Month: September 2020

Is Certification Under Section 65B(4) Of Indian Evidence Act Mandatory For The Production Of Electronic Evidence?

In a recent judgement passed by the three-judge bench of the Supreme Court headed by Justice RF Nariman, S Ravindra Bhat, and V Ramasubramanium, the Supreme Court has clarified that certificate under Section 65B(4) of Indian Evidence Act,1872 is mandatory for the production of electronic evidence before the court. The matter came from a reference … Continue reading Is Certification Under Section 65B(4) Of Indian Evidence Act Mandatory For The Production Of Electronic Evidence?

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WADA suspends accreditation of NDTL, Again! – Ineffectiveness or lack of discipline?

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) was established in 1999 under the auspices of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), which recognizes the urgent need of action, for the international fight against doping. Though having its roots at IOC, WADA is an independent organization which aims at a doping-free world of sport by harmonizing anti-doping regulations, through … Continue reading WADA suspends accreditation of NDTL, Again! – Ineffectiveness or lack of discipline?

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New Beginnings – Taxation Practice

…but in this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes ― Benjamin Franklin These famous words by Benjamin Franklin are often used during discussions on the subject on taxes. Taxation is indeed a sensitive subject, with almost everyone having an opinion on it. Although taxes are certain, at times its … Continue reading New Beginnings – Taxation Practice

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Liability To Pay Service Tax Under Reverse Charge – Whether Tax Is Payable By The Service Recipient Even If Already Collected And Paid By Service Provider?

The basic principle governing indirect taxes is that the incidence of tax is borne by consumer and not by the person supplying such goods or services. The tax so charged and collected from such consumer is required to be deposited to the Government by the person supplying such goods or services, who is also required … Continue reading Liability To Pay Service Tax Under Reverse Charge – Whether Tax Is Payable By The Service Recipient Even If Already Collected And Paid By Service Provider?

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Mittal Electronics v Sujata Home Appliances- DHC dismisses Stay Application

In this case of Mittal Electronics v Sujata Home Appliances CS (COMM) 60/2020 the Delhi High Court on 9th September 2020 delivered a judgement on the Ad Interim Injunction Application filed by the Plaintiff under Order 39 Rule 1 ad 2 of CPC. The Plaintiff, Mittal Electronics, through their partners, filed a suit against the … Continue reading Mittal Electronics v Sujata Home Appliances- DHC dismisses Stay Application

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Mittal Electronics vs Sujata Home Appliances (P) Ltd

Khurana and Khurana, has successfully obtained modification of the ex-parte ad interim injunction order granted against the Defendants in Mittal Electronics v. Sujata Home Appliances Pvt Ltd &Ors CS(Comm) 60/2020, for both, concealment  of material facts as well as on merits.The Delhi High Court has upheld the Supreme Court ruling in Nandhini Deluxe v. Karnataka Co-operative … Continue reading Mittal Electronics vs Sujata Home Appliances (P) Ltd

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