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Jan 20 2011 (HC)

Kaipadath Property Development Company Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-20-2011

Reported in : ILR2011(1)Ker434

..... the learned senior counsel appearing for the petitioner that the proceedings under the kerala conservation of paddyland and wetland act, cannot be sustained, in the light of the non-implementation of section 5(4) of the act and the fact that the properties had already been allowed to be reclaimed as per a valid order issued under the kerala land utilisation order. 4. it ..... area or to determine the time and manner of carrying it into effect, it is conditional legislation." after relying upon the principles stated in hamdard dawakhana (wakf)'s case (air 1960 sc 554), their lordships held thus: "it is thus obvious that in the case of conditional legislation, the legislation is complete in itself but its operation is made to depend ..... well-settled one. in this connection, we may usefully refer to a constitution bench decision of this court in the case of hamdard dawakana (wakf) v. union of india, air 1960 sc 554, kapur j. speaking for the constitution bench has made the following pertinent observations at pp.695-96 of the report: "the distinction between conditional legislation and delegated legislation ..... apex court in hamdard dawakhana (wakf) v. union of india {(1960) 2 scr 671} was relied upon. it is of importance in this context. 36. learned addl. advocate general submitted that the principles of conditional legislation are not applicable herein, especially in the context of sections 3 and 11 of the act and the definition of 'paddy land' and 'wet land' in .....

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Sep 01 2011 (HC)

A.C. Bhnunni @ Valluvanattukara Vs. the Commissioner, Hindu Religious ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Sep-01-2011

..... ulterior motive and in furtherance thereof, anonymous petitions were sent to the commissioner raising false allegations against the petitioner. an enquiry was initiated by the deputy commissioner under the act. those proceedings were challenged before this court in w.p.(c) 19014 of 2007 and w.p.(c) 22046 of 2007. those petitions were disposed of by directing that the enquiry ..... constituted under the junior superintendent of commissioners office and a detailed enquiry was conducted. the enquiry report is produced as ex.r1 (a). it was thereafter the disciplinary proceedings were initiated against the trustee as per ext.p4, suspending him pending enquiry and appointing sri.chandrahasa menon as the fit person. 18 charges were leveled against the petitioner ..... constitution of india and ahs contended that the orders exts.p7 and p!2 violate his fundamental right. 76. learned senior counsel was very vehement in pointing out the hindu religious institutions re being singled out for such hostile treatment when the institutions of other communities are left untouched even though matters in those cases are even more worse. this ..... reported in manavikrama zamorin raja of kozhikode v. commissioner, h.r. and c.endowments (1960 k.l.t. 1007). 31. sri. k. mohana kannan appearing for the first respondent tried to justify the acts of the devaswom board and the commissioner by pointing out that the acts alleged against the petitioner were in clear violation of the relevant statutory provisions, rules and .....

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Apr 12 2011 (HC)

Udayan Vs. Kerala Agro Machinery Corporation Ltd

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Apr-12-2011

..... since these 71 candidates had completed 71/2 years of practice at the bar. going by the provisions contained in s.8(3)(6c) of the madhya pradesh industrial relations act 1960, 5 years of practice as an advocate was the minimum requirement. high court of madhya pradesh allowed the writ petition filed by those candidates who were eliminated at the threshold ..... of eligibility cannot be a bar for the respondent/state to seek persons with higher qualifications than the lowest level laid down by the rule makers. the division bench further proceeded to hold that prescription of minimum qualification did not necessarily mean that every person having such qualification must be considered against the post in question, even though others with higher ..... qualifications were available for selection. 20. from the discussion in prathapans case (supra), it can be seen that the division bench of this court had validated the notification for recruitment since, according to their lordships, the appointing authority did not modify or rewrite the statutory rules, but only evolved a process of narrowing down the field ..... . therefore, the action of the corporation, in initiating the selection process to the vacant posts in question even before amending the recruitment rules appropriately, cannot be held to be a valid exercise at all. 17. we may now refer to the two bench decisions of this court referred to in the earlier part of this judgment, which have taken contradictory views .....

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Feb 09 2011 (HC)

Sri.V.Shivaprasad Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-09-2011

Reported in : ILR2011(1)Ker697

..... ,etc. and which are reflected under the various provisions already discussed, the same will have to be given due impetus. the former enactments like thekerala municipalities act, 1960 and the municipal corporations act, 1961and guruvayur township act were repealed specifically for this purpose.the district planning committee, as evident from article 243-ze(3), aloneis entrusted with the task to prepare a draft development ..... exercise of the writ power in india mayreveal that it limits its action to quashing or nullifying ordersproceeding on a violation of law, but stops short of a reconstructionwhereby a valid scheme may replace a void project. this is noreflection on the high court's ruling but is symptomatic of an obsolescent aspect of the judicial process, its remedial shortcomings in ..... and themunicipalities including spatial planning. 73. but one thing to be noticed is that even though provisions havebeen made in the municipality act, 1994 for forming various committeesin tune with the constitutional scheme, the manner and method by whichthey can proceed for preparing a master plan, for town planning includingspatial planning, are not detailed therein. therefore, such procedures willhave to be prescribed .....

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