Vinothpandian law

[1/21, 10:57] Vinothpandian: 2015 (2) DRTC 34 : Axis bank vs punjab national bank : debt as used in the RDDBFI act sec 2 includes liability arising out of fraudulent transaction causing wrongful loss to a bank or financial institution
[1/21, 10:57] Vinothpandian: 2013 (1) DRTC 457 SC : union of india & others vs debts recovery tribunal bar association : All High courts shall keep a close watch on functioning of DRTs and DRAT s falling in their respective jurisdictions
[1/21, 10:57] Vinothpandian: 2015 (1) DRTC 532 : bhopal thapa vs bina boro : disputed facts on fraud cannot be decided by debt recovery tribunal
[1/22, 11:43] Vinothpandian: 2020 (4) CTC 549 : shaji purushothaman vs union of india : under section 61(2) of the insolvency and bankruptcy code appeal to be filed within 30 days before NCLAT
[1/22, 11:43] Vinothpandian: 2021 (1) CTC 219 : kaushik chatterjee vs state of haryana SC : At any stage in civil proceedings , plaint can be returned under order 7 rule 10 CPC to be presented before the appropriate court
[1/22, 12:19] Vinothpandian: 2021 (1) CTC 195 : Assistant divisional engineer , highways department , tiruppattur : Held suit not maintainable against public authority without notice under section 80(1) of CPC 1908 or without court granting leave to dispense with statutory period of 60 days
[1/22, 12:19] Vinothpandian: 2021 (1) CTC 120 : V Alagar vs Inspector general of registration : Held under tamil nadu registration rules rule 55 , Registering authority bound to consider objections raised on grounds specified in rule 55
[1/24, 14:53] Vinothpandian: 1977 SCC ( cri ) 474 : Ram lakhan vs state of UP : when evidence of good character is given , evidence of bad character becomes relevant , otherwise evidence of bad character is irrelevant
[1/24, 14:53] Vinothpandian: 1975 (1) SCC 120 : smt satya vs Teja singh : If a judgement being obtained by fraud or accusation or was delivered by a court which has no jurisdiction , such judgement is not binding
[1/24, 14:53] Vinothpandian: 2007 (1) SCC ( cri ) 54 : subhash maruthi Avasare vs state of maharastra : mere filing of a document would not prove the contents of documents
[1/24, 14:53] Vinothpandian: 2005 (5) SCC 100 : Manager RBI vs S mani : failure to prove a defence does not amount to an admission and nor does it reserve or discharge the burden of proof
[1/24, 14:53] Vinothpandian: AIR 1959 SC 1041 : ujagar singh vs mst jeo : when a custom is repeatedly recognised by court it passes into the law of the land and the proof of it becomes unnecessary

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