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Aug 09 1996 (HC)

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

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-09-1996

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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Jan 03 1996 (HC)

Jagdish and ors. Vs. Financial Commissioner and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-03-1996

Reported in : (1996)113PLR88

..... landowner if they fulfill certain conditions (it reads) as follows :-'18. rights of certain tenants to purchase land.-(1) notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in any law, usage or contract, a tenant of a landowner other than a small landowner:-(i) who has been in continuous occupation of the land comprised in his tenancy for a minimum period of six .....

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Aug 19 1996 (HC)

Smt. Krishna Kumari Vs. Sh. Ashwani Kumar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-19-1996

Reported in : (1996)114PLR414

..... broken marriages. we must remember that this relief is granted by bringing about a profound alteration in the concept of a hindu marriage from that of a sacrament to a contract. by that alteration law has definitely set its fact against forcible perpetuation of the status matrimony between unwilling partners. next, we must note that this six month's time fixed .....

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Feb 05 1996 (HC)

M/S. Om Prakash Satish Kumar Thapar Vs. Union of India Through Its Sec ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-05-1996

Reported in : AIR1996P& H250; (1996)113PLR42

..... the approval of the terms and the work could have been started only in april, 1966. the representation was not entertained and refused. clause 25 of the terms of the contract executed between the parties provided an arbitration clause. the writ petitioner asked for arbitration in terms of the arbitration clause in respect of his claim for enhanced rates as sanctioned ..... april, 1966 but had not yet been completed. the writ petitioner having been awarded the work of construction expected to get advantage of the said enhancement as sanctioned. as the contract has been accepted and the work order was issued after 1-4-1966, he was not allowed the said enhancement as sanctioned. he represented to the authority for the acceptance ..... get the dispute referred to arbitration was a contractual right for which the remedy was provided under the arbitration act and that the person aggrieved of the violation of a contract cannot invoke the jurisdiction of the court under article 226 of the constitution of india. in that case, the writ petitioners submitted a tender in the name of a company ..... proceeding in accordance with the relevant provisions of the arbitration act. in this situation, if the high court declined to entertain the writ petitions, no indenture of lease constitutes a contract between the parties. right to excavate lime stone from leased area and obligation to pay royalty under the relevant minor mineral rules arise from the contracl. the .....

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Jan 23 1996 (HC)

Ravinder Singh Dhillon Vs. Mukhtiar Singh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-23-1996

Reported in : II(1996)DMC120

..... of the indian penal code on the allegations that his daughter amarjit kaur was married to the petitioner and while the marriage was still subsisting, the petitioner had once again contracted a second marriage with karamjit kaur on 11th december, 1988. judicial magistrate 1st class after recording preliminary evidence, came to the conclusion that there were sufficient grounds to proceed against ..... 494 deals with marrying again during lifetime of husband or wife. section 495 deals with the same offence with concealment of former marriage from person with whom subsequent marriage is contracted and section 496 is with regard to marriage ceremony fraudulently gone through without lawful marriage. section 497 deals with adultery whereas section 498 deals with enticing or taking away or .....

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Apr 19 1996 (HC)

Hindustan Machines Tools Ltd. (Hmt Ltd.) and anr. Vs. M.S. Kang

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-19-1996

Reported in : (1996)113PLR520

..... technically accepted subsequently.1.2.4 those who resigned after disciplinary proceedings have been initiated against them.1.2.5 resignation without fulfilling the obligation arising out of service bond/contract.covering letter :h.m.t. limited36. cunningham road, bangalore-560052 office order no. 71/88, dated march 31,1989.subject:- voluntary retirement scheme :-it has been decided to introduce a .....

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Feb 02 1996 (HC)

M/S. Bharat Wools, Ludhiana Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-02-1996

Reported in : AIR1996P& H215; (1996)113PLR230

..... letters dated 8-6-1995 do not contain detailed reasons so as to be categorised as a speaking order but such administrative decisions which pertain to the realm of contract or quasi contract, the absence of reasons cannot ordinarily be made the sole ground for nullifying the same. the allegation of violation of principles of natural justice in these types of ..... the decision. all these factors will have to be considered for deciding whether the absence of reasons in the order vitiated the final decision. in the present case, no concluded contract had come in existence between the parties. what was-done by the director, industries-cum-chairman, allotment committee-cum-managing director of the corporation, was nothing more than to ..... decorating, maintaining, furnishing, fitting up and improving buildings and by planting, paving, draining, farming, cultivating, letting building on leave or building agreement and by advancing money to and entering into contracts and arrangements of all kinds with builders, tenants and others; in connection with the business of the company. the share capital of the company was initially indicated to be rs ..... the mere fact that one or two partners are common in the new units cannot furnish a ground for withdrawal/cancellation of the offer of allotment; (f) once the concluded contract had come into existence between the parties, it was not open to the respondent-government or the corporation to withdraw/cancel the allotment; (g) the general manager was not .....

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Jul 18 1996 (HC)

Smt. Chanchlesh and ors. Vs. Land Acquisition Collector, H.S.E.B. Try ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-18-1996

Reported in : (1997)115PLR1

n.c. jain, j.1. this judgment of ours would dispose of civil writ petition nos. 15043 of 1992, 16853 and 15196 of 1991 as identical question of law has arisen in all these petitions.2. learned counsel for the parties are agreed that the facts of the case be picked up from civil writ petition no. 15043 of 1992 (smt. chanchlesh and ors. v. land acquisition collector and anr.), although the reference order has been passed in civil writ petition no. 16853 of 1991 (hari ram and ors. v. state of haryana and anr.). we would accordingly pick up the facts of the case from smt. chanchlesh case.3. by virtue of a common notification, land of the petitioners alongwith that of other land-owners was acquired. the land acquisition collector gave an award on 28.5.1983 assessing the market value of the acquired land at the rate of rs. 9600/- per acre. the petitioners as well as the other land owners sought reference under section 18 of the land acquisition act (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'). the additional district judge upheld the award of the collector, but granted certain statutory benefits in the shape of enhanced solatium, interest etc. etc. in accordance with the amendment made in the principal act by act. no. 68 of 1984. the petitioners did not file any appeal against the award of the additional district judge before the high court. however, at the instance of certain landowners enhancement was made by this court. the exact enhanced amount of compensation has not been mentioned .....

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Nov 19 1996 (HC)

State of Punjab Vs. Balbir Kaur

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-19-1996

Reported in : (1996)117PLR795

g.c. garg, j.1. plaintiff-respondent filed a suit for declaration that order dated 30.8.1983 as modified by order dated 8.5.1986 passed by the general manager, punjab roadways,ferozepur imposing upon him penalty of withholding one increment with cumulative effect was illegal, null and void. the suit was filed an4.6.1990. the suit was opposed, inter alia, on the ground that it was barred by limitation. as a consequence of that preliminary objection taken in the written statement, trial court framed an issue being issue no.2, 'whether the suit of the plaintiff is within limitation'. the trial court under that issue concluded that the order imposing penalty of stoppage of increment was passed in contravention of mandatory provisions of the rules and the principle of natural justice and such an order is null and void and it is open to the government servant to ignore such an order and claim arrears of pay and allowances which became due to him and were not given to him on account of a void order. it was further concluded that for claiming arrears of pay, limitation for filing the suit is three years and that the right to claim wages arises, at the end of every month because wages are payable monthly and this right continues to arise to the government servant up to the age of superannuation. the trial court further concluded that the right to salary cannot be interrupted by a void order. as a consequence of the above, the trial court concluded that the suit was not barred by time .....

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Sep 16 1996 (HC)

Rikhi Ram Sharma and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-16-1996

Reported in : (1997)115PLR10

r.s. mongia, j.1. this judgment will dispose of this petition as well as c.w.p. nos. 12588 of 1994, 12286 of 1994 and 12287 of 1994 as common question of law and factor is involved in all these cases.2. the petitioners in all these writ petitions were the employees in the privately managed recognised aided schools in the state of punjab. they all had retired from service prior to february 5, 1987. their service conditions were governed by the provisions of the punjab privately managed recognised schools employees (security of service.) act, 1979, and the rules made thereunder. the rules made under the act are known as punjab privately managed and recognised schools employees (security of service) rules, 1981 (hereinafter called ' the 1981 rules'). by a notification issued in the punjab government gazette dated january 16, 1991, the 1981 rules were amended by the rules called the punjab privately managed recognised schools employees (security of service) (first amendment) rules, 1991. by the amending rules apart from substituting rule 22 of 1981 rules, rule 22-a was introduced which is in the following terms :'22-a, retirement benefits. - the government shall make a scheme for the grant of retirement benefits to the employees of the privately managed recognised schools who,-(a) are appointed to the aided posts on after the 5th day of february, 1987;(b) were working on aided posts on the 5th day of february, 1987:provided that the provisions of the scheme so made shall not .....

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