Skip to content


Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: contract of indemnity contract Court: punjab and haryana Year: 1963 Page 1 of about 6 results (0.027 seconds)

Mar 21 1963 (HC)

L. Shiv Dayal Kapoor and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi), New Delhi and ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-21-1963

Reported in : AIR1963P& H538

..... a gross unfairness of such anextent.the question to be considered is whether thesanction of the law can be invoked for perpefrating the illegalities when neither defendant no. 2as a contracting party nor the plaintiffs, whosemonies, goods and factory were taken possession;had acted in contravention of any term of thecontract. another contention which was advancedon behalf of the ..... virtually comes to this: though we know that theentire undertaking had been financed by the plain-tiffs and we did not exercise - our power underclause 21 to rescind the contract on the groundof assignment or subletting, though we seized thegoods machinery plant etc. which was the exclusive property of the plaintiffs despite there having been no infraction of the ..... andstores have been seized, the factory has been madeover to other contractors not only to execute thecontract in question but also the other contracts.deductions have been made from the bills andthe security deposit has been given over to the.income-tax authorities for meeting the previousincome-tax liabilities for the year 1942-43 ..... 3,73,000/- as found by the trial court while deciding the first issue. this finding has not beenquestioned before us. the result has been thatthough no breach of the contract had taken placeand though no undertakings given by defendantno. 2 had been violated, not only the contractwas illegally rescinded but the deposits have beenforfeited, the entire plant, tools, materials .....

Tag this Judgment!

May 31 1963 (HC)

Jiwan Singh and Sons Vs. State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-31-1963

Reported in : [1963]14STC957(P& H)

..... by putting one plank after another on the chassis themselves. all the materials were to be supplied by the assessee. the element of sale predominated over the element of contract of work.13. we would respectfully adopt these observations for the purposes of answering the first question. on the facts stated in the reference the conclusion is inescapable that ..... distinction which has been made by the learned counsel for the respondents from the present cases as according to him the decision of the supreme court with regard to building contracts was influenced by the applicability of the principle of accretion, particularly with regard to immovable property. mr. sastri contends that no distinction has been made in the decided cases ..... a building contract there is no agreement to sell the materials used in the construction nor does property pass as movables. according to mr. sastri the agreement between the parties in the ..... be an agreement between the parties for the sale of the very goods in which eventually property passes.8. their lordships further proceeded to observe that in a building contract the agreement between the parties is that the contractor should construct a building according to the specifications contained in the agreement and receive payment in consideration therefor, but in .....

Tag this Judgment!

Apr 24 1963 (HC)

Pepsu Road Transport Corporation, Patiala Vs. Income-tax Officer and A ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-24-1963

Reported in : [1964]51ITR441(P& H)

..... have no application to the present case. montreal locomotive case was concerned with the purchase of property by the crown and the corporations obligations in the contract were referred to as 'for and on behalf of the government and as its agent' and the quebec liquor commission case shows that the commission ..... head of the corporation and all other officers and servants of the corporation are subordinate to him. no person having any share or interest in any contract by or on behalf of a corporation or in any other transport undertaking can become or remain an officer or servant of the corporation (vide ..... incurring costs and expenses in carrying out its duties would not have to resort to its own funds. in each contract the corporations obligations were referred to as 'for and on behalf of the government and at its agent'. on these facts it was held that ..... war material, the title to be in the crown and provision was made for possible repurchase by the corporation of its property. by a further contract the corporation agreed to manage and operate the plant for a fee in respect of each item produced, provision being made whereby the corporation in ..... exempt from the operation of the indian income-tax act. the counsel then drew our attention to article 298 according to which the executive power of contracts for any purpose. after referring to these articles the counsel has placed reliance on rai sahib ram jawaya kapur v. state of punjab which, according .....

Tag this Judgment!

Apr 04 1963 (HC)

Ram Saran Parshotam Dass Vs. Smt. Soman Wati W/O Ram Saran

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-04-1963

Reported in : 1964CriLJ483

..... at ludhiana.7. r. w. 5 is ram saran das himself. he sfeted that while in west punjab, smt. soma vati had left him in 1945 and in 1946 he contracted a second marriage and he did not know where she had been residing since then. he then said, 'if she had been a woman of good character there would have .....

Tag this Judgment!

May 15 1963 (HC)

Sohan Singh Kesar Singh Vs. State

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-15-1963

Reported in : 1964CriLJ353

i.d. dua, j.1. sohan singh has been convicted under sees.. 302, 380 and 457, indian panal code, and has been sentenced to death under section 302 and to rigorous imprisonment for three years under each of the sees. 457 and 380, indian penal code; these sentences of imprisonment to run concurrently. he has preferred this apoeal against his conviction and sentence and the case is also before us for confirmation of the death sentence.2. the prosecution story has been untied to harbans singh p. w. 1 who has turned approver and has been tendered pardon. according to his version he and sohan singh accused came to know each other in toby jail where they were both lodged together, haibans singh was undergoing imprisonment in a case; under the-opium act and was released on 27-5-1961. sohan single accused had been released four or five days earlier. one day before the occurrence which is the subject-matter of the case before us (the occurrence took piase oh the-night between 7th and 8th june, 1961) harbans singh antf sohan singh met each other in the court compound of tis hazari courts. harbans singh had gone there to receive back the articles which had been taken from him by the police at the time of his arrest. there be enquired from sohan singh if he could suggest to him same-work. to this, sohan singh replies that there was at shopkeeper in sunder nagar who had m his possession valuables worth about 1j or 2 lakhs of rupees and that it was worthwhile committing theft in his house. .....

Tag this Judgment!

Mar 06 1963 (HC)

i.M. Lall Vs. Gopal Singh and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-06-1963

Reported in : AIR1963P& H378

ordertek chand, j.1. these are two writ petitions which can be conveniently disposed of by one order. the petitioner in the first petition is shri i. m. lall, advocate, and the second petition has been made by shri har dev singh, advocate. the respondents in both the petitions are shri gopal singh, advocate, and the committee ot advocates comprising of messrs. b. sen, s. n. andley and j. b. dadachanjee, advocates, appointed by the attorney-genera! of india. the committee was appointed for deciding the dispute regarding the validity of the election of shri gopal singh, respondent, as a member of the all india bar council.2. in the petition under articles 226 and 227, brought by shri i. m. lall, issuance of a writ of certiorari is prayed directing the removal of the record of enquiry held by respondent no. 2, committee of advocates, into the election of respondent no. 1 to the bar council of india and quashing the order of respondent no. 2 to the effect that shri gopal singh had been validly elected as member of the all india bar council.3. the relevant facts giving rise to the two petitions are that under the advocates act of 1961 it is required that there should be a bar council of india, consisting inter alia of one member elected by each state bar council from amongst its members. the bar council of delhi had to elect one member to the bar council of india from amongst its members. this election had to take place under the all india bar council (first constitution) rules .....

Tag this Judgment!


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