SC: Limitation Act stricto sensu does not apply to the writ jurisdiction.

The Hon’ble Supreme Court, on 6th November 2020, in the matter of Vetindia Pharmaceuticals Limited observed that the Limitation Act stricto sensu does not apply to the writ jurisdiction. It is not a mandatory requirement that every delayed petition must be dismissed on the ground of delay. The Hon’ble Supreme Court observed that: There is no doubt […]

SC: In cases of recovery of public money interim orders should generally not be passed without hearing the secured creditor

The Hon’ble Supreme Court, on 5th November 2020, in the matter of C. Bright v. The District Collector & Ors. pronounced that in cases relating to recovery of the dues of banks, financial institutions and secured creditors, interim orders should generally not be passed without hearing the secured creditor as interim orders defeat the very purpose […]

SC lays down guidelines for grant of maintenance/interim maintenance in family matters

The Hon’ble Supreme Court, on 4th November 2020, in the matter of Rajnesh v. Neha & Anr. laid down guidelines to ensure that there is uniformity and consistency in deciding an application for grant of maintenance / interim maintenance in family matters. The Hon’ble Supreme Court observed that: There are different statutes providing for making […]