Court : Himachal Pradesh
Decided on : May-26-1997
Reported in : I(1998)ACC622,1998ACJ1268
..... statement under section 154, criminal procedure code, a case was registered by the police regarding the accident in question, was not examined during the course of proceedings for the reasons best known to the scooter driver. no explanation has come forth for non-examination of the pillion rider.25. in view ..... transferred by the scooter owner to the transferee, as such, it denied its liability for payment of any compensation. suresh kumar not holding a valid driving licence was made another ground for disputing its liability for payment of compensation. stand of the car owner was that his car was not ..... in order to further advance his submission, it was submitted that the sale being void in terms of scooters (distribution and sales) control order, 1960, as such neither the insurance company nor the scooter owner are absolved of the liability for payment of compensation. in support of his submission, ..... the sale is complete despite the transferee having failed to get the registration transferred by the registration authority under section 31 of the motor vehicles act, 1939, unless there is a contract to the contrary between the transferee and the transferor. the moment the possession of the vehicle together with ..... vehicle is the subject-matter of the very foundation of contract of insurance. neither section 96(1) nor section 96(2) of the act results in a policy of motor insurance being continued to operate and not lapse, notwithstanding the fact that the insured during the currency of the .....Tag this Judgment!