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Nov 10 2006 (HC)

Vishal Nilesh Mandlewala Vs. Justice R.J. Shah (Retd.) Admission Commi ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Nov-10-2006

Reported in : (2007)2GLR1764

..... of another country, like u.s.a. in the present case, cannot claim to be an n.r.i. merely on the basis of such citizenship, but has to satisfy the requirement stipulated in the income tax act. he, therefore, urged that the petition was required to be rejected without any interference ..... to have attained majority only on completion of age of twenty-one years and not before. the proviso states that every other person domiciled in india shall be deemed to have attained majority when the person completes the age of eighteen years and not before. this provision assumes importance in light ..... a position contrary to the statutory law.17. under the indian majority act, 1875, section 3 provides for age of majority of persons domiciled in india. the provision stipulates that every minor of whose person or property, a guardian has been appointed or declared by any court of justice before such ..... income tax officer while recording the endorsement. it is pertinent to note that in the financial year 2005-2006, mr. kirit mandlewala had stayed in india only for 26 days while the endorsement records that the stay was for 75 days. mr. joshi does not dispute this error.15. reverting back ..... framed. so long as the state does not do it, it will be for the committees constituted pursuant to islamic academy's direction to regulate.13. pursuant to the aforesaid observations the state has constituted respondent no. 1-committee which has framed the regulations styled as 'regulations and admission procedure to .....

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