Skip to content


Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: comparative chart of corresponding sections of 1983 act Sorted by: old Court: chennai Page 1 of about 35 results (0.053 seconds)

Mar 19 1929 (PC)

Sir Gulam Mohammad Ali Sahib Bahadur Vs. the Corporation of Madras

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!

Mar 19 1929 (PC)

Sir Gulam Muhammad Ali Sahib Bahadur Khan Bahadur Vs. the Corporation ...

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!

Feb 04 1931 (PC)

Appu L. Rm. Lakshmanan Chetti (Died) and anr. Vs. the Union Board of D ...

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!

Sep 04 1951 (HC)

Governor-general in Council Owning the B.B. and C.i. Rly. Represented ...

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!

May 01 1959 (HC)

Sajjan Bank (Private) Ltd., Alandur Vs. Reserve Bank of India, Madras

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1961Mad8; [1960]30CompCas146(Mad)

..... in regard to the conduct of the bank. i have said that the first inspection revealed defects in the method of keeping accounts and contravention of certain provisions of the act.correspondence that ensued was in regard to both the matters. it was not till 1955 that the defects pointed out were sought to be explained away or remedied. this, therefore, entailed ..... eradicating the defects pointed out by the inspection report.the detects noticed were the subject matter of subsequent correspondence between the petitioner and the reserve bank. a fresh inspection of the petitioner bunk was carried out in september 1956 under section 35 of the act. that also revealed certain defects. the respondent was evidently not satisfied that the at fairs of the petitioner ..... the supreme court, i am of the opinion that in the present case there is sufficient legislative guidance for the granting of licence embodied in the provisions of the act and of section 22 in particular and the delegation of the power having been made to a non-political body who is statutorily vested with the credit structure of the country, it ..... one opportunity to the petitioner to show cause against the refusal of licence. in the report placed before the central committee we find a comparative statement of the undesirable features noticed in the inspection reports with the corresponding representation of the bank and the comments of the bank. it was only after a careful consideration of all the matters that the reserve .....

Tag this Judgment!

May 01 1959 (HC)

Sajjan Bank by Director Kevalchand Lalwani Vs. Reserve Bank of India b ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1959)2MLJ455

..... in regard to the conduct of the bank. i have said that the first inspection revealed defects in the method of keeping accounts and contravention of certain provisions of the act. correspondence that ensued was in regard to both the matters. it was not till 1955 that the defect pointed out were sought to be explained away or remedied. this, therefore, entailed ..... eradicating the defects pointed out by the inspection report. the defects noticed were the subject-matter of subsequent correspondence between the petitioner and the reserve bank. a fresh inspection of the petitioner-bank was earned out in september, 1956, under section 35 of the act. that also rcvea'cd certain defects. the respondent was evidently not satisfied that the affair of the petitioner ..... the supreme court, i am of the opinion that in the present case there is sufficient legislative guidance for the granting of licence embodied in the provisions of the act and of section 22 in particular, and the delegation of the power having been made to a non-political body who is statutorily vested with the credit structure of the country, it ..... one opportunity to the petitioner to show cause against the refusal of licence. in the report placed before the central committee, we find a comparative statement of the undesirable features noticed in the inspection reports with the corresponding representation of the bank and the comments of the bank. it was only after a careful consideration of all the matters that the reserve .....

Tag this Judgment!

Mar 31 1967 (HC)

Zenith Lamps and Electricals Ltd. Vs. the Registrar, High Court and or ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1968)1MLJ37

..... ) 24 and 25 vict. 104, clause 37 of the letters patent of this court, and sections 106 (1) and 107(e) of the government of india act, 1915, corresponding to sections 223 and 224 of the government of india act, 1935. the matter is not res integra and is covered by decisions, to refer to the more recent: seshadri v. province of madras (1954) 1 ..... a few. we have not been furnished with clear comparative figures of the income from fees paid by suitors whose claims exceeded. rs. 50,000 prior to the new court fees act, and after the introduction of the new court fees act, or of the income from court-fees in the lower brackets during the corresponding periods. whether civil suitors as a body should ..... the total revenue raised or needed from court-fees, and its correlation to the expenditure on administration of justice.97. a comparative table showing ad valorem court-fees charged in each state as compared with the fees fixed in the court fees act of 1870 taken from the report of the law commission (at page 491-492) has been furnished. under the court ..... . but even the percentage of suits exceeding rs. 500 in value in the year 1962 was only 28.06; 29.23 being the corresponding figures for the year 1961 (civil court statistics of the state for 1962). compared with the total receipts from court-fees the contribution from suits of higher values having regard to the percentage of such suits may be .....

Tag this Judgment!

Nov 22 1974 (HC)

South India Shipping Corporation Ltd. Vs. Income-tax Officer

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [1976]46CompCas250(Mad); [1976]103ITR1(Mad)

..... reading of sections 80j and 80k with the corresponding earlier provisions in sections 15c(1) and 15c(4) of the 1922 ..... , however, submit that the decision in commissioner of income-tax v. s.s. sivan pillai was rendered with reference to section 15c(1) and 15c(4) of the indian income-tax act, 1922, corresponding to sections 84 and 85, respectively, of the income-tax act of 1961, before their deletion in 1969 and that the said decision cannot be of any assistance in the interpretation ..... of sections 80j and 80k which are entirely different from sections 15c(1) and 15c(4). 12. if the principle laid down in ..... -section shall be computed in accordance with such rules as may be made in this behalf by the central board of revenue '. 15. under the income-tax act of 1961, sections 15c(1) and 15c(4) werereplaced by sections 84 and 85 by the finance (no. 2) act of 1967. sections 84and 85 were later replaced by sections 80j and 80k, respectively. it -willbe clear from a comparative .....

Tag this Judgment!

Aug 26 1975 (HC)

In Re: Ramasamy and ors.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 1976CriLJ770

..... of session when the offence is triable exclusively by it. section 306 is the corresponding provision to section 337 of the old code. clauses (a) and (b) of sub-section (4) of section 306 of the present code, correspond to sub-sections (2) and (3) of section 337 of the old code, whereas sub-section (5) of the present section 306 corresponds to sections 2 (a) and 2(b) of the old ..... section 337. under sub-s. (4) (a), the approver must be examined as a witness in the ..... committal proceedings.4. under section 207-a subsection (4), in chapter 18 of the old code, the magistrate had to take the evidence of such persons, if ..... that the order of committal is in violation of the mandatory provisions of section 306, sub-sees. (4) and (5), and as such the order of committal should be quashed.3. before going into the illegality, if any, committed by the learned magistrate, now i shall discuss the comparative position of law under the old and the new code with regard to .....

Tag this Judgment!

Sep 15 1975 (HC)

State of Madras Represented by the Collector of Tiruchirapalli Vs. Mah ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1976)2MLJ501

..... indefeasible provision, may be under state grent or may be under any provision of statute theft the absence of any reference to it in the correspondence which ensued between the state and the grantee would not belie or belittle the exercise of such power which is admittedly vested in the state ..... and if the public purpose put in the forefront is undoubtedly a public purpose and is in the public interest, then other considerations and comparative hardships would not come into the picture as it would be beyond the pale of investigation and enquiry. a similar question came up before ..... provisions of the grant. to make this part of the discussion complete, we may refer to section 3 of the government grants act which makes such grants to take effect according to their tenor. this section says that all provisions, restrictions, conditions and limitations over contained in any such grant or ..... the supreme court when it was considering the acquisition of private property under the provisions of the land acquisition act. in abdul hussain v. state of gujarat : [1968]1scr597 the contention that when a particular land is being already used for one public ..... depressed classes. as one public purpose substitutes another public purpose, the argument is that the state government did not have the requisite authority to act.5. the above argument fails to take into consideration the essential ingredients in clause 8 of exhibit a-2. whenever the state government entertains .....

Tag this Judgment!


Save Judgments// Add Notes // Store Search Result sets // Organizer Client Files //