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Latest News - August 2020 - Issue 01

Latest News - August 2020 - Issue 01

Hon’ble Supreme Court says that the charge against an accused for offence punishable under the IPC can continue irrespective of the fact that sanction in respective of offence punishable under Prevention of Corruption Act is not forthcoming. Satyabrat Gupta V. The State of Jharkhand, SLP(Crl.) No(s).2787/2020. Hon’ble Supreme Court says that the memorandum of family settlement is not required to be registered and is binding on the parties. Ravinder Kaur Grewal V. Manjut Kaur, 2020 SCC OnLine SC 612.

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Latest News - July 2020 - Issue 04

Latest News - July 2020 - Issue 04

Hon’ble Supreme Court held that for proceeding against a director of a company for contravention of provisions of Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, 1973, the necessary ingredient for proceeding shall be at the time of offence committed the director was in charge and was responsible to the company for the conduct of the business of the company. Shailendra Swarup V. The Deputy Director Enforcement Directorate, 2020 SCC OnLine SC 600.

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Latest News - July 2020 - Issue 03

Latest News - July 2020 - Issue 03

Hon’ble Supreme Court held that the doctrine of contemporanea Expositio cannot be applied when the construction placed by the contemporary authority is found to be clearly wrong or erroneous. M/s Ultratech Cement Ltd V. State of Rajasthan & Ors., 2020 SCC OnLine SC 582. Hon’ble Supreme Court held that a High Court cannot allow the second appeal without having formulated a substantial question of law. The court ought to have formulated substantial question of law and proceed with the arguments.

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Latest News - July 2020 - Issue 02

Latest News - July 2020 - Issue 02

Hon’ble Supreme Court of India held that the certificate under Sec.65B (4) of the Evidence act is a condition precedent to the admissibility of electronic evidence. The application can be made to the Trial Court to direct a person to produce the certificate under Sec.65B (4) of Evidence Act on the refusal of such person to produce the same. It is further stated that the required certificate under Sec.65B (4) is unnecessary if the original document itself is produced. Arjun Panditrao Khotkar V. Kailash Kushanrao Gorantyal And Ors., 2020 3 SCC 216. News - July 2020 - Issue 02

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