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Aug 19 1996 (TRI)

Bhupinder Pal Singh Puri Vs. Director of Enforcement

Court : Appellate Tribunal for foreign Exchange New Delhi

..... indian citizens resident abroad. shri mittal submitted that the said explanation is totally irrelevant for determining the status of the appellant who never acquired foreign citizenship. 7. shri mittal submitted that the duration of stay in india cannot by itself determine the intention of a persons status. in support he relied on the judgment of the karnataka high court in the ..... a view to take advantage of his previous nri status but it can be legitimately inferred from the two actions mentioned by him that the appellant would have stayed in india even if his application had not been approved. dr. shamsuddin contended that the learned adjudicating officer has, therefore, rightly concluded that the appellant was a resident indian at the ..... submitted that what the appellant had deposed in his statement under section 40 was, ??the application for collaboration was made approximately in 1983. my intention was to permanently settle in india after all approvals are obtained. ? shri mittal submitted that it is, therefore, clear from the perusal of the appellants statement that what the learned adjudicating officer assumed to base ..... that is to say, whether he intended to repatriate from abroad for good and settle down in india. the mere fact of an nri returning to india for the duration for which he stayed in india is not adequate to determine the said intention. those facts could constitute only the first step towards making an inquiry into the issue. 12. the circumstantial evidence in .....

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Apr 18 1996 (HC)

Raj Kumari Vs. State Transport Aappellate Authority

Court : Delhi

Reported in : 1996IIIAD(Delhi)417; 63(1996)DLT179; 1996(38)DRJ381; (1996)114PLR27; 1996RLR262

..... being used. it appears that the object of section 66(1) is to control and regulate the transport vehicles on the road. section 68(1) and (2) deal with the constitution of the state and regional transport authorities. section 68(5) empowers the state transport authority and the regional transport authority, if authorised in this behalf by rules made under section ..... goods carriage permit, fails without reasonable cause, to use the vehicle for the purposes for which the permit was granted, or (f) if the holder of the permit acquires the citizenship of any foreign country: provided that no permit shall be suspended or cancelled unless an opportunity has been given to the holder of the permit to furnish his explanationn. (2 .....

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Oct 31 2013 (HC)

Waljis Travels (i) Pvt Ltd Vs. Govt. (Nct) of Delhi

Court : Delhi

..... circle.4. the contention of the learned counsel for the petitioner is that neither plying the vehicle with tinted glasses nor plying it without the conductor having the driving licence constitutes a valid ground for suspension of the permit and, therefore, the impugned order is liable to be set aside. section 86 of the mv act to the extent it is relevant ..... goods carriage permit, fails without reasonable cause, to use the vehicle for the purposes for which the permit was granted, or (f) if the holder of the permit acquires the citizenship of any foreign country: provided that no permit shall be suspended or cancelled unless an opportunity has been given to the holder of the permit to furnish his explanation.? 5 ..... letters.? 6. it would, thus, be seen that neither plying a vehicle with tinted glasses nor plying it without the conductor of the vehicle having a driving licence with him constitutes violation of the general conditions attached to all the permits. this is also not the case of the respondent that any special condition was attached to the permit of the .....

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Mar 21 2018 (HC)

Tops Security Limited & Ors vs.punjab National Bank (International) L ...

Court : Delhi

..... 3 and 4 and plaintiffs no.1 and 2. the said plaintiff no.3 dr. rahul randhir nanda himself has given up indian citizenship and opted to become a british citizen and is carrying on business in britain through the defendant no.2 which has availed financial assistance ..... jurisdiction this guarantee and all documents executed under / in relation to this guarantee shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of india. any disputes arising under / in relation to this guarantee shall be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts at new delhi. ..... this guarantee and all documents executed under / in relation to this guarantee shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of india. any disputes arising under / in relation to this guarantee shall be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts at new delhi. this ..... jurisdiction this guarantee and all documents executed under / in relation to this guarantee shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of india. any disputes arising under / in relation to this guarantee shall be subject to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts at new delhi. this ..... against (i) punjab national bank (international) limited (defendant no.1), a banking company incorporated in united kingdom and wholly owned subsidiary company of punjab national bank, india; (ii) the shield guarding company limited, london (defendant no.2), (iii) topsgrup security u.k. limited, uk (defendant no.3) and (iv) .....

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Sep 27 2019 (HC)

M/S Jainson vs.sanjay Gupta

Court : Delhi

..... dassgogia vs. shashi prabha in rcr no.293/2012, a verdict dated 10.09.2014 to contend that foreign citizenship does not disentitle the landlord to reside in his own premises to stay in india and that experience to start a business is not a pre-requisite. it was also held therein that it ..... business of dessert and bakery and that the tenant could not thus dictate the terms as to whether the wife of petitioner should shift back to india or should start her own independent business and the petitioner of the eviction petition being the landlord had the sole discretion to decide his bonafide ..... that he required the tenanted premises because of the alleged retirement of his wife and that his wife was admittedly an overseas citizen and hardly visits india and thus there was no question of her running a business. the respondent i.e. the tenant to the eviction petition has further submitted that ..... the restaurant without having to incur expenses on advertising and marketing and thus accepting the offer would enable the wife of the petitioner to reside in india along with her husband and at the same time earn a livelihood and sustain herself. it was also submitted through the eviction petition that the ..... and the petitioner of the eviction petition i.e. the respondent herein has thus submitted that his wife is also required to come and reside in india as she cannot continue to live alone in america.5. inter alia, the petitioner of the eviction petition contended that in the end of september, .....

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