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Supreme Court Disallows Amendments Seeking to Change Nature of Suit: Implications and Considerations

Supreme Court Disallows Amendments Seeking to Change Nature of Suit: Implications and Considerations

In a landmark decision delivered on February 29, 2024, the Supreme Court of India established crucial guidelines regarding amendments to lawsuits. These guidelines, outlined under Order 6 Rule 17 of the Code of Civil Procedure (CPC), clarify the limitations of such amendments. Furthermore, the ruling emphasizes the importance of three key factors: due diligence, timeliness, […]

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Appeal Against Acquittal Delay Can Be Condoned under Limitation Act: Supreme Court

Appeal Against Acquittal Delay Can Be Condoned under Limitation Act: Supreme Court

In a recent ruling, the Supreme Court declared that the delay in filing an appeal against acquittal can indeed be condoned under Section 5 of the Limitation Act, 1963. A bench comprising Justices Sudhanshu Dhulia and P.B. Varale, concurring with the High Court’s decision, emphasized the permissibility of condoning delays in such appeals under the

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Satbir Singh & Another Vs State of Haryana Criminal Appeal Nos. 17351736 of 2010

Criminal Appeal Nos. 17351736 of 2010, SATBIR SINGH & ANOTHER – the APPELLANTS Versus STATE OF HARYANA – RESPONDENT Offenses included Section 304-B of IPC (dowry death), 306 (abetment of suicide) of IPC, and 498 A (cruelty). The hon’ble supreme court held that, The accused and the deceased were married on 01.07.1944. On 31.07.1995 the

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