Category: supreme court

PUCL Moves SC To Constitute A SIT to Investigate Into The Encounter Of Vikas Dubey

The People’s Union for Civil Liberties (PUCL) has moved an application in the Supreme Court related to another horrific encounter done by the UP Police on 10th July, 2020 in Kanpur. The application is moved in a 2018 criminal writ petition moved by the organization, seeking CBI/SIT inquiry into thousands of police encounters that have…
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July 11, 2020 1

Person In Whose Name Vehicle Is Registered On Date Of Accident Is The Owner: SC [Read Judgment]

Facts of the Case:- The Appellant was the owner of the Truck , which was covered by a Policy of Insurance issued by the Insurer (New India Assurance Company Limited), effective for the period one year. The lorry was loaded with Ammonia Nitrate met with an accident. The accident was reported to the Police and…
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July 3, 2020 0

Divorce Decree Passed By Supreme Court Through Video Conference [Read Orders]

Article 142 of Indian Constitution: This article provides that the Supreme Court in exercise of its jurisdiction, may pass such decrees or orders as is necessary for doing complete justice in the matter pending before it. The power under Article 142 is inherent power and can be used for doing complete justice. In E.S.P. Rajaram…
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June 22, 2020 0

Husband Is Liable To Pay Maintenance To Wife When Marriage Is Invalidated Due To His Fault: SC

T K Surendran vs P Najima Bindu (2019) Read Complete Judgment Click Here The Special Leave Petition was filed before the Supreme Court regarding question of law that the marriage which is annulled under Section 12 of Hindu Marriage Act (i.e., Voidable marriage), then whether a wife can claim maintenance under Section 125 of Cr.P.C?…
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June 15, 2020 0

Mere Registration Of An Agreement Of Marriage Is Not Enough To Prove Marriage: SC [Read Judgment]

Case Name: Rathnamma & others (Appellant) Vs. Sujathamma & others (Respondent) Case No.: Civil Appeal No. 3050 of 2010 Before: Supreme Court [Bench of Justice L. Nageswara Rao and Justice Hemant Gupta] Facts: 1. Sonnappa died during the pendency of the suit leaving behind two sons and three daughters. Appellant are the legal heirs of…
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June 14, 2020 0

Cruelty Is a Ground Of Divorce When Husband Is Acquitted Under Section 498A IPC: SC [Read Order]

  Case Name: Rani Narasimha Sastry vs. Rani Suneela Rani Case no.: Civil Appeal No. 8871 of 2019 (Supreme Court) Facts: 1. The marriage between the appellant (husband) and the respondent (wife) was solemnized in 2005. After marriage appellant and respondent lived together until 2007 and thereafter they have been living separately for more than 10…
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June 12, 2020 0