In the matter of: Ultra Home Construction (P) Ltd. V/s Purshottam Kumar Chaubey & Ors, 227 (2016) DLT 320 (DB), the Hon’ble High Court of Delhi while interpreting Section 134 of the Trade Marks Act, 1999 and Section 62 (2) of the Copyright Act, 1957 observed that:
If the plaintiff has its principal office at place X and its branch office at place Y,... Read More
“DEFAULT BAIL” IN TIMES OF COVID-19
The indefeasible right of the accused to be released on bail in accordance with proviso (a) to Section 167 (2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (hereinafter referred to as the Cr.P.C.) in default of completion of the investigation and filing of the final report within the time allowed is a right which... Read More
The Hindu Succession Act, 1956: The Determinative Criteria Is “THE DATE OF OPENING OF SUCCESSION”
In the matter of: Arshnoor Singh V/s Harpal Kaur & Ors, Civil Appeal No. 5124/ 2019, Supreme Court of India, Date of Decision: 01.07.2019:
‘L’ was the owner of large tracts of agricultural land in Village Khangarh, District Ferozepur, Punjab.
‘L’ was survived by one son, namely,... Read More