The 97th constitutional amendment introduced part IX B restricting the power of state legislatures in cooperative societies. The amendment laid down several mandates from which the state cannot deviate. The Gujarat High Court in its 2013 judgment ruled that the cooperative society is under entry 32 list II of the 7th schedule and in order to make changes, it requires the ratification of at least one-half of the state legislature under article 368(2) of the constitution. Not doing the same will amount to encroachment in the state legislatures and an attempt to shift the subject of cooperative societies from state list to union list.
International Day of Justice is celebrated every year on 17th July across the globe to mark the strong foothold of Justice against International Crime.On this date of 17th July the International Criminal Court ( ICC ) was formally established, after the adoption of the Rome Statute in 1988.
The Chief Minister also said that an International Arbitration Centre will also be set up in the state on the lines of the International Arbitration Centre located in Singapore.
“Furthermore, the court said that it cannot shut its eyes to the fact that at the age of 18 the education of the son is not yet over and he cannot sustain himself as he would have barely passed his 12th standard on completing 18 years of age. Additionally the court can’t disregard the rising cost of living.
The consent of the minor girl is immaterial, even if she voluntarily went with the accused. The accused not only abducted the minor of age 15 years that attracts section 363 IPC, but also do marriage that attracts section 9, 10 of CMR Act, 1929. Further he sexually assaulted her that attracts section 4&6 of POCSO Act.
According to a letter issued on June 12, the Bill would ensure adequate protection to members of the legal fraternity to allow them to carry on their duties as officers of the court, fearlessly without having to worry about their and their family’s safety.
The Karnataka HC declared that execution of released deed for consideration can’t be invoked by the transferor (guardian) under section 23 of the Maintenance and Welfare of Parents and Senior Citizens Act, (MWPSC) 2007.
The Karnataka HC in the recently concluded case of S. Shivkumar v. State of Karnataka has held that illegal detention of innocent person and subsequent custodial violence or torture to which such a person has been subjected to by the police officers cannot be considered as discharge of public duty.
The daughter was a minor when she went missing, but by the time the case was heard, she had reached majority. Despite this, the petitioner sought the Court to use its ‘parens patriae’ jurisdiction, claiming that the missing child is still a vulnerable adult despite her age.