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May 06 2002 (HC)

Central Bank of India Vs. Delhi Motors Traders Association

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-06-2002

Reported in : 2002VIAD(Delhi)629; 98(2002)DLT606

..... the above rates you may name.'7. the plaintiff had strenuously assailed this clause on the grounds of uncertainty within the meaning of section 29 of the contract act and more particularly on illustration (e) and (f) the analysis of the learned single judge, clause 5 reserves to the bank the sole ..... that in this event it would have been the motor association which would have contended that the relevant date for conversion of the foreign payment/remittance into indian rupee should be the date on which it had retired the documents, i.e.july, 1966. neither of these situations, however, affect our decision. ..... of credit as well as regarding the bills in both the nil.'10. there can be no manner of doubt that had the indian rupee been revalued upwards in june 1966, the bank would not have adhered to the stand that it has adopted in these proceedings. it is ..... the dateof retirement of the bill. on the bill shown to me from the court record we had converted the amount payable for the bill into indian rupee.on the intimation sentto the plaintiff it was not indicated that the rateof exchange applicable would be the rate prevalent on the date of retirement ..... specifically declared to be good for payment for that day only. the bank's submission is also that the relevant date for purposes of conversion to indian rupees for payments made earlierin foreign currency would be the dateon which the goods were retired. it is contended that the bank correctly recovered payment .....

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Feb 19 2002 (HC)

State Bank of India Vs. State, Through Labour Enforcement Officer, Cur ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-19-2002

Reported in : 2002IVAD(Delhi)384; 97(2002)DLT94; 2002(62)DRJ325; [2002(94)FLR469]; (2002)IILLJ648Del

..... the supreme court and it cannot, thus, form the basis for prosecuting the petitioner.4. in m/s. indian iron & steel co. ltd's case (supra), the violation alleged by petitioner was of notification dated 1st february 1975 which prohibited employment of contract labour in the works of raising-cum-selling of coal; coal loading and un-loadingg; overburden removal and earth ..... ) dated 9th december 1976 issued by government of india, ministry of labour, new delhi under section 10(1) of the contract labour (regulation and abolition) act, 1970 (for short the 'act') work of sweeping and cleaning is prohibited category of employment and punishable under section 23 of the act. the petitioner is the principal employer as defined under section 2(1)(g) of the ..... the rules framed there under. while dealing with that point it was held that without violation of the provisions of the act or rules framed there under, the proseuction cannot fasten criminal liability against the petitioner on the strength of said notification issued under executive power taking aid of said section 10( ..... act for the said work. it was prayed that petitioner be summoned and tried for the offence committed.3. relying on the decision in indian iron & steel co. ltd and ors. v. state of bihar and ors., : (1987)iillj333pat the contention advanced by sh. jagat arora for petiotner .....

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Dec 23 2002 (TRI)

Jai Prakash Saini Vs. Director, Rajiv Gandhi Cancer Institute and Rese ...

Court : Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC New Delhi

Decided on : Dec-23-2002

..... of the medical council of india and/or state medical councils, constituted under the provisions of the indian medical council act would not exclude the services rendered by them from the ambit of the act. 3. a contract of personal service has to be distinguish from a ??contract for personal service. in the absence of a relationship of master and servant between the patient and ..... services and is not covered by exclusionary clause of the definition of ??service contained in section 2(1)(o) of the act. 4. the expression ??contract of personal service in section 2(1)(o) of the act cannot be confined to contracts for employment of domestic servants only and the said expression would include the employment of a medical officer for the purpose of ..... profession and were subject to the disciplinary control of the medical council of india and/or state medical councils, constituted under the provisions of the indian medical council act and, therefore, were excluded from the ambit of the act and the service rendered to a patient by a medical practitioner did not fall within the ambit and scope of ??service as defined in ..... rendering medical services to the employer. the services rendered by a medical officer to his employer under the contract of employment would be outside the purview of ??service as defined in section 2(1)(o) of the act. 5. service rendered free of charge by a medical practitioner attached to a hospital/nursing home or a medical officer employed .....

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Feb 12 2002 (TRI)

Sahara Airlines Ltd. Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Delhi

Decided on : Feb-12-2002

Reported in : (2002)83ITD11(Delhi)

..... parts and accessories of various aircrafts and also established facilities for assembling, servicing, repairing, overhauling of aircrafts, their instrument and accessories. the assessee had entered into a contract with indian air force for servicing, assembling, repairing and overhauling of airforce planes. according to clause 3 of the agreement, the necessary spares and materials were to be provided by ..... whom money is remitted have * no liabilities outstanding. *made satisfactory arrangements for payment of taxes due under the it act, 1961, it act, 1922, excess profits tax act, 1940, business profits tax act, 1947, wt act, 1957, expenditure tax act, 1957, and company's (profits) surtax act, 1964 in respect of the remittance(s) referred to above. these types of nocs are issued by it ..... exemption on payment to foreign enterprises for acquiring aircraft on lease under the existing provisions of clause (15a) of section 10 of the it act. income-tax exemption is provided on any payment made by an indian company, engaged in the business of operation of aircraft, to acquire an aircraft on lease from the government of a foreign state ..... navigational data was payment for information of industrial and commercial experience and, therefore, it was difficult to exclude the same for the ambit of taxation either under the it act or under the provisions of dtaa with germany.accordingly, the contention of the assessee that payment was for purchase was rejected. however, the ao was directed to adopt .....

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