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Dec 17 2012 (HC)

Present: Mr. Rakesh Gupta Advocate and Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-17-2012

..... . considering the life span of the trees and the yield that they could make possible for an owner, the court adopted a multiplier of 10 in regard to the annual income which was assessed at ` 80 per tree. the court was reiterating a principle of what had already been considered by the supreme court in kerala state electricity board vs. livisha ..... under section 23(1- a) shall not be available. the land owners would also be entitled to the interest in the manner contemplated under sections 28 of the land acquisition act.6. the appeal by the state seeking for reduction of compensation already determined in rfa no.918 of 1993 is dismissed rfa no.819 of 1993 -7- and the appeal ..... section 23(1-a) for the acquisition of land as additional amount. the reference court also provided for interest on the enhanced amount under the provisions of the land acquisition act. the state has come on appeal in rfa no.918 of 1993 against the compensation as being in excess of what is appropriate while the land owners have come on ..... the judgment should be reported in the digest?. yes -.- k. kannan j.1. through a reference made to the court by the collector under section 18 of the land acquisition act, the reference court was required to assess the compensation payable for the value of eucalyptus trees in the property acquired. the reference court found that there were 4000 eucalyptus trees .....

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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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May 10 2012 (HC)

Safed Khan (Now Deceased Through His Lrs) Vs. Commissioner, Ambala Div ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-10-2012

..... reserved for the charagah (a common purpose of the village) and shall not be divided among the proprietors. it has also been mentioned that income from the shamilat deh shall be used for the purpose of digging the johar or construction of masjid and for their maintenance. on the basis ..... of arguments, learned counsel for the petitioner argued that the shamilat deh belongs to patti, therefore, clause (3) of section 2 (g) of the act will apply and according to the said clause, only lands described in the revenue records as shamilat, tarafs, pattis, pannas and tholas and used according ..... ; (ii-a) was shamilat deh, but has been allotted to any person by the rehabilitation department of the state government, after the commencement of this act, but on or before the 9th day of july, 1985; (iii) has been partitioned and brought under cultivation by individual landholders before the 26th january, ..... filed by the petitioner was dismissed in limine, without passing any speaking order. feeling aggrieved against the orders, passed by the authorities under the act, the instant writ petition has been filed by the petitioner. we have heard learned counsel for the parties and gone through the impugned orders as ..... summarily, and remanded the matter to the assistant collector with a direction to exercise his power under the provisions of section 7 of the act by converting the eviction application into a title suit and then after framing the issues and providing opportunity of hearing to both the parties to .....

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Dec 10 2012 (HC)

Present: Ms. Ekta Thakur Advocate Vs. Sushila W/O Late Sh. Muna Lal Ji ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-10-2012

..... of marriage. learned counsel would argue that in petition filed under section 163-a calculation ought to fao no.4848 of 2010 -2- have been with reference to the income, deduction and multiplier in the manner suggested by schedule ii itself and there could not have been the assessment in the manner in which it has been done. ii. ..... - regulatory and development authority act, 1999. the insurance companies' contracts of insurance are, therefore, driven by statutes and regulations enacted through statutory committees.11. the indian motor tariff regulations are issued by the tariff ..... types of policy and the tariffs are worked through the provisions under part 2b and through regulations notified by the statutorily established tariff advisory committee under section 64 of the act. the insurance business in india is controlled business. what was wholly state controlled was later given room to private players also through insurance fao no.4848 of 2010 -9 ..... mechanical defect of the motor vehicle. the petition was, therefore, filed under section 163a of the motor vehicles act.2. the tribunal while determining the issue for compensation arising on account of the claim by parent applied differential multiplier and differential income for the first few years assuming that the contribution to the family would have been larger and reducing the .....

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