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May 15 2015 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax-I, Chandigarh Vs. Usha Saboo

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... of the premises and respective representations, warranties, covenants, agreements and indemnities herein contained, the parties hereto agree as follows:- ** ** ** 5.5 non-competition: for a period of five years after the closing date, neither sellers nor any firms, companies or other ..... correspondence with fipb which had raised the query, would not mean that the parties had agreed for the price payable for each of the above items. the transaction remained a contract of outright sale of the entire investment for a lump sum consideration [see commentary on model tax convention on income and on capital (oecd, 28-1-2003) as also the ..... crores. the sale price of the shares was inclusive of all dividend rights. clause 1.6 of the agreement provided that it was a fundamental condition and essence of the contract that the sale would be of the entire 440,000/- equity shares owned by the saboo group. the relevant provisions of the share purchase agreement are as under: '** ** ** "in consideration .....

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Aug 29 1960 (HC)

Okara GraIn Buyers Syndicate Ltd., Okara Vs. United Commercial Bank Lt ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1961P& H66; [1961]31CompCas625(P& H)

..... claimed by the appellants to them. this order, however, will be subject to the rider that the payment will be made on the appellants giving indemnity to the bank for restitution in the event the bank is made to pay the amount to pakistan authorities as undertaken by the appellants in their ..... are non-muslims, it would be deemed to be as good as lost and, in any case, the appellants are demanding the money on giving indemnity to the bank and therefore even according to sheldon the non-production of the fixed deposit receipt would not be such an impediment as to entitle ..... entitled to withhold payment of the money should the receipt be lost or destroyed. all that he can do is to ask the depositor for an indemnity.' no doubt term no. 5 in the fixed deposit receipt requires that on the due date the receipt should be discharged by the depositors on ..... whether any amount of the security deposit could or could not be forfeited could only arise for consideration after the expiry of the period of the contract. the contract having come to an end long before the period, the right of the district magistrate, montgomery, to appropriate a part or the whole of ..... would have been evidence that the bank received this amount as the agent of the district magistrate, montgomery, and for that purpose there would be privityof contract between the bank and the districtmagistrate. in the present case, no such privity ofcontract exists between the district magistrate andthe bank. therefore, the only conclusion .....

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May 01 1962 (HC)

Sardara Singh Narinjan Singh Vs. Sub Divisional Officer, Chandpur and ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1963P& H217

..... rupar, consequently, referred the matter to the commissioner under the workmen's compensation act for determining the dispute about the right of the government to seek indemnity. according to m/s. mohinder singh gur-bachan singh the truck in question at the time of the accident, was working under the control and ..... was in the course of the ordinary business ortrade of the government and the government was,therefore, principally liable. as the state government had given the contract for doing the lining work to m/s. sardara singh niranjan singh andthe bajri was being brought for their work andthey are, therefore, liable to ..... m/s. sardara singh niranjan singh. if the truck was not under their exclusive control, then the supply of bajri was obviously made on a contract basis. it was up to m/s. sardara singh niranjan singh to arrange for the supply of the bajri, and instead of doing it themselves ..... to be the owners of the truck of the persons working the truck. it may be mentioned here that mohinder singh gurbachan singh had also the contract of lining the canal over a portion of the canal. mohinder singh gurbachan singh got (sic) notice issued to the government under (sic)civil procedure code, ..... facts giving rise to these firs-appeals from order may briefly be stated as follows: the work of lining of nangal hydel channel was given on contract basis to a number of contractors. certain portions of the canal were entrusted to each one of the various contractors. the portion between ed 157375 .....

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Feb 06 2013 (HC)

Shish Pal Sharma Son of Ram Kumar Resident of Village Vs. United India ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... tribunal as not tenable and hold that the insurance company is bound to indemnify the insured under the contract of policy and the absence of a particular route permit cannot absolve the liability of the insurance company and deny the owner the right of indemnity. the provision for a right of recovery granted to the insured is not tenable in law. it .....

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Jan 08 2014 (HC)

National Insurance Company Ltd. Vs. Sarita and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... in any damage or injury to the third party, the insurance company would have been still answerable for the consequences of such an accident. this clause will therefore provide for indemnity to the owner for any claim arising at the instance of the third party or any damage resulting to the vehicle itself. it shall not give rise to a claim ..... himself and therefore the question of providing a cover under personal accident cover does not arise in the very nature of things. personal accident cover must be understood as a contract between the insurer and the insured for anything personal to the insured. the liability cannot be fastened on the insurance company for any person other than the insured under the .....

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Sep 11 2015 (HC)

St. Soldier Limited Vs. Pushpinder Kumar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... . if such liability which is statutory in nature were to be transferred to an apartment owner, there ought to be specific contract between the coloniser and an apartment owner making possible a recovery which is in the nature of indemnity for a coloniser. i have not been shown through any particular clause which is the most crucial thing in this case. if ..... of the punjab apartment and property regulation act, 1995, the liability for payment of external development charges was only on the developer of a colony and there had been no contract any point of time to incur the expenditure by the apartment owner. the trial court dismissed the suit but in the appeal, the appellate court made reference to a statutory .....

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Sep 07 1993 (HC)

Rikhi and anr. Vs. Smt. Sukhrania and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 1995ACJ288; (1994)107PLR160

..... if the original policy-holder continues to be shown as the registered owner of the vehicle concerned. the rationale behind this being that a policy of insurance is a contract of personal indemnity and the insurer cannot, therefore, be compelled to accept responsibility in respect of a third party, who may be quite unknown to him.'9. this view was reiterated in ..... . since the intimation was not given in terms of the provisions of section 103-a of the 1939 act, the insurer cannot be held liable. the privity of contract which flows form the contract of insurance is between the insured and the insurer. the insurer can transfer the certificate of insurance alongwith transfer of the vehicle if he complied with the provisions ..... has to be decided under the provisions of the 1939 act. section 103 of the 1939 act envisages that an insurer issues a certificate of insurance in respect of a contract of insurance between it and the insured person. section 103-a of the 1939 act further says that where a person in whose favour the certificate of insurance has been .....

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Sep 07 1993 (HC)

Rikhi and anr. Vs. Sukhrania and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : II(1995)ACC267

..... if the original policy-holder continues to be shown as the registered owner of the vehicle concerned. the rationale behind this being that a policy of insurance is a contract of personal indemnity and the insurer cannot, therefore, be compelled to accept responsibility in respect of a third party, who may be quite unknown to him. 9. this view was reiterated in ..... . since the intimation was not given in terms of the provisions of section 103-a of the 1939 act, the insurer cannot be held liable. the privity of contract which flows from the contract of insurance is between the insured and the insurer. the insurer can transfer the certificate of insurance along with transfer of the vehicle if he complied with the ..... has to be decided under the provisions of the 1939 act. section 103 of the 1939 act envisages that an insurer issues a certificate of insurance in respect of a contract of insurance between it and the insured person. section 103-a of the 1939 act further says that where a person in whose favour the certificate of insurance has been .....

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Dec 04 1999 (HC)

Dr. Satinder Pal Singh and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (2000)124PLR819

..... the respondents. a joint written statement was filed on behalf of respondents no. 2 and 3 and preliminary objection was taken that since the petitioners claim their right under a contract and contractual obligation, in such like cases, the writ jurisdiction of this court, cannot be invoked and petitioners should be relegated to avail their remedy through the civil court. it ..... there been a firm allotment in favour of the petitioners, in such a situation, the department may not be right in asking for the changed condition unless there is a contract to the contrary. merely because a person applies in pursuance of a scheme, does not get a vested right in his favour. at the most, he gets a right to .....

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Sep 19 1957 (HC)

Sat Parkash L. Tara Chand and anr. Vs. Dr. Bodh Raj L. Bhagwan Das Kha ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1958P& H111

..... no doubt that if the defendants had on the 16th of march, 1948, or at any time thereafter filed a suit for specific performance of the contract against the plaintiff, the said suit would not have met with any success. the suit would have been thrown out on the ground of unreasonable ..... it is, tender of performance within this rea-sonable time is of the essence. if both parties alike fail to make tender within this time, the contract obligation is discharged. in some such cases, it has seemed to be the court's idea that there is no discharge until one of the parties ..... appellants, mr. daulat ram manchanda, contended that there was no unreasonable delay on the part of the defendants in the matter of performance of the contract and that they had been diligently prosecuting their applications for obtaining necessary permission of the high court at lahore for effecting sale of the house in question ..... on 13th of december, 1947, the plaintiff served a notice upon the defendants complaining of the great delay and asking them to perform their part of the contract and to obtain the necessary permission at an early date.8. that on 14th of january, 1948. dewan amolak singh started correspondence with sh. azim ullah ..... . the plaintiff alleged that, though repeatedly asked, defendants nos. 1 and 3 did not obtain the sanction of the high court at lahore and that the contract of sale could not, therefore, be completed. he sued for the refund of rs. 5,000/- paid by him as earnest money together with rs. .....

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