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CPC Order XXVII Rule 8A ‘archaic’, no exceptional treatment for Government: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently held that no exceptional treatment can be given to the Government while considering the application for stay filed by the Government in proceedings under Section 34 of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act. Section 34 … Continue reading

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No Unfair Trade Practice from Star and Airtel: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently ruled that there is no basis to conclude that Star India (P) Ltd. (“Star India”) and Bharti Airtel Limited (“Airtel”) colluded to finance the prize money for the ‘Har Seat Hot Seat’ (“HSHS contest”) … Continue reading

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Commercial wisdom of CoC is not subject to adjudicating authority purview: SC

In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court of India clarified that commercial wisdom of the committee of creditors is not subject to the adjudicating authority or the appellate authority’s purview under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code. “The NCLAT judgment which … Continue reading

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NRIs have right to possess property in Punjab/Chandigarh: SC

Upholding the constitutional validity of Section 13-B of the East Punjab Urban Rent Restriction Act, 1949 (“Act”), the Supreme Court of India clarified that non-resident Indians (“NRI”) have the right to recover immediate possession of residential or non-residential buildings in … Continue reading

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Amounts written in different inks render negotiable instrument void: MHC

The Madras High Court recently held that amounts written in different inks in a promissory note without any justification amounts to material alteration and would render the promissory note void. Any material alteration without the consent of the parties would … Continue reading

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Homebuyers are Financial Creditors under Insolvency Code: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently upheld the amendments made to the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code in 2018 (“Code”) to treat homebuyers as financial creditors. The Court said that the original provisions concerning Financial Creditors under the Code always subsumed … Continue reading

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Online subscription income can be treated as business income: ITAT

The Income Tax Appellate Tribunal (ITAT) recently held that income from online subscription services can be treated as business income and not be taxed as royalty or fee for technical services in all cases. ITAT Mumbai Bench said that for … Continue reading

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Winding up of companies fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of NCLT: NCLAT

The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) reiterated that dispute relating to oppressional mismanagement and cases where winding up of companies may be required fall within the exclusive jurisdiction of National Company Law Tribunal and cannot be referred to arbitration. … Continue reading

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Arbitration clause has no existence in an unstamped agreement: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently held that an arbitration clause has no existence until the contract containing the arbitration clause is duly stamped. “When an arbitration clause is contained “in a contract”, it is significant that the agreement only … Continue reading

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Part sale consideration or stamp duty can’t be sole criteria to hold transaction as benami: SC

The Supreme Court of India recently reiterated that the payment of part sale consideration or stamp duty by another person cannot be the sole criteria to hold the sale transaction as benami. After a review of plethora of case law, … Continue reading

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