CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE, 1908, Order 6 Rules 2 and 4 EVIDENCE ACT, 1872, Section 13 Pleadings Proof The learned counsel for the respondents also rightly submitted that even if the theory of illatom son-in-law
[2018 (4) ALT 301 ( S.B. ) ,25-06-2018]
PUBLIC PREMISES (EVICTION OF UNAUTHORISED OCCUPANTS) ACT, 1971, Sections 4, 5 and 9 Eviction from public property The petitioners filed W.P.No. 2366 of 1995 wherein an order of status quo was passed It was contended,
[2018 (4) ALT 317 ( D.B. ) ,22-06-2018]
EVIDENCE ACT, 1872, Sections 34 and 101 Veracity of entries in books of accounts Burden of proof The plaintiff, in the facts and circumstances of the case, has proved that he is the lawful owner
[2018 (4) ALT 343 ( S.B. ) ,21-06-2018]
SERVICE LAW Compulsory transfer Cadre management Power of judicial review Petitioner is challenging the extension of cut off date Held, transfer exercise per force requires formulation of guidelines/framing of rules dealing with all
[2018 (4) ALT 397 ( S.B. ) ,21-06-2018]
SECURITISATION AND RECON-STRUCTION OF FINANCIAL ASSETS AND ENFORCEMENT OF SECURITIES INTEREST ACT, 2002, Sections 17 and 13(4) Scope of measure Auction Sale Prayer in the Securitisation Application was amended and a challenge was laid to
[2018 (4) ALT 404 ( D.B. ) ,19-06-2018]
A.P. STATE AND SUBORDINATE SERVICE RULES, 1996, Rule 5(b) Promotion pending disciplinary proceedings Promotion based on Seniority Bar for Granting Promotion Whether petitioner is entitled for promotion pending disciplinary proceedings Held, non-selection post,
[2018 (4) ALT 413 ( S.B. ) ,18-06-2018]
LIMITATION ACT, 1963, Section 5 RECOVERY OF DEBTS AND BANKRUPTCY ACT, 1993 SECURITISATION AND RECON-STRUCTION OF FINANCIAL ASSETS AND ENFORCEMENT OF SECURITY INTEREST ACT, 2002, Section 17(1) Applicability Petition filed under Section 5 of
[2018 (4) ALT 283 ( D.B. ) ,15-06-2018]
A.P. SCHEDULED CASTES AND SCHEDULED TRIBES (PREVENTION OF ATROCITIES) ACT, 1989, Section 3(1)(x) PENAL CODE, 1860, Sections 447 and 506 Difference in name Plea of Alibi Additional District and Sessions Judge, allowed the petition
[2018 (2) ALT(CRI.)(A.P) 335 ( S.B. ) ,15-06-2018]
SERVICE LAW Appointment as Trained Graduate Teacher Subject mentioned as Subsidiary Requisite Qualification Words and Phrases Subsidiary Petitioners are seeking employment as TGT in Social Studies On verification of the certificates produced
[2018 (4) ALT 314 ( S.B. ) ,14-06-2018]
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE CODE, 1973, Section 397 Examination of Omitted witnesses by Magistrate Whether a Magistrate shall invariably examine all the list mentioned witnesses in a complaint case exclusively triable by Court of Session Whether Sessions
[2018 (2) ALT(CRI.)(A.P) 325 ( S.B. ) ,14-06-2018]
SERVICE LAW Period of suspension Entitlement for Pay and allowances Whether the respondent is entitled for pay and allowances during the period of his suspension Held, 2nd petitioner has no authority to pass orders
[2018 (4) ALT 297 ( D.B. ) ,13-06-2018]
CONSTITUTION OF INDIA, 1950, Article 226 Writ of certiorari Grant of interim order It is evident, from the order under appeal, that the appellants herein were represented by Counsel during the hearing of the Writ
[2018 (4) ALT 226 ( D.B. ) ,12-06-2018]
LETTERS PATENT, 1895 Appeal to Division Bench Clause 15 of the Letters Patent provides for an appeal from the Courts of original jurisdiction to the High Court in its appellate jurisdiction An appeal does not
[2018 (4) ALT 226 ( D.B. ) ,12-06-2018]
CONSTITUTION OF INDIA, 1950, Article 226 Discretionary jurisdiction The paramount consideration, in the exercise of jurisdiction in the public law domain, is that the exercise of discretion of Superior Courts should be guided by public interest
[2018 (4) ALT 226 ( D.B. ) ,12-06-2018]
CONSTITUTION OF INDIA, 1950, Article 226 Writ petition Alternate remedy We may not be understood to have held that, despite the existence of an alternate statutory remedy, this Court should invariably entertain a writ petition
[2018 (4) ALT 226 ( D.B. ) ,12-06-2018]
SERVICE LAW GRAMIN DAK SEVAK (CONDUCT AND EMPLOYMENT) RULES, 2001 Charge memorandum for unauthorized absence Inordinate delay Respondent was permitted to report for duty on 30.07.2007, he continued to be absent up to 07.10.2007
[2018 (4) ALT 261 ( D.B. ) ,12-06-2018]
A.P. ESTATES ABOLITION ACT, 1948, SECTION 3-F A.P. (ANDHRA AREA) ENDOWMENTS AND ESCHEATS REGULATION, 1817 RELIGIOUS ENDOWMENTS ACT, 1863 MADRAS HINDU RELIGIOUS ENDOWMENTS ACT, 1925 MADRAS HINDU RELIGIOUS ENDOWMENTS ACT, 1927, Sections 44 (b)
[2018 (4) ALT 354 ( S.B. ) ,12-06-2018]
CIVIL PROCEDURE CODE, 1908, Order 6 Rules 2 and 4, Order 41 Rules 2 and 30 Appellate Court deciding appeal beyond the scope of pleadings Permissibility It is thus suffice to say, the lower appellate
[2018 (4) ALT 354 ( S.B. ) ,12-06-2018]
CONTRACT ACT, 1872, Section 56 Frustration of Contract Vis Major Liability to Pay Compensation Held, neither party had foreseen the impending devastating cyclone when they entered into contract Aftermath of cyclone was such
[2018 (4) ALT 200 ( S.B. ) ,08-06-2018]
CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT, 1986, Sections 12 and 27 Continuance of Petition under Section 27 Issuance of non bail-able warrants Abuse of process of law Forum has issued non-bailable warrants to the petitioners in E.A.No.3
[2018 (4) ALT 277 ( D.B. ) ,07-06-2018]