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Millionaire jailed for 30 years

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SYDNEY millionaire Ron Medich has been jailed for at least 30 years for directing the execution-style murder of a business enemy and the intimidation of his widow. 6,829 more words

Australia

Civil War Masonry

Another example of masonic brotherly love during times of conflict.

Perhaps one of the best examples of these ties of brotherhood occurred on the battlefield at Gettysburg. 522 more words

America

Digest Indian Contract Act

A.S. Motors Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Union of India, (2013)10SCC114
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. Vs. Chembur Service Station,(2011)3SCC710
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Ltd. Vs. BPL Mobile Cellular Ltd.,(2008)13SCC597… 123 more words

CIVIL

The High Court cannot in guise of exercising its jurisdiction under Article 227 convert itself into a Court of appeal

In Bathutmal Raichand Oswal vs. Laxmibai R. Tarta and another, (1975) 1 SCC 858, this Court held :

“The High Court cannot in guise of exercising its jurisdiction under Article 227 convert itself into a Court of appeal when the Legislature has not conferred a right of appeal and made the decision of the subordinate Court or Tribunal final on facts.” 801 more words

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Property held as joint tenancy passes on the death of one joint tenant, by survivorship. Among tenants-in-common, it passes by succession.

These questions are manifestations of the concepts of property know as “joint tenancy” and “tenancy-in-common”. They are marked by distinct features. Property held as joint tenancy passes on the death of one joint tenant, by survivorship. 1,049 more words

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