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Dec 16 1971 (HC)

Jwala Prasad Vs. Board of Revenue, M.P., Gwalior and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1972MP111; 1972MPLJ381

..... into force under which the rewa land revenue and tenancy code, 1935, was repealed. it is not disputed that the proceedings would be governed by the abolition act read with vindhya pradesh land revenue and tenancy act, 1953. under section 14 of the vindhva pradesh land revenue and tenancy act, 1953, revisional powers were conferred on the board of revenue in those cases where an appeal ..... , forfeiture, or punishment as aforesaid. in g. ogden industries pty. ltd. v. lucas, (1969) 1 all er 121, the judicial committee held that 'the mere right existing at the date of the repealing statute to take advantage of the provisions of the act repealed was not a 'right accrued' within the meaning of the saving clause.' in another case. director of public works v ..... can be predicated in favour of a litigant on the institution of the action. * * * * * * by the very terms of section 5-b of east puniab act 14 of 1947. finality attaches to it on the making of the order. even if there be. in law. any such right at all as the right to a determination with the attribute of finality, it can in ..... finality was given to the appellate order passed by the collector and also the us having started before the madhya pradesh land revenue code, 1959, the old procedure was applicable. in this view of the matter, the board of revenue did not consider the revision on merits and simply set aside the order of the .....

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Apr 21 1995 (HC)

Wilfred Vs. Maniyar

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : II(1995)ACC517; 1995ACJ673; ILR1995KAR1908; 1995(3)KarLJ591

..... not make any provision to control the proceedings pending on the date of the amendment. this is a partial repeal and it is relevant to advert that when the object of the act is only to repeal a portion of an act. the words 'shall be omitted' is normally used (see halsbury's laws of england, 3rd edition, volume 36, page 462). hence the amending act 1994 repealed section ..... 6 of the general clauses act. it stated as hereunder:'...having actually initiated the ..... the period of limitation and that the said right is preserved by reason of the provision of section 6 of the general clauses act. 1897. the supreme court rejected the contention on the ground that the claimant having not initiated proceedings when the tribunal had powers to condone delay and set in motion the right under 1939 enactment, it cannot be said that ..... the right to make such an application without actually invoking the same can be said to be a vested right saved under section .....

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Apr 13 2007 (HC)

Jose Maveli, Director Vs. State of Kerala and anr.

Court : Kerala

Reported in : 2007CriLJ2709

..... sent to a person/institution, naturally, such person/ institution shall also have the same statutory duties and liabilities to restore the child, as stated in section 39 of the act.20. the committee also has powers under section 33 of the act to restore the 'child in need of care and protection' to his parent. guardian etc., and give them suitable directions. as per explanation to ..... aim of the institution must be to put the children in 'parental environment', in tune with the object of the act and not to make an unsustainable claim over the children for permanent custody,27. it ii enough if the institution or committee, as the ease may be, is prima facie satisfied that the person claiming the children is the parent or guardian ..... while granting permission, the authority has to record the reasons in writing.95. in the above circumstances, i hereby order that no newspaper, magazine, news-sheet or visual media shall make any publication disclosing the name, address or school or any other particulars which would enable identification of the children involved in this case and no picture of such children be ..... interest of the welfare of the children. but, they miserably failed to discharge their duties, in accordance with law.'restoration' is prime object:18. the prime object of the act is to restore the child to parents and parental environment. section 39 of the act reads as follows:section 39. restoration.- (1) restoration of and protection to a child shall be the prime objective of any .....

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Apr 30 1954 (SC)

The State of Uttar Pradesh Vs. Seth Jagamander Das and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1954SC683

..... to see for ourselves there are no adequate grounds for reversing that judgment and for allowing the appeal.6. the defence of india act was enacted in exercise of the powers granted under section 102 of the government of india act, 1935. the control order under which the respondents were being prosecuted related to a subject contained in the provincial list (list ii of ..... of the constitution it could no longer be continued as section 6 of the general clauses act had no application to the repeal of the government of india act, 1935, by the constitution. in the result it reached the conclusion that the prosecution being under the defence of india act, which had expired, and as the law, under which it was allowed to continue, also became ..... emergency which existed in 1939 when the defence of india act was passed was continuing when the control order was passed in 1942. section 1(4) of the defence of india act provided that the act shall remain in force during the continuance of the war and for a ..... the seventh schedule of the government of india act, 1935) and but for the proclamation of emergency the central government would not have been competent to make it.the .....

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Dec 17 1973 (HC)

Controller of Estate Duty Vs. Estate of Late H.R. Goosey (by K.S. Naga ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [1974]97ITR193(Mad)

..... in the nature of an exception to this generality of the provision in section 5, that excludes certain properties situate outside india. the provisions of the pondicherry administration act, 1962, provided for the continuance of the laws in force in pondicherry until amended or repealed by a competent legislature. sections 3(1) and 3(3) of regulation 3 of 1963 read as ..... follows:''3. (1) the acts specified in part i of the schedule shall extend to, and come ..... to such extension. the assistant controller of estate duty rejected this claim holding that pondicherry became part of the indian territory with its de jure transfer on and from august 18, 1962, and that, therefore, any movable or immovable property owned by the deceased in pondicherry will be movable or immovable property in india from august 16, 1962. ..... amended article 240 of the constitution enabling the president to make regulations for the peace, progress and good government of the union territory of pondicherry until a legislature is created and begins to function in respect of that territory. in exercise of this power under article 240, the president promulgated the taxation laws (extension to union territories) regulation, 1963. this .....

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Oct 12 1990 (HC)

Shri Dharmarayaswamy Temple Vs. Chinnathayappa

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1990KAR4242

..... which had been granted to a religious institution as an inam or whether the power of the government under section 2 of the mysore religious and charitable institutions act, 1927 is limited to grant approval to a proposal of the committee of management of a religious institution to grant a lease of the property belonging ..... pieces of lands (i.e., 14 1/6 and 22 guntas of lands in s.no, 79 of sarvamanya neelasandra village) in accordance with law. we make it clear that the aforesaid common order of the additional special deputy commissioner dated 10-7-1964 shall remain undisturbed in regard to the rest of ..... by the same person had been rejected and the occupancy rights had been granted in favour of an inamdar under any of the enactments repealed by the land reforms act. it is also equally clear that the land tribunal in such cases could grant occupancy rights if only such person claims to have ..... conditions of the said government order in appeal and did not acquire any permanent tenancy before the inam village vested in the government on 1-4-1959.however, learned counsel for the petitioners submitted that before the government passed the order of stay, the revenue authorities had recovered from some of ..... deemed tenants under section 4 of the land reforms act, is patently untenable. for the reasons aforesaid, we hold that the order of the land tribunal granting occupancy rights to respondents-1, 3, 4 and 6 to 10 suffers from patent error of law and is liable to be set aside.18. now we come .....

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Apr 09 1986 (HC)

Ganpat Singh Vs. Kailash Shanker and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : 1986(2)WLN343

..... , i am of the view that the matter which is dealt with under article 134 of the limitation act is fully covered under article 136 of the limitation act by virtue of amendment made in section 47, cpc and article 134 of the limitation act stands impliedly repealed.8. in the premises aforesaid, the application for delivery of possession moved by the decree-holder purchaser ..... property at a sale in execution of the decree is a subject-matter of execution, discharge or satisfaction of the decree. it is a well settled principle of interpretation of law of limitation that in cases where two articles are equally applicable the rule is that article, which keeps alive the right of the party, must be preferred in comparison or ..... the executing court and a separate suit is barred.5. the question that arises for further consideration is what would be the effect if the decree-holder purchaser fails to make an application under the provisions of order 21, rule 95, cpc for the delivery of possession of the property to him from the judgment debtor, within the time prescribed under ..... of the property of the judgment-debtors only on the basis of the confirmation of the sale on the allowing of the appeal, a.s. no. 294 of 1972, on 18-2-1976, and if he did not care to file an application for delivery within one year from that date as required under article 134 of the limitation .....

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Apr 04 2005 (HC)

Asha Ram Vs. Hakam Raj

Court : Rajasthan

Reported in : III(2005)ACC347; 2006ACJ2730; 2005(3)WLC591

..... record of the appeal.5. the learned counsel for the parties are in agreement that by section 53 of the motor vehicles (amendment) act, 1994, sub-section (3) of section 166 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 has been repealed; the result of the repealing of sub-section (3) of section 166 of the act, 1988, is that no period of limitation is prescribed for preferring the claim petition in ..... parliament has not prescribed any limitation for filing the claim petition. the motor vehicles act, 1988 is special law and holds the fields, and the limitation act cannot be applied in the matter, more so when section 166(3) of the act, 1988 has been repealed. the delay in filing the claim petition may have relevance only on the point of awarding the interest to ..... claimant-appellant sustained 13 injuries. he filed the claim petition before the learned tribunal on 16.3.1994. along with the claim petition he filed an application under section 5 of the limitation act.3. learned tribunal under the impugned award, dismissed the claim petition of claimant-appellant only on the ground that it is barred by limitation, hence this appeal.4 ..... of amendment of section 166(3) of the act, 1988 in its correct perspective. in case what it is held by the learned tribunal is accepted then indirectly what parliament has done for the benefit of the claimants, will be taken away by judicial process. the limitation for filing the claim petition was prescribed under the act and that has been repealed, meaning thereby .....

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Aug 30 2017 (HC)

Mahendra vs.union of India & Ors

Court : Delhi

..... the account of the beneficiaries, then, all beneficiaries specified in the notification for acquisition in section 4 notification become entitled to compensation under the 2013 act.8. the scheme of section 24 of the 2013 act need to be seen. the provisions of the 1894 act are repealed by the 2013 act with effect from 1-1-2014 and, therefore, it was necessary to take care of ..... with connected matters page 1 of 14 coram: hon'ble mr. justice s. ravindra bhat hon'ble mr. justice s.p. garg s.ravindra bhat, j.1. common questions of law arise for decision, in these writ petitions. they were heard separately because of the facts, but are disposed of through the present single judgment.2. all writ petitioners were either ..... land area 48 bighas 12 biswa. the petitioners in wp11122016 claim ownership of khasra nos.152/1(2 - 8), 153/1(2 -8), 158/1(4- 2), 159/2(0-18), 16(3-00) total measuring of land area 12 bighas 16 biswa of lands. in wp71262016, the petitioners claim ownership of khasra nos.37/1(1 - 16), 3(00 ..... the compensation in respect of a majority of land holdings has not been deposited in the account of beneficiaries, (b) the latter part of the proviso making the beneficiaries entitled to the compensation as per the 2013 act shall become redundant, and (c) the protection provided to save lapsing of acquisition in its entirety shall be lost.10. the proviso below sub .....

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Aug 30 2017 (HC)

Dharmveer and Ors vs.union of India & Ors

Court : Delhi

..... the account of the beneficiaries, then, all beneficiaries specified in the notification for acquisition in section 4 notification become entitled to compensation under the 2013 act.8. the scheme of section 24 of the 2013 act need to be seen. the provisions of the 1894 act are repealed by the 2013 act with effect from 1-1-2014 and, therefore, it was necessary to take care of ..... with connected matters page 1 of 14 coram: hon'ble mr. justice s. ravindra bhat hon'ble mr. justice s.p. garg s.ravindra bhat, j.1. common questions of law arise for decision, in these writ petitions. they were heard separately because of the facts, but are disposed of through the present single judgment.2. all writ petitioners were either ..... land area 48 bighas 12 biswa. the petitioners in wp11122016 claim ownership of khasra nos.152/1(2 - 8), 153/1(2 -8), 158/1(4- 2), 159/2(0-18), 16(3-00) total measuring of land area 12 bighas 16 biswa of lands. in wp71262016, the petitioners claim ownership of khasra nos.37/1(1 - 16), 3(00 ..... the compensation in respect of a majority of land holdings has not been deposited in the account of beneficiaries, (b) the latter part of the proviso making the beneficiaries entitled to the compensation as per the 2013 act shall become redundant, and (c) the protection provided to save lapsing of acquisition in its entirety shall be lost.10. the proviso below sub .....

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