Orders and Judgments Duration May 23, 2020 -June 07, 2020

“Our reason is our law.”

MILTON: PARADISE LOST, BK.IX, I.1652

CORPORATE

  • Union of India v. Oriental Bank of Commerce
    National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) sets aside National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) Order to add Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) as Party in all Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) Cases and Company Petitions
    The National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) set aside an order of National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) which mandated the impleadment of the Union Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA) as a party in all Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code (IBC) matters and Company Petitions. NCLAT was of the view that the order was tantamount to the imposition of a new rule, which was beyond the powers of NCLT.
    https://www.livelaw.in/pdf_upload/pdf_upload-375308.pdf
  • Guru Nanak Industries, Faridabad v. Amar Singh (Dead)
    Retirement of one Partner amounts to dissolution of Partnership Firm consisting of only two Partners: Supreme Court (SC)
    When there are only two partners and one has agreed to retire, then the retirement amounts to dissolution of the firm, the Supreme Court (SC) has observed.
    https://www.livelaw.in/pdf_upload/pdf_upload-375426.pdf

COVID-19

  • Union of India & Anr v. Deven Yogesh Kanani & Ors
    Supreme court (SC) allows Air India to operate non-scheduled flights with middle seat bookings for 10 Days
    In a special sitting held on Monday, the Supreme Court (SC) allowed Air India to operate non-scheduled flights with centre seat bookings for 10 days up to June 6.However, the Court added that for non-scheduled operations after that, Air India should follow the Bombay High Court's direction to keep middle seats vacant. https://www.livelaw.in/pdf_upload/pdf_upload-375299.pdf
  • Muzafaauududin Khan S/o Zahiauududin Khan v. The State of Mahaaashtaa & Ors
    Publicise WhatsApp details of Shopkeepers & 24hr helpline meant for citizens in need; Bombay High Court (HC) Suggests Civic Body
    The Bombay High Court (HC) on Tuesday made some important suggestions to the Aurangabad Municipal Corporation (AMC) to facilitate easier access of the citizens during this ongoing phase four of nationwide lockdown enforced to contain the Coronavirus-  "We may suggest the Corporation to explore the possibility of publishing the WhatsApp numbers of the shopkeepers in the notified/particular areas. This may facilitate the consumers in advance to place the orders for grocery articles or other articles of daily needs. This may facilitate the shopkeepers to keep these orders ready well in advance for delivery on the next date. We may suggest that the Municipal Corporation may publish the details in respect of 24 hour call centres and helpline numbers periodically i.e. at least on a weekly basis in two newspapers having circulation in regional language and one English daily newspaper. The Municipal corporation also to publish the details of the 24 hours control rooms and the phone numbers of the appointed nodal officers."
    https://www.livelaw.in/pdf_upload/pdf_upload-375450.pdf

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