Supreme Court of India Bhajan Singh Hardit Singh And Co., … vs Karson Agency (India) And Ors. on 31 March, 1967 Author: Tatachari Bench: K Hegde, H Khanna, T Tatachari JUDGMENT Tatachari, J. (1) This letters patent appeal under Clause 10 of the Letters Patent of the High Court of Punjab originally came up for […]Read More Limitation period for breach of contract.
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 ?
QUESTION : Cinematograph Act 1952 Section 5A-Whether the issuance of the certificate issued by the specialised Board of Film Censors bars the criminal Court’s jurisdiction to try for offences under Sections 292/293 I.P.C ? Court said no…read on Supreme Court of India Raj Kapoor And Ors vs State And Others on 26 October, […]Read More Supreme Court on obscenity (Raj Kapoor v. State) Justice Krishna Iyer.
A Remarkable judgment outlining the law of obscenity as it stands in India, in a nutshell, while holding Bandit Queen to have been rightly passed by the Censors, held it not to obscene as it in no manner appeals to the prurient interests or is lascivious – or corruptive to the minds of people whose […]Read More Supreme Court on obscenity (Bandit Queen Judgment)