The Apex Court of India said that The Karnataka government and the Bangalore Development Authority are responsible for the mess in the city, as it directed them not to drop acquisition of about 650 acres of land for the Dr. K Shivaram Karanth Layout. The Apex Court further ordered an expeditious enquiry by the retired … Continue reading SUPREME COURT ORDERS ENQUIRY INTO THE ALLEGATIONS ON K.SHIVRAMA KARANTH LAYOUT- FINALLY THERE WILL BE ANOTHER LAYOUT
A CIVIC ACTION GROUP HAS SUBMITTED A PLAINT IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA TO DIRECT THE STATE GOVERNMENT TO GIVE A LEASE OF LIFE TO THE INFAMOUS SPECIAL TASK FORCE FORMED TO CHECK THE ENCROACHMENT OF GOVERNMENT LANDS IN KARNATAKA AND CONDUCT INVESTIGATION AND RECOVER THE GOVERNMENT LANDS ON THE BASIS OF A.T.RAMASWAMY COMMITTEE … Continue reading RECOVERY OF GOVERNMENT LANDS – PLAINT IN SUPREME COURT
The Supreme Court has suggested that the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, could be amended so that a convict in a cheque bounce case is made to pay a fine from which the complainant can be paid compensation. ”One other solution is a further amendment to the act so that in all cases where there is … Continue reading CHEQUE BOUNCE CASE – APEX COURT SUGGESTS FINE!
The Supreme Court observation on the sale of properties on General Power of Attorney: The SC has clarified that it was only stating the well-settled legal position in this connection and not laying down a new law, the order was necessary because a good proportion of property sales have been affected through the GPA route of … Continue reading GENERAL POWER OF ATTORNEY – PROPERTY DEALING – SUPREME COURT OBSERVATION – TAKE UTMOST CARE!
SUPREME COURT OF INDIA GOES SUPREME - THE BENCH WHILE DISPOSING OFF A SUIT SAID THAT The limits of power exercised by the Supreme Court when it chases injustice are the sky itself, when the ordinary law does not meet the demand of justic “It is plenary power (SUPER POWER) exercisable outside the purview of ordinary law to meet … Continue reading SUPRME COURT OF INDIA HAS SUPRME POWERS TO DEAL WITH ILLEGALITY- THE BENCH
IT IS WIDELY BELIEVED THAT MR.T.P. SUNDERRAJAN, THE PLAINT AND THE MEMBER IN THE COMMITTEE APPOINTED BY THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA TO OPEN THE VAULTS OF THE SRI ANANTHAPADMANABHA SWAMY TEMPLE TREASURE IS SAID TO HAVE BEEN UNDER A `CURSE` FOR HAVING TAKEN THE MATTERS TO THE COURT AND THE OPENING UP OF THE … Continue reading SRI ANANTHAPADMANABHA SWAMY CURSE?
LEASING/RENTING A PROPERTY- GET READY FOR LITIGATION- IF YOU ARE UNLUCKY ARE YOU BUYING A PROPERTY TO LEASE IT/RENT IT- READ THE RECENT OBSERVATIONS OF THE APEX COURT Supreme Court has said. ‘Civil courts’ failure to rein in unscrupulous litigants has caused lakhs of house owners not to rent out their premises for fear that … Continue reading LITIGATIONS- LEASING OR RENTING THE PROPERTIES- APEX COURT`S OBSERVATION
IT IS ASSUMED/PRESMUED AND BELIEVED THAT THE INVALUABLE ROYAL TREASURE AT THE LORD`S ABODE AT THIRUVANANTHAPURAM`S SRI ANANTHA PADMANABHASWAMY DEVASTHANAM IS EXPECTED TO BE AROUND 1,00,000 CRORES. IT IS WIDELY BELIEVED AND SAID THAT THE TREASURE HAD BEEN SAVED BY THE HONOURABLE ROYAL FAMILY TO TAKE CARE OF THE STATE DURING THE DISTRESS PERIODS LIKE … Continue reading SRI ANANATHA PADMANABHASWAMY TEMPLE AND THE ROYAL TREASURE
Imprisonment is not a must while punishing a person who issues cheques which bounce, the Supreme Court stated in the case, Kaushalya Devi vs Roopkishore. In this case, the drawer of cheques was convicted under the Negotiable Instruments Act. However, he deposited Rs 2 lakh out of Rs 3.5 lakh against the cheques. The magistrate … Continue reading CHEQUE BOUNCE CASES: – IMPRISIONMENT IS NOT A MUST-SUPREME COURT OF INDIA
SC rules Parliament cannot make laws which violate the basic structure of the Constitution 2010-09-18 The Supreme Court has ruled that Parliament does not enjoy unfettered powers to legislate and cannot make laws which violate the basic structure of the Constitution and the concept of rule of law cannot be permitted to be made subservient to the … Continue reading SC rules Parliament cannot make laws which violate the basic structure of the Constitution