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An executing court cannot travel beyond the relief granted in a decree

   Firm Rajasthan Udyog and others vs Hindustan Engineering Industries ltd. Civil Appeal No. 2376 of 2020 Appellant– Partnership Firm Respondant– Hindustan Engineering Industries ltd.  Facts: Land of the Appellant was acquired under Section 4 of Rajasthan Land Acquisition Act, 1953. Division Bench of Rajasthan High Court quashed the acquisition proceedings. Later, Respondent and State…
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May 27, 2020 0

Webinar on “PREVENTING JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN CHILDREN”

  Legal Trendsetters are back again with another webinar which is really going to be fruitful for you so do attend it . We the “Legal Trendsetters” are inviting you for webinar schedule. Topic: PREVENTING JUVENILE DELINQUENCY IN CHILDREN By: Mr.VEER VIKRANT SINGH (DEPUTY ADVOCATE GENERAL (M.P) SUPREME COURT OF INDIA FORMER NATIONAL CO-CONVENER THINK…
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May 26, 2020 0

Legal Issues During Lockdown/Covid-19 : Answers

  A Person who is entitled to legal aid is provided under the Legal Services Authority Act, 1987 Section 12 of Legal Services Authority Act, 1987: Criteria for giving legal services: Every person who has to file or defend a case shall be entitled to legal services under this Act if that person is :-…
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May 26, 2020 0

Bombay HC Refused To Stop The Streaming Of Netflix Series “Betaal” Over Copyright Infringement

  Sameer Wadekar & Another vs. Netflix Entertainment Services Pvt. Ltd., LD-VC-70 OF 2020, Bombay HC Plaintiff—– Sameer Wadekar Defendant—- Netflix, Writer, Producer etc. Facts: Plaintiff’s Argument: Plaintiff has written many stories which are registered with copyright office and with Screen Writers Association and one such literary work of plaintiff is “VETAAL”. According to plaintiff…
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May 25, 2020 0

Custody Of Child: The Court Must Look Into Ordinary Comfort of The Child

Dsg vs. Akg, SLP No. 25098/2019 SC Facts  There was the marital discord between the parties, the Respondent – father filed a Guardianship Petition bearing before the family court seeking custody of the minor daughter on the ground that the Petitioner – wife was suffering from Paranoid Schizophrenia and required treatment. Because of the mental…
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May 25, 2020 0

No Waiver Of Rent Due To Covid-19 Pandemic or Lockdown: Delhi HC

Ramanand & others vs. Dr. Girish Soni and Another, Delhi HC Facts This urgent application was moved before Delhi High Court on various issues relating to suspension of payment of rent by tenants owing to the COVID-19 lockdown crisis. The tenant was in the possession of property which was leased to him in 1975. In…
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