SARFAESI Writ maintainable under article 226 & 227 of the constitution of India. If a High Court is tasked with being the final recourse to upholding the rule of law within its territorial jurisdiction, it must necessarily have the power to examine any case before it and make a determination of whether or not its writ jurisdiction is engaged
It has been settled by the Hon’ble Apex Court as well as Hon’ble High Courts including Punjab & Haryana High Court at Chandigarh, that for seeking protection of life and…
What is Quashing of FIR? Quashing means to abate, overthrow, or to dismiss it or to make it completely void. Generally, quashing of an FIR (first information report) in criminal proceedings means completely stopping the process of the legal proceedings that are in process. Section 482 Cr.P.C enables the High Courts to pass such order of Quashing of FIR to secure the ends of Justice
Anticipatory Bail Not Maintainable The Question of Law regarding the maintainability of Anticipatory Bail after the cancellation of regular Bail has been decided by the Supreme Court of India.
Court Marriage Procedure and List of All Documents Required. Court Marriage in Chandigarh, Matrimonial Lawyer in Chandigarh, One of the best Law Firm in Chandigarh
Is Foreign Divorce valid in India ? or Whether the divorce granted in abroad is valid in India? This question is becoming common in our society. Often it is seen, the people having different temperament could not settle as happily married couple and therefore they tend to part from each other and opt for the decree of Divorce. Now, the difficulty arises when one of the parties has their domicile in one county and one of them obtains matrimonial relief in other country
PUNJAB AND HARYANA HIGH COURT Before:- Nirmaljit Kaur, J. CWP No.1564 of 2016. D/d. 10.02.2020. Karambir Singh – Petitioner Versus Managing Director, UHBVNL and another – Respondents For the Petitioner…
Law of Bail: Anticipatory Bail, Regular Bail, Bailable offence, Non Bailable Offence, Cognizable & non cognizable office, Discretion, Default bail, Section 167(2) Crpc, Computation of period, case laws, gravity of offence, Cancellation of bail, Bail under NDPS, Bail to juveniles
section 24(2) land acquisition Compensation, Right to Fair Compensation Act, 2013, clarified by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.
Law on section 498A IPC by Supreme Court of India, Prevention of misuse of 498A IPC, Directions to the police, Arrest under section 498A IPC
Guidelines issued by Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in the case titled as “D.K. Basu Vs. State of West Bengal”. All arrested persons have rights and no one can be mistreated in police custody. The Supreme Court of India has issued guidelines that the police must follow in all cases of arrest and detention. It is important for all arrested persons to know these guidelines, to know their rights and the police’s duties toward them. These guidelines are mandatory to be followed by Police and if they are not followed, action can be taken against the police officials.
What is a Startup? In the year 2016, the govt. of India launched the Startup India initiative with a motive to support entrepreneurs, create a ecosystem of creating jobs rather than…