Constitution of India, 1950 – Article 226 – A writ petition filed in this manner, with the Government of Kerala as a respondent in the party array, is completely impermissible and not maintainable because the petitioner is a Minister and a member of the Cabinet of Ministers. The Government of […]
Constitution of India, 1950 -Article 25(1) – Every citizen has the right to freely profess, practise and propagate any religion which cannot be trampled upon by subversive forces or religious outfits.
Constitution of India, 1950 – College Student Politics – In academic institutions, politics or political activities cannot be permitted – Political activities like Dharna, hunger strikes and other practices like Sathyagrah have no place in a constitutional democracy, much less in academic institutions – Anyone indulging in the said activities in […]
Possession – Has the person in possession been forcefully and illegally dispossessed? Have the police abetted the illegal dispossession? Or, has the person voluntarily vacated the flat? If the person has been forcefully thrown out, then these further questions need to be answered: (1) Must the dispossessed person be put […]
Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 – Ss. 340 & 482 – Penal Code, 1860 – Ss. 193, 196, 205, 120B r/w 149 – Fraud Practiced upon the Court – Court can order investigation by Police.
Transfer of Property Act, 1882 – Ss. 53A & 54 – Land Reforms Act, 1963 (Kerala) – S. 7E – Certain person who acquired lands to be deemed tenants – A mere contract for sale, that too an unregistered contract for sale, will not come into play under Section 7E of […]
Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 – Order 39 Rule 2A – Which is the appropriate forum to move an application alleging violation of injunction ?
Prevention of Money Laundering Act, 2002 – S. 26 – Prevention of Money Laundering (Appeal) Rules, 2005 – R. 5 – Is the Rule 5 of the Rules ultra vires Section 26 of the Act?
Constitution of India – Article 21 – Marriage – When a major girl exercises her fundamental rights by choosing her partner, Court cannot resist such expression of opinion. True that the decision is pitted against the wish of the parents, but, when a fundamental right is being exercised by a […]
Penal Code, 1860 – Ss. 120(B), 342, 366, 376 (D), 411, 506 (1), 201, 212 & 34 – Information Technology Act, 2008 – Ss. 66 (E) & 67(A) – Actress Abduction Case – Conspiracy – Bail Application – A young actress was abducted in the busiest National Highway, taken through the […]