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Seven Tips On Successful Arguement from AMLEGALS

Arguement Matters A success in a litigation demands various factors and there is no short cut for the same . AMLEGALS is sharing only  seven tips on successful arguement during litigation as below  : 1. Be Correct on Facts Judges are more intelligent than a litigant but a clever litigant should disclose all facts correctly…

201505.12
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What is Locus Standi

Origin In Latin , literally ‘place of standing’. The word locus (plural loci) is Latin for “place”. “Locus standi”  is Latin for ‘place to stand’ In Law  the right of a party to appear and be heard before a court The right or capacity to bring an action or to appear in a court: 3. the right to bring an…

201505.09
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Bombay High Court Decision in Salman Khan Case

IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT BOMBAY CRIMINAL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CRIMINAL APPLICATION NO.592 of 2015 IN CRIMINAL APPEAL NO.572 OF 2015 SALMAN SALIM KHAN .. APPLICANT Versus THE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA .. RESPONDENT ­­­ Mr.Amit   Desai,   Sr.Advocate   with   Mr.Gopal   Krishna   Shenoy, Mr.Shrikant   Shivade,   Mr.Niranjan   Mundargi,   Mr.Anand   Desai, Ms.Chandrima Mitra and Mr.Manhar S. Saini, Advocates i/b DSK Legal for the applicant. Mr.Sandeep K. Shinde, Public Prosecutor with Mr.Deepak Thakre, APP and Mr.P.D. Gharat, APP  for the Respondent State. ­­­    CORAM :   ABHAY M. THIPSAY, J. DATED  :    8th  MAY,  2015 ­­­ P.C. : 1 The   Appeal   filed   by…

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Appeal to High Court Not Maintainable Against An Order Of Tribunal Passed With Consent

Recently, Honourable  High Court of Allahabad in Central Excise Appeal  No. – 444 of 2010 of Commissioner, Central Excise, Meerut-I, Versus  M/S Suraj & Company, reported in 2014(36) S.T.R.1252(All.) held that an appeal to High Court is not maintainable against an order of Tribunal which is itself Passed With Consent of both the parties ….