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Whether prosection can produce additional documents after submitting chargesheet

Supreme Court of India Bench: M.B. Shah, Brijesh Kumar, D.M. Dharmadhikari CASE NO.:Appeal (crl.) 1045 of 2000 PETITIONER:CENTRAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION Vs. RESPONDENT:R.S. PAI AND ANOTHER DATE OF JUDGMENT: 03/04/2002 BENCH:M.B. Shah, Brijesh Kumar & D.M. Dharmadhikari JUDGMENT:Shah, J. Short question iswhether prosecution can produce…

Whether it is mandatory for a party to amend his pleading if opposite party amends its pleading?

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA Appeal (civil) 2896 of 2001 Decided On: 04.02.2002 Gurdial Singh Vs. Raj Kumar Aneja and Ors. Hon’ble Judges/Coram:R.C. Lahoti and Brijesh Kumar, JJ. 1. There is a property described as ‘Gurdial Complex’ situated at SCO 1108-1109. Sector 22-B, Chandigarh….

What factors are to be considered while deciding issue of comparative hardship in case tenancy dispute?

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA Civil Appeal No. 321 of 1999 Decided On: 15.01.2003 Badrinarayan Chunilal Bhutada Vs. Govindram Ramgopal Mundada Hon’ble Judges/Coram: R.C. Lahoti and Brijesh Kumar, JJ. Citation: AIR 2003 SC 2713 JUDGMENT 2003(1) SCR 329 The Judgment of the Court was…

When it is not permissible for court to apply doctrine of relation back while allowing amendment of pleading?

Supreme Court of India CASE NO.:Appeal (civil) 5839 of 2002 PETITIONER:SAMPATH KUMAR RESPONDENT:AYYAKANNU AND ANR. DATE OF JUDGMENT: 13/09/2002 BENCH:R.C. LAHOTI & BRIJESH KUMAR JUDGMENT: JUDGMENT 2002 Supp(2) SCR 397 The following Order of the Court was delivered : Leave granted. The plaintiff-appellant filed a…

Conviction will attract present disqualification

Supreme Court of India CASE NO.: Writ Petition (civil) 242 of 2001 PETITIONER:B.R. KAPOOR Vs. RESPONDENT:STATE OF TAMIL NADU AND ANR. DATE OF JUDGMENT: 21/09/2001 BENCH:G.B. Pattanaik, S.P. Bharucha , Brijesh Kumar , Y.K. Sabharwal & Ruma Pal JUDGMENT: With W.P.(C) No. 245 of 2001, W.P.(C)…

SC: Divorce – Mental Cruelty

Supreme Court of India CASE NO.:Appeal (civil) 3930 of 2002 PETITIONER:PARVEEN MEHTA Vs. RESPONDENT:INDERJIT MEHTA DATE OF JUDGMENT: 11/07/2002 BENCH:D.P. MOHAPATRA, BRIJESH KUMAR. JUDGMENT:D.P.MOHAPATRA,J. Leave granted. What is the meaning and import of the expression ‘cruelty‘ as a matrimonial offence is the core question on…

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