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Apr 12 1946 (PC)

General Family Pension Fund Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax, Bengal.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Apr-12-1946

Reported in : [1946]14ITR488(Cal)

..... commissioners of inland revenue for the amount of income-tax deducted.the edinburgh case concerned a life assurance company, the business of which included granting annuities. the companys co-partnership contract provided that every policy or other obligation should contain a clause declaring that its capital stock and funds should be the only fund policy or obligation. the company had a .....

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Jun 10 1946 (FN)

Knauer Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-10-1946

knauer v. united states - 328 u.s. 654 (1946) u.s. supreme court knauer v. united states, 328 u.s. 654 (1946) knauer v. united states no. 510 argued march 28, 29, 1946 decided june 10, 1946 328 u.s. 654 certiorari to the circuit court of appeals for the seventh circuit syllabus 1. in a proceeding under 338 of the nationality act of 1940 to revoke an order admitting petitioner to citizenship and to cancel his certificate of naturalization on the ground of fraud in their procurement, there was solid, convincing evidence that, before the date of his naturalization, at that time, and subsequently, he was a thoroughgoing nazi and a faithful follower of adolph hitler. held. the conclusion is irresistible that, when petitioner forswore allegiance to the german reich, he swore falsely, and the revocation of the decree of naturalization is sustained. pp. 328 u. s. 660 -669, 328 u. s. 674 . 2. the standard of proof required in such proceedings is strict. schneiderman v. united states, 320 u. s. 118 ; baumgartner v. united states, 322 u. s. 665 . p. 328 u. s. 657 . 3. in reviewing such a proceeding, this court does not accept even concurrent findings of the two lower courts as conclusive, but reexamines the facts to determine whether the united states has carried the burden of proving its case by "clear, unequivocal, and convincing" evidence, which does not leave "the issue in doubt." id. pp. 328 u. s. 657 -658. 4. citizenship obtained through naturalization is not a second-class .....

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Jun 10 1946 (FN)

Kotteakos Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-10-1946

..... for purposes not within the contemplation of title 1 of the national housing act. the defendants would procure various documents, e.g., credit statements and certificates falsely stating that work contracted for had been completed and material delivered, and, on the basis of these documents, which were presented to the various financial institutions and to the federal housing administration, would obtain .....

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Apr 29 1946 (FN)

S. A. Schulte, Inc. Vs. Gangi

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-29-1946

..... interstate commerce commission the fixed measure of transportation charges and forbade discrimination. 24 stat. 379, 380, as amended; 49 u.s.c. 6(7). of course, that precludes discrimination by contract. e.g., pittsburgh, c., c. & st. l. r. co. v. fink, 250 u. s. 577 . the fair labor standards act affords no comparable basis for the court's decision in ..... made to prove, that, at the time when any of the additional twelve tenants worked on goods belonging to the manufacturers, such manufacturers had an order or an agreement or contract for the shipment of the goods, when completed, in interstate commerce. there was no testimony by any of the twelve tenants that they knew or had reason to believe that ..... attorney general that the employee should prevail, the united states attorney handling the case is directed to negotiate a tentative settlement with the employee's counsel for submission to the contracting agency for acceptance or rejection. the wages due are, of course, always paid, but the claim for liquidated damages is the subject of bargaining, and, almost invariably, the employee's ..... & co., 123 f.2d 622, 626. [ footnote 4 ] in view of the number of settlements for violations, the issue is of importance. see annual report, wage and hour and public contracts divisions, u.s. department of labor, fiscal year ending june 30, 1945, p. 2: "in the six years and nine months that the fair labor standards act had been in .....

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Feb 25 1946 (FN)

Lusthaus Vs. Commissioner

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-25-1946

..... v. harrelson, 282 u. s. 55 ; uterhart v. united states, 240 u. s. 598 , 240 u. s. 603 . in lucas v. earl, 281 u. s. 111 , the validity of the contract to transfer sums earned was not significant to the inquiry as to who earned the compensation. [ footnote 2 ] revenue bill of 1941, h.r.5417, as introduced, 77th cong., 1st .....

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Jan 30 1946 (PC)

Punjab Province Vs. Daulat Singh

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jan-30-1946

Reported in : (1946)48BOMLR443

..... for any attack on the validity of the principal act. in the second place, mr. pritt, for the appellant, sought to rest some argument on section 23 of the indian contract act, 1872, and in particular ill. (i) thereof and on sections 84 and 96 of the indian trusts act, 1882, in order to suggest that the effect of the benami .....

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Jan 30 1946 (PC)

Punjab Province Vs. Daulat Singh and Others

Court : Privy Council

Decided on : Jan-30-1946

..... , are not encouraging for any attack on the validity of the principal act. in the second place, mr. pritt, for the appellant, sought to rest some argument on s. 23, contract act, 1872, and in particular illust. (i) thereof and on ss. 84 and 96, trusts act, 1882, in order to suggest that the effect of the benami mortgage in the .....

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Apr 22 1946 (FN)

El Dorado Oil Works Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-22-1946

..... substantially the argument now repeated -- namely, that any order the commission might make "could only be effective as to the future," that the commission's determination "could not affect the contract in this case," that the commission's action would be "futile," and that, consequently, our judgment and opinion would provide no "guidance" for the district court. our first opinion, buttressed ..... earnings. car company defended on the ground that further refunds would violate interstate commerce legislation, particularly the elkins act. 49 u.s.c. 41. the district judge found that the contract was in violation of the elkins act, and rendered judgment for the car company. the circuit court of appeals reversed. el dorado terminal co. v. general american tank car corp ..... necessary for that distribution. the appellee, general american tank car corporation, [ footnote 1 ] owns tank cars which it rents and leases to various shippers. in 1933, oil works made a contract with the car company to rent, for a period of three years, fifty tank cars at $27.50 per month, and such additional cars as it might need at $30 .....

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Apr 22 1946 (FN)

Utah Junk Co. Vs. Porter

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-22-1946

..... the price control act. the controversy concerns petitioner's lawful right to collect this processing charge as previously agreed upon page 328 u. s. 41 between the parties to the contract. claiming that the price schedule governing the sales in question was invalid insofar as it failed to permit an allowance for processing, petitioners filed a protest with the administrator. the ..... a protestant in petitioner's plight because the validity of the old schedule may be otherwise tested. the only other way implies the readiness of the customer to pay the contract price for the processing charge and its acceptance by the petitioner, subjecting both to civil and criminal actions for violations of the act. with the consent of the trial court ..... the administrator's insistence on the validity of the old maximum scrap price schedule is not challenged by violation, it could not be tested by bringing a suit on the contract for the additional price. yakus v. united states, 321 u. s. 414 . finally, apart from a construction of the statute which we are bound to reject, the administrator seeks to .....

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Apr 22 1946 (PC)

Eangoli Krishnan Vs. Kuniyll Soopi and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-22-1946

Reported in : AIR1947Mad274; (1947)1MLJ32

..... think it right to unsettle the law on a point such as this. in these circumstances, the action must be deemed to have been brought on the foot of the contract in writing registered, although the period of twelve years mentioned in ex. p-1 had expired. the learned advocate for the petitioner drew my attention to the decision in seydarakath ..... twelve years mentioned in ex. p-1 having expired, the suit brought by the assignee could not be held to be a suit brought for breach of the contract under ex. p-1. this argument ignores the provisions of section 5 of the malabar compensation for tenants improvements act (i of 1900). under that section, where there have been ..... lease, and consequently it was held that article 116 was applicable and not article no. the suits covered by article 116 are suits for compensation for the breach of a contract in writing registered. here ex. p-1 is a registered marupat and hence obviously that article is applicable.3. the learned advocate for the petitioner contends that the period of .....

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