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Sridhara Babu
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Born at Tumkur/ Karnataka/ India on 21-04-1966, to a small time goldsmith Sri H.R. Nagarajachar and Smt Late Gowramma...Studied BA LLB from Bangalore University...Enrolled as Advocate on 08-09-2000 at KSBC... Initially guided by Senior Advocate Mr S.M.Somashekarappa, Now Practicing as Advocate from 15+ Years in Tumkur District... ..AREA OF PRACTICE : Litigation and Non-Litigation Law Practice...Message:- Today legal literacy is in cross roads leading to literate ignorance on many subjects, to overcome little shortcomings, I made small efforts to help new comers to our profession and needy literates. If you have been helped by my blogs, try to help and spread legal awareness to your nearby illiterates.
Born at Tumkur/ Karnataka/ India on 21-04-1966, to a small time goldsmith Sri H.R. Nagarajachar and Smt Late Gowramma...Studied BA LLB from Bangalore University...Enrolled as Advocate on 08-09-2000 at KSBC... Initially guided by Senior Advocate Mr S.M.Somashekarappa, Now Practicing as Advocate from 15+ Years in Tumkur District... ..AREA OF PRACTICE : Litigation and Non-Litigation Law Practice...Message:- Today legal literacy is in cross roads leading to literate ignorance on many subjects, to overcome little shortcomings, I made small efforts to help new comers to our profession and needy literates. If you have been helped by my blogs, try to help and spread legal awareness to your nearby illiterates.

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DR KASTURI RANGAN COMMITTEE REPORT ON BBMP
Dr. Kasturirangan Committee Report on BBMP by Er Prabhakara B on Scribd
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TUMAKURU MAHANAGARA PALIKE WILL HAVE NEW LEGAL ADVISERS ON BOARD
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HINDU DAUGHTERS RIGHT TO PROPERTY REDIFINED
Daughter Should Be Alive and Her Father Should Also Be Alive on the Date of the Amendment to Confer Equal R...
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THE PLEADINGS AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN CIVIL CASES
In Ramrameshwari Devi & Ors. vs. Nirmala Devi & Ors, 2011 (6) SCALE 677 highlighting how frivolous litigations are being instituted and how these frivolous litigations are choking the stream of justice, with reference to importance of pleadings, in sub-par...
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OMISSION OF A SINGLE MATERIAL FACT LEADS TO AN INCOMPLETE CAUSE OF ACTION 1969 SC
SAMANT N.BALKRISHNA AND ANOTHER V GEORGE FERNANDEZ AND OTHERS 1969 (3) SCC 238 with regard to showing in the election petition the concise statement of material facts with reference to Section 83 of the Act, 1951, wherein it was held thus: “The Section is ...
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SECTION 151 OF THE CODE CANNOT BE ROUTINELY INVOKED FOR REOPENING EVIDENCE OR RECALLING WITNESSES - SCOPE OF 151 - SC 2011
K.K. Velusamy vs N. Palaanisamy 2011 (4 ) SCR 31 = 2011 (11 ) SCC 275 We however agree that section 151 of the Code cannot be routinely invoked for reopening evidence or recalling witnesses. The scope of section 151 has been explained by this Court...
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PROCEDURAL DEFECTS WHICH DO NOT GO TO THE ROOT OF THE MATTER SHOULD NOT BE PERMITTED TO DEFEAT A JUST CAUSE
Supreme Court in United Bank of India v. Naresh Kumar and Others (AIR 1997 SC 3) held that procedural defects which do not go to the root of the matter should not be permitted to defeat a just cause. There is sufficient power in the court under the Code of ...
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COURTS INHERENT POWER INCLUDES POWER TO RECTIFY ITS MISTAKES
Jagannatha Shetty, J. in State of Karnataka v. Balekal Krishna Bhat ((1975) 2 Kant LJ 489) in which he affirmed an order made by the trial Court exercising the inherent Powers in setting aside the order of dismissal of a reference made under Section 18 of t...
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DOCTRINE OF ESTOPPEL
In Cauvery Coffee Traders, Mangalore v. Hornor Resources (International) Company Limited, (2011) 10 SCC 420, this Court considered a large number of judgments on the issue of estoppels and held as under: “A party cannot be permitted to “blow hot and cold”, ...
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