Vehicle if sold to third party need mandatory transfer under RC- supreme court

Car sold to other person but the owner did not bother to change the ownership in registration records, would attract be liable for compensation claims arising from accidents involving the vehicle even if another person owned and drove the car, the Supreme Court ruled in a appeal filed against the order of Punjab & Haryana High court. Case note …

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SC ST act – The implication/interpretation of judgement by Supreme court

Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989 – There is no absolute bar against grant of anticipatory bail in cases under the Atrocities Act if no prima facie case is made out or where on judicial scrutiny the complaint is found to be prima facie mala fide. Scheduled Castes and the …

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Judgement interpretation under 12(1) C of consumer protection act

NCDRCs Larger bench judgment on section 12(1)(c) of consumer protection act – Larger bench of National consumer disputes redressal commission, passed a judgment pertaining to interpretation of section 12(1)(c) of consumer protection act – Let’s have a look at the decision along with key factors behind it. Background The pecuniary limit of jurisdiction for NCDRC …

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