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May 11 1949 (PC)

Deep Chandra Vs. Ruknuddaula Shamsher Jang Nawab Mohammad Sajjad Ali K ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-11-1949

Reported in : AIR1951All93

..... with tyagaraja's case . there was no dispute in tukaram's case, (a. i. r. (10) 1923 bom. 236:76 i. c. 215) about the formation of a contract. it was an undisputed fact that a contract had been entered into and its terms reduced to writing. it was not contended that its operation was subject to the fulfilment of any condition precedent ..... cited establish this proposition that, when it is a point in issue in a case, whether negotiations started, with the object of forming a contract, were still open to bargaining or had resulted in the formation of a contract, the decision should depend on the intention of the parties, to be ascertained from all the facts and circumstances of that particular case. it ..... implied covenants of conveyances as mentioned in the above enactments are most certainly implied in the contracts of sale even now, so also will they be deemed to be implied in indian contracts of sale when we have a corresponding provision in section 55(2), t. p. act, even assuming for the sake of argument that the section refers to conveyances only.134. my ..... that it was a mere request or an expression of a desire as to the manner in which the transaction should go through and thus related not to the formation, of the contract but to the performance of it. on the other hand, it was contended on behalf of the respondents that the plaintiff was not willing to purchase the property without .....

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Jun 24 1949 (PC)

Sir Gulab Singh Vs. District Magistrate

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jun-24-1949

Reported in : AIR1950All11

..... may refer to another aspect of the case. i have pointed out that the governor-general had the power given to him by an act of parliament, namely, the indian independence act, of adapting existing indian laws to the indian independence act, the scope of which has already been defined. i have pointed out that the word 'adaptation' connotes the idea of bringing the provisions ..... at fixes the essential character of federalism. for the method by which federalism attempts to reconcile the apparently inconsistent claims of national sovereignty and of state sovereignty consists of the formation of a constitution under which the ordinary powers of sovereignty are elaborately divided between the common or national government and the separate states. the details of this division vary ..... 1947, dated 14th august 1947.4. in order to appreciate the contentions of the learned counsel, it is necessary, first of all, to refer to the relevant provisions of the indian independence act. this act was passed by british parliament on 18th july 1947. the main object of it was to set up two independent dominions with sovereign powers. section 2 of the ..... method whereby the territories of the two dominions which were carved out of what was formerly british india could be either contracted or expanded. it was further made clear by sub-section (4) that it would be permissible for indian states to accede to either of the two new dominions. section 6 conferred extra-territorial jurisdiction on the new dominions and .....

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