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In Significant Victory for Home Buyers, SC Rejects Developer’s Appeal on Excess Sale Area ‘In fact, this is a common practice adopted by majority of builders/developers which is basically an unfair trade practice,’ the NCDRC had said in its order. In a significant victory for home-buyers the Supreme Court dismissed a builder’s appeal on January 12 and upheld the National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission’s (NCDRC) ruling in favour of a home-buyer. It had held that the builder’s demand for more money over the contractual sale,...

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Farm laws, their constitutional validity, and hope -PDT Achary

-The Hindu In the event of further judicial intervention, there are grounds and an opportunity for the government to revisit the laws With the Supreme Court of India staying the operation of the farm laws and setting up a committee of experts to negotiate with the government and the farmers, the agitation being carried on by the farmers is entering a new phase. The farmers’ unions have not reacted favourably to the...

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SC didn’t act on CAA but entering uncharted terrain on farms: Dave -R Balaji

-The Telegraph The Supreme Court Bar Association president described the top court’s decision to hold a hearing on Tuesday as 'astonishing' The Supreme Court is making forays into uncharted territory by staying the implementation of the new farm laws while refusing to freeze the Citizenship Amendment Act and the recent “love jihad” ordinances issued by the governments in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, eminent jurist Dushyant Dave told The Telegraph on Wednesday. “The Supreme...

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Most on Supreme Court committee have backed farm laws, called protests misguided -Udit Misra

-The Indian Express All four members have publicly been in favour of the farm laws and none of them has supported the demands for repealing them. Declaring they will not participate in any court-ordered committee process, the All India Kisan Sangharsh Coordination Committee has said the members of the committee named by the apex court “are people who are known for their support to the three Acts and have actively advocated for...

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Supreme Court enters uncharted territory; in Aadhaar, poll bonds, took another stand -Apurva Vishwanath

-The Indian Express This is perhaps the first time the apex court has stayed a law passed by Parliament without sparing even a single hearing to examine its constitutionality — the court’s primary function. With its interim order staying the implementation of the three new farm laws, the Supreme Court has entered into uncharted territory. This is perhaps the first time the apex court has stayed a law passed by Parliament without...

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