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Feb 07 1968 (SC)

Udai Ram Sharma and ors. Etc. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : [1968]3SCR41

..... the limit of rs. 50/- per annum prescribed by the said act, and the validity of the imposition of any such tax shall not be called in question in any court;" (2)the hindu marriages (validation of proceedings) act, 1960 (act 19 of 1960) was passed to obviate the short comings in the hindu marriage act pointed out by the punjab high court in janak dulari v. narain ..... das (a.i.r. 1959 punjab 50). there the high court held that the court of an additional judge cannot be regarded as a principal court of civil jurisdiction within the meaning of the hindu ..... marriage act ..... and that a district judge to whom a petition under the act is presented cannot transfer it to an additional judge for trial. the object of the validation act was to validate all proceedings taken and decrees and orders passed by any of the courts specified in cl .....

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May 21 1979 (FN)

Oscar Mayer and Co. Vs. Evans

Court : US Supreme Court

..... the long run, justice will not be denied to anyone possessed of a valid claim, i join the court's opinion and its judgment. * "[a]n individual who has been discriminated against because of age is free to proceed either under state law or under federal law. the choice is up to the ..... complainant and were procedurally frustrating; that the fact that a federal proceeding supersedes one on the state side indicates which is to be dominant; that adea proceedings have their analogy in fair labor standards act litigation, and not in title vii proceedings; that no waiting period is required before a complainant may resort ..... suit may not be brought under the adea unless the claimant has first commenced a proceeding with the appropriate state agency. pp. 441 u. s. 754 -758. (a) since the adea and title vii of the civil rights act of 1964 page 441 u. s. 751 share the common purpose of the ..... see that these rights are fully protected. in instances where states are unable or unwilling to provide this protection, the federal government must have the authority to act." 110 cong.rec. 12725 (1964). [ footnote 9 ] title 29 u.s.c. 626(d) provides: "no civil action may be commenced by ..... senate concerning the limits of federal deference under 706(c): "[w]e recognized the absolute necessity of providing the federal government with authority to act in instances where states and localities did not choose to exercise these opportunities to solve the problem of civil rights in a voluntary and localized manner .....

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1873

Miltenberger Vs. Cooke

Court : US Supreme Court

..... prohibited the mode of collection set forth and described in the petition of the plaintiff, and that what had been done was a violation of the acts of congress in this behalf. the court below gave judgment for the plaintiff, and the defendants took this writ of error. page 85 u. ..... this public money shall be deemed a felony. an act of july 13, 1866, [ footnote 2 ] after enacting that subsequently to the 1st of august following, "there shall be paid . . . a tax of ..... to congress." other sections of the act most carefully provide that no officers with whom money is deposited shall in any manner alter the condition of this money. they are not to use ..... "section 19. any receiving . . . officer or agent who shall neglect, evade or violate the provisions . . . of the last preceding section of this act shall by the secretary of the treasury be immediately reported to the president of the united states with the facts of such neglect, evasion, or violation, and also ..... it, lend it, exchange it, deposit it with other persons or depositories except those described in the act. the sixteenth section of the act provides for exact entries of every official transaction of receipt, payment, or transfer, and provides that all irregular or unclean dealing with .....

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Apr 20 1885 (FN)

Poindexter Vs. Greenhow

Court : US Supreme Court

..... name across the seal thereof, endorse it with the numbers of the coupons enclosed, and return it to the taxpayer. upon the trial of any proceeding under this act, the said coupons, enclosed in the said envelope so sealed and endorsed, must be produced in evidence to prove the tender. if the court ..... states, which declares that no state shall pass any law impairing the obligation of contracts, the judgment of the court being in favor of the validity of said acts and against the rights claimed by the plaintiff under the page 114 u. s. 275 constitution of the united states. the hustings court is ..... the highest court of the state to which the said cause could be taken. the act of january 26, 1882, the validity of which is thus questioned, is as follows: " be it enacted by the general assembly of the state of virginia that the several ..... money, and then the coupons gendered having, in another proceeding, been determined to be genuine, he was entitled to a judgment upon the mandamus, requiring them to be received in payment of the taxes, and the money previously paid refunded. the validity of this act became the question in antoni v. greenhow, ubi supra, ..... to enact. an illustration of this principle is found in the trademark cases, 100 u. s. 82 , where an act of congress which, it was claimed, would have been valid as a regulation of commerce with foreign nations and among the states was held to be void altogether because it embraced all .....

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May 19 1890 (FN)

Mcgahey Vs. Virginia

Court : US Supreme Court

..... is to take from the holder of such instruments the only feasible means he has in his power to establish their validity. page 135 u. s. 695 in addition to these objections to the proceedings, we question very much whether the act of may 12, 1887, which authorizes and requires a suit to be brought against the taxpayer who tenders payment in coupons ..... soon as it had been legally ascertained to be genuine, and by law receivable, referring, of course, to the law as it then stood, prescribing the special proceedings before mentioned for ascertaining the genuineness and validity of coupons. to this answer a demurrer was filed. upon the hearing, the court was equally divided on the questions involved, and denied the writ. the ..... bonds were in circulation, which made it imprudent to receive coupons in payment of taxes without an investigation first had with regard to their genuineness and validity. it is apparent that such a cumbrous mode of proceeding was a very awkward substitute, so far as the taxpayer was concerned, for the reception of his coupons as so much money when presented. another ..... by the legislature of virginia were of such force and validity as to prevent the taxpayer from suing the collecting officer for taking his goods in satisfaction of taxes after a tender of coupons for the payment thereof, without adopting the proceedings required by the said acts. this court held that the acts were unconstitutional so far as they prohibited the collector or receiver .....

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May 20 1929 (FN)

St. Louis and O'Fallon Ry. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

..... . the report of the interstate commerce commission is rejected and its order set aside on the sole ground that, in a recapture proceeding under 15a of the interstate commerce act, it has failed to consider present reproduction cost or value of appellant's property, and so to "give page 279 u. s ..... goose page 279 u. s. 483 creek railway co. v. united states, 263 u. s. 456 , point out the general purpose of the transportation act 1920, and uphold the validity of 15a. the manufacturers' is a switching road with 30 miles of track within st. louis, missouri. the o'fallon -- a coal-carrying road -- ..... rule of law. without discussion of the evidence and other data which received the consideration of the commission, the opinion of this court seems to proceed on the broad assumption that the evidence relied on, mere synthetic estimates of costs of reproduction, must so certainly and necessarily outweigh all other considerations ..... value for ratemaking purposes, which it nevertheless considered and to some extent applied, i suppose it would not have occurred to any one to question the validity of its order. i cannot avoid the conclusion that, in substance, the objection, now upheld, to the order of the commission, is not that ..... u. s. 456 , 263 u. s. 486 , where the facts were in this respect identical with those in the case at bar, the constitutional validity of the order was sustained. if the failure to give to the evidence of current reproduction costs the effect claimed for it by the o'fallon was .....

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Jun 02 1947 (FN)

Myers Vs. Reading Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

..... . [ footnote 4 ] further testimony stated that his injuries were due to this fall. other testimony supported the petitioner's claim, under the federal employers' liability act, 35 stat. 65, 53 stat. 1404, 45 u.s.c. 51, that the respondent was negligent in moving the train while the petitioner was trying to ..... , however, it is subject to liability for injuries to its employees resulting from its violation of its absolute duty to comply with the safety appliance acts. the evidence here was sufficient to support the verdict for the petitioner, whether tested by the formula used by this court in improvement co. v ..... commerce, in its railroad yards at port richmond, philadelphia, of a freight car equipped with a defective hand brake in violation of the safety appliance acts requiring such cars to be equipped with "efficient hand brakes." [ footnote 2 ] at the close of the evidence, respondent moved for a directed ..... the court. this action for damages alleged to have been caused to the petitioner by the respondent's use, in violation of the safety appliance acts, [ footnote 1 ] of a railroad freight car not equipped with efficient hand brakes, presents the question whether the evidence at the trial, with ..... defendant notwithstanding the verdict. pp. 331 u. s. 478 -486. 2. although a carrier is not subject under the federal employers' liability act to an absolute liability to its employees for injuries, it is subject to liability for injuries resulting from a violation of its absolute duty to .....

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Mar 23 1964 (FN)

Banco Nacional De Cuba Vs. Sabbatino

Court : US Supreme Court

..... to adjudicate on the merits. where the courts are requested to apply the act of state doctrine at the behest of the state department, it does not follow that the courts are to proceed to adjudicate the action without examining the validity of the foreign act under international law. the foreign relations considerations and potential of embarrassment to ..... 190-195. [ footnote 31 ] see doman, supra, note 26 at 1143-1158; fleming states, contracts and progress, 62-63 (1960); bystricky, notes on certain international legal problems relating to socialist nationalisation, in international assn. of democratic lawyers, proceedings of the commission on private international law, sixth congress (1956), 15. [ footnote 32 ] see anand, role of the "new" ..... state doctrine in its traditional formulation precludes the courts of this country from inquiring into the validity of the public acts a recognized foreign sovereign power committed within its own territory. i in february and july of 1960, respondent farr, whitlock & co., an american commodity broker, contracted to purchase cuban sugar, free alongside the steamer, from ..... deutsch-indonesische tabak-handelsgesellschaft m.b. h. (bremen ct.app.), excerpts reprinted in domke, indonesian nationalization measures before foreign courts, 54 am.j.int'l l. 305, 313-314 (1960), with confiscation of property of sudeten germans case, [1948] ann.dig. 24, 25 (no. 12) (amtsgericht of dingolfing) (discriminatory confiscatory decrees). see also west rand central .....

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Jul 06 1976 (FN)

Stone Vs. Powell

Court : US Supreme Court

..... police misconduct may result from the exclusion of illegally seized evidence from criminal trials, it is unrealistic to assume that application of the rule to grand jury proceedings would significantly further that goal. such an extension would deter only police investigation consciously directed toward the discovery of evidence solely for use in a grand jury ..... pierson v. ray, 386 u. s. 547 , 386 u. s. 555 (1967). the officer is also excused from liability for "acting under a statute that he reasonably believed to be valid, but that was later held unconstitutional, on its face or as applied." ibid. there is little doubt that, as far as civil ..... in kaufman did not rely upon the supervisory role of this court over the lower federal courts, cf. elkins v. united states, 364 u. s. 206 (1960), see infra at 428 u. s. 484 , the rationale for its application in that context is also rejected. [ footnote 17 ] we find it unnecessary ..... , 371 u. s. 471 , 371 u. s. 491 -492 (1963). see jones v. united states, 362 u. s. 257 , 362 u. s. 261 (1960). the standing requirement is premised on the view that the "additional benefits of extending the . . . rule" to defendants other than the victim of the search or seizure are ..... followed daniels in holding that noia's failure to appeal barred habeas corpus review. see united states v. fay, 183 f.supp. 222, 225 (sdny 1960). the court of appeals reversed, ordering that noia's conviction be set aside and that he be released from custody or that a new trial be .....

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Dec 09 1997 (FN)

County of Sacramento Vs. Lewis

Court : US Supreme Court

..... id., at 12, '15, "recklessness, gross negligence and conscious disregard for [lewis's] safety," id., at 13, n8, and "oppression, fraud and malice," ibid. the subsequent summary judgment proceedings revealed that the height of the fault actually claimed was "conscious disregard," the malice allegation having been made in aid of a request for punitive damages, but unsupported either in ..... conscience" was recited in at least one opinion involving legislative action. see united states v. salerno, 481 u. s. 739 , 746 (1987) (in considering whether the bail reform act of 1984 violated the due process clause, we said that "[s]o-called 'substantive due process' prevents the government from engaging in conduct that 'shocks the conscience' "). i am of ..... is claimed on the basis of a constitutional violation, even a finding of qualified immunity requires some determination about the state of constitutional law at the time the officer acted. what is more significant is that if the policy of avoidance were always followed in favor of ruling on qualified immunity whenever there was no clearly settled constitutional ..... u. s. 226 , 232 (1991) ("a necessary concomitant to the determination of whether the constitutional right asserted by a plaintiff is 'clearly established' at the time the defendant acted is the determination of whether the plaintiff has asserted a violation of a constitutional right at all," and courts should not "assum[e], without deciding, this preliminary issue"). justice stevens .....

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