In Bharat Aluminium Co. v. Kaiser Aluminium Technical Service, the Supreme Court corrected the effects of an earlier decision and decided that Part I and Part II of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 are mutually exclusive, and that under no

In Bharat Aluminium Co. v. Kaiser Aluminium Technical Service, the Supreme Court corrected the effects of an earlier decision and decided that Part I and Part II of the Arbitration and Conciliation Act, 1996 are mutually exclusive, and that under no

Reddy and Reddy, Advocates and Legal Consultants, not only provides Litigation Services in Pune but also outside the court proceedings such as Mediation, Arbitration, Conciliation etc. We make it a point to provide the Best Legal Solution for our cli

Reddy and Reddy advocates and legal consultants is one of the top law firms in Pune. Our expertise include Corporate and Commercial Compliance, Alternate Dispute Resolution such as Arbitration, Mediation, IPR and IT laws, White Collar Crimes, Propert

According to a recent report, the National Lok Adaalat held on 6th December 2014 was able to resolve 1.25 crore pending cases in a single day. These cases involved the cases from the Supreme Court, 24 High Courts district courts as well as taluka-lev

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Dealing with an important question that whether continuance of criminal proceedings in case of loans taken from banks on the basis of forged documents would be an unnecessary load on the criminal justice dispensation system once the parties have ente

In accordance with the judgement of the Supreme Court, it was found that the approach of the civil court should be not to see whether the court has jurisdiction but to see whether it’s jurisdiction has been ousted. The Court further held that once it

Observing that the return of an Rs 72, 000 cheque, incorrectly citing insufficient funds, had tarnished the reputation of its issuer, the District Consumer Forum directed Union Bank of India to pay a compensation of Rs 35, 000 to a Lalbaug resident.

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