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15, 07:55] Sekarreporter 1: https://twitter.com/sekarreporter1/status/1283044703760506882?s=08 [7/15, 07:55] Sekarreporter 1: NEWS STATES TAMIL NADU TAMIL NADU HC reserves orders on pleas challenging ordinance on cooperative banks Legal Correspondent CHENNAI 15 JULY 2020 00:50 IST UPDATED: 15 JULY 2020 00:51 IST The Madras High Court on Tuesday reserved its orders on writ petitions filed by two cooperative banks in Tamil Nadu to stay the operation of certain provisions of Banking Regulation (Amendment) Ordinance of 2020 which empowers Reserve Bank of India to deal with incorporation, regulation and winding up of cooperative banks too.
by Sekar Reporter · Published July 15, 2020
[2/28, 17:45] Sekarreporter 1: https://twitter.com/sekarreporter1/status/1233365125635043328?s=08 [2/28, 17:45] Sekarreporter 1: [2/28, 17:01] Sekarreporter 1: Murasoli selvam 11 quash petition orders reserved [2/28, 17:03] Sekarreporter 1: And Thalaivar case one for Murasoli selvam and Stalin for 11 case former pp Kumaresan argued for govt AAG s r Rajagopal argued judge Abdul Kuthose orders reserved
by Sekar Reporter · Published February 28, 2020
CHENNAI: Cheque bounce cases pending in all sessions court in Tamil Nadu will come to a halt, as the Madras high court on Wednesday directed them to keep in abeyance all appeals against acquittals ordered by magistrates until further orders. A full bench comprising Justice M M Sundresh, Justice V Bharathidasan and Justice N Anand Venkatesh passed the interim order while hearing a reference made to the bench to decide as to whether the sessions courts had jurisdiction to hear such appeals or it must be moved only before the high court. The reference was made by Justice P N Prakash, who wanted the chief justice to constitute a full bench to decide several questions of law, including whether such appeals can be entertained by sessions courts under Section 372 of CrPC or by the high court under Section 378(4) and (5) of CrPC or whether there are concurrent remedies available with the right to the complainant to elect the forum of their choice.
by Sekar Reporter · Published February 6, 2020