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purpose of attacking the members of an adverse sect, while engaged in a procession. A has committed the offence
Central Government Act
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JAFFER CITATION: 1957 AIR 314 1957 SCR 195 ACT: Adverse Possession-Possession of co-heir, when adverse- Ouster-Possession ... contended that the respondent lost his right by the adverse possession of H and his successor and that for this
Supreme Court of India
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1957 AIR 314
- B Jagannadhadas - Full Document
property is a “person interested to deny” a title adverse to the title of some
Central Government Act
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except such as may be occasioned by litigation between adverse claimants. State Amendments (2) The ‘on account' payment referred
Central Government Act
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where it could be said to be lost by adverse possession. A court of equity must prevent the perpetration ... property but a prerogative of the Crown and adverse possession of the land could not destroy the Crown's prerogative
Supreme Court of India
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1951 AIR 469
- S R Das - Full Document
kept out of the way by the adverse party, or if his presence cannot be obtained without an amount ... kept out of the way by the adverse party, or if his presence cannot be obtained without an amount
Central Government Act
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witness--Conviction on evidence of a solitary witness--Whether adverse inference can be drawn against accused for not leading evidence ... prosecution. The courts below were not justified in drawing adverse inference against the accused for not producing evidence in support
Supreme Court of India
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1977 AIR 170
- S M Fazalali - Full Document
Indian Evidence Act, 1872 123 161. Right of adverse party as to writing used to refresh memory.—Any writing referred ... preceding sections must be produced and shown to the adverse party if he requires it; such party
Central Government Act
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which causes or is likely to cause an appreciable adverse effect on competition within India. (2) Any agreement entered into ... collusive bidding, shall be presumed to have an appreciable adverse effect on competition: Provided that nothing contained in this
Central Government Act
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SC1368 (3) ACT: Civil Services-C.C.R.-Adverse remarks-Communication and noncommunication-Effect of-Action under Rule ... delayed till the disposal of representation on adverse remarks. Civil Services-Orissa Service Code, Rule 71(Corresponding to rule
Supreme Court of India
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1992 AIR 1020
- B J Reddy - Full Document
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