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Mar 31 1989 (HC)

Padubidri Pattabhiram Bhat Vs. Shamrao Vithal Coop. Bank Ltd. and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Mar-31-1989

Reported in : 1989(2)BomCR500; (1989)IILLJ377Bom; 1989MhLJ566

..... section 99 of the act). the matters in respect of which the bank may make bye-laws and the procedure to be followed in respect thereof have been left to be determined by making rules by the central government. thus, by exercising its rule-making power, the central government may restrict the freedom of the societies to make bye-laws. (section 109(2)(v) - power to make rules).28. i will make ..... it serves a social group. historically co-operative banking has its origin in the urge of people - like small traders, labourers, agriculturists, artisans - to get rid of business organiser. they are the people's banks. the co-operative movement which started off ..... established for the purpose of production and distribution. the bombay co-operative societies act, 1925 went ahead to classify the societies on 30 the basis of purpose. since 1960 when the maharashtra co-operative societies act was enacted, most of the states in the ..... the petitioner -------', thereby, proclaiming that the bank harbors 'grievances'. they have not been able to deny the statement in paragraph 6 of the petition that the petitioner's record of service was distinguished and unblemished. the respondent no. 1 who is the chairman ..... method adopted by the directors to get rid of an inconvenient but efficient administrator. the punishment of termination for non-existent misconduct is colourable exercise of the power claimed under clause 4 of the agreement. as held in manmohan singh v. commissioner. union territory, chandigarh : .....

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Jul 13 1989 (SC)

Sundarjas Kanyalal Bhathija and Others Vs. the Collector, Thane, Mahar ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-13-1989

Reported in : AIR1990SC261; AIR1991SC1893; (1990)92BOMLR13; [1990]68CompCas20(SC); 1989(25)LC129(SC); [1990]183ITR130(SC); JT1989(3)SC57; 1989(2)SCALE7; (1989)3SCC396; [1989]3SCR405; 19

..... under section 3(3) of the act, the state government shall make the necessary amends in the notification issued.x x x in the result, therefore, the rule is made partly absolute and the state government is directed to exercise its power under section 3 sub-section (3) of the act in ..... central importance may be stated as follows :3. on june 19, 1982, the government of maharashtra issued a draft notification under section 3(3) of the bombay provincial municipal corporation act, 1949 (the 'act'). the draft notification proposed the formation of what is termed as 'kalyan corporation' (the 'corporation ..... made to constitute a notified area as provided under section 256 of the himachal pradesh municipal act, 1968, by including portions of the four villages for such purposes. the residents of the villages who were mostly agriculturists challenged the validity of the notification before the high ..... to intervene in the proceedings. they supported the stand taken by the government which was the main respondent in the writ petitions.6. the state in its counter affidavit resisted the petitioner's claim raising several grounds. the first point to be noted in this ..... make a declaration under section 3 of the act is legislative in character because the application of the rest of provisions of the act to the geographical area which is declared as a town area is dependent upon such declaration. section 3 of the act is in the nature of a conditional legislation. dealing with the nature of functions of a non .....

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Apr 13 1989 (SC)

Tinsukhia Electric Supply Co. Ltd. Vs. State of Assam and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-13-1989

Reported in : AIR1990SC123; (1989)3SCC709; 1989(2)LC712(SC)

..... sub-sections (1) and (2) for compulsory purchase of his undertaking under section 6.(4) no provision of any act for the time being in force including the other provisions of this act and of any rule made ..... the judgment, dated 20.7.1984, of the high court of bombay striking down certain amendments to the indian electricity act, 1910, made by the maharashtra state legislature in the matter of statutory purchase of some of the ..... undertakings (acquisition) ordinance, 1972, (assam ordinance viii of 1972) promulgated by the governor in exercise of his legislative powers under article 213 of the constitution, the electricity supply undertakings of the two companies were acquired by, and stood ..... the property or rights had been handed over on the vesting date; (f) the amount of all loans due from the licensee to any financial institutions constituted by or under the authority of the government and ..... aid from article 31c. to make it a condition precedent that a law seeking the haven of article 31c must be non-discriminatory or based on reasonable classification is to make article 31c meaningless....we are firmly ..... act' for short) for supply of electricity within the respective licenced areas viz. of the tinsukhia and dibrugarh municipal boards. the 'dibrugarh company' was granted the 'dibrugarh electricity licence, 1928' on terms and conditions particularised in the grant, incorporating, inter alia, an option to the state to purchase the undertaking on he expiration of 50 years from 13.2.1928 .....

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Sep 29 1989 (HC)

Tukaram Ramchandra Mane Vs. Rajaram Bapu Lakule

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Sep-29-1989

Reported in : AIR1990Bom144

..... under section 4 of the insolvency act. section 4 of the act gives full and untrammelled power to the insolvency court to decide all questions whether of title or of priority, or of any nature whatsoever, and whether involving matters of law or facts. the bombay judgment ..... .-- it follows that the view taken by the authority under the maharashtra debt relief act cannot be cavilled at. according to the authority, the sale-deed, ex. 42, dated 8th january 1963 was non est and of no legal consequence. the position occupied by the parties ..... of the same property for the total sum of rs. 8,000/-. consideration for this sale deed included the earlier amount of loan of rs. 7,500/- which was to be adjusted towards the price of the property and the additional amount of rs. ..... he was adjudicated an insolvent and, in the insolvency proceedings, the gift-deed was set aside by the insolvency court. in march 1928, the adjudication was annulled; but, although the gift-deed was set aside, the official receiver did not find it necessary to ..... order passed in that behalf. it could be, therefore, legitimately argued that it would vest in the debtor entirely. we make it clear that we are not called upon to decide this question as to whom, in given circumstances, the property would ..... vis-a-vis defendant no. 3, the mortgagor. if he had no title to file said suit, the decree obtained by him must be quashed and set aside.14. the final order.-- the result is that -(a) writ petition no. 3438 of 1980 fails. the rule .....

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Apr 13 1989 (SC)

Maharastra State Electricity Board Vs. Thane Electric Supply Co. and O ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-13-1989

Reported in : AIR1990SC153; (1989)3SCC616; 1989(2)LC427(SC)

..... act or any rule made thereunder or any licence' shall have effect in so far as they are inconsistent with section 7a. new section 7a[5] enabled the payment of the amount either in lump-sum or in instalments, together with the rate of interest stipulated in section 6[7] as amended.section 5 of the amending act, 1976, provided :the provisions of sections 5, 6 ..... upon the exercise of the option that commended itself to the calcutta high court did not appeal to the bombay high court in the judgment under appeal.15. sri andhyarujina emphasised the essentially statuary character of the business ..... held unavailable, the high court proceeded to consider whether the provisions of the impugned law including those that gave power to government to postpone payment by instalments and those that limited the rate of interest etc. violated the fundamental- ..... taking over the license from the said firm messrs p patel & co. government, by its order dated 11.6.1928, consented to the transfer of the license to the said private limited company. on 15.1.1965, the ..... of view of its eligibility for protection under article 31c. learned counsel submitted that it should, in substance, make no difference if the same result is sought to be achieved by a more simple legislative expedient of enacting a ..... we may set out the reasoning of the high court where the inference drawn on the premise appears a non-sequitur :.though the purchase is compulsory, though the terms of the contract are amendable by legislation, though the .....

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