Category: BRIEFS

CASE BRIEF: RAJARHAT WELFARE ASSOCIATION & ANR V. DLF COMMERCIAL COMPLEX LTD & ORS, CASE NO.10 OF 2011

FACTS: The Informant No.1 is a Society registered under the West Bengal Societies Registration Act, 1961 and is stated to be constituted for the amelioration of its members who are intending purchasers of commercial units different multi-storied projects in the Rajarhat area New Town, Kolkata. The informant No.2 is stated to be the President of […]

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CASE BRIEF: MAHARASHTRA EKTA HAWKERS UNION AND ANOTHER V. MUNICIPAL CORPORATION, GREATER MUMBAI AND OTHERS…ON 9 SEPTEMBER 2013

This case doesn’t arise out of any particular incident or a single fact rather as a result of numerous incidents and circumstances where it had almost become impossible for hawkers/street vendors to peacefully continue with their medium of livelihood. They had always been subjected to rude treatments and unnecessary harassments on the part of the […]

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CASE BRIEF: UNION OF INDIA (UOI) AND ORS. V. DHARAMENDRA TEXTILE PROCESSORS AND ORS., (2008) 13 SCC 369

The case were referred to the Full Bench by a Division Bench after doubting the correctness of the view expressed in Dilip N. Shroff v. Joint Commissioner of Income Tax, Mumbai[1], which was contrary to the dictum laid down in Chairman, SEBI v. Shriram Mutual Fund and another[2]. The revenue contended that Section 11 AC […]

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CASE BRIEF: KALYAN CHANDRA SARKAR ETC. V. RAJESH RANJAN @ PAPPU YADAV AND ANR.; 2007 AIR 451; 2006 (9) SUPPL SCR 40; 2007 (1) SCC 70; 2006 (11 ) SCALE 551.

FACTS OF THE CASE: These are two criminal appeals challenging an order dated 21-9-2004 made by the High Court of Judicature at Patna in Criminal Miscellaneous No. 9220 of 2004 which was an application filed by respondent No. 1 (hereinafter referred to as the respondent) seeking the grant of bail in Sessions Trial No. 976 […]

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CASE BRIEF: SURJIT LAL CHHABDA V. C.I.T., 1976 AIR 109

FACTS: The appellant Surjit Lal was the owner of an immovable property called “Kathoke Lodge”. He used to derive rent income from the said property in addition to deriving income under other heads. In 1956, he made a declaration throwing the said property into the family hotchpotch. The  family consisted of himself, his wife and […]

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CASE BRIEF: NARAYAN GANESH DASTANE V. SUCHETA NARAYAN DASTANE, 1975 AIR 1534

FACTS: The appellant, Dr. Narayan Ganesh Dastane, passed his M.Sc. in Agriculture from the Poona University. He was sent by the Government of India to Australia  in the Colombo Plan Scheme. He obtained his Doctorate in Irrigation Research from an Australia University and returned to India in April, 1955. He worked for about 3 years  […]

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