Punjab & Haryana High Court

2nd Jun, 2015

Party contesting court proceedings must obtain courts permission to tender evidence after third party is examined

The parties assume that a witness can be examined in any order and the parties can also bring their own versions at any time they wish. Any breach of this rule has to be viewed […]
3rd Nov, 2014

Whether a person who buys the property after notification for acquisition permitted to challenge the same on ground of lapse

Whether a subsequent vendee has any locus standi to assail the acquisition process was the issue before Court.
21st Aug, 2014

No person can be permitted to circumvent the law by trying to invoke misplaced sympathy #indianlaws

The subsequent purchaser cannot challenge the acquisition proceedings and that he would be only entitled to get the compensation.The provisions of the beneficial legislation cannot be permitted to be misused to the undue advantage of […]
30th Jun, 2014

Six months waiting period for second motion in divorce by mutual consent: no hardship to parties #indianlaws

Whether statutory waiting period of six months referred to in Section 13-B(2) of the HMA can be waived/ condoned by the Court?
30th May, 2014

Once pre-deposit is waived off, the consequential interest also has to be waived off #indianlaws

Once the realization of the principal liability was stayed and condition of pre-deposit was waived off,