Holding a Person as Partner – Doctrine of Holding Out in Partnership Act.

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 … Continue reading Holding a Person as Partner – Doctrine of Holding Out in Partnership Act.

Supreme Court on S.14(1) of Hindu Succession Act

Supreme Court of IndiaSmt.Palchuri Hanumaya inma vs Tadikamalla Kotlingam (D) By ... on 9 October, 2001Author: S HegdeBench: N S Hegde, S VariavaCASE NO.:Appeal (civil) 967 of 1987PETITIONER:SMT.PALCHURI HANUMAYAMMAVs.RESPONDENT:TADIKAMALLA KOTLINGAM (D) BY L.RS. & ORS.DATE OF JUDGMENT: 09/10/2001BENCH:N. Santosh Hegde & S.N. VariavaJUDGMENT:SANTOSH HEGDE, J.This appeal has had a chequered career. Still it may not … Continue reading Supreme Court on S.14(1) of Hindu Succession Act