According to S. 156(3) CrPC, the magistrate does not take cognizance of the offense when directing the police investigation: Supreme Court

 According to S. 156(3) CrPC, the magistrate does not take cognizance of the offense when directing the police investigation: Supreme Court

 Generally speaking, accepting cognizance means admitting that an offense has been committed. A magistrate is said to take cognizance when he sends an accused person for trial after taking into account an offense that was committed before the current offense, even though there is no formal legal process involved. Section Read more…

On perusal, we find that the High Court, while passing both the impugned judgments, has not only called for the records and rendered findings of fact, but has also considered them in detail : Supreme Court

On perusal, we find that the High Court, while passing both the impugned judgments, has not only called for the records and rendered findings of fact, but has also considered them in detail : Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Friday had given its judgment on the case it Sunita Devi versus The State of Bihar. The case started with the criminal appeal which was filed by the informant against the order passed by the Division Bench of the High Court of Patna in which they Read more…

1If we were to hold that even by way of a prospective application, notwithstanding the non-compliance under the CrPC, 1989, the appellant shall be permitted to prosecute the respondents, we would only be applying CrPC, 1973 retrospectively which as discussed is not permissible: Supreme court

1If we were to hold that even by way of a prospective application, notwithstanding the non-compliance under the CrPC, 1989, the appellant shall be permitted to prosecute the respondents, we would only be applying CrPC, 1973 retrospectively which as discussed is not permissible: Supreme court

The Supreme Court on Friday, 17th May. 2024 had given its judgment on the case of National Investigation Agency, New Delhi versus Owais amin @ Cherry and others. In the case, the appellant side who were from the National Investigation Agency( NIA) had filed an instant appeal before the Supreme Read more…

The crux of the above decision is that when a dealership agreement is to be cancelled, it has to be so done strictly in consonance with Rules/Guidelines framed in that regard: Supreme Court

The crux of the above decision is that when a dealership agreement is to be cancelled, it has to be so done strictly in consonance with Rules/Guidelines framed in that regard: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Friday,17th May,2024 had given its judgment on the case of M/S. HINDUSTAN PETROLEUM CORPORATION LIMITED & ORS versus DHARAMNATH SINGH & OTHERS. In the ongoing case, these appeals which had been passed  as the Special leave judgment on the date of 5h May,2019. This special leave Read more…