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In the case on hand, there was no insurance coverage on the date of the accident and so, the respondent No. 1 insurance company is not liable. The Tribunal has correctly found and directed respondent No. 2, owner of the lorry to pay the compensation

Posted in Corporate Law |   256 Views



The claim must be allowed to be resisted, on the ground of fraud now alleged by the Insurance Company. If we fail to afford to the Insurance Company an opportunity to substantiate their contentions it might certainly lead to serious miscarriage of ju

Posted in Corporate Law |   191 Views



THE ITAT held that additions cannot be made only on the basis of declaration made under section 132(4) of the Income Tax Act, 1961 without any corroborating evidence to prove the addition.

Posted in Income Tax |   608 Views



When the addition is on estimated basis, penalty u/s. 271(1)(c) of the Act cannot be levied on such ad hoc estimated income. The disallowance of purchases on ad-hoc basis does not tantamount to furnishing inaccurate particulars of income under the pr

Posted in Income Tax |   452 Views



NCLT MUMBAI BENCH held that new claims cannot be admitted once Resolution Plan approved by Committee of Creditors and is pending before Adjudicating Authority for approval.

Posted in Corporate Law |   500 Views



If Life Insurance Policy dated back , the next premium will fall due on such date to which the policy dated back. The date on which risk under the policy commenced is different from the date of policy.

Posted in Corporate Law |   99 Views



The death caused by extreme cold wave is accidental one and the insurance companies cannot deny claim to the family of the deceased on the ground that the demise was natural. "Cold wave is an untoward event which is not expected ordesigned, and an or

Posted in Corporate Law |   175 Views



K. SASHIDHAR VS. INDIAN OVERSEAS BANK & ORS.

Posted in Corporate Law |   414 Views



The appeal is allowed on the finding that no evidence has come forward to show that the company had made a public offer other than these 49 persons. Once allotment is made to less than fifty allottees by way of private allotment the first proviso to

Posted in Income Tax |   182 Views



The course suggested by the Counsel for the Department was acceptable to the Counsel for the Appellant. It was, therefore, suggested that the Appellant may file an affidavit of undertaking to withdraw the proceedings initiated by it before the AAR an

Posted in Corporate Law |   131 Views