Category «Case Study»

Nishikant Jha V/S State of Bihar

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Introduction: In this matter, the question of admissibility of the statements made before the head of the village was under consideration. Also, the court has to determine whether a partial statement of the complete statement made by the accused could be admitted to convict him? Facts: Appellant was a student of a school in Jhajha …

Pakala Narayana Swami vs Emperor

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Introduction: This matter is related to Section 32 under the Indian Evidence Act and Section 162 of the code of Criminal procedures, 1898. There were mainly two points of consideration before the Privy Council. Relation of the dying declaration with the incident and, previous circumstances, and Importance of confession before police, made during the investigation. …

Latest Judgements by Supreme Court of India – Part 2

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Important Judgement Of Supreme Court 1. Navtez Singh Johar vs. Union of India NAZ Foundation case to be reconsidered; matter referred to a larger bench 2. Disabled Right Group vs. Union of India Not making adequate provisions to facilitate proper education to person with disabilities amounts to discrimination 3. State of Jharkhand vs. Hindustan Construction …

Latest Judgements by Supreme Court of India – Part 1

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Important Judgement Of Supreme Court 1. Manohar Lal Sharma v. Narendra Damodardas Modi, 2018 SCC Online SC 2278 Centre asked to file pricing details for purchase of Rafale fighter jets 2. Joseph Shine vs. Union of India Supreme Court has struck down Section 497 of the Indian Penal Code, which criminalizes adultery, as unconstitutional 3. …

Transfer of Property Act – Notes

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This case is based on Section 135 and section 13 of the Transfer of Property Act. Section thirteen underneath Transfer of property Act 1882 – Transfer for good thing about the unknown person. Where, on a transfer of property, an interest therein is created for the benefit of a person not in existence at the …

Kedar Nath Singh v/s State Of Bihar

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Kedar Nath Singh V/S State Of Bihar is based on Article 19 of the Indian Constitution with the effect the scope of section 124 of Indian Penal Code. Kedar Nath Singh was prosecuted before a Magistrate 1st Class, at Begusarai, in the district of Monghyr, in Bihar. The accused person was convicted under section 124 …

Case Study: MC Mehta VS union of India (1987)

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The petitioner MC Mehta, an Advocate, Supreme Court filed a public interest litigation petition in the Supreme Court under Article 32 of the Constitution. Facts of the case:- On the midnight of 2/3-12-1984, there was a leakage of poisonous gas (methyl isocyanate) from Union Carbide Corporation India Limited, located at Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, which is …