(Contempt Petition Civil No. 591/2019 in Special Leave Petition Civil No. 5350/2019)
Article 227 of the Indian Constitution
The respondent was supposed to vacate the suit premises and was also made liable for the payment of all the outstanding which were due but the respondent failed to do so and disobeyed the Court. The respondent was ordered to vacate the house and was made to pay the due amount also. In this the respondent damaged the property while leaving the premises. On the other hand the respondent had filed the suit against SPLASH Island Ltd. against the Deswal’s as they were infringing the trademark acquired by the respondent. The SLP in this case was dismissed by the Court. The HC stated that there were no dues outdated which were payable to the petitioner.
The judgement was pronounced stating that the questions relating to this are left to be decided by the respective court as per law. And the SC disposed interlocutory application, contempt petition and discharged notice issued to the respondent.
The Code Of Criminal Procedure (Amendment) Act, 2005 The Income- Tax Act, 1995 Article 32 in The Constitution Of India 1949 Article 19(1) in The Constitution Of India 1949 The Indian Penal Code Article 19(2) in The Constitution Of India 1949 Section 298 in The Indian Penal Code Section 153 in The Indian Penal Code Section 506 in The Indian Penal Code Section 499 in The Indian Penal Code
The Trustees of H.C. Dhanda Trust (Appellant), by invoking Civil Appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of India, filed an appeal against the two judgements of the High Court of Madhya Pradesh delivered by Learned Single Judge and Division Bench. It was a dispute of unpaid stamp duty to the Collector under jurisdiction arose on a gift deed.