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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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Aug 04 1976 (HC)

Biswanath Bhukta Vs. Executive Officer, Talcher Municipality and ors.

Court : Orissa

Reported in : AIR1977Ori1; 42(1976)CLT1097

..... observed:--'in our opinion the contentions raised about the invalidity of the amending act on the ground that section 3 thereof was not made expressly retrospective or that it encroached ..... and effect to the validating acts. by way of illustration reference may be made to the following acts. (1) the professions tax limitation (amendment and validation) act, 1949 where section 3 (1) provided that.........'in the judgment, reference was made to the professions tax limitation (amendment and validation) act, 1949 and the hindu marriages (validation of proceedings) act, 1960, and thereafter it was ..... paid on the basis of the dead notification under section 4.(iii) the validation act violated article 14 of the constitution in various ways.on behalf of the union government, it was contended that the legislative competence of parliament is ..... which had become exhausted after the first declaration under section 6 and no acquisition could be made without a fresh notification under section 4.(ii) the validation act violated article 31(2) of the constitution inasmuch as it purported to authorise acquisition without fresh notifications under section 4 thereby allowing compensation to be .....

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1830

Ronkendorff Vs. Taylor's Lessee

Court : US Supreme Court

..... of this corporation? this has not been contended, nor can it be necessary to prove the appointment of an officer of the corporation who has acted under its authority and whose proceedings, as in the present case, have received its express sanction. did the court below err in requiring the original assessment lists to be produced? ..... each half of this lot, so that so far as the assessment goes, it did not substantially differ from the instruction given. but the sale, to be valid, need not extend to the interest of both claimants. one having paid his share of the tax, the interest of the other may well be sold for ..... at another time ten days, at another eight. these omissions, it is contended, are fatal; that the publication being once made, it was essential to the validity of the notice that it should be published every seventh day thereafter. the words of the law are, "once a week." does this limit the publication to a ..... the assessment was made by a valuation of each half of the lot. to make a sale of the interest of one tenant in common for unpaid taxes valid, it need not extend to the interest of both claimants; one having paid his tax, the interest of the other may well be sold for the ..... of every fact necessary to enable him to fix a value upon the property would the sale be valid unless the same information had been communicated to the public in the notice. the tenth section of the act of congress provides that real property in washington on which two or more years' taxes shall be .....

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1857

Marks Vs. Dickson

Court : US Supreme Court

..... petition, in which he demanded partition and possession. his petition was dismissed in the state courts. if the assignment of the entry to dickson was valid, then the judgment below must be affirmed; on the other hand, if the assignment made by bullard, as butler's attorney in fact, was made ..... this is the only question that can be revised here on this writ of error to the proceeding in the supreme court of louisiana. its decision depends on the true meaning of the acts of congress referred to. the act of 1830 sec. 3 provides that all assignments and page 61 u. s. 505 transfers ..... the same quarter section of land, lying in the parish of claiborne, louisiana, and having duly proved their residence on the land as required by the acts of congress, were allowed to purchase jointly at the proper land office the quarter section on which they resided. being entitled to additional land, jones and ..... opinion of the court. this cause is brought here by a writ of error to the supreme court of louisiana, which, by its judgment, construed the acts of congress of 1830, 1832, and 1834, securing preemption rights to actual settlers on the public lands. the facts giving rise to the questions decided are ..... and placed those who purchased under it on the footing of other purchasers. the act of 1832 provided that patents might issue to assignees, but this provision does not affect the present case, as the transfer of the entry was valid, and bound butler from its date, and vested his equitable title in dickson .....

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1865

Sparrow Vs. Strong

Court : US Supreme Court

..... of the soil by the united states and of unequal taxation in certain cases. we know also that the territorial legislature has recognized by statute the validity and binding force of the rules, regulations, and customs of the mining districts. [ footnote 8 ] and we cannot shut our eyes to the public ..... into the union without any provision which should save the jurisdiction vested in this court by the act organizing the territory. this omission was, however, supplied by an act of congress of february 27, 1865, which was held valid and effectual by this court in freeborn v. smith, 2 wall. 160, at the last ..... single exception," no statute had been enacted to give it force. this exception was exhibited at the congressional session of 1865-1866, when the following law (act of feb. 27, 1865, 13 stat. at large 441) was passed: "no possessory action between individuals in any of the courts of the united states ..... courts of the united states could take cognizance at all. but that decision was put distinctly on the ground that congress, when it came to act on the organization of oregon, expressly declared that all laws theretofore passed in that territory making grants of lands or page 70 u. s. 104 ..... exist under the old governments of spain or mexico. moreover, mining interests, apart from fee simple rights in the soil by patent, existed before the act of congress of february 27, 1865, under the implied sanction of the federal government.] 3. when the judgment brought before this court by writ of .....

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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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1873

The Merritt

Court : US Supreme Court

..... owner of the vessel, interposed as claimant, and not denying the allegations, answered that at the time of the importations on account of which the proceedings were taken, neither the imperial government of great britain nor the dominion of canada [ footnote 3 ] had adopted any "similar regulation" to that contained ..... production. on the contrary, it is conceded by the pleadings that her owners were american citizens. the merritt therefore falls within the prohibition of the act, and is liable to forfeiture. she was neither a vessel of the united states nor a foreign vessel wholly belonging to citizens of the country ..... to such ships. there is no allegation that the merritt had been so registered. indeed, she could not have been under the provisions of the act last referred to. 2. the cargo of the merritt was iron and lumber, the production of the british provinces of canada, while her owners were ..... to the vessels of any foreign nation which has not adopted, and which shall not adopt, a similar regulation." a subsequent section of the latter act enacts that the vessel and cargo coming into the united states in violation of those provisions shall be forfeited. in this condition of things -- as ..... states entitled to the benefits or privileges appertaining to such ships. great britain has a similar regulation fixing what are to be regarded as british vessels. by an act of march 1, 1817, [ footnote 2 ] it is enacted, "section 1. that after the 30th day of september next, no goods, wares, .....

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1878

United States Vs. Winchester

Court : US Supreme Court

..... court of the district of columbia were extrajurisdictional from beginning to end; and indeed it is apparent from inspection of the decree that the court, assuming as valid the action of the illinois court, proceeded to distribute the money more upon the request of the admiral than upon any authority conferred by law. the decree of distribution signed by the chief justice ..... such seizure was an essential preliminary to give jurisdiction to the court to adjudge its forfeiture and decree its condemnation. the executive seizure is the foundation of all subsequent proceedings under the confiscation act. such is the plain import of the law, and it was so held by this court in pelham v. rose, 9 wall. 103, and reaffirmed in the ..... privilege of pursuing the proceeds in the court of claims. there was also a marked difference in the effect of the proceedings under the two acts. the confiscation act authorized proceedings only against the interest of the disloyal owner; the captured and abandoned property act directed the seizure of the property itself; and its sale carried the title against all claimants. the former also took ..... suppress insurrection, to punish treason and rebellion, to seize and confiscate the property of rebels, and for other purposes." 3. the order of the president for the seizure, under said act of july 17, 1862, of the property of persons engaged in armed rebellion against the united states, or in aiding and abetting the rebellion, is a prerequisite to the exercise .....

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Dec 11 1882 (FN)

Van Wyck Vs. Knevals

Court : US Supreme Court

..... a forfeiture of the grant, if it resulted therefrom, can be enforced only by the united states through judicial proceedings, or the action of congress. a third party cannot set it up to validate leis title, nor avail himself of the fact that the company, in constructing, deviated from the original line, ..... done, continuing the right of parties to settle on the lands as previously. otherwise, it would be in their power, by vexatious or dilatory proceedings, to defeat the act of congress, or at least seriously impair its benefit. parties learning of the route established -- and they would not fail to know it -- ..... fact remains that the company constructed a portion of the proposed road, and that portion was accepted as completed in the manner required by the act of congress. patents for some of the adjoining sections were accordingly issued to the company, and a right to all of them, not specially ..... the complainant in the court below, who derives his title from the company, contends that the route is definitely fixed, within the meaning of the act of congress, when the company files with the secretary of the interior a map of its lines, approved by its directors, designating the route of ..... adverse rights, whether individual or corporate, if such there be, and does not include any lands" "heretofore reserved to the united states by any act of congress or in any other manner by competent authority for the purpose of aiding in any object of internal improvement, or for any other purpose .....

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Mar 05 1883 (FN)

Louisiana Vs. Jumel

Court : US Supreme Court

..... for bonds; to provide for principal and interest of said bonds; to establish a board of liquidation; to authorize certain judicial proceedings against it; to define and punish violations of this act; to prohibit certain officers diverting funds, except as provided by law, and to punish violations therefor; to levy a continuing tax ..... the fund, wherever it might be, to apply it. page 107 u. s. 738 there would seem to be an impression that to constitute a valid appropriation, there must be some segregation of the amount appropriated from the general mass of money in the treasury, by which it is placed in packages, ..... to issue bonds of the state, to be called consolidation bonds, payable in forty years, with interest at seven percent, and to exchange them for valid outstanding bonds and auditor's warrants at the rate of sixty cents on the dollar. the interest was to be payable semiannually, on the first of ..... to about $18,000,000. she asserted that a large portion of it had been fraudulently contracted, while the holders contended that their claims were valid and that she was legally and equitably bound therefor. under these circumstances and with a view to determine the conflicting claims of the parties and to ..... issue of consolidated bonds authorized by the general assembly of the state at its regular session in the year 1874 is hereby declared to create a valid contract between the state and each and every holder of said bonds, which the state shall by no means and in no wise impair. the .....

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