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May 11 1923 (PC)

Probodh Chandra Mitter Vs. Harish Chandra Naskar

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-11-1923

Reported in : AIR1924Cal124

..... bears to the entire estate...section 79 provides that 'the receipt of any proprietor...whose name and the extent of whose interest is registered under this act shall afford full indemnity to any person paying rent to such proprietor.' it is contended on behalf of the respondent that having regard to the provisions of section 78 (second, paragraph) the defendant would ..... act seem to refer to a third person whose name is not registered at all. the object of section 60 of the bengal tenancy act appears to be to afford indemnity to tenants who pay rent to the person whose name is registered under the act, and to debar them from pleading in defence to a claim for rent by such ..... to the plaintiff, and. under section 79 the receipt of the heirs of chandranath whose names are registered with respect to an 8 annas of the estate, would afford full indemnity in respect to such share.12. section 81, however, provides : 'nothing contained in the three last preceding sections shall be held to interfere with the conditions of any written ..... contract. in the present case there was a written contract under which the entire rent was due to purna and his successors. there is some difference of opinion as to the construction to be placed upon .....

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May 11 1923 (PC)

Probodh Chandra Mitter Vs. Harish Chandra Naskar, Who Appeared; and Pa ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-11-1923

Reported in : 78Ind.Cas.7

..... to the entire estate...,' section 79 provides that that the receipt of any proprietor...whose name and the extent of whose interest is registered under this act shall afford full indemnity to any person paying rent to such proprietor. it is contended on behalf of the respondent that, having regard to the provisions of section 78 (second paragraph), the defendant would ..... act seem to refer to a third person whose name is not registered at all. the object of section 60 of the bengal tenancy act appears to be, to afford indemnity to tenants who pay rent to the person whose name is registered under the act, and to debar them from pleading in defense to a claim for rent by such ..... rent to the plaintiff, and under section 79 the receipt of the heirsof chandranath whose names are registered with respect to an 8 annas of the estate, would afford full indemnity in respect to such share.12. section 81, however, provides: 'nothing contained in the three last preceeding sections shall be held to interfere with the conditions of any written ..... contract.' in the present case there was a written contract under which the entire rent was due to purna and his successors. there is some difference of opinion as to the construction to be placed upon .....

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Jun 15 1923 (PC)

Girdharilal Honuman Bux Vs. Eagle Star and British Dominions Insurance ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jun-15-1923

Reported in : AIR1924Cal186

..... and that the true ground, on which the clause limiting the time of claim rests and is maintainable, is that, by the contract of the parties the right to indemnity in case of loss and the liability of the company therefor do not become absolute, unless the remedy is sought within the time ..... 38 bom. 344 in the passage which my learned brother has cited. the proposition advanced on behalf of the plaintiffs that the condition offence against the indian contract act in that it curtails the period of limitation for a suit on the policy, and the argument addressed to us, exclude the proposition that what is ..... of the period allowed by law for the institution of such a suit, amounts to limiting the time within which a party may enforce his rights under a contract within section 28 and defeats the provisions of article 86 of the limitation act.7. in hirabai v. manufacturers life insurance co. (1912) 14 bom. ..... 86 of the limitation act.6. section 23 of the indian contract act provides that the consideration or object of an agreement is lawful unless, amongst other things, it is of such a nature that if permitted, it ..... contended on behalf of the plaintiffs that condition 13, as set out above, is void under the provisions of sections 23 and 28 of the indian contract act, 1872, as an attempt to curtail the period of limitation for a suit on the policies, namely, the period of three years prescribed under article .....

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Jun 15 1923 (PC)

Giridharilal Hanumanbux Vs. Eagle Star and British Dominions Insurance ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jun-15-1923

Reported in : 80Ind.Cas.637

..... limitation and that the true ground on which the clause limiting the time of claim rests and is maintainable is that, by the contract of the parties, the right to indemnity in case of loss and the liability of the company there for do not become absolute unlets the remedy is sought within the ..... l.r. 948 in the passage which my learned brother has cited. the proposition advanced on behalf of the plaintiffs that the condition offends against the indian contract act in that it curtails the period of limitation for a suit on the policy, and the argument addressed to us, exclude the proposition that what is ..... the period allowed by law for the institution of such a suit, amounts to limiting the time within which a party may enforce his rights under a contract within section 28 and defeats the provisions of article 86 of the limitation act.8. in hirabhai v. manufacturers life insurance company 16 ind. cas. 1001 ..... article 86 of the limitation act.7. section 23 of the indian contract act provides that the consideration or object of an agreement is lawful unless, amongst other things, it is of such a nature that, if permitted, it ..... contended on behalf of the plaintiffs that condition 13, as set out above, is void under the provisions of sections 23 and 28 of the indian contract act, 1872, as an attempt to curtail the period of limitation for a suit on the policies, namely, the period of three years prescribed under .....

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Apr 10 1923 (PC)

Hari Chandana Joga Deya Vs. Hindustan Co-operative Insurance Society, ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Apr-10-1923

Reported in : (1925)ILR52Cal239

..... obligation in the agreement under which the plaintiff syndicate is to have this express right'. later on he adds that 'if the court sees that a contract involves as one of its terms that an article is not to be altered, then the company is not at liberty to alter that article so as ..... rubber co., ld. [1915] 2 ch. 186 held that the alteration of the article in that case was not an alteration which was applicable to the contract between the company and the plaintiff. in that case by one of the articles it was provided that a certain syndicate should have the right to nominate two ..... on, the master of the rolls adds:---'but, 'although the regulations contained in a company's 'articles of association are revocable by special 'resolution, a special contract may be made with the 'company, in the terms of or embodying one or more 'of the articles and the question will then arise 'whether an alteration ..... indebted 'to the company.''but then comes the question whether this can be 'done so as to impose a lien or restriction in respect 'of a debt contracted before and existing at the 'time when the articles are altered. again, speaking generally, i am of opinion that the articles 'can be so altered and ..... time had not been in fact recovered oat of the profits of the company. in my opinion, that is not in accordance with the terms of the contract. as it is admitted, therefore, that the plaintiff has paid the whole sum which the company required him to pay during the endowment period under the .....

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Apr 10 1923 (PC)

Hari Chandana Joga Deva Vs. Hindustan Co-operative Insurance Society L ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Apr-10-1923

Reported in : AIR1925Cal690,90Ind.Cas.86

..... obligation in the agreement under which the plaintiff syndicate is to have this express right.' later on he adds that 'if the court sees that a contract involves as one of its terms that an article is not to be altered, then the company is not at liberty to alter that article so as ..... alperton rubber co., ltd. (1915) 2 ch. 186 held that the alteration of the article in that case was not an alteration which was applicable to the contract between the company and the plaintiff. in that case by one of the articles it was provided that a certain syndicate should have the right to nominate two ..... on, the master of the bolls adds :-'but, although the regulations contained in a company's articles of association are revocable by special resolution, a special contract may be made with the company, in the terms of or embodying one or more of the articles and the question will then arise whether an alteration of ..... indebted to the company.''but them comes the question whether this can be done so as to impose a lien or restriction in respect of a debt contracted before and existing at the time when the articles are altered. again, speaking generally, i am of opinion that the articles can be so altered and ..... time had not been in fact recovered out of the profits of the company. in my opinion, that is not in accordance with the terms of the contract. as it is admitted, therefore, that the plaintiff has paid the whole sum which the company required him to pay during the endowment period under the policy .....

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Dec 21 1923 (PC)

Kush Kanta Barkakati Vs. Chandra Kanta Kakati and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Dec-21-1923

Reported in : AIR1924Cal1056,83Ind.Cas.151

..... that defendant is equally liable to the plaintiff. this contention is based on the fallacious, assumption that there was in fact and in law a contract between the plaintiff and the company. we cannot overlook the circumstance that the company refused to execute the document to the knowledge of the plaintiff. ..... . there remains the question of the liability of the defendants individually. it is beyond controversy that the first and third defendants are both liable. the contract was made between the first defendant and the plaintiff. the third defendant has admitted that he employed the first defendant to enter into the transaction on ..... or for a different purpose from that agreed upon or by failure to re-deliver it or to deliver it over in accordance with the terms of the contract, the bailor may sue him in trover, loeschman v. machin (1818) 2 srtark 311, bryant v. wardell (1848) 2 exch. 479, fenn v ..... between the company and the plaintiff. this document, however, was never executed as the company declined to accept some of the terms of the proposed contract. the elephant, which had been made over by the first defendant to the third defendant continued, however, to be employed to carry timber for the ..... do execute this ekrarnamah (deed of agreement) and declare that this day, i engage your elephant named mohan, valued at rs. 5,000 under registered contract for ten months, promising to pay hire at rs. 70 per month for timber business at naojan camp of the surma valley timber company, that for .....

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May 16 1923 (PC)

M.L. Chakrabarty Vs. Olof Borin

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-16-1923

Reported in : AIR1924Cal446,80Ind.Cas.419

..... reference under section 69 of the presidency small cause courts act, 1882. the suit, which was brought by the buyer against the seller for damages for breach of an indent contract, was instituted on the 18th july, 1922. the trial took place before the sixth judge who dismissed the suit on the 18th august, 1922. on the 7th september, 1922, the .....

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Jul 24 1923 (PC)

Bank of Bengal Vs. William Arratoon Lucas and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-24-1923

Reported in : AIR1924Cal578

..... security, a new general asset is created; thus, incidentally, in the winding up of the surety's estate, all the creditors derive a certain benefit from the indemnity fund; whatever may remain of the latter goes back to the principal's estate. i need not pursue the point further; for, apart from these considerations, ..... morrison he may certainly prove that they deceived him. or he may set up a case of domination of his will and of undue influence under the contract act. but what this case is or why it should be seriously entertained upon this evidence i wholly fail to see.35. the third series of ..... , and a creditor can derive no benefit from securities given by the principal to the surety, unless he can show a direct interest in them by contract or under a trust or unless both principal and surety are bankrupt and the rule in the decision just mentioned applies. in this connection, reference may ..... may be taken as the types, is futile. nor is foundation laid in the evidence for a case of undue influence under the provisions of the indian contract act; there is no question of confidence reposed and betrayed, much less of domination of his will to obtain an unfair advantage over him, within the ..... plaintiff's agent authorised to make any payment for insurance charges and can any such payment be a charge on the mortgaged properties?viii. was there any contract for payment of compound interest and is it recoverable? is the account annexed to the plaint correct?ix. has the sum of rs. 7,543-15- .....

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Jul 24 1923 (PC)

Bank of Bengal Vs. W.A. Lucas

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-24-1923

Reported in : (1924)ILR51Cal185

..... , a new general asset is created; thus, incidentally, in the winding up of the surety's estate, all the creditors derive a certain benefit from the indemnity fund; whatever may remain of the latter goes back to the principal's estate i need not pursue the point further; for apart from these considerations, if ..... morrison he may certainly prove that they deceived him. or he may set up a case of domination of his will and of undue influence under the contract act. but what this case is or why it should be seriously entertained upon this evidence i wholly fail to see.38. the third series of ..... , and a creditor can derive no benefit from securities given by the principal to the surety, unless he can show a direct interest in them by contract or under a trust or unless both principal and surety are bankrupt and the rule in the decision just mentioned applies. in this connection reference may be ..... 489 may be taken as the types is futile nor is foundation laid in the evidence for a case of under influence under the provisions of the indian contract act; there is no question of confidence reposed and betrayed, much less of domination of his will to obtain an unfair advantage over him, within the ..... plaintiff's agent authorised to make any payment for insurance charges and can any such payment be a charge on the mortgaged properties?viii. was there any contract for payment of compound interest and is it recoverable? is the account annexed to the plaint correct?ix. has the sum of rs. 7,543-15 .....

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