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court of criminal appeal--Whether can interfere with concurrent findings of fact --interference when grave and substantial injustice. Indian Penal ... That this Court would not interfere with the concurrent findings of fact based on pure appreciation of evidence even
Supreme Court of India
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Constitution of India, 1950: Article 136-- Concurrent findings of fact--Normally no interference--Where essential ingredients necessary for finding ... second appeal, no court should interfere with the concurrent findings of fact. [684F] Normally, this court is too reluctant
Supreme Court of India
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INFO : R 1976 SC2547 (25) ACT: Civil Procedure-Concurrent findings of fact-powers of second appellate court-insufficiency of evidence ... entitled in second appeal, to interfere with even concurrent findings of fact of the courts below not only where
Supreme Court of India
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accused appellant. It is now, therefore, an admitted fact that concurrent findings of fact for conviction of the appellant under ... under Article 136 of the Constitution against the concurrent findings of fact, it would be appropriate for us to consider
Supreme Court of India
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Supreme Court of India Sushil Ansal vs State Thr.Cbi on 5 March, 2014 Author
Supreme Court of India
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well as the first appellate court have recorded concurrent findings of fact to the effect that the plaintiffs have earmarked ... material evidence, erred in interfering with the concurrent findings of fact. While holding that 'A' schedule property has been left
Supreme Court of India
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respondents) submits that the issues are concluded by concurrent findings of facts. He relies on the judgment of the Supreme ... submission that the issues are concluded by concurrent findings of facts which bind this Court in second appellate jurisdiction
Patna High Court
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Court by order dated 25.1.1999 interfered with the concurrent findings of fact recorded by the Rent Controller and the Appellate ... High Court committed error in disturbing the concurrent findings of fact recorded by the Rent Controller and the Appellate Authority
Supreme Court of India
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Supreme Court of India Sushil Ansal vs State Thr.Cbi on 5 March, 1947 Author
Supreme Court of India
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Natthu Singh, it was held that.-- "Where the concurrent findings of fact are vitiated by non-consideration of relevant evidence ... Gujar and Others , wherein it was held that.-- "Concurrent findings of fact, however, erroneous cannot be disturbed by the High
Karnataka High Court
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