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    The argument.   Decisions of the CJI or his delegate, under section 11 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 (A & C Act) have no binding value whatsoever on any court on any forum except the forums /...
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The Bar Council of India (BCI) has agreed to postpone the planned bar exam to December, we are informed.   Kian has insinuated here that another possible angle in introduction of the proposed Bar Admission examination may perhaps be to meet...
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The short point which arose for consideration (in 9 complaints and one appeal) before the Central Information Commission was whether the Bar Council of India and the State Bar Councils are ‘Public Authorities’ within the meaning of Section 2(h) (b) of...
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      Tagore firmly believed that independence from the British, in itself, would be meaningless and merely lead to replacing a foreign oppressor with home-grown ones as long as Indians stayed mired in superstition, ritualism, caste ism and such...
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The ever-enlightening Wikipedia tells us that the phrase “Face value” is the value of a coin, stamp or paper money, as printed on the coin, stamp or bill itself by the minting authority. While the face value usually refers to the...
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27th April, 2010 9.20 A.M. Court of the Metropolitan Magistrate. Punctuality being the virtue of the Bored, Chandi Agreywal, LLM, reaches courtroom no 12 situate in a huge palatial Brit built building tastelessly modified in the interests of justice. The measured...
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     The first one dates back to the first date of hearing of the landmark decision of Kesavananda Bharati by the Hon'ble Supreme Court.   The legendary, Mr. Palkhiwala, who then was a young lawyer rose to argue the matter...
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  The following is a hilarious story of a legal proceeding initiated against one of the greatest ruling super heroes of our times on a question as ancient as the one which arose in the second century with Clement of Alexandria...
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In the case of S.K. Alagh Vs. State of U.P. and Ors. reported in (2008) 5 SCC 662 the Hon’ble Supreme Court, at paragraph 20 thereof, observed  as under:   “…  We may, in this regard, notice that the provisions of...
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Imagine yourself dealing with a case where your client has been accused of murder. The Prosecution story states that your client was found with the murder weapon in his hand when the police arrived having been sitting calmly in front of...
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  The High Courts in India are Courts of records.   A Court of record generally has the following attributes:        1.  generally has a seal      2.  power to fine or imprison for contempt      3.  keeps a...
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Suppose you have hired a wheeled vehicle drawn by animals in any municipality or cantonment area in India where such transportation is as common as wheeled vehicles (and as all of us are aware that such places are plenty in ‘Incredible...
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Hi folks,   Those of you who may missed today’s TOI may not have come across an article discussing , among others , two interesting question which are pending adjudication in a PIL before the Delhi High Court. You may read...
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  Its that time of the year when suddenly the attendance sheets are almost perfect, the collars crisper, the spirits well guarded and the efficiency or the visuals of professional motion much more swifter. It’s the end of the financial year...
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If you have noticed that whenever one sees the usage of the word “Client”, one knows that there just has to be lawyer or an architect involved since no one else in the 'white collar' business game ever seems to refer...
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