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Aug 03 2012 (HC)

Manguesh Kasturi Pai (Since Deceased) and Others Vs. the Administrativ ...

Court : Mumbai Goa

Decided on : Aug-03-2012

..... the copy is applied for on urgent basis. ? in the case of ms. shivsagar veg. restaurant (supra), the division bench of this court set aside the order passed by the income tax appellate tribunal, mumbai bench in an appeal in which final order was passed on 21/10/2005 upon conclusion of argument on 02/06/2005 on the ground that no ..... boxes were not opened and it was observed that the ballot boxes would be opened at the appropriate time at different stages as required by the tribunal. thus, the tribunal acted clearly in breach of the principles of natural justice by opening the ballot boxes, in the absence of the parties. thus, the procedure followed by the tribunal is clearly in ..... of mr. lotlikar that in the absence of any prejudice having been pointed out, the petitioners are not entitled to any relief sought in the present petition. the tribunal having acted in breach of principles of natural justice, the judgment and order which affects the rights of the petitioners, is liable to be quashed and set aside. 21. in so far .....

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Oct 15 2012 (HC)

Dinesh Narayan Shet S/O Narayan Shet Vs. Ms. Geeta Gurudas Chari

Court : Mumbai Goa

Decided on : Oct-15-2012

..... . learned counsel further submitted that even the amount which the complainant has claimed to have advanced to the accused is not shown in the income tax returns. this clearly shows that accused has not borrowed the amount from the complainant. according to the accused, she has discharged the burden ..... in criminal case no. 62/oa/nia/2009/b, acquitting the respondent/accused of the offence punishable under section 138 of the negotiable instruments act, 1881 ('the act' for short). 3. the appellant is the complainant in the above case. it is the case of the complainant that the accused ..... therefore, the impugned judgment and order is liable to be set aside and the accused convicted of the offence punishable under section 138 of the act. 10. per contra, mr. rodrigues, learned counsel appearing for the respondent/accused submitted that there is absolutely no evidence on record that the ..... evidence in defence. 6. learned magistrate by the impugned judgment and order acquitted the respondent/accused of the offence punishable under section 138 of the act. 7. learned magistrate acquitted the accused primarily on the following grounds:- (i) the complainant had failed to prove that the accused issued post ..... however, no reply was sent by the accused. since the accused failed to make payment, the complaint was filed under section 138 of the act. 4. on recording verification, process was issued against the accused. the substance of accusation was explained to the accused for which accused pleaded not .....

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Dec 07 2012 (HC)

Mahesh Kamat Vs. S. Vallabhdas Vishundas

Court : Mumbai Goa

Decided on : Dec-07-2012

..... ; (1977)79 bomlr 104. (viii) l. c. randhir vs. girdharilal and anr.; 1978 crilj 879. (ix) j. rajmohan pillai vs. state of maharashtra and y. s. vaze, dy. commissioner of income tax; 2004(2)mhlj 323. (x) valmikifaleiro vs. mrs. lauriana fernandes and ors. etc.; 2005 cri lj 2498. (xi) rajkumarbhimrao gawali vs. union of india, new delhi; manu/mh/1535/1999 .....

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May 08 2012 (HC)

Miss Kumud Pagi Vs. Gurudas Shet Gaonkar and Others

Court : Mumbai Goa

Decided on : May-08-2012

..... sometime in may of the year 2006. according to the learned counsel, therefore, since the accident had occurred in the year 2003, the actual loss of income should have been calculated for three years. it is also his submission that on account of permanent disability sustained by her, there is loss of amenities ..... the claimant was earning rs. 200/- to rs.250/- per day. the tribunal has held that it has no other option than to consider the notional income of the claimant as rs.1250/- per month. it can be understood that the claimant has been held to be simply a housewife and, therefore, the ..... earning about rs. 200/- to rs. 250/- per day and she has deposed to this effect. according to him, the tribunal has wrongly held that notional income of the claimant should be considered as rs.1250/- per month. he has relied upon nagarajappav. divisional manager, oriental insurance co. ltd.(air 2011 s.c. ..... amount was adjusted from the final compensation. the claimant has thus been awarded additional compensation of rs.92,800/- under section 166 of the m.v. act along with simple interest thereon at the rate of 9% per annum from the date of filing of the petition i.e. from 19.11.2003 ..... whereby the said claim petition has been partly allowed. 2. the appellant had filed the said claim petition under section 166 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 (m.v. act, for short) thereby claiming total compensation of rs.12.00,000/- on account of injuries sustained by her in a motor vehicular accident, which injuries .....

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