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Jul 26 2000 (SC)

The Factory Manager, Cimmco Wagon Factory Vs. Virendra Kumar Sharma an ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-26-2000

Reported in : AIR2000SC2524; [2000(86)FLR772]; JT2000(8)SC229; (2000)IILLJ775SC; 2000(5)SCALE290; (2000)6SCC554; [2000]Supp1SCR678; 2000(2)LC1143(SC); (2000)3UPLBEC1865

..... in certain circumstances, enhanced penalty after previous conviction etc. the act provides for the health, safety, welfare, aspects of worker in factories. it was enacted to consolidate and amend the law regulating labour in factories. the presumption under section 103 of the act as already noticed above is to be raised for the purpose of the said act. even otherwise on ..... respondent was not a workman, raising a presumption under section 103 of the act in his favour was not correct. at any rate there were no good reasons sustainable in law to upset the finding of fact recorded by the labour court based on the evidence placed on record after proper appreciation of the same and more so when the award .....

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Aug 10 2000 (SC)

G.B. Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar, Nainita ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-10-2000

Reported in : AIR2000SC2695; [2000(87)FLR7]; JT2000(9)SC67; (2000)IILLJ1109SC; 2000(5)SCALE569; (2000)7SCC109; [2000]Supp2SCR391; 2000(2)LC1517(SC); (2000)3UPLBEC2200

..... adduced on behalf of the university to controvert this documentary and oral evidence. in these facts and circumstances, it cannot be said that the findings suffer from any error of law. the relationship of employer and the employees between the university and the cafeteria staff is established from the provisions contained in the act, the statutes and the regulations framed thereunder ..... to statutory documents no longer survives. the principle of corporate jurisprudence is now being imbibed onto industrial jurisprudence and there is a long catena of cases in regard thereto - the law thus is not in a state of fluidity since the situation is more or less settled. as regards interpretation widest possible amplitude shall have to be offered in the matter ..... obligation to see that the society thrives. the deprivation of the weaker section we had for long, but time has now come to cry halt and it is for the law courts to rise up to the occasion and grant relief to a seeker of a just cause and just grievance. economic justice is not a mere legal jargon but in ..... with an observation that the impugned award of the labour court are perfectly justified in the facts and circumstances of the case and do not suffer from any error of law. it is this order which is under challenge in this appeal being civil appeal no. 13087 of 1996 and 13089 of 1996 (g.b. pant university of agriculture and technology .....

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Aug 22 2000 (SC)

R.D. Saxena Vs. Balram Prasad Sharma

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-22-2000

Reported in : AIR2000SC3049; 2001ALLMR(Cri)375(SC); 2000(5)ALT1(SC); 2001(1)BLJR174; 2000(3)CTC757; JT2000(9)SC432; 2000(3)KLT438(SC); 2000MPLJ613(SC); 2000(6)SCALE42; (2000)7SCC264; [20

..... as security for his costs of such recovery.33. according to cordery 'on solicitors' - seventh edition, the retaining lien is founded on the general law of lien which springs from possession and is governed by the same rules as other cases of possessory lien. per evershed mr in barratt v. gough ..... the client bestowed on him in token of his gratitude. the lawyers were considered as officers of the court, the tradition being that the law was an honorary occupation and not a means of livelihood. early advocates were generally persons in holy orders who rendered their services to the weak ..... 30. however with the passage of time professional assistance ceased to be gratuitous. with the multiplicity of the proceedings, increase in litigation and complicacies of law, the legal assistance could not be in the nature of a mere social obligation and the services rendered as honorary, because a great deal of ..... entertain concerning it.21. the expression 'professional misconduct' was attempted to be defined by darling, j., in in re a solicitor ex parte the law society (1912)1 kb 302 in the following terms:it is shown that an advocate in the pursuit of his profession has done something with ..... bench has distinguished an earlier decision of the bombay high court in tyabji dayabhai & co. v. jetha devji & co. : air1927bom542 wherein the english law relating to the solicitors lien was followed. subsequently, a full bench of the madras high court in 1943 followed the decision of the division bench. a full .....

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Oct 31 2000 (SC)

Himachal Pradesh State Financial Corporation, Shimla Vs. Prem Nath Nan ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-31-2000

Reported in : [2001]104CompCas281(SC); 2000(4)CTC499; 2000(7)SCALE256; (2000)8SCC528; [2000]Supp4SCR301; 2001(1)LC239(SC)

r. p. sethi, j.1. the only point in controversy in the present appeal is as to whether the respondent-loaner is also entitled to interest at the rate of 13% on the amount to be refunded which was admittedly realised by the sale of his industrial unit, in excess of his liability in a loan transaction.2. vide the impugned judgment in this appeal, the high court has directed the refund of the excess amount, if any, after calculations along with interest at the rate of 13%, the rate on which the corporation is stated to have charged the respondents on the amount of loan advanced to him.3. the facts giving rise to the present appeal are that on his request the appellant-corporation sanctioned on 18-12-1983 a term loan of rs. 15 lacs against the total cost of the project of the respondent for construction of a hotel unit. the appellant-corporation had also sanctioned an additional loan of rs. 5.50 lacs on 6-8-1986. the total sanctioned loan of rs. 20.50 lacs was dispersed(sic) to the respondents during the period from 6-7-1984 to 1-5-1987. the respondents committed defaults in the payment of the loan amount with the result that the appellant-corporation took over the possession of the hotel under section 29 of the state financial corporations act, 1951 (hereinafter called 'the act'). notices for sale of the hotel were advertised in the newspapers. four parties negotiated the sale of the assets of the hotel with the appellant-corporation. the offer of m/s. pradeep kapur & associates .....

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Nov 28 2000 (SC)

Hamzabi and ors. Vs. Syed KarimuddIn and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-28-2000

Reported in : (2001)2MLJ27(SC); 2000(7)SCALE651; [2000]Supp5SCR99; 2001(1)LC317(SC)

..... required to be registered, has not been registered, or, where there is an instrument of transfer, that the transfer has not been completed in the manner prescribed therefore 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 persons claiming under him any right in ..... required to be registered, has not been registered, or, where there is an instrument of transfer, that the transfer has not been completed in the manner prescribed therefore by the law for the time being in force, the transferor or any person claiming under him is debarred from enforcing against the transferee any right in respect of the property of which ..... during the proceedings before the trial court. the remaining petitioners challenged the decision of the assistant judge before the high court. the high court held that as a matter of law the equity of redemption was not extinguished even if the conditions under section 53-a of the act had been fulfilled by the petitioners. as such, the high court was ..... finding of the high court whether the appellants were ready and willing to perform their part of agreement dated the 8th july, 1953, presumably this was because the principle of law enunciated by the high court was unacceptable. the appeal was directed to be heard after the finding of the high court on the point was received, on the evidence on .....

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Mar 28 2000 (SC)

State of Haryana Vs. Jasvinder Singh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-28-2000

Reported in : JT2000(9)SC163

..... high court has brushed aside their evidence on the ground that they are closely related and the evidence of pw-10 indicates that his wife - gurvinder kaur and mother-in-law daljit kaur has no joint account in the bank at ambala from which account, it is alleged, that the money of rs. 10,000 and rs. 5,000 has been ..... are inimically disposed of and being related to the deceased and, therefore, their evidence does not stand the strictest scrutiny which is required to be made by a court of law before accepting the testimony in question. ultimately, the high court acquitted the accused persons of the charge under section 498a, i.p.c. also.4. the learned counsel for the ..... the accused-appellants of the said charge, but relying upon the testimony of the brother of the deceased (pw-9), brother-in-law of the deceased (pw-10), the maternal uncle of the accused (pw-8) and mother-in-law of pw- 9 (pw-11), came to the conclusion that the ingredients of section 498a i.p.c. have been duly established .....

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Oct 31 2000 (HC)

P.N. Krishna Murthy Vs. Cooperative for American Relief Everywhere

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Oct-31-2000

Reported in : 2000VIIAD(Delhi)1009; AIR2001Delhi258; 88(2000)DLT506; 2001(2)RAJ87

..... a 'nil' statement of accounts and stated in their and affidavit - 'that the defendant (care) is an international voluntary agency and faithfully keeps all accounts and documents as required by law. some documents are forwarded to its head office at new york certain others are handed to international agencies through whom it receives funds and grants and its own account is .....

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Feb 07 2000 (HC)

Charan Singh Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-07-2000

Reported in : 2000IIIAD(Delhi)111; [2000(86)FLR295]

..... provision (union of india vs . h.n. kirtania. : [1989]3scr397 and gujarat state electricity board vs . a.r. sungomal poshani. : (1989)iillj470sc ). it is also an admitted position in law like that such guidelines relating to transfer confer no right on the employees and employee cannot file the writ petition for enforcement of these guidelines. (bank of india vs . jagjit ..... very rightly considered and rejected the representations submitted by the petitioner against his transfer. 5.i have considered the respective submissions of both the parties. it is now well settled law that it is right of the employer to transfer an employee and transfer can be interfered with by the courts only if it is mala fide or against any statutory .....

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Dec 21 2000 (HC)

M/S. E. Merck (India) Ltd. and Another Vs. Union of India and Another

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-21-2000

Reported in : 2001IIAD(Delhi)270; AIR2001Delhi326; 90(2001)DLT60; 2001(57)DRJ430

..... the order of the government can be canvassed and, indeed, it has no jurisdiction to substitutions own view...for the entirety of the power, jurisdiction and discretion...is vested by law in the government'.25. similarly, in asif hameed vs.jammu & kashmir : [1989]3scr19 , the supreme court enumerated the power of judicial review of administrative action in the following words ..... decision of the government in issuing the impugned notification dated 14th october, 1999 is absolutely logical and rational. learned counsel further submitted that it is a settled position in law that when the government takes a decision on the basis of the recommendation of the experts of the field, even if another view is possible, the courts would not ..... government were not fulfilled. such a decision, it was submitted, was clearly unsustainable and could be judicially reviewed. for this proposition, reliance was placed on barium chemicals laboratories versus company law board : [1967]1scr898 , rohtas industries versus s.d. aggarwal : [1969]3scr108 .4. it was further submitted that the entire record produced by the respondents shows that the reason ..... dtab or drug consultative committee while arriving at its satisfaction. a decision without following any principle or rule is unpredictable and antithesis of a decision in accordance with rule and law. it was the contention of the petitioners that nothing is placed by the government to show any material in support of banning the drug. on the contrary, there .....

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Oct 24 2000 (HC)

Dda Self Finance Flats Owners Society (Regd.) and Others Vs. Uoi and O ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Oct-24-2000

Reported in : 2000VIIAD(Delhi)1213; AIR2001Delhi39; 88(2000)DLT786; 2000(57)DRJ70

..... making payments of four installments and part of the 5th instalment, the dda is estopped from acting contrary to the scheme. she argued that it was an established principle of law that when a party alters its position pursuant to a promise or assurance of another party, the latter cannot be allowed to go back on the promise or assurance which ..... flats ready for allotment. clause (14) of the scheme has to be understood in this context - the steady rise in the cost of construction and of land. no provision of law also could be brought to our notice in support of the proposition that mere draw of lots vests an indefeasible right in the allottee for allotment at the price obtaining .....

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