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Nov 18 2017 (HC)

Vivek Pratap Singh Vs. The Central Bureau of Investigation

Court : Jharkhand

..... as a partnership firm. shri vivek pratap singh and smt. renuka singh were the two partners of this firm. this firm was engaged for production of synthetic woven bags used in ..... s. case no. r.c. 08(s) of 2014 eow r for the offence initially registered under sections 120 (b), r/w 420, 468 & 471 of the indian penal code on the basis of complaint lodged by shri neeraj raja singh, chief manager, state bank of india, sme branch, city centre, sector iv, bokaro steel city ..... dated 17.05.2016 under which cognizance has been taken under sections 120b r/w 420, 467, 468 & 471 of the indian penal code & under sections 12 & 13(2) r/w 13(1) (d) p.c act, 1988.6. on 30.08.2017, (a.b.a. no.3295 of 2016) this court took note that out of ..... sections 120b, 420, 467, 468, 471 of the i.p.c and under section 12 & 13 (2) r/w section 13(1)(d) of the p.c act and cognizance has been taken under the same sections, trial will take some time. so, considering all these facts, the petitioner deserves privilege of anticipatory bail.5. a ..... of remaining directors as per his convenience. in fact this company was one man show, which has been solely handled by shri vivek pratap singh. no overt act on the part of remaining other directors could be found during investigation. m/s renuka ply industries, hupad, demotand, hazarbiagh came into existence on 22nd july, 2002 .....

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Nov 05 2007 (HC)

indrasan Singh and ors. Vs. Yudhisthir Singh and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Reported in : [2008(1)JCR189(Jhr)]

..... was presented before the registrar of gorakhpur. from all these facts, i agree with the finding of the learned sub-ordinate judge that the partnership deed was executed without explaining contents thereof to the plaintiff. it is also too well established principle of law that those who want to take ..... custom and states the principle on which the presumption is based. the learned lord observed:in this it has only given the special development, which indian social usages make necessary, to the general rules of english law, which protect persons, whose disabilities make them dependent upon or subject them to ..... held that none of the co-villagers or relatives including her sons-in laws were attesting witness on the said gift deed, rather three strangers acted as attesting witnesses.15. considering the entire facts and circumstances of the case, we fully agree with the finding recorded by the learned single ..... , none of co-villagers or relatives, including her sons-in-law or daughters were attesting witnesses on the said gift deed; rather three strangers acted as attesting witnesses. two of them were local tayeeds and third one was also a resident of different village and very surprisingly none of them ..... fourth daughter, brijbas devi and her husband rameshwar prasad singh for declaration that execution of deed of gift by kismati devi was not her conscious act and it was in-operative and ineffective document and did not confer any title upon defendant no. 1, plaintiffs' case inter alia is that .....

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