17. Section 17 of the SARFAESI Act reads as under: “17. Right to appeal.–(1) Any person (including borrower) aggrieved by any of the measures referred to in sub-section (4) of Section 13 […]
ACT PASSED BY INDIAN PARLIAMENT (40 of 1980) [11th July, 1980] An Act to provide for the acquisition and transfer of the undertakings of certain banking companies, having regard to their size, […]
The elementary Rule under Section 101 of the Evidence Act, is inflexible. Ordinarily, the burden to prove the fact rests on the party who substantially asserts affirmative of the issue and not […]
On filing of charge sheet the accused under anticipatory bail shall surrender before the Trial Court and take regular bail: Patna HC
If the previous anticipatory bail order was for a limited period till submission of the charge-sheet and the accused after grant of anticipatory bail has surrendered before the Court for furnishing bail […]
‘Love Jihad’ is not love but prominently religious and under the pretext of love, there are deceitful conversion: Kerala High Court
Inter-religious marriages, arising out of love affairs or otherwise, are to be recognized and promoted. To solemnize such marriages, there need not necessarily be any conversion of one party to the marriage from one religion to another. If a boy or girl believes that a marital union is not possible without the other party to love converting to his or her religion, it is his or her faith.
Under the law of torts, the Civil Court can award damages if civil wrong of malicious prosecution is proved.
In order to award damages the plaintiff is required to prove that the person who instituted the suit was prosecuted by the defendants in the Criminal Court. But, there is no law […]
In the case of State of M.P. v. Bala alias Balaram reported in , (2005) 8 SCC 1, the Hon’ble Supreme Court has observed and held that, “rape is a heinous crime, […]
Suit for cancellation of document and prohibitory injunction covered under Section 7 (IV-A) of Court Fees Act.
Whether a will would be treated as an instrument securing money or other property having such value.” It was further observed in paragraph 19 that “a document or an instrument which creates […]
There is the well known incident in the case of Jameela, wife of Sabit Bin Kais, who hated her husband although the husband was extremely fond of her. It is said that […]
Classical Hanafi law, especially as it is practiced in India, seems to take the opinion that triple talaq is sinful yet effective as an irrevocable divorce. See, e.g., Mulla p. 261-62; The […]