Karnataka High Court

3rd Apr, 2016

Writ Petitions against order passed by DRT in exercise of jurisdiction U/s 17 of the SARFAESI Act cannot be entertained #indianlaws

Writ petition under Article 226 of the Constitution should not be entertained when the alternate remedy is available under the Act, unless exceptional circumstances are made out. The writ remedy cannot be permitted to be […]
19th Jun, 2014

Mere denial of liability in Cheque dishonour is not sufficent shift burden on complainant #indianlaws

Mere distorted version or mere taking up the plea or the defence that accused is not liable to pay any amount or be discharged the amount are not sufficient to put back the burden on to […]
9th Jun, 2014

Subsequent purchaser can seek declaration as to that acquisition has lapsed #indianlaws

There is no bar for a subsequent purchaser to seek declaration as to the scheme of Acquistion having lapsed.