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Oct 17 1995 (HC)

Sd. Gurmukh Singh Anand Huf and Another Vs. Sd. Suchacha Singh Anand a ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Oct-17-1995

Reported in : 1995IVAD(Delhi)505; [1998]91CompCas171(Delhi)

..... an indian citizen and becoming an american citizen. secondly, it is contended that even if gurmukh singh had obtained an american citizenship, his partnership with his brother in india would not become illegal and unvalid. 10. the first contention raised on behalf of the plaintiff is that the hindu ..... the hindu undivided family of sardar sucha singh are the partners of the partnership firm. thereforee, though sardar gurmukh singh had obtained american citizenship, his son was the member of the hindu undivided family of sardar gurmukh singh and he must be presumed to have continued the same ..... the plaintiff, gurmukh singh, could not continue the partnership between him and his brother, sardar sucha singh, and the moment he obtained the american citizenship, he ceased to be the partner of the partnership between the two brothers. this contention raised on behalf of the defendants is resisted by the ..... 1992 and in the year 1977, he had obtained american citizenship. admittedly, the partnership between the plaintiff and the defendant started on april 1, 1963, and the said partnership was not dissolved till the plaintiff, gurmukh singh, had left india in 1970-71. it must be also mentioned here ..... he had obtained citizenship of the usa. the plaintiff, gurmukh singh, was prevented by the provision of law from carrying on any business in india in view of the provisions of the foreign exchange regulation act, 1973, the plaintiff could not legally carry on any business in india, and consequently, .....

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Oct 17 1995 (HC)

Gurmukh Singh Anand H.U.F. and anr. Vs. Suchacha Singh Anand and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Oct-17-1995

Reported in : 60(1995)DLT561

..... be an indian citizen and become an american citizen. secondly, it is contended that even if gurmukh singh had obtained an american citizenship, his partnership with his brother in india would not become illegal and unvalid. (10) the first contention raised on behalf of the plaintiff that h.u.f. of ..... 1973, the plaintiff gurmukh singh could not continue the partnership between him and his brother sardar sucha singh and the moment he obtained the american citizenship, he ceased to be the partner of the partnership between two brothers., this contention raised on behalf of the defendants is resisted by the ..... it is an admitted fact that plaintiff sardar gurmukh singh had left india sometime in the year 1970-71 and had gone to united states of america., it is also not in dispute that sardar gurmukhsingh has obtained american citizenship in the year 1977. in view of these admitted facts a contention ..... 1992 and in the year 1977, he had obtained the american citizenship. admittedly, the partnership between the plaintiff and defendant started on 1st april 1963 and the said partnership was not dissolved till the plaintiff gurmukh singh had left india in 1970-71. it must be also mentioned here that it ..... he had obtained the citizenship of u.s.a. plaintiff gurmukh singh was prevented by the provision of law from carrying out any business in india in view of the provision of foreign exchange regulation act, 1973. the plaintiff could not legally carry out any business in india and consequently, the .....

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Oct 01 1995 (HC)

Radhika Vickram Tikkoo Vs. Vickram Ravi Tikkoo

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Oct-01-1995

Reported in : 1995IVAD(Delhi)557; 60(1995)DLT666; I(1996)DMC422; 1995(35)DRJ423

..... by birth was of no consequence. the parents are of indian origin, while the mother is an indian citizen. the child on attaining majority could opt for continuance of american citizenship or renouncing it. as regards, schooling in the aes facilitating the admission to american universities, mr. sibal pointed out that those who have studied and followed indian school examination, also ..... to him. his admission to american universities is not excluded by following the indian school system. the aes which caters to the children of diplomats mostly, who are transferred to india, admits children beyond the nursery in senior classes also. the trial court exceeded its jurisdiction in reversing the decision of the parent charged with the custody of the minor, regarding ..... marital discord and acrimony and separation of the petitioner and respondent. ignoring these ground realities namely the fact that the child in the present scenario is likely to stay in india in the foreseeable future under the care of the petitioner amounts to a material irregularity. mr. sibal has rightly submitted that the ground reality is that the child would stay ..... by both the parents to admit the child to aes to provide a continuous pattern of education, suited to the child's future global prospects. the respondent had come to india following the liberalisation policy for identifying and planning the setting up of and commencement of business ventures. it was with a view of avoid discontinuance of pattern of education as .....

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