Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : 1992WLN(UC)442
..... stretch, that its functions are closely related to governmental functions. production and distribution of chemical fertilisers to agriculturists at economic rate may be a matter of concern for the government, but, by its only ..... s aid society, bombay, was registered under the societies registration act, 1860 and had also been treated as a public trust, under the bombay public trusts act, 1950. the chief minister of maharashtra state was the ex ..... power to make it an 'authority'. although registered as a company under the indian companies act, the second respondent is clearly a creature of the statute, the undertaking having vested in it by force of section 7 of the act ..... the general body of the iffco and its procedure, is regulated by any statute or statutory rules. secondly, the by-laws of iffco at bests constitute as an agreement between the share-holders ..... this extensive functional control, we find that shriram also receives sizeable assistance in the shape of loans and overdrafts running into several crores of rupees from the government through various agencies. moreover, shriram ..... be nominated by the northern regional committee, one representative of the university of jammu & kashmir, one non-official representative of each of the punjab, rajasthan, u.p. and jammu & kashmir states to ..... ;5. managing director, financial director and marketing director of iffco, by virtue of their office;6. each financial institution, if any, advancing long-term credit to iffco can each nominate one director .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : AIR1960Raj125
..... make existing laws, which are inconsistent, void ab initio or for all purposes. mahajan j. has pointed out that article 13 cannot affect any past transactions whether closed or inchoate and that section 6 of the general clauses act should be applied even to cases where statutes become void by reason of their being repugnant to the constitution as that rule is a rule ..... one should go to the extent of ousting persons from purchasing land in a village in modern times, though such persons may be excellent agriculturists in order to preserve the integrity of the village and the village communities.tbe question of reducing the chances of litigation and friction and of ..... derogation of the vendor's absolute right to sell the property and thus affects his title which otherwise amounts to absolute dominion, cannot be doubted.'the bombay high court in hamedmiya badamiya v. dr. joseph benjamin, ilr 53 bom 525: (air 1929 bom 206), agreed with the view expressed in sheikh ..... and this can be enforced by filing a suit for pre-emption.29. no doubt the mohammedan law enjoins formalities of talabs but the non-performance of talab results in the loss of the right of pre-emption. it cannot be inferred that there is no right to preempt ..... air 1955 nag. 225 (fb). in that case ch. 14 of the berar land revenue code (1928) was under consideration. it was held by sinha c. j. that that chapter had engrafted the rules of pre-emption on the land tenures in berar covered by that chapter and that for that reason the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : AIR1987Raj83; 1987(1)WLN272
..... also been placed on deepak thanwardas balwani v. state of maharashtra 1985 cri lj 23 (bom) wherein it has been held as under :'in its inherent powers as provided in section 482, the high court can review or revise its judgment ..... and be assisted by a friend.'reliance has also been placed on the board of trustees of the port of bombay v. dilipkumar raghavendranath nadkarni, air 1983 sc 109, wherein it has been held as under :'in this connection ..... an order of detention proven to be mala fide. fortunately, after the constitution (forty-fourth) amendment act, which has made article 21 non-suspendable even during an emergency, no court can now deny to any person, at anytime, the ..... preference as against a narrow reading of the words used. indeed, this approach is a version of the plain meaning rule, and has judicial sanction. in huttonv. phillips, (1948-45 del 156) the supreme court or delaware said : ..... vacuum. he, therefore, submitted that because of these preliminary objections, point, referred to, need not be answered.6. we have given our thoughtful consideration to the preliminary objections. in the instant case the accused who filed the ..... make an order that the appeal should be re-heard after giving the appellant or his counsel a reasonable opportunity of being heard in support of the same.' in this case their lordships considered the various cases before coming to the conclusion that the court has a power to rehearing the case. reference was then made to emperor v. shivadatt, (1928 .....Tag this Judgment!