh Narang and Others Appellant Versus Veeran Narang Respondent (Before : Altamas Kabir and Surinder Singh Nijjar, JJ.) Criminal Appeal No. 2225 of […]
AIR 2002 SC 107 : (2001) 9 SCC 631 : JT 2001 (9) SC 438 : (2001) 8 SCALE 88 : (2002) CriLJ SC 225 (SUPREME COURT OF INDIA) Munna Devi Appellant […]
An appeal against a judgment was disposed of by a Division Bench which included Justice Ajit Kumar Sengupta. Question arises whether Justice Ajit Kumar Sengupta could sit in Division Bench to decied the appeal against that judgment?
Whether “judicial obstinacy” can be treated as a form of “bias” is the question which we intend to answer in these appeals.
A person practising law has to practise in the spirit of honesty and not in the spirit of mischief-making or money-getting.
The legal profession is a noble profession. It is not a business or a trade. A person practising law has to practise in the spirit of honesty and not in the spirit […]