Agreement to enter into an agreement is neither enforceable nor does it confer any right upon the parties.
Section 17(1A) of Registration Act 1908, is exception to the proviso Section 49 of Registration Act 1908.
Without prior permission from the Register Public Trust , the trust property cannot be alienated.
1. Principle of finality of litigation cannot be pressed to the extent of such absurdity that it becomes engine of fraud in the hands of dishonest litigants.
2. Averment of Plaint is germane while deciding the application under Order 7 Rule 11 C.P.C. and disputed question of fact cannot be decided at time of considering application under Order 7 Rule 11 C.P.C.
Burden of proof on prosecution does not extend to establish facts which are "especially" within the konwledge of the accused.
Nither Section 103 or 106 of Evidence Act absolve the prosecution from duty of discharging primary or general burden of proving prosecution case beyond reasonable doubt.
Promotion is not a fundamental right of Government servant, but right to be considered for promotion is a fundamental right, which has to be considered in just and fair manner according to the established principles governing the service jurisprudence.
Notification issued under Section 24(4) of the Right to Information Act, 2005 exempting the Anti Corruption Bureau from the operation of the RTI Act would not prevent the Public Information Officer to supply information relating to the allegations of corruption.
The circumstances in which review DPC can be ordered by this Court.
Laying requirement before the Legislative Assembly, of the Rules under Section 258(4) of the Chhattisgarh Land Revenue Code, 1959, is
directory in nature.
Substantive and independent application under Section 151 of the CPC for return of stridhan would be maintainable before the Family
Court under Explanation (c) to sub-section (1) of Section 7 of the Family Courts Act, 1984.
The claim of PF dues will have priority over claim of secured creditors under the SARFAESI Act, 2002.
Unless there is order of escheat in favour of the Government by the competent Court, the property cannot be dissolved in favour of the Government.
If on certain relevant issues, the cross-examination is not being carried out it will be deemed to be accepted.
In absence of specific denial of allegation in the written statement, it would be deemed to be admitted.
The objection as to non-joinder of parties is required to be taken at the first instance as per Order-1 Rule-13 of the C.P.C.