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Mar 05 2003 (HC)

Kottayam Nature Society Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-05-2003

Reported in : 2003(3)KLT1105

..... action, of the government cannot be assailed as being violative of section 96.24. the legislature had initially passed the kerala agrarian relations act, 1960. the object of the act was 'to introduce comprehensive land reforms in the state'. this act was struck down as unconstitutional by their lordships of the supreme court in karimbil kunhikoman v. state of kerala, air 1962 sc 723 ..... human welfare. it must be preserved. however, in the present case, we do not find that there is any violation of law so as to call for any interference in proceedings under article 226 of the constitution.(3) allotment of work through tenders is one of the many methods. but it is not the only one. in the circumstances of these ..... .10. the island has an area of 49.86 acres. reliance has been placed on the provisions of section 96(1-a) to contend that the action is legal and valid.11. mr. kamala kannan, the managing director of the kerala tourism department corporation ltd. has filed the reply on behalf of the 4th respondent. it has been averred that the ..... the supreme court in the malankara rubber and produce co. v. state of kerala, air 1972 sc 2027. thus, the act is a valid piece of legislation. its provisions have to be followed.25. a perusal of the provisions of the act shows that under section 86, the excess land vests 'in the government free from all encumbrances and the taluk land board .....

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Jul 01 2003 (HC)

Vijayakumar Vs. Food Inspector

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-01-2003

Reported in : 2004CriLJ354; 2003(3)KLT824

..... . 468) in which it was held that the complaint originally filed will not assume a different garb when the police report is received and the proceedings will continue to be proceedings instituted on complaint. sadasivan, j. in state of kerala v. wilfred (1968 klt 57) referred to the decision of raman nayar, j. ..... of the result of analysis has to be sent after institution of prosecution there is clear violation of the mandatory provision and for that reason alone the proceedings have to be quashed.7. in rameshwar dayal v. state of u.p. (1996 scc (crl.) 75) the supreme court said that serious ..... presentation of a complaint by a private individual cannot be said to constitute the institution of criminal proceedings.14. the learned director general of prosecutions would submit that notice under section 13(2) of the act was given on 7.2.1998 and another notice was sent on 13.3.1998. it is ..... in food articles.23. in city corporation of trivaridrum v.. v.p.n. arunachalam reddiar (air 1960 ker.356) dealing with the need for getting written consent for instituting prosecution as provided in the act before its amendment this court said that the sanction must be for the prosecution of specified individuals and ..... in k. damodaran v. v.k. sippi (air 1960 ker. 389) wherein it was held that any case instituted upon complaint means 'any case of which .....

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Dec 19 2003 (HC)

Kerala Vyapari Vyavasayi Vs. Kerala Vyapari Vyavasayi Ekopana Samithi

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-19-2003

Reported in : 2004(1)KLT756

..... class of cases is, where the statute gives the right to sue merely, but provides no particular from the remedy; there, the party can only proceed byaction at common law. but there is third class, viz. where a liability not existing at common lawis created by a statute which at the ..... of being resolved by them. it was further held that section 10 of the companies act does not purport to invest the company court with jurisdiction over every matter arising under the said act. the learned judge proceeded further and held:'it may be that, in view of the elaborate provisions contained ..... to be excluded except by clear words'. (see observations of viscount simonds in pyx granite co. ltd. v. ministry of housing and local government (1960 ac 260 at p. 286).21. ubi jus ibi remedium is a well accepted doctrine or law. therefore, suits that may be filed by the ..... exercise jurisdiction merely because it is also a matter which relates to a company.'24. from the discussions made above the following positions emerge: the act has created new rights and liabilities as far as societies registered thereunder are concerned. section 25 provides a specific forum for granting the reliefs enumerated in ..... in the 1956 act in regard to management and conduct of a company's affairs, including even important .....

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Jan 28 2003 (HC)

Moran Mar Baselious Marthoma Mathews Ii Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-28-2003

Reported in : 2003(1)KLT780

..... being the position, it is apparent that there are various disputes between the petitioners and the parish churches. these are pending adjudication. in these proceedings before the civil courts, the parties would lead evidence and prove their rights. the trial of these suits cannot be stifled by accepting the ..... bhat appeared for some of the respondents and supported the petitioners. he contended that none of the respondents had raised any objection regarding the validity of the election or the authority of the first petitioner who had been duly elected as the catholicose-cum-malankara metropolitan before their lordships of ..... on questions of fact. about 200 suits are pendingin different courts. in such a situation, no ground for the intervention of the court in proceedings under article 226 of the constitution is made out. learned counsel further contended that the petitioners had filed a representation. a copy of this ..... a perusal of the judgment of their lordships of the supreme court shows that in paragraph 115 it was observed as under: 'on july 16, 1960, the patriarch again wrote to the catholicos reiterating his objections. in this letter, the patriarch asserted that the provisions of the said constitution 'seem ..... 25 and 26. it has not been shown that they had acted illegally in doing so; (iv) police help cannot be ordered for the mere asking. it involves expense for the state. it is not a substitute for proceedings before an appropriate authority or court. it can be normally granted .....

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