No inference can be drawn on projected probabilities without cogent evidence against a registered sale deed, which has presumptive value of correctness.
(1) It was not open to the Arbitrator to rewrite the terms of the contract and award the contractor a higher rate for the work for which rate was already fixed in the contract.
(2) When the Arbitrator takes a view which is not even possible or commits error of jurisdiction by wandering out of contract, it would be 'patent illegality'.
State of mind for preparation of crime disclosed under Section 27 of the Evidence Act would be a relevant factor as fact disclosed.
Creation of Sub-Division in District is a considered policy of the State Government for good governance and no mandamus can be issued directing the State Government to constitute a Sub-Division under Section 13(2) of the Chhattisgarh Land Revenue Code, 1959.
Under the National Highways Act, 1956, there is no provision for de-notification of the acquired land, therefore, under Article 226 of the Constitution of India, writ cannot be issued for de-notification of the acquired land.
Once an appeal under Section 14A of the POA Act against the order passed by the Special Court rejecting the application under Section 439 of the CrPC is decided on merits or otherwise by this Court, subsequent appeal under change of circumstances would not be directly maintainable under Section 14A of the POA Act before this Court even on change of circumstances and remedy to the accused, if any, is to file an application before the Special Court for grant of bail.