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JUDJEMENTS IN 2017

Nitika, B.A. LL.B. LPU

LATEST JUDJEMENTS IN 2017:

1. Supreme court order on prohibiting sale of the liquor with 500 meters from the national and state highways has come as a shochker to many of the states.

2. (08-05-17) Godrej and Boyce manufacturing company ltd. Vs. DY commissioner of an income tax.

SC held that section 14A of income tax would apply to a dividend income on which tax is payble under the section 115 of the act.

3. Pawan kumar gupta Vs. BR gupta.

SC held that condonation of the delay in payments of rent can take place only when defaulting tenant sue pleads with justifiable reason.

4. SC in Samir vidya sagar Bhardwaj Vs. Nandita Samir Bhardwaj

Upheld an interim order by family court in Maharashtra, which directed a husband to remove himself from his home and not to visit there until the divorce petition under challenge is finally decided.

5. SC court on Monday(03-07-17)

Issued notice to the centre on PIL seeking complete ban on the practice of female genital multilation or khatra, and demanding that it be declared as a contempt for the wilfull disobedience of SC’s order. The bench has directed him to personally appear before the court on july 10 to declare the sentence.

6. Heera lal Vs. State of Rajasthan.

In this, it held that in case of the sucide of wife, acquitted of the relatives or husband under section 498A of IPC will bar prosecution to use the presumption available under section 113A of evidence Act prove abetment to suicide under section 306 IPC.

7. Dayal singh and ors. Vs. State of Uttranchal.

It involves 3 main Important issues:

  • Where acts of omission and commission are committed by the investigating agency or other significant witness instrumental in proving the offence, what approach, in the appreciation of evidence, should be adopted.
  • Depending upon the answer to the above, what direction should be issued by the courts of competent jurisdiction
  • Whenever there is some conflict in eyes witness version and the medical evidence what effect will it have on the case of prosecution.

In this, it is held that where there is an inconsistency with the medical evidence (post martom) and an eye witness, the reliable testimony of an eye witness shall prevail.

8. (23-03-17) Ram krishan Fauji Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

It is held that an intra-court appeal cannot be filed before the devision bench of the High Court if a single bench judge has passed the order in a court of the criminal case.

9.(02-01-17) Abhiram singh Vs. C.D commachen(DEAD) by LRS and ors. New Delhi.

Seeking votes on the ground of religion is an unconstitutional. Hon’ble SC ban on seeking votes over religion, race or caste, community or language would not be allowed to play any role in the eclectoral process. Section 123(3) of the Representation of the people Act defines as “corrupt practice” appeals made by a candidate or his agents to the voting for any person on the ground of his religion, race, caste, community or language. The constitution forbids state from the mixing religion with the  politics,” ruled a seven judge constitution bench headed by the cheif justice T.S cheif justice thakur, judges S.A Bobde, Adarsh kumar Goel and L Nagesware Rao and Madam B. Lokur formed the majority opinion. Three judges Adarsh kumar Goel, U.U  Lalit and D.Y Chandrachud argued againt it maintaining this was the prerogative of parliament.

10. Landmark judgement of the Supreme Court of an India conflicted VK sarikala , Ilavarasi and Sudha-Karan in the disproportionate assets case.

11. Landmark judgement on RIGHT TO PRIVACY by the Supreme Court of India in the case of Justice K.S Puttaswamy and Anr. Vs Union of India and Ors by nine bench judgement by saying the following terms:

  • The decision in MP Sharma which holds that the right to privacy is not protected by the Constitution stands over ruled.
  • The decision in Kharak Singh to the extent that it holds that the right to privacy is not protected by the constitution stands over ruled.
  • The Right to Privacy is protected as an intrinsic part of the right to life and personal liberty under 21 and as a part of the freedoms guaranteed by Part III of the Constitution of India.

At last, the right of privacy is an inherent right, be unequivocally a fundamental right embedded in part III of the constitution of India.

  1. Landmark judgement on TRIPLE TALAQ by the Supreme Court of India in the case of Shayara Bano Vs. Union of India and ors Respondents by the Cheif Justice of India namely called Jagdish Singh Khehar by saying that the correct law of Talaq as ordaind by the Holy Quran is that talaq must be for a reasonable cause. Triple Talaq is an instant and an irrevocable. In the view of different opinions recorded, by a majority of 3:2 the practice of ‘talaq-e-biddat’- triple talaq is set aside.
  1. Supreme court has directed Government that no petition shall be entertained from any medical institution / college/ society/ trust or any party for grant of letter of permission(Lop) for the academic session.
  1. Supreme Court has held that all assets in a himdu undivided family(HUF) would be presumed to be joint property belonging to all its members and a family member has to produce evidence to stake claim over any part even if it is ‘self- acquired’.
  1. Pakistani’s Supreme Court has accepted a plea to form a five judge bench to hear the review petitions of ousted Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, his children , son-in-law and finance Minister Ishaq Dar challenging his disqualification in Panama Papers scandal.
  1. Supreme Court, while relaxing the procedure of granting divorce on ground of mutual consent, has said the period mentioned, he said that period mentioned in Section 13-B(2) of Hindu Marriage Act is not mandatory but directory, and “it will be open to court to exercise its disrcretion in the facts and circumstances of each case.

 

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