Court : Chennai
Decided on : Jul-10-1953
Reported in : AIR1954Mad621; (1954)IMLJ117
..... act 21 of 1945 introduced certain amendments; and one of them related to section 18 which confers on the government power to make rules in respect of various matters. therein a new provision section 18 (2) (v-a) was inserted and that gave power to the government to enact rules ..... of middlemen. even in well-organised and economically advanced countries like england, it was found that the agriculturist producer had not facilities for disposing of the goods to his best advantage (vide the statement of ..... ', (p. 31). the supreme court had occasion to consider this point quite recently in -- 'state of bombay v. united motors ltd.' : 4scr1069 . after agreeing with the appellant that where relief is sought ..... able to get a proper price because he was chronically indebted to the middlemen who advanced loans on the security of the crops to be grown and were thus in a position to ..... showed the need for legislative action for safeguarding the interests of the producers (vide report dated 1928). in 1931 the indian central banking enquiry committee considered in chapter vii of its report the ..... then the omission to notify other areas might be a matter on which the persons in the non-notified area might have grievance. we do not see that the merchants within the notified area themselves ..... of the act and the rules. sections 6 to 10 provide for the constitution of the market committee and section 16 for its supersession. turning to the rules which have been framed under section 18 of the act, rules 5 to .....Tag this Judgment!