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Date of Birth January 26, 1901
Date of Death April 01, 1992
Place of Birth (1901-01-26)26 January 1901
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Horoscope Aquarius

S. T. Desai Biography

S. T. Desai is a famous 1st Chief Justice of Gujarat, who was born on January 26, 1901 in (1901-01-26)26 January 1901. According to Astrologers, S. T. Desai's zodiac sign is Aquarius.

Sunderlal Trikamlal Desai (26 January 1901 – 12 April 1992) was the 1st Chief Justice of Gujarat, serving from 1 May 1960 until his retirement on 25 January 1961. He later practiced as Senior Counsel in the Supreme Court of India till 1988. In 1968, he was appointed Treasurer for the Indian Commission of Jurists, a member of the International Commission of Jurists where he was instrumental in submitting the report on Right to Freedom of Movement before the ICJ.

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Desai was born in Bombay. His father T. R. Desai died young but wrote several books on Limitation, Sale of Goods, Contract Equity and Specific Relief before that. Sunderlal was a brilliant law student and was awarded the Kinloch Forbes Gold Medal for proficiency in law at the LL. B. examination of the University of Bombay from the Government Law College, Mumbai. He then proceeded to the U.K. to become a Barrister and became a member of the Bar from the Lincoln's Inn in 1927.

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He practiced as a Senior Counsel in the Supreme Court of India after his retirement as Chief Justice of Gujarat from 1963 up to 1988 where he represented the Nathdwara temple trustees, the President of India, ATIRA, Ambica Mills and other famous clients.

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Mulla Hindu Law is India's best reference book on Hindu succession, inheritance, marriage, divorce, maintenance, guardianship adoption and other family laws. The current 21st edition is being revised by Mr. Satyajeet Desai.

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In 1957, Tata Iron & Steel Company wanted to change their Memorandum of Association in order to allow the company to make contributions to political parties. The matter went to court. Justices MC Chagla and ST Desai ruled in the Bombay High Court allowing the change but with weighty obiter. Their comments were: "The very basis of democracy is the voter and when in India we are dealing with adult suffrage it's even more important than elsewhere.. That the integrity of the voter is also safeguarded.. Before parting with this case, we think it our duty to draw the attention of Parliament to the great danger in permitting companies to make contributions to the funds of political parties. It is a danger which may grow apace and which may ultimately overwhelm and even throttle democracy in this country. Therefore, it is desirable for Parliament to consider under what circumstances and under what limitations companies would be permitted to make these contributions."

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