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Trust can not file complaint under the Consumer Protection Act 1986 – Supreme Court

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Trust can not file complaint under the Consumer Protection Act 1986. Supreme Court express its agreement with the National Commission. ABCAUS Case Law Citation: ABCAUS 1161 (2017) (03) SC Question for determination: whether a complaint can be filed by a Trust under the provisions of the Consumer Protection Act,

Misconduct by CA who surrendered COP-Supreme Court dismisses ICAI appeal. Practicing CA holding COP would be liable for punishment if misconduct is proved

Misconduct by CA who surrendered COP-Supreme Court dismisses ICAI appeal. Practicing CA holding COP would be liable for punishment if misconduct is proved. ABCAUS Case Law Citation: ABCAUS 1147 (2017) (02) SC Brief Facts of the Case: The Hon’ble Madhya Pradesh High Court in 2007 had held that a

Gratuitous passengers-Insurance claim pay and recover principle. Insurance Company first to pay award to victims then recover it from vehicle’s owner-SC

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Gratuitous passengers-Insurance claim pay and recover principle. Insurance  Company first to pay award to victims then recover it from vehicle’s owner-Supreme Court ABCAUS Case Law Citation: ABCAUS 1136 (2017) (02) SC Question for determination: Whether the appellants were entitled for an order against the Insurer of the offending vehicle

Permanent injunction decree against judgment debtors legal representatives is executable. Maxim actio personalis moritur cum persona not applicable-SC

Permanent injunction decree against judgment debtors legal representatives is executable. Maxim actio personalis moritur cum persona not applicable-SC ABCAUS Case Law Citation: ABCAUS 1135 (2017) (02) SC Question involved: The question involved in the matter was executability of decree for permanent injunction against the legal representatives of judgment-debtor Brief

Tenant eviction-Landlord to establish only reasonable requirement which should be a genuine need and not simple desire – Supreme Court

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Tenant eviction-Landlord to establish only reasonable requirement which should be a genuine need and not simple desire – Supreme Court The eviction of the tenant from the rented house/shop (property) has always given rise to controversies. One of the common clause in almost all the Rent Control Acts of

Petition in Supreme Court by lower middle income group who can’t afford expensive litigation with the help of SC Middle Income Group Legal Aid Society

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Petition in Supreme Court by lower middle income group who can’t afford expensive litigation with the help of SC Middle Income Group Legal Aid Society  Ministry of Law & Justic Press Release Dated 16-02-2017 Now It is Easier to File Petition for Poor Now, it is easier for the

Probative worth of Income Tax Proceedings qua lawfulness of the sources of income. SC rejects IT orders/assessment as proof against charge of corruptions

Probative worth of Income Tax Proceedings qua lawfulness of the  sources of income. SC rejects IT orders/assessment as proof against charge of corruptions ABCAUS Case Law Citation: ABCAUS 1126 (2017) (02) SC Date/Month of Pronouncement: 14th February, 2017 Important Case Laws Cited/relied upon: Commissioner of Income Tax, U.P. Vs. Devi
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