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  • Order No. 159/Confdl./2024 Bilaspur, dated 02nd March 2024.
  • Following shall be the Roster for the High Court of Chhattisgarh Bilaspur with effect from 04.03.2024.
  • Notification No. 3771/Checker Bilaspur, dated 29th February 2024.
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  • Order No. 115/Confdl./2024 Bilaspur, dated 23rd February 2024.
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  • There will be a Full Court Reference in the Chief Justice’s Court on 22nd of February, 2024 at 03:45 p.m.
  • Notice No. 3278/CPC/2024 Bilaspur, dated 22nd February 2024.(Notice Regarding use of ZOOM VC software platform in place of Bluejeans VC software)
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  • Criminal Trial-Proof and Suspicion- Suspicion itself cannot take place of proof- Telephonic calls only raises suspicion, but not take place of proof in absence of other corroborative evidence.
  • The documentary evidence of an electric record in view of Section 65-A of the Evidence Act, 1872 can only be proved in accordance with the provisions of Section 65-B of the Evidence Act, 1872.
  • False explanation or non explanation in 313 CrPC statement can not be used to complete the chain of circumstances, but can only be used as an additional circumstances to hold the accused guilty.
  • Even if the complainant turns hostile, conviction can be based on the basis of other relevant materials available on record.
  • Litigant who prefers allegation of fraud or other improper conduct must place on record precise and specific details of these charges.
  • The registered power of attorney therefore prima facie valid in law. The onus to proof would be on person who leads evidence to rebut such presumption.
  • When institution like R.D.A. make promise the general public at large get attracted to it therefore the promise would be enforceable against the R.D.A. at the instance of Promissee.
  • R.D.A. cannot claim immunity from the doctrine of promissory estoppel and it was under the obligation to act in the manner which is fair and just.
  • Extended period of limitation for issuance of show cause notice under Section 11 A (4) of Central Excise Act, 1994 is exception to general rule and same cannot be invoked in the routine manner.
  • If the cheque is presented to the Bank several times within its validity, the cause of action will arise when the cheque is dishonored for the last time.
  • The object of punishment prescribed in Section 138 of the Negotiable Instrument Act is to secure the payment of debt.
  • If death is caused by the accused without premeditation in a sudden fight and the accused has not taken advantage by acting in cruel manner, then such a case will fall under Exception 4 of Section 300 of the IPC.
  • To claim custody of minor child, by the father can’t be based on pleading which only shows misogyny runs deep into society like a particular ideological school of thought battling for supremacy.
  • When case is entirely based upon the circumstaintial evidence, the chain of evidence in all probabilities must indicate towards guilt of accused.