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Jul 24 1974 (HC)

Shri Ram Nath and anr. Vs. the Union Territory of Chandigarh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-24-1974

Reported in : AIR1975P& H138

..... the performance of its duty, and to decide the question of legality of the statute on that basis. tt was emphasised that the validity of the law cannot be contested because of ian apprehension of its abuse. again in the state of orissa v. harinarayan jaiswal, air 1972 sc 1816, it was ..... mr. sibal may be, it has to commend itself to the rule making authorities, and it is beyond jthe jurisdiction of this court to change the law even slightly and even for the better by any process of interpretation. i would, therefore, hold that the proviso empowers the presiding officer of an auction ..... and even when he forms an opinion that the bidding is excessively high, he may or may not make the announcement in question. though it is settled law that neither the mere use of the word 'may'' indicates that the provision is directory, nor the mere use of the word 'shall' leads to ..... also indicated in almost imperative language, the provision requiring the deposit of tbe whole amount is in my opinion nevertheless merely directory as (a) no rule or law invalidates an auction held in violation of the requirements of the proviso; (b) the auction bidders have no control over the presiding officer; and (c) strict ..... question here is whether the provisions of article 199(4) must be read as imperative or merely directory. the distinction between a mandatory provision of law and that which is merely directory is this that in a mandatory provision there is an implied prohibition to do the act in any other manner .....

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Oct 28 1974 (HC)

Satwant Singh Vs. the State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-28-1974

Reported in : 1975CriLJ1605

..... was incapable of knowing the nature of his act of causing fatal injuries to pritam singh, or that he was doing what was either wrong or contrary to law. in my opinion, the salient facto and circumstances which stand proved on the file in this case from the prosecution as well as the defence evidence, furnish ..... then being of unsound mind, did not know the nature of the acts committed by him or that he was doing something which was either wrong or contrary to law. accordingly, the provisions of general exception, as embodied in section 84, penal code, can reasonably be invoked in the present case and, as such, the appellant ..... marriage with him and thereupon they both told shrimati daljit kaur that in the presence of his living wife satwant singh could not marry her in accordance with law. it is also stated by him that since shrimati daljit kaur was not willing to marry the appellant, so they told her not to worry any ..... by reason of unsoundness of mind, is incapable of knowing the nature of the act. or that he is doing what is either wrong or contrary to law.12-a. in order to make correct approach to the above problem, the first point to be considered is whether the appellant had any motive to kill ..... them to marry shrimati daljit kaur with him. the appellant insisted, but in order to put him off amar singh told the appellant that his other brother-in-law (wife's brother) would wait his village in a few days' time and that he would be in a position to talk further about the matter. after .....

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Sep 18 1974 (HC)

Zile Singh and ors. Vs. the State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-18-1974

Reported in : AIR1975P& H115

..... candidates who were declared elected as panches in one single election by calling the same in question in a single election petition. in view of the law laid down by the supreme court in vashist narain sharma's case air 1954 sc 513 and surendra nath khosla's case air 1957 sc 242 ( ..... judgment of this court (suri, j. as he then was) in parbhu v. illaqa magistrate (prescribed authority). mohindergarh, 1973 pun lj 105, was concerned with the law laid down in mange ram's case 1972 pun lj 405 = (air 1973 punj 142) which, as already stated, relates to the question of mis-joinder of parties ..... process of election, and it is the elected panches who (after the statutory co-option if any) proceed to elect their sarpanch out of themselves. the law laid down in this respect in a punjab case cannot, therefore be cited as an authority for the applicability of the same proposition to a haryana case, ..... supra). the facts and circumstances of that case are, however, entirely different and have practically nothing in common with the facts of the present case. the law laid down therein has obviously no application to the present dispute. while posing the question which called for decision in that case in the opening part of ..... main ground is concerned, it was sought to be argued before my learned brother by mr. surinder sarup, learned counsel for respondent no. 3, that the law laid down by me in amrik singh's case air 1966 punj 344 (supra) deserved to be reconsidered by a larger bench in view of what had .....

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Feb 27 1974 (HC)

Swatantra Land and Finance Private Ltd. Vs. the State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-27-1974

Reported in : AIR1975P& H52

..... desired by the owners. the land acquisition officer thereupon sent the en-tire record of the case to the district judge, jaipur, for disposal according to law. when the case came up before the district judge, the government raised a point that there was no legal award and that there was no valid reference ..... them, his action is illegal ; and no waiver on his part can atone for the failure of the claimants to fulfil the statutory conditions which the law required them to fulfil before their right to require the collector to make a reference could come into existence.'27. with great respect to the learned judge, ..... the particular statute. a passive attitude which the court is compelled to adopt in case it is asked to adiudicate upon invalid references cannot be founded on law or reason.3. it is. thus within the competency of the court, to which a reference is made bv the collector under section 18, to ..... is incapable of existence.2. no court can be compelled to adjudicate upon matters which do not come before it in strict conformity with the requirements of law. it is within the inherent power of the court to find out whether the matter that comes before it. is in the proper form and in ..... ho should not refer an application to the district judge if it is made beyond the time prescribed. it is a well known principle of law that anv provision of law. which authorises a competent authority to receive an application and to take action thereon if it is made within time, gives an inherent power .....

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