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Circumstantial evidence on Two views – Acquitted

Supreme Court of India PETITIONER:SHARAD BIRDHI CHAND SARDA Vs. RESPONDENT:STATE OF MAHARASHTRA DATE OF JUDGMENT17/07/1984 BENCH:FAZALALI, SYED MURTAZA VARADARAJAN, A. (J) MUKHARJI, SABYASACHI (J) CITATION: 1984 AIR 1622 1985 SCR (1) 88 1984 SCC (4) 116 1984 SCALE (2)445 CITATOR INFO : D 1988 SC1101…

Distinction between S 14(1) and S 14(2) of Hindu succession Act relating to property rights of woman

Supreme Court of India PETITIONER:V. TULASAMMA & ORS. Vs. RESPONDENT:V. SESHA REDDI (DEAD) BY L. Rs. DATE OF JUDGMENT17/03/1977 BENCH:BHAGWATI, P.N.,GUPTA, A.C.,FAZALALI, SYED MURTAZA CITATION: 1977 AIR 1944 1977 SCR (3) 261 1977 SCC (3) 99 CITATOR INFO : R 1978 SC 361 (5) R…

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