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Jan 28 1946 (PC)

Ponnayya Moopanar Vs. Suppammal and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-28-1946

Reported in : (1946)1MLJ303

..... has been suggested that although the parties did intend ex. p-6 to be a reference to arbitration, the subject-matter of the dispute is described so vaguely that the contract embodied in the reference must be deemed to be void for uncertainty. this contention must also fail. there is, in our opinion, no uncertainty whatever about this reference. the document ..... detail every matter which is in dispute. a common form in use in england is ' all disputes arising out of the contract ' and in russell on ' arbitration ' the suggested form for submission to arbitrators of disputes arising out of a contract for purchase runs as follows:. whereas by an agreement dated. . and whereas disputes and differences exist between the said (vendor) and .....

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Jul 16 1946 (PC)

O.C. Ganguly Vs. Kamalpat Sing Dugar

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-16-1946

Reported in : AIR1947Cal236

..... right of occupation of the land, though subject to certain reservations, or to a restriction of the purposes for which it may be used, it is a lease; if the contract is merely for the use of the property in a certain way and on certain terms, while it remains in the possession and control of the owner, it is a .....

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Dec 09 1946 (FN)

United States Vs. Carmack

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-09-1946

..... of the proposed exchange. september 25, 1941, the action administrator of the federal works agency advised the attorney general that, under authority of the public buildings act, the agency had contracted for the exchange. after referring to his failure to secure title by voluntary conveyance from the city in spite of the willingness of the city officials to make the exchange .....

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Apr 29 1946 (FN)

First Iowa Hydro-electric Cooperative Vs. Fpc

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-29-1946

first iowa hydro-electric cooperative v. fpc - 328 u.s. 152 (1946) u.s. supreme court first iowa hydro-electric cooperative v. fpc, 328 u.s. 152 (1946) first iowa hydro-electric cooperative v. federal power commission no. 603 argued march 8, 1946 decided april 29, 1946 328 u.s. 152 certiorari to the united states court of appeals for the district of columbia syllabus petitioner applied to the federal power commission for a license for a power project in iowa involving the construction of a dam on a navigable stream and the diversion of water from two navigable streams into another. section 9(b) of the federal power act requires an applicant to submit satisfactory evidence of compliance with requirements of state laws "with respect to bed and banks and to the appropriation, diversion, and use of water for power purposes and with respect to the right to engage in the business of developing, transmitting, and distributing power, and in any other business necessary to effect the purposes of a license under this act." petitioner showed no attempt to comply with iowa code, 1939, ch. 363, which forbids the construction of dams and the diversion of water for industrial purposes without a permit from the state executive council and authorizes the issuance of such a permit upon a finding, inter alia, that "any water taken from the stream . . . is returned thereto at the nearest practicable place." the state intervened and urged that the application be denied because petitioner did not .....

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Jun 10 1946 (FN)

Rfc Vs. Denver and Rio Grand Western R. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-10-1946

..... 100,000 shares. in 1901, an agreement was entered into by rio grande western, the trustee under the first consolidated mortgage, and the owner of the utah fuel stock. the contract provided that the stock would be held by the trustee to secure bonds issued under the first consolidated mortgage, and that rio grande western would have the right at any .....

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Feb 20 1946 (PC)

Digamber Shridhar Dhekne Vs. Ramratan Raghunath

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Feb-20-1946

Reported in : AIR1947Bom471; (1947)49BOMLR281

..... favour of the adverse possessor, does not affect the interest of the mortgagee who is not entitled to possession of the mortgaged premises either under the statute or under the contract. this principle in no way conflicts with that of tarubai v. venkatrao. besides, as held in soni ram v. kanhaiya lal, i.l.r.(1913) all. 227. there is nothing .....

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Sep 06 1946 (PC)

S.C. Cambatta Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Sep-06-1946

Reported in : (1947)49BOMLR61

..... 'and who must be assessed accordingly.5. section 21 of the indian companies act, 1913, is the section which makes the memorandum and articles of association of a company the contract between the company and its shareholders and it is as follows:-the memorandum and articles shall, when registered, bind the company and the members thereof to the same extent as ..... rest of that article is not material.9. so that it is clear from those articles that the first named of joint registered holders has no special status in the contract between the company and its members. what is said of him is merely administrative machinery.10. it will be convenient in the first place to consider question no. 2, because .....

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Sep 06 1946 (PC)

S. C. Cambatta Vs. Commissioner of Income Tax, Bombay.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Sep-06-1946

Reported in : [1946]14ITR748(Bom)

..... the 'shareholder' and who must be assessed accordingly.section 21 of the indian companies act is the section which makes the memorandum and articles of association of a company the contract between the company and its shareholders and it is as follows :-'the memorandum and articles shall, when registered, bind the company and the members thereof to the same extent as ..... the rest of that article is not material.so that it is clear from those articles that the first named of joint registered holders has no special status. in the contract between the company and its members, what is said of him is merely administrative machinery.it will be convenient in the first place to consider question no. 2, because, if .....

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Oct 24 1946 (PC)

Canada and Dominion Sugar Co. Ltd., Appellants V. Canadian National (W ...

Court : Privy Council

Decided on : Oct-24-1946

..... said to rely on the statement if he knew that it was false: he must reasonably believe it to be true and therefore act upon it. estoppel is different from contract both in its nature and consequences. but the relationship between the parties must also be such that the imputed truth of the statement is a necessary step in the constitution ..... the statement at its face value and acts upon it to his detriment. this is a rule which may be applied any day in the case of c.i.f. contracts. to cast doubts upon it, would be to weaken the whole course of dealing between business men in regard to bills of lading in their character of documents of title ..... . terms, took up the bill of lading against payment of 95 per cent. of the purchase price when it was presented to them in accordance with the terms of the contract and thereupon became owners of the sugar and duly thereafter paid the balance of the price. the sugar was found to be damaged. in the action it was alleged, in .....

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Dec 23 1946 (FN)

illinois Vs. Campbell

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-23-1946

illinois v. campbell - 329 u.s. 362 (1946) u.s. supreme court illinois v. campbell, 329 u.s. 362 (1946) illinois ex rel. gordon v. campbell no. 35 argued march 28, 1946 reargued november 19, 1946 decided december 23, 1946 329 u.s. 362 certiorari to the supreme court of illinois syllabus having filed notice of a lien for state unemployment compensation taxes under jones ill.stat.ann., 1944, 45.154, creating a lien "upon all the personal property" of an employer "used by him in connection with his . . . business," the state director of labor brought suit in a state court to enforce the lien, alleging that the employer was insolvent and that a creditor had obtained judgment and execution against him subsequent to the filing of notice of the lien. the court enjoined all creditors from interfering with the employer's property and appointed a receiver, who took charge of all his assets. thereafter, the collector of internal revenue filed claims on behalf of the united states for federal social security taxes page 329 u. s. 363 under 1400 of the internal revenue code and an intervening petition alleging that the debtor was insolvent, and claiming priority of payment. the receiver liquidated all of the debtors assets and realized less than enough to satisfy the claims of creditors. held: 1. under r.s. 3466, a claim of the united states for social security taxes under 1400 of the internal revenue code takes priority over a claim of a state for taxes under a state unemployment .....

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