shubham budhiraja

PARA LEGAL VOLUNTER

DELHI STATE LEGAL SERVICE AUTHORITY

A Simple Human being with some Education of mind and soul.

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  • PARA LEGAL VOLUNTER 09-11-2018 - Present
    DELHI STATE LEGAL SERVICE AUTHORITY

    PRE-LITIGATION SETTLEMENT , ASSISTANCE ON POLICE STATION ON CHILD-MISSING CASES

  • ASSOCIATE COMPANY SECRETARY 29-05-2020 - Present
    ICSI

    CIVIL, CONSUMER, NI, RERA, IBC, CCI, ROC ADJUDICATION


Education
  • BCOM(H) 01-03-2019 - 31-03-2019
    RAMANUJAN COLLEGE, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI

    2013-2016

  • COMPANY SECRETARY 26-04-2019 - 26-04-2019
    ICSI

    2013-2017

  • LLB 26-04-2019 - 26-04-2019
    FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF DELHI

    2019-PRESENT


Awards
  • Certificate of Participation 2019
    Banaras Hindu University

    Represented law center-II, University of Delhi and Went till Quarter Finals at National Moot Court Competition , Banaras Hindu University

  • Marks Sheet 2019
    Law Center-II

    Secured Third Rank in Semester-one , Law center-II, University of Delhi

  • Best Presenter Male 2020
    NIRC, ICSI

    MSOP


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Mr. A and Mr. B entered into a transaction to buy nitrogen oxygen plant for which Mr. A paid advance sum of Rs.20 lacs. Because the consumer of Mr. A defaulted in payment, Mr. A asked Mr. B to cancel the transaction and refund the advance. On denial of same, Mr. A filed recovery suit against Mr. B. Mr. B filed section 8 arbitration and get the matter referred to the arbitration. Mr. A filed statem......

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If there is a fraud played upon by the Insurance co. then insurance Co. cannot take benefit of it. It becomes voidable agreement to the benefit of consumer. If the mandate of IRDAI is not followed such as proposal form not given within 30 days etc. Then exclusion clause becomes redundant. The Blue pencil applies.  An exclusion clause in a contract of insurance has to be interpreted ......

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A filed a partition suit against B. B filed Order 7 R11 seeking rejection of plaint on two grounds (i) court fees, (ii) concealment of will. The Hon'ble High Court rejected the aforesaid Application and held that: Where relief of possession is consequential to the main relief of partition then no separate court is required for both subjects. The plaintiff has paid court fees equal to 1/5 of h......

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Hon’ble Supreme Court of India in Gujarat State Civil Supplies corp. v. Mahakali Foods Pvt. Ltd., Civil appeal no. 127 of 2018, Judgment dated 31/10/2022 has held that the MSME Act being a special law is enacted for the specific category of persons i.e. micro, small & medium buyers and suppliers whereas Arbitration & conciliation Act is a general law of resolving dispute using altern......

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Villagers of place A using an area as a crematorium for 100 years. After establishment of residential society therein, society members filed complaint to the municipality for shifting of crematorium. The Hon’ble High court in writ petition directed the standing committee of municipality to take this decision. The Division Bench however directed the Municipality to take possession of alternat......

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ABG Shipyard import goods for export. Sometimes they keep such goods at customs warehouse. ABG imported various goods since year 2011. No demand was raised by the custom department for interest on warehouse facilities and pending custom duties. In the 2017, CIRP was issued against ABG. The IRP in further of his duties asked the custom department for warehoused goods but no cooperation received for......

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Mr. A & Developer-B enters into a builder buyer agreement containing an arbitration clause giving unilateral power to the Managing Director of the developer company to appoint an arbitrator. Dispute arose, B appointed C as arbitrator who later recused himself. Thereafter, B appointed D as arbitrator. Mr. A filed an objection challenging the appointment which was rejected by the arbitrator. Mr.......

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Ms. A filed a petition under 498A IPC against her husband and in laws-family members. The Brother in law filed discharge application stating that no specific allegations made against him. The MM court allowed the discharge and session judge confirmed it in revision. Under Section 482 CRPC, the Hon’ble High Court confirmed the discharge of brother in law by holding that MM court while dealing......

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Mr. A, father, purchased two properties from his Income in the name of minor sons as owners in papers. The sons later on sold the property to Mr. B. Mr. A filed suit for declaration of title seeking setting aside of the sale deed made by sons to Mr. B. Mr. A deposes his statement, statement of the tenant who deposed that Mr. A was in possession of property and he used to pay him rent. Sons in thei......

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Mr. A bought a car new from the dealer and paid full consideration. However, the vehicle was delivered after 1 year. Mr. A alleged that said car is old one and has many defects. On denial of replacement by dealer, Mr. A filed consumer complaint seeking replacement of vehicle. District Consumer forum and State Commission directed the dealer to replace the car. The National Commission modified the o......

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A filed a suit against B seeking mandatory injunction and mense profits. B filed O 7 R 11 seeking dismissal of suit for deficient court fees because for jurisdiction, the plaintiff valued at 2.5 crore but for court fees valued at Rs.250. The Delhi High court held that dual approach is not allowed. Once relief is valued as per suit valuation act then court fees has to be paid on it. Though it ......

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A and B enters into a contract wherein dispute arose and A filed section 9 petition at Court at Vishakhapatnam seeking injunction against bank guarantee and forfeiture of security deposit and same was allowed. Thereafter, A sent letter to B seeking appointment of arbitrator and arbitrator was appointed by A. B questioned the validity of appointment and filed Section 11(6) petition in Hig......

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M/S A, importer & exporter, booked British Airways to send cargo of fruits and vegetables to Canada via London. Due to bad weather, the flight couldn't landed in Canada and goods damaged. British Airline offered to settle 50%. M/s A raised the claim and filed civil suit for recovery of damages. The Airline raised preliminary objection of limitation as suit was filed after expiry of 2 years, as......

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A, B and C, shareholder has filed Oppression Mismanagement petition against the Company. The Company filed application raised objection of maintainability for lack of 10% equity. Company Court allowed the application and dismissed the petition. The Hon’ble Delhi High Court set aside the order and held that once it is accepted that the shareholder can also challenge the transfer of shareholdi......

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ABC cafe was called upon by Delhi police with a show cause notice (SCN) on the ground that they are operating beyond the permissible time duration and various FIR has been filed. On non-compliance of it, Jt. Commissioner of Delhi Police issued SCN calling for suspension of license. ABC cafe challenged the SCN arguing that the police commissioner has no power to suspend it. The High Court rejected ......

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A took a Loan from Bank and defaulted. B issued notice under SARFESI and took symbolic possession of property. To get physical possession, it filed application under section 14 to take help of DM/CMM. Aggrieved by delay in deciding this application, Bank filed writ in High Court wherein CMM cited that due to long pendency of cases, it is not practical to decide the application within 30 days. HC h......

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A married B and a child are born out of wedlock. While child was 2 months old, Husband B died. A married C and changed the surname of child with that of new father C. Biological Grandparents of Child petition under Guardianship act seeking themself as Guardian of Child. The trial court dismissed the petition calling mother as natural guardian. The High Court in appeal directed the mother to change......

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A took marine Insurance from B. The Ship sank and A filed its claim. National Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum (NCDRC) allowed the claim relying on statements of crew members of ship and on reason that there is 2 year delay in survey report. The Supreme Court set aside the NCDRC order holding that delay per se cannot be deficiency. There are contradictions in statements of crew members which cann......

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A, electricity company, had an award from APTEL of Rs.1000 crore in its favor but same is being challenged at Supreme Court. Meantime, B, Bank, filed section 7 IBC against A for default of 500 crore. A filed M.A application seeking stay of IBC till Supreme Court decide APTEL appeal. The NCLT and NCLAT dismissed the M. A on reason that Section 7(5) only requires debt as due and payable and other fa......

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A Hotel granted license in favor of B to run the shops in accordance with License Agreement, A revoked the license after serving revocation notice. B filed suit for seeking declaration that license is irrevocable, A opposed the suit by filling section 8 application stated that there is pre-existing arbitration clause. B realized that A had created few mortgage in favor of Banks. B filed applicatio......

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