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Delivery of the amount for transmission to the bank created ex facie a relationship of a fiduciary character: New Bank of India v/s Pearey Lal (1962).

[Case Brief] In Re: Berubari Union Case, 1960

(This post was written by Pooja Jasani from Gujarat National Law University, Gandhinagar) In Re: Berubari Union case was decided on 14th March 1960. It was decided by a seven-judge bench of the Honourable Supreme Court. Brief facts and Procedural History In the present case, Bengal and Punjab had to be partitioned. For the purpose […]

State Of Orissa vs Dr. (Miss) Binapani Dei & Ors, 1967 AIR 1269


Existence of large number of competitors in the market, does not entitle dominant position: CCI [Case Brief]

A firm is said to be in the dominant position if it behaves independently of its competitors, suppliers, customers and the consumers. Such company can restrict the competition if it has the position of strength in the given market. However, a dominant position is not in itself anti-competitive but it is only when the company uses […]