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Case Analysis of M. Siddiq (D) Thr. Lrs. v/s Mahant Suresh Das 2019 SCC OnLin...

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Case Analysis of M. Siddiq (D) Thr. Lrs. v. Mahant Suresh Das 2019 SCC OnLine SC 1440 Parties to the Case: Appellant: M. Siddiq (D) Thr. Lrs. (legal representatives) v/s Respondent: Mahant S...

NOTA in India: Objective, Importance, Criticism and Suggested Improvements

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"If the right to vote is a statutory right, then the right to reject a candidate is a fundamental right of speech and expression under the Constitution."(Hon'ble Supreme Court in PUCL v UOI, 20...

The Indian Supreme Court: Protecting the Rule of Law

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As the highest court in the nation, the Indian Supreme Court is essential to upholding the rule of law and defending the rights and liberties of its residents. Since its founding in 1950, the S...

Is Absence Of Application For Condonation For Delay Along With Suit/Appeal/Re...

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It is common knowledge that complaints, suits, appeals, revisions & other modes of redressal filed before Courts/ Authorities are filed beyond the statutory timelines and due to inadvertenc...

Supreme Court: The Intricacies Of Overturning Acquittal Decisions

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The Supreme Court would ordinarily be slow to interfere in an order of acquittal. The powers of the appellate court in an appeal against acquittal are no less than in an appeal against convicti...

Amendment of Plaint Legally Permissible At Any Stage of The Suit

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Amendment of Plaint Legally Permissible At Any Stage of The SuitIt is settled law that amendment of a plaint can be made at any stage of a suit. The Apex Court in a catena of judgments have categ...

Sublato Fundamento Cadit Opus: An Established Legal Doctrine

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Sublato Fundamento Cadit Opus is a Latin legal maxim which means The foundation being removed, the structure falls.According to Oxford Reference Sublato fundamento, cadit opus means that "...

Understanding the Power and Limits of Article 32: A Human Perspective on Enfo...

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Article 32 of the Constitution confers power on the Supreme Court to issue directions, orders, or writs, including writs in the nature of habeas corpus, mandamus, prohibition, quo warranto, and cer...

No Authority Cannot Go Beyond The Contents Of A Show Cause Notice

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It is common knowledge that the Authorities often travel beyond the scope of the Show Cause Notice in Administrative/ Quasi-Judicial proceedings. The Courts have categorically held that such or...

Electoral Bonds: A Step Towards Political Transparency?

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Electoral financing stands as a cornerstone of democratic governance, serving as the lifeblood that fuels political campaigns, party activities, and policy advocacy. In democracies worldwide, t...