for invoking Section 17 of the 1963 Act, two ingredients have to be pleaded and duly proved. One is existence of a fraud and the other is discovery of such fraud. In the present case, since the plaintiff failed to establish the existence of fraud, there is no occasion for its discovery. Thus, the plaintiff cannot be extended the benefit under the said provision.

https://freelegalconsultancy.blogspot.com/2020/11/for-invoking-section-17-of-1963-act-two.html The dispute between the parties pertains to a General Power of Attorney (GPA) purported to have been executed by the plaintiff on 28.06.19903   in favour of defendant No. 1 and consequently sale deeds executed by defendant No. 1 as an attorney of the plaintiff. Sale deeds dated 29.06.1990 and 03.07.1990 purported to have been executed directly by the plaintiff are also disputed by the plaintiff. The case of the plaintiff is that the defendants sought her signatures on blank papers in the year 1990 under the guise of preparation and processing of documents for the purpose of getting the estate left behind by their father mutated in their names. Reposing complete trust in her step brothers, the plaintiff  signed the papers and handed it  over to  the  person tasked for that purpose by the step brothers ­ defendant Nos. 3 to   6.   In a wedding function of a relative at Jalandhar in February   2001,   where   the   plaintiff   and   her   step   brothers   ­ defendant Nos. 3 to 6 were present, one of her cousins Rustam Singh had mentioned to her in a conversation that the defendant Nos. 3 to 6 had sold a part of the property which they jointly held with the plaintiff. The   plaintiff   claimed   the aforementioned documents to be a result of fraud perpetrated… Read More for invoking Section 17 of the 1963 Act, two ingredients have to be pleaded and duly proved. One is existence of a fraud and the other is discovery of such fraud. In the present case, since the plaintiff failed to establish the existence of fraud, there is no occasion for its discovery. Thus, the plaintiff cannot be extended the benefit under the said provision.

Territorial – Jurisdiction of the Pensioner – where he resides and where he draws his pension –

Stoppage of pension and asking for refund of more than Rs. 08 lakhs amount had serious adverse effect on the petitioner, who was staying at his native place Darbhanga. A retired employee, who is receiving pension, cannot be asked to go to another 34 court to file the writ petition, when he has a cause… Read More Territorial – Jurisdiction of the Pensioner – where he resides and where he draws his pension –

Summoning the service records to show that at the time of execution of a document, the person was on duty – not maintainable at the fag end despite of directions to dispose of the case. in the absence of pleadings to that effect.

https://freelegalconsultancy.blogspot.com/2020/11/summoning-service-records-to-show-that.htmlSummoning the service records to show that at the time of execution of a document, the person was on duty – not maintainable at the fag end despite of  directions to dispose of the case. in the absence of pleadings to that effect.  The suit in Original Suit No. 107/2010 is filed for cancellation of… Read More Summoning the service records to show that at the time of execution of a document, the person was on duty – not maintainable at the fag end despite of directions to dispose of the case. in the absence of pleadings to that effect.

To overcome the issue of overlapping jurisdiction, and avoid conflicting orders being passed in different proceedings, it has become necessary to issue directions in this regard, so that there is uniformity in the practice followed by the Family Courts/District Courts/Magistrate Courts throughout the country.

https://freelegalconsultancy.blogspot.com/2020/11/to-overcome-issue-of-overlapping.html Final Directions In view of the foregoing discussion as contained in Part B – I to V of this judgment, we deem it appropriate to pass the following directions in exercise of our powers under Article 142 of the Constitution of India : (a) Issue of overlapping jurisdiction  To overcome the issue of overlapping… Read More To overcome the issue of overlapping jurisdiction, and avoid conflicting orders being passed in different proceedings, it has become necessary to issue directions in this regard, so that there is uniformity in the practice followed by the Family Courts/District Courts/Magistrate Courts throughout the country.

whether while releasing the appellant­accused on default bail/statutory bail under Section 167(2), Cr.P.C., any condition of deposit of amount as imposed by the High Court, could have been imposed?

https://freelegalconsultancy.blogspot.com/2020/10/whether-while-releasing.html The   circumstances   while   considering   the   regular   bail application   under   Section   437   Cr.P.C.   are   different,   while considering the application for default bail/statutory bail.  Under the circumstances, the condition imposed by the High Court to deposit Rs.8,00,000/­, while releasing the appellant on default bail/ statutory bail is unsustainable and deserves to be quashed and set aside. 10. Now so far as condition no. (d) imposed by the High Court, namely, directing the appellant to report before the concerned police   station   daily   at   10:00   a.m.,   until   further   orders,  … Read More whether while releasing the appellant­accused on default bail/statutory bail under Section 167(2), Cr.P.C., any condition of deposit of amount as imposed by the High Court, could have been imposed?

ACQUITTAL IN MARTIMONIAL CRIMINAL CASES – NO STIGMA FOR APPOINTMENTS

https://freelegalconsultancy.blogspot.com/2020/10/acquittal-in-martimonial-criminal-cases.html quashing the orders dated 14.09.2018, 18.07.2018 and 21.09.2019 by which appellant has been 2 held not suitable for being appointed to the post of District Judge (Entry Level). The High Court of Madhya Pradesh issued an advertisement dated 09.03.2017 inviting applications for recruitment in the post of District Judge(Entry Level) in the cadre of… Read More ACQUITTAL IN MARTIMONIAL CRIMINAL CASES – NO STIGMA FOR APPOINTMENTS

an application for intervention so as to enable him to seek extension of time for transporting the mineral allegedly extracted on or before 15.03.2018.

https://freelegalconsultancy.blogspot.com/2020/10/an-application-for-intervention-so-as.html whether royalty had already been paid or not assumed significance in the second   round   of   litigation,   in   respect   of   the   minerals excavated/mined on or before 15.03.2018 and removed to jetties. The order dated 04.04.2018 in SLP(C)Nos.8483 & 8484 of 2018, and the order dated 11.05.2018 in SLP(C)No.12449 of 2018 used the expression “royalty paid ore”, in the context of the mineral removed from the mines and brought to the jetties on or before 15.03.2018.   Therefore, the first objection of  Goa  Foundation cannot be sustained.   In any case the acceptance of the said objection   would   tantamount   to   reviewing   the   judgment   dated 30.01.2020, without an application for review.    Coming to the second contention, the same revolves around Rule 12(1)(hh)  of   The   Minerals  (Other than Atomic  and Hydro 10 Carbon Energy Minerals) Concession Rules, 2016, which reads as follows:­ “… (hh)  if at the end of six calendar months after the expiry or… Read More an application for intervention so as to enable him to seek extension of time for transporting the mineral allegedly extracted on or before 15.03.2018.

Amendment of election petition in respect of material pleadings after other side took objections for lack of material pleadings – not maintainable. ; All contested candidates are necessary parties to the election petition =

https://freelegalconsultancy.blogspot.com/2020/10/amendment-of-election-petition-in.html Amendment of election petition in respect of material pleadings after other side took objections for lack of material pleadings – not maintainable. It is only after two months of the first respondent filing I.A. No.4 of 2019 that the petitioner herein moved an application in I.A.No.1 of 2020 for amendment of the pleadings by incorporating one paragraph, after the existing para 30 of the election petition. To be precise I.A. No.1 of 2020 was filed on 11.02.2020 seeking to   incorporate   one   paragaraph   as   para   30(a)   in   the   original election petition. This proposed additional paragraph comprised of two parts, one relating the alleged corrupt practices and the other relating to the requirements of section 101 (b) of the Act. By the   order   impugned  … Read More Amendment of election petition in respect of material pleadings after other side took objections for lack of material pleadings – not maintainable. ; All contested candidates are necessary parties to the election petition =

important questions of law pertaining to the interpretation and working of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 (hereinafter referred to as “Act, 2005”). whether the appellant had made any unambiguous admission about the respondent’s ownership rights in respect of the suit premises; if she has and her only defence to being dispossessed there from is her right of residence under the DV Act, then the Trial Court shall, before passing a decree of possession on the wife premise of ownership rights, ensure that in view of the subsisting rights of the appellant under the DV Act, she is provided with an alternate accommodation as per Section 19(1)(f) of the DV Act, which will continue to be provided to her till the subsistence of her matrimonial relationship. =

https://freelegalconsultancy.blogspot.com/2020/10/important-questions-of-law-pertaining.html The appellant filed a Suit No.792/2017 impleading the respondent as sole-defendant for mandatory and permanent injunction and also for recovery of damages/mesne profit. Plaintiff’s case in the suit was that he is a senior citizen of 76 years old, the defendant is in occupation of two bed rooms with attached dressing and bath rooms… Read More important questions of law pertaining to the interpretation and working of the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005 (hereinafter referred to as “Act, 2005”). whether the appellant had made any unambiguous admission about the respondent’s ownership rights in respect of the suit premises; if she has and her only defence to being dispossessed there from is her right of residence under the DV Act, then the Trial Court shall, before passing a decree of possession on the wife premise of ownership rights, ensure that in view of the subsisting rights of the appellant under the DV Act, she is provided with an alternate accommodation as per Section 19(1)(f) of the DV Act, which will continue to be provided to her till the subsistence of her matrimonial relationship. =