July 2017

Accident—Untoward Incident—Ticket not found—Deceased belong to respectable family and it is unlikely that he was traveling ticketless in the train—Claim allowed.

By | July 26th, 2017|Railways Act|

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Railways Act, 1989, S.124 (A)–Accident–Untoward Incident-Loss of ticket- Deceased was a Government employee he is supposed to carry some documents e. his official identity card or some money-Nothing was found on the personal search of deceased which is very unusual-Therefore the possibility of loss of ticket cannot be denied along with the other documents/wallet-Deceased cannot be held to be a ticket less traveler

By | July 24th, 2017|Railways Act|

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Railway Accidents and Untoward Incidents (Compensation) Rule, 1990– Negligence-At a guarded railway crossing, vehicle or person normally passes through, if the gate is open-The presumption, if the gate is open, is that no train will come—Once, the gate was open, deceased, who was driving car could not be said to be negligent.

By | July 20th, 2017|Railways Act|

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