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Mar 05 1934 (PC)

Durgaprasad Vs. Kantichandra Mukerji

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-05-1934

Reported in : AIR1935Cal1

..... that court stayed pending the determination of the suit which he himself had instituted at karachi. in giving judgment imam, j., said:both the suits admittedly relate to the same contracts between the parties and the only question that requires to be considered is whether the karachi court has jurisdiction to grant the relief claimed, in the suit at karachi the .....

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Dec 03 1934 (FN)

Schnell Vs. the Vallescura

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-03-1934

..... bart, 197 f. 1002, 1006. hence, we pass to the decisive question whether, in view of the presumptions which aid the shipper in establishing the vessel's liability under a contract for carriage by sea, it was necessary for the petitioners to offer further evidence in order to recover the damage which they have suffered. if, in the state of the ..... cause; it is an effect. it may be the result of a number of causes, for some of which, such as the inherent defects of the cargo, or, under the contract, sea peril making it impossible to ventilate properly, the carrier is not liable. for others, such as negligent stowage, or failure to care for the cargo properly during the page .....

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May 17 1934 (PC)

Lalchand Amonmal Vs. M.C. Boid and Co.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : May-17-1934

Reported in : AIR1934Cal810,152Ind.Cas.991

..... be an entity known to the law as a company or a statutory corporation is known to the law, but nevertheless this term 'firm' has been defined by section 239, contract act, which by a definition of the word 'partnership' makes it clear that agreement is necessary and says: 'persons who have entered into partnership with one another are called collectively ..... that act does not apply to this suit, though i may quote from section 5 which states no new principle when it enunciates that the relation of partnership arises from contract and not from status.3. i had occasion to consider the point in shiva prosad and sons v. ormerods (india ltd., suit no. 1207 of 1925, when i decided that .....

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Apr 30 1934 (FN)

Spring City Foundry Co. Vs. Commissioner

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-30-1934

spring city foundry co. v. commissioner - 292 u.s. 182 (1934) u.s. supreme court spring city foundry co. v. commissioner, 292 u.s. 182 (1934) spring city foundry co. v. commissioner nos. 727 and 728 argued april 3, 1934 decided april 30, 1934 292 u.s. 182 certiorari to the circuit court of appeals for the seventh circuit syllabus 1. where accounts and income tax returns are on the accrual basis, a debt owing the taxpayer for goods sold in the tax year is returnable as gross income of that year even though ascertained in that year to be partly worthless. art. 35 of regs. 45, under revenue act of 1918, construed. p. 292 u. s. 184 . 2. section 234(a)(5) of the revenue act of 1918 authorized the deduction of a debt ascertained to be worthless and charged off within the taxable year; it did not authorize the deduction of the whole or a part of a debt which was not then ascertained to be worthless, but was recoverable in part, the amount that was recoverable being still uncertain. p. 292 u. s. 185 . 3. section 234(a)(4) of the revenue act of 1918, providing for deduction of "losses sustained during the taxable year," and subdivision (5) of the same section providing for deduction of debts ascertained to be worthless within the taxable year, are mutually exclusive, and a debt excluded from deduction under (5) cannot be deducted as a loss under (4). p. 292 u. s. 189 . 4. if a statute is ambiguous, administrative construction followed since its enactment is of great weight. p. 292 u. .....

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Sep 03 1934 (PC)

M. Maqbul Ahmad Vs. Mt. Fatma Bibi and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-03-1934

Reported in : AIR1935All81; 152Ind.Cas.199

..... but that the promisors, in breach of the agreement sold the property to one saadat ali. thereupon the plaintiff and nehal ahmad instituted a suit for specific performance of the contract for sale. their suit was decreed by the court of first instance but dismissed by the high court. a further appeal to the privy council was unsuccessful. the plaintiff alleges .....

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Jul 04 1934 (PC)

Superintendent and Remembrancer of Legal Affairs Vs. H.E. Watson

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-04-1934

Reported in : AIR1934Cal730,152Ind.Cas.566

guha, j.1. these are two appeals by the government of bengal ; and they are directed against an order of acquittal passed by the learned chief presidency magistrate, calcutta, on 16th december 1933, in regard to two separate charges, following upon complaints made against mr. h.e. watson, as director, statesman printing press, by the chief inspector of factories, bengal on 9th november 1933. the complaints made were: (i) under section 41 (a) read with section 28, and (ii) under section 43 (c) read with section 35, indian factories act.2. the case for the prosecution was that the inspector of factories inspected the factory, the statesman printing press, on 15th and 19th october 1933, and found that one printer, five proof readers, and seven compositors in the advertisement section were employed on different dates beyond the time limit of eleven hours per day, as prescribed by section 28, indian factories act. it was further alleged that the register of persons employed as prescribed by section 35 of the act, was not correctly maintained, regard being had to the facts that no entries were made in the register after 17th october, that specified hours of work of the persons employed were not entered in the register, and that different shifts in which the workers were employed were not shown.3. in the written statement filed in court by mr. watson, it was stated that during the dates between which the offences were alleged to have been committed, he was not in india, and he had .....

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Mar 16 1934 (PC)

Hanuman Das Mundra Vs. Damodar Laik and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Mar-16-1934

Reported in : AIR1934Cal782,152Ind.Cas.540

..... this pattah which clearly indicate that the intention of the grantor was to fix the rent in perpetuity. the word 'thica' as it appears from wilson's glossary means 'a contract by which a person engages to pay a fixed amount of rent or revenue.' this word does not, in our opinion, mean 'temporary', as was contended by the learned advocate .....

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Nov 01 1934 (PC)

The Pollachi Town Bank, Limited by Secretary, T.K. Muthuswami Chettiar ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-01-1934

Reported in : AIR1935Mad262(1); (1935)68MLJ316

..... :if the mortgagee holds different mortgages of different properties or successive mortgages of the same property from the same mortgagor, he must enforce all or none, unless there is a contract to the contrary.3. if this interpretation of section 67-a be correct (i am not to be supposed as accepting it), the petitioner's argument would amount to this .....

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Jan 30 1934 (PC)

Surath Chandra Saha Vs. Kripanath Chowdhury and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jan-30-1934

Reported in : AIR1934Cal549,150Ind.Cas.925

..... and delivery.2. the hand-note is promissory note, and a promissory note is a written acknowledgment of debt with a promise to repay. it is also a memorandum of contract, and evidence of a chose in action or actionable claim. thus, it may be transferred by assignment, and the assignee thereby gets such title as the assignor had in the .....

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Jun 06 1934 (PC)

Nagendra Nath Biswas Vs. Kripanath Bhattacharjee and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jun-06-1934

Reported in : AIR1935Cal94

..... by the principles enunciated in the case reported in bauga chandra dhur biswas v. jagat kishore 1916 pc 110. the necessity for the sale alleged in the payment of debts contracted is connexion with the sradh of kali nath and the probate proceedings. the learned subordinate judge's judgment on this part of the case is not very clear. but i .....

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