MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE OF A MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL

 ” HOSPITALS LIABLE TO PAY IF CONSULTING DOCTORS INVOLVED IN MEDICAL NEGLIGENCE ” – SC

The Supreme Court recently reiterated that a hospital is also vicariously responsible for the medical negligence committed by the medical professionals employed or retained by it.   It is well established that a hospital is vicariously liable for the acts of negligence committed by the doctors engaged or impaneled to provide medical care.   It…

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Supreme Court’s New advisory on Negotiable Instruments Act-For Speedy Trial

Amend Section 138 Negotiable Instruments Act ;Magistrates Should Record Reasons Before Converting Summary Trial To Summons Trial: SC Re Expeditious Trial Of Cases Under Section 138 of N.I Act . Citation:LL 2021 SC 217 The second proviso to Section 143 of the Negotiable Instruments Act empowers the Magistrate to convert the summary trial to summons…

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At charge framing stage only prima facie to be considered-Mini trial is not permissible: Supreme Court

In a case titled as State of Rajasthan v. Ashok Kumar Kashyap, Criminal Appeal No. 407 of 2021 (Arising from SLP (Criminal) No. 3194 of 2021) decided on : 13-04-2021, the Honourable Supreme Court of India has held that at the stage of considering framing of charge, only prima facie evidence is to be seen…

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U.P. Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religion Ordinance, 2020

  The Uttar Pradesh Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion of Religion Ordinance, 2020, which came into force on 27th November 2020, applies to everyone belonging to any religion. It seek to regulate religious conversions and Prohibition of Unlawful Conversion (including through marriages). Provides for the regulation of conversion through prescribed declaration. Before we begin to discuss about this controversial ordinance…

Latest Judgments

Breath Analysis or Blood Test is not necessary for insurer to reject the claim of insurance on the ground of drunken driving holds Supreme Court.     The Honourable Supreme Court of India has laid down a proposition of law on April,12,2021, to the effect that in repudiating insurance claim it is not necessary for…