defaulter is one who has not paid the loan back despite the ability to repay it.
The CIC's statement comes as the issue of show cause notice being served to RBI governor Urjit Patel for non-disclosure of wilful
defaulters list has come to the fore.
Sitting with Mr Justice Lavender and Judge Simon Bourne-Arton QC, he added: "We are satisfied that the overall directions on wilful
neglect were sufficiently clear and do not provide a basis for an arguable ground of appeal."
There is 16 per cent rise in wilful
defaulters over last year who owe over Rs 25 lakh to the banks.
The house was taped off and the pair were arrested on suspicion of wilful
neglect of a young person under 16.
is a word with many uses in the law, but even the weaker connotations imply knowledge of unlawfulness or reckless indifference to the law...." (first citing McLaughlin v.
POLICE fear "many more" staff could have been providing substandard care to patients at Princess of Wales Hospital than the number charged with wilful
Any diversion of funds immediately triggers RBI's "wilful
default" clause.UBI finally became the first bank to declare Mallya and three other directors of the ailing airline wilful
defaulters on September 1.
TWO nurses from the Princess of Wales Hospital have appeared at Cardiff Crown Court, charged with wilful
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday refused to entertain a petition filed by Kingfisher Airline against being declared as wilful
defaulter, saying it has become infructuous as the Grievance Redressal Committee of Union Bank of India has already passed an order.
blindness as a form of fault is quite familiar to Canadian criminal law.