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Jan 27 1992 (HC)

Atma Steel Ltd. Vs. Harbir Singh

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-27-1992

Reported in : 46(1992)DLT332

..... of india. in terms of the provisions of section 9 of the citizenship act read with rule 30 read with schedule iii it is within the ..... ) that the respondent at the time of applying for grant of permission under section 21 of the delhi rent control act was a foreigner and had determined citizenship of india and had acquired the citizenship of u.k. this fact was never disclosed to the addl. rent controller while obtaining permission under section 21 and as such the permission is vitiated by fraud ..... domain of the central govt. to return the finding of fact regarding the acquisition of british citizenship by the res' pondent. the addl. rent controller or any other court ..... , (ii) the right to reside and settle anywhere in india is not available to any foreigner or any person other than the citizens of india. all statutes, laws and act are subject to the constitution .....

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Mar 27 1992 (HC)

Kala Aggarwal Vs. Suraj Prakash Aggarwal and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-27-1992

Reported in : 48(1992)DLT218; II(1992)DMC67; 1992(23)DRJ22

..... that day, the supreme court ordered that this petition shall be transferred to this court, and dealt with as the one under article 226 of the constitution in accordance with law. that is how this petition is being dealt by this court. (3) the petitioner alleged that their two minor children, ..... this and it became one of the causes of their mutual differences. in the same year, both the petitioner and the respondent were granted us citizenship. according to the petitioner, the attitude of the respondent started changing towards the petitioner for the worst after he became us citizen. (7) according ..... bhandari, j. (1) the petitioner had filed a petition under article 32 of the constitution of india for issuance of an appropriate writ, order or direction in the nature of habeas corpus before the supreme court of india. the petitioner prayed for the custody of her two minor children who, according to her, ..... terrible sense of loneliness, while they were there. according to sonika, she and her brother are getting far greater love and affection, here in india, as compared to what they were getting from their mother in the usa. sonika also complains that even the close relations of her mother are ..... the order of the competent foreign court. it is further submitted by the petitioner that these minor children are american citizens and their presence in india is the result of an illegal act of abduction or kidnapping by the respondent. the version of the respondent is quite different. the respondent .....

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Jul 24 1992 (HC)

T.D. Dhingra Vs. Pritam Rai Khanna

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jul-24-1992

Reported in : 48(1992)DLT208

..... main grievance against the impugned order is that the respondent who is admittedly owner and landlord of the premises in dispute, had taken british citizenship and on his return to india has not surrendered that citizenship and applied for indian citizenship, as such it could not be presumed that he is likely to acquire the premises for his personal bonafide requirement since he is ..... by the trial court. counsel has not been able to point out any provision of law whereby an indian who had acquired foreign citizenship is disentitled to enjoy residence in his own property in india when he chooses to return to india. the passport of the respondent was brought in the court which shows that ever since 1988 he has been staying in ..... not likely to stay in india for a long time. the other contention against the impugned order is that the respondent had reasonably suitable alternative accommodation ..... india and even in 1991 his visa was extended up to the year 1994. (3) these proceedings for eviction of the respondent were originally instituted in the year 1982 and ever .....

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Sep 04 1992 (HC)

Sudha Rani Agarwal Vs. Marriage Officer on Duty and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-04-1992

Reported in : 1992(24)DRJ294

g.l. mittal, j.(1) respondents no. 2 and 3 are present in court in person. both of them are of the age that they can marry and there is no prohibition of marriage. when we issued show cause notice it was argued that under the special marriage act, 1954, that marriage of citizens of india domiciled in the territory would be subject to the registration and since respondent no. 2 is an afghan citizen the marriage cannot be registered by the marriage officer.(2) learned counsel for the petitioner has not been able to show any provision of law under which it is necessary that a person who wants to get married under the special marriage act, 1954 must be a citizen of india. on the other hand the learned counsel for respondents no. 2 and 3 has invited our attention to a judgment of kamataka high court in the case of vatsala & another v. sub registrar & marriage officer, 1981 (1) dmc 276 wherein it was held that there is no prohibition under the special marriage act. 1954 read with foreign marriage act. 1969 of a marriage between an indian with a foreign national. accordingly, we dismiss the writ petition, dusty.

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