Tag: Maharastra

Bombay High Court Letters Patent 1866

It shall be lawful for Her Majesty, by Letters Patent under the Great Seal of the United Kingdom, to erect and establish a High Court of Judicature at Fort William in Bengal for the Bengal Division of the Presidency of Fort William aforesaid, and by like Letters Patent to erect and establish like High Courts at Madras and Bombay for those Presidencies respectively, such High Courts to be established in the said several presidencies at such time or respective times as to Her Majesty may seem and the High Court to be established under any such Letters Patent in any of the said Presidencies shall be deemed to be established from and after the publication of such Letters Paten

Bombay Judicial Proceedings (Regulation of Reports) Act 1955

nothing in this section shall apply to the printing of any pleading, transcript of evidence or other document for use in connection with any judicial proceedings or the communication thereof to persons concerned in the proceedings or to the printing or publishing of any notice or report in pursuance of the directions of the Court or to the printing or publishing of any matter in a separate volume or part of any bona fide series of law reports

Building Regulations-under Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act, 1888

Every person who shall intend to erect a building shall give to the Commissioner notice of his said intention in a form, obtained for this purpose under section 344, specifying the position of the building intended to be erected, the description of building, the purpose for which it is intended, * * * its dimensions and the name of the person whom he intends to employ to supervise its erection.

Bombay HC stayed Demolition of Kangana’s Office by BMC

HC asks BMC to stop demolition of Kangana Ranawat’s bungalow. … Municipal Corporation – Today morning through her advocate, actor Kangana Ranaut has approached the Bombay High Court seeking a stay on the illegal demolition of her residential house -cum- office. After hearing the urgent Writ Petition via video linking the High Court restrained the BMC and ordered to file a reply