admitted facts need not be proved -The premium having been paid by the Appellant’s husband during his life­time, the loan was to be adjusted from the insurance policy. – Ashatai w/o Anand Duparte …Appellant versus Shriram City Union Finance Ltd. …Respondent

REPORTABLE IN THE SUPREME COURT OF INDIA CIVIL APPELLATE JURISDICTION CIVIL APPEAL NO.3962 OF 2019 (Arising out of SLP (Civil) No. 4925 of 2019) Ashatai w/o Anand Duparte …Appellant versus Shriram City Union Finance Ltd. …Respondent J U D G M E N T INDU MALHOTRA, J. Leave granted. The present Civil Appeal has been… Read More admitted facts need not be proved -The premium having been paid by the Appellant’s husband during his life­time, the loan was to be adjusted from the insurance policy. – Ashatai w/o Anand Duparte …Appellant versus Shriram City Union Finance Ltd. …Respondent

M/S. ROYAL SUNDARAM ALLIANCE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. … APPELLANT VS. MANDALA YADAGARI GOUD & ORS. … RESPONDENTS

whether the age of the a bachelor deceased or the age of the dependents would be taken into account for calculating the multiplier in the case of a motor accident  claims ?  . the insurance company, whose counsel submits that it is the age of the dependents which has to be taken into account and thus the High Court… Read More M/S. ROYAL SUNDARAM ALLIANCE INSURANCE COMPANY LTD. … APPELLANT VS. MANDALA YADAGARI GOUD & ORS. … RESPONDENTS

M/s D.J. Malpani … Appellant(s) Versus Commissioner of Central Excise, Nashik … Respondent(s)

Whether Dharmada is a part and parcel of sale price – liable for assessment ? While selling goods, the appellant-assessee charged the customers invoices for the price of goods plus Dharmada, a charitable donation. According to the appellant, the Dharmada was paid voluntarily by customers and was meant for charity.  It was accordingly credited to… Read More M/s D.J. Malpani … Appellant(s) Versus Commissioner of Central Excise, Nashik … Respondent(s)

PEER SINGH …APPELLANT(S) Versus THE STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH …RESPONDENT(S)

whether the three appellants were present at the spot or not? “Dehati   Nalishi” can  be termed to  be the  first information given to the police. The first information which is in the nature of “Dehati Nalishi” was recorded at the instance of Motisingh (PW­1), the father of the deceased.   The “Dehati Nalishi” was recorded on the… Read More PEER SINGH …APPELLANT(S) Versus THE STATE OF MADHYA PRADESH …RESPONDENT(S)

SAMPAT BABSO KALE & ANR. …APPELLANT(S) Versus THE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA …RESPONDENT(S)

Section 302/498A of Indian Penal Code (‘IPC’ for short) read with Section 34 of IPC Trail court acquitted – High Court convicted – Apex court held that Whether we can convict the accused only on the basis of these dying declarations. In a case of the present nature where the victim had 98% burns and… Read More SAMPAT BABSO KALE & ANR. …APPELLANT(S) Versus THE STATE OF MAHARASHTRA …RESPONDENT(S)

RUPALI DEVI … APPELLANT VERSUS STATE OF UTTAR PRADESH & ORS. … RESPONDENTS

“Whether a woman forced to leave her matrimonial home on account of acts and conduct that constitute cruelty can initiate and access the legal process within the jurisdiction of the courts where she is forced to take shelter with the parents or other family members”. The opinions of this Court on the aforesaid question being… Read More RUPALI DEVI … APPELLANT VERSUS STATE OF UTTAR PRADESH & ORS. … RESPONDENTS