Civil Hour

December 1, 2022
pet dogs, stray dogs, confiscate, consumer court

Confiscate pet dogs belonging to 11 banned breeds and to take into custody all stray dogs and put them in pounds: Punjab and Haryana High Court Stays consumer court’s order

The Punjab and Haryana High Court Stayed the consumer court’s order on confiscation of pet dogs belonging to 11 banned breeds and to take into custody […]
December 1, 2022
trademark, welknown, US

ITC Maurya’s “Bukhara” is Declared Well-Known Brand by Delhi High Court, providing relief in a Trademark Dispute

The ITC Maurya’s “Bukhara” is declared a well-known brand by the Delhi High Court, providing relief in a trademark dispute. Background  The suit has been filed […]
December 1, 2022
death, right to dignity, temple,

Although Right to Dignity Continues after Death, this does not Permit Burial of Bodies on Temple Grounds: Madras High Court

The Madras High Court ruled that although the right to dignity continues after death, this does not permit the burial of bodies on temple grounds. Background  […]
December 1, 2022
1 Rupee, cost,

1 Rupee Cost on Petitioners who filed PILs to Address Personal Grievances: Bombay High Court 

The Bombay High Court imposed 1 Rupee cost on petitioners who filed PILs to address personal grievances. Arguments  Counsel for the petitioner submitted that because of […]
November 29, 2022
google map, jilliang estate,

Google Map images showing reduced green cover: Uttarakhand High Court stays construction in Jilling Estate

The Uttarakhand High Court stayed the construction in Jilling Estate as the Google Map images showed reduced green cover. Background  The Supreme Court, while passing the […]
November 28, 2022
wife, husband, qualification, job,

Mere Possession of Qualifications by Wife, Cannot ipso facto be a Reason to Deny Interim Maintenance: Bombay High Court  

The Bombay High Court ruled that mere possession of qualifications by wife, cannot ipso facto be a reason to deny Interim Maintenance. Background  Petitioner instituted Petition […]
November 28, 2022
SEZ, LOP, economic zone, tax,

Once an SEZ LOP Application is Approved, Unit Acquires SEZ Status and Becomes Eligible for an Exemption under Section 26 of the SEZ Act: Bombay High Court 

The Bombay High Court ruled that once an SEZ LOP application is approved, the unit acquires SEZ status and becomes eligible for an exemption under Section […]
November 26, 2022
company, contract, law

State Government can Exercise Powers for Determining Conditions of Service of Officers other than Housing Commissioner and Employees of Board: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court ruled that the state government can exercise the powers for determining conditions of service of officers other than the housing commissioner and employees […]
November 25, 2022
zila parishad

Continuity of Service for a Longer Period on a Contractual Basis Cannot Be Used to Pass an Order of Regularization: Supreme Court

The Supreme Court ruled that the continuity of service for a longer period on a contractual basis cannot be used to pass an order of regularization. […]