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https://plus.google.com/113242172792672393794 advocate Kumar : An Article about "SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENT ABOUT PAYING INSTALMENTS" For details,

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SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENT ABOUT PAYING INSTALMENTS
(Advocates, Property advocates in Bangalore, Property lawyers in Bangalore) Latest SC Judgment states Buyers will have to forfeit in payment if remaining instalments are not made on time Make sure that you read the agr...
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https://plus.google.com/108869188360022079839 Rob Cypher : As Jonathan Chait notes, only five Republican senators voted to confirm Justice Elena Kagan to the Supreme...
As Jonathan Chait notes, only five Republican senators voted to confirm Justice Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court, and three of those senators — Judd Gregg, Richard Lugar and Olympia Snowe — are no longer in the Senate. If Republicans take the Senate this November, there is a very real possibility that no one President Obama nominates to a Supreme Court vacancy, no matter what their record or qualifications, could be confirmed to the Court.

We made a similar point in 2012, when Tea Party candidate Richard Mourdock defeated Lugar in a Republican Senate primary after he attacked Lugar for his support of Kagan and Justice Sonia Sotomayor. As we wrote then, “[i]n light of this incident, it is unlikely that any of the few remaining Republicans who backed an Obama Supreme Court appointee will be willing to risk their careers by doing the same again.”
Indeed, under the Senate’s current rules, Republicans could block a Supreme Court appointment right now, if they chose to, even though Democrats effectively control 55 percent of the Senate. Last November, when Senate Democrats voted to invoke the so-called “nuclear option” and end the GOP’s ability to require a supermajority to vote to confirm most nominees, they left in place the 60 supermajority requirement for Supreme Court confirmations. As a result, unless at least five Republicans oppose a GOP filibuster of a Supreme Court nominee, the current rules allow the GOP to keep that nominee from being confirmed.

Of course, if the vacancy were to arise right now, when Democrats control a solid majority of the Senate’s seats, it would be a simple matter to invoke the “nuclear option” again — a procedure that allows the Senate’s rules to be changed by a simple majority vote. But that assumes that a majority of the Senate is willing to support such a rules change.

Although Republicans have not, to say the least, been particularly cooperative when it comes to confirming President Obama’s judges, the truth is that there are some GOP senators who have been less obstructionist than others. Earlier this month, for example, Sens. Susan Collins (R-ME) and Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) voted with Democrats on Michelle Friedland’s nomination to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Friedland, by virtue of the fact that she once clerked on the Supreme Court and that she is a relatively young 41 years-old, is a plausible Supreme Court nominee in a Democratic administration.

The nightmare scenario for Democrats under the current Senate rules arises if Republicans take over the Senate but Collins and Murkowski break with their party to support President Obama’s future Supreme Court nominee. This November, Democrats must defend their gains from the 2008 wave election year where they won seats in states like Alaska and Arkansas where Democrats typically do not fare particularly well. It is easy to imagine Republicans emerging with a slight majority — maybe 51 seats — once all the votes are counted.
Under that scenario, an Obama nominee is still likely to be supported by all 49 of the remaining members of the Democratic caucus, and that nominee could be supported by a handful of Republicans as well.

Nevertheless, it is unlikely that any Republican would vote at that particular moment to change the Senate’s rules in order to allow a Supreme Court nominee to clear the Senate by a simple majority vote. To do so would likely be political suicide.

The Senate Democrats’ decision to cut Supreme Court nominees out of the nuclear option last November, in other words, could prove deadly for any nomination President Obama sends to the Senate. If Republicans take the Senate this November, we may need to get used to seeing an empty seat on the Supreme Court for a very long time.
There’s A Hidden Timebomb In The Senate Rules That Will Go Off If A Supreme Court Justice Retires
The Senate Democrats' decision to cut Supreme Court nominees out of the nuclear option could prove deadly for any Supreme Court nomination Obama sends to the Senate.
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https://plus.google.com/113242172792672393794 advocate Kumar : SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENT ABOUT PAYING INSTALMENTS (Advocates, Property advocates in Bangalore, Property...
SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENT ABOUT PAYING INSTALMENTS
(Advocates, Property advocates in Bangalore, Property lawyers in Bangalore) Latest SC Judgment states Buyers will have to forfeit in payment if remaining instalments
are not made on time Make sure that you read the agreement carefully before you buy a flat ...
SUPREME COURT JUDGEMENT ABOUT PAYING INSTALMENTS
(Advocates, Property advocates in Bangalore, Property lawyers in Bangalore) Latest SC Judgment states Buyers will have to forfeit in payment if remaining instalments are not made on time Make sure that you read the agr...
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https://plus.google.com/106785443990864646313 igor samuh : Supreme Court Justices Say They're Likely To Rule On NSA Surveillance http://trib.al/uACgSkB
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Supreme Court justices Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Antonin Scalia think that the nation's top court will eventually rule on the NSA's surveillance activities...
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https://plus.google.com/118217863937668887102 jaya siri : Delhi Supreme Court of India Recruitment Notification 2014 Delhi Supreme Court of India Recruitment ...
Delhi Supreme Court of India Recruitment Notification 2014
Delhi Supreme Court of India Recruitment Notification 2014  Supreme Court of India, New Delhi had issued a notification for the recruitment of Chief librarian vacancies in Supreme Court Library. Supreme Court of India, New Delhi Name of the Post: Chief Libr...
Delhi Supreme Court of India Recruitment Notification 2014
Delhi Supreme Court of India Recruitment Notification 2014  Supreme Court of India, New Delhi had issued a notification for the recruitment of Chief librarian vacancies in Supreme Court Library. Supreme Court of India, New D...
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https://plus.google.com/118289464093058660801 Loyd Stuber : Previewing A 'Juicy' Supreme Court Case On Food Labeling Regulation
Previewing A 'Juicy' Supreme Court Case On Food Labeling Regulation
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https://plus.google.com/102138128034776070977 India Today : Supreme Court agrees to hear Tarun Tejpal's bail plea - The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear the...
Supreme Court agrees to hear Tarun Tejpal's bail plea - The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear the bail plea of Tehelka founder Tarun Tejpal, an accused in a rape case, and issued notice to the Goa Police. http://ow.ly/2FRUiA
SC agrees to hear Tejpal's bail plea, issues notice to Goa Police : North, News - India Today

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https://plus.google.com/113684761227123337074 Caravan : Tejpal's Plea: SC Issues Notice to Goa Government - NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court Monday issued notice...
Tejpal's Plea: SC Issues Notice to Goa Government - NEW DELHI - The Supreme Court Monday issued notice to the Goa government on the bail plea by Tehelka founder editor Tarun Tejpal, currently in jail for the alleged sexual assault on a junior woman colleague in Goa. -IANS http://ow.ly/2FRVAW
Tejpal’s Plea: SC Issues Notice to Goa Government

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https://plus.google.com/103672038490802642210 The Sentinel : BCCI names Shastri in three–member probe panel Mumbai, April 20: The Indian cricket board on Sunday...
BCCI names Shastri in three–member probe panel

Mumbai, April 20: The Indian cricket board on Sunday named former skipper Ravi Shastri in the three–member probe panel that would be proposed to the Supreme Court to probe the betting scandal in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

At the emergency working committee meeting of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), former Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) head RK Raghavan and former chief justice of the Calcutta High Court JN Patel were also named in the new probe panel, well–informed sources told IANS.

The name of former Lok Sabha speaker Somnath Chatterjee was also discussed, the sources said.

However, BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel refused to take any names.

“We have finalised the three–member panel that will be proposed to the Supreme Court but, considering the sanctity of the court, I cannot reveal their names,” Patel told reporters after the meeting.

Former BCCI president Shashank Manohar also attended the meeting and sources told IANS that the three–member panel was carefully picked to impress the Supreme Court with a free and fair probe. Manohar opposed Raghavan’s name but didn’t get any support.

The BCCI will recommend the new probe panel to the Supreme Court on April 22 when the apex court will finally decide who will investigate the matter fairly.

Last week, the Supreme Court said N Srinivasan’s name features in the list of the 13 people named by the Mudgal Committee in the IPL betting scam and he cannot take charge if the BCCI has to conduct an inquiry on its own.

Though the apex court admitted that all the charges are yet to be verified, it said that if the BCCI is given powers to investigate then it has to be done without Srinivasan at the top.

Supreme Court had removed Srinivasan as the BCCI president and put Sunil Gavasakar as the interim president in–charge of the IPL and senior vice–president Shivlal Yadav in–charge of rest of the affairs.

The bench stressed on the institutional autonomy of the BCCI and said: “If the BCCI has to be given power to investigate then it has to be done without Srinivasan and till investigation is complete Srinivasan will not come back. If there is an SIT (Special Investigation Team), things will be different. But IPL must go on.” IANS
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https://plus.google.com/101781230772236272982 JmanPrepper Redux : Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens supports gutting the Second Amendment in order to remove...
Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens supports gutting the Second Amendment in order to remove any limit on government infringements on the right of self-defense.

Stevens made clear that the amendment would clear the way for a national ban on private ownership of the means of self-defense.

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Watch the video: John Paul Stevens: Change Second Amendment to Remove "Any Limits" on Government Power
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Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens supports gutting the Second Amendment in order to remove any limit on government infringements on the right of self-defense. Stevens made clear that the amendment would clear the way for a national ban on private ownership of the means of self-defense. ABC This Week, April 20, 2014 Source: National Review
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Ravi Shastri named in three-member panel to be proposed by BCCI to Supreme Court for IPL scam probe

The BCCI will propose the three-member panel to the Supreme Court in a hearing on April 22.

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Supreme Court issues notice to Goa govt. on Tarun Tejpal's plea

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https://plus.google.com/110283749105992444819 Rashtriya Sawrakshan : BCCI suggests three-man committee to Supreme Court to probe IPL scandal Faced with a credibility crisis...
BCCI suggests three-man committee to Supreme Court to probe IPL scandal
Faced with a credibility crisis arising out of the IPL spot-fixing and betting scandal, the BCCI suggested to the Supreme Court a three-member committee made up of eminent persons to probe the corruption case on the directives of the apex court. ---------...
BCCI suggests three-man committee to Supreme Court to probe IPL scandal - Rashtriya Sawrakshan
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