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May 26 2000 (HC)

international Publishers Vs. Union Territory and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-26-2000

Reported in : AIR2000P& H260; (2000)126PLR579

..... of the memo of appeal filed under section 10 of the act (annexure p-5), the petitioner had specifically pleaded that the appellant had not been served in accordance with law and it had not refused to accept the notice and further that the service was also not affected by fixation. an argument to this effect was also made before the ..... dated 29-12-1993 passed by the adviser to the administrator declining the petitioner's request for grant of permission to change the trade is vitiated by an error of law. for this purpose, we may refer to the extracts of para 1 and para 2 of the notification dated 22-1-1993 and the two notifications dated 20-4-1998 ..... : (i) the depriving oi ownership right in the site or building which concerns only the owner of the site or building and (li) the deprivation of the lessee of his lawful possession thereof. such being the consequences of the order of resumption, both lessee and his lessor would be affected by the order and would thus be entitled to be heard ..... be paid to the central government in such manner and in such instalments and at such rate of interest as may be prescribed. (3) notwithstanding anything contained in any other law for the time being in force, until the entire consideration money together with interest or any other amount, if any, due to the central government on account of the transfer .....

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May 24 2000 (HC)

Gurdial Singh S/O Munshi Singh and Others Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-24-2000

Reported in : 2000CriLJ4997

..... malkiat singh was not allowing it. all this, which she had stated in her statement is that accused gurdial singh and nek singh are the husbands of her sisters-in-law and they are having a dispute regarding some land. the other accused are helping them. no document or independent oral testimony has come forward to support this assertion of pw .....

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Apr 26 2000 (HC)

Sukha Singh Alias Sukhwinder Singh and Others Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-26-2000

Reported in : 2000CriLJ3133

..... .' even education and vocational training are provided to them. it may be correct for the state to utilise its meagre resources to rehabilitate and even pamper the unrepentant violators of law. however, we cannot ignore the victims. we have to imagine the torture, the trauma that the victims - the children that are abused, the women who are assaulted, the men who .....

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Jan 17 2000 (HC)

Ajitinder Singh Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-17-2000

Reported in : 2000CriLJ1827

..... the learned counsel for the petitioner. section 3 of the said act only prohibits the improper use of emblems and names. it reads as follows :- 'notwithstanding anything contained in any law for the time being in force, no person shall, except in such cases and under such conditions as may be prescribed by the central government use or continue to use ..... section nor does it amount to insult to indian national flag. the learned counsel for the petitioner is not able to draw my attention to any of the provisions of law or authority to show that flying the national flag on the car used by respondent no. 5, amounts to insult to the national flag. a reading of section 2 of ..... the purpose of official display. any violation of the instructions contained in the flag code does not constitute any offence punishable either under indian penal code or any other penal law. therefore, the contention of the petitioner that the 5th respondent while he was not holding any office, used the vehicle on which the national flag was flown, is without any ..... is that there is violation of flag code. to deal with this contention, it deserves to be mentioned that the flag code has not been issued under any authority of law. it contains only instructions issued by the ministry of home affairs in regard to the user of the national flag. it has no statutory force. the instructions as contained in .....

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Aug 11 2000 (HC)

Chanan Singh Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-11-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR699

m.l. singhal, j.1. the prosecution case in brief is that on 5.1.84, si jhanda singh, sho ps munak was going towards village hamirgarh and badalgarh in connection with patrolling and the detection of opium, illicit liquor along with asi gurmel singh, hc harjinder singh, hc inder singh and constable baldev singh etc. when they took a turn from bus adda badalgarh to village badalgarh, they saw the accused and his companion going towards village badalgarh. at the sight of the police party, accused chanan singh swerved towards his left hand side. si jhanda singh etc. drew near and apprehended accused chanan singh. asi gurmel singh apprehended the companion of the accused. si jhanda singh effected the personal search of the accused who was wrapping khes around him. opium wrapped in a piece of glazed paper was recovered contained in a jhola which was hanging on the left shoulder of the accused. opium weighed 5 kgs. out of the recovered opium, 10 grams was taken out as sample. sample opium was put in a small tin box which was made into a parcel. remaining opium was put in the same jhola. that jhola was put in a tin pipa which was made into a parcel. both the parcels containing opium were sealed with the seal of si jhanda singh bearing impression sections si jhanda singh prepared the impression of the seal at the spot ex. p1 which was duly attested by him. both the sealed parcels containing opium were taken into possession vide memo ex. pa attested by hc harjinder singh and constable .....

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Aug 05 2000 (HC)

Executive Engineer and ors. Vs. Yoginder SarIn and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-05-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR813

..... v. unique erectors (gujarat) (p) ltd. and ors., air 1989 s.c. 973.11. it was submitted by the learned counsel for the petitioner that the award is bad in law as no extension of time had been taken by the arbitrator from time to time for delivering the award. suffice it to say, parties gave extension of time to the ..... action. a person residing any where in the country being aggrieved by an order of government central or state or authority or person may have a right of action at law but it can be enforced or the jurisdiction under article 226 can be invoked of that high court only within whose territorial limits the cause of action wholly or in ..... m.l. singhal, j.1. by means of the order, i would dispose of civil revision no. 1176, 1177 and 1178 of 2000 as the same question of law and fact is involved in these revisions.2. facts are being taken out of arbitration case no. 33 of 6.8.96, which gave rise to civil revision no. 1176 .....

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Mar 24 2000 (HC)

Muni Lal and ors. Vs. Lekh Raj and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-24-2000

Reported in : (2000)125PLR477

..... . the facts in the present case, on the contrary, indicate that the respondents are brothers. even if it is not shown that they were carrying on the business as a hindu undivided family, necessarily is not an inference, in the absence of any other factor, that it would be a case of subletting. once the tenant is in legal possession then ..... have been sublet to respondents no.2 and 3 or not must be stated that the respondents failed to show that, in fact, they were carrying on the business of hindu undivided family.8. on behalf of the petitioners, strong reliance was placed on the decision of this court in the case of smt. sita devi v. chaman lai and another ..... 3 the learned counsel for the petitioners urged that the plea of the respondents before the learned rent controller was mat the respondents are carrying on the business as a hindu undivided family. but the same had not been shown. in fact, respondent no.1 was shown to be doing the business somewhere else and thus, inference of subletting of the ..... property had been sublet to respondents no.2 and 3. respondents no.2 and 3 were stated to be the real brothers of respondent no. 1. they formed a joint hindu family to the full knowledge of the petitioners. it was asserted that they were running the cloth business in the suit premises. it was denied that the condition of the .....

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Aug 24 2000 (HC)

Surinder Mohan Aggarwal Vs. Krishan Mohan Madhok

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-24-2000

Reported in : AIR2001P& H33

orderm.l. singhal, j.1. surinder mohan aggarwal (petitioner-herein) filed application under section 13-a of the east punjab urban rent restriction act, 1949 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') against krishan mohan madhok respondent for the ejectment of the latter from, building bearing no. b-xix-154/a situated at rani jhansi road, civil lines, ludhiana which is bounded as under:--east : hem raj agarwal west : street north : rani jhansi road south : avinash kaliashown red in plan ex. a-l attached thereto, on the allegations, that he is owner-landlord of this building. one banarsi dass advocate was a tenant in a portion of the building in question at monthly rent of' rs. 550/-. he had sublet the property to the respondent. petitioner filed application under section 13 of the act against banarsi dass on a few grounds including the ground of non-payment of rent and subletting in the year 1980 and order of ejectment was passed aainst the respondent and banarsi dass by shri ss tiwana, rent controller, ludhiana on 19-5-1982. krishan mohan madhok filed appeal which was dismissed on 7-3-1986 by shri r.l. anand, appellate authority, ludhiana, krishan mohan madhok went in revision to the high court, which was allowed on 19-5-1989 and krishan mohan madhok was not held to be subtenant but direct tenant and banarsi dass was not held to be tenant. surinder mohan aggarwal petitioner has alleged in this ejectment application filed in march 1992 that krishan mohan madhok has been held to .....

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Feb 22 2000 (HC)

Raman Sharma Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-22-2000

Reported in : AIR2000P& H268; (2000)126PLR156

..... section 26-a has been issued by the registrar, shall immediately after the receipt of such direction, call a meeting in accordance with these rules and the bye-laws. (3) the committee shall then co-opt the number of members specified in the direction issued by the registrar from amongst the members belonging to scheduled castes ..... such co-opted members shall be at the pleasure of the board and their motion in the meeting shall be recommendatory.'it is clear from the aforesaid bye-law that the board of directors can also co-opt not more than two directors from amongst the! persons connected with small scale or cottage industries, economists, ..... land: provided that the members so co-opted fulfil the conditions and qualifications prescribed for the elected members of the committee in these rules or in the bye-laws of such a co-operative society. note:-- 'standard acre' for the purposes of this rule shall have the same meaning as given in punjab security of land ..... of the board. the registrar dismissed the revision petition holding that the co-option of respondents nos. 4 and 5 had been made under bye-law 22 of the bye-laws of the bank and did not attract the disqualifications prescribed by the act. it is against this order that the present petition has been filed ..... n.k. sodhi, j. 1. elections to the board of directors of the pathankot hindu urban co-operative bank ltd., pathankot (for short the bank) were held on 8-6-1998 in which seven directors were elected including the petitioner. .....

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Feb 08 2000 (HC)

Sh. Nanak Chand and ors. Vs. Sh. Bal Kishan

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-08-2000

Reported in : (2000)125PLR388

..... petitioners had taken up the plea that the suit property was taken on rent by all the petitioners for tyre and tube repairs and they were members of the joint hindu family. they have a joint mess. it is petitioner no. 1, who being the eldest brother, managing all the works of the house and the business. in this process, though ..... has let the company into possession but he has not parted with the possession himself and so long as it is true in fact vishwa nath has not contravened the law. he has not gone out of possession. possession has been retained by him. if he has allowed the company to use the premises while he himself has remained in possession ..... so long as the lessee retains the legal possession of the whole of the premises he does not commit a breach of law against parting with the possession by allowing other people to use the same. i am supported in this view by jackson v. simons, romer, j. held:'the defendant moreover retained ..... of subletting and parting with possession are well known. they have different connotation. this court in the case of g.d. chaudhary v. shri anand samp 1966(2) the delhi law times 28, clearly spelt out the definitions, of 'subletting' and 'parting with possession'. in paragraph 5 of the judgment, it was concluded as under:-' .... i am of the opinion that .....

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