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6th January 2016
Supreme Court observed that when we read Section 149, Indian Penal Code (IPC), since at the very outset it refers to participation of each member of an unlawful assembly, it has to be necessarily shown that there was an assembly of five or more persons, which is designated as unlawful assembly Under Section 149 Indian Penal Code.
29th January 2016
Supreme Court observed that Section 18 of the Sale of Goods Act postulates that when a contract for sale is in respect of unascertained goods no property in the goods is transferred to the buyer unless and until the goods are ascertained.
29th January 2016
SC observed that Section 37 of the Securitisation and Reconstruction of Financial Assets and Enforcement of Security Interest Act, 2002 does not include the Sick Industrial Companies (Special Provisions) Act, 1985 unlike Section 34(2) of the Recovery of Debts Due To Banks and Financial Institutions Act, 1993.
28th January 2016
Supreme Court observed that it is manifest from Section 52A(2)(c), Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 that upon seizure of the contraband the same has to be forwarded either to the officer in-charge of the nearest police station or to the officer empowered Under Section 53
20th January 2016
Supreme Court observed that, Section 124(1), Trade Marks Act, 1999 (here-in-after " the Act") refers only to the Plaintiff and Defendant of a suit for infringement, and Section 124(1)(ii) specifically refers to the "party concerned" who will apply to the Appellate Board for rectification of the register.
20th January 2016
Supreme Court observed that its clear from a perusal of the preamble of Maharashtra Rent Control Act, 1999 that the ultimate object behind the enactment of this legislation is to control and regulate the rate of rent so that unnecessary hardship is not caused to the tenant, and also to provide protection to the tenants against arbitrary and unreasonable evictions from the possession of the property.
19th January 2016
Supreme Court observed that if the dowry amount or articles of married woman was placed in the custody of his husband or in-laws, they would be deemed to be trustees of the same.
19th January 2016
Supreme Court observed that emphasis in clause three of Section 300 Indian Penal Code is on the sufficiency of the injury in the ordinary course of nature to cause death.
13th January 2016
Supreme Court observed that the settled rule of interpretation that when the words of a statute are clear, plain or unambiguous, i.e., they are reasonably susceptible to only one meaning, the courts are bound to give effect to that meaning irrespective of consequences.
12th January 2016
Supreme Court observed that a cursory reading of Section 8, Hindu Law Women`s Rights Act, 1933, would reveal that various females mentioned in the Section would be entitled to a share of joint family property in the circumstances mentioned therein.

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