Legal Updates 5th August 2021

Legal Updates 5th August 2021

1.Section 7 IBC application not barred by limitation even if filed 3 years after Corporate Debtor’s loan account declared as NPA: Supreme Court
(Source : Bar and Bench)

  1. Krishna river dispute: Andhra declines mediation, CJI recuses himself
    (Source : Hindustan Times)
  2. Noida towers built on green area palpably wrong: Supreme Court
    (Source : Times of India)
  3. Cognizance Of Section 138 NI Act Offence By Magistrate Will Not Automatically Result In Decree In Civil Suit For Cheque Dishonour : Delhi High Court
    (Source : Live Law)
  4. Parliament Passes Bill To Amend Act Regulating Major Airports In India
    (Source : Live Law)
  5. E-Way Bill Not Required For Transportation Of Used Personal Vehicle : Kerala High Court
    (Source : Live Law) 7.Madras High Court Stays NGT Office Order Mandating Suo Moto ‘Pan India’ Matters To Be Heard Only By NGT Principal Bench
    (Source : Live Law) 8.”Lawyers Charge Professional Fee & Then Abstain From Work”: Allahabad HC Refuses To Direct Time Bound Disposal Of A Case
    (Source : Live Law)
  6. Section 9 Arbitration Act will apply to foreign arbitration unless arbitration agreement expressly excludes its application: Calcutta High Court
    (Source : Bar and Bench)
  7. Order under Section 12 of Domestic Violence Act can be enforced in same manner as maintenance orders under CrPC: Karnataka High Court
    (Source : Bar and Bench)
  8. Supreme Court issues notice on PIL seeking stringent mechanism for sugarcane farmers
    (Source : India Legal Live)
  9. False impotency allegation ground for divorce says Supreme Court
    (Source : Times of India)
  10. Rummy & Poker Are Games Of Skills’ : Madras High Court While Striking Down Online Gaming Ban
    (Source : Live Law)
  11. Freedom of speech the foundation of a strong democracy: Punjab & Haryana High Court grants bail to farmer booked for sedition
    (Source : Live Law)
  12. [Treatment of Rare Diseases] Digital crowdfunding platform now operational: Centre tells Delhi High Court
    (Source : Bar and Bench)


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