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Jan 06 2017 (HC)

T.T.V. Dhinakaran Vs. Special Director, Enforcement Directorate, New D ...

Court : Chennai

..... of investigation and hence he is disqualified from sitting as an adjudicating authority to decide about the validity of the investigation documents gathered. in other words, it is his submission that the proceedings initiated by the authorities is purely a bias and it violates the principles of natural justice, since ..... the basis of the evidence as narrated, that has been done in the inquiry during the adjudication proceedings. in view of the clear finding given by the appellate authority that the various acts done in the name of the company could not be attributed to the company and that there ..... even assuming that the adjudicating authority had participated in the investigation, considering the nature of the powers conferred on the authority under foreign exchange regulation act and the manner it has been done, the same does not require any interference. 15. in respect of the issue as to whether the ..... the appellant submitted that it is a jurisdictional fact and it is in no way connected to the offence framed under the foreign exchange regulation act. the learned senior counsel further stressed that the appellant is a director, who only intends to become a non-resident indian. further, urging ..... no adjudication had happened so far. in other words, it is his contention that for a case relating to violation of foreign exchange regulation act, placing reliance upon a preventive detention order will not be sufficient and proper. with regard to the finding that m/s.dipper investments limited .....

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Dec 23 2016 (HC)

Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department, Through its Join ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... .a3 and a4 to a7, it is seen that pw1 and one k.r.arumugam chettiar were representing the 6th respondent in the writ petition as well as proceeding before the joint commissioner hindu religious and charitable endowments department, when appellant appointed a fit person and tried to interfere with the management of the 6th respondent. it is not in dispute that ..... is nothing on record to disprove the evidence of pw1 and exs.a1 to a10. the learned 1st appellate judge has considered all the materials on record and has given valid and cogent reasons for setting aside the judgment and decree of trial court. there is no error of law or fact in the said judgment. therefore, the substantial questions of ..... the learned counsel appearing for the parties. 12. the learned counsel for the appellant contended that suit is not maintainable and is barred in view of provision of hindu religious and charitable endowments act and relied on the judgments reported in 2003 (1) ctc 484 [inspector/fit person h.r. and c.e. department, arulmighu sundaresa gnaniar koil cholakadai street, dharapuram] and ..... nagarathar enter the temple and worship. the learned counsel further contended that the suit filed by the sixth respondent is not maintainable as per section 108 of the hindu religious and charitable endowments act. 8. per contra, the learned counsel for the 6th respondent submitted that the 6th respondent by oral and documentary evidence proved that the 6th respondent temple was established .....

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Dec 02 2016 (HC)

T. Devi Malar Vs. S. Meenesh Ganapathy

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... a purposeful interpretation. it is the residence of the wife, which determines the question of jurisdiction, in case the proceeding was initiated at the instance of the wife. 22. while considering a provision like section 19 (iii-a) of the hindu marriage act, the objects and reasons which prompted the parliament to incorporate such a provision has also to be taken note of ..... to safe-guard the interest and rights of the women, who are being subjected to harassment and cruelty. but this special preference conferred under section 19(iii)(a) of the hindu marriage act shall not be used to wreck vengeance on the husband. there must be a justifiable cause to select the jurisdiction of the court where she resides.'' 6. in view ..... .cmp(md)no.108 of 2010, dated 03.03.2011, the madurai bench of madras high court, has observed as below:- ''18. it is true that section 19 of the hindu marriage act, has been amended by insertion of proviso of (iii)(a) to section 19. of course, this amended section 19(iii)(a) gives special preference to the wife to file ..... . sub clause (iii-a) was inserted in section 19 with a specific purpose. experience is the best teacher. the government found the difficulties faced by women in the matter of initiation of matrimonial proceedings. the report submitted .....

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Nov 28 2016 (HC)

Jamuna and Others Vs. Rajkumar and Others

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... a purposeful interpretation. it is the residence of the wife, which determines the question of jurisdiction, in case the proceeding was initiated at the instance of the wife. 22. while considering a provision like section 19 (iii-a) of the hindu marriage act, the objects and reasons which prompted the parliament to incorporate such a provision has also to be taken note of ..... to safe-guard the interest and rights of the women, who are being subjected to harassment and cruelty. but this special preference conferred under section 19(iii)(a) of the hindu marriage act shall not be used to wreck vengeance on the husband. there must be a justifiable cause to select the jurisdiction of the court where she resides.'' 8. in view ..... .cmp(md)no.108 of 2010, dated 03.03.2011, the madurai bench of madras high court, has observed as below:- ''18.it is true that section 19 of the hindu marriage act, has been amended by insertion of proviso of (iii)(a) to section 19. of course, this amended section 19(iii)(a) gives special preference to the wife to file ..... . sub clause (iii-a) was inserted in section 19 with a specific purpose. experience is the best teacher. the government found the difficulties faced by women in the matter of initiation of matrimonial proceedings. the report submitted .....

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Nov 16 2016 (HC)

S. Renugadevi Vsersu M. Vijaykumar

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... a purposeful interpretation. it is the residence of the wife, which determines the question of jurisdiction, in case the proceeding was initiated at the instance of the wife. 22. while considering a provision like section 19 (iii-a) of the hindu marriage act, the objects and reasons which prompted the parliament to incorporate such a provision has also to be taken note of ..... to safe-guard the interest and rights of the women, who are being subjected to harassment and cruelty. but this special preference conferred under section 19(iii)(a) of the hindu marriage act shall not be used to wreck vengeance on the husband. there must be a justifiable cause to select the jurisdiction of the court where she resides.'' 5. in view ..... .cmp(md)no.108 of 2010, dated 03.03.2011, the madurai bench of madras high court, has observed as below:- ''18.it is true that section 19 of the hindu marriage act, has been amended by insertion of proviso of (iii)(a) to section 19. of course, this amended section 19(iii)(a) gives special preference to the wife to file ..... . sub clause (iii-a) was inserted in section 19 with a specific purpose. experience is the best teacher. the government found the difficulties faced by women in the matter of initiation of matrimonial proceedings. the report submitted .....

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Nov 03 2016 (HC)

R. Magudesh Vs. M. Sathya

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... of the wife, which determines the question of jurisdiction, in case the proceeding was initiated at the instance of the wife. 22. while considering a provision like section 19 (iii-a) of the hindu marriage act, the objects and reasons which prompted the parliament to incorporate such a provision ..... the women, who are being subjected to harassment and cruelty. but this special preference conferred under section 19(iii)(a) of the hindu marriage act shall not be used to wreck vengeance on the husband. there must be a justifiable cause to select the jurisdiction of the court ..... the women, who are being subjected to harassment and cruelty. but this special preference conferred under section 19(iii)(a) of the hindu marriage act shall not be used to wreck vengeance on the husband. there must be a justifiable cause to select the jurisdiction of the court ..... which is pending before the family court, trichy. 3. the learned counsel for the petitioner contended that section 21-a of the hindu marriage act enumerates that the subsequent petition filed by the respondent is to be transferred to be tried along with the petition filed by the petitioner, ..... has also to be taken note of. sub clause (iii-a) was inserted in section 19 with a specific purpose. experience is the best teacher. the government found the difficulties faced by women in the matter of initiation of matrimonial proceedings .....

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Oct 21 2016 (HC)

M. Viashnavi Vs. C. Sathish Kumar

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... a purposeful interpretation. it is the residence of the wife, which determines the question of jurisdiction, in case the proceeding was initiated at the instance of the wife. 22. while considering a provision like section 19 (iii-a) of the hindu marriage act, the objects and reasons which prompted the parliament to incorporate such a provision has also to be taken note of ..... to safe-guard the interest and rights of the women, who are being subjected to harassment and cruelty. but this special preference conferred under section 19(iii)(a) of the hindu marriage act shall not be used to wreck vengeance on the husband. there must be a justifiable cause to select the jurisdiction of the court where she resides.'' 7. in view ..... .cmp(md)no.108 of 2010, dated 03.03.2011, the madurai bench of madras high court, has observed as below:- ''18.it is true that section 19 of the hindu marriage act, has been amended by insertion of proviso of (iii)(a) to section 19. of course, this amended section 19(iii)(a) gives special preference to the wife to file ..... . sub clause (iii-a) was inserted in section 19 with a specific purpose. experience is the best teacher. the government found the difficulties faced by women in the matter of initiation of matrimonial proceedings. the report submitted .....

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Aug 31 2016 (HC)

R. Mohanakrishnan and Others Vs. The State represented by the Inspecto ...

Court : Chennai

..... , for which, she stated that she had, on her volition and free will, had married mohanakrishnan, with whom, she was in love and therefore, she has no objection in the proceedings being quashed. 9 however, mr. c. emalias, learned additional public prosecutor strongly objected to the quashment of prosecution on the ground that the offences are very serious in nature. 10 ..... other and we got married on 03.03.2016 at the arulmigu angala parameswari and kasi viswanatha swamy temple and was duly registered in the hindu marriage register kept by the hindu marriage register kept by the hindu marriage registrar office, royapuram on 07.04.2016 and presently leading a happy married life. 5. i submit that the proof for marriage has already ..... for an alleged offence under sections 294-b, 406, 420, 376, 498-a, 383,506(i) ipc read with sections 3 and 4 of the tamil nadu harassment of women act, 1998, on 14.04.2015 in crime no.1 of 2015 which was transferred from crime no.282 of 2014 in h1, washermanpet police station in which my husband was ..... , allikulam, egmore, chennai against mohanakrishnan and 6 others for offences under section 376, 417 and 506(i) ipc and section 4 of the tamil nadu prohibition of harassment of women act, challenging which r. mohanakrishnan (a1), k. rajendran (a2), r. girija (a3) and r. sharmila (a4) are before this court. 4. it is the case of vaishnavi that while she was .....

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Aug 17 2016 (HC)

P. Krishnamoorthy and Others Vs. The Commissioner, Hindu Religious and ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... that apart, the learned special government pleader for the respondent nos.1, 2 and 4 takes an emphatic plea that the proceedings under section 26 of the tamilnadu hindu religious and charitable endowments act, are only summary in nature and no notice or enquiry is contemplated under the said section. in the instant case, ..... them. 5.6. the learned counsel for the petitioners strenuously projects an argument that the 2nd respondent/joint commissioner, hindu religous and charitable endowments department, madurai, had passed the impugned proceedings in a mechanical manner without adverting to the very earlier order passed in o.a.no.25 of 1978 under ..... 20.05.2016 to the other hereditary trustees listing out the charges purported to be one under section 26 (h) of hrandce act in order to initiate proceedings under section 26 to supersede the hereditary trusteeship as well as the board of trustees. 3.7. it is to be remembered that ..... the order is passed at original stage. to put it precisely, 'rules of natural justice' can operate only in cases not covered by any law validly made. 26.12. there is no two opinion of a vital fact that 'natural justice' is an antithesis of an arbitrariness. since non-arbitrariness is ..... temple cannot operate separately. in fact, in respect of 'functioning' of the board of trustees, in g.o.ms.no.4524, revenue, dated 05.11.1960, rules were framed in exercise of the powers conferred by clauses (viii) and (ix) of sub-section (2) of section 116 read with sections 47, .....

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Jul 15 2016 (HC)

Saravana Pandian Vs. The Government of Tamilnadu, Rep. by its Principa ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... , is to pass a reasoned, speaking order on merits by adverting to the objections raised and scrupulously adhering to the relevant provisions of the tamil nadu hindu religious and charitable endowments act, 1959, (ofcourse by providing adequate opportunity to the concerned trustees and others, if any). liberty is granted to the petitioner and other trustees to raise ..... andce department is only incharge secretary of hr and ce department and his original post is commissioner, hrandce department. further, under section 53 of the tamil nadu hindu religious and charitable endowments act, 1959, as secretary of the government, can deal with the charges. moreover, the second respondent/commissioner, hrandce department can also appoint another secretary. in short, ..... v. the government of tamil nadu heandce, reported in 2014 (2) tlnj 423 (civil), had held that the power under section 45 of the tamil nadu hindu religious and charitable endowments act, 1959, cannot be exercised by the commissioner unless the government prescribes the circumstances/conditions, upon which such appointment could be made etc. 21. the learned counsel ..... petitioner that the commissioner/hr and ce department/same person is acting in dual capacity and by invoking section 45(1) of the tamil nadu hindu religious and charitable endowments act, 1959, he has predetermined to pass order for taking over of the institution before disposing of the enquiry proceedings. yet another argument advanced on behalf of the petitioner is .....

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