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Section 482 CrPC : Interim Protection Order Can Be Passed In Exceptional Cases Giving Brief Reasons: SC

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  While specifying on the interim protection that can be passed by the High Court in exceptional cases, the Apex Court has just recently on July 20, 2021 in a latest, landmark, laudable and learned judgment titled AP Mahesh Cooperative Urban Bank Shareholders Welfare Association vs Ramesh Kumar Bung and Ors in Special Leave Petition […]

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Can An Accomplice Be A Competent Witness Against An Accused ?

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  Without beating about the bush, let me come straight to the key point. We have seen how time and again there is an endless raging debate between the proponents and opponents on the million dollar worth question: “Can an accomplice be a competent witness against an accused?” Both sides have their own points and […]

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Lack Of Jurisdiction Of A Court May Be A Ground To Seek Dismissal/Return Of Proceedings, Rather Than Seeking Transfer: SC

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          It is noteworthy and quite significant that the Supreme Court just recently on November 6, 2020 in a latest, landmark and laudable judgment titled Indian Olympics Association vs. Kerala Olympic Association in Transfer Petition (Civil) No. 975 of 2020 has in exercise of its civil original jurisdiction dismissed Indian Olympics […]

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