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Dec 19 1990 (HC)

The Oriental Insurance Co. Vs. Ram Kumar and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-19-1990

Reported in : 1991ACJ1091; (1991)99PLR300

..... , he can sue for damages under section 22 of the act and the claim application will be tried under the provisions of chapter 3 of the act. a contract of insurance is a contract of indemnity. under the terms of the policy, the insurer has undertakes to indemnify the insured against all the sums to which the insured shall become liable in respect .....

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Nov 27 1990 (HC)

Gian Singh and ors. Vs. Senior Regional Manager, Food Corporation of I ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-27-1990

Reported in : (1991)99PLR1

..... before issuing any notification under sub-section (!) in relation to an establishment, the appropriate government shall have regard to the conditions of work and benefits provided, for the contract labour in that establishment and other, relevant factors such as-(a) whether the process, operation or other work is incidental to, or necessary for the industry, trade, ..... governments in administering the legislation and registration of establishments and contractors. under the scheme of the bill, the provision and maintenance of certain basic welfare amenities for contract labour, like drinking water and first-aid facilities, and in certain cases rest rooms and canteens, have been made obligatory. provisions have also been made to ..... second-live year plan, the planning commission made certain recommendations, namely, undertaking of studies to ascertain progressive abolition of system and improvement of service, conditions of contract labour where the abolition was not possible. the. matter was discussed at various meetings of tripartite committees at which the state governments were also represented and general consensus ..... corporation employs for the discharge of this work, three types of labourers (i) departmentlised lebour who are its regular employees; (ii) direct paid labour and (iii) contract labour, who are employed by the corporation through the intermediatary of the contractors. the appellants (writ-petitioners) are the employees of the third category refened to above. respondent .....

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Sep 11 1990 (HC)

Straw Board Manufacturing Company Limited Vs. Mahalakshmi Sugar Mills ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-11-1990

Reported in : [1991]71CompCas544(P& H)

..... and the latter agreed to the abatement of the price.4. the following facts stand proved on the file: the respondent-company, vide letter dated january 27, 1987, confirmed having contracted to purchase 100 truckloads of loose bagasse at the rate of rs. 24 per quintal plus the sales tax applicable. a sum of rs. 50,000 was paid as advance .....

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Aug 23 1990 (HC)

Santosh Kumar Vs. Ram Sarup

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-23-1990

Reported in : (1991)99PLR602

..... by the mortgage, and that the owner would be entitled to immediate possession on the redemption of the mortgage, this would have been bound to be specified in the mortgage contract and there would in the agreement have been in express surrender by the mortgagee of the rights secured by him as a tenant under the act. in the absence of ..... any such specific provision in the contract of mortgage, i am of the opinion that the tenant did not surrender his rights, and that the intention of the parties to the mortgage must be interpreted as being .....

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Jun 20 1990 (HC)

Court on Its Own Motion Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jun-20-1990

Reported in : (1990)98PLR14

s.s. sodhi, j. 1. a wholly erroneous interpretation of the recent instructions issued to all district and sessions judges in the states of punjab & haryana and the union territory of chandigarh, by the letter of way 2, 1990 is what impels interference, by this court, on its own motion, with the impugned order of the additional senior sub-judge, ambala city of may 24, 1990.2. the matter here concerns the grant of ad interim temporary injunction during the pendency of the suit in terms of order 39, rules 1 and 2 of the code of civil procedure. laid down, in these provisions are the circumstances under which temporary injunction can be granted. it is well-settled, however, that the existence of such circumstances does not invariably compel the court to grant temporary injunctions. in other words, the grant of temporary injunctions is a matter which falls within the domain of judicial discretion that vests in the court. the exercise of such discretion depends upon a variety of factors. it is impossible to lay down any general rule on the subject by which the discretion of the court ought, in all cases, to be regulated, but one principle is well settled, namely; that in no case does the court grant an ad interim injunction as a matter of course.3. as is, however, well-known, the courts have over the years evolved a set of broad principles to be kept in view while considering the grant of temporary injunction, namely; whether the party seeking it has a strong prima facie case in .....

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May 23 1990 (HC)

Bhag Singh Vs. Jarnail Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-23-1990

Reported in : (1990)98PLR223

a.l. bahri, j. 1. this revision has been filed by bhag singh plaintiff against order of sub fudge, jagraon, dated november 19, 1987, directing him to make good deficiency of court-fee on the plaint. the plaintiff was asked to pay advalorem court-fee under article i schedule i of the court fees act.2. the suit was filed by bhag singh for declaration that he was owner in possession of the land treasuring 24 kanals situated in village galib kalan, tehsil jagraon, distt ludhiana, after setting aside the sale deed dated june 23, 1986, executed by jarnail singh-defendant as attorney of the plaintiff in favour of gurmit kaur-defendant no. 2, for rs. 45,000/- which was illegal, void and ineffective qua the pain-tiff's rights. mutation sanctioned on the basis of the said sale deed was also challenged. he also wanted to avoid mortgage of 8 kanals of land executed by defendant no. 2 in favour of defendant no. 3. according to the plaintiff he did not execute any power of attorney in favour of defendant no. 1 who is alleged to have mortgaged or sold the land on the plaint court-fee of rs. 19.50 was paid. after objection being raised, the trial court vide the impguned order held that the advalorem court fee on the market value of the land was payable as the sale was being challenged.3. learned counsel for the petitioner has argued that court-fee paid on the plaint was in order, in the alternative it has been argued that the land in dispute being assessed to lard revenue, and the court fee .....

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May 15 1990 (HC)

Avtar Singh Sahi and Others Vs. State of Haryana and Another

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-15-1990

Reported in : AIR1991P& H298; (1990)98PLR1

..... and then faced the hazard of finding another job. this rule was thus opposed to public policy and consequently void u/s. 23 of the contract act.16. clearly, no occasion is provided for invoking this principle in the context of the circumstances and situatipn here. it was with full knowledge ..... 14 of the constitution, 'the courts will not enforce and will, when called upon to do so, strike down an unfair and unreasonable clause in a contract entered into between the parties, who are not equal in bargaining power'. it was consequently held that in accepting the said service rule, namely; of ..... was, in any manner, contrary to law.15. next, there was an attempt to press in aid the provisions of s. 23 of the contract act founded upon the contention that the clause in the relevant agreements and documents pertaining to enhancement of price was against public policy, inasmuch as, it ..... itself constitutes an inherent justification for concession in land price for it.11. faced with this situation, counsel for the petitioner sought to contend that the contract for the allotment/purchase of plots was statutory, inasmuch as, its format had been prescribed in the 1976 rules. adverting in this behalf to r. ..... as eventually determined by the court?7. looking to the strict legal aspect of it too, once the improvement trust enters into the field of contract, as in the present case, by making allotments on terms and conditions set-forth in the application for allotment sale-deed and other documents, it .....

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May 11 1990 (HC)

Sethi Singh Vs. Jass Kaur and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-11-1990

Reported in : II(1992)DMC249; (1990)98PLR271

..... by her and may make an order under this section notwithstanding such offer, if he is satisfied that there is just ground for so doing.explanation : if a husband has contracted marriage with another woman or keeps a mistress, it shall be considered to be just ground for his wife's refusal to live with him.'a bare perusal of the .....

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May 10 1990 (HC)

Hardwari Lal Vs. the Union of India (Uoi) Through Secy Ministry of Fin ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-10-1990

Reported in : (1990)98PLR230

m.s. liberahan, j. 1. adumbrated in brief, the relevant facts giving rise to this letters patent appeal are, hardwari lal was serving as a manager of the branch of state bank of patiala at bareta it was claimed that on may 8, 1982 when a seminar was being held at mansa. r.c. kampani. regional manager iii (p) of the state bank of patiala (hereinafter referred to as the bank) rebuked, snubbed and harangued the appellant (hereinafter called the petitioner, who was also one of the participants, in presence of so many people. r.c. kampani's conduct resulted in a great mental stress on the petitioner who under the resultant depression, submitted his resignation on may 11, 1982 and forwarded the same to the regional manager iii(p) of the bank with a further request that the condition of giving three months notice or depositing three months salary in lieu thereof, may be waived. later on the advice of friends and well-wishers and in view of the family circumstances, he withdrew his resignation and sent a telegram to that effect on may 17, 1982 to the regional manager iii(p) of the bank, on the same day i.e. on may 17, 1982, the petitioner sent a letter confirming the telegram withdrawing his resignation. he continued working as manager of the bareta branch of the bank till may 22, 1982 when he received intimation through a letter, dated may 18, 1982 that the condition of three months notice period or salary in lieu thereof had been waived off and his resignation had been accepted on .....

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May 07 1990 (HC)

M/S. Driplex Water Engineering Limited Vs. the Punjab State Electricit ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-07-1990

Reported in : AIR1991P& H38

..... 1986 also, gaco systems india had not the sufficient experience of installing water treatment plant of lesser capacity than the present one and that this contract was given by the board to m/s. thermax private limited, it being the lowest in price. although this controversy has no material bearing ..... which can be interpreted in its favour and that the past experience shows that the petitioner is hard to deal with towards the completion of the contract.7. in order to settle the above-referred controversy between the parties, it would be useful to repdocue tender notice (annexure p. 1). ..... shares with respondent no. 2. it was further maintained that the board had consulted desein engineers, a reputed concern of consultant engineers, before awarding the contract to respondent no. 2. the factum that respondent no. 2 had quoted lower price than the petitioner and other tenderers was also stressed. it ..... the board had also floated a tender for the supply of water treatment plant and respondent no. 2 had submitted a tender for getting that contract, but it was not accepted as respondent no.2 had not the requisite experience certificates for the supply of water treatment plants. therefore, its tender ..... /decision of the punjab state electricity board to accept tender of m/ s. gaco systems (india) private limited (respondent no. 2) for awarding contract for the design/ erection etc. of water treatment plant having two streams each of net rated capacity of 90 tonnes per hour and maximum capacity of .....

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