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Jul 10 2015 (HC)

Avinash Ramdhan Chavan Vs. Pradnya

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... him. on the oral complaints made by the parties against each other, chapter proceedings were initiated against the husband under section 151 of code of criminal procedure and the husband was detained in the police station for a few hours. the acts on the part of wife in ensuring that the police authorities should take some ..... not welcomed by his wife and her family members. it is pleaded that the wife and her parents abused the husband and the wife went to the extent of saying that she had no intention to resume the marital ties. it is pleaded that after joining the company of the husband in june, 2008, ..... . the evidence of the husband is supported by the evidence of his brother and his friend who have clearly deposed that the wife was arrogant and short tempered and treated the husband with cruelty. specific instances are stated by the husband in regard to throwing of utensils by the wife after getting enraged ..... matrimonial home. the husband stated that the wife again returned to nagpur on 28.12.2010 with the intervention of some relatives and friends and during her short stay, the wife used to snatch the child from the husband and abuse him for no reason. it is stated by the husband in his evidence ..... submitted that the husband is not entitled to rely on any of the allegations made by him in paragraph nos.1 to 13 of the present petition as paras 1 to 13 in the earlier hindu marriage petition bearing hmp no.a-397 of 2011 are identical and the husband has withdrawn the said petition. it .....

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Mar 10 2014 (HC)

Diwakar Madhukarrao Pande Vs. Shivaji Education Society and Others

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... in the aforesaid judgment, i respectfully agree and i have no difficulty in holding that the tribunal has the power to determine the validity of termination, if it is in contravention of any law including the provisions of the id act. 8. the next question is about the plea of the petitioner about the violation of section 25-f of the id act. as stated earlier ..... intermittently, it has been held by the supreme court in the case of the state of bombay and ors. ..vs.. the hospital mazdoor sabha and ors; air 1960 sc 610 that the provisions of section 25-f are mandatory in the nature and any non compliance will render the impugned retrenchment invalid and inoperative. 13. the next submission is about the decision ..... . chikhale. the employer, thus, breached the rule of 'last come first go' in violation of the provisions of section 25-g of the industrial disputes act (for short 'id act'). the employer also did not comply with the mandatory provisions of section 25-f of the id act and due to violation of statutory provisions of parliamentary law, it was deemed that the petitioner was in ..... employment as usual. his retrenchment was illegal and bad in law. he, therefore, challenged his termination before the university and college tribunal under section .....

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Sep 21 2011 (HC)

Niraj Vikas Pabale and ors. Vs. the Tahsildar and ors.

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... entitle a controller to re-examine the matter in the context of relevant provision i.e., section 21of the delhi rent control act, 1958 is the same, namely, fraud or collusion. ratio in noronah to this extent was reiterated and accepted as correct exposition of law in shiv chander kapoor. it ..... from the judicial system. in paragraph 36, hon'ble apex court observes that little indians in large numbers seeking remedies in courts through collective proceedings, instead of being driven to an expensive plurality of litigations, is an affirmation of participative justice in our democracy. hon'ble court states ..... society from such hapless situations. we further apprehend that our pious hope that administration may muster the courage one day to initiate disciplinary/criminal proceedings against such applicants/erring officers/ employees of the authority, may not come true. however, we leave the course open for the state ..... judge ( also referred as administrative judge) at nagpur. rule 2a of the bombay high court appellate side rules, 1960 ( hereinafter referred to as "the appellate side rules" for short), then regulating the pil are relied upon. it is urged that said judge is aware normally of prevailing local ..... balwant singh chaufal)are pressed into service in this connection. (i). our attention is drawn to pursis/submissions dated 13/12/2010 and documents placed with it to urge that all 6 buildings are having valid sanctions and title vests in respondent no.5. it is further urged that present .....

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Sep 07 2016 (HC)

Citizen Forum For Equality Vs. The State of Maharashtra through its Ch ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... ) is must. he further adds that inquiry must be against all the respondents i.e. including those to whom this court has not issued notices. 56. we find that the first event of which entire public could have gained knowledge is the proceedings under section 36 of the bombay public trust act, instituted by respondent no. 9. this permission was granted by the joint ..... of user, letter dated 10.10.2002 sent by the nagpur municipal corporation to urban development department opposing change of user, are all pressed into service to urge that for valid reasons, these authorities have been opposing commercial user of said plot. 15. suddenly on 16.07.2003, nagpur municipal corporation wrote to the urban development department, pointing out its ..... nit or then the arrangements also cast some obligations upon nit is the moot question. nit could have after perusal of all such documents or authorizations pointed out how its title is not diluted by the said arrangement. though, there is no physical sub-division of the subject plot, whether the person who paid in full for the structure and ..... not made available by any of the parties. however, when the respondent 9 sabha is not claiming any privilege, allotment to it in 1960-1961 without following any transparent process for allotment needed to be rectified to the extent possible when revising the premium. 77. whether conversion of user from public/ semipublic utilization to commercial purpose and additional fsi consequentially resulting itself .....

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Jun 18 2015 (HC)

M/s. Shewalkar Developers Ltd. Vs. Rupee Co-operative Bank Ltd. and Ot ...

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... societies should not grant any recovery certificate under the provisions of section 101 of the maharashtra co-operative societies act, 1960 (hereinafter referred to as the said act ?). the learned judge of the co-operative court vide order dated 8.10.2012 passed the following order: (i) application below exh.5 is allowed. (ii) ex-parte ..... the learned single judge, at the principal seat at bombay high court suffers from the vice of territorial jurisdiction and can be ignored in the present proceedings i.e. w.p. no.867/2013 and whether the directions to ignore the same can also be made to the subordinate cooperative appellate court whose ..... by the learned single judge has the effect of nullifying the order passed by the division bench of the same court, the same would not be valid in law. 17. the more seriousness of the matter is that the petitioner being aggrieved by the order passed by the division bench of this ..... of the high courts not following the judgments/orders of coordinate and even larger benches. in some cases, the high courts have gone to the extent of ignoring the law laid down by this court without any tangible reason. likewise, there have been instances in which smaller benches of this court ..... of the matter, we find that the petitioner is disentitled to any relief only on the ground of equity. the writ petition stands dismissed on this short ground. rule is discharged. no order as to costs. the copy of the above order is directed to be forwarded to the registrar general of .....

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Apr 28 2014 (HC)

Ashok Shikshan Sanstha and Others Vs. S.N. Dutonde and Others

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... went to the extent of saying, with which we fully agree, that charity commissioner acts even as a litigant on behalf of the trust he having been empowered to file appeals or other proceedings before the court ..... twice pointed out, a material bearing on the right to evict, in view of the inhibition written into section 10(3)(iii) itself. we are not disposed to disturb this approach in law or finding of fact. ..... arguments in said cr and cr 829 of 2012 are over very recently and final orders thereupon are shortly expected. thus, there should not have been any reason for petitioner group to demand charge from administrator ..... case of ganesh m. thawre (supra).? 30. this division bench judgment in case of ganeshm. thawre vs. central hindu military education society 2007 (6) mh.l.j 589 is delivered on 26.7.2007 at nagpur. we ..... submission. in said matter, respondent company approached high court for a writ to appellant bank to return back the title documents as its outstandings were fully satisfied. learned single judge allowed that prayer and bank appealed to the division ..... 1991 was implemented by the authorities functioning under bpt act and allegedly reported trustees were taken on record by adding their names to schedule-i? which contains names of validly elected trustees. wp no. 3698 of 1995 came ..... as the vires of the 1960 act or the 1960 order had not been questioned by them. hon. apex court finds that if by reason of the provisions of the said act or the 1960 order, the jurisdiction of the .....

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Jan 17 2014 (HC)

State of Maharashtra and Others Vs. Ajay Dayaram Gopnarayan and Others

Court : Mumbai Nagpur

..... the genuineness of any document is not disputed such document may be read in evidence in any inquiry, trial or other proceedings, without proof of the signature of the person to whom it purports to be signed which, however, the court may ..... , which must be followed while insisting for admission or denial of the genuineness of the documents. to our mind, section 294 (1) in particular providing for insertion of the description of the document in the list to be prepared either by the ..... side portion below the jaw. similarly, mark of abrasion is visible on his left elbow. a cut injury to the extent of two centimeters is visible on inner portion of first phalange of his right thumb. similarly, a scratch-mark is visible ..... committed in a most cruel and inhuman manner which is an extremely brutal, grotesque diabolical, revolting and dastardly manner, where his act affects the entire moral fibre of the society e.g. crime committed for power of political ambition or indulging in organized criminal ..... record. there is whatsoever no explanation in the statement under section 313 cr.p.c. by both the accused persons as to why they entered the house by pressing doorbell because within a short time thereafter vijayatai was found brutally murdered. 14. to ..... nos. 1 and 2. (xi) the learned a.p.p. relied on judgments in sandeep..vs.. state of uttar pradesh; (2012) 3 scc (cri) 18; earabhadrappa alias krishnappa..vs.. state of maharashtra; (1983) 2 scc 330 and ram singh ..vs.. state; air 1960 allahabad 748 .....

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