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Apr 28 2000 (HC)

The State of Haryana and anr. Vs. Sohan Lal Kalra

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-28-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR105

..... act to extend the time even after the making of the award. the arbitrator has no such power and even the parties in view of the provision of law contained in sub-section (2) of section 28 cannot confer such power on the arbitrator alone. the parties, however, in a case of arbitration without the ..... by the arbitrator cannot sustain for a moment in the eyes of law.15. the learned counsel for the state further sought to crave indulgence of the court that the arguments now being advanced by the appellant were not advanced ..... to commence arbitration proceedings within the period of four months of the entering upon reference by sh. b.p. jindal.i have carefully perused the decided case law on this subject and in my opinion the authority cited at the bar is on all fours applicable to the present case. in these circumstances the award passed ..... anr. v. sohan lal kalra, as in the opinion of this court, both the revisions can be disposed of by one judgment because the point of law for determination in both the revisions is the same.2. the brief facts of the case are that the respondent sohan lal kalra used to work as a ..... his mind to the dispute or controversy before him depending on the facts and circumstances of each case.13. in view of the above case law relied upon by the counsel for the petitioners, this court is of the considered opinion that the view taken by the first appellate court was not according .....

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Sep 22 2000 (HC)

Ram Niwas Vs. the Presiding Officer, Labour Court, Faridabad

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-22-2000

Reported in : (2001)IILLJ1164P& H

..... of non-renewal of contract of service/non-extension of the term of employment.'the law laid down in the authority cited above is fully applicable to the facts of the present case. we, therefore, find force in the contention raised by the learned counsel for ..... ) passed by respondent no. 1 -the presiding officer, labour court-11. faridabad and they are being heard together and are disposed of by this common judgment as common questions of law and facts are involved therein.2. petitioner-workman has filed a writ under article 226 of the constitution of india in the nature of certio-rari for quashing the award ..... the employer will be upheld. in all other cases, the termination qf service will be treated as retrenchment unless they are covered by other exceptions set out hereinaoove.' applying the law laid down in the above mentioned decision, we hold that the impugned award passed by the labour court suffers from an error of ..... law apparent on the face of it because the labour court has failed to apply itself to the background in which the services of the petitioner were terminated on the pretext .....

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Oct 31 2000 (HC)

Paras Rice Mills, Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-31-2000

Reported in : [2001]248ITR353(P& H)

..... /the concerned income-tax officer and approval of the commissioner for such retention is obtained. in other words, two conditions must be fulfilled before such extended retention becomes permissible in law : (a) reasons in writing must be recorded by the authorised officer or the concerned income-tax officer seeking the commissioner's approval, and (b) obtaining of the commissioner's approval ..... from the commissioner of income-tax, rohtak, dated march 19, 1996, and the same was not conveyed within 180 days of the search and seizure operation as was required under law.'9. the respondents have filed a reply to the replication, but the statement made in para. 10 of the replication about the non-receipt of any communication prior to july .....

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Feb 03 2000 (HC)

Associated Cement Company Ltd. and anr. Vs. Commercial Gases

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-03-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR389a

..... and not to ors. of ex. d-1. the parties elected to vest the jurisdiction only in bilaspur courts and as such the impugned order cannot sustain the scrutiny of law.14. for the reasons aforestated, i have no hesitation in holding that the impugned order suffers from an error of jurisdiction apparent on the face of the record. the parties ..... other courts except the courts at bilaspur only in regard to the controversy regarding rates with respect of gas cylinders is not in con sonance with the settled principles of law. it is a settled cannon of interpretation of documents and more particularly agreement that the document should be read in its entirety and in a composite manner. the dispute may ..... , residing at bilaspur. the clause vesting jurisdiction in courts at bilaspur can neither be termed as invalid nor opposed to public policy. such agreements are permissible in commercial and mercantile laws. at this stage, reference can be made to the very judgment relied upon by the learned counsel for the defendant in the case of angile insulations (supra). the hon'ble ..... vague, it is not hit by sections 23 and 28 of the contract act. this cannot be understood as parties contacting against the statute. mercantile law and practice permit such agreements.6. in this view of the law and in view of the fact, that the agreement under which clause (21) was incorporated as one such clause, the parties are bound by .....

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Sep 29 2000 (HC)

Gopal Krishan Chatrath Vs. Bar Council of India Through Its Secretary

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-29-2000

Reported in : AIR2001P& H41

..... all india consultative meeting or bar councils, universities, ugc and state governments, which in fact had been sponsored and organised by bar council of india in association with national law school of india university, banglore, reference 'reforming legal education.' the perusal of the letter does not show any reference to the said consultative meeting. in fact the entire ..... provided that the actual time for classroom lectures is not less than 20 hours per week. the counsel made tremendous efforts in substantiating his argument by stating that the law colleges which are running evening sessions including allthe universities are not adhering to these norms, therefore, it was felt necessary that the evening sessions should be done away with ..... anupam gupta, advocate, appearing for panjab university placed an affidavit on record filed by prof. paramjit singh, registrar, panjab university on behalf of panjab university and department of laws in which it has been categorically averred that the university had not been consulted before promulgating the impugned rule. the relevant para of the affidavit reads as under :-'that no ..... . these are whole-time institutions/colleges for both morning and evening sessions. in the additional affidavit dated september 12, 2000, it has been reiterated that the department of laws, panjab university makes admission on the basis of entrance test in morning and evening sessions and teaching is imparted as whole-time college/department in both the sessions.8. .....

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May 03 2000 (HC)

Additional Chief Engineer/Director Construction and ors. Vs. S.P. Chop ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-03-2000

Reported in : (2000)126PLR84

..... v. salween timber and construction co. (india) ltd. and another (supra) that decision, of the arbitrator right or wrong is not liable to be set aside, unless the error of law is apparent on the face of the award and a claim more than three years old may yet be alive by reason of acknowledgement in writing made by the debtor ..... out of a contract and if the partnership firm is not registered, sub section (2) of section 69 of the partnership act, provided that such a suit was incompetent. the law enunciated by punjab and haryana high court in buta mal dev raj's case (supra) is thus unexceptionable. in the authority of jagdish chandra gupta's case (supra); there was ..... him to make any payment whatsoever. the award of the arbitrator directing the president of india to make payment of the amount due to the contractor cannot be made in law.the subject-matter of the arbitration was a contract between the union of india on the one hand and the contractor on the other. the contract, however, had been entered .....

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Aug 17 2000 (HC)

Harpal Singh Vs. Manvinder Kaur and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-17-2000

Reported in : I(2001)DMC436

..... valuables and gold ornaments with her which are in her possession as mentioned in schedule r1 attached to the written statement. petition under section 11 of the hindu marriage act was filed in the court of mr. 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 ..... subsisting when she contacted 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 ..... connection 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) applies.'10. with appreciation of evidence made by the two courts below, there can be no interference in regular second appeal. this appeal .....

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Jan 18 2000 (HC)

Smt. Santosh Rani and anr. Vs. Nand Lal and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-18-2000

Reported in : (2000)125PLR175

v.s. aggarwal, j1. the present revision petition had been filed by smt. santosh rani and another (hereinafter described as 'the petitioners') directed against the judgment of learned appellate authority, sirsa dated 10.12.1982. by virtue of the impugned judgment, the learned appellate authority set aside the order as passed by the learned rent controller. instead the petition for eviction was allowed and the petitioner was granted two month's time to vacate the premises.2. the relevant facts are that the respondents had preferred a petition for eviction with respect to the suit premises. it was asserted that the suit property had been let to ravinder kumar at a monthly rent of rs.500/-. the grounds of eviction pressed were that the tenant has failed to pay arrears of rent from 1.7.1977 and that the said tenant has sublet the premises to kishan lal and santosh rani (petitioners in the present revision petition). in the reply filed, the alleged tenant ravinder kumar stated that he was a tenant in the suit premises till 30.6.1977 at a monthly rent of rs.325/-. thereafter the possession was handed over by him to the landlord. the shop was pleaded to have thereafter let to kishan lal. the petitioners in their reply alleged that they were the tenants in the property at a monthly rent of rs.l00/- from 1.4.1977. there was a partnership styled as om traders. ravinder kumar was one of the partners. after he and her mother retired from the partnership, the petitioners continued the .....

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Jan 25 2000 (HC)

Smt. Joginder Kaur Vs. Huf of Kidar Nath and Sons and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-25-2000

Reported in : (2000)125PLR573

..... eviction could not be passed. the plea of the petitioner that proceedings for eviction should be stayed was also repelled.5. aggrieved by the same, hindu undivided family of kidar nath and sons preferred and appeal. the learned appellate authority had set aside the findings of the learned rent controller and concluded ..... not been registered, or, where there is an instrument of transfer, that the transfer has not been completed in the manner prescribed therefor by the law for the time being in force, the transferor or any person claiming under him shall be debarred from enforcing against the transferee and person claiming under ..... in its true sense. he can be in possession as a tenant but cannot become its owner, unless the agreement of sale was proved according to law and he actually purchased the property, i.e. house and other things, the defendant-respondent continues to be a tenant and that he has committed ..... as to how the status of a tenant was converted to be matured into the status of absolute rights of an owner. a substantial question of law is, in my opinion, involved and the same has incorrectly been decided by the lower appellate court. the decree of the lower appellate court, therefore ..... this term and previous litigation could be that tenancy was to continue and it could be terminated or eviction could be there in due course of law, especially when injunction suit was dismissed and the present landlords claim that they have become owners of house no.l 14 by way of the .....

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Nov 29 2000 (HC)

Shashi Bala Vs. Chandigarh Housing Board

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-29-2000

Reported in : AIR2001P& H228

jawahar lal gupta, j. 1. the petitioner corn-plains that the action of the chandigarh housing board in cancelling the allotment of the dwelling unit was arbitrary, unfair and violative of the principles of natural justice. she prays that the order dated july 3, 1999, a copy of which has been produced as annexure p-4 with the writ petition, be quashed, a few facts as relevant for the decision of the case may be briefly noticed.2. the board invited applications for the allotment ofdwelling units constructed for the persons belonging 10 the category of low income group. the petitioner was one of the applicants. since the number of applicants was more than the available units, it was decided to make allotment by draw of lots. the lots were actually drawn on november 5, 1998. the petitioner was lucky. she was allotted unit no. 2359/3 in sector 45-c, chandigarh.3. under the terms of allotment, the petitioner had to pay an amount of rs. 16,655/- by february 25, 1989. this amount represented 25% of the total price of the unit. apprehending some financial difficulty, the petitioner had requested for the grant of extension of time. the request was accepted vide letter dated december 30. 1988, a copy of which has been produced as annexure p-1 with the writ petition. the petitioner was allowed to make the payment by march 27,1989. the petitioner actually paid rs. 15,665/- on february 25, 1989. she deposited the balance of rs. 1,000/- on march27, 1989. thus, the full amount as due was .....

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