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Corporate Law Judgements



The NCDRC found no illegality or infirmity in the impugned order. The present revision petition has no merit and same is dismissed in limine with no order as to costs.

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The complainants shall also be entitled to the cost of litigation awarded by the State Commission but there is no justification for awarding compensation over and above the interest awarded to the complainants and therefore, the direction for payment

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The Kerala High Court recently enhanced the compensation awarded by a Motor Accident Tribunal under the head of 'Loss of Dependency' to the parents and sibling of deceased child , who has been a victim of Motor Accident. The Hon'ble Court has enhance

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The association between an incident and an injury is referred to as the injury's "proximate cause." In the framework of the law, in order to demonstrate legal responsibility, sometimes referred to as "liability," there has to be a significant connect

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The Hon'ble Madras High Court in Tvl. ITNL-KMB (J.V.) v. The Deputy Commissioner of (ST), [W.P. Nos.2850 and 2852 of 2023 and W.M.P. Nos.2968 and 2973 of 2023 dated February 3, 2023] quashed the assessment order and the consequential recovery notice

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All appeals are disposed of in the aforesaid terms. No order as to costs. Pending application(s), if any, shall also stand(s) disposed of.

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The Companies Act, 2013 itself defined the duties and responsibilities of a CS. For listed and some specified companies it is mandatory to appoint a CS. A CS works as a link between outside various types of government agencies, judicial, quasi-judici

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All appeals are disposed of in the aforesaid terms. No order as to costs. Pending application(s), if any, shall also stand(s) disposed of.

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In the case of Sheikh Bhullan& Sons also, the surveyor report clearly shows that in the opinion of the surveyor, the boundary wall capable of being repaired at the total cost of Rs.611700.96 which comprised Rs.475700.96 towards the cost of material a

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The court rightly pointed out that a "Gratuitous Passenger" is that person who has taken lift in the vehicle. Since insurance company has not material substance to prove that the person injured is a Gratuitous Passenger and hence cannot claim repudia

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