Comments Off on Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881, S.118–Pronote—Revenue stamps of 20 paise each was required for pronote and receipt, but were affixed at one place meant for pronote—Therefore, the pronote and receipt on one piece of paper with stamps at one place will not make the document as inadmissible
Comments Off on Employee’s Compensation Act, 1923-Employee Employer Relationship–A strict procedure that has to be followed by the civil courts, would not be applicable to the Commissioner especially since the matter has been discussed threadbare.
Comments Off on Evidence Act, 1872, S.65–Secondary Evidence-Once the plaintiff has duly proved the existence and loss of document sought to be proved by way of secondary evidence, he had fulfilled the requirement of Section 65
Comments Off on Newspaper Reports—A news item without any further proof of what had actually happened through witnesses is of no value. Public Interest Litigation—Locus Standi—It cannot imply merely by writing a sentence that a person is residing in the State, is public-spirited and is, thus, filing a PIL.
Comments Off on Civil Procedure Code, 1908-Cross Examination of witness-Once the interest of all the plaintiffs, under the changed circumstances, is no more common, learned trial Court ought to have afforded an opportunity to the petitioners for independently cross-examining the witnesses of the defendants so as to ensure that no prejudice is caused to the petitioners.