If the Document Required to be Stamped is Insufficiently Stamped, then its Copy Cannot be Adduced as Secondary Evidence: Supreme Court

If the Document Required to be Stamped is Insufficiently Stamped, then its Copy Cannot be Adduced as Secondary Evidence: Supreme Court

The Hon’ble Supreme Court (“SC”) recently in the case of Vijay v. Union of India[1], held that if a document required to be stamped is not sufficiently stamped, then a copy of such a document

Specific Performance of Re-conveyance Deed Cannot be Entertained if Defendant's Title in Property is Denied by Plaintiff: Supreme Court

Specific Performance of Re-conveyance Deed Cannot be Entertained if Defendant’s Title in Property is Denied by Plaintiff: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court, in a recent judgment[1] denied the plea of the appellants (Madhavan through legal representative and Ors.) seeking specific performance for execution of the re-conveyance deed. The Court highlighted that from the plea

Our Partner Nidhi Singh Quoted in Business Standard

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Sections 95 to 100 of the IBC are Constitutional: Supreme Court

Sections 95 to 100 of the IBC are Constitutional: Supreme Court

A three-judge bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court (SC) comprising of Chief Justice of India Dr. DY Chandrachud, Justice JB Pardiwala and Justice Manoj Mishra, while considering a batch of 384 petitions moved under Article

Title of Immovable Property Cannot Get Transferred Through Unregistered General Power of Attorney or Agreement to Sell: Supreme Court

Title of Immovable Property Cannot Get Transferred Through Unregistered General Power of Attorney or Agreement to Sell: Supreme Court

The recent judgment[i] of the Hon’ble Supreme Court has cast a significant light on the legal issues pertaining to the transfer of immovable property titles. The Supreme Court Bench comprising Justices Vikram Nath and Rajesh

Parties Entitled to Final Arguments even in the absence of Written Statement: Supreme Court

Parties Entitled to Final Arguments even in the absence of Written Statement: Supreme Court 

In a remarkable judgement, the Division Bench of the Hon’ble Supreme Court comprising of Justice B. V. Nagarathna and Ujjal Bhuyan, has set aside the order of the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission (“NCDRC”), for

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