In this case the court held a person as partner, and hence liable for repayment of firm’s debt the court went on to say that even though he was not proved to be formal partner – he could still under the doctrine of holding out (which is a species of estoppel) can be held to […]Read More Holding a Person as Partner – Doctrine of Holding Out in Partnership Act.
Comment : J.Krishna Iyer at his eloquent best, commences with “when law of crimes rebels against social justice and leans towards narrow legalism – it becomes crime of laws and not law of crimes” Supreme Court of India Narotam Singh vs State Of Punjab And Anr. on 11 January, 1978 Equivalent citations: AIR 1978 […]Read More Narotam Singh v. State of Punjab
Comment : In a nutshell this decision holds that a private arbitration award is compulsorily registrable and ineffective without the same – but one obtained with intervention of court (reference) does not need to be. Bombay High Court Chandrakant Maganlal Patel And … vs Ishwarlal Ghelabhai Choksey And … on 9 October, 1980 Equivalent […]Read More Whether Arbitration Awards are required to be compulsorily registrable ?
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 ?