Important Supreme Court judgment Pronounced [Thursday, October 25, 2018]

Important Supreme Court judgment Pronounced [Thursday, October 25, 2018]


1. Dalip Singh v. State of Haryana

Land Law – The court can interfere with the revocation of resumption of land only if the executive has not carried out its duty or acted in violation of the procedure.

2. Jitendra @ Kalla v. State of Govt of Nct of Delhi

Indian Penal Code, 1860 – Section 302 – For the offence of murder, minimum sentence is ‘life imprisonment’. For that reason, obviously, the High Court could not have modified the sentence to the one already undergone. Therefore, modification in the aforesaid manner as done by the High Court was clearly erroneous.

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3. Gopal Jha v. The Honble Supreme Court of India

Supreme Court Lawyers’ Chambers (Allotment and Occupancy) Rules – Rule 3 – Change of block period – Membership of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA) – Resident of an advocate in Delhi – It is time to reconsider as to whether requirement of residence in Delhi or New Delhi in Rule 3 of the Allotment Rules needs to be retained or it should be extended to some areas of neighbouring States which are quite close to the vicinity of the Supreme Court. May be, by fixing a particular radial distance from the Supreme Court, the problem can be tackled. As it would require consideration on so many aspects, this issue can be considered by the Judges’ Allotment Committee. It is for the Committee to take a final view on this issue, after taking into consideration all the relevant factors.
Source: firstlaw.in 

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