Decision in Vidarbha Industries is the Exception not the Rule Supreme Court

Decision in Vidarbha Industries is the Exception not the Rule: Supreme Court

A Division Bench of the Supreme Court, comprising of Justice Abhay S. Oka and Justice Rajesh Bindal in M. Suresh Kumar Reddy v. Canara Bank & Ors.[1] vide Judgement dated 11.05.2023, has held that once

The Power To Direct Further Investigation Is Vested In The Magistrate Or Superior Court And Not The Investigation Agency

The Power To Direct Further Investigation Is Vested In The Magistrate Or Superior Court And Not The Investigation Agency

Introduction The Division Bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court comprising of Justice Krishna Murari and Justice Sajay Karol in the matter of Peethambaran versus State of Kerala & Anr has held that power to direct further investigation is vested with the

limitation in Operational Claims Supreme Court on Invoices

In Operational Claims Arising Out Of Several Invoices, Those Invoices Falling Within The Three-Year Period Preceding The Date Of Filing Should Be Considered For The Purposes Of Limitation: Supreme Court

The Hon’ble Division Bench, Supreme Court of India, comprising of Justice Shri. Mukesh Kumar Rasikbhai Shah and Justice Shri C.T Ravikumar in the matter of M/s. Next Education India Pvt. Ltd. Vs. M/s. K12 Techno Services

NN Global Mercantile Limited v. Indo Unique Flame Limited and Ors. – The Minority View

NN Global Mercantile Limited v. Indo Unique Flame Limited and Ors. – The Minority View

The decision passed by the Hon’ble Supreme Court (“the SC”) on 11th January, 2021[1]by the three-judge bench comprising of Justice D.Y. Chandrachud, Justice Indu Malhotra and Justice Indira Banerjee in NN Global Mercantile Limited vs.

Supreme Court allows retrospective application of the amended S.29A of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

Supreme Court allows retrospective application of the amended S.29-A of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

The Hon’ble Supreme Court (“the SC”) in the matter of Tata Sons Pvt. Ltd. (Formerly Tata Sons Ltd.) versus Siva Industries and Holdings Ltd. & Ors. settles law on retrospective applicability of amended S.29A of

quantum of interest in a contract

In absence of an explicit clause on quantum of interest in a contract, compound interest cannot be awarded: Delhi High Court

In the case of M/s. Modi Construction Company vs. Ircon International Limited[1], the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi (“the Court”) while dealing with appeal filed under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996

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