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Jan 05 2015 (HC)

V.Surendran Vs. State of Kerala and Another

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-05-2015

..... as mentioned in ext.p3. contention raised in the counter affidavit to the effect that, there exists a contractual obligation by virtue of creation of valid indemnity under the purview of section 125 of the indian contract act, cannot be accepted, based on the legal provisions enabling the confiscation. in the result, the writ petition is to be allowed. ext.p3 impugned ..... was sold in public auction for a sum of rs.43,333/-. but when the petitioner approached the 2nd respondent seeking release of the title deed furnished along with the indemnity bond, the 2nd respondent had issued ext.p3 proceedings stating that the vehicle was released under interim custody on furnishing bond for a value of rs.90,000/- which was ..... was given in exercise of powers vested under section 53 of the act, subject to the condition of the registered owner furnishing security bond along with solvency certificate. on the indemnity executed by the petitioner along with production of the title deed of his immovable property, the vehicle was released. thereafter an order under section 61 a was issued by the ..... .r2(c): true copy of the application submitted by smt.biji mol ext.r2(d): true copy of solvency certificate dt.23.3.1999 ext.r2(e): true copy of indemnity bond dt.24.3.1999 ext.r2(f): true copy of order dt.21.4.1999 /true copy/ p ato judge mjl c.k. abdul rehim, j.--------------------------- wp(c)no .....

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Jan 05 2015 (HC)

V.Surendran Vs. State of Kerala and Another

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-05-2015

..... as mentioned in ext.p3. contention raised in the counter affidavit to the effect that, there exists a contractual obligation by virtue of creation of valid indemnity under the purview of section 125 of the indian contract act, cannot be accepted, based on the legal provisions enabling the confiscation. in the result, the writ petition is to be allowed. ext.p3 impugned ..... was sold in public auction for a sum of rs.43,333/-. but when the petitioner approached the 2nd respondent seeking release of the title deed furnished along with the indemnity bond, the 2nd respondent had issued ext.p3 proceedings stating that the vehicle was released under interim custody on furnishing bond for a value of rs.90,000/- which was ..... was given in exercise of powers vested under section 53 of the act, subject to the condition of the registered owner furnishing security bond along with solvency certificate. on the indemnity executed by the petitioner along with production of the title deed of his immovable property, the vehicle was released. thereafter an order under section 61 a was issued by the ..... .r2(c): true copy of the application submitted by smt.biji mol ext.r2(d): true copy of solvency certificate dt.23.3.1999 ext.r2(e): true copy of indemnity bond dt.24.3.1999 ext.r2(f): true copy of order dt.21.4.1999 /true copy/ p ato judge mjl c.k. abdul rehim, j.--------------------------- wp(c)no .....

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Jan 05 2015 (HC)

V.Surendran Vs. State of Kerala and Another

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-05-2015

..... as mentioned in ext.p3. contention raised in the counter affidavit to the effect that, there exists a contractual obligation by virtue of creation of valid indemnity under the purview of section 125 of the indian contract act, cannot be accepted, based on the legal provisions enabling the confiscation. in the result, the writ petition is to be allowed. ext.p3 impugned ..... was sold in public auction for a sum of rs.43,333/-. but when the petitioner approached the 2nd respondent seeking release of the title deed furnished along with the indemnity bond, the 2nd respondent had issued ext.p3 proceedings stating that the vehicle was released under interim custody on furnishing bond for a value of rs.90,000/- which was ..... was given in exercise of powers vested under section 53 of the act, subject to the condition of the registered owner furnishing security bond along with solvency certificate. on the indemnity executed by the petitioner along with production of the title deed of his immovable property, the vehicle was released. thereafter an order under section 61 a was issued by the ..... .r2(c): true copy of the application submitted by smt.biji mol ext.r2(d): true copy of solvency certificate dt.23.3.1999 ext.r2(e): true copy of indemnity bond dt.24.3.1999 ext.r2(f): true copy of order dt.21.4.1999 /true copy/ p ato judge mjl c.k. abdul rehim, j.--------------------------- wp(c)no .....

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Jan 05 2015 (HC)

V.Surendran Vs. State of Kerala and Another

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-05-2015

..... as mentioned in ext.p3. contention raised in the counter affidavit to the effect that, there exists a contractual obligation by virtue of creation of valid indemnity under the purview of section 125 of the indian contract act, cannot be accepted, based on the legal provisions enabling the confiscation. in the result, the writ petition is to be allowed. ext.p3 impugned ..... was sold in public auction for a sum of rs.43,333/-. but when the petitioner approached the 2nd respondent seeking release of the title deed furnished along with the indemnity bond, the 2nd respondent had issued ext.p3 proceedings stating that the vehicle was released under interim custody on furnishing bond for a value of rs.90,000/- which was ..... was given in exercise of powers vested under section 53 of the act, subject to the condition of the registered owner furnishing security bond along with solvency certificate. on the indemnity executed by the petitioner along with production of the title deed of his immovable property, the vehicle was released. thereafter an order under section 61 a was issued by the ..... .r2(c): true copy of the application submitted by smt.biji mol ext.r2(d): true copy of solvency certificate dt.23.3.1999 ext.r2(e): true copy of indemnity bond dt.24.3.1999 ext.r2(f): true copy of order dt.21.4.1999 /true copy/ p ato judge mjl c.k. abdul rehim, j.--------------------------- wp(c)no .....

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Jan 05 2015 (HC)

V.Surendran Vs. State of Kerala and Another

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-05-2015

..... as mentioned in ext.p3. contention raised in the counter affidavit to the effect that, there exists a contractual obligation by virtue of creation of valid indemnity under the purview of section 125 of the indian contract act, cannot be accepted, based on the legal provisions enabling the confiscation. in the result, the writ petition is to be allowed. ext.p3 impugned ..... was sold in public auction for a sum of rs.43,333/-. but when the petitioner approached the 2nd respondent seeking release of the title deed furnished along with the indemnity bond, the 2nd respondent had issued ext.p3 proceedings stating that the vehicle was released under interim custody on furnishing bond for a value of rs.90,000/- which was ..... was given in exercise of powers vested under section 53 of the act, subject to the condition of the registered owner furnishing security bond along with solvency certificate. on the indemnity executed by the petitioner along with production of the title deed of his immovable property, the vehicle was released. thereafter an order under section 61 a was issued by the ..... .r2(c): true copy of the application submitted by smt.biji mol ext.r2(d): true copy of solvency certificate dt.23.3.1999 ext.r2(e): true copy of indemnity bond dt.24.3.1999 ext.r2(f): true copy of order dt.21.4.1999 /true copy/ p ato judge mjl c.k. abdul rehim, j.--------------------------- wp(c)no .....

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Jan 05 2015 (HC)

V.Surendran Vs. State of Kerala and Another

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-05-2015

..... as mentioned in ext.p3. contention raised in the counter affidavit to the effect that, there exists a contractual obligation by virtue of creation of valid indemnity under the purview of section 125 of the indian contract act, cannot be accepted, based on the legal provisions enabling the confiscation. in the result, the writ petition is to be allowed. ext.p3 impugned ..... was sold in public auction for a sum of rs.43,333/-. but when the petitioner approached the 2nd respondent seeking release of the title deed furnished along with the indemnity bond, the 2nd respondent had issued ext.p3 proceedings stating that the vehicle was released under interim custody on furnishing bond for a value of rs.90,000/- which was ..... was given in exercise of powers vested under section 53 of the act, subject to the condition of the registered owner furnishing security bond along with solvency certificate. on the indemnity executed by the petitioner along with production of the title deed of his immovable property, the vehicle was released. thereafter an order under section 61 a was issued by the ..... .r2(c): true copy of the application submitted by smt.biji mol ext.r2(d): true copy of solvency certificate dt.23.3.1999 ext.r2(e): true copy of indemnity bond dt.24.3.1999 ext.r2(f): true copy of order dt.21.4.1999 /true copy/ p ato judge mjl c.k. abdul rehim, j.--------------------------- wp(c)no .....

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Jan 05 2015 (HC)

V.Surendran Vs. State of Kerala and Another

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-05-2015

..... as mentioned in ext.p3. contention raised in the counter affidavit to the effect that, there exists a contractual obligation by virtue of creation of valid indemnity under the purview of section 125 of the indian contract act, cannot be accepted, based on the legal provisions enabling the confiscation. in the result, the writ petition is to be allowed. ext.p3 impugned ..... was sold in public auction for a sum of rs.43,333/-. but when the petitioner approached the 2nd respondent seeking release of the title deed furnished along with the indemnity bond, the 2nd respondent had issued ext.p3 proceedings stating that the vehicle was released under interim custody on furnishing bond for a value of rs.90,000/- which was ..... was given in exercise of powers vested under section 53 of the act, subject to the condition of the registered owner furnishing security bond along with solvency certificate. on the indemnity executed by the petitioner along with production of the title deed of his immovable property, the vehicle was released. thereafter an order under section 61 a was issued by the ..... .r2(c): true copy of the application submitted by smt.biji mol ext.r2(d): true copy of solvency certificate dt.23.3.1999 ext.r2(e): true copy of indemnity bond dt.24.3.1999 ext.r2(f): true copy of order dt.21.4.1999 /true copy/ p ato judge mjl c.k. abdul rehim, j.--------------------------- wp(c)no .....

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Jan 05 2015 (HC)

Simplex Infrastructure Limited Vs. Siemens Limited and Another

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jan-05-2015

..... corrective action. the letters categorically stated that the willful neglect in performing as per the milestone schedule would compel respondent no. 1 to take mitigation measures under the contract such as performance by substitution, which expenses would be back-charged to the petitioner. this submission is further belied by the tabular chart with details regarding some ..... annexure thereto shall prevail. ? 10. the afore-stated clauses establish that all the three amendment agreements were executed without prejudice and were not in derogation to the original contract. the additional advance payments were made without prejudice to any of the rights of the respondent no.1 under the agreement and/or any attachments, annexures thereto. the ..... exceed 15% of the final contract price (as amended by any supplement), save for all third party claims, ..... 3 and 13.6. notwithstanding any provision in this contract to the contrary, contractors aggregate liability for all losses, claims or damage arising out of, under or in connection with this contract, its performance or breach (including claims for an indemnity and costs under clause 13.1) whether such liability arises in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise shall not .....

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Jul 22 2015 (HC)

C.S. Atwal Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax, Ludhiana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-22-2015

..... ('rights') and to execute all the documents necessary to carry out, facilitates and enforce the rights in the property including to execute lease agreement, licence agreements,construction contracts, supplier contracts, agreement for sale, conveyance, mortgage deeds, finance documents and all documents and agreements necessary to create and register the mortgage, conveyance, lease deeds, licence agreement, power ..... transaction, a transferee like a developer is allowed to undertake development work on the land by assuming general control over the property in part performance of the contract. the date of that transaction determines the date of transfer. the actual date of taking physical possession or the instances of possessory acts exercised is not very ..... transfer of immovable property ; the transferee should have taken possession of the property ; lastly, the transferee should be ready and willing to perform his part of the contract. that even arrangements confirming privileges of ownership without transfer of title could fall under section 2(47)(v). section 2(47) (v) was introduced in the act ..... of attorneys, affidavits, declarations, indemnities and all such other documents, letters as may be necessary to carry out, facilitate and enforce the rights and to register the same .....

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Dec 11 2015 (HC)

Worldfa Exports Pvt. Ltd. Vs. United India Insurance Co. Ltd.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-11-2015

..... , delay and lack of transparency in sharing the documents and information by the insurance company and persons appointed by insurance company, we have been denied an actual amount of indemnity under the contract of insurance under this policy, since we claimed an amount of rs.126951063.00 and substantiated the same whereas we have been given rs.56232959.00 only. we hereby ..... , compulsion and coercion. relevant portion of para 52 is reproduced hereunder:- 52. some illustrations (not exhaustive) as to when claims are arbitrable and when they are not, when discharge of contract by accord and satisfaction are disputed, to round up the discussion on this subject are: xxx xxx xxx (iv) an insured makes a claim for loss suffered. the claim is ..... are as under: 9. claim procedure in respect of a general insurance policy (1) an insured or the claimant shall give notice to the insurer of any loss arising under contract of insurance at the earliest or within such extended time as may be allowed by the insurer. on receipt of such a communication, a general insurer shall respond immediately and ..... full and final settlement before release of admitted claim amounts to coercion and undue influence as defined in sections 15 and 16 of the contract act and such contracts are voidable under section 19 and 19a of the contract act. 7.2. the withholding of the admitted amount by the insurance companies unless complete discharge is given, amounts to deficiency in service within .....

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