Legal Updates 01/09/2022

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THE REQUIREMENT OF PRE-LITIGATION MEDIATION IS SATISFIED WHEN THE DEFENDANT REFUSES TO SETTLE THE DISPUTE
It has been held by the Delhi High Court that when a plaintiff offers the defendant an opportunity to settle the dispute amicably and the defendant refuses that offer, the pre-litigation meditation requirement under Section 12A of the Commercial Courts Act is satisfied.
NO PROPERTY CAN BE DEMOLISHED WITHOUT GIVING THE OPPORTUNITY OF HEARING – DEL HC
An unauthorized property cannot be demolished without providing an adequate opportunity for a hearing to the owner or resident.
IPR CASES REQUIRE URGENT INTERIM RELIEF TO PROTECT PARTIES & CONSUMERS – DELHI HC:
In intellectual property rights cases, the Delhi High Court held that urgent interim relief, including ex-parte and ad-interim relief, is extremely important because it not only involves the interests of the parties involved, but also the interests of the consumers.
KERALA HIGH COURT: YOUNGER GENERATIONS LOOK DOWN ON MARRIAGE AS AN EVIL, ENDING MARRIAGES FOR PURELY SELFISH REASONS.
In declining a divorce decree, the Kerala High Court opined that the young generation thinks marriage is an evil that can be avoided in order to enjoy free life without any obligations, and that our matrimonial relationships have also been affected by consumer culture of use and throw.
DOMINICK PIZZA IS SERIOUSLY DAMAGING THE BUSINESS AND TRADEMARK OF DOMINO’S PIZZA – DELHI HIGH COURT

Dominick Pizza was ordered by the Delhi High Court not to use a mark that is deceptively similar and identical to Domino’s as part of its interim relief granted to Domino’s.

EXPERIENCE CANNOT REPLACE THE NUMBER OF YEARS OF SERVICE WHICH IS REQUIRED IN ACCORDANCE WITH UGC STANDARDS – KERALA HIGH COURT
Kerala High Court held that a court cannot substitute its own interpretation for norms defining qualifications that have been laid down by the UGC and are undeniably clear. While experience does not substitute for the service duration stipulated by norms, the Kerala High Court has also ruled that a court cannot override norms that are clear and unambiguous.
KERALA HC STAYS THE DIRECTION OF THE SINGLE JUDGE BENCH TO RELEASE FUNDS TO KSRTC
An order passed by a single judge bench directing the state to release funds to KSRTC has been stayed by the Kerala High Court.
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