Tag: Bombay High Court

Deciphering Legal Complexities: Bombay High Court’s Ruling on Deemed Conveyance in Multi-Structure Large Layout Developments under MOFA

Introduction: The judgment titled “Marathon Era v The Competent Authority & Ors and Gulmohar Lokmilan CHSL & Anr v The Competent Authority & Ors” navigates the intricate legal terrain concerning the conveyance of properties within

Deposit of awarded amount depends on facts and circumstances of each case: Bombay High Court while deciding on challenge to the award allowed 100% cash deposit of the arbitral award

Introduction: On 1st March 2024 (read with corrected order dated 13th March 2024), the Hon’ble High Court of Bombay (“the BHC” for short) passed an order in an interim application filed in the matter of

Bombay High Court Gives Nod to Tenants to Redevelop Demolished Building Themselves

Bombay High Court Gives Nod to Tenants to Redevelop Demolished Building Themselves

The High Court of Bombay (“HC”) in a recent judgment[i] permitted the tenants to reconstruct their demolished premises u/s 499(6) of the Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act (“MMC Act”). It further directed to recover costs from

Court Can Determine Stamp Duty Payable Under The Unstamped Arbitration Agreement – Bombay High Court

Court Can Determine Stamp Duty Payable Under The Unstamped Arbitration Agreement – Bombay High Court

Recently, in the case of John Cockerill India Ltd. vs. Sanjay Navare[1], the Hon’ble Bombay High Court held that the Court can determine the stamp duty payable under the unstamped Arbitration Agreement. The Court was

Anti–suit permanent injunction can limit legal options: Bombay HC

Anti-suit permanent injunction may leave the party with no other option available in law: Hon’ble Bombay High Court

In a recent noteworthy decision, the Hon’ble Bombay High Court[i] has granted interim relief to Mr. Anupam Mittal, the founder of Shaadi.com, by staying an anti–suit permanent injunction order directed by the Hon’ble Singapore High

Assignee can invoke arbitration clause Bombay High Court

Assignee, having stepped into the shoes of the assignor, can invoke arbitration clause: Bombay High Court.

In a recent order,in the matter of M/s. Siemens Factoring Private Limited v. Future Enterprises Private Limited[1]the Hon’ble Bombay High Court (“the Court”) held that an assignee, though not a party but having stepped into

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