Category: Supreme Court

Workmens Compensation Commissioner last authority on facts. Scope of the appeal to High Courts is restricted to substantial questions of law-SC

Workmens Compensation Commissioner last authority on facts. Scope of the appeal to High Courts is restricted only to substantial questions of law-SC ABCAUS Case Law Citation: 1061 (2016) (11) SC The Grievance: The appellants were aggrieved by the order passed by the High Court whereby compensation awarded to …

Demonetised notes not unexplained money us 69A-No penalty 271(1)(c) for concealment warranted-High Court Judgment on 1978 Demnetisation

Demonetised notes not unexplained money us 69A-No penalty 271(1)(c) for concealment warranted-High Court Judgment on 1978 Demnetisation The recent demonetisation of high denomination bank notes Rs. 500/- and Rs. 1000/- is not new to India. In past also there has been demonetisation of High Denomination Notes in 1946 …

Unregistered partnership firms can be referred to arbitration, Mere non filing of deed not make arbitration application liable to dismissal–SC

Unregistered partnership firms can be referred to arbitration, there is no contrary statutory provision. Mere non filing of deed not make arbitration application liable to dismiss–Supreme Court  ABCAUS Case Law Citation: 1055 (2016) (11) SC Important Case under consideration: Atul Singh & Othes Vs. Sunil Kumar Singh   &   Others 2008 (2) SCC 602 Bharat Sewa Sansthan Vs. U.P.Electronics Corporation Ltd.  …

Public offer made under SEBI takeover regulations cannot be withdrawn. Mere Delay by SEBI, alienation of assets by Board no ground for withdrawal-SC

Public offer made under SEBI takeover regulations cannot be withdrawn. Mere Delay by SEBI, alienation of assets by Board no ground for withdrawal-Supreme Court ABCAUS Case Law Citation: 1048 (2016) (11) SC The Grievance: This appeal was preferred under Section 15 Z of the Securities and Exchange Board …

Concurrent running of sentence us 138 Negotiable Instrument Act 1988 in two cheque dishonour cases. Court empowered with discretion u/s 427 of CPC -SC

Concurrent running of sentence us 138 Negotiable Instrument Act 1988 in two cheque dishonour complaint cases. Court empowered with discretion u/s 427 of CPC -Supreme Court ABCAUS Case Law Citation: 1044 (2016) (10) SC Important Case Law Cited: V.K. Bansal vs. State of Haryana and Another (2013) 7 …

Polished granite slab used on floor is not tile under Karnataka Sales Tax Act Entry8. There is distinction between polished granite stone/slabs and tiles-SC

Polished granite slab used on floor is not tile under Karnataka Sales Tax Act Entry 8. that there is a distinction between polished granite stone or slabs and tiles-Supreme Court ABCAUS Case Law Citation: 1038 (2016) (10) SC Important Case Law Referred: M/s. Vishwakarma Granites v. Commissioner of …