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Aug 19 1996 (HC)

Krishna Kumari Vs. Ashwani Kumar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-19-1996

Reported in : II(1997)DMC616

..... 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 statutory matrimony between unwilling part- ners. next, we must note that this six months' time fixed .....

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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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Sep 23 1996 (HC)

Rakesh Raj and Associates Vs. Central Board of Direct Taxes and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-23-1996

Reported in : (1996)136CTR(P& H)217

..... the requirement apply in relation to payments made to commission agents for arranging sales or to advertising agents rendering professional services ?answer : no. service contracts not involving the carrying out of any work are outside the scope of the provision.question 9 : does the requirement apply in relation to payments ..... or parties. these questions and answers, being relevant, are reproduced below :'question 5 : does the requirement apply to transport contract ?answer : a transport contract cannot ordinarily be regarded as 'contract for carrying out any work' and, as such, no deduction in respect of income-tax is required to be made from ..... be read out of context. the supreme court was of the view that the provisions of s. 194c were not confined to the works contract alone. it would, however, not mean that the decision would apply to an agreement for rendering professional services also.5. it may be ..... and construction to the ratio of the decision of the supreme court. the observations made by the supreme court were in respect of a contract whereunder a contractor was required to carry out a specified work. therefore, the observations made by the supreme court should be read in the ..... required a person responsible for paying any sum to any resident (referred to as the contractor) for carrying out any work in pursuance of a contract. the marginal heading of s. 194c is 'payments to contractors and sub-contractors'. the person crediting any sum to the account of the contractor .....

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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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Feb 24 1996 (HC)

Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd. Vs. Presiding Officer, Labour Court

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-24-1996

Reported in : (1996)IILLJ403P& H; (1996)113PLR128

..... 23 and 24 of the act. section 23 of the act lays down that no workmen who is employed in any industrial establishment can go on strike in breach of contract; and section 24 expressly lays down that a strike which is commenced in contravention of section 23 will be considered illegal. there is no difficulty on our part to hold .....

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Nov 07 1996 (HC)

R.S. Builders (India) Pvt. Ltd. Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-07-1996

Reported in : (1997)116PLR67

..... the respondents to hand over the possession of the said site. it has further been pleaded that it was mandated by clause 5 of the allotment letter which forms the contract between the parties that interest shall accrue only after the delivery of possession/offer was given by the respondents. when the petitioner filed his appeal before the administrator in that .....

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Aug 30 1996 (HC)

Mohan Sarup Singh (Deceased) Vs. Rajeshwar Sarup and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-30-1996

Reported in : (1997)115PLR336

n.k. kapoor, j.1. plaintiff feeling dissatisfied with the judgment and decree of the lower appellate court have filed this regular second appeal.2. plaintiffs filed a suit for separate possession by partition of the property as detailed in the head note of the plaint. according to the plaintiffs their father anand sarup singh had two wives, namely smt. bhagwanti and smt. kamla devi. from bhagwanti he was blessed with rajeshwar sarup singh and smt. amrit kaur, sons and daughter respectively-defendant 1 and 2. from his wife kamla devi he was blessed with the plaintiffs, namely, mohan sarup singh, bibi harbans kaur and surjit kaur. present controversy revolves around as to whether the properties left by the deceased are to be distributed as per his last will or that the parties succeed as per provisions of hindu succession act.3. it is the case of the plaintiffs that shri anand sarup singh possessed sufficient movable and immovable property, jewellery etc., which in fact he inherited from the grand father of the plaintiffs and defendants 1 and 2. according to the plaintiffs there was sufficient nucleus left behind by shri ram singh (grand father of the plaintiffs and the contesting defendants) including the land and the house yielding sufficient income and it is from the ancestral property that shri anand sarup singh who was able to purchase some more agricultural land as well as other immovable property during his life span.4. defendants 1 and 2 filed a joint written statement. .....

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