Legal Update as on 16.11.2022

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  1. ALLAHABAD HC – ALLAHABAD HC GRANTS BAIL TO THE MAN ACCUSED OF BURYING A DEAD COW’S REMAINS IN A TEMPLE. – The Allahabad High Court has granted bail to a man who is accused of disgracing a temple with the remnants of a deceased cow calf in an effort to offend the public’s religious sensibilities.
    RAHEEM V. STATE OF U.P.
  1. DELHI HC – TO REGISTRAR GENERAL LOOK AT SOFTWARE POSSIBILITIES TO PRESERVE RIGHT TO DEFAULT BAIL – The Delhi High Court has ordered its Registrar General to put into effect a 2018 verdict that instructed him to investigate the potential of developing a database for district courts to protect the accused’s right to default bail.
    SHER SINGH @ RAJ BOHARA v. STATE (NCT OF DELHI)
  1. SC – BAIL CANNOT BE REVOKED FOR THE ACCUSED PERSON’S PERCEIVED MISCONDUCT ALONE BEFORE BAIL IS GRANTED – The Supreme Court has ruled that Section 439(2) CrPC is only intended to be used in situations where the accused’s freedom will compromise the requirements of a fair trial, while also observing that bail cancellation cannot be ordered simply because the accused appeared disobedient before being granted bail.
    BHURI BAI VS STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH
  1. P&H HC – A SERVICE SUBCONTRACTED FOR IS NOT AN INTERMEDIARY SERVICE. – The Punjab and Haryana High Court ruled that subcontracting for a service is not an intermediate service while rejecting a claim made by the GST Department against Genpact India.
    GENPACT INDIA PVT. LTD. VERSUS UNION OF INDIA AND OTHERS

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