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Can Additional Evidence, whether Oral or Documentary or in any other form, at an appellate or any other stage : Section 391 of the CrPC (Criminal Procedure Code), dilutes the Section 300 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973

Section 391 of the CrPC (Criminal Procedure Code), dilutes the Section 300 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, and the message given by judicial interpretation is loud and clear, i.e. Additional Evidence, whether Oral or Documentary or in any other form can be taken.

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IMPORTANCE OF SERVICE OF DOCUMENTS REFERRED IN THE SHOW CAUSE NOTICE ISSUED UNDER (INDIAN) INCOME TAX ACT, 1961 AND (INDIAN) BLACK MONEY (UNDISCLOSED FOREIGN INCOME AND ASSETS) AND IMPOSITION OF TAX ACT, 2015

The Division Bench of Delhi High Court while deciding the writ petition nos.W.P.(C) 3732/2017 and W.P.(C) 3749/2017 (http://delhihighcourt.nic.in/dhcqrydisp_o.asp?pn=90237&yr=2017), has signified the importance of the principle of natural justice in the Indian legal framework. The short point involved in these writ petitions was that neither of the Petitioners were

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Public Interest Petition (PIL) (Writ Petition (Civil) no. 406 of 2017): under Article 32 of the Constitution of India in the Supreme Court, against Union of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Finance and Reserve Bank of India, against the use and business of illegal cryptocurrencies or Decentralised Digital Currency or “Virtual Currency” (VCs), such as, Bitcoins, litecoins, bbqcoins, dogecoins etc.

A Public Interest Petition (PIL) (Writ Petition (Civil) no. 406 of 2017),  was filed under Article 32 of the Constitution of India in the Supreme Court, against Union of India, Ministry of Home Affairs, Ministry of Finance and Reserve Bank

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