Case Analysis

Shyam Behari v. State of Uttar Pradesh

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.

Shreya Singhal v. Union of India

Read this case analysis to learn how the Apex Court invalidated Section 66A of the Information Technology Act and upheld the right to freedom of expression as enumerated under Article 19 of Indian Constitution.

Shikhar Chand & Ors v. Mst. Bari Bai & Ors.

Read this case analysis to learn how Madhya Pradesh High Court believed that if the defendants’ admission is such that they point in favour of plaintiff, the latter must not be given a delayed relief.

M/S Shabnam Hashmi v. Union of India & Ors.

Read this case analysis to learn how the Supreme Court held adoption to be a Fundamental Right and thus bringing the same under the ambit of Muslim Law. The court also held that adoption is a uniform practice irrespective of religion.

Secretary, O.N.G.C. Ltd. & Anr. v. V.U. Warrier

After reading this case analysis, you will learn that the Supreme Court held an employee liable for having been in unauthorised possession a government quarter.

Sarla Mudgal & Ors. v. Union of India

In this 5-minute read you will be able to learn what was held in the landmark judgement regarding second marriage of husband. This case holds importance even after 20 years of its pronouncement.

Samatha v. State of Andhra Pradesh & Ors.

Read this case analysis to learn about the Supreme Court’s views when a writ petition was filed claiming that Government was also a ‘person’ and so does not possess power to grant leases in a scheduled area

Saloman v. Saloman & Co. Ltd

A sole proprietor transferred his business to a company incorporated by him. Does that protect him from being personally liable for the incorporated company? Yes, as the incorporation gives the company a separate legal entity.

S.R. Bommai v. Union of India

After reading this case analysis you will learn how the 9-judge bench of the Supreme Court decided upon the scope of Presidential Proclamation under Article 356 of the Constitution of India.