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Supreme Court Judgments With LiveLaw Citation (August 2021)

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19 July 2021 5:23 AM GMT

LL2021SC343Shubas Jain vs. Rajeshwari ShivamWrit Jurisdiction Not For Deciding 'Hotly Disputed Questions Of Facts'LL2021SC342Pramila vs. State of Uttar Pradesh ;Accused's Burden To Prove His Defence Taken U/s 313 CrPC Is Not Beyond All Reasonable DoubtsLL2021SC341Shabbir Hussain vs. State of Madhya PradeshMere Harassment Will Not Amount To Abetment Of Suicide U/s 306 IPCLL2021SC340Ramdas...


LL2021SC343

Shubas Jain vs. Rajeshwari Shivam

Writ Jurisdiction Not For Deciding 'Hotly Disputed Questions Of Facts'

LL2021SC342

Pramila vs. State of Uttar Pradesh ;

Accused's Burden To Prove His Defence Taken U/s 313 CrPC Is Not Beyond All Reasonable Doubts

LL2021SC341

Shabbir Hussain vs. State of Madhya Pradesh

Mere Harassment Will Not Amount To Abetment Of Suicide U/s 306 IPC

LL2021SC340

Ramdas Waydhan Gadlinge (Since Deceased) Vs. Gyanchand Nanuram Kriplani (Dead)

Second Appeal, After Its Admission With Formulation Of Substantial Question Of Law, Cannot Be Disposed Of Summarily

LL2021SC339

Rajinder Goel vs. High Court of Punjab & Haryana

Heavy Unexplained Bank Transactions': Supreme Court Upholds Compulsory Retirement Penalty Imposed On Judicial Officer

LL2021SC338

Neeraj Garg vs. Sarita Rani

Avoid Unnecessary Remarks On Counsel's Conduct': Supreme Court Expunges Remarks Made Against Lawyer By Uttarakhand High Court

LL2021SC337

Commissioner of Income Tax (Exemption) vs. Batanagar Education and Research Trust

Entity Which Misuses Status Conferred U/s 12AA Income Tax Act Not Entitled To Retain It: Supreme Court Upholds Cancellation Of Registration Of A Trust

LL2021SC336

Banka Sneha Sheela vs. State of Telangana


Possible Apprehension Of Breach Of 'Law And Order ' Cannot Be A Ground For Preventive Detention

LL 2021 SC 335

Medical Council of India vs. Ritwik

Benefit Of 'Krishna Sradha' Judgment Can Be Availed Only If NEET Candidate Approached Court Without Any Delay: Supreme Court








 


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