Court : Allahabad
Reported in : 2005(2)AWC1616
..... fund can be appropriated except in accordance with law and for the purposes and in the manner provided in the constitution. by enacting uttar pradesh contingency fund act, 1950, this state has established contingency fund referred to in article 267 of the constitution of india, to enable the executive government to meet unforeseen expenditure, pending its authorization by the legislature by law. receipts and ..... disbursements such as deposits, reserve funds, remittances etc. which do not form part of the 'consolidation fund' are included in the 'public account of the state.'13. according to clause (1) of article 202 of the constitution of india ..... provide as to how an annual financial statement has to be prepared.14. after this annual financial statement is cleared by the legislature of the state under article 203 of the constitution of india, a bill to provide for the appropriation out of the consolidated fund of the state of all moneys required to meet the grants so made by the ..... of the finance department of the government.16. under treasury rule 3 of the rules so framed by the governor of the state under clause (2) of article 283 of the constitution of india (see appendix ii to financial handbook vol. v part i), all moneys standing in the government account must either by held in the treasury or in the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
..... therefore, the question arises for the consideration whether such period can be taken into account for the purposes of granting pension. the contingency fund has been established under article 267 of the constitution of india in order to meet the unforeseen expenditure. the advances from the fund are made for the purposes of meeting unforeseen expenditure which are resumed to the fund to the ..... the apex court has held as under: 7. indisputably, the state of maharashtra has framed recruitment rules. any scheme by way of an executive instruction in terms of article 162 of the constitution of india, if violative of such statutory rules would not be legally sustainable. [see a. umarani v. registrar, cooperative societies and ors. (2004) 7 scc112.8. the question in ..... that regularisation in service, in cases where the appointments were void ab initio, having been made in utter disregard of the existing recruitment rules and/or constitutional scheme adumbrated under article 14 and 16 of the constitution of india would be wholly illegal and thus the direction in this behalf can be issued. [see also punjab water supply & sewerage board v. ranjodh singh ..... prasana kumar sahoo, air2007supreme court 2588, whereby the apex court has held as under: 14. even a policy decision taken by the state in exercise of its jurisdiction under article 162 of the constitution of india would be subservient to the recruitment rules framed by the state either in terms of a legislative act or the proviso appended to .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Allahabad
Reported in : 2006CriLJ2260
..... shiv shanker j.1. this writ petition has been filed under article 226 of the constitution of india on behalf of the petitioner, nabbu @ navab s/o babu sakka praying for direction in the nature of mandamus commanding respondent no. 2, superintendent of ..... and ors. 1993 cri. l.j. 1358 that:-taking up first the submission .of the petitioner based on section 267 of the cr.p.c. that a warrant issued under the said section does not constitute a detention order authorizing detention in prison of a person, it would be found that it is fully borne out from ..... prisoners (attendance in courts) act, 1955, sections 3(2), 6 prisons act, 1894, section 55 prisoners act, 1900, section 3 criminal p.c., 1973, sections 267, 269 construction of-petitioners detained in jail at meerut were directed to be released on bail-bail order received by jailor-no authority remains in him to keep them ..... any other date. in the circumstances in no case, a requisition issued by criminal court under section 3 of the prisoners (attendance in courts) and section 267(1) cr.p.c. even be construed as authorizing the officer-in-charge of the prison to keep a person under detention after the date mentioned in ..... of production warrant of the concerned court. therefore, this petition is liable to be dismissed.10. it is essential in deciding the petition to reproduce section 267(1) cr.p.c.267. power to require attendance of prisoners.- (l)whenever, in the course of an inquiry; trial or other proceeding under this code, it appears to .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : 2005(2)MhLj1142
..... government department. this principle has been settled inter alia in the judgment of the supreme court in western coalfields ltd. v. special area development authority, korba : 2scr1 . article 285(1) of the constitution provides that the property of the union shall, save insofar as parliament may by law otherwise provide, be exempt from all taxes imposed by a state or by ..... by or vesting in the union government'. relying on these provisions, it was contended before the supreme court that since the appellant companies were wholly owned by the government of india, the lands and buildings owned by them could not be subjected to property tax. the supreme court rejected the contention holding thus :'.....even though the entire share capital of the ..... juristic personality of its own.5. in the circumstances, the petition has to be allowed and is accordingly allowed. the proceedings that have been adopted by the respondents under section 267 of the maharashtra land revenue code, 1966 and under the maharashtra realization of land revenue rules, 1967 for the recovery of the alleged dues of the third respondent are quashed ..... the maharashtra realization of land revenue rules 1967. the recovery certificate was forwarded to the collector. on 21st december, 2001 the office of the collector issued a notice under section 267 of the maharashtra land revenue code, 1966 through the tahsildar for the recovery of an amount of rs. 17,52,281/- and it was stated that on the failure of .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Reported in : 138(2007)DLT622
..... seriously by the courts. our courts have also emphasised the desideratum of interpreting 'liberty-restricting' provisions in the backdrop of the constitutional command of article 21. the lucid exposition of the law by supreme court in francis coralie mullin v. administrator, union territory of delhi : 1981crilj306 continues to be the guiding lode star ..... were subsequently sent to kerala where they were ultimately released upon the settlement of the criminal case pending there. it is stated that the two petitioners are no longer in india.7. mr. vikas pahwa, learned counsel for the petitioners urges that the liberty of persons brought within the ambit of criminal justice system in this country is precious. he ..... prisons before courts, including outside the court in whose jurisdiction the person required to be produced is and the manner of their execution has been set out under section 267 crpccrpccrpc. it is well settled that the provisions of the cr.pc admit of a strict construction and any deviation from the procedure stipulated therein is normally viewed ..... by the chief metropolitan magistrate ernakulam kerala requiring production of these two petitioners in that court on 18.2.2005. the said production warrant was issued in terms of section 267 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (crpccrpccrpc). the chief metropolitan magistrate, delhi declined the prayer for production of the petitioners in the kerala court on the ground .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : 2008CriLJ532
..... in a position to consult their advocates for handing over the charge sheet and relevant documents and it is in violation of constitutional safeguards provided by articles 21 and 22 of the constitution; the records under section 207 cr.p.c. have not been furnished to the accused; the presence of the accused before ..... sarkar v. rajesh ranjan alias pappu yadav and anr. in which it was held that the fundamental right of an under-trial prisoner under article 21 of the constitution is not absolute; his right of visitations as also other rights are provided in the jail manual; the respondent, as an under-trial ..... the trial court, for production of the petitioners/accused to enable them to consult their counsel and to avail all the opportunities envisaged in the constitution and the code of criminal procedure, before framing charges.2.3. it was contended by the learned counsel for the petitioners before the trial court ..... cases across the country in various states; second petitioner is facing 5 cases and third petitioner has to appear for 7 cases before various courts in india; it is impossible to conduct all the cases by the physical production of the accused; the law of the land also is not in favour ..... , or, when his personal attendance is dispensed with, in the presence of his pleader.13. section 267 cr.p.c. enumerates the power of the court to require attendance of prisoners, which goes thus:267. power to require attendance of prisoners.-(1) whenever, in the course of an inquiry, trial or .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
..... , they were illegally detained, till 10.10.2011, by the respective prison authorities and for the said illegal detention, which infringes the right to life, as guaranteed in article 21 of the constitution of india, appropriate action should be directed to be taken against the erring officials. 10. the learned state public prosecutor would contend that the detention of the detenus in the ..... of an accused, either to judicial custody or to police custody, whenever any request is made, because such remand order deprives the right to life, as guaranteed in article 21 of the constitution of india. 15. at this juncture, we may refer to the principle actus curias neminem gravabit i e., an act of the court shall prejudice no man. the hon'ble ..... remand them. thus, though the habeas corpus petition became infructuous, the learned senior counsel insisted that the matter should be heard further, because, in gross violation of articles 21 and 22(2) of the constitution of india, the detenus were illegally detained, from 08.10.2011 to 10.10.2011. that is how, the habeas corpus petition is now before this court. 8 ..... .2011. thereafter, on 04.10.2011, the respondent police made a request to the learned judicial magistrate no.v, tiruchirappalli, [jurisdictional magistrate], to issue a p.t.warrant, under section 267 of the code of criminal procedure, for the production of the detenus before the said magistrate. accordingly, on 04.10.2011, the learned judicial magistrate issued a pt warrant, thereby .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : 1995(1)BomCR70; (1994)96BOMLR87
v.a. mohta, j.1. this is a petition under article 226 read with article 227 of the constitution of india filed by the state of maharashtra at the instance of the superintendent, central prison, bombay making a grievance against the order dated 25th june, 1993 passed by the additional sessions .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
..... down that all monies received by the central government or by the state government by way of taxes or otherwise must be credited to the consolidated fund of india. article 267 also constitutes contingency fund of india. if any money (except which is charged on the consolidated fund) is to be withdrawn for any governmental purpose, then there has to be an appropriation act ..... same is not for public purpose. 65) in addition to the legislative control by way of appropriation acts, the rules framed by the parliament under article 118 and by the state legislatures under article 208 of the constitution of india, also create a mechanism to keep a check on the expenditure incurred by the government. 66) as far as state of tamil nadu is ..... to defeat the purposes of the above section viz., section 123(1) of the rp act. while elaborating his submissions, mr. datar raised his objections under the following heads: (i) article 282 of the constitution of india only permits defraying of funds from the consolidated fund of the state for public purpose ; (ii) the distributions made by the respondent-state is violative of ..... the issue of jurisdiction stating that political parties are not state within the meaning of article 12 of the constitution of india and therefore, no writ of any nature can be issued against them either under article 226 or article 32 of the constitution of india or any other provision of the constitution or any other law. the correct forum is the election tribunal and not writ .....Tag this Judgment!