The Supreme Court has observed that High Court may exercise its inherent powers under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure to set aside an interlocutory order, notwithstanding the bar under...
Inherent Powers U/s 482 CrPC To Quash Interlocutory Orders Can Be Invoked Only In Exceptional Cases: SC [Read Judgment]19 Oct 2019 2:25 PM GMT
Succession To Mutawalliship By Descendant Through Female Line Not Barred: SC [Read Judgment]29 Sep 2019 7:31 AM GMT
The Supreme Court has held that there is no legal bar on cognatic heirs of the waqif from succeeding to mutawalliship.The bench comprising Justice NV Ramana, Justice Mohan M. Shantanagoudar and...
Female Descendant Cannot Be Mutawalli If Wakif Intended To Exclude Them: SC [Read Judgment]26 Sep 2019 2:08 PM GMT
SC Summons UP's Home Secretary For State's Failure To Respond To Plea19 Sep 2019 7:45 AM GMT
Burden Of Proof Ordinarily Rests On Those Who Attack The Deed, Reiterates SC [Read Judgment]18 Sep 2019 10:25 AM GMT
SC Issues Notice On Another Plea Challenging Criminalization Of Triple Talaq14 Sep 2019 9:10 AM GMT
A Party To An Agreement Cannot Be An Arbiter In His Own Cause, Reiterates SC [Read Judgment]12 Sep 2019 6:23 AM GMT
SC Issues Notice On Plea Seeking Establishment Of Gram Nyayalayas [Read Petition]2 Sep 2019 1:11 PM GMT