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Aug 19 1985 (HC)

Hargovind Soni Vs. Ramdulari

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-19-1985

Reported in : AIR1986MP57; 1986MPLJ105

..... is the continuation of a proceeding and a proceeding culminates in ultimate end only in an apex court of the country. hence, subsequent event during the pendency of an appeal, if properly pleaded ..... -5-1979, just after the birth of the third child to the respondent, alleging the same fact. the appellant, during the pendency of the proceedings in the trial court filed several applications for blood grouping test to be carried out, but the respondent persistently refused and took the stand that she ..... his own home. but, on 28-4-1968, the respondent left her husband's home with bag and baggage and on 19-5-1978, started proceedings in a court of law for maintenance. ultimately, there was a compromise and the appellant was required to pay the respondent a maintenance amount :of ..... appellant is based upon the subsequent event; yet this court must take cautious cognizance of events and developments subsequent to the events of the proceedings. air 1975 sc 1409. the rule of fairness in this case has been scrupulously observed while taking the cognizance of the subsequent event. appeal ..... by the district judge, guna, by his judgment dated 31-1-1979, has preferred this appeal under section 28 of the hindu marriage act, (for short, hereinafter referred to as 'the act'). 2. respondent is his first wife who was barren for 12 years while living with the appellant-husband. according to the .....

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Dec 06 1985 (HC)

H.H. Maharaja Martand Singh Ju Deo Vs. Commissioner of Wealth-tax

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-06-1985

Reported in : (1986)54CTR(MP)421; [1987]165ITR745(MP)

..... erroneous and the same may be rectified. the jurisdiction of the high court relating to the nature of the proceedings in a reference either under the income-tax act, the gift-tax or any other allied act, is only advisory and to the questions which are referred to the high court, it can only subscribe ..... 's wife and portion 'c' fell to the share of the assessee himself. the return was filed by the assessee in the capacity of karta of the hindu undivided family. however, all the portions of the rewa house at bombay have been sold on different dates for rs. 39 lakhs (approximately). the wealth-tax ..... only an advisory jurisdiction. in k.s. venkataraman and co. (p.) ltd. v. state of madras : [1966]60itr112(sc) , c.p. sarathy mudaliar v. cit [1960] 62 itr 576 , aluminium corporation of india ltd. v. cit : [1972]86itr11(sc) and popular engineering co. v. cit : [1983]140itr398(mp) , the aforesaid view that ..... fetch when sold in the open market that would constitute the value of the asset for the purpose of section 7(1) of the wealth-tax act, 1957. in computing the value of an asset for the purposes of wealth-tax, expenses which may have to be borne in effecting the sale ..... the high court acts in such matters in an advisory capacity has been registered. therefore, the aforesaid discussion makes it clear that the only power which the high court exercises in reference matters .....

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Oct 03 1985 (HC)

R.R.P. Singh Vs. Awadhesh Pratap Singh University, Rewa and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-03-1985

Reported in : AIR1986MP115; 1986MPLJ169

..... parting, i would like to mention that in these proceedings, it is difficult and if i may say so, not desirable, to plunge into scrutinizing each and every envelope to find out if it has been ..... chancellor properly interpreted the term and has, therefore, turned down the petitioner's request for re-examination of the rejected ballot papers and to hold those votes validly cast. i do not see any infirmity in the order of the vice-chancellor (annexure-e). i would, therefore, dismiss the petition. 20. before ..... petitioner in m.p. no. 2747 of 1984, has filed an election petition challenging the election of persons as representatives of registered graduates. there alone the validity of a particular vote for the ballot having not been kept in 'duly sealed envelope' can be scrutinised. 16. for these reasons, i would refrain ..... a few with a view to only satisfy our curiosity. it will, therefore, be not possible to return any definite opinion as to the validity of action of the returning officer in rejecting the good number of ballot papers as he has done in the present case. the matter can ..... but also persons having implied authority. the supreme court in mohamed kamgarh shah v. jagdish chandra air 1960 sc 953 while considering the words 'duly authorised' in explanation ii to section 19 ofthe limitation act, 1908 read this word in a broader sense and held that it would include duly authorised either .....

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Apr 27 1985 (HC)

Raj Bahadur Pathak Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh and anr.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-27-1985

Reported in : 1985MPLJ549

..... opportunity' that is, one opportunity on the factual allegations and another on the proposed penalty. both may be rolled into one. but the person proceeded against must know that he is being required to meet the allegations which might lead to a certain action being taken against him. if that ..... the tribunal or authority passing the final order; m. p. industries ltd. v. union of india 1966 m p l j 256 : air 1960 sc 671 at p. 675. it was. therefore, open to the government in the exercise of its discretion to refuse the request of the corporation ..... grounds on which minister could take action (which are similar to those contained in section 422 of the madhya pradesh municipal corporation act) implied a duty to act judicially and that the consequences of dissolution were so drastic that they pointed in the same direction. their lordships, therefore, held that ..... or 'if it appears to the satisfaction of.....'or if the....................considers it expedient.... .... .... ....' or ' if the .........is satisfied', a duty to act judicially is excluded; it was observed that these various formulas are introductory of the matter to be considered and are given little guidance upon the question of ..... of natural justice. section 277 of the ceylon municipal ordinance is worded in similar language as section 422 of the madhya pradesh municipal corporation act, except this that the former does neither contain any express provision that an opportunity will be given to the municipal council to show cause .....

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