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Award Of Interest Obligatory Under S.34 Of Land Acquisition Act Can Be Claimed At Any Stage: Bombay HC.13-Sep-2017
The Bombay High Court has held that claimants of compensation under the Land Acquisition Act can claim award of interest at any stage as the payment of the same is obligatory under Section 34.
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The prevention of cruelty to Animals (Regulation of Live Stock Markets) Rules 2017 were notified by the central government in order to regulate the animal markets and curb trans-border smuggling of cattle. As per the notification no one can bring cattle to an animal market unless he or she has furni... Read More
The Karnataka High Court has observed that habeas corpus cannot be granted when a person has been committed to custody under an order from a competent court. The court further observed that the writ of habeas corpus is used primarily to secure the release of a person, who has been detained unlawfull... Read More
The government appears to have decided to change its accounting year to December, from March. Madhya Pradesh was the first to accept the Prime Minister’s request to states to change the accounting year. The next fiscal year may have been a better time for one more big change.... Read More