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SUPREME COURT OF INDIA ON WHAT SHALL CONSTITUTE ‘BASIC WAGES’ UNDER THE EMPLOYEES’ PROVIDENT FUND AND MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS ACT, 1952 “Emoluments that are universally, ordinarily and necessarily paid to all shall be considered as a part of a Basic Wages” ( Please download the PDF by clicking the link below) SC on Basic Wages QUESTION...

Doctrine of Merger FACTS A Constitution Bench of the Allahabad High Court declined a reference made to reconsider the law laid down in Dr. Vishwajeet Singh and Ors. V. State of Uttar Pradesh, which dealt with the application of reservation of law in Uttar Pradesh for faculty positions in Higher Educational Institutions. The provisions of the U.P. State...

The doctrine of per incuriam versus binding precedent has had been dealt by Supreme Court of India in following occassions :  In Young v. Bristol Aeroplane Company Limited (1994) All ER 293 the House of Lords observed that `Incuria’ literally means `carelessness’. In practice per incuriam appears to mean per ignoratium. English courts have developed this...

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