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Feb 09 2004

State of Punjab and Ors. Vs. S.C. Chadha

  • Decided on : 09-Feb-2004

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2004(2)AWC1879(SC); (SCSuppl)2004(3)CHN14; [2004(102)FLR636]; 2004(3)MhLj688; (2004)2MLJ177(SC); 2004MPLJ134(SC); 2004(2)SCALE337; (2004)3SCC394; 2004(2)SLJ150(SC)

... in the births and deaths register ignoring the rules framed by the state government referred to above. it ... : (1990)iillj158sc the a.p. public employment (recording and alteration of date of birth) rules, 1984 were considered. the public servant concerned had claimed correction of his date of birth with reference to the births and deaths register maintained under the births, deaths and marriage registration act, 1886. the andhra pradesh administrative tribunal corrected the date of birth as claimed by the petitioner before the tribunal, in view of the entry ... was inter alia observed by this court:'the object underlying rule 4 is to avoid repeated applications by a government employee for the correction of his date of birth and with that end in view it provides that ...

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Jul 28 2005

State of U.P. and Anr. Vs. Shiv Narain Upadhyaya

  • Decided on : 28-Jul-2005

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2005SC4192; 2005(3)ESC451; [2005(106)FLR910]; JT2005(6)SC444; 2005(3)KLT754(SC); (2005)6SCC49; 2005(3)SLJ113(SC)

... in the births and deaths register ignoring the rules framed by the state government referred to above. it ... : (1990)iillj158sc the a.p. public employment (recording and alteration of date of birth) rules, 1984 were considered. the public servant concerned had claimed correction of his date of birth with reference to the births and deaths register maintained under the births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886. the andhra pradesh administrative tribunal corrected the date of birth as claimed by the petitioner before the tribunal, in view of the entry ... was, inter alia, observed by this court:'the object underlying rule 4 is to avoid repeated applications by a government employee for the correction of his date of birth and with that end in view it provides that ...

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Jul 19 2006

State of Gujarat and Ors. Vs. Vali Mohmed Dosabhai Sindhi

  • Decided on : 19-Jul-2006

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2006SC2735; [2006(110)FLR891]; JT2006(6)SC468; 2006(7)SCALE206; (2006)6SCC537; 2006(2)LC1065(SC)

... in the births and deaths register ignoring the rules framed by the state government referred to above. it ... . havagreev sarma the a.p. public employment (recording and alteration of date of birth) rules. 1984 were considered. the public servant concerned had claimed correction of his date of birth with reference to the births and deaths register maintained under the births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886. the andhra pradesh administrative tribunal corrected the date of birth as claimed by the petitioner before the tribunal, in view of the entry ... was inter alia observed by this court:the object underlying rule 4 is to avoid repeated applications by a government employee for the correction of his date of birth and with that end in view it provides that ...

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Feb 02 1993

K.M. Jariwala Vs. Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd.

  • Decided on : 02-Feb-1993

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : (1993)2GLR1481; (1994)ILLJ735Guj

... the rules prior to the commencement of 1984 rules, he will not be entitled for alteration of his date of birth. incidentally, it was further held that rule 5 could not be said to be repugnant section 9 of births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886. section 9 merely relates to admissibility of documents, it does not seek to regulate service conditions of a state ... employee. in my opinion even this decision would have no application to the facts and circumstances of the present case, particularly bearing in mind the very prayer of the petitioner for restoration of the date of birth recorded ... reply the respondent has come out with a case that it is only when the petitioner has himself prepared annual performance appraisal report, that he mentioned subsequently the date of birth to the 5th february, 1937. 10. on merits mr. shelat, learned advocate for the respondent-corporation had made reference to the list under the title 'indian public enterprises ... the light of the sound and establishment practice and precedents of the company and the relevant records scrutinised by me, i have come to the conclusion that your date of birth (29th january, 1935) as indicated in the certificate dated 1st july, 1954 (which incidentally bears your signature as well issued by the secondary school certificate examination board, ...

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Apr 20 2001

Surendra Dash Vs. Laxmidhar Sahoo and Anr.

  • Decided on : 20-Apr-2001

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 92(2001)CLT114

... for that the finding of the learned single judge that the petitioner has placed reliance oh section 28 of the births, deaths & marriages registration act, 1886 is erroneous as appellant placed reliance on section 15 of registration of births & deaths act, 1969 and rule 12 of the orissa registration of births & deaths rules, 1970 framed thereunder. d. for that the learned single judge has committed ex facie error by placing ... reliance on section 9 and section. 28 of the births, deaths & marriages registration act, 1866 while deciding the contentions that the district judge/tribunal does not have any jurisdiction to decide the correctness/genuineness of ext. 12. e. for that ... the finding of the tribunal. the learned single judge while dealing with the aforesaid contention of the appellant looked into the provision of the births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886 (in short 'the 1886 act') more specifically sections 9 and 28 thereof and observed that section 9 prescribes that a copy of the entry made in the ... birth or death register is admissible in evidence for the purpose of proving the birth, death or marriage, as the case may be; that even though such an entry is admissible,its evidentiary value ...

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Feb 21 2008

Nitaben Nareshbhai Patel Vs. State of Gujarat and Ors.

  • Decided on : 21-Feb-2008

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : 2008GLH(1)556; (2008)1GLR884

... interpretation of the provisions of the statute are also necessary to be referred to.5. it is to be noted that, as early as in 1886, registration of births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886 governed by the act named as the births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886 (for short 'the repealed act) having six chapters consisting of 37 sections and particularly section 28 was pertaining to correction of entry with regard to date of ... correction or cancellation of entry are very much in existence and remain unaffected to the extent provided as above.23. therefore, section 28 of the births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886, section 15 of the registration of births and deaths act, 1969, rule 12 of the erstwhile registration of birth and deaths registration rules, 1973 as framed by the state government on the basis of model rules and rule 11 of the gujarat ... substance made in the register of births and deaths. that, act of 1969 clearly envisages that an act is enacted to provide regulations of births and deaths and for matters connected therewith, while the births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886 (now repealed) was enacted to provide the voluntary registration of certain births, deaths and marriages. now in view of the decision of the apex court for compulsory registration of births, deaths and marriages in the country and when there ...

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Dec 13 2000

Surendra Dash Vs. Laxmidhar Sahoo and Anr.

  • Decided on : 13-Dec-2000

Court : Orissa

Reported in : 2001(I)OLR65

... also equally without substance. the learned counsel for the petitioner has placed reliance upon section 28 of the births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886 (6 of 1886) in support of his contention that it is only the prescribed authority, namely the registrar of births and deaths who can correct any error contained in such register and n6 other authority can correct such error. section ... 28 of the act is extracted hereunder :' 28. correction of entry in register of births or deaths. -(1) if it is ... has already been sent to the registrar general of births, deaths and marriages, the registrar of births and deaths shall make and send a separate certified copy of the original erroneous entry and of the marginal correction therein made.'the aforesaid provision contained in chapter-ill of the act relating to registration of births and deaths in intended to empower the registrar to correct ... is not a matter coming within section 28. section 9 of the act is as follows :' 9. copies of entries to be admissible in evidence.a copy of an entry given under the last foregoing section shall be certified by the registrar-general of births, deaths and marriages, or by an officer authorised in this behalf by the state government ...

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Sep 12 2011

YARO KHAN @ AHMAD SHAH Vs. UOI & ORS.

  • Decided on : 12-Sep-2011

Court : Delhi

... am in respectful agreement with the said view. i may notice that prior to the 1969 act also, registration inter alia of births was governed by the births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886. i am however unable to find that the said act extended to the state / union territory of nagaland or to the state of assam of which nagaland was earlier a part. rather, it is stated in ... the a.i.r. manual civil & criminal 5th edn. 1989 that the state of assam had a separate legislation of registration ... 07.09.2006 issued by the department of economics and statistics of the government of nagaland under section 17 of the registration of births & deaths act, 1969 and ii) a letter dated 16.01.2003 purportedly of the embassy of the transitional islamic state of afghanistan at new delhi to the ministry of home affairs, government ... the petitioner would be in possession of the documents by furnishing which the registration was obtained. the counsel for the petitioner states that he has no instructions. 23. the registration of births and deaths act, 1969 under which the birth certificate aforesaid has been issued was itself enacted after 19 years of the birth of the petitioner and came into force in the state of nagaland on ...

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Apr 19 2007

Kakasaheb Shidu Mhaske, Indian Inhabitant Vs. The Municipal Corporatio ...

  • Decided on : 19-Apr-2007

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 2007(6)ALLMR320; 2007(5)BomCR366; [2007(114)FLR956]; 2007(4)MhLj837

... in the births and deaths register ignoring the rules framed by the state government referred to above. it ... : (1990)iillj158sc the a.p. public employment (recording and alteration of date of birth) rules, 1984 were considered. the public servant concerned had claimed correction of his date of birth with reference to the births and deaths register maintained under the births,deaths and marriages registration act, 1886. the andhra pradesh administrative tribunal corrected the date of birth as claimed by the petitioner before the tribunal, in view of the entry ... self-serving documents before the other authorities and getting the correction made in the records would in no way bind the corporation. no doubt, under section 15 of the registration of births and deaths act, 1969, the competent authority has the discretion to correct and cancel the entries in the said registers. this is a power which is vested in the authorities and they ...

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Apr 21 2005

U.P. Madhyamik Shiksha Parishad and Ors. Vs. Raj Kumar Agnihotri

  • Decided on : 21-Apr-2005

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2005SC2491; 2005(5)ALLMR(SC)822; 2005(3)AWC2212(SC); 2005(3)ESC323; [2005(105)FLR969]; JT2005(4)SC516; (2005)11SCC465; 2005(3)SLJ176(SC); (2005)2UPLBEC1413

... the rules. this court held that the subsequent claim for alteration after the commencement of the rules even on the basis of the extracts of entry contained in births and deaths register maintained under births, deaths and marriages registration act, 1886 was not open. 6. union of india v. harnam singh : (1994)illj318sc .in this case, there was a delay of five years in seeking ... book at the time offor all purposes in relation his entry into the governmentto his service including, service shall be deemed to beeligibility for promotion, his correct date of birth orsuperannuation, premature age, as the case may be, forretirement or retirement all purposes in relation tobenefits, and no application his service, includingor representation shall be eligibility for promotion ... s failed to produce these documents before the court. as rightly argued by learned counsel for the appellant, the respondent's claim regarding the correction of his date of birth could not be entertained after several decades, specially on the plea of superannuation. the respondent being an educated man having completed his education upto m.a.lt. and ... mr. b.b. singh submitted that various documents and correspondences between the respondent and the education department and with various others would clearly show that the date of birth of the respondent was only on 16.10.1945 and that the lower appellate court had proceeded on altogether perverse approach without considering the oral documentary evidence led by ...

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