Category: General Laws

GST On House Rent: Do All Tenants Have To Pay 18% GST?

In June, the 47th meeting of the GST Council, chaired by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, authorised a number of amendments to the taxation system. The changes become effective on July 18, 2022. The requirement that a GST-registered renter pay Goods and Services Tax at the rate of 18% when renting a residential property was

Nigerian national unfairly imprisoned for two years and awarded Rs. 2 lakh compensation by Bombay High Court due to an error in the forensic report

Justice Bharati Dangre, a single judge, objected to the State government’s position that there is no policy in place to provide compensation to people who have been unfairly jailed. Novafor Samuel Inoamaobi v. The State of Maharashtra, the Bombay High Court on Friday ordered the Maharashtra government to pay 2 lakh as compensation to a

Nigerian national who spent two years in prison owing to a typing error in a forensic report is granted bail by the Bombay High Court in the NDPS case.

The Assistant Director realised that he had wrongly stated that the chemicals collected were covered by the Act when they were not more than a year after the report was published. A typing error was found in the forensic analysis report of the substances that had been seized, leading the Bombay High Court to grant

The Delhi High Court is concerned about the "disturbing trend" of lower courts hearing bail requests that are now before the high court.

Kite flying is a part of our legacy and culture, hence Delhi High Court ruled that bans on it are unconstitutional.

The Court declared that Chinese manjha is a serious issue and ordered the authorities to strictly abide by an NGT ruling and a Delhi government notification banning it. According to a recent ruling by the Delhi High Court (Sanser Pal Singh v. Union of India and Ors), kite flying is a part of our culture

Kerala High Court Advocates Association passes resolution to constitute ICC for sexual harassment complaints

We must not allow roadways to become killing fields: The Kerala High Court criticizes NHAI when a man dies after slipping into a pothole.

The Kerala High Court questioned the NHAI and the Disaster Management Authorities for their delay when a man died on the National Highway near Athani, Angamaly, after stepping in a pothole. The Kerala High Court criticized the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) on Monday for neglecting to maintain its roadways, which resulted in the

Dowry demand by wealthier people against impoverished family members of wife is rampant: Bombay High Court

The High Court overturned judgments acquitting the husband and his family members, stating that the evidence of the deceased woman’s parents was rejected on inadequate grounds. The Bombay High Court in Aurangabad recently stated that the societal scourge of dowry persists in our culture, with even ostensibly wealthy people demanding payment from the destitute parents

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