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doubt true that ignorance of law is of no excuse. But there is also no presumption that every person knows
Income Tax Appellate Tribunal - Amritsar
- Cites 13 - Cited by 0 -
(2006) 99 TTJ Asr 267
- Full Document
representatives of the deceased Madan Lal that ignorance of law is no excuse and if it is accepted, every body ... that ignorance of law is no excuse and this decision has subsequently been followed in Chhitar Mai v. Sheo Narain
Rajasthan High Court
- Cites 11 - Cited by 0 -
1988 (1) WLN 725
- M Chandra - Full Document
such cases the maxim that ignorance of law is not an excuse cannot be invoked and the prosecution
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 33 - Cited by 92 -
1965 AIR 722
- Ayyangar - Full Document
Supreme Court of India Izhar Ahmad Khan vs Union Of India on 16 February, 1962
Supreme Court of India
- Cites 40 - Cited by 77 -
1962 AIR 1052
- Dasgupta - Full Document
Lok Sabha Debates GOVERNMENT BILLS: Discussion On The Immigration (Carriers' ... on 30 November, 2000 Title
Lok Sabha Debates
- Cites 0 - Cited by 0 - Full Document
void" is not a cloak or excuse for ignorance of law at the time of the contract. The word "discovered ... passage I have just quoted. Ignorance of law is not an excuse. It is not open to the plaintiff
Calcutta High Court
- Cites 18 - Cited by 7 -
AIR 1955 Cal 626
- P Mukharji - Full Document
thing to state that ignorance of law is no excuse, but it is all together a different thing to state ... knows law. The presumption is that the ignorance of law is no excuse. Neither in the letter dated
Customs, Excise and Gold Tribunal - Mumbai
- Cites 1 - Cited by 6 -
1989 (19) ECC 228
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doubt true that ignorance of law is of no excuse. But there is also no presumption that every person knows
Income Tax Appellate Tribunal - Amritsar
- Cites 23 - Cited by 5 - Full Document
ignorance of law" as under : "Ignorance of law is undoubtedly no excuse. Ignoratia juris non ex-cusat, as the saying ... goes. Therefore, the respondent cannot plead ignorance of law as a sufficient excuse for his failure to file the declaration
Customs, Excise and Gold Tribunal - Delhi
- Cites 1 - Cited by 5 -
2004 (0) ELT 485 Tri Del
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Bombay High Court Hans George vs State on 10 December, 1963 Equivalent citations: AIR 1964
Bombay High Court
- Cites 19 - Cited by 4 -
AIR 1964 Bom 274
- Chandrachud - Full Document
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