Law of Quantum Meriut by SC Facts : The Public Works Department of the respondent-State had issued a tender notice for the construction of a road. The appellant inspected the site, went to the place where stone for the construction was said to be available, and after satisfying himself submitted a tender below the estimates in […]Read More In this Judgment the SC explains the law of quantum meruit….
The preposition before Court is suppose A gets property from B under an agreement to sell, A has got possession and is ready to fulfil his obligations to fulfill the transaction, but B is not similarly enthusiastic about it. The agreement to sell is not registered – in such a situation A by virtue of […]Read More Whether possession can be protected via theory of part performance even after time limit for specific performance has expired ? HELD YES
Comment : In this case the court held that S.151 does not empower the court to pass wild anti suit injunctions – where the power is expressly given in S.94(a) CPC/O.39 R 1 & 2, 151 should be pushed into action only rarely. In this case a court gave an anti suit injunction staying proceedings […]Read More Manohar Lal Chopra v. RaI bahadur Seth Hiralal – Supreme Court on Court’s power to grant injunction under it’s inherent powers.
Comment : This case holds that partition – is a declaration of will as regards property – which effects a change in legal relation with property – hence is compulosrily registrable within the meaning of S.17 IRA. In absence of which it does not have any effect and cannot be recieved in evidence of the same. […]Read More Supreme Court on whether partition deeds are compulsory registrable ?
Though overruled by SC in a later decision in 1999 – this decision is highly public oriented – wherein the ministers, rightly, were held to be repositories of public trust, liable for breach of trust in case of arbitrary allotment of petrol pumps. Common Cause A Regd. Society vs Union Of India And Ors […]Read More Arbitrary Allotment of Petrol Pumps …SC