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Sep 21 2001 (HC)

Tamil Nadu MIn Oppanthakararkal MIn Eanipalarkal Central Association R ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-21-2001

Reported in : (2001)3MLJ771

..... said requirement is replaced by the consumer himself giving the declaration that the wiring had been carried out by a competent licensed contractor as per the conditions laid under the indian electricity act, 1910. the impugned notification itself gives out the reasons for changing nature of certification. it is stated that there were complaints of avoidable delay in effecting service connections ..... statute (rule 45) requires certification by a licensed contractor. this is a positive requirement. the annexure which is also a part of the statute has prescribed the format and the said format cannot be amended or altered without invoking the rule making power. it cannot be done by an administrative order. it is settled to be done in a particular manner ..... liable to be set aside. if the members of the public have any genuine grievance, some other methology has to be visualised. if there is any exploitation by the contracts or as mr. praskah contends that the contractors have no better personal qualification than the wireman, then it is necessary to carry out the required changes in the rules ..... the consumers should furnish undertakings that the wiring of the electrical fittings are done by the competent licensed contractor/ electrician as stipulated under the electricity act. the board has not interfered with or restricted the contract between the consumer and the electrical contractor. the board has also not prevented the work of the electrical contractor being proceeded with. there is .....

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Apr 24 2001 (HC)

A. Sarabanu Vs. A.M.A. Asmathullah (Died) by His L.Rs. and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-24-2001

Reported in : (2001)3MLJ408

..... , the same was forbidden by law and consequently void by virtue of application of section 6(b) of the transfer of property act read with section 23 of the indian contract act.17. the violations pointed out by the appellant are that the first defendant sold the minors property under ex.a-4 to his ..... development authority v. daulat mal jain wherein it has been held that a sale which was opposed to public policy was void under section 23 of the contract act, 1872, and that consequently, the respondents therein acquired no right, title or interest either under the sale deeds or agreements entered into by them with ..... may be void in relation to a specified person and may be valid or voidable between the parties thereto is not applicable to an agreement the very formation whereof the law interdicts; or which is of such a character that, if permitted, it would frustrate the provisions of any law; or is ..... the suit by the quondam minor to set aside such a sale after three years of attaining majority was barred by the article 44 of the indian limitation act. therefore the only violation which was pointed out and discussed by the learned judge was that the property was not sold for double its value ..... court that maintenance would include marriage expenses also was not proper. the learned counsel by relying on section 23 of the contract act and also section 6 of the transfer of property act contended that the suit transaction under ex.a-4 was a void one and in the circumstances the suit laid by .....

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Nov 13 2001 (HC)

United Labour Federation Vs. Union of India Represented by Its Secreta ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-13-2001

Reported in : (2002)1MLJ257

..... carriers, tlts, reach stackers, etc. on modern lines and operate it on eot basis for a concession period of 30 years. (c) the terms & conditions to be adopted, the format of documents, format of agreement, procedures for bidding and evaluation of bids, etc. will be in accordance with the guidelines of the ministry for privatisation and read with the recommendations of the ..... set up by the 2nd respondent, the later action of the 2nd respondent in deviating from the earlier act and then awarding contract in favour of the 5th respondent as a specialised solution, is not only illegal but also arbitrary, infracting article 14 of the indian constitution. it is also the learned counsel's plea that non-invitation of the workers in the ..... decision is shown to be patently arbitrary, discriminatory or mala fide. (g) in zippers karamchari union v. union of india and ors. , the supreme court was dealing with awarding of contract to one y.k.k. corporation, japan, an international group company, to set up an integrated plant for manufacturing zip fasteners with 100% owned capital investment with no export obligation ..... development and management of container terminal of chennai port trust, which is hereinafter referred to as the 'container terminal'. the 3rd respondent was directed to proceed further to conclude the contract with the 5th respondent. 6. meanwhile, on 2.8.2000, a memorandum of settlement was entered into by the management of all the major ports with the labour federations under .....

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Nov 12 2001 (HC)

international Air Cargo Workers' Union Vs. International Airport Autho ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-12-2001

Reported in : (2002)IILLJ79Mad

..... and in movement of cargo in the said complex, in co-ordination with the customs authorities. a company by name airfreight ltd., which was registered under the companies act was awarded a contract through which its services were engaged by the authority for loading and unloading of cargo, and other connected work at the madras airport. subsequently in the year 1985, the ..... by the name of international air cargo workers union in the year 1987. they were also the members of airport industrial co-operative service society (in short apinscos). after the formation of the society, the workers were engaged only by the society, and not by the i.a.a.i. they were never the direct workers of the i.a.a ..... tribunal as an appellate court, the division bench reversed the conclusion of the learned single judge and confirmed the finding recorded by the tribunal. against the said order, the management-indian overseas bank has preferred an appeal before the supreme court. in such a circumstance, their lordships have observed, in '17. the learned single judge seems to have undertaken an exercise ..... by this court exercising jurisdiction under article 226 of the constitution is very limited. in this regard, it is relevant to refer a recent judgment of the supreme court in indian overseas bank v. i. o. b. staff canteen workers union : in that case, the factual findings recorded by the tribunal in favour of the workmen based on acceptable evidence, the .....

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Jan 25 2001 (HC)

K. Jagannathan Vs. A.M. Vasudevan Chettiar and 12 Others

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-25-2001

Reported in : AIR2001Mad184; (2001)1MLJ614

..... 5 and 8 were doing business jointly. ex.b-2 dated 1.4.65 is the joint partnership agreement between the said persons. after the formation of the partnership firm, the firm was assessed to income-tax as evidenced by ex.b-3 dated 21.3.67. ex.b-4 is ..... sales under the name and style v. chandrasekaran. (5) dalmia cement agency in the name of v. chandrasekaran. (6) neiveli urea agency, mannargudi. (7) highways contract in the name of a.m. nagamaiyan chettiar, (8) public carrier mdf 2290 in the name of a.m. vasudevan, (9) national credit corporation, madukkur (a. ..... be open, the statute remains within the constitutional limits, the court will prefer the latter on the ground that the legislature is presumed to have acted in accordance with the constitution and courts generally lean in favour of the constitutionally of the statutory provisions. 10. we are of the view that ..... the section has to be struck down as unconstitutional as it undoubtedly violates gender-equality, one of the basic principles of our constitution. the hmg act came into force in 1956, i.e., six years after the constitution. did the parliament intend to transgress me constitutional limits or ignore the ..... the judgment of the supreme court in githa hariharan v. reserve bank of india, . the honourable three judges bench considered section 6(a) of the act. since their lordships have considered the definition 'guardian', 'natural guardian' as well assection 6, we are constrained to refer the entire discussion of their lordships .....

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