Legal Update as on 18.11.2022

legal-updates
  1. J&K&L HC – HC STAYS FFRC ORDER REVOKING PVT. SCHOOLS’ ABILITY TO CHARGE A FEE FROM NOV. 2022 THROUGH MARCH 2023 – The Jammu and Kashmir and Ladakh High Court has overturned a decision made by the Committee for Fixation and Regulation of Fee of Private Schools, J&K, Srinagar (FFRC), which prohibited all private school administrations from assessing and collecting annual fees from November 2022 to March 2023.
    TYNDALE BISCOE SCHOOL & ORS VS UNION TERRITORY OF JAMMU AND KASHMIR & ORS
  1. SC: JUDICIAL REVIEW POWER AND THE GOVERNMENT’S ABILITY TO RECONSIDER A PRIOR GOVERNMENT DECISION ARE NOT COMPARABLE – The Supreme Court has ruled that the executive’s authority to investigate the actions of the previous administration cannot be compared to the judiciary’s authority to “review” a ruling.
    STATE OF ANDHRA PRADESH V. VARLA RAMAIAH
  1. KERALA HC – NON-DELIVERY OF DEMAND NOTICE IS NOT A CAUSE TO QUASH A COMPLAINT – Despite the fact that the demand notice sent in the local language was returned as undeliverable, the Kerala High Court refused to dismiss a case filed under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act.
    K.P. RAMACHANDRAN NAIR & ANR. V. STATE OF KERALA & ANR.
  1. HC: A CIVIL COURT ORDER SHALL SUPERSEDE A MAHARASHTRA MONEY-LENDING ACT FINDING – According to the Bombay High Court, an order issued under Section 18(2) of the Money Lending (Regulation) Act, 2014 for the same cause of action will be superseded by the Civil Court’s decision in the preceding lawsuit.
    BHANUDAS S/O RAMCHANDRA SHINDE V. STATE OF MAHARASHTRA AND ORS.
  1. SC – IF AN INJURY RESULTS IN PERMANENT DISABILITY, ONE MAY CLAIM COMPENSATION FOR FUTURE PROSPECTS. – In accident cases involving catastrophic injuries leading to permanent disability, the Supreme Court has ruled that compensation for future prospects may be demanded.
    SIDRAM VS DIVISIONAL MANAGER UNITED INDIA INSURANCE CO. LTD.
  1. SC – HC PRACTICE OF ALLOWING PLEAS IN SARFAESI CASES WITHOUT EXHAUSTING ALTERNATIVE REMEDY IS DISAPPROVED BY SC – The practise of high courts to consider writ petitions submitted in SARFAESI cases without first utilizing the available statutory remedies has been condemned by the Supreme Court.
    VARIMADUGU OBI REDDY VS B. SREENIVASULU

Legal Disclaimer: The information contained in this blog post is for general information and educational purposes only. Nothing contained in this blog post should be construed as legal advice from The Aran Law Firm or the individual author, nor is it intended to be a substitute for legal counsel on any subject matter.

Tags :

Share This:

Legal Updates