Month: June 2022

State Of Haryana V/s. Ram Mehar And Others Etc.

When the concept of fair trial is limitlessly stretched, the orders may fall in the arena of sanctuary of errors. Case name: State Of Haryana V/s. Ram Mehar And Others Etc. Case number: Criminal Appeal Nos.  805-806 of 2016            Court: In the Supreme Court of India Criminal appellate jurisdiction Bench: Hon’ble Justice Dipak Misra …

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Quippo Construction Equipment Limited V/s Janardan Nirman Pvt. Limited

Thus, even stipulation in Section 10 that number of Arbitrators “shall not be an even number” was found to be a derogable provision and since no objections were raised to the composition of the Arbitral Tribunal, as provided in Section 16, the concerned respondents were deemed to have waived their right to object. Case name: …

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Rekha V/s State Of T. Nadu Tr. Sec. To Govt. & Anr.

Personal liberty protected under Article 21 is so sacrosanct and so high in the scale of constitutional values that it is the obligation of the detaining authority to show that the impugned detention meticulously accords with the procedure established by law. Case name: Rekha V/s State Of T. Nadu Tr. Sec. To Govt.& Anr. Case …

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Reckitt Benckiser (India) Private Limited Versus Reynders Label Printing India Private Limited and Anr.

Invoking the doctrine of “group of companies”, it went on to observe that an arbitration agreement entered into by a company, being one within a group of corporate entities, can, in certain circumstances, bind its non-signatory affiliates Case name: Reckitt Benckiser (India) Private Limited Versus Reynders Label Printing India Private Limited and Anr. Case number: …

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Rajesh Ranjan@ Pappu Yadav V/s the State of Bihar through the C.B.I.

It was stated that confessional statement of an accomplice is admissible under the Indian Evidence Act but requires corroboration in material particulars by other independent evidence Case name: Rajesh Ranjan @ Pappu Yadav Versus The State of Bihar through the C.B.I. Case number: Criminal Appeal (DB) No.418 of 2008 Court: THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE …

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