DRT presiding officer moves another plea before SC, seeks transfer of his case to Delhi HC, Legal News, ET LegalWorld – Legal Firms

M M Dhonchak, presiding officer of Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT-2) in Chandigarh, who was restrained by the Punjab and Haryana high court from passing any adverse order in view of the boycott of his Tribunal by the advocates, has now approached the Supreme Court (SC) seeking transfer of his case...

HC declines relief to Karnataka company seeking to stall Goa’s mining block auction, Legal News, ET LegalWorld – Legal Firms

In a major relief to the state government ahead of the auction of four mining blocks, the high court of Bombay at Goa on Thursday declined to grant interim relief to Karnataka-based mining company MSPL Ltd, which sought either a stalling of the auction or an alternative direction to provide...

Govt To Move Apex Court Against Hc Order On Freedom Of Religion Act, Legal News, ET LegalWorld – Legal Firms

Bhopal/Jabalpur: The state government has decided to file a special leave petition (SLP) in the Supreme Court against interim order of a division bench of Madhya Pradesh high court restraining the state government from taking any coercive action against those who violate Section 10 of the MP Freedom of Religion...

Drt Head Moves Sc After Hc Bars Him From Passing Adverse Orders, Legal News, ET LegalWorld – Legal Firms

CHANDIGARH: The presiding officer of Debt Recovery Tribunal (DRT-2), Chandigarh, has challenged the Punjab and Haryana high court order restraining him from passing any adverse order in view of the boycott of his tribunal by lawyers.In his special leave petition (SLP) before the Supreme Court (SC), DRT presiding officer M...

SC order temporary respite for Soren, likely to be summoned again by ED, Legal News, ET LegalWorld – Legal Firms

Ranchi, Hemant Sorens troubles do not seem to end even after getting immediate relief from the Supreme Court over a PIL alleging illegal mining and money laundering by the Jharkhand Chief Minister.The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has traced money laundering of more than Rs 1,000 crore in a case related to...

SC fines ED 1 lakh for contesting bail of man suffering from cancer, Legal News, ET LegalWorld – Legal Firms

NEW DELHI: In order to deter reflexive filing of appeals, the Supreme Court has imposed a fine of Rs 1 lakh on the Enforcement Directorate for filing a petition seeking cancellation of bail of a PMLA case accused suffering from cancer and other ailments, reports Dhananjay Mahapatra. Passing first such...