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Jul 11 2000 (HC)

Kashmir Singh Vs. Tana S/O Haria and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-11-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR653

..... benefit of the said sale deed dated 13.9.1994 allegedly executed by the other co-sharer in their favour. however, in my opinion, the learned executing court erred in law in this regard as well.17. in (1989-2)96 plr, 185 (supra), it was held by this court that where the decree was for joint possession of immovable property ..... the co-sharers in the suit land and they could not be dispossessed therefrom in execution of the decree in question till the land had been partitioned in accordance with law. however, this plea of the objector-petitioners was repelled by the executing court by observing that the sale deed in question dated 13.9.194 allegedly executed by fatta in ..... decreeholders being the co-sharers were entitled to symbolic possession only in view of the provisions of section 21 rule 35(2), cpc, and the executing court had erred in law in ordering delivery of physical possession. this contention raised on behalf of the objector-judgment debtors was repelled by this court and it was held that the provisions of section ..... co-sharers partitioned, in view of the provisions of order 21 rule 35(2), cpc. it was further submitted that this being the position, the learned executing court erred in law in dismissing the objections of the petitioner and issuing warrants of actual possession in respect of the land measuring 96 kanals 16 marlas, the details of which were given by .....

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Aug 29 2000 (HC)

Jagar Singh and ors. Vs. Baldev Kaur

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-29-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR831

..... as the order of the trial court was not a decree. the plaintiff then preferred this second appeal. it was heard by a learned single judge, who found that the law was not certain because the authorities were not uniform or consistent on the question whether the court has power to extend time for depositing costs in spite of the order .....

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Nov 23 2000 (HC)

The New India Assurance Company Ltd. Vs. Vide Devil

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-23-2000

Reported in : II(2001)ACC266; 2001ACJ1881

..... contrary, learned counsel appearing on behalf of the respondents submits that there is no force in the contention raised by the counsel for the appellant in view of the settled law which i will refer to in the latter portion of the judgment but at this juncture i can only say that this appeal is totally devoid of any merit as .....

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Oct 13 2000 (HC)

Bhagat Singh Vs. Sadhu Singh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-13-2000

Reported in : [2001(89)FLR719]

s.s. sudhalkar, j.1. this appeal raises out of the award of the commissioner under the workmen's compensation act (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') dated 8.12-1997. appellants are the parents of the deceased amar singh, who was going in a gypsy driven by one rajinder singh on 2.10.1987, when it met with an accident which proved to be fatal to amar singh. it is the case of the appellants that the deceased was going to talwara hydel project site where the work of respondent no. 1 was going on. respondent no. 1 is the company and respondent no.2 is the managing director of the company. the gypsy earlier belonged to the respondents but it was sold to m/s. r.c. saw mills. the driver rajinder singh was earlier in the service of respondent no. 1. when gypsy was sold to m/s. r.c. saw mills has services were also taken over by the said mill. the contention of the appellants is that deceased was going in the gypsy at the time of accident as a workman of the respondents for the work of the respondents under the employment of respondents.2. respondents vide their written statement, admitted that deceased amar singh was in their employment as adriver at the time of accident. the appellants have contended in their petition that amar singh was under the employment of respondents for 24 hours. this contention has been denied. it has further stated in the written statement that at the time of accident, amar singh was not performing any duty of the respondent and it was dussehra day and .....

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Dec 15 2000 (HC)

Amandeep Singh Vs. Director of Income-tax (investigation) and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-15-2000

Reported in : (2001)171CTR(P& H)581; [2001]252ITR139(P& H)

..... 1922), or this act by any person from whose possession or control such assets have been taken into custody by any officer or authority under any other law for the time being in force, then, the director-general or director or the chief commissioner or commissioner may authorise any joint director, joint commissioner, ..... as contemplated under section 132a of the income-tax act, 1961, one has necessarily to consider, whether the expression 'any officer or authority under any other law for the time being in force' in clause (c) of section 132a(1) can in cases of seizure by a police officer be held to ..... was holding the case property under the orders dated september 7, 1977, of a competent criminal court and, therefore, the custody of the property in law was that of the court. it was further held that since a court was neither an 'officer' nor an 'authority', the assets in the custody ..... been further observed that all the proceedings in the case, except the original order making over possession of the horse to the petitioner were bad in law and must be set aside. then come the pertinent observations--relied upon by mr. chokshi, the learned government pleader for the state. they ran thus ..... along with shri rajesh bindal, advocate, appearing on behalf of respondents nos. 1 and 2 submitted that there was no dispute about the proposition of law that once certain assets are seized by the police authorities, the same have to be dealt with in accordance with the procedure laid down under sections .....

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Aug 11 2000 (HC)

United India Insurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Darshan Kaur Etc.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-11-2000

Reported in : I(2001)ACC681; 2001ACJ998; (2000)126PLR826

m.l. singhal, j.1. vide order dated 18.7.1998, motor accidents claims tribunal, sirsa awarded rs. 50,000/- as compensation under head 'no fault liability to smt. darshan kaur and others-claimants in claim application filed by them against united india insurance company limited etc. under section 166 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 for the grant of compensation to them on account of the death of their bread-winner harjinder singh. as per the facts put forth in the claim application harjinder singh was travelling on 18.1.1997 in canter no. dl-il-6251 which was owned by him. on the way tyre of the canter burst and as a result of mishap, harjinder singh suffered fatal injuries. canter was being driven by gurnam singh. it was insured with the united india insurance company limited.2. aggrieved from this award passed under the 'no fault liability', united india insurance company limited has come up in revision to this court by invoking its jurisdiction under article 227 of the constitution of india.3. learned counsel for the petitioner submits that the united india insurance company limited is not liable to reimburse the claimants. united india insurance company limited would have been liable to reimburse if some body else had died while travelling by this canter in accident. it is submitted that the contract of insurance entered into between harjinder singh and the insurer (united india insurance company limited) is that the insurer will compensate the third party if it suffers .....

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Jul 06 2000 (HC)

Smt. Kasturi Devi and anr. Vs. Harbant Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-06-2000

Reported in : AIR2000P& H271

..... delivery of possession in execution of a decree for injunction passed in a suit for mandatory injunction to vacate the disputed premises was not justified. the law laid down in this authority would not apply to facts of the present case, where the court had passed a decree for prohibitory injunction and ..... balbir singh and defendant no. 4 om parkash from interfering in the possession of harbant singh plaintiff over the suit land except in due course of law.9. in the present case, it is not disputed before me that at no point of time harbant singh plaintiff was dispossessed from the suit land ..... of the land in question. reliance has placed on 1993 (2) cur lj 116, harbans singh v. daulat ram. reliance was also placed on the law laid down by this court in civil revision no. 315 of 1999, om parkash v. harbant singh etc. on 21-1-1999. reliance was also placed ..... the pendency of the said execution petition, om parkash defendant--judgment-debtor filed objections in the said execution petition, alleging therein that he was the lawful owner and in possession of land in dispute since 31-1-1989 on the basis of the sale deed and that harbant singh decree-holder had ..... singh and om parkash and they were restrained from interfering into the cultivating possession of the plaintiff over the suit land except in due course of law. subsequently harbant singh decree holder moved execution petition dated 18-12-1995 against balbir singh and om parkash defendants (judgment-debtors), alleging therein that after .....

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Jul 11 2000 (HC)

Union of India (Uoi) Vs. Harbans Singh Tuli and Sons Builders (P) Ltd.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-11-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR484

..... 1978 would not be applicable to the legal proceedings including arbitration proceedings pending before the commencement of the act on 19-8-1981.10. in view of the law laid down by their lordships of the supreme court in 1999 (4) scc 327 : (air 1999 sc 1614) (supra), holding that the arbitrator had ..... whole matter in issue by expressing opinion thereon and thus he was disqualified to act as an arbitrator in dispute arising under that lease. thus, the law laid down by the jammu and kashmir high court in thfs authority would have no application to the point in issue before me. thus, the preliminary ..... contract would not be relevant to determine, as to who was competent to file civil revision on behalf of union of india. if the ministry of law has issued a notification and has authorised various m.e.s. officers including chief engineers and surveyors of works etc. being competent to sign and verify ..... were competent to sign and verify the plaints and written statements etc. it was submitted that in view of the said notification of the ministry of law, it could not be said that the present revision petition filed by the surveyor of works was not competent or unauthorised.5. after hearing both sides ..... on the other hand, the learned counsel appearing for the petitioner-union of india submitted before me that as per the notification of the ministry of law, as amended from time to time various m.e.s. officers were competent to sign and verify plaints and written statements in suits in civil courts .....

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Mar 01 2000 (HC)

Mukhtiara and ors. Vs. Dharam Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-01-2000

Reported in : (2000)125PLR436

m.l. singhal, j. 1. this is civil revision filed by the plaintiffs against the order dated 31.3.1999 passed by additional civil judge, senior division, patiala whereby he dismissed their application for amendment of the plaint made under order 6 rule 17 of the code of civil procedure. it was a suit for permanent injunction filed by the plaintiffs against the defendants restraining them for dispossessing them from land measuring 44 bighas 18 biswas situated in village baron, tehsil and distt. patiala, as detailed in the heading of the plaint. it was alleged in the plaint that one inder singh alias santokh singh son of nand singh was owner of the land measuring 59 bighas 18 btswas. he died intestate and without leaving any heir. inheritance of inder singh was mutated in the name of patti-daran of patti hukmi of village baran vide mutation no. 1136 sanctioned on 26.11.1965. plaintiffs mukhtiara etc. and their deceased brother norata singh had been cultivating the land for many years even during the life time of inder singh alias santokh singh, norata singh died about 10 years ago leaving behind him widow smt. jasmer kaur. later on, application for partition was filed by dharam singh etc. against the plaintiffs and their brother norata singh urging that parties are patti-daran of patti hukmi compromise took place. land measuring 44 bighas 18 biswas fell to the share of plaintiff s and their brother norata singh. remaining 15 bighas was allotted to dharam singh etc. mukhtiara .....

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Feb 04 2000 (HC)

Municipal Committee Vs. Bhojia Cement Services Pvt. Ltd. and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-04-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR57

..... pursuance of notice dated 31.5.91 under section 73 of the punjab municipal act, 1911 to them in view of his findings that the said notice was illegal, against law, fact and in violation of the provisions of the punjab municipal act and municipal committee, bathinda was directed through mandatory injunction to issue 0-2 transit passes to the plaintiffs .....

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