After reading this case analysis you will learn the amount of care and precaution required to be taken by the Court in dowry death cases where the suit can be malicious or truthful.
Read this judgement to find out how the High Court gave protection to accused under Section 79 in view of the prevailing superstition in the society at that time as the same was justified to be a mistake of fact.
Read this case law concerning suicide of a girl where the judgement was decided by the Bombay High Court based on the evidence available.
After reading this case analysis you will learn the stance of the Supreme Court on payment of minimum wages to prisoners who are required to do labour during their term of rigorous imprisonment
The judgment was a path breaking decision wherein the Apex Court of India held that the Constitution of India was superior to the Constitution of J&K and secondly, that the provisions of SARFAESI were applicable to the State of Jammu and Kashmir.
By way of this judgment it will be clear that a piece of property was mortgaged with SBI and the property also had tax liability imposed on it as per the State legislation. While deciding whose claim was prior, it was held that tax liability was prior to mortgage liability to the bank.
After reading this judgement you will learn how the five-judge bench of Apex Court dealt with the question of whether the rights of religious denominations to manage its own affairs could be controlled by law.
In this landmark judgement, a five-judge bench of the Apex Court held the Sections 306 and 309 of the Indian Penal Code to be constitutionally valid and held that right to life does not include right to die.
Read this case wherein the validity of an Act was challenged on the ground that the State Legislature lacked competence to pass the same and unreasonable restrictions were being imposed.
When dacoits intended to take away the booty, but failed to do so and instead, in an attempt to escape committed a murder, it was held that the dacoits must be convicted only for the offence of murder.