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Aug 14 1992 (HC)

R. Ashok and anr. Vs. R. Bhagavathi Ammal (Deceased) and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-14-1992

Reported in : (1993)1MLJ492

..... if he is equal to her son when the devolution as contemplated under section 15 of the hindu succession act is confined to the sons and daughters including the children or predeceased son or daughter and the husband and consequently upon the basis of the husband. chapter ii of the hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956, which reulates adoptions by a male or female hindu does not in any way inhibit ..... the commencement of the act by or to a hindu except in accordance with the provisions contained ..... but a wife could not adopt a soil without being authorised by her husband. an act to amend and codify the law relating to adoptions and maintenance among hindus known as the hindu adoptions and maintenance act, 1956, hereinafter referred to as 'the act' brought about some revolutionary changes in the known law of adoption. the chapter of the act dealing with 'adoption' in section 5 thereof states that no adoption shall be made after .....

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Nov 27 1992 (HC)

The Commissioner, Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (Admn.) De ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-27-1992

Reported in : (1993)1MLJ524

..... could be only before then. at that time, the law prior to the hindu adoptions and maintenance' act, 1956, will be applicable. as per that law, in mulla's hindu law, fifteenth edition,, at page 570, under section 450, as to the. competency of a male hindu before the act, it is stated thus:450. (1) subject to the provisions of any law for the time being in force ..... that it is difficult to believe that when the law is such ponnappa gounder had adopted govindappa mudaliar as his son and another thing is that even if some ceremonies of ..... , even though he may be a minor, may lawfully take a son in adoption, provided he has no son, grandson, great grandson, natural or adopted, living at the time of is, therefore, clear that as per the law then existing ponnappa gounder could not have validly adopted a son when he had a son born to him. in this position one thing is ..... -cum-trustee of the temple and after his death his son ponnappa gounder succeeded as poojari-cum-trustee. he functioned in that capacity till 1952 when he died. since ponnappa gounder had no male issues he adopted his sister's son govindappa mudaliar as his son. the plaintiffs belong to vellala gounder and they are called both as gounders and mudaliars. govindappa .....

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Aug 24 1992 (HC)

B. Vasanthi Vs. Bakthavatchalu and Others

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-24-1992

Reported in : AIR1993Mad322

..... parties were directed to agitate before proper court. the ratio laid down in the above decision squarely applies to the facts of the instant case. as per sec. 6 of the hindu minority and guardianship act, the father/first respondent is the natural guardian of the minor children who are admittedly above seven years. it is not in dispute that the father filed ..... . no. 111 of 1991 before the sub judge, poonamallee. the petitioner entered appearance in that petition as early as 31-1-1992. sometime later, she has also prayed for interim maintenance on the ground that she is unable to maintain herself and she is depending upon her father, while the first respondent is a person earning rs. 5,000/ - per mensem ..... out an application before the proper court for securing the custody of the children. we are not expressing any opinion in this petition about the charges levelled against the respondent by the petitioner and/or the counter charges levelled by the respondent against the petitioner.'ultimately, the writ petition was dismissed in that case. in mrs. premila devi v. r. jayachandran, (1981 ..... there is an imminent dangerto the health or safety of the minor or to hismorals, when an interim order of productionwould become necessary, parties should bedirected to proceed by way of an applicationunder the provisions of the guardians andwards act. the more appropriate, effectiveand legitimate course to be adopted by anaggrieved person, who seeks to get thecustody of his ward, is under ihe .....

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Aug 12 1992 (HC)

Radhika Konel Parekh Vs. Konel Parekh

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-12-1992

Reported in : AIR1993Mad90; I(1994)DMC598; (1993)IMLJ163

..... after the decree, upon application by petition for the purpose, make from time to time, all such orders and provisions with respect to the custody, maintenance and education of such children as might have been made by such decree or interim orders in case the proceeding for obtaining such decree were still pending, ..... alia that she had moved the family court at bombay seeking reliefs inter alia of divorce and for the interim custody of the minor child parthiv, maintenance and restraint orders on 6-12-1991. the family court at bombay on 11 -12-1991 by an order, restrained konel from forcingly removing the ..... the hindu marriage act, 1955 has got a salutary provision in section 26 thereof which reads as follows : 'in any proceeding under this act, the court may, from time to time, pass such interim orders and make such provisions in the decree as it may deem just and proper with respect to the custody, maintenance and ..... as she did not want this child. i pleaded before her of the religious intention among jains against adopting abortion. i made my earnest request before her not to kill the child in the womb. when she knew that i was against her wish, she wanted to leave for her parents' place in ..... be substantially the same, even though the bases of the claim in the two suits are altogether different.'19. there is a special act called the hindu minority and guardianship act (xxxii of 1956) which in s. 4(a) defines a 'minor' to mean a person who has not completed the age of eighteen years .....

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Sep 01 1992 (HC)

Palavakkam Golden Sea Vs. the Dist. Collector, Chengai M.G.R. Dist. an ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-01-1992

Reported in : AIR1993Mad40

..... interfere and take action against the 3rd respondent. another representation dated 27-10-1989 was sent to the 1st respondent. the petitioner also submitted a memorandum to the 6th respondent seeking permission to adopt the park area for development and maintenance. the 6th respondent by letter dated 20-11-1989 informed the ..... fact that water for madras city is supplied from sholavaram, poondi and red hills reservoirs and also from deep bore wells in ponneri and panchati when the water level in the above reservoirs got depleted. i am unable to accept the comparison. first of all, reservoirs in the above places ..... sholavaram reservoir, poondi reservoir and red hills reservoir. the water for madras city is supplied from the deep bore wells at ponneri and pancheti when the reservoir is having a very low water level. hence it is, essential for the 3rd respondent to permit the 4th respondent to take ..... started turning saline. the members then demanded the purpose of well dug in the park area, which will be the only wing space available when all the plots are built. again, the petitioner association by its letter dated 9-8-89 brought to the notice of respondents 1 and ..... expose the selfish attitude of the petitioner. the panchayat president has acted in co-ordination with the district collector, who has administrative powers over all the panchayats under his jurisdiction -- vide sections 145 and 146 of the tamil nadu panchayat act, 1958. the district collector thus has power to satisfy the needs .....

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Feb 07 1992 (HC)

Thirumuruga Kirupananda Variyar Thavathiru Sundaraswamigal Medical Edu ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-07-1992

Reported in : (1993)1MLJ307

..... whether they satisfied the requirements or not, but the grant is made with the direction that the conditions should be complied with by the applicants. by adopting the said practice, the university of madras has been doing a great disservice to the cause of education as well as the society. the members of ..... a period of one year only in the first instance and thereafter, extends the same on application by the colleges for such extention. this practice is adopted irrespective of the number of years for which the concerned course is to be conducted. for example, if a course of study, say bachelor of arts ..... . the only difference is now the legislature has enacted a proviso as an amendment to the section of the act requiring prior permission as mandatory for getting affiliation which was given earlier by way of an executive order. when the order of venkataswami, j. in w.p. no. 2776 of 1989 dated 13.4 ..... into force, that the date of submission of the application is the criteria, and that the procedure as on the date of application has to be adopted and not on the date of the consideration of the application. for this purpose, the learned counsel relies upon the decision in state of kerala v ..... patta and adangal extracts, that the said lands were purchased after obtaining legal opinion, that the lands had been sold by the kartha of the hindu undivided family for the benefit of the minors and that no court permission is necessary since the property is a joint family property and the kartha .....

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Oct 13 1992 (HC)

K.S. Mohan Vs. Sandhya Mohan

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-13-1992

Reported in : AIR1993Mad59

..... has filed o.p. no. 651 of 1991 before the family court, madras, under s. 10 of the hindu marriage act, 1956, against the petitioner/husband seeking the relief of judicial separation on the round of cruelty. along with that petition, ..... case was fully accepted by the respondent herself in her affidavit filed in support of her application for maintenance wherein she has stated that she was having a luxurious life. but, the respondent would take an inconsistent ..... core of the problem lies with the petitioner being on the defence all along and the respondent has always been adopting an over power superior attitude. she has not treated the petitioner her husband with the dignity and respect which ..... as a chaffur by the family of the petitioner and she was asked to work in the accounts section of the automobile auxiliary services belonging to the father of the petitioner and the salary due to her ..... w. 5 has not explained as to how he is in possession of a copy of the bill or the charges raised by him. i disbelieve the evidence of r.w. 5. 34. mr. r. alagar, learned senior ..... she had no intimacy with anybody and she strongly objected to the accusations. the petitioner used to strangle her when she was protesting. the respondent never behaved rudely or insolently. the behaviour of the petitioner raised suspicions and ..... return from u.s.a. cutting short his visit adrift on account of the development concerning the respondent. 27. ft is also necessary for me to refer to the evidence of r.w. 2, who states .....

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Oct 16 1992 (HC)

Madras Fertilizers Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-16-1992

Reported in : [1994]209ITR174(Mad)

..... of water, fuel, power, etc., are absolutely necessary. it also requires the services of the engineers in working and maintenance as well as for corrections and adjustments. therefore, the expenses incurred in respect of raw materials, materials and supplies, ..... society engaged in the manufacture of sugar and molasses, purchased sugarcane from cultivators. in november, 1967, the assessee adopted a scheme whereby a subsidy would be advanced to the cultivators for the early planting of sugarcane. the scheme ..... york office expenses, travelling and conveyance, postage and telegrams, audio base and printing stationery and specified amounts under establishment charges and miscellaneous expenses. in the departmental appeal, the department objected to the allowance of pre-production expenses, relating to ..... are not covered by the provisions of section 35d of the act. according to learned standing counsel for the department, the primary condition is that the assessee should have incurred an expenditure when the business is in existence. learned ..... 1973]91itr170(guj) . according to the facts arising in that case (headnote) : 'a company was formed in 1956 for the manufacture and sale of cement. as part of its business the assessee obtained a mining lease for quarrying ..... the facts arising in that case, the bombay high court held that (headnote) 'though the machinery was installed on august 27, 1963, and it was tested some time in january, 1964, the factory of the assessee was ready to commence production .....

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Apr 30 1992 (HC)

Soudambika Finance Pvt. Ltd. Coimbatore and Etc. Etc. Vs. Union of Ind ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-30-1992

Reported in : AIR1993Mad190; [1995]82CompCas302(Mad)

..... ) and 31(1) and (2) are contrary to the provisions of an existing lawof the parliament enshrined under the companies act, 1956. the provision for extension of time contemplated under section 75 is said to be unreasonable and insufficient. so far as ss. 76, 77 and 79 are concerned the learned counsel ..... any, to be made between public and private companies; (c) the maintenance of cash reserves and/ or a percentage of their deposit liabilities in the form of liquid assets by such companies. (d) the norms which may be adopted in respect the rates of interest payable by such companies on their borrowings ..... to certain strict and stringent regulations and restrictions with the object of curbing abuse and misuse of the position by the foreman and those in charge of running the chits.32. the mere fact that the effect of the provisions under challenge is to make the chit business less lucrative ..... public to does not appear necessary that ihe particulars specified in clause 9, should be given in the advertisements issued on each occasion when new schemes are started since it would prove to be very expensive to the companies. instead, such particulars may be given in the application ..... one-third of the outstanding loans and advances as on 31st march, 1967, given by the foremen of 100 chit fund companies were personal loans; 27 per cent were meant for the commerce sector and 15 per cent were professional loans. 'industry' and 'agriculture' got a negligible proportion, these advances .....

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Jan 13 1992 (HC)

V. Balachandran Vs. Union of India and Another

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-13-1992

Reported in : [1993]76CompCas67(Mad)

..... to be apointed as additional secretary to the goverment of india. 33. a reference to the provisions in section 10a introduced in the companies act, 1956 by the amendment act 53 of 1963, will show that when it had ben envisaged tha as tribunal would be constituted to exercise the powers and functions conferred on ..... ]1scr206 : 'i am of the view that if there is one feature of our constitution which, more than any other, is basic and fundamental to the maintenance of democracy and the rule of law, it is the power of judicial review and it is unquestionably, to my mind, part of the basic structure of ..... the goverment of india, ministrry of law and justice, department of legal affairs ; (iii) any secretary to the goverment of india, nominated by the minister in-charge of the department of company affairs; and (iv) the chairman, if in office and he not being considered for reapointment. (2) the secretary board shall recommend ..... truth of the holmesian aphorism that `the life of the law has not been logic, it has been experience', and again when he delcared in another sttudy that `the law is forever adopting new principles from life at one end', and `sloughing off' old ones at the other. explaining the conceptual import of ..... to be appointed as an additional secretary to the gverment of india ; or who has at least for three years held the office of members.' 27. the rules thus create no obligation that there shall be one or more than one judicial member inthe board or that the chairman of the .....

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