Lexis®India E-Newsletter • Issue 8 • April 2018

Landmark Judgements 1. The Supreme Court of India, in Chhabildas vs. State of Maharashtra, through Its Secretary Urban Development and Others, has held that the drill of Section 127 must be followed in all future cases that may arise under the provisions of Section 49 of Maharashtra Regional Town Planning Act, 1966. [(2018) 3 MLJ… Read More Lexis®India E-Newsletter • Issue 8 • April 2018

Lexis®India E-Newsletter • Issue 7 • April 2018

Landmark Judgements 1. The Supreme Court of India, in Flora Elias Nahoum and Others vs. Idrish Ali Laskar, has held that in a case of sub-letting, if the tenant is able to prove that he continues to retain the exclusive possession over the tenanted premises notwithstanding any third party’s induction in the tenanted premises, no… Read More Lexis®India E-Newsletter • Issue 7 • April 2018

Lexis®India Newsletter • Issue 3 • February 2018

Landmark Judgements 1. The Supreme Court of India, in Indira Jaising vs. Supreme Court of India, Through Secretary General and Others, has held that the designation of ‘Advocates’ as ‘Senior Advocates’ as provided for in Section 16 of the Advocates Act, 1961, would pass the test of constitutionality and the endeavour should be to lay… Read More Lexis®India Newsletter • Issue 3 • February 2018

Lexis®India Newsletter • Issue 24 • December 2017

Landmark Judgements 1. The Madras High Court, in A. Ranganayaki and Another vs. Chief Manager, Southern Railway, Park Town, Chennai – 600 003 and Another, has held that the learned Single Judge was not correct in dismissing the writ petition filed by the Appellants on the ground of availability of alternative remedy. [(2017) 8 MLJ… Read More Lexis®India Newsletter • Issue 24 • December 2017

Lexis®India Newsletter • Issue 22 • November 2017

Landmark Judgements 1. The Supreme Court of India, in Raptakos, Brett and Co. Ltd. vs. Ganesh Property, has held that  the possession of the Appellant-Company for the period under consideration, pursuant to orders passed by the High Court and this Court, cannot in any view be considered as illegal or unauthorized or that of a… Read More Lexis®India Newsletter • Issue 22 • November 2017