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Bombay HC: Contents Of Special Notice Requisitioning Extra-Ordinary General Meeting For Removal Of Director, Defamatory?
The High Court of Bombay in its recent decision in Rata Tata and Ors. v State of Maharashtra and Anr. (Criminal Writ Petition No. 1238 of 2019 decided on 22 July 2019) held that the contents of the special notice ...
India
7 Aug 2019
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SC Fortifies Principles Of Incorporating Arbitration Clause By Reference
Recently, in the case of Giriraj Garg v Coal India Limited and Others (Civil Appeal No. 1695 of 2019 decided on 15 February 2019), the Supreme Court has fortified the principle of incorporation of an arbitration clause ...
India
13 Mar 2019
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Bombay High Court On The Dual Applicability Of The Information Technology Act, 2000 And Indian Penal Code, 1860 For Same Offence
In Sharat Babu's case, the accused were charged with offences under Section 67 of the IT Act and Section 292 of the IPC.
India
12 Dec 2018
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Supreme Court Expands Scope Of Reference To Arbitration
It is commonplace for businesses to enter into legal relationships with each other on the basis of contracts containing multiple documents.
India
31 Jan 2018
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Supreme Court: If Ineligible To Be Appointed As Arbitrator, You Can't Nominate
The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India has held that once an arbitrator becomes ineligible to be appointed as an arbitrator by operation of law, he also loses his power to nominate another as an arbitrator.
India
17 Jul 2017
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SC On The Significance Of Seat Of Arbitration
Recently, the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in the case of Imax Corporation versus E City Entertainment India Private Limited has affirmed the significance of the relationship between the seat of...
India
4 Apr 2017
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Bombay High Court Holds That Reasons To Investigate Into The Affairs Of The Company By The Serious Fraud Investigation Office Have To Be Made Out Prima Facie
Laying down an important principle concerning the powers of the Serious Fraud Investigation Office in investigating the affairs of a company under the Companies Act, 2013, the Hon'ble Bombay High Court in the case of . . .
India
15 Nov 2016
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Supreme Court Settles Position On The Arbitrability Of Disputes Where Fraud Is Alleged
Delivering a pro-arbitration judgment, the division bench of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India, has held that unless the fraud in question is of a serious and complicated nature, the jurisdiction of the arbitrator would not be ousted.
India
28 Oct 2016
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