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Feb 27 1974 (HC)

State of Orissa Vs. Padmalochan Panda

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Feb-27-1974

Reported in : AIR1975Ori41

..... within the purview of delegated sovereign authority. (viii) the sovereign function of the state must necessarily include the maintenance of the army, various departments of the government for maintenance of law and order and proper administration of the country which would include magistracy and police and the machinery for administration of justice. (ix) where the employment in the course of which ..... of undertakings which might be carried on by private in-dividuals without having such powers delegated to them was drawn. by sovereign powers it was meant dowers which cannot be lawfully exercised except by sovereign, or private individual delegated by a sovereign to exercise them. 9. it would be profitable to extract the ultimate conclusion of their lordships in paragraph ..... as the dominion of india and the corresponding provinces or the corresponding indian states might have sued or been sued if this constitution had not been enacted.' the position of law as developed by authorities is now the same as it was prior to the constitution. the east india company not only exercised powers of government, but also carried on ..... pay damages to the plaintiff for the alleged acts, if any done by defendants 2 and 3 which they were doing in exercise of the sovereign function of maintenance of law and order and preservation of government property. 2. the learned subordinate judge, bargarh, recorded the following findings:(i) though the plaintiff received injuries he failed to establish that he .....

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Mar 12 1974 (HC)

Phulchand Agrawal Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Mar-12-1974

Reported in : AIR1975Ori110

..... over mediratta. the view taken by the union of india while disposing of the revision of mediratta does not seem to be in accord with the law.10. there is another feature which must also be taken into consideration. the regular prospecting licence was granted to phulchand on 30th april, 1970. in ..... application shall be accompanied by the prescribed fee is mandatory and an application not accompanied by the prescribed fee is not an application in the eye of law. the language used in section 10(1) and rule 9 also lends support to such a construction.9. the application of 14-10-1961 made ..... in breach thereof would be invalid. but where it is directory, the act would not be invalid though non-compliance may give rise to other consequences. law requires that a mandatory enactment must be satisfied with exactitude while in respect of a directory provision it would be sufficient if it is fulfilled to a ..... party no. 3 has taken the stand that it is directory. both sides relied upon a number of authorities in support of their respective contentions.4. the law on the point is available in the mines and minerals (regulation and development) act, 67 of 1957 (hereinafter referred to as the act) and the mineral ..... state government and the director of mines taking time in clarifying the position. as the application dated 14-10-1961 was not a bad one in law, with removal of the defect, mediratta became entitled to the priority and the union government has rightly accepted that stand of his.3. on the .....

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