15 July 2024

Search Results for Tag : Nature

Notifications & Circulars

Dispensing with physical signature on proposal forms(05.08.2020)

1. The Authority is in receipt of feedback from various life insurers that the situation arising in the wake of COVID-19 outbreak has impacted the tra.....

Tags : Dispensing of, Physical signature, Proposal forms


International Cases

Failure of a Registrar to sign a summons is susceptible to condonation(26.03.2020)

The crisp issue in present appeal is whether a summons which has not been signed by the registrar of the court is a nullity or a defective pleading wh.....

Tags : Summons, Signature, Peremptory requirement


Test whether a vehicle is designed for use on a road is objective(22.06.2020)

Mr Simphiwe Robert Makutoana (the deceased) was a pedestrian at the Multipurpose Terminal, Cape Town Harbour, when a large industrial vehicle Reach St.....

Tags : Accident claim, Compensation, Nature, Vehicle


Digital Signature based Online Registration of Establishments launched(24.11.2015)

The Ministry of Labour & Employment has launched Digital Signature based Online Registration of Establishments. The system requires employers register.....

Tags : Labour, epfo, digital signature, registration


Manual signatures on digitally signed invoices(19.07.2016)

The Central Board of Excise and Customs clarified that a manufacturer or service provider opting to issue invoices authenticated by digital signature .....

Tags : excise, digital signature, manual authentication



Kar. HC: No Bar on Adoption of Privately Owned Elephants Under Wildlife Protection Act(14.06.2022)

Karnataka High Court has held that Section 40 of the Wild Life (Protection) Act, 1972 permits private ownership of live elephants and there is no bar .....

Tags : Karnataka High Court, Wildlife Protection, Commercial Nature


Delay in Getting Signature of MD of Company, Sufficient Cause for Condonation of Delay: ITAT(26.11.2018)

Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ( ITAT ), Hyderabad, while condoning a delay of 92 days in filing Cross Objection filed by a Company, held that there wa.....

Tags : ITAT, Signature of MD, Condonation of Delay


Criminal Complaints can't be Quashed Just because Allegations Appear to be of Civil Nature: SC(13.02.2019)

Supreme Court has observed that criminal complaints cannot be quashed only on the ground that the allegations made therein appear to be of a civil nat.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Criminal Complaints, Criminal Complaints can't be Quashed Merely Because Allegations Appear to be of Civil Nature


Bom. HC on Mahim Nature Park: No Other Activity Permitted if Plan Shows Place to be Nature Park(03.01.2023)

Bombay High Court has held that the Mahim Nature Park cannot be exploited for development so long as it is reserved as a "Nature Park" in the Developm.....

Tags : Bombay High Court, Development, Nature Park


NGT Seeks Report on Signature Bridge Green Violations(25.04.2019)

Yamuna pollution monitoring committee, a panel formed by the National Green Tribunal (NGT), directed Delhi Pollution Control Committee (DPCC) to submi.....

Tags : National Green Tribunal, Delhi Pollution Control Committee, Yamuna, Signature Bridge


Delhi HC: In Medical Field, HOD Ought to Know Nature of Sickness and Treatment(10.05.2021)

Delhi High Court has held that in the medical field, Head of Department and the Director of a medical institution ought to know the nature of sickness.....

Tags : Delhi High Court, Nature of Sickness and Treatment


SC: Intention of Parties to be Looked Into to Consider Nature of Document(16.08.2021)

Supreme Court has observed that the intention of parties has to be looked into to consider whether a document is of absolute sale or mortgage by condi.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Nature of Document


SC: Non Compoundable Criminal Cases of Predominantly Private Nature Can Be Quashed U/s 482 CrPC(30.09.2021)

Supreme Court has observed that a High Court can quash criminal proceedings in exercise of its inherent powers under Section 482 of the Code of Crimin.....

Tags : Supreme Court, 'Non Compoundable' Criminal Cases of Predominantly Private Nature


AP HC: Disputed Signature Cannot Be Compared With Photostat Copy To Ascertain Veracity(18.11.2021)

Andhra Pradesh High Court has observed that comparing of disputed signature in the photostat copy with the original signature is impermissible in law .....

Tags : AP HC, Comparison of Signature


Bombay HC Strikes Down Provisions of Bombay Denatured Spirit Rules, 1959(26.12.2017)

Bombay High Court has held that the Bombay Denatured Spirit Rules, 1959 to the extent that they regulate the possession, use, sale, import, export and.....

Tags : Bombay High Court, Denatured Spirit


SC: If Signature on Cheque Is Admitted, Presumption Under Section 139 Will Be Raised(27.09.2021)

Supreme Court has observed that if the signature on the cheque is admitted, then presumption under Section 139 of the Negotiable Instruments Act, 1881.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Signature on Cheque


Bom. HC: To Determine if an Employee is a Workman or Not, Nature of Work Must be Analyzed(03.01.2024)

Bombay High Court has held that the predominant nature or substantial work performed by the employee has to be analysed and any designation of the emp.....

Tags : Bombay High Court, Workman, Work, Nature


P&H HC: When Signature on Cheque is Admitted, Appointment of Handwriting Expert Doesn't Arise(17.03.2022)

Punjab and Haryana High Court has upheld the view taken by the lower court that when signature over a cheque in question has not been specifically den.....

Tags : Punjab and Haryana High Court, Signature on Cheque


Kerala HC: If Signature is Admitted by Drawer, it is Immaterial if Entries Made by Another Person(17.03.2020)

Kerala High Court has held that if the drawer admits the signature in the cheque, it is immaterial whether some other person had made the entries in t.....

Tags : Kerala High Court, Signature on Cheque


SC: Criminal Proceedings Which Are of Civil Nature Should be Quashed by HC Without Hesitation(13.03.2024)

Supreme Court has held that although the inherent powers of a High Court under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure should be exercised spari.....

Tags : Supreme Court, Criminal Proceedings, Civil Nature


Gujarat HC: Labour Courts/Tribunals Must Factor Nature of Employment u/s 11A of ID Act(24.02.2022)

Gujarat High Court has held that while exercising its powers under Section 11A of the Industrial Disputes Act, 1947 (ID Act), the Labour Courts/ Tribu.....

Tags : Gujarat High Court, Nature of Employment


J&K&L HC: Dishonour of Cheque Due to Incomplete Signature Offence u/s 138 of NI Act(05.01.2022)

Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court has held that the dishonour of a cheque for the reason that there were incomplete signatures appearing on the .....

Tags : Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court, Dishonour of Cheque, Incomplete Signature



If Court finds that transaction is not for agreement of sale, no relief of refund of advance can be granted(02.01.2017)

Principal District Judge accepted case of Defendant in toto and rejected relief of specific performance. However granted decree for refund of a sum of.....

Tags : Agreement, Nature, Specific performance


Offence of attempt to murder is a serious offence, in proving its commission; prosecution is required to prove basic ingredients of murder short of death(15.07.2019)

By the instant Regular Appeal under Section 374 of Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (CrPC), the Appellant assails the judgment where-under, the Appell.....

Tags : Conviction, Injury, Nature


Interim relief paid by the Employer to its employees is not a "gift" or "inam", but is a part of wages(21.09.2017)

The judgment passed in Insurance Appeal by the High Court of Kerala is called in question in present appeal. By the impugned judgment, the High Court .....

Tags : Interim relief, Payment, Nature


Any property or money endowed for performance of any specific service or religious charity in a math or temple constitutes specific endowment(03.09.2019)

Present appeal is directed against judgment passed by the High Court, whereby the appeal filed by the Appellants under Section 70(2) of the Tamil Nadu.....

Tags : Specific endowment, Institution, Nature


Application to initiate insolvency proceedings is maintainable only when Applicant is a financial creditor under Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC).(23.10.2019)

The Appellant filed the present appeal aggrieved by the order of the Adjudicating Authority National Company Law Tribunal, whereby the Adjudicating Au.....

Tags : Nature of claim, Application, Maintainability


Offence under Section 307 of IPC is a crime against the society and so proceedings under the same cannot be quashed only on the ground of compromise(20.09.2021)

The present petition was filed under Section 482 of code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Cr.P.C) for quashing FIR registered for offences under Sections .....

Tags : Crime of serious nature, Quashing of proceedings, Compromise


Expenditure incurred for up-gradation of existing products is revenue expenditure(17.05.2022)

The issue in the present appeal relates to the allowability of the expenditure claimed as product development expenses of Rs.1,42,39,571 as revenue ex.....

Tags : Assessment, Expenditure, Nature


Substance of a document is discernible from its terms rather than the label or its nomenclature(19.10.2023)

Present appeal, is preferred by Infrastructure Leasing and Financial Services Ltd. ("IL&FS" or "the borrower") aggrieved by an order of the National C.....

Tags : Freeze order, Document, Nature


Separate prosecution for offence under Customs Act for smuggling of gold and offence under Section 16 of UAPA maintainable(01.02.2021)

The petitioners have filed this petition under Section 483 of Criminal Procedure Code, 1973 (Cr.P.C.) for quashing of FIR filed under Section 16 of Un.....

Tags : Bail Application, Nature of offence


Document proved in Court as executed by a party does not require handwriting expert opinion(10.04.2015)

Once a document is proved in the Court to have been executed, or a signature appended is proved to have been truly signed by the party concerned, it i.....

Tags : signature, expert, opinion, mandatory, evidence


Petition against appointment of additional nature guides at Ranthambore rejected(09.09.2015)

Rajasthan High Court dismissed a petition by nature guides at Ranthambore National park against the appointment of additional guides. Noting that the .....

Tags : Ranthambore, nature guide, vested interest


State has no power to legislate in respect of denatured alcohol which is incapable of human consumption(13.12.2017)

The Petitioners are manufacturers of denatured spirit and have obtained a license for manufacturing under the Rules. The Petitioners claim that they h.....

Tags : Denatured spirit, Regulation, Power of state


Mere presence of a knife on Appellant cannot impute pre-meditation on his part(23.12.2017)

The Appellant has impugned the judgment and the order on sentence passed by learned Additional Sessions Judge, whereby he has been convicted for commi.....

Tags : Conviction, Legality, Offence, Nature


True nature of document has to be determined in facts of each case; precedents, in abundance, will not suffice alone(24.10.2017)

The Plaintiff's suit for redemption of mortgage, decreed by the trial Court and affirmed in first appeal, having been reversed by the High Court, the .....

Tags : Document, Nature, Sale deed, Option to repurchase


Provision of hostel facilities to nurses so as to facilitate better medical care is a positive duty enjoined upon hospital and cannot be linked to any commercial activity(14.11.2019)

In present matter, the Appellant’s case is that Respondent No. 1/Opposite Party No. 1 had developed two buildings ‘Madhuvan’ with thirty two ‘1 BHK’ f.....

Tags : Complaint, Maintainability, Transaction, Nature