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Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: hindu adoptions and maintenance act 1956 section 27 maintenance when to be a charge Court: delhi Year: 1992

Apr 06 1992 (HC)

Tikka Shatrujit Singh and ors. Vs. Brig. Sukhjit Singh and anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-06-1992

Reported in : ILR1992Delhi1158

..... of defendant no. 1. learned counsel for defendant no. 1 has also advanced arguments with regard to the present position of the said properties after the coming into force of hindu succession act, 1956. i will deal with the said contentions after deciding the question whether defendant no. 1 has acquired the properties or not by virtue of any rule of primogeniture. 9 ..... sons namely, kharrak singh and harnam singh. the entire estate was inherited by his elder son, raja kharrak singh whereas his younger brother, harnam singh got only maintenance allowance. harnam singh had embraced christianity when he married a christian lady in the year 1876. raja kharrak singh died in the year 1877 leaving behind only one son, namely, maharaja jagatjit singh. all ..... and if these rights cannot exist in the sons, it must follow as a necessary corollary that the sons do not acquire an interest in the estate by birth or adoption ........... ........... now it was not disputed on behalf of meramvala that if prior to merger the estate did not partake the character of ancestral coparcenary property, the properties left with bhayawala ..... by me under the relevant issues, the reference is made to reports of administration of the punjab and its dependencies market x-22 to x-27 of the period 1867 to 1918. the factum of grant of maintenance to junior members is evident from the plaintiff's own evidence, contents of letter dt. 19th september, 1837, ex. d-63 by which maharaja .....

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Apr 06 1992 (HC)

Tikka Shatrujit Singh and ors. Vs. Brig. Sukhjit Singh and anr.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-06-1992

Reported in : (1992)105CTR(Del)249

..... defendant no. 1. learned counsel for defendant no. 1 has also advanced arguments with regard to the present position of the said properties after the coming into force of hindu succession act, 1956. i will deal with the said contentions after deciding the question whether defendant no. 1 has acquired the properties or not by virtue of any rule of primogeniture.9. counsel ..... sons namely, kharrak singh and harnam singh. the entire estate was inherited by his elder son, raja kharrak singh whereas his younger brother, harnam singh got only maintenance allowance. harnam singh had embraced christianity when he married a christian lady in the year 1876. raja kharrak singh died in the year 1877 leaving behind only one son, namely, maharaja jagatjit singh. all ..... and if these rights cannot exist in the sons, it must follow as a necessary corollary that the sons do not acquire an interest in the estate by birth or adoption .................... now it was not disputed on behalf of meramvala that if prior to merger the estate did not partake the character of ancestral coparcenary property, the properties left with bhayawala ..... by me under the relevant issues, the reference is made to reports of administration of the punjab and its dependencies market x-22 to x-27 of the period 1867 to 1918. the factum of grant of maintenance to junior members is evident from the plaintiffs own evidence, contents of letter dt. 19th september, 1837, ex. d-63 by which maharaja ranjit .....

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Feb 24 1992 (TRI)

Naresh Behal Vs. Income-tax Officer

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Delhi

Decided on : Feb-24-1992

Reported in : (1992)41ITD298(Delhi)

..... original report. after excluding the expenditure of rs. 37,000 incurred in the subsequent year the ito adopted the difference of rs. 1,86,165 between the cost of construction as determined by the official valuer at rs. 5,58,000 (rs. 5,95,000 minus ..... the ito took into account the supplementary report dated 30-3-1984, whereby the official valuer had rectified an alleged calculation mistake of rs. 31,000 in the adoption of rate of construction of the basement and had determined the cost of construction at rs. 5,95,000 as against rs. 5,64,000 mentioned in his ..... part of building construction had taken place much prior to that. he found the cost index at 165, adopted by official valuer as too high and that at 135 declared by the registered valuer as too low. he then adopted it at 150. he further pointed out that addition of rs. 31,000 to the originally determined ..... sources. he accordingly made an addition of rs. 1,55,165 in his order dated 17-3-1984 passed under section 143/144b of the act. the assessee appealed to the cit(a).5. in appeal ..... the assessee after the close of the accounting period under consideration. thus adopting the cost of construction at rs. 5,27,000 (rs. 5,64,000 minus rs. 37,000) the ito concluded that the assessee had made investment of rs. 1,55,165 (rs. 5,27,000 minus rs. 3,71,835) out of his income from undisclosed .....

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