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In amicable act no single party can be stamped out

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(From previous issue) :

Genuineness of official order should be established first

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Only the 'drawer' is liable

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In amicable act no single party can be stamped out

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Limitation of High Court Jurisdiction

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Law allows the court to pass order in ‘summary manner'

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Auction of mortgaged property be made first

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Limitation of High Court Jurisdiction

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Establishing claim in suit for partition

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Quantum of seized drugs must be determined in an acceptable method

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Auction of mortgaged property be made first
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Preliminary decree is not absolute
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Custodianship of minor children if mother remarriages
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Quantum of seized drugs must be determined in an acceptable method
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Immigration Officer enjoys no discretion to detain passenger
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Submission of illegal perfunctory report by police
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Refusal of claimed balance is not criminal offence
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Defaulter tenant can't seek protection of law
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Long lapse of time no valid ground for rejecting pre-emption petition
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Refusal of claimed balance is not criminal offence
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Colorable exercise of power unlawful
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Colorable exercise of power unlawful
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Right of co-sharer not deniable
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Misuses of the privileges of bail
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Imposition of penalty
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Trial process to continue when there is a prima-facie case
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Suspension order must specify time duration
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Management of Waqf estate
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PSI's CRF certificate can't be basis of value assessment
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Impartiality and fairness stand for natural justice
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Management of Waqf estate
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Procedure for demanding unpaid VAT
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The court has authority to appoint receiver
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Impartiality and fairness stand for natural justice
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When ex-parte decree can be set aside ?
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Concept of strict liability offence
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Determining competent authority under Section 31ka(3) of Act VIII of 2000
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Fixing notice period under Negotiable Instrument Act 1881
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English language in legal fraternity-An increasing demand of global aspects
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Debate on Constitutional Supremacy and Parliamentary Supremacy
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Suspension order be period specific, subject to proceedings pending
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Right to compensation is not unconditional
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Conviction can be based even on a single complete and self-contained testimony
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Circumstances leading to presumed delivery of letters, notice or summon
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16th Amendment Case : A Judgment on Supremacy
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Right to compensation is not unconditional
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Circumstances leading to presumed delivery of letters, notice or summon
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Temple manager can't transfer properties in any manner
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Sentence for civil prison to judgment-debtors
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Circumstances leading to presumed delivery of letters, notice or summon
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