Generally, no Court has competence to issue a direction contrary to law nor the Court can direct an authority to act in contravention of the statutory provisions. The courts are meant to enforce the rule of law and not to pass the orders or directions which are contrary to what has been injected by law.… Read More No Court has competence to issue a direction contrary to law nor the Court can direct an authority to act in contravention of the statutory provisions.
CHAPTER I Organisation 1. Interpretations. [§ 12, Act V, 1861]. – In these Regulations, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context, – (i) the word “Superintendent” means Superintendent of Police and includes a Special Superintendent, an Additional Superintendent and any officer, not below the rank of Inspector, temporarily discharging the duties of… Read More Police Regulations, Bengal – 1943
The position has also been made clear by the latest Supreme Court decision on this point in the case of the The Commissioner of Sales Tax, U.P. Vs. Madan Lal Das and Sons, Bareilly, . This decision interpreted Section 12(2) of the Limitation Act 1963 and following its earlier decision in the case of State of Uttar Pradesh Vs. Maharaj Narain and Others, the Supreme Court observed that the expression “time requisite” in Section 12(2) of the Limitation Act cannot be understood as the time absolutely necessary for obtaining the copy of the order.… Read More Calcutta High Court clarified the meaning “time requisite” in Section 12(2) of the Limitation Act for Certified Copy
TABLE OF CONTENTS: Introductory Note Preamble Chapter I: Purposes and Principles (Articles 1-2) Chapter II: Membership (Articles 3-6) Chapter III: Organs (Articles 7-8) Chapter IV: The General Assembly (Articles 9-22) Chapter V: The Security Council (Articles 23-32) Chapter VI: Pacific Settlement of Disputes (Articles 33-38) Chapter VII: Action with Respect to Threats to the Peace,… Read More CHARTER OF THE UNITED NATIONS
TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER I: ORGANIZATION OF THE COURT (Articles 2 – 33) CHAPTER II: COMPETENCE OF THE COURT (Articles 34 – 38) CHAPTER III: PROCEDURE (Articles 39 – 64) CHAPTER IV: ADVISORY OPINIONS (Articles 65 – 68) CHAPTER V: AMENDMENT (Articles 69 & 70) Article 1 The International Court of Justice established by the… Read More STATUTE OF THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL NO.10972 OF 2013 (Arising out of SLP (C) No.15436 of 2009) Suresh Kumar Koushal & Anr vs Naz Foundation & Ors Decided on: 11 December 2013 Bench: G.S. Singhvi, Sudhansu Jyoti Mukhopadhaya JUDGMENT G.S. SINGHVI, J. 1. Leave granted. 2. These appeals are directed against order… Read More Suresh Kumar Koushal & Anr vs Naz Foundation & Ors [ALL SC 2013 DECEMBER]
An Act to provide for the establishment of a Corporation with a view to encouraging saving and investment and participation in the income, profits and gains accruing to the Corporation from the acquisition, holding, management and disposal of securities.… Read More The Unit Trust Of India Act, 1963
The Refugee Convention creates obligations in international law. The Convention is not part of the domestic law of the UK except to the limited extent noted earlier in this judgment. … Read More Whether the refugees should be permitted, to be resettled in the United Kingdom- Supreme Court said No
whether the dissolution of Assembly under Article 356(1) of the Constitution of India can be ordered to prevent the staking of claim by a political party on the ground that the majority has been obtained by illegal means.… Read More Rameshwar Prasad and OTHERS Versus Union of India and ANOTHER [ ALL SC 2006 JANUARY ]
In the writ petition, there is a further challenge to the amendments in Sections 59, 94 and 128 of the RP Act, 1951 by which Open Ballot System is introduced which, according to the petitioner, violates the principle of ‘secrecy’ which, according to the petitioner, is the essence of free and fair elections as also the voter’s freedom of expression which is the basic feature of the Constitution and the subject matter of the fundamental right under Article 19(1)(a) of the Constitution.… Read More Kuldip Nayar Versus Union of India and Ors [ALL SC 2006 AUGUST]
all cases where the Section 34 petition is filed after the commencement of the Amendment Act, and an application for stay having been made under Section 36 therein, will be governed by Section 34 as amended and Section 36 as substituted. But, what is to happen to Section 34 petitions that have been filed before the commencement of the Amendment Act, which were governed by Section 36 of the old Act? Would Section 36, as substituted, apply to such petitions? To answer this question, we have necessarily to decide on what is meant by “enforcement” in Section 36. On the one hand, it has been argued that “enforcement” is nothing but “execution”, and on the other hand, it has been argued that “enforcement” and “execution” are different concepts, “enforcement” being substantive and “execution” being procedural in nature.… Read More Board Of Control For Cricket In vs Kochi Cricket Pvt Ltd And Etc [ALL SC
This Act may be called the Asansol Municipal Corporation Act, 1990.… Read More The Asansol Municipal Corporation Act, 1990.
Adopted on: 11 June 1975 TABLE OF CONTENTS PART ONE BASIC PROVISIONS SECTION I The form of the Government Article 1. The form of government Article 2. Principal obligations of the State SECTION II Relations of the Church and State Article 3. Relations of Church and State PART TWO INDIVIDUAL AND SOCIAL RIGHTS Article 4.… Read More The Constitution of Greece
Supreme Court of India in Kuldip Nayar vs Union Of India & Ors decided on 22 August, 2006 held : The composition of Parliament India’s Parliament is bicameral. The two Houses along with the President constitute Parliament [Article 79]. The Houses differ from each other in many respects. They are constituted on different principles, and,… Read More Indian Parliament and Fedaralism