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Feb 06 2009 (HC)

Zora Singh and ors. Vs. Amrik Singh Hayer and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : [2009]149CompCas328(P& H)

..... test of oppression and mismanagement as having rested on the principles of equity and the petitioner who had committed fraud and attempted to resile from his express undertakings under the contract was not entitled to obtain any redressal from court. the points of law urged for consideration had been set out elaborately in paragraph 3 as follows:(i) whether the memorandum ..... agreement where time is essence by the company law board (sic)?(xii) whether the doctrine of promissory estoppel can be invoked in the matters where one party has fulfilled the contract and others also acted on the same?(xiii) whether an uncompleted/unaccepted power of attorney holder can file petition under sections 397 and 398 and who opted to exit from ..... jurisdiction of the company law board by subsequently instituting a civil suit. before the civil court, the relevant issue could be whether the plaintiff had performed his part of the contract and the non-execution of transfer of shares by amrik singh was justified or not. so long as amrik singh continues to be a shareholder, all the trappings of the .....

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Apr 28 1982 (HC)

Radha Ram Vs. Municipal Committee

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1983)ILLJ163P& H

s.s. sandhawalia, c.j.1. the meaningful and the significant question culminating in this reference to the full bench has been formulated in the following terms:whether, in a suit for declaration, the civil court or the high court sitting in appeal or otherwise is competent to give any direction etc., for the payment of the arrears of pay as a result of the dismissal order having been declared illegal or without jurisdiction.manifestly, the issue aforesaid is pristinely legal, yet a brief outline of the matrix of facts giving rise thereto becomes inevitable.2. radha ram, appellant (in r.s.a. no. 402/1973) was appointed a moharrir on a permanent basis by the municipal committee of barnala on the 2nd january, 1965. however, by an order dated 27th july, 1966, the respondent - municipal committee terminated the appellant's services with immediate effect in pursuance of a government direction purporting to have been given under section 41 of the punjab municipal act (hereinafter referred to as the act). on the 10th july, 1969, the appellant instituted a suit for declaration that the termination order dated 27th july, 1966, was absolutely illegal, unconstitutional, without jurisdiction, null and void and that the appellant be deemed to be still in the service of the respondent municipality enjoying full rights and privileges of monthly salary, dearness and other allowances including annual grade increments already accrued or yet to accrue in future. this suit was strenuously .....

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Jul 06 1994 (HC)

Shri Ashwani Kumar and ors. Vs. State of Punjab Through the Secretary ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1994)108PLR555

g.s. singhvi, j.1. these two petitions can appropriately be disposed of by a common order because they raise an identical question for determination by the court. before coming to the legal issue, it is proper to set out a few facts.2. all the petitioners in the two petitions were appointed in the service of punjab roadways as ticket verifiers. of them petitioners nos. 1 to 6 in civil writ petition no. 9030 of 1988 were regularised with effect from 15.1.1986 while petitioners no. 7 to 11 in the said petition were regularised with effect from 21.3.1986. two of the thirteen petitioners namely smt. narinder kaur and smt. neelam kumari were! employed as ticket verifier on compassionate ground because their husbands had died while in the service of punjab roadways. at the time of entry into service; the petitioners were paid as daily wagers and even after regularisation, petitionersno.1 to 11 in cwp no. 9030 of 1988 continued to be paid as daily wagers. the petitioners have claimed that as ticket verifier, they have been discharging duties which are identical to the duties being performed by holders of corresponding posts in the service of pepsu road transport corporation and haryana roadways transport corporation and even though employees of these two agencies are being paid salary in the regular time scale, they are being paid as daily wagers. they have stated that as ticket verifiers, they perform the duties of checking the ticket books checking of advance ticket dockets issued .....

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Aug 09 1996 (HC)

National Co-operative Consumer Federation of India Vs. the Market Comm ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1996)114PLR499

..... such dealer that the gods in question are specified in the purchasing dealer's certificate of registration as being required for resale by him or in the execution of any contract.' this court held that the said mandatory provision was inconsistent withsection 5(2)(a)(ii) of the orissa sales tax act; and to avoid that conflict it reconciled both the .....

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May 19 2004 (HC)

Tej Kaur (Deceased by L.Rs.) Vs. Devinder Kaur and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR2005P& H9

..... flows from the nature of the relief that is available to a party, who is aggrieved on account of the default of the other party on a contract. we find that to confine a reading of the pleadings into a strait-jacket and to construe them rigidly and mechanically would defeat the ends of justice ..... to me to be perfectly just and reasonable and i can see no valid reason to refuse to accede to it. the plaintiffs have actually performed the contract in the main and have expressed their readiness and willingness to perform what still remains to be done by them.'23. the law laid down in waryam ..... for specific performance but either in case the party seeking specific performance of the agreement relinquishes all claims to the performance of the remaining part of the contract which cannot be performed and rights to compensation, then the court may decree the suit with regard to the remaining part of the subject-matter which can ..... the court may, at the result of the other party, direct the party in default to perform specifically so much of his part of the contract as he can perform, if the other party-(i) in a case falling under clause (a), pays or has paid the agreed consideration for the whole of ..... that except as otherwise hereinafter provided in this section, the court shall not direct the specific performance of a part of a contract. sub-section (2) provides that where a party to a contract is unable to perform the whole of his part of it, but the part which must be left unperformed bears only a .....

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May 31 2007 (HC)

Punjab State Civil Supplies Corporation Ltd. and anr. Vs. Punjab State ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 2007CriLJ3842

rajive bhalla, j.1. by way of this writ petition, the petitioner, namely, the punjab state civil supplies corporation ltd. prays for the issuance of a writ in the nature of certiorari for quashing the order, doted 17-11-2004, passed by the punjab state human rights commission, chandigarh, recommending cancellation of two firs, registered against respondent nos. 2 &3.2. a brief narrative of the facts would be appropriate.3. the petitioner-punsup entered into an agreement, dated 11-10-2001 with respondent nos. 2 & 3 for milling of paddy for the crop year 2001-2002. respondent nos. 2 & 3 were entrusted with 29100 kattas (bags) of 'a' grade paddy, weighing 14,550.00 qtls. for custom milling and for onward delivery to the food corporation of india upto 30-6-2002. respondent nos. 2 & 3 did not deliver the rice. the paddy, stocked at the premises of respondent nos. 2 & 3, was forcibly and illegally lifted on 13-1-2002 by respondent nos. 2 & 3. -the matter was reported to the police station, guru har sahai but no action was taken. it was thereafter brought to the notice of the deputy commissioner, ferozepur. eventually, with the intervention of the senior superintendent of police, ferozepur, fir no. 12, dated 16-1-2002, was registered under sections 409 of the ipc and section 7 of the essential commodities act (later on converted into sections 406 and 420 of the ipc). another fir no. 3, dated 10-1 -2003 was registered under sections 457/380 of the ipc.4. respondent nos. 2 & 3, .....

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Feb 26 2008 (HC)

Laddoo Singh Alias Harjit Singh Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 2008CriLJ2885

a.n. jindal, j.1. an young girl aged about 14 years allegedly fell prey in the hands of the accused-appellant laddoo alias harjit singh (hereinafter referred to as 'the accused'), who was made to drink some intoxicant and subsequently subject of lust for sex, which invited his prosecution. ultimately, he was convicted vide judgment dated 8-7-2004 passed by the learned additional sessions judge, mansa and sentenced as under:under section 376, ipc : to undergo imprisonment for life and to pay fine of rs. 5000/-.under section 363, ipc : to undergo rigorous imprisonment for three years and to fine of rs. 1000/-.under section 366, ipc : to undergo rigorous imprisonment for three years and to fine of rs. 1000/-.under section 342, ipc : to undergo rigorous imprisonment for one year.under section 323, ipc : to undergo rigorous imprisonment for one year.2. however, all the substantive sentences were ordered to run concurrently.3. the prosecutrix (name not disclosed) hailed from village sardulgarh. she having lost her father was residing with her mother at her maternal uncle jagir singh's house at sardulgarh. her mother baljeet kaur was working as sweeper, whereas, her maternal uncle was a labourer.4. on 25-5-2002, at about 7.30 a.m. she went to government senior secondary school for girls where she was studying in 7th class, but due to holiday in the school, she came back. at about 8.00 a.m. when she was returning, the accused being her neighbourer came along with jeep and incited her .....

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Dec 20 1995 (HC)

Bhim Sen and ors. Vs. the State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1996)112PLR617

..... of the act. section 19 reads as under :-'19. power to vary or cancel lease or allotment of any property acquired under this act.--(1) notwithstanding anything contained in any contract or any other law for the time being in force but subject to any rules that may be made under this act, the managing officer or managing corporation may cancel .....

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Apr 02 2009 (HC)

Smt. Lalita Pathania and ors. Vs. Randip Singh Pathania and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (2009)155PLR680

..... where a statute specifies or regulates the interest. in that event, interest will be payable in terms of the provisions of the statute. the second is where a statute or contract dealing with the acquisition specifically bars or prohibits payment of interest on the compensation amount. in that event, interest will not be awarded. where the statute is silent about interest .....

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Jan 16 1997 (HC)

Jit Singh and anr. Vs. Sarwan Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1997)116PLR365

..... . 10,000/- with costs against defendants 1 and 2, vide judgment and decree, dated january 4,'1978 passed by the trial court. it was held that though specific performance of contract of sale in question was not possible, yet the plaintiff was entitled to recover rs. 10,000/- from defendants 1 and 2. aggrieved by the decision of the trial court .....

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