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Nov 21 2012 (HC)

Pawittar Singh Walia Vs. Union Territory Chandigarh and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-21-2012

..... (o&m 7. that the seller (transferor) shall produce no objection certificate to sell the plot from the estate office, income tax clearance certificate, permission under urban land ceiling act, from the competent authority and other documents if any so required in this connection before or at the time of registration of ..... have no application if the transfer was invalid as being forbidden by law or contrary to public policy, as envisaged under section 23 of the contract act. thus, no estoppel can be pleaded contrary to the provisions of a statute. the 'rule of feeding the estoppel' shall apply in absence thereof. ..... court in the case of kartar singh's case (supra).held as under:- a reading clearly shows that for application of section 43 of the act, two conditions must be satisfied. firstly, that there is a fraudulent or erroneous representation made by the transferor to the transferee that he is ..... had been resumed on account of not payment of balance due installments, then the petitioner cannot seek the protection under section 43 of the t.p.act. petitioner has failed to lay the basic and factual foundation, in this regard, that he was misled by any misrepresentation at the hands of ..... , to sell away the commercial site in question, the petitioner would have saved himself from the disadvantageous situation created for him by the unwarranted act of the original allottee. the principle of caveat emptor is a property law principle which puts the buyer at caution. civil writ petition no.22898 .....

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Nov 19 2012 (HC)

Present : Mr. Aditya Kumar Sharma Advocate Vs. Mrs. Reenu Sondhi @ Ree ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-19-2012

..... said return was filed after the respondent-wife had moved application (annexure p-1).keeping in view the same, it appears that the petitioner did not disclose his real income in the income tax return (annexure p-3).as regards plea of the husband that he has to maintain his mother also, the same also cannot be accepted because petitioner's parents are ..... calcutta high court in 1988 (2) hlr 20.titled as gita chatterjee versus probhat kumar chatterjee also contended that for the purpose of income under section 24 of the act, capital assets like lands and hereditaments cannot be included in income. on this analogy, it was argued that rent being paid by the petitioner for the premises where he is running his dental ..... of india. the revision petition is meritless and is accordingly dismissed. in the instant revision petition, the wife has moved cmm no.79 of 2012 under section 24 of the act claiming maintenance and litigation expenses. petitioner husband has not filed any reply to the application. the maintenance has already been awarded by the trial court and, therefore, is not required ..... by learned additional district judge, chandigarh thereby allowing application (annexure p-1) filed by respondent-wife smt. reenu sondhi @ reetika atwal under section 24 of the hindu marriage act, 1955 (in short, 'the act') and thereby directing the petitioner-husband to pay `10,000/- per month as maintenance pendente lite and `20,000/- as litigation expenses to the respondent. cr no.1404 .....

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May 22 2012 (HC)

Vinod Chopra and Another Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-22-2012

..... . sufficient amount was spent on the marriage. many jewellery articles were given in marriage which was accounted for in the account books of the father of the complainant and income tax returns. bills for purchasing the same were also handed over to the investigating officer. however, none of the said jewellery articles has been recovered. she has given details ..... fide one and filed with oblique motive and, however, there are also rapid increase in genuine cases of dowry harassment. the present is such a case of harassment and acts of cruelty having been committed upon complainant on account of dowry. she was turned out of the matrimonial home and, thereafter divorce petition was filed. efforts were also made ..... petitioners joined the investigation and, however, they are not cooperating and recovery of jewellery is yet to be effected. further contended that there are specific allegations of various acts of cruelty having been committed upon complainant by all the family members including the present petitioners and that the complainant has given natural version of the occurrence in the detailed ..... affluent families. lot of articles were given in dowry including jewellery, which was entrusted to all the family members including the present petitioners-accused. there are specific allegations of acts of physical torture having been committed upon the complainant by petitioners-accused and the co-accused. she has given natural version of the entire occurrence. it has been contended .....

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Dec 13 2012 (HC)

Present: Mr. S.K. Garg Narwana Sr. Advocate with Vs. Central Bureau of ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-13-2012

..... favour the complainant in the enquires in different cases pending against the complainant. bribe money has been recovered during the trap and cbi has joined two gazetted officers of the income tax department in the raid. learned counsel further contended that shadow witnesses have not been associated since it was a case of senior police officer and there was every possibility of ..... factor that also requires to be taken note of is the punishment that could be imposed after trial and conviction, both under the indian penal code and prevention of corruption act. otherwise, if the former is the only test, we would not be balancing the constitutional rights but rather "r ecalibration of the scales of justice."the provisions of cr. ..... had motive to falsely implicate the petitioner since the petitioner was/is to depose against him for dereliction of duty, insubordination and not informing senior officers about crime and other acts for which the allegations alleged against the complainant are being crm m-36767 o 6. enquired. learned counsel for the petitioner further submitted that keeping in view the medical circumstances ..... procedure for grant of regular bail to the petitioner pending trial in case fir not rcchg2012 aco 2.dated 18.10.2012, under sections 7 of the prevention of corruption act, 1988, registered at police station cbi, sector 30, chandigarh. brief facts of the case are that cbi registered aforesaid fir against petitioner - desh raj singh, superintendent of police, city .....

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Nov 16 2012 (HC)

Dr. Jayant Daniel Thorat Vs. State of Punjab and Another

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-16-2012

..... , under section 482 cr.p.c., for quashing the criminal proceedings, could be filed, through an attorney. reliance therein, was placed, on ravulu subha rao and others versus commissioner of income tax, madras, 1956 (sc).604. the careful perusal of the facts of ravulu subha rao and others.case (supra).clearly goes, to show, that the question, before their lordships of the ..... apex court, that fell for determination, was with regard to the interpretation of section 2 of the power of attorneys act. in ravulu subha rao and others.case (supra).no question, fell for decision, before the apex court, as to whether, the accused/petitioner, could file a petition, under section 482 ..... gupta's case (supra).the question, that fell for consideration, was, as to whether, a complaint, under section 138 of the negotiable crm not m-1059 of 2010 -5- instruments act, 1881, could be filed, by the complainant, through a power of attorney. the delhi high court, held that, the complaint, could be filed, through a power of attorney, after obtaining ..... judge, thiruvananthapuram, kerala, air 199.sc 1385.in para 15, it is observed as under:- 15. section 2 of the power of attorney act cannot override the specific provision of a statute which requires that a particular act should be done by a party in person. when the code requires the appearance of an accused in a court it is no compliance .....

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Jan 18 2012 (HC)

iffco Tokio General Insurance Company Ltd. Vs. Krishna Devi and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-18-2012

..... .e. `5000/- being on the lower side, is enhanced to `20,000/- (in all). accordingly, the total compensation comes to ` 11,45,696/- (11704 (monthly income) + 5852 (50% increased future income) x (dependency) x 12 - 3000 (tax deduction) x 11 (multiplier) + 20,000 (conventional heads). the excessive amount i.e. `8,42,120/- (19,87,816 (already awarded by the learned tribunal) 11 ..... methods of calculations being adopted. where the deceased was selfemployed or was on a fixed salary (without provision for annual increments etc.), the courts will usually take only the actual income at the time of death. a departure therefrom should be made only in rare and exceptional cases involving special circumstances. accordingly, in the present case, the deceased being 21 years ..... smt. sarla verma and others vs. delhi transport corporation and another, 2009(3) rcr (civil) 77, the increase of 50% of the actual salary should have been made towards future income as the age of the deceased was permanent employee. he was 21 years of age at the time of accident. it is further submitted that the amount awarded under the ..... the deceased towards future prospects, where the deceased had a permanent job and was below 40 years. [where the annual income is in the taxable range, the words actual salary should be read as actual salary less tax]. the addition should be only 30% if the age of the deceased was 40 to 50 years. there should be no addition, where the .....

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Feb 27 2012 (HC)

The Oriental Insurance Company and Another Vs. Narinder Singh and Anot ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-27-2012

..... the records of the case with their able assistance. fao no.2337 of 2009 9. this is an appeal for enhancement of compensation. the tribunal has taken the income of deceased as rs.3000/- per month. the age of the deceased has been taken as 46 years. so, the amount has to be calculated in accordance ..... spot. 4. the motor cycle was owned by respondent no.1 and was insured with respondent no.2. dalbir singh was of the age of 45 years having income of rs.3300/- per month from agriculture. he has claimed rs.5 lacs by way of compensation. 5. respondent no.1 was proceeded against ex-parte vide ..... repelled. 16. so far as the argument advanced by the learned counsel for the insurance company to the effect that application under section 163-a of the act at the instance of narinder kumar son of deceased dalbir singh is not maintainable inasmuch as he is not a 3rd party and he stepped into the shoes ..... per the said table, the amount payable to the claimants in case the age of deceased is between 45 to 50 years and had yearly income of rs.36,000/-. 1/3rd amount has to be deducted in respect of personal expenses, as per that table. the multiplier applied by the ..... narinder singh claimant filed claim petition 163-a of the motor vehicles act, 1988 ( in short the act) 3. narinder singh has filed this claim petition under section 163- a of the motor vehicles act, 1988 claiming compensation on the averments that on 29.08.2005 near tax barrier, lohgarh, his father dalbir singh was going on a motor cycle .....

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Dec 11 2012 (HC)

Smt. Kuldeep Kaur Wife of Sh. Balwinder Singh and Another. Vs. Ranjit ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-11-2012

..... for enhancement of compensation for death of a bachelor where the parents were claimants. the younger of the claimants was mother aged 55 years.the deceased was an income tax assessee and the annual income was assessed at `1,04,000/-. the tribunal adopted a 50% deduction and applied a multiplier of 9. in terms of the judgment of the supreme court in .....

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Jan 09 2012 (HC)

Shiv Charan Singh Vs. Haryana State Industrial and Infrastructure Deve ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-09-2012

..... only in certain situations. [see salomon v. salomon and co. [1897 ac 22], dal chand and others v. commissioner of income tax, punjab (1944) 12 itr 458, juggilal kamlapat vs. commissioner of income tax, u.p. (1969) 1 scr 988 = 1969 (73) itr 702 and kapila hingorani v. state of bihar (2003) ..... admission the court cannot give effect to an agreement, whether by way of compromise or otherwise, inconsistent with the provisions of the act." 19. in suptd. of taxes, dhubri and others vs. m/s onkarmal nathmal trust air 1975 sc 2065, the honble supreme court considered the plea of ..... from the said constitutional restrictions, the statute does not put any embargo upon the corporation to exercise its power under section 29 of the act. indisputably, the said provision was enacted by the parliament with a view to see that the dues of the corporation are realized expeditiously. when ..... use the mortgage properties until the corporation takes possession thereof under these presents or by virtue of the provisions contained in the state financial corporation act, 1951 and take possession thereof accordingly. 7. over and above the provisions herein contained and without prejudice thereto, if the borrower makes ..... writ petition is to action taken by the state financial corporation against the petitioner under section 29 of the state financial corporation act, 1951 (for short the act) being guarantor. the learned counsel for respondent no.1 relied upon a division bench judgment of this court reported as m/ .....

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Mar 02 2012 (HC)

Dy. Chief Controller of Imports and Exports, New Delhi Vs. Jasbir Sing ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-02-2012

..... firm has installed the machinery worth rs. 2,57,000/- in its premises. the firm was further shown to have permanent account, bearing no.py-23/25/18, with the income tax officer and the residential address of s.s.khanna was shown as 416, model town, sonepat. the import licence was applied on the basis of past consumption, which was purported ..... were imported. in this manner, all the accused hatched a criminal conspiracy and disposed of all the imported material brought on fake licence, in contravention of the provisions of the act and relevant rules. inter-alia in the background of these allegations, the complainant filed the criminal complaint (annexure ii) against the respondents-accused, in the manner depicted hereinbefore. 3. taking ..... the constitution. the right to speedy trial extends equally to all criminal prosecutions and is not confined to any particular category of cases. the court has to perform the balancing act upon taking into consideration all the attendant circumstances and determine in each case whether the right to speedy trial has been denied in a given case and the criminal prosecution ..... , which, to my mind, is not legally permissible. hence, the accused are estopped and debarred from claiming the acquittal on the ground of speedy trial, by virtue of their own acts and conducts. having regard to the nature of offences and the relevant circumstances, as discussed hereinabove, to me, it will be appropriate to reject the submissions of speedy trial raised .....

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