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Dec 19 2000 (HC)

National Insurance Co. Vs. Surjeet Kaur

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-19-2000

Reported in : 2003ACJ1518

..... ), were also taken note of.17. i am in agreement with the above ratio of the judgment of the andhra pradesh high court, which has taken note of the case law which has been even relied upon by the counsel for the appellant.18. when an owner of the vehicle engages a driver, what should be his natural conduct first of .....

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Jan 11 2000 (HC)

Head Const. Hardev Singh Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-11-2000

Reported in : 2000CriLJ2585

..... gsfc were confirmed by the confirming officer, who was junior in rank than the officer, who convened the gsfc. it has also been found that the gsfc committed error in law in placing reliance on the confessional statement of the petitioner, which was legally not admissible in evidence, having been vitiated by threat, coercion and promise. consequently, there was no ..... against the petitioner or had some basis of personal enmity. the investigation and the trial were conducted strictly as per the procedure prescribed under the bsf act/rules. regarding the law officer, it was specifically submitted that he neither empowered nor duty bound to direct the members of the court. he merely endorses his advice and explains the connotation of ..... that no question was put to the accused regarding the alleged confessions when his statement was recorded before the court martial. extrajudicial confessions are required to be carefully scrutinised in law. the infirmities in these extra-judicial confessions are too serious. it assumes more seriousness because the accused was not permitted to examine himself as a witness. a layman's ..... copy of the statutory petition was also forwarded to the respondent no. 5, commandant, 67 battalion, bsf mamdot, district ferozepur, punjab. the petitioner was informed by the joint assistant director (law) of bsf headquarters on 20-11-1992 that his petition against the sentence awarded by the gsfc and the complaint dated 6-6-1992 regarding unfair trial had been considered .....

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Jul 31 2000 (HC)

Sukhwant Kaur Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-31-2000

Reported in : 2001CriLJ3132

..... unequivocal declaration, mr. rajiv raina, learned counsel for the petitioners contended that the impugned executive instructions run against the mandate of section 433a. these are, thus, untenable in law. is it so ?26. it would be appropriate to briefly notice the text and the context of the impugned instructions. the first of these were issued by the department of ..... their lordships have been pleased to take the view that the constitutional power shall override the statutory provision contained in section 433a of the code of criminal procedure. the case law on the subject was reviewed by the constitution bench. in the words of krishna lyer, j., their lordships were pleased to observe as under :-'it is apparent that ..... state government are 'required to frame a policy forthe exercise of powers under articles 161 of the constitution'. the guidelines issued by the state government are in conformity with law and not meant to derive any political advantage. the allegations of the petitioner with regard to the validity of the instructions have been controverted. the second respondent has not ..... state government has issued instructions through different letters. these permit premature release. reference shall be made at the appropriate stage. the petitioner maintains that the instructions violate the mandate of law.4. the code of criminal procedure was amended vide the criminal procedure (amendment) act, 1978. section 433a was added to the code. the petitioner maintains that 'a constraint' .....

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Mar 24 2000 (HC)

Punjab State Electricity Board and ors. Vs. Kuldeep Singh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-24-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR752

m.l. singhal, j.1. kuldeep singh instituted suit for permanent injunction against punjab state electricity board and others restraining them from disconnecting electric connection or removing cable wire from five horse power motor lying installed in land measuring 24 kanals 10 marlas belonging to him. it was alleged in the plaint that he applied for five horse power electric connection. he had deposited rs. 3500/- on 11.1.1991 vide receipt no. 177 on demand notice issued by the board. electric connection was given to him. on 18.3.1991, sdo sub urban pseb, mahal kalan and manjit singh, line superintendent (j.e.) sub urban, mahal kalan defendants came to the said fields when he was irrigating. they told him that the electric motor was running and they should be given rs. 1000/-. he rebuffed their demand saying that he would make payment of electric bills only and he would not make any payment over and above that payment. they became annoyed and threatened him that they would disconnect the electric connection. on 20.3.1991, they came to his field and threatened to disconnect and remove the electric poles and they were not allowed to do it.2. defendant-punjab state electricity board filed written statement contesting the suit. it was urged that plaintiff had applied for five horse power electric connection and deposited rs. 3500/- on demand notice. it was denied that connection was released or that motor was running at the spot. notice was issued on 20.3.1991 calling upon him to .....

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Feb 08 2000 (HC)

Takdir and Others Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-08-2000

Reported in : 2000CriLJ4926

mehtab s. gill, j.1. this is an appeal against the judgment dated 23-8-1995/25-8-1995 of the additional sessions judge, rohtak convicting and sentencing each of the 12 accused in the following manner :- ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ serial name of the appellants quantum of sentence and the offences no. for which the appellants sentenced. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1. all the 12 appellants each accused to undergo rigorous imprisonment for twoyears under section 148 of the indian penal code. 2. takdir, amar singh, each accused to undergo rigorous impri-sri bhagwan and sonment for life for an offence punishabledarshan under section 302 read with section 34 ofthe indian penal code. 3. hawa singh to undergo rigorous imprisonment forthree years and to pay a fine of rs. 200/-for an offence punishable under section 325 ofthe indian penal code. in default of pay-ment of fine to further undergo rigorous imprisonment for one month. 4. all the 12 appellants each accused to undergo rigorous impri-sonment for three years and to pay a fine of rs. 200/- each for an offence punishable under section 325 read with section 149 of the indian penal code. in default of payment of fine, each accused to further undergo rigorous imprisonment for one month. 5. all the 12 appellants each accused to undergo rigorous impri- sonment for one year for an offence puni- shable under section 324 read .....

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Jan 17 2000 (HC)

Radha Kishan Vs. Election Tribunal-cum-sub-judge, 1st Class and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-17-2000

Reported in : AIR2000P& H1

..... in such an election cannot be directed on mere asking and in a routine manner. the applicant, if makes definite averments of verification supported by unambiguous details, in accordance with law, supported by documents, if any, and where the applicant makes out a prima facie case to the satisfaction of the court, nothing prevents the court from ordering scrutiny and ..... of scrutiny and computation without detailed inquiry is explicit in the language of these provisions. without placing unnecessary emphasis on the language of the section and to make the law susceptible to the situations likely to arise in the cases to which such provisions are applicable and with intention to ostracise the possibility of confusion we would interpret the section ..... founded on material on record. the doctrine of reasonableness and application of mind are more stringently applicable to the judicial pronouncements than the administrative orders. the basic rule of law demands the courts to pass orders based upon record and founded on some plausible reasoning. to satisfy this dual concept presentation of some material before the court to bring a ..... connection with recording or counting of votes shall maintain and aid in maintaining the secrecy of the voting and shall not (except for some purpose authorised by or under any law) communicate to any person any information calculated to violate such secrecy. (2) any person who contravenes the provisions of sub-section (1) shall, on conviction, be punished with .....

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May 30 2000 (HC)

Tej Ram and ors. Vs. Parshotam Dass

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-30-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR570

orderv.s. aggarwal, j.1. by this common judgment both the revision petition namely civil revision nos. 1631 and 1632 of 1982 can conveniently be dispose of together. both the revision petitions are directed against the same order of the appellate authority.2. the revision petition has been preferred by tej ram and others directed against the judgment of the appellate authority, faridkot dated 27.2.1982. by virtue of the impugned judgment, the learned appellate authority had set aside the order passed by the learned rent controller dated 29.10.1979. instead the petition for eviction was dismissed.3. the relevant facts are that petitioners had filed an eviction application under section 13 of the east punjab urban rent restriction act against the respondents with respect to the property in dispute. the sole surviving ground of eviction has been as to if the promises in question had been sublet by parshotam dass to sham lal respondent. it has been pleaded that parshotam dass had handed over a portion of the premises to respondent no. 2 and has transferred the lease right to him. in the joint written statement filed, the fact has been denied. it was pleaded that respondent no. 1 had started the business of pan, berri and cigarette etc. in small portion of the shop in partnership with sham lal. this has been done only to raise the income. it is denied that front portion has been divided into two parts. plea was raised that small portion of the shop where business of pan, berri etc .....

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Jul 04 2000 (HC)

Narinder Pal Singh Bindra Vs. Harminder Kaur Dhindsa and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-04-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR596

v.s. aggarwal, j.1. the present revision petition has been filed by narinder pal singh bindra (hereinafter described as the petitioner) directed against the order passed by the learned rent controller, chandigarh dated 24.1.1994 and of the appellate authority, chandigarh dated 29.10.1996. the learned rent controller had passed an order of eviction which was upheld by the appellate authority.2. the relevant facts are that respondent no. 1 filed the eviction petition against the petitioner and two others (respondents 1 and 2) with respect to the premises in dispute. it was asserted that property was let to respondents 2 and 3 for residential purpose except the garage with the condition that they will use the premises only for residence. a school has been started in the said premises under the name and style of saraswati model school. respondent no. 1 objected but respondents 2 and 3 assured that building would be vacated. thereafter respondents 2 and 3 closed their school and disbanded their establishment. they handed over the possession to the petitioner without permission and consent of respondent no. 1. a school has been started under the name and style of standard public school. the other grounds of eviction are not in controversy in the present revision petition.3. the petition for eviction was contested and respondents 2 and 3 in their written statement asserted that property in question in fact had been let to vidya parishad for running the school. the said vidya .....

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Aug 29 2000 (HC)

Punjab National Bank Vs. Shishu

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-29-2000

Reported in : [2003]46SCL92(Punj& Har)

..... annum on the principal amount claimed in the suit from the date of the decree till the realisation.'9. in view of the clear mandate of law laid down in state bank of india's case (supra); where the supreme court has observed that charging of compound interest by the bank cannot be ..... hold that section 21a of the banking regulation act which forbids the courts from reopening the bank loans on the ground of excessive interest is not a law enacted by parliament with respect to the item of banking.' (p. 806)4. the supreme court observed that the high court could not come to ..... in the usurious loans act, 1918 or any other law relating to indebtedness in force in any state, a transaction between a banking company and its debtor shall not be reopened by any court on the ground ..... was filed, one of the contentions which was raised related to the charging of interest by the bank. after the decree of the trial court by the banking laws (amendment) act, 1984, (1 of 1984), new section 21a was inserted in the banking regulation act. the said section reads as follows :'notwithstanding anything contained ..... rule 11 of the code of civil procedure.7. learned counsel for the petitioner submitted that the law laid down in n.m. veerappa's case (supra); decided on january 27, 1998, should not be followed but the law laid down in state bank of india's case (supra) decided on january 21, 1999, .....

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Aug 17 2000 (HC)

Harpal Singh Vs. Smt. Manvinder Kaur and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-17-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR818

..... valuables and gold ornaments with her which are in her possession as mentioned in schedule rl attached to the written statement. petition under section 11 of the hindu marriage act was filed in the court of shri b.s. bedi, additional district judge, ludhiana. her marriage was declared void ab-initio by the ..... marriage with harpal singh had been adjudged void by additional district judge, ludhiana as it had taken place in contravention of section 5(i) of the hindu marriage act.4. defendants-harpal singh and his mother smt. bhagwanti went in appeal which was dismissed by additional district judge, ludhiana vide order dated 12 ..... gold for use of the plaintiff at the time of marriage, it is not probable that the plaintiffs gave no gold ornaments to their son-in-law harpal singh or his parents smt. bhagwanti and jagan singh. learned trial court felt that some other gold ornaments must have been given by her parents ..... subsisting when she contracted this marriage with harpal singh. her marriage with harpal singh is void ab-initio and is no marriage in the eye of law. when her parents were confronted that when she was already married to one manmohan singh and her marriage with him was subsisting, how she was passed ..... with the marriage of the said parties, but does not include dower or mahr in the case of persons to whom the muslim personal law (shariat) appeals.'with appreciation of evidence made by the two courts below, there can be no interference in regular second appeal. this appeal fails and .....

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