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Sep 16 1981 (HC)

Hardwari Lal Vs. G.D. Tapase and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-16-1981

Reported in : AIR1982P& H439

..... occupies that capacity by virtue of his office as governor; and where the governor acts in his personal capacity, like he may commit breaches of contracts entered into with third parties, the learned chief justice has held that only limited immunity is available.129. viewing the facts of this case ..... system of land administration and that, therefore, he had leased out in 1909, lands, to the non-applicant tenants nos. 4 to 31 under separate contracts. the leases were revised by the petitioner in 1938 and the rents enhanced. since the revision of the leases, the tenants paid enhanced rent until ..... and also mentions the time when an application for renewal was to be made.31. in support of the contention that the executive cannot by contract or order fetter in advance the future exercise of statutory discretion where the statute itself contemplates its exercise in future, the learned counsel had ..... place.29. as is evident from the contention, the main emphasis laid by dr. chitale was on the theory that the executive cannot, by contract or order, fetter in advance the future exercise of the statutory discretion where the statute itself contemplates its exercise at the appropriate time in future. ..... not permissible, that a person appointed as vice-chancellor cannot claim as a matter of right renewal and that an authority by an order or contract cannot legally fetter in advance the future exercise of discretion when the statute itself suggest its exercise in future at an appropriate time.17. dr .....

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Sep 18 1981 (HC)

Hari Ram Paras Ram and ors. Vs. State of Haryana, Chandigarh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-18-1981

Reported in : AIR1982P& H108

..... . a number of oil extraction plants have come up which extract oil from the rice bran and export the oil at high prices. these oil extraction plants have entered into contracts with the petitioners and many others producing rice bran to supply the whole of the rice bran that may be produced by them in this season at the price which ..... because rice bran was getting out of the reach of the poultry farmers and rural cattle breeders. on the other hand, the mill owners claim to have also entered into contracts with the oil extractors for the supply of rice bran at the rate of rs.120/- per quintal. in short, on the one side the state government is trying to .....

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Apr 23 1981 (HC)

Sohan Lal Vs. the State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-23-1981

Reported in : AIR1981P& H346

s.s. sandhawalia, c.j.1. whether the mere absence of one or both the assessors at the time of rendering the award by the president of the tribunal under section 65 of the punjab town improvement act, 1922, would vitiate the same is the significant question which forms the common link in these six connected civil writ petitions admitted to a hearing by the division bench.2. since the question aforesaid is pristinely legal, and we do not propose herein to delve into merit of each case it suffices to make a reference albeit briefly to the facts in c. w. 1403/1980. the petitioner was the owner of some land situated in ambala city which was acquired by the respondent-improvement trust for the development scheme no. 12. consequent thereto the collector rendered his award in which he assessed compensation at the rate of rs. 10 per square yard. the petitioner and others whose land had been similarly acquired made application under section 59 of the/punjab town improvement act (herein called the act) read with section 18 of the land acquisition act for referring the matter to the tribunal constituted under the act for enhancement of the compensation awarded. these application were resisted by the trust and on the pleading of the parties the tribunal framed the necessary issues on the 17h of january, 1978. it deserves passing mention that similar application made by other person whose lands had been acquired for scheme no. 12 as also for scheme no. 5 were also before the tribunal and .....

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Feb 09 1981 (HC)

Rama Nand Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-09-1981

Reported in : AIR1982P& H26

..... the act but after 1st february, 1955, and for acquisition after 1955, the saving clause is applied not to all acquisitions by the state, whether under law or by private contracts, but only to such acquisitions which are under any law for the time being in force. this further goes to show that section 21 has application to such land in ..... that the saving is in respect of land acquired by the state government under any law for the time being in force and not to land acquired by a private contract or gift.11. once again, sections 16 and 21 of the act, if read together, clearly go to show that apart from the harmonious construction according to the word 'held ..... private treaty would not be covered by the saving clause under section 10-a(b) of the act.'9. the aforesaid decision is approved.10. any acquisition by a private contract after 1st february, 1955, according to section 16 of the act, is not to affect the rights of a tenant thereon under the act and the only saving clause is ..... do not come within the ambit of acquisition by the state government under any law for the time being in force, but would be a case of transfer by private contract. this view finds support from a decision of a. n. grover, j., in mota singh v. the financial commissioner, punjab, 1963 pun lj 140, wherein it was held as follows .....

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Nov 03 1981 (HC)

Chander Bhan Vs. Financial Commissioner, Haryana, Chandigarh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-03-1981

Reported in : AIR1982P& H76

..... the provisions section 18 of the act and it is apt to read the relevant portion thereof:--'18. (i) notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in any law, usage or contract, a tenant of a landowner other than a small land owner- (i) who has been in continuous occupation of the land comprised in his tenancy for a minimum period of .....

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Jun 04 1981 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Khem Chand Bahadur Chand

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jun-04-1981

Reported in : [1981]131ITR336(P& H)

..... of food or drinks to a client, constituent or customer is in nature of bare necessity, or by way of ordinary courtesy, or as an express or implied term of contract or employment spelled out from long-standing practice or custom of trade or business, it will not amount to entertainment. if the provision of food or drinks to a client .....

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Oct 30 1981 (HC)

Phula Singh Vs. Gram Panchayat, Sheron and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-30-1981

Reported in : AIR1982P& H204

..... in the order relating thereto, the collector shall proceed to recover the amount due as arrears of land revenue. there is no provision in the act that contract money can be recovered as arrears of land revenue. section 85 of the act empowers the collector to recover any sum due under the act as arrears ..... the sale proceeds of the dead bodies of the animals which are not claimed by any person in accordance with any custom or usage. thus the contract given to the plaintiff for removal of the dead bodies of the animals from the village amounts to selling of the dead bodies of the animals to ..... by the gram panchayat in the discharge of its duties for the cleaning and sanitation of the streets. both the parties are referring to the amount as contract money. it is not the case of the panchayat that it imposed this fee upon the plaintiff for cleaning the streets or sanitation of the village. ..... court in second appeal.7. the only point that was argued before me was whether the defendant-respondent gram panchayat was entitled to recover the balance of contract money amounting to rs.3,200/- from the plaintiff as arrears of land revenue or not. both the courts below had dismissed the suit of the ..... an injunction restraining the defendants from recovering the above amount from him as arrears of land revenue.3. the defendants contested the suit and pleaded that the contract for removing the dead bodies of the animals was made with the plaintiff for the year 1962-63 for rupees 6,300/-, out of which he .....

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Dec 03 1981 (HC)

Ambala Bus Syndicate (Pvt.) Ltd. and anr. Vs. State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-03-1981

Reported in : AIR1983P& H213

..... have to stand by to substitute the vehicles on the road in the larger interest of transportation of passengers. these are also required to be maintained for being plied as contract carriages for special purposes as also to take over extra burden of passenger traffic in times of exceptional necessity. for them also the roads are made available by the state .....

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Jul 28 1981 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Patiala Vs. Patram Dass Raja Ram Beri

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-28-1981

Reported in : AIR1982P& H1

s.s. sandhawalia, c.j. 1. a sharp cleavage of judicial opinion on the spinal issue--whether the doctrine of actus non facit reum nisi mens sit rea, is attracted to the penalty proceedings strictly within the four corners of s. 271(1)(a) of the income-tax act, 1961--has necessitated this reference to the full bench.** (order of reference by division bench now reported as (1981) 10 tax law rev 193 (p & h) ed.)2. the factual matrix is brief. the respondent-assessee was a partnership firm. a notice under s. 22(2) of the indian income-tax act, 1922, was served on the assessee for the assessment year 1961-62. in compliance therewith the return was furnished by the assessee on 13-6-1962, though the due date therefor was 23-6-1961. admittedly, there was thus a delay of a little more than eleven months in filing the return. the income-tax officer consequently initiated penalty proceedings against the assessee for the late furnishing of the return.3. the assessee-firm duly furnished a written explanation and one of the contentions raised on its behalf was that the said firm, as also the partners thereof, individually has paid not only the advance tax as due under section 18-a of the indian income-tax act, 1922 but also the tax that fell due on the completion of the provisional assessment under s. 23-b thereof. the income-tax officer rejected the explanation and came to the conclusion that there was no reasonable cause for the delay in filing the return and consequently a penalty of rs. .....

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Aug 26 1981 (HC)

Pritam Singh Gill Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-26-1981

Reported in : AIR1982P& H228

..... acquiring company. it is pertinent to note that under section 32, for the purpose of the indemnity, every officer or other employee of the company is treated on a par with the officers of the central government. these three circumstances cumulatively, in our opinion, in additional to ..... constant limits throughout were that it was performing a public duty. private or domestic tribunals have always been outside the scope of certiorari since their authority is derived solely from contract, that is, from the agreement of the parties concerned.'ashworth j. observed as follows:--'................... if persons agree that issues which have arisen or may arise between them are to be ..... as well as of the acquiring company shall be deemed to be a public servant for the purpose of chap. ix. indian penal code. thirdly, under s. 32 of an indemnity is provided by the central government and the corporation and the acquiring company in respect of the discharge of duties by the officers and other employees of the corporation or .....

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