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Mar 17 1975 (HC)

South Punjab Electricity Corporation Ltd. (Now Rohtak, Textile Mills L ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : [1976]37STC35(P& H)

..... cement mentioned therein to the persons in whose favour the authorisations were issued, several tons of cement were shipped by the petitioner from the port of cuddalore to its calcutta branch. the calcutta branch appointed its clearing agents to clear the goods, authorised the agents to deliver to the respective allottees at the jetty or dock such quantities of cement fixed by ..... it of in accordance with the directions of the corporation. during the period 1961-62, large quantities of cement had to be sent to calcutta by the petitioner under the directions of the corporation, and authorisations to sell and purchase cement were accordingly issued by the corporation. pursuant to those authorisations, which enabled the petitioner ..... goods are earmarked and delivered to the allottees and not at any time prior thereto. in that case the petitioner-company, having its registered office at madras and branches at calcutta and dalmiapuram, was constituted as the agent of the state trading corporation of india limited to take charge of the cement manufactured in a factory at dalmiapuram and to dispose ..... agent at calcutta and the expenses were debited to them. the goods were then sold at the discretion of the agent to a few of the several buyers whose contracts were pending on the date of despatch. the assessing authority treated those transactions as inter-state sales within the meaning of section 3(a) of the central sales tax act, 1956, and .....

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Mar 17 1975 (HC)

South Punjab Electricity Corporation Ltd. (Now Rohtak Textile Mills Lt ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1976)5CTR(P& H)0138B

..... of mentioned therein to the persons in whose favour the authorisations were issued, several tons of cement were shipped by the petitioner from the port of cuddalore to its calcutta branch. the calcutta branch appointed its clearing agent to clear the goods, authorised the agents to deliver to the respective allottees at the jetty or dock such quantities of cement fixed by ..... it of in accordance with the directions of the corporation. during the period 1961-62 large quantities of cement had to be sent to calcutta by the petitioner under the direction of the corporation, and authorisation to sell and purchase cement were accordingly issued by the corporation. pursuant to those authorisations, which enabled the petitioner ..... goods are earmarked and delivered to the allottees and not at any time prior thereto. in that case the petitioner company, having its registered office at madras and branches at calcutta and dalmiapuram, was constituted as the agent of the state trading corporation of india limited to take charge of the cement manufactured in a factory at dalmiapuram and to dispose ..... agent at calcutta and the expenses were debited to them. the goods were then sold at the discretion of the agent to a few of the several buyers whose contracts were pending on the date of the despatch. the assessing authority treated those transactions as inter state sales within the meaning of section 3(a) of the central sales tax act, 1956 .....

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May 11 2006 (HC)

Smt. Shanti Devi Vs. Yadvinder Thakur and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (2006)143PLR799

..... this is supported by the fact that in place of the three original trustees who are dead an application was made under section 74, trusts act for appointment of new trustees in their place.so the present parties are trustees and cannot be properly designated as executors although they have been ..... ceased to be executor and had become mere trustee, therefore, the suit for removal of the trustee was maintainable under section 71 of the trusts act. in this reported case, not only the function of the executor was over, but also the beneficiary was person specific. on that principle of ..... the hon'ble lahore high court was pleased to further observe as under:on the other hand, the proposition is well established that where an act creates a special jurisdiction, and provides a special remedy such jurisdiction is exclusively conferred upon the court expressly empowered to deal with the matter. my ..... executor has been stayed. hence, its dismissal was prayed.cm. no. 2565-cii of 199315. before proceeding further the provisions of section 301 of the act, 1925 may be noticed, under which the present application has been filed. this section reads as under:301. removal of executor or administrator and provision ..... smt. soni bai widow of seth bhagirath das, were also impleaded as respondents. in this petition filed under section 278 of indian succession act, 1925 (in short, 'the act, 1925'), for the grant of letters of administration of the will dated 21.1.1985, read with codicil dated 28.12.1988, the .....

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Nov 04 1959 (HC)

Pearl Insurance Co. Vs. Atma Ram

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1960P& H236

..... insurance co. ltd., air 1949 cal 390. in the first case apart from the bombay decision a reference was made to an earlier decision of the calcutta high court in south british fire and marine insurance co. v. brojo nath shaha, ilr 36 cal 516 but there this point had not been directly ..... co. ltd., (1957) 59 pun lr 1: (s) air 1956 sc 614). the following observations are pertinent:'now, the displaced persons (debts adjustment) act is one of the statutory measure meant for relief and rehabilitation of the displaced person. it is meant for a temporary situation brought about by unprecedented circumstances. ..... the special circumstances in which they had been (sic) intention appears to dominate to the entire subsequent legislation which has been referred to.now the act has been enacted for the relief of a class of persons called the displaced persons and the object was a remedial and beneficial one. the ..... argument addressed but the terms used in an insurance contract must be interpreted with reference to the object and the exigencies of insurance.the learned acting chief justice then proceeded to observe that the parties had agreed in substances that if no suit were brought within a year then neither party ..... before various courts. the question raised was whether such a clause would be hit by the first part of section 28 of the indian contract act which provides that every agreement, by which any party thereto is restricted absolutely from enforcing his rights under or in respect of any contract, .....

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Jan 13 2016 (HC)

The Director, Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Researc ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... scheduled tribe shall be taken into consideration consistently with the maintenance of efficiency of administration. a provision has been introduced in the article 335 by the constitution (82nd amendment) act, 2000 w.e.f. 8.9.2000 to the effect that while making reservation in matters of promotion to the members of the scheduled castes and scheduled tribes, there ..... coming into force of article 16(4a) itself i.e. from the 17th day of june, 1995. the amended article 16(4a) by virtue of the constitutional 85th amendment act 2001 reads as follows :- nothing in this article shall prevent the state from making any provision for reservation in matters of promotion to any class with consequential seniority to any ..... which came to be pronounced in the year 2007 within 1 years from the date of pronouncement of the above judgment as provided for in the central administrative tribunal's act, 1985. the 85th constitutional amendment which introduced the phrase with consequential seniority was validated by the hon'ble supreme court in m. nagaraj. the seniority of gurmail ram was ..... or extend the reservation indefinitely. 127. subject to above, we uphold the constitutional validity of the constitution(seventy-seventh amendment) act, 1995, the constitution (eighty-first amendment) act, 2000, the constitution (eighty-second amendment) act, 2000 and the constitution (eighty-fifth amendment) act, 2001. there is a clear mandate in m. nagaraj that the state which prefers to exercise its discretion to make .....

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Sep 24 1974 (HC)

Bedi Gurcharan Singh and ors. Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 1975CriLJ917

..... holding assemblies* at the places mentioned in the section. reliance is placed on himat lai k. shah v. commr. of police, ahmedabad : [1973]2scr266 wherein rule 7 framed bv the commissioner of police under section 33(1)(o) of the bombay police act, 1951. was struck down on the ground that it afforded no guidance and gave arbitrary power to the commissioner of ..... . the licence to hold the dewan at the place was required under section 30 of the police act. 1861' (hereinafter referred to as the act). the appellants were also refused permission to use loudspeaker under the punjab instruments (control of noises) act. 1956. section 30 of the act is in the following words:30. regulation of public assemblies and processions and licensing of same ..... police. section 33(1)(o) of the bombay police act, 1951, provides:33 (1) the commissioner and the district magistrate, in areas under their ..... respective charges or anv part thereof, may make, alter or rescind rules or orders not inconsistent with this act for; ** ** ** **(o) regulating the conduct of and behaviour or .....

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Sep 25 1998 (HC)

Harnek Singh Vs. the State of Punjab [Overruled]

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 1999CriLJ635

..... . 30. it is manifestly clear from the provisions of s. 17 of the prevention of corruption act, 1988 that under clause (a) an inspector of delhi police in the case of the delhi special police establishment; under clause (b) in the metropolitan areas of bombay, calcutta, madras and ahmedabad and in any other metropolitan area notified as such under sub-sec. (1) ..... code.' section 17 of the corruption act, 1988 reads as under :- 17. persons authorised to investigate - notwithstanding anything contained in the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974), no police officer below the rank - (a) in the case of the delhi special police establishment, of an inspector of police; (b) in the metropolitan area of bombay, calcutta, madras and ahmedabad and in ..... of s. 8 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974); and elsewhere the deputy superintendent of police or a police officer of equivalent rank is authorised to investigate any offence punishable under this act without the order of ..... any other metropolitan area notified as such under sub-sec. (1) of s. 8 of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (2 of 1974), of an assistant commissioner of police; (c) elsewhere, of a deputy superintendent of police or police officer of equivalent rank shall investigate any offence punishable under this act without the order .....

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Oct 09 1958 (HC)

Barkat Ram Kishan Lal Vs. the State

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1959P& H287; 1959CriLJ764

..... is no doubt that, looking at the various sections of bengal act iv of 1866, the deputy commissioner of police is not a member of the police force within the meaning of that act, and, moreover, on looking back to the police act of 1861, it will be found that the term 'police officer', as used in that act, has generally the same meaning as a member of the ..... a wholesome protection to the accused, to construe it in its widest and most popular signification.'the same matter again came up for consideration before a full bench of the calcutta high court amin shariff v. emperor, air 1934 cal 580. mukherji, j. who wrote the leading judgment in his learned and detailed judgment, came to the same conclusion and held ..... if he is invested with the powers of an officer in charge of a police station he is to be treated as a police officer for the purposes of section 25 of the evidence act. this view therefore is not so much contrary to the view expressed by the calcutta high court. the madras view is expressed in public prosecutor v. paramasivam, air 1953 ..... gurnam singh, j. 1. the marginally noted three revision petitions were referred to the division bench by chopra, j., on account of judicial conflict between calcutta and madras high courts on the points involved in the petition. 2. on the 8th of june 1957 h. b. das,superintendent customs received information aboutsmuggling of pakistan gold from .....

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Nov 20 1950 (HC)

Om Parkash Vs. the State

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 1951CriLJ661

..... held in authorities, which are cited in both the commentaries of monir and sarkar on section 25, evidence act, that the expression 'police officer' in section 25, evidence act, is not used in the technical and restricted sense in which it is used in section 1, police act, but is used in a popular and more comprehensive signification. it would seem the position of a ..... cal. 580: 35 cr. l.j. 1071 f.b.) that an excise officer is to be treated as a police officer for the purposes of section 25, evidenoe act. it was observed in the calcutta decision that the legislature in using the term 'police officer' in section 25 did not intend to exclude from its meaning excise officers exercising powers of detection and investigation ..... ward rationing officer in a case of this kind is analogous to that of an excise officer carrying out a raid on suspected premises, and it has been held by full benches of the bombay & calcutta high courts in nanoo ..... case did not mention that the import took place before or after the relevant date, is on no different footing from a confession made to a police officer, and is inadmissible under section 25, evidence act, and without; this piece of evidence the charge against the accused collapses. it may be that he might have been convicted of some other offence regarding .....

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Sep 21 1976 (HC)

Jagdish Singh Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 1977CriLJ1423

..... is usually not returned to the person from whom it is seized during the pendency of a criminal trial. presumably, the calcutta high court was also concerned with a case in which the police had submitted a report for the cancellation of the case. that court held that a magistrate was concerned with only this fact ..... order the handing over of the seized property to them. i am in respectful agreement with the view expressed by the calcutta high court in that case.3. sections 100 to 110 of the customs act confer special jurisdiction on the customs authorities to search suspected persons and to seize certain goods and documents etc. section ..... the case, for a direction that the property seized should be handed over to them. the learned magistrate, on being satisfied that section 110 of the customs act would be attracted, ordered that the property be handed over to the customs authorities. though it is not clear whether, in that case, report for cancellation ..... 102 of the customs act lays down that where a person is to be searched, he should be taken before a gazetted officer of customs or a magistrate ..... orderm.r. sharma, j.1. on september 17, 1970, a case under section 9 of the opium act and under section 113 of the customs act, was registered against the petitioner. at the time of his arrest, he was found in possession of rupees 12,480/- which, according to the .....

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