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Acceptance Of Gift Can Be Inferred By Implied Conduct Of Donee: SC

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It is good to see that the Supreme Court has most recently on December 8, 2020 in a latest, learned, laudable and landmark judgment titled Daulat Singh (D) Thr. Lrs. vs. State of Rajasthan in Civil Appeal No. 5650 of 2010 has observed very rightly that acceptance of a gift can be inferred by the […]

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Related Witnesses Testimony, If Found Truthful, Can Be The Basis Of Conviction: SC

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In a latest, landmark and laudable judgment titled Karulal and others vs The State of Madhya Pradesh in Criminal Appeal No. 316 of 2011 delivered on 9 October 2020, a three Judge Bench of Apex Court comprising of Justice NV Ramana, Justice Surya Kant and Justice Hrishikesh Roy has observed in no uncertain terms that […]

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When Can A ‘Cheque Bounce’ Complaint Against Director Of Company Be Quashed?

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“The law requires that the complaint must contain a specific averment that the Director was in charge of, and responsible for, the conduct of the company’s business at the time when the offence was committed.” The Supreme Court has reiterated that, a ‘cheque bounce’ complaint against a Company and its Director, must contain a specific […]

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