Legal Update as on 06.05.2023

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  1. PAPER LEAKS ENDANGER THE CAREER OF SINCERE AND HONEST STUDENTS, ACCORDING TO RAJ. HC – The Rajasthan High Court has noted that miscreants’ actions, such as paper leaks and other malpractices, are wreaking havoc on society, endangering the careers of sincere and honourable students, and thoroughly demoralising them.
    BHAGIRATH VS. STATE OF RAJASTHAN AND ORS S.B.
  1. SALES TAX ON GOODS TRANSFERRED IN WORKS CONTRACT; ASSESSEE TO PAY SERVICE TAX ON SERVICE ELEMENT – According to the Supreme Court, the assessee is required to pay service tax on the service component of the works contract and may only claim CENVAT Credit on that amount, while the commodities transferred in the works contract are subject to sales tax.
    CC AND CE AND ST, NOIDA VS M/S INTERARCH BUILDING PRODUCTS PVT LTD
  1. SIKKIM HC: NI ACT SECTION 138 OFFENCES MAY BE COMPOUND AT ANY STAGE – The Sikkim High Court ruled that offences under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments (NI) Act may be compounded at any time, regardless of the provisions of Section 320(9) of the Criminal Procedure Code.
    ALPESH NARENDRA SHAH AND ANOTHER VS MANOJ AGARWAL
  1. SC: CRUCIAL QUESTIONS MUST BE ASKED BY THE TRIAL JUDGE – The Supreme Court has indicated that they shouldn’t be a silent observer in the criminal procedures, even though they have noted that the trial judge has enormous powers to ask whatever question he pleases, in any form, at any time, of any witness, or of the parties, regarding any fact relevant or irrelevant.
    DINESH KUMAR V. THE STATE OF HARYANA

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