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Provides extensive coverage of all reportable and non-reportable cases of the Supreme Court of India on criminal matters, including many cases not reported elsewhere.
Widely regarded by both practitioners and academics as the first source of reference for Supreme Court criminal cases.
The law report started in 1970, is now published in three volumes a year in response to the growing volume of Supreme Court case law on criminal matters.
It is indispensable to new users as it is invaluable to Judges and experienced criminal practitioners.
Clear headnote summaries are presented at the beginning of each case, providing a sound overview of the key facts and a clear and precise extraction of the legal rulings.
SCC (Criminal) maintains the highest standards of clarity in expression, authority in exposition, and user-friendliness in layout.
All cases on criminal law decided in the Supreme Court together with the full text of the judgment.
Headnotes containing keywords summarising the main issues discussed and extracting the legal rulings in the case and a list of cases referred to in the judgment.
Detailed cross-referencing, with extensive references to established case law.
A key word index for ease of use and topic heading for case law not falling under any statute.
SCC (Criminal) gives the most complete reporting, through its regular and supplement volumes, and reports all the criminal judgements of the Supreme Court, that have any law point in it. Many cases reported in SCC (Cri), are not reported in any other journal. Its reporting is accurate and error-free.
Saves Money, Saves Space
The comprehensive reporting given by SCC (Cri) means you do not need any other law report for Supreme Court criminal case-law. You thus save money and space. The value of a SCC (Cri) set appreciates with time and you also save through tax benefits.
SCC (Cri) is Prompt, and reports most judgements faster, on a monthly basis.
It, thus, keeps you ahead of others.
SCC (Cri) is the most preferred law report by the Bench and the Bar for citation. The Supreme Court itself prefers to cite SCC in its judgements. Because of its comprehensive coverage and analytical headnotes most lawyers prefer to cite SCC (Cri).
The headnotes in SCC are analytical, and brings out the maximum law points from a case, and are today regarded as the best. The reading of the headnotes itself gives the complete law laid down in the judgement, and saves time of the judge/lawyer, who does not have to read the entire judgement to understand the case.
SCC by its quality, excellence, and reliability has won the trust of the Hon'ble Judges and leading
advocates in the Supreme Court and all the High Courts making it the most frequently cited law
report. Most commentaries and textbooks also prefer to cite SCC.
1. The subscription rate of Supreme Court CasesTM (Criminal) is for 3 volumes only (of about 800 pages each). Monthly pats are issued on the 1st day of each month. Additional/Supplementary volumes, if published, will be charged extra; their purchase is, however, optional for The subscriber.
2. Delivery is guaranteed by Registered Post by the Indian Department of Posts. However, if any part is not received, another copy will be re-sent on receipt of a written complaint about such non-receipt, within four weeks of its date of publication, by letter or e-mail at email@example.com.
3. Direct payment to Eastern Book Company is strongly recommended. For all subscriptions remitted through booksellers, supply of parts will commence only on receipt of the subscription by M/S Eastern Book Company, Lucknow. Subscriptions paid to any bookseller are at the discretion of the subscriber and Eastern Book Company accepts no liability whatsoever.
4. The subscription rates are based on current prices of paper and other inputs, but in case further increases in the cost of paper, postage or other inputs make it necessary, a supplementary bill will be issued for the same.
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