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Aug 25 1967 (HC)

T. Venkatasubbiah Setty Vs. Commissioner, Corporation of the City of B ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR1968Kant251; AIR1968Mys251

..... an applicant for licence should be heard before it is refused came up for consideration before the supreme court in kishanchand v. commr. of police, : [1961]3scr135 , section 39 of the calcutta police act, 1866, provides that the commissioner of police, may, in his discretion grant licence to keeper of eating houses or places of public resort or entertainment, upon certain conditions. the section ..... of this case unreasonable restriction on fundamental right of carrying on a trade.....'(24) from the circumstances that the commissioner is required by section 385(3) of the corporation act to give reasons for rejecting a licence and that an appeal lies against his decision to the standing committee, mr. seshadri wanted to draw an inference that consideration ..... : air1953mad476 to the effect that the discretion vested in a licensing authority is a judicial discretion. mr. seshadri argued that granting or refusing a licence being a judicial act, the principles of natural justice will come into play and hence the licensing authority is bound to give a hearing to the applicant for licence before refusing licence, even ..... 200 yards of any human habitation for.... i)....... ii) packing, pressing, cleansing, preparing manufacturing by any process habitation for.......(11) the contention that section 197 of the corporation act which forbids carrying on manufacture of soaps within the limits of the city without obtaining a licence from the corporation authorities, is violative of art. 29(1)(g) of .....

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Jan 17 1966 (HC)

T. Venkatasubbiah Setty Vs. Corporation of the City of Bangalore and a ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR1966Mys296; 1966CriLJ1287; (1967)2MysLJ412

..... notification dated 9-11-1955 cannot be impugned on that ground xx xx xx.' (9) in : [1961]3scr135 , their lordships were considering the powers of the commissioner of police under the calcutta police act for granting licence for eating houses. their lordships held that on a fair reading of the sections, there is guidance to the commissioner should use his discretion in deciding ..... commissioner. under section 45, on receipt of any information or report, if the government is of the opinion that any duty imposed on any municipal authority by or under the act has not been performed or has been performed in an imperfect, inefficient or unsuitable manner, the government, may, by an order, direct the corporation or the commissioner to perform ..... whether the keeper is in a position to prevent drunkenness and disorder among those who come to the eating house, their lordships stated, that guidance is given by the act and it cannot be said that section 39 confers any arbitrary and uncanalised power without any criteria for guiding the discretion of the licencing authority and the section cannot be ..... taking of licence is only a reasonable restriction imposed by the act in the interests of general public. the learned high court government pleader has relied on harishankar bagla v. state of madhya pradesh : 1954crilj1322 , tika ramji v. state of uttar pradesh, : [1956]1scr393 , kishan chand arora v. commissioner of police, calcutta : [1961]3scr135 and govindji vithaldas and co. v. municipal .....

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Mar 10 2011 (HC)

The New India Assurance Co. Ltd. by Its Divisional Manager Vs. Kum. Ge ...

Court : Karnataka

..... that is the cause of action for the appellant-insurance company. 9. general insurance was nationalized in the year 1972 and simultaneously were introduced the provisions in the motor vehicles act, 1939, providing for constitution of specialized tribunals known as motor accidents claims tribunal, an informal forum before which the victims of motor accidents could go for claiming compensation before an ..... and tribunals and virtually defeating the very purpose of providing expeditious remedy and therefore the business of general insurance was nationalized and it was expected that the insurance company would act in a fair manner, being a public and central government owned organization would abide by the laws and procedures, would not give scope for the victims of road accidents ..... a due compensation etc. 12. it is to achieve such laudable twin objects and purpose, the motor accidents claims tribunal are functioning under the provisions of the motor vehicles act and by applying the general principles of law of tort. 13. it is rather unfortunate that the legislature did not take care for providing a codified method of quantification of ..... the passengers traveling in a non-commercial vehicle are left high and dry; are not provided with any solace or succor which again appears to be illogical or one of acting in an irrational manner of dealing with same situation i.e., meting out differential treatment to like persons who are victims without any effort or contribution on their part whether .....

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Sep 04 1990 (HC)

G.K. Sheygoor and Another Vs. Corporation of the City of Bangalore and ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR1991Kant161; 1990(2)KarLJ460

..... the traffic or to charge a fee for the purpose of parking of vehicles. the said function has been specifically given to the police under the bombay police act and the said function has been advisedly kept out of the purview of the municipal corporation. use of public streets in modern limes ..... v. the salvation army, : [1975]3scr475 ). thirdly, the levy must clearly confer special benefit to the person on whom it is imposed. (see corporation of calcutta v. liberty cinema. : [1965]2scr477 ). a fee is thus a payment for special benefit or privilege which the individual receives. it is also regarded as a ..... services and must not go to the general revenue of the state to be spent for general public purposes.'shri subbanna contends that whenever the police in an area undertakes work to regulate and control the traffic, in the absence of any specific provision, either the municipality or the corporation ..... that there shall not be any traffic hazards. according to the petitioners it is a social service just to help another authority, namely, the police of the city in regulating or controlling the traffic so that the accident could be prevented.4. in the statement of objections filed by the ..... to (iv) xx xx xx xx xx (v) a toll on vehicles other than motor vehicles paying vehicles tax under the karnataka motor vehicles taxation act, 1957 (karnataka act 35 of 1957) entering the corporation limits;' according to him, the said section does not authorise the corporation to levy fee. it authorises the .....

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Feb 14 2000 (HC)

Akkirampura Grama Panchayat, Koratagere Taluk, Tumkur District Vs. Sta ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR2000Kant278; ILR2000KAR1594; 2000(4)KarLJ226

..... correctness of the contention urged for the petitioner, i must refer to the relevant provisions of the karnataka agricultural produce marketing (regulation) act, 1966 (the 'kapmr act'). under that act, the taluk of shorapur has been declared to be the market area. the territorial jurisdiction of the petitioner panchayat inevitably falls within the ..... area for the marketing of any notified agricultural produce. he also states that after the amendment of the proviso to section 8 of the kapmr act, by act 17 of 1980, the village panchayat has no right to levy market fee on the sale price of cattle, sheeps and goats which were ..... earlier. according to him, the right to establish a market and a right to collect fee has been taken away in terms of the amendment act 17 of 1980. he states that in an identical circumstances, this court in village panchayat, naganoor v agricultural produce market committee, shorapur and others ..... the consent of the parties.5. sri viswanath, counsel appearing for the petitioner panchayat invites my attention to various sections of the panchayat raj act and contends that the petitioner panchayat has a right to collect the market fee. he also sates that there is no violation of any of ..... is that the petitioner has right to collect the market fee and such right is not taken away under the provisions of the agricultural produce market act.3. on the other hand, the learned standing counsel for respondent 2, mr. b.c. sridharan states that the question involved in this .....

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Nov 23 2009 (HC)

Mr. N.K.P. Abdul Haq S/O Late Abdul Raheem Vs. State of Karnataka Home ...

Court : Karnataka

..... 2498/2009sri basavaraj kareddy, learned government advocate is directed to get instructions from the government on the following points:(i) whether prior publication under section 31(6) of karnataka police act, 1963 is contemplated for the impugned notification?(ii) if contemplated, whether the same has been duly complied with for the impugned notification?(iii) if prior publication under section 31 ..... why he should keep open such an establishment of public entertainment and obtain written permission failing which he would be prosecuted and penalised under the provisions of the karnataka police act 1963. further, the order is applicable to all places of public entertainment situated under the administrative control of the commissioner bangalore city. the said order does not apply ..... in pursuance of the exemption granted in the second schedule with reference to the premises of an establishment listed therein and accordingly quashed the endorsement issued under the bombay police act, 1951.24. as far as mumbai high court's decision is concerned, in the said case, by way of an endorsement the timings of the establishment was ..... shops and establishments have been restricted, but the said restriction in timings do not encompass certain establishments such as hotels.12. drawing our attention to the provisions of the police act he has stated that section 2(14) pertains to public amusement and section 2(15) pertains to public entertainment and in the context of licensing and controlling of .....

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Oct 27 2016 (HC)

Jayamma Vs. The State of Karnataka, Department of Home, By its Secreta ...

Court : Karnataka

..... imposed rs. 100/- fine to both accused. however, you have continued to indulge in illegal activities. 4. shikaripura town police, shikaripura cr.no.23/2012 u/s 78 clause 03 of karnataka police act. on 18-02-2013 while c.p.c. 1573 and 824 were on beat they received information regarding gambling near front ..... imposed rs.300/- fine to both accused. however, you have continued to indulge in illegal activities. 5. shikaripura town police, shikaripura cr.no.106/2014 u/s 78 clause 03 of karnataka police act.:- on 07-08-2014 at about 6.30 p.m. the complainant has received reliable information that, a oc gambling and ..... next date of hearing is 16/07/2016. however, you have continued to indulge in illegal activities. 6. shikaripura town police, shikaripura cr. no.163/2014 u/s 78 clause 03 of karnataka police act.:- on 19-12-2014 at 5.00 p.m. the complainant c.p.i. shikaripura has received information that, near ..... next date of hearing is 28/07/2016. however, you have continued to indulge in illegal activities. 8. shikaripura town police, shikaripura cr.no.353/2015 u/s 78 clause 03 of karnataka police act.:- on 22-12-2015 at about 12.00 p.m. d.y.s.p. shikaripura sub division, shikaripura while in ..... . is filed. the case is under investigation. however, you have continued to indulge in illegal activities. 9. shikaripura town police, shikaripura cr.no.354/2015 u/s 78 clause 03 of karnataka police act.:- on 22-12-2015 at about 2.15 p.m. the d.y.s.p. shikaripura sub division, shikaripura while .....

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Aug 09 1985 (HC)

Indian Aluminium Co. Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Commercial Taxes in Karn ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1986KAR2451; [1985]60STC361(Kar)

..... , reliance placed on the information collected from the records maintained at the police out-post is also within his jurisdiction. the powers of the commissioner while exercising revisional jurisdiction are treated on per with ..... the powers of an appellate authority under the act. 41. so far as the jurisdiction of this court under article 226 of the constitution ..... would undoubtedly be competent in proposing to revise such an assessment under the kst act, if he found that a part of the turnover was not an inter-state sale. 40. the contention advanced is that the commissioner cannot make use of the information collected from the police out-post at the state border and collected after the assessment. the supreme court ..... upheld the validity of rule 14a of the madras general sales tax rules under which the commissioner is empowered to take further evidence while exercising his revisional powers under section 12 of the madras act. in this view of the matter .....

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Dec 22 1993 (HC)

Raletronics Ltd. Vs. Union of India

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 1994(45)ECC116; 1994(71)ELT26(Kar)

..... consider as to how the second respondent collected his evidence. mr. chanderkumar, learned counsel, relied on a decision of the tribunal reported in ramnarain bishwanath v. collector of customs, calcutta [ ] as part of his argument to contend that the second respondent cannot go beyond his territorial jurisdiction for the purpose of investigation. on the other hand, the question before ..... of the particular manufacturers or sellers as in the case of bush india. the manufacturing company filed its price list under section 4 of the central excises and salt act, 1944 ('the act' for short) read with rule 173c of the rules in respect of the articles manufactured by it. price lists were approved. the price list mentioned the price of ..... ;' i find considerable force in this submission of the standing counsel for the central government. the second respondent is vested with the jurisdiction to enforce the provisions of the act in respect of the excisable goods manufactured within his territorial jurisdiction. however the tax evasion activity may involve investigation not only within the said territory but also outside. if ..... the calcutta bench of the tribunal was slightly different. under the customs act the cause of action arises initially when the act of import takes place and if so, the jurisdiction under the act has to be exercised by the authority having the territorial jurisdiction over the place where .....

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Sep 25 2007 (HC)

Bajaj Allianz General Insurance Company Limited Vs. B.M. Niranjan and ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 2008ACJ554; ILR2007KAR5307; ILR2007(4)Kar5307; 2008(5)KLJ286; 2007(6)AIRKarR597; AIR2008NOC9; 2008(2)CivilLJ776; 2008ACJ554

..... and injuries sustained by the claimant is not disputed by the insured, though neither the insured nor the injured-claimant lodged a complaint before the jurisdictional police on 05.05.05. j.s.s. hospital where the claimant is said to have been treated for the first time on 05.05.05 ..... hirer/driver/pillion passenger, on payment of additional premium. the apex court held that the policy of the insurance being an 'act policy' relating to private vehicle, the pillion rider being a gratuitous passenger, without an endorsement of payment of additional premium, the insurer was not liable ..... in my considered opinion has no application to the facts and circumstances of this case. that was a case of a statutory insurance policy under the act intended to cover the risk to life or damage to properties of third parties, without an endorsement of imt 70, pertaining to accident to unnamed ..... section ii-1(i) of the policy, reads thus:death or bodily injured: such amount as is necessary to meet their requirements of the motor vehicles act, 1.in the said policy ex.p3, as against the word 'endorsements' '227' is printed.18. a reading of the aforesaid terms and conditions ..... the mact attributing actionable negligence on the rider of the motor cycle, more so in the light of the limitations imposed by section 149(2) of the act. reference may be made to the observations of the apex court in national insurance company ltd. v. nicolletta rohtagi : [2002]supp2scr456 .13. even .....

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