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May 27 2010

Sri. Mangilal Vs. The State Information Commissioner and Others.

  • Decided on : 27-May-2010

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2010KAR3528

... Act. 2005 to the Public Information Officer. Office of the Tahsildar. Devanahalli Taluk seeking certain information in respect of these acquired lands. The information, which is sought is:(a) Copy of the Declarations filed in Form No. 12 (including Annexure 'A' & 'B') of Rule No.28 of Karnataka Land Reforms Rules. 1974 and Section 79-A of Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961 ... under Section 79A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act and has issued a notice, copy of which is produced at Annexure F. calling upon the petitioner to fiic his reply as to why action should not be initiated under Section 83 of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act. The petitioner is aggrieved by the initiation of the proceedings under I he Karnataka Land Reforms Act at ... Karnataka Land Reforms Rules. 1974 and Section 79-A of Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961.(b) Copy of the Enquiry Reports conducted by the Tahsildar io verify the Income particulars of the Buyer from the Income Tax Authorities.(c) Copy of Reports sent by the Village Accountant. Revenue Inspector and Sheristedar for change of Mutation in respect of the above land ... Karnataka Land Reforms Act.4. Pursuant to the directions issued by the State Information Commissioner, the 2nd respondent has initiated proceedings under Section 79A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act and has issued a notice, copy of which is produced at Annexure F. calling upon the petitioner to fiic his reply as to why action should not be initiated under Section 83 of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act ...

Jul 16 1991

Moulasaheb Lalesaheb Mulla Vs. Aminsha

  • Decided on : 16-Jul-1991

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1992KAR247; 1991(4)KarLJ125

... lands offends the provisions of Section 80 of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961, in the absence of a finding as to the eligibility under the Act of the plaintiff to be a purchaser?'Therefore, the only question that calls for my determination is the competence of the Civil Court to pass a decree for specific performance in view of the provisions contained in the Karnataka Land Reforms Act ... it is for the authorities conferred with powers under the Karnataka Land Reforms Act to examine the legality of the transactions and not for the Civil Court. It is also held that even if there is violation of Section 79A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act the agreement in question to sell the agricultural land will not become void and consequently unenforceable. The legal ... is violation of Section 79A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act the agreement in question to sell the agricultural land will not become void and consequently unenforceable. The legal position having been so settled by series of Decisions of this Court, there is little scope for any argument to be constructed with reference to the provisions of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act. But Mr. K. ... the scope of Section 79A(1) of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act. Under Sub-section (3) thereof acquisition by a person who has assured income of Rs. 12,000/- or more per annum from sources other than agriculture would not be entitled to sustain such acquisition and as such the acquisition would be null and void. Though Sub-sections (3) and (1 ...

Feb 08 2010

S. Nagaraj (dead) by LRs. and Ors. Vs. B.R. Vasudeva Murthy and Ors. e ...

  • Decided on : 08-Feb-2010

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2010(2)SCALE232

... Karnataka Inam Abolition Laws (Amendment Act) 1979 amended the Inam Abolition Act providing that the Tribunal constituted under Section 48 of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961 (for short `the Tribunal') instead of the Special Deputy Commissioner, Inam Abolition, will decide the claims for occupancy rights under the Inam Abolition Act ... Karnataka Land Reforms Act (for short `the Land Reforms Act'. He also submitted that Section 79A of the Land Reforms Act prohibits acquisition of any land by any person or a family or a joint family which has an assured annual income of not less than Rs. 2 lakhs from sources other than agricultural lands. He further submitted that Section 79B of the Land Reforms Act prohibits any person other than the person cultivating land personally from holding any land ... land could only be allotted for agricultural purposes and not for house sites under the Karnataka Land Reforms Act (for short `the Land Reforms Act'. He also submitted that Section 79A of the Land Reforms Act prohibits acquisition of any land by any person or a family or a joint family which has an assured annual income of not less than Rs. 2 lakhs from sources other than agricultural lands. He further submitted that Section ...

Apr 09 2007

R. Raghu S/o. Sri Rajanna Vs. State of Karnataka by the Secretary to t ...

  • Decided on : 09-Apr-2007

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 2007(5)KarLJ458; 2007(4)AIRKarR341; AIR2007NOC1818

... acre 24 guntas of land out of survey No. 67 on 7.5.1980 from one D.M. Ramakrishan and others held to be a void. And the said sale is hit by the provisions of Section 79A and 79B of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act and the said land was ordered to be resumed to the Government free from all encumbrances. Therefore, the land in question vests with ... extent of the land as survey numbers are of one compact, block wherein he was in possession of the property which includes the land survey No. 67, 70, 71 and 179. Therefore, to grab the entire land survey No. 67 he has filed this writ petition. Since, the petitioner is not an agriculturist qualifying the qualification under Section 79A and 79B of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act. In view ... the entire land survey No. 67 he has filed this writ petition. Since, the petitioner is not an agriculturist qualifying the qualification under Section 79A and 79B of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act. In view of the fact that, the writ petition filed by the petitioner is pending the same cannot be stayed by this Court. There is no handing over of possession of the land said to ... the forfeiture of the aforesaid items of the lands are valid since the fifth respondents or its officers have not produced any materials to show that they have challenged the same before the appropriate court. Therefore the contention of the fifth respondent does not hold water and provisions of Section 79A, 79B of the Karnataka Land Reforms of Act does not come in the way of purchase ...

Jun 16 2004

B. Bennari Vs. State of Karnataka by its Secretary to Revenue Departme ...

  • Decided on : 16-Jun-2004

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2004KAR4353

... . The subject matter of dispute is land bearing Sy. No. 108/3 situated at Mysore Village, Mysore Taluk, measuring 3 acres 10 guntas. In respect of this land two applications were filed in Form No. VII for grant of occupancy rights under Section 48A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act (hereinafter for short, called as 'the Act'). One application was filed by one ... be dismissed. The purchasers got the land converted, got exemption from the purview of the Urban Land Ceiling Act. They have set up their industry. When proceedings were initiated by the Assistant Commissioner under Sections 79A and B of the Land Reforms Act and set aside the sale deed in their favour they preferred appeal to the Karnataka Appellate Tribunal and got the said ... Land Ceiling Act. They have set up their industry. When proceedings were initiated by the Assistant Commissioner under Sections 79A and B of the Land Reforms Act and set aside the sale deed in their favour they preferred appeal to the Karnataka Appellate Tribunal and got the said orders set aside. It is after all this the petitioner gives an application on 26.6.1988 to the Land ... Government under the provisions of the Urban Land Ceiling Regulations Act, 1976 is null and void. Subsequently, applications for amendment are filed seeking amendment of the prayer column to direct the sub-registrar to expunge the registration which he has done and for initiating action against the purchasers in view of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act and for other reliefs.11. ...

Jun 30 1998

Shankar Bhairu Bamane Vs. Syndicate Bank, Manipal, Nipani Branch and O ...

  • Decided on : 30-Jun-1998

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : [2001]103CompCas303(Kar); ILR1998KAR3028; 1998(5)KarLJ464

... Section 81 of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, reads thus:'81. Sections 79A, 79B and 80 not to apply in certaincases.--(1) Nothing in Section 79A or Section 79B or Section 80 shall apply to-(a)the sale, gift or mortgage of any land or interest therein in favour of the Government, (the Karnataka Housing Board constituted under the Karnataka Housing Board Act, 1962 (Karnataka Act ... Karnataka Land Reforms Act, reads thus:'81. Sections 79A, 79B and 80 not to apply in certaincases.--(1) Nothing in Section 79A or Section 79B or Section 80 shall apply to-(a)the sale, gift or mortgage of any land or interest therein in favour of the Government, (the Karnataka Housing Board constituted under the Karnataka Housing Board Act, 1962 (Karnataka Act No. 10 of 1963), the Industrial Areas Development Board constituted under the Karnataka ... Section makes clear that in respect of transfer of any agricultural properties in favour of non-agriculturist is a clear bar wherein the non-agriculturist cannot acquire any property against the provisions of law.7. Section 81 of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, reads thus:'81. Sections 79A, 79B and 80 not to apply in certaincases.--(1) Nothing in Section 79A or Section 79B or Section ...

Nov 25 2011

J. Rama Vs. M. Vittal Bhat and Others

  • Decided on : 25-Nov-2011

Court : Karnataka

... of Section 79A of the Act. 5. Suffice it to note that the proceedings were initiated as against respondents under Section 83 of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act for alleged violation of the provision of Section 79A. The Assistant Commissioner pursuant to the order dated 30.5.1994 granted 1the request holding that the sale in favour of the respondents violates Section 79A of the Act ... Act. 5. Suffice it to note that the proceedings were initiated as against respondents under Section 83 of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act for alleged violation of the provision of Section 79A. The Assistant Commissioner pursuant to the order dated 30.5.1994 granted 1the request holding that the sale in favour of the respondents violates Section 79A of the Act and the sale is null and void and the land ... petitioner complaining that the auction sale of the land in question in favour of the respondents violates the provision of Section 79A of the Act. 5. Suffice it to note that the proceedings were initiated as against respondents under Section 83 of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act for alleged violation of the provision of Section 79A. The Assistant Commissioner pursuant to the order ... . 2. The subject matter of this writ petition is an agricultural land bearing Sy.No.71/1A1 measuring 2 acres 86 guntas of Paduva village, Mangalore. 3. The petitioner makes an application in Form No.7 under Section 48 A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act for grant of occupancy rights. On contest the said application was granted ...

Aug 16 1993

Vijayakumar Shankarayya Sardar Vs. State of Karnataka

  • Decided on : 16-Aug-1993

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1993KAR2586

... by the provisions of Section 79A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act (hereinafter called as 'the Act' for short) as the income of the petitioner is more than Rs. 12,000/- from non-agricultural sources. The correctness of the said order is called in question. The petitioner is also calling in question the constitutional validity of Sections 79A, 79-B and 79-C of the Act as violative of Article ... the Karnataka Land Reforms Act (hereinafter called as 'the Act' for short) as the income of the petitioner is more than Rs. 12,000/- from non-agricultural sources. The correctness of the said order is called in question. The petitioner is also calling in question the constitutional validity of Sections 79A, 79-B and 79-C of the Act as violative of Article 14 of the Constitution.2. Section ... ORDERRajendra Babu, J.1. The petitioner purchased land comprised in R.S.No. 78/2 of Dombargop measuring about 10 acres 03 guntas on 7.4.1982. The Assistant Commissioner made an order on 5.4.1991 holding that the transaction in question is hit by the provisions of Section 79A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act (hereinafter called as 'the Act' for short) as the income of ... OF KARNATAKA AND TWO ORS., W.P.No. 16976 of 1986 DD. 20.12.1991, contended that the provisions of Act 1 of 1991 are prospective in operation and therefore the benefit of the provisions of Section 79A as amended by Act 1 of 1991 cannot be given to persons who have purchased properties prior to 5.2.1991 on which date the Amending Act (1 ...

Mar 14 1988

Mrs. Sushila A. Dass Vs. Mrs. Mary Boiger

  • Decided on : 14-Mar-1988

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1988KAR1413; 1988(1)KarLJ563

... land.'4. It is common ground that the plaintiff had not received the permission from the authorities as required under Section 79A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961 (in short the 'K.L.R. Act') when she instituted the suit against the defendant. The plaintiff had admitted in her deposition before the trial Court that her application seeking permission of the authorities for purchasing the land ... Section 79A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961 (in short the 'K.L.R. Act') when she instituted the suit against the defendant. The plaintiff had admitted in her deposition before the trial Court that her application seeking permission of the authorities for purchasing the land is still pending, but all the same she had become an agriculturist in view of the fact that she had already acquired land ... Section 80 Land Reforms Act declares that certain transactions shall not be valid in favour of certain persons. Section 80(1) does not prohibit any transaction but merely declares that the transactions referred to would not be valid. Transactions falling within Section 80 are not only not forbidden by law and therefore not illegal, but are also not really invalid, being legally effective. Transactions falling under Section ...

Mar 01 1988

Mysore Feeds Ltd. Vs. State of Karnataka

  • Decided on : 01-Mar-1988

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1988KAR889; 1988(1)KarLJ310

... establishment of itsfactory.4. The Karnataka Land Reforms Act 1961 (L.R. Act for short) wasdrastically amended by Karnataka Act 1 of 1974 to be effective from1-3-1974. Inter alia, in Chapter-V, Sections 79A to 79C wereintroduced. For the first time, certain disabilities were created tohold agricultural land. One such disability or ineligibility wasagainst a Company. By virtue of Section 79-B(1)(b)( ... order under Section 95(2) of the Revenue Actpermitting conversion of land-use, in respect of these lands inNovember 1975 and the petitioner had acted upon it. This is completelyignored by the Deputy Commissioner who made the impugned order in theyear 1978.19. Hence, we hold that, - (i) a notification under Section 79-B(3) of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act is ... we hold that, - (i) a notification under Section 79-B(3) of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act is prospective from the date of itsissuance ; (ii) while issuing an order/or notification under Section79-B(3), the Deputy Commissioner has to take note of any order of theState Government made under Section 20 of the ULCR Act and the basicfacts assumed for ... of these lands for non-agricultural purposes underSection 95(2) of the Karnataka Land Revenue Act (Revenue Act forshort). Relevant part of Section 95(2) reads :-'95 : Use of agricultural land and the procedure foruse of agricultural land for other purposes -(1) xx xx (omitted)(2) If any occupant of land assessed or held for the purpose ofagriculture wishes to divert such land ...

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