Order of recovery of excessive payment made to employees would be impermissible in law if the mistake is detected after 5 years or if it is from Group C or D employees or from retired employees: SC. Read more at: http://www.livelaw.in/order-of-recovery-of-excessive-payment-made-to-employees-would-be-impermissible-in-law/
The Bombay High Court recently dismissed a criminal appeal filed by the State of Maharashtra against a judgment of the Additional Sessions judge in Sangli acquitting one Vijay Shinde and his parents who were booked under Sections 498A (cruelty) and 306 (abetment of suicide) of the Indian Penal Code. Justice SV Kotwal upheld the acquittal … More Asking Wife To Cook Properly Or Do Household Work Is Not Ill Treatment: Bombay HC.
The High Court of Karnataka quashed a complaint filed for dishonour of cheque under Section 138 of the Negotiable Instruments Act on the ground that the complaint did not reveal any “legally enforceable debt”, in the case R.Parimala Bai v. Bhaskar Narasimhiah. It was his contention that there was no legally enforceable debt in existence, … More Sec 138 NI Act- No Legally Enforceable Debt If Cheque Issued For Illegal Consideration In A Void Contract : Karnataka HC