Plea in Supreme Court For Restraining Landlords from demanding Rent from Students/ Labour Class Tenants

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, there are many sectors which are affected by the Pandemic. Therefore, Plea has been filed before the Supreme Court raising concerns over the persistent demand for rent by the landlords from their students/ labour class tenants, amid lockdown. PIL has been filed by Advocate Pawan Prakash Pathak and a Final […]

Use and Misuse of Section498-A Of IPC

To understand the meaning of this section, we first need to understand the meaning of marriage, “marriage is a social obligation where husband has the responsibility to take care and maintain his wife, he cannot neglect his duties. But on the contrary there is stigma called “ Dowry” still exists where women are ill-treated, harassed, […]

Domestic Violence Complaint not maintainable if the parties are not living together in a shared household

The Supreme Court has upheld the dismissal of Domestic Violence Complaint which was filed by a woman against person not living with her in a shared household. A woman in the case of Kamlesh devi Vs Jaispal had filed a complaint against certain persons, claiming that they are her relatives living in a separate premises, […]

The Muslim women (Protection of Rights on marriage) Bill, 2019

The Muslim women (Protection of Rights n marriage) Bill, 2019 was introduced in Lok Sabha by the Minister of Law and Justice, Mr Ravi shankar prasad on June21, 2019.  The introduction of Bill clearly states that all declarations of talaq, including in written or electronic form, to be void (i.e. not enforceable in law) and […]

Condonation of delay in commercial courts Act; what the Delhi HC has held

Reiterating the condonation of delay by court must be on a sufficient ground, the Delhi High Court has held that the condonation of delay for filing of an appeal under section 37 of Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 read with section 13 of commercial court, commercial division and commercial appellate division of the High Court […]