Court : Chennai
Reported in : AIR1931Mad520; (1931)60MLJ600
..... no doubt under the old local boards act and the old madras district municipalities act; but a comparative study of the scope of the corresponding sections of the old and the present local boards act and of the old district municipalities act, that is, section 156 of act v of 1884, section 225 of act xiv of 1920 and section 261 of act iv of 1884 will show that the ..... petitioner's contention is well founded. section 156 of the local boards act (v of 1884) (corresponding to section ..... 225 of the present local boards act) ..... the decision in srinivasa v. rathnasabapathi i.l.r. (1892) 16 m. 474: 3 m.l.j. 124 was under section 261 of the district municipalities act (iv of 1884) which corresponded generally with the necessary modifications to section 156 of the local boards act (v of 1884) in essential particulars. in this case it was held that 'the cases contemplated under .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : (1985)ILLJ459Mad
..... not identical. but, it is on record that only on securing the report of the s.r. unit which had analysed the comparable duties and responsibilities as between them, central government had chosen to fix identical scales of pay for corresponding personnel in the salt department. the only thing that had happened is that, they were made effective from 1st april, 1966 ..... /1st may, 1967, and not from 1st july, 1959. once the parity is thus made out on a comparative analysis made, a bald claim made for the purpose of ..... given fresh option to elect modified scales of pay, if and when ordered by the government on the basis of the report of s.r. unit after their completing a comparative study of the duties and responsibilities of the inspectors and deputy superintendents in the central excise and salt departments. on this basis, after a ..... comparative analysis was made, government of india took a decision to fix the same scales of pay as obtaining in the central excise department to inspectors and deputy superintendents in the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : AIR1930Mad200; 122Ind.Cas.360
..... iv empowers the commissioner to assess persona to profession tax under one of the nine scheduled classes and rule 14 empowers him to revise the classification. section 106 of the act of 1884 corresponding to section 125 of the act of 1904 empowered the president, in case the tax due on assessment or revision was unpaid, to send a notice that in case the tax ..... commissioner to prepare and maintain property tax registers. section 103 of the act of 1884 corresponding to section 120 of the act of 1904 made persons exercising a profession or holding an appointment in the city liable to pay profession tax. section 111 of the present act corresponds to this. section 104 of the act of 1884 corresponding to section 121 of the act of 1904 empowered the president to determine in which ..... the act of 1904, the president ..... the former acts. a bird's-eye view of the comparative provisions of the two earlier acts will be found in veeraraghavulu v. president, corporation of madras 7 ind. cas. 743 : 34 m. 130 : (1910) m.w.n. 583 : 8 m.l.t. 305 : 30 m.l.j. 773 : 11 cri.l.j. 521. under section 101 of the act of 1884, corresponding to section 118 of .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : (1929)57MLJ536
..... commissioner is as essential now as it was under the former acts. a bird's-eye-view of the comparative provisions of the two earlier acts will be found in veeraraghavulu v. the president of the corporation of madras : (1910)20mlj773 . under section 101 of the act of 1884 corresponding to section 118 of the act of 1904 the president was required to keep lists of persons ..... iv empowers the commissioner to assess persons to profession tax under one of the nine scheduled classes and rule 14 empowers him to revise the classification. section 106 of the act of 1884 corresponding to section 125 empowered the president in case the tax 'due on assessment or revision was unpaid, to send a notice that in case the tax was unpaid ..... to prepare and maintain property tax registers. section 103 of the act of 1884 corresponding to section 120 of the act of 1904 made persons exercising a profession or holding an appointment in the city liable to pay profession tax. section 111 of the present act corresponds to this. section 104 of the act of 1884 corresponding to section 121 of the act of 1904 empowered the president to determine in ..... liable to pay profession tax and other taxes, in schedule iv of the present act, rule .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
..... ) of the table below shall consists of the vice-chancellor, a nominee of the chancellor a nominee of the government and the persons specified in the corresponding entry in column (2) of the said table and in the case of appointment of a professor, assistant professor, reader or lecturer in a department ..... the legislative provision has to be given simple ordinary meaning, unless it leads to absurdity. if the ordinary english meaning to words is given, section 44(a) of the act does not lead to any absurd result, as contended. 31. the very fact, that the petitioner was holding the post of head of ..... for the petitioner, that marks was not correctively given cannot be gone into in this writ petition, nor it is for this court, to see the comparative merit of each candidate, as this court cannot substitute its opinion for that of experts. 20. the learned senior counsel for the petitioner, thereafter, vehemently ..... allegations of mala fide against any of the members of the selection committee, and therefore, it is not for this court, now, to assess the comparative merit of the candidates, to come to a different conclusion or to hold the selection to be arbitrary. 37. for the reasons stated above, there ..... to knowledge. 5. the petitioner passed b.sc., special botany in 1978, and completed her m.sc., botany in 1980, and m.phil., in 1983, and thereafter was awarded doctorate degree in microbiology in 1988, and fabms in biomedical science in 2001. 6. the petitioner joined as lecturer in 1991 in .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : (2004)ILLJ323Mad; (2003)3MLJ557
..... 5.00 p.m. on april 17, 2003 explaining the position and sharing the facts however unpalatable they may be to the plaintiff. further because of the prior e-mail correspondence between the parties there might have been an apprehension in the mind of the plaintiff that the defendants might reveal some confidential information. but, merely such apprehension itself does not ..... breach, but if the covenant is obscure or the breach doubtful, and no irreparable damage can arise to the plaintiff/appellant, then the question resolves itself into a question of comparative injury, whether the defendant will be more damnified by the injunction being granted or the plaintiff by its being withheld. mere interference with a legal right does not, however, ipso ..... to grant interim injunctionto the applicant/plaintiff.30. in a well considered judgment division bench of this high court held that the interlocutory injunction could be refused on ground of comparative convenience. holding that if the covenant is obscure and the breach doubtful, the court would not interfere in air 1999 mad 59 held thus:'it is not in every case ..... made by the counsel for the plaintiff who seeks for a restraint as claimed in the applications.20. learned counsel appearing for defendants submitted that in view of section 42 of specific relief act, such negative covenant cannot be enforced after the termination of services. it is also submitted that when the plaintiff company has not clearly indicated the area, the time .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Armed forces Tribunal AFT Regional Bench Chennai
..... , any officer gets any relief through complaint etc. in any cr, after the selection board has been held, he is entitled to a special corresponding consideration by selection board with his changed profile and in case he is approved by such special consideration, his original seniority remains protected. as per ..... holding that the crs are well moderated, corroborated, balanced, performance based, technically correct and are in consonance with the officers profile. we have also compared the profile of the applicant in the personal performance sheet produced before us. in the impugned cr, for the period june 2007 to october 2007 ..... background and not only the acr or one/few acrs etc. the selection/rejection is based upon the overall profile of an officer and comparative merit within the batch as evaluated by the selection board. it is upto the selection board to assess the suitability of the applicant for promotion ..... a particular batch are considered together with same cut-off acrs and inputs and on the basis of individual profile of the officer and the comparative batch merit, they are approved or not approved. seniority in itself is no consideration before the selection board for approval or non-approval. in ..... written counselling given by 6th respondent had no impact over his icr and therefore, he desisted from giving complaint against the counselling under section 27 of the army act. in the meantime, the extract of his acr for the period commencing from 14.11.2007 to 31.5.2008 written by .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : AIR1952Mad795; (1952)IIMLJ24
..... turned out that the proper quarter was b. b. & c. i. and as gathered from the evidence on record, the m. & s. m. railway duly entered into correspondence with the b. b. & c. i. railway and the b. b. & c. i. railway had notice of the loss of the property which should have been delivered ..... and c. i. railway by the correspondence which had taken place between the m. & s. m. railway and the b. b. & c. i. railway and whether in those circumstances, theb. b. & ..... required for the notice. ex. p. 6 is material in this connection. under that document, the m. & s. m. railway admitted that they were in correspondence with the foreign railways. the question is whether notice of the loss of the goods belonging to the plaintiff had not been brought home to the b. b. ..... to whom the law requires notice to be given and the method by which he received it is a matter which is of comparative unimportance and a deviation from the methods prescribed in the section will, in my opinion, be only an irregularity.....'he further goes on to observe: 'i am of opinion that 'woods v ..... applicable by analogy to section 77 of the act also. in this case, though direct notice was given to b. b. & c. i. railway only in november 1946. still notice sent to the m. & s. m. railway co., had been given sufficiently in time and the m. & s. m. railway had already entered into correspondence with the b. b .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : 46STC264(Mad)
..... original being thrown overboard for all purposes. he also expressed the view that the provisions in the mysore sales tax act and the madhya pradesh sales tax act are not in pan materia with the corresponding section 16 of the tamil nadu general sales tax act, 1959.73. he also relied upon an observation made in state of madras v. mettur industries limited  32 ..... state laws considered by the supreme court in the above two decisions were almost similar, having regard to the context in which the words are used in the relevant comparable sections in the other acts and the general scheme and the structure of those enactments. he was of the view that the supreme court has expressly laid down that the reassessment proceeding is ..... been extracted at page 179 of the reports (39 s.t.c.) and they appear to be differently worded as compared to section 16 of the tamil nadu act. it is not possible, therefore, to apply the said decision to the facts herein and to hold that the earlier decisions of this court no longer stated the law correctly. ..... vocabulary, but also a certain basic framework and even certain identity of outlook. this is a common enough tendency to be found in taxing statutes. courts have often found a comparative study of different tax laws a fruitful discipline, even if it were not, strictly speaking, a direct aid to statutory construction. this kind of task is now easily undertaken because .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Reported in : (2006)IIILLJ897Mad
..... regulations, as were applicable to them under the government of madras prior to the 1st july, 1957, until corresponding service rules and regulations are framed by the board, under sub-section (c) of section 79 of the electricity (supply) act, 1948 (central act liv of 1948).(2) the said staff who were in government service till 30.6.57 and who have opted ..... proceedings no. 445, transitory regulations were framed. these regulations were to be applicable to the staff of the government electricity department till corresponding rules and regulations are framed by the board under section 79(c) of the electricity supply act, 1958. the relevant regulations are extracted below:(1) the said staff shall continue to be governed by the same service rules and ..... the 1960 regulations were first operative, the state government had replaced the then existent civil service regulations with the tamil nadu pension rules and the tamil nadu pension rules, 1978. correspondingly, by the 1995 amendment, the expression 'civil service regulations' in regulation 9 was replaced by 'the tamil nadu pension rules' and 'the tamil nadu pension rules, 1978'. regulation 9 ..... tamil nadu administrative tribunal. if the chairman of the electricity board was of the opinion that on a total consideration of the financial capacity of the board and also the comparative scales of pension received by the board's pensioners and the government pensioners it was not necessary to adopt g.o. ms. nos. 272 and 273, then we cannot .....Tag this Judgment!