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Notification No. 56(Mis.)/ Bilaspur dated 28
Circular No. 443/Confdl./2020 Bilaspur dated 27
May 2020.(Circular Regarding exemption to Judicial Officers from wearing Black Coat and Gown)
Notification No. 54(Mis.)/ Bilaspur dated 22
Order No. 53(Mis.)/ Bilaspur dated 20
Notification No. 381/Confdl./2020 Bilaspur dated 20
Order No. 378/Confdl./2020 Bilaspur dated 20
Notification No. 4447,4446,4445 & 4444/Registrar(Judicial)/2020 Bilaspur, dated 18
Roster No. 4433/R(J)/2020 Bilaspur dated 18
Order No. 50-A(Mis.) and 50(Mis.)/2020 Bilaspur dated 16
May 2020.(Regarding Regular functioning of court)
Order No. 373/Confdl./2020 Bilaspur dated 12
Notification No. 370/Confdl./2020 Bilaspur dated 11
Notification No. 368/Confdl./2020 Bilaspur dated 11
Order No. 47(Mis) Bilaspur dated 7
May 2020 (Regarding Summer Vacation).
Notice No. Q-8 & Q-9 dated 06.05.2020 (Regarding Virtual Hearing).
Order No. 366/Confdl./2020 Bilaspur dated 6
May 2020 (Transfer Order).
Order No 46/Mis Bilaspur dated 3
May 2020 (Regarding Suspension of the normal functioning of the Court).
Suspension of the normal functioning of the Court Working for 2 weeks w.e.f. 04.05.2020 due to COVID-19.
Guidelines in respect of District and Subordinate Court for e-mail filing and Virtual Hearing during Lockdown period.
Corrigendum regarding e-mail filing and Virtual Hearing during Lockdown period.
Suspension of Court Working till 03.05.2020 due to COVID-19.
Guidelines for e-mail filing and Virtual Hearing during Lockdown period.
Last date for submission of the ACR proforma for the year 2019-20 extednted to 30
Endt. no. 353/Confdl./2020 Bilaspur, Dated 18
March, 2020.(Additional Advisory)
Notification no. 343/Confdl./2020 Bilaspur, Dated 16
March, 2020.(Advisory for the Subordinate Courts with regard to Corona Virus (Covid-19))
Notification no. 341/Confdl./2020 Bilaspur, Dated 16
March, 2020.(Advisory for the High Court with regard to Corona Virus (Covid-19))
Tender No. 3527/CPC/2020 Bilaspur, Dated 06
Notificaiton No. 2255/Rules/2020 Bilaspur, Dated 14
Following shall be the Roster of High Court of Chhattisgarh, Bilaspur from 14
(upto June 2015)
(i) The enquiry officer is required to give finding on evidence on the basis of which the charges were levelled and proved.
(ii) The enquiry officer is a quasi judicial authority and is not supposed to be a representative of the department/disciplinary authority/Government.
Election of each of the returned candidates has to be challenged by filing of a separate election petition.
The plaintiff cannot claim adverse possession on a Government land reserved for public utility such as road/hospital.
(i) The State would be employer within the definition of Payment of Gratuity Act, 1972 for the teachers/employees of aided educational institutions.
(ii) There Cannot be unjustified classification between the two classes of teachers/employees for payment of gratuity before or after the cut-off date i.e., 01.04.2013, for whom, grant-in-aid is received by Institutions.
FCI being a body corporate is legal entity. It has neither living mind nor voice. So it can only act through resolution to transfer a land.
Advertisement cannot over-ride the service rules and cannot create a right in favour of the candidate for appointment.
SARFESI ACT 2002
* The said act shall not apply to creation of any security in any aircraft.
* Non-compliance of the statutory compliance as required under Section 3-A of the Act and 3-A of the Rules will vitiate all subsequent proceedings.
1) Furnishing of undertaking for recovery in service cannot be made an omnibus consent as ratio decidendi of facts and law would decide the course.
2) Recovery made after retirement from Government Servent otherwise with threat to stop pension, would demonstrate unequality of bargain power.
Ordinance not placed before the House of State Assembly within time loses its significance.
To ascertain whether for the vast land, the possession of the land is taken or not, a pragmatic approach has to be adopted and conduct of the parties would be relevant.
1) Omnibus statement of fraud on WILL, will not be sufficient in absence of specific particular as required under Order 6 Rule 4 of C.P.C.
2) Court would not return a finding of proof of WILL on assumed suspicion or supposition.
Death sentence awarded to accused for committing rape and murder of 5 1/2 years old girl is confirmed.
In view of Section 30 of the Evidence Act, self inculpatory memorandum statement of co-accused can be read in evidence if there are other corroborative evidence against the accused.
Prospective accused has no right of hearing before registration of FIR and investigation by the police officer or before the Court including the writ Court, therefore, in a writ petition seeking direction for registration of FIR and investigation into a cognizable offence, the prospective accused is neither necessary nor a proper party.
Pre/Post Retiral Recruitment
: In case of any omission or discrepancy, information in the original records will be final.
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