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Apr 13 1973 (HC)

Hakim Singh Vs. Shiv Sagar and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Apr-13-1973

Reported in : AIR1973All596

..... for changing section 226(1)348 (1) proceedings - english language227 - all proceedings in english language.376 (1) judge to continue in office.231 (1) judge to continue in office.52. from the above comparative chart it shall be evident that the provisions concerning high courts as contained in the constitution of india are based on the corresponding provisions of government of india act. 1935. most ..... 216, 217, 221, 225 and 230, respectively, of the constitution of india as enacted by the constituent assembly. draft article 201 corresponds to article 225 of the constitution of india and sections 223 and 226(1) of the government of india act, 1935. draft article 201 was passed without any amendment. when the framers of the constitution regarded article 225 (draft article 201 ..... may be mentioned that item 53 in list i, items 1 and 2 in list ii and item 15 in list iii in the seventh schedule to the 1935 act more or less correspond to entries 77. 78 and 95 in list i. entries 3 and 65 in list ii and entry 48 in list iii of the seventh schedule to the ..... of the provisions of the government of india ad have been incorporated in the constitution of india. the changes introduced are:--(1) under article 214 of the constitution there shall be a high court for each state, but in section 219 of the government of india act, 1935 the term 'high .....

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Apr 24 1973 (SC)

Kesavananda Bharati Sripadagalvaru and ors.Vs. State of Kerala and anr ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-24-1973

Reported in : AIR1973SC1461; (1973)4SCC225; [1973]SuppSCR1

..... under articles 14, 19 and 31 because article 13(2) would but for its exclusion in article 31c render such laws void. the declaration clause is comparable to section 6(3) of the land acquisition act "1894 which contains a conclusive evidence clause that declaration shall be conclusive evidence that the land is needed for a public purpose and for a company as ..... illegal channel of giving expression to change. the "consent of the governed" is that each generation has a right to establish its own law. conditions change. men change, opportunities for corresponding change in political institutions and principles of government therefore arise. an unamendable constitution was the french constitution which by an amendment to the constitution adopted in 1884 declared that the ..... movement could be much faster. 1885. the constitutional function with which the judiciary is entrusted, in such a constitution, is to see that the chosen vehicle does not leave the charted course or path or transgress the limits prescribed by the constitution at a particular time. the fundamental rights, as i have said eariler, may be viewed as such limits. the ..... philosophers or the philosophers of the early 19th century...nevertheless the world has changed within a hundred years- changed mightily" parliamentary debates vols. xii-xiii, part ii, pp. 9624-9625. 1983. articles 15(3), 16(4) and (5), 19(2) to (6), 21, 22(3), 4(b) and 7(a) and (b), 23(2), 25(1) and (2), 26, 28(2 .....

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Dec 05 1973 (HC)

Maneklal Narandas Vs. Gajaraben Widow of Chunilal Maneklal

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-05-1973

Reported in : (1975)16GLR11

..... .a. no. 1175 of 1969 decided on april 23, 1969. when their lordships dealt with the corresponding section of the mysore rent control act, 1961, their lordships pointed out that the whole object of the act was to provide for the control of rents and evictions, etc., and section 21 enumerated the grounds which alone would entitle a landlord to evict his tenant. clause (h ..... would be available in present and not in future. in order to decide the question of balance, the court must consider the relevant question of balance of comparative hardship under the imperative provision of section 13(2). if, therefore, the plaintiff in his plaint had alleged not only that she required the suit premises bona fide and reasonably for this personal requirement ..... had proved his bona fide and reasonable personal requirement of the suit premises. it would have to go into the next question as to the ground of comparative hardship as required by mandatory terms of section 13(2) and it is only when the court was satisfied that greater hardship would result to the landlord that the eviction decree could be passed ..... also said in the consent terms that alternative accommodation was not available at the relevant time and, therefore, time-limit was agreed and it was held that the factum of comparative hardship was clearly in dispute between the parties on the face of those consent terms. therefore, the consent decree could not be passed for eviction without the court going into .....

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Dec 19 1973 (HC)

Union of India (Uoi) (Through the Commissioner of Income-tax) Vs. Asia ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-19-1973

Reported in : [1974]44CompCas359(Delhi); [1974]95ITR229(Delhi)

..... company, as the case may be, would consider and accord their approval to such a compromise or arrangement and make provisions for matters incidental thereto. section 153a of the act of 1913 and its corresponding provisions in the act of 1956, inter alia, provide that, in case the compromise or arrangement has been proposed for the purpose of or in connection with a scheme ..... that the subsequent substitution of articles 158 and 178 of that act was not considered as in any manner justifying the deviation from the aforesaid construction of article 181. in view of the wider scope of article 137 as compared to that of article 181, the definition of the term ' application ' in section 2(b), the history of the present legislation and the ..... of the term ' application ' in the new act, the statement of objects and reasons and the legislative history of the new act, it was held that, on its true construction, article 137 would take ..... application was subject to article 137 of the new act.35. in the case of ram kumar kajaria v. chandra engineering (india) ltd., : air1972cal381 the question arose as to the application of article 137 to an application for pre-emption under the west bengal land reforms act, a special statute, and after considering the comparative phraseology of articles 181 and 137, the definition .....

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Jul 09 1973 (HC)

State of Kerala Vs. Chandran and ors.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-09-1973

Reported in : 1974CriLJ52

..... the court thinks fit for making local investigation and the report of the commissioner being evidence in the case even without his examination. there are no corresponding provisions in the criminal procedure code. but that code provides for the judge making a local inspection himself. that inspection can be used by him for properly ..... in the noon to guard against theft. accused 2, 3, 5 and 6 are said to have fisted bava indiscriminately with hands. there was no corresponding contusion on his body. there were abrasions on several parts of the body. there is no explanation as to how they were caused. according to the ..... scene of occurrence and the places from where the judge looked at it was only less than two feet. there is also nothing to indicate the comparative power of vision of the judge and trip witnesses. it may as well be that what the judge could not see if his sight was ..... that, in the case of a trial by jury, or with the aid of assessors the judge shall not act under this section unless such jury or assessors are also allowed a view under section 293.local inspection can be made on the application of parties or even suo motu. but it can only ..... lacuna in evidence. preparation of the background to appreciate the evidence of witnesses is not the same as 'properly appreciating the evidence' contemplated by the section. they are clearly distinct matters. if local inspection is used to prepare the background it takes the place of obtaining additional information or evidence and that .....

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Apr 17 1973 (HC)

Polaki Sri Rangam and Sons Vs. State of Orissa

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Apr-17-1973

Reported in : [1973]32STC549(Orissa)

..... fresh evidence, whether oral or documentary, such powers must be exercised subject to certain limitations and restrictions as laid down in the provisos (a), (b) and (c) to section (obviously, rule) 61. the corresponding provision in the civil procedure code is order 41, rule 27, relating to production of additional evidence in appellate court. the privy council and the courts in india have repeatedly ..... tribunal. the tribunal disposed of the appeal by order dated 16th may, 1970 and affirmed the assessment as modified by the first appellate authority. an application made under section 24(1) of the act was rejected on the footing that no question of law arose out of the appellate order.3. whether in a given case low profits disclosed by the assessee ..... not attracted. admittedly, the affidavits which were filed on the. date of hearing were placed before the tribunal by way of additional evidence.section 23(3)(c) of the act provides:while disposing of an appeal under this sub-section the tribunal or additional tribunal, as the case may be, shall have the same powers subject to the same conditions as are enumerated ..... can be used as a ground for rejecting the books of account would depend on the facts of the case. if upon comparative material, the assessing officer comes to hold .....

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Aug 30 1973 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Gujarat Iii Vs. Dhanji Shamji

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-30-1973

Reported in : [1974]97ITR173(Guj)

..... in the 1922 act corresponding to section 70 of the 1961 act. proviso 1 to section 24 (1) of the 1922 act laid down : 'provided that in ..... section 6, he shall be entitled to have the amount of the loss set off against his income, profits or gains under any other head in that year. section 71 of the 1961 act corresponds to section 24 (1) of the 1922 act. but the provisions of section 70 of the 1961 act were implicit in the provisions of the 1922 act, though there is no exact corresponding section ..... the amount of the loss set off under the section. section 75, sub-section (1) of the 1961 act, corresponds to this portion of the second proviso to section 24 (1) of the 1922 act. section 24 (2) of the 1922 act dealt with carrying forward and setting off of losses. sub-section (2) of section 24 of the 1922 act provided that where any assessee sustains a loss ..... act. section 75, sub-section (2), corresponds to the proviso to the clause (c) in section 24 (2) because that clause provided : 'provided that nothing herein contained shall entitle any assessee, being a registered firm, to have carried forward and set off any loss which has been apportioned between the partners, under the proviso to sub-section (1)........' 9. these then are the comparative .....

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Apr 18 1973 (HC)

Banarsi Dass Garg Vs. Sumer Chand and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-18-1973

Reported in : 10(1974)DLT73

..... of the valid votes. (19) the representation of the people act, 1951, contains comparative provisions. the following table will indicate these provisions :- corporation act. representation of the people act, 1951. section 15(1) section 18 section 16(1) section 84 section 17(1) section 100 section 19(1) section 98 section 19(2) section 100 (20) there is a significant omission in the corporation act in that it does not contain a provision similar to ..... section 97 of the representation of the people act, 1951. it would be ..... the legislature was conscious that the right to recriminate was explicitly conferred on the respondent in the earlier enactment of representation of the people act, 1951 in terms of section 97, still it made no corresponding provision in the corporation act. this omission indicates that in their wisdom the legislature did not intend to confer the right to recriminate in the case of a .....

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