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Nov 23 1992 (HC)

Preman Vs. Gopalan

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Nov-23-1992

Reported in : II(1993)DMC147

..... to the marriage even after the death of the other spouse. while considering the nature of the proceedings and the true construction of the relevant provisions of the hindu marriage act the supreme court observed :'under the general law a child for being legitimate has to be born in ..... the appellant since the main question for decision in that appeal by special leave was whether a petition under section 11 of the hindu marriage act for declaring the marriage of the petitioner as nullity was maintainable after the death of the petitioner's spouse. after referring to ..... reversed that decision and refused the relief finding that the marriage between moothoran and 10th defendant was contracted before the commencement of the hindu marriage act and as such plaintiff was ineligible to claim a share. hence the second appeal which was admitted on the following questions of ..... under section 4 of that act shall be void. the bench held that section 16 of the hindu marriage act does not purport to confer legitimacy on children born of a marriage invalid under ..... hindu marriage act confers the benefit of legitimacy only on those children born of a marriage void under section 11 of the act. in that case the second marriage was contracted in violation of section 5 of the madras marumakkathayam act which provided that any marriage contracted by either of the parties during the continuance of a prior marriage which is valid .....

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Mar 13 1992 (HC)

M. Alavi Vs. T.V. Safia

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-13-1992

Reported in : AIR1993Ker21

..... so, the analogy drawn by the revision petitioner's counsel that the general principles in section 125(4) are applicable to the proceedings under section 3 of the act cannot be accepted.4. it may also be noticed that section 3 begins with a notwithstanding clause and a plain reading of ..... that govern the provisions for maintenance under section 125, cr. p.c. are applicable to a proceedings under section 3 of the act. the respondent's counsel, on the other hand, contended that the allegation that the respondent has been leading an immoral life is ..... divorced wife has been leading an immoral life and so the revision-petitioner is not liable to pay any amount under section 3 of the act. counsel for the revision-petitioner placed reliance on section 125(4) of the code of criminal procedure and contended that the general principles ..... the petitioner in the application was leading an adulterous life and so she is not entitled to get any relief under section 3 of the act. aggrieved by that order respondent-wife filed revision petition before the sessions court, thalassery. the sessions judge reversed the finding and held that ..... sessions court, thalassery. the respondent (wife) herein filed an application under section 3 of the muslim women (protection of rights) on divorce act (for short 'the act') for maintenance during idat period and also for reasonable and fair provision for her future. the chief judicial magistrate, before whom the application was .....

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Oct 16 1992 (HC)

K. Devaki Amma Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax and ors.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Oct-16-1992

Reported in : [1993]202ITR27(Ker)

..... attached by proceedings exhibit p-5 only on the basis of the explanation to section 222, and not on the basis that she has created a security in respect of these properties by ..... she was prohibited and restrained until further order from transferring or charging the property by virtue of the explanation to sub-section (1) of section 222 of the income-tax act, 1961, in any way and that all persons were prohibited from claiming any benefit under such transfer or charge. it was pointed out that the properties were sought to be .....

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Nov 17 1992 (HC)

Plantation Corporation of Kerala Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Agricultural ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Nov-17-1992

Reported in : [1993]200ITR27(Ker)

..... tax has been collected without allowing such deductions, the question of paying large amounts by way of refunds also arose.' (emphasis supplied ).51. the proceedings of the state legislature dated march 21, 1961, have also been placed before us. they too show that the purpose of the amendment was ..... . ltd.'s case : [1961]41itr751(sc) . in karimtharuvi tea estates ltd. v. state of kerala : [1963]48itr83(sc) , wherein the constitutional validity of explanation 2 to section 5(j) fell for consideration, the constitution bench of the supreme court observed (at page 90) :'now, explanation 2 added to ..... malabar area of kerala. the kerala high court's decision in commr. of agrl. i. t. v. pullangode rubber and produce co. ltd. : [1960]40itr681(ker) , which was followed in the judgment under appeal, was affirmed.20. subsequent to the decision of the supreme court referred to above, in travancore ..... rubber and tea co. ltd.'s case : [1961]41itr751(sc) , reversing the kerala decision, the kerala legislature passed amendment act 9 of 1961 with retrospective effect from april 1, 1951, introducing explanation 2 and inserting it at the end of section 5 and the said ..... referred to, the assessment years were 1951-52, 1952-53 and 1953-54 and the question referred to this court was whether, under the kerala act, in calculating the assessable agricultural income of a rubber estate already planted and containing both mature yielding rubber trees and also immature rubber plants which have .....

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Aug 07 1992 (HC)

Philip Vs. Surendran

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-07-1992

Reported in : 1994ACJ279

..... must mention here that there can be no doubt that an appeal will have to comply with the provisions of section 173 of the 1988 act if the proceedings which led to it had been initiated after july 1, 1989, even though the accident might have taken place earlier. the answer to the ..... their objections and to be heard. respondent nos. 4 to 6 have been exonerated even in the original judgment. they are unnecessary parties in the further proceedings. they will, therefore, stand discharged from the array of parties. parties will appear before the tribunal on 22nd september, 1992. the tribunal will dispose ..... impair or imperil, such a vested right cannot be presumed unless such intention be clearly manifested by express words or by necessary implication. the court proceeded to observe that the imposition of a restriction to pay the entire assessed amount as a condition precedent for the maintainability of the appeal cannot affect ..... annum from 25.2.1987 till the date of realisation and proportionate costs from the appellant and respondent nos. 2 and 3. having done this the tribunal proceeded to 'order and direct' the third respondent, as the insurer of the offending vehicle, to deposit the amount, interest and costs awarded, within one month ..... also exist to support the continuation of that right. in state of bombay v. supreme general films exchange ltd., air 1960 sc 980, the impairment of the right of appeal came in the form of levy of enhanced court fee under the court fees (bombay amendment .....

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