Cancellation of registration in fraudulent transactions: MHC comments

The Court has mooted the introduction of a quasi-judicial appellate tribunal which would have the final say in disputes concerning such transactions. The Madras High Court on Friday clarified the legal position when it comes to the cancellation of registration of fraudulent transactions, including fraudulent transfer of property (S Kanniammal @ Mangai v. State of … Read more

What are the powers of the court or police about the search and seizure of a smartphone, computer, server or any other electronic item or equipment?

 📚  9. ANSWER POINT No.1: Can a direction be issued to an accused to furnish the password, passcode or Biometrics in order to open the smartphone and/or email account?  The Investigating Officer, during the course of an investigation, could always issue any direction and/or make a request to the accused or other persons connected with … Read more

Parties Who Privately Agree To Settle Disputes Without Court Intervention U/s 89 CPC Also Entitled To Refund Of Court Fee: Supreme Court

“The importance of private amicable negotiation between the parties cannot be understated’ The Supreme Court held that the parties who privately agree to settle their dispute outside the modes contemplated under Section 89 of the Code of Civil Procedure are also entitled to refund of Court fees. The participants in private settlements will be entitled … Read more