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Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: income tax act Sorted by: old Court: chennai Year: 1882 Page 1 of about 3 results (0.049 seconds)

May 01 1882 (PC)

Krishnasami Tatacharyar and ors. Vs. Krishnamacharyar and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-01-1882

Reported in : (1882)ILR5Mad313

..... office, and disturbed their worship by introducing the mantram, ramanujadayapatram, and by joining in the sevakalam, and that they have withheld payment of the income due to them as adhiapaka mirasidars. they also complain that, by reason of this denial and invasion of their rights, they have been lowered in ..... right may depend entirely on the decision of questions as to religious rites or ceremonies. this explanation declares somewhat imperfectly what was the law before the act was passed, and what, as we understand it, the law still is.18. we say somewhat imperfectly, because the explanation, while noticing religious ..... claimed damages (exhibit b). it is to be observed that the plaintiff's in the suit to which we are referring claimed to be acting on behalf of all the members of their sect residing at conjeeveram under a muktiarnama, and exhibit ddd is produced as that instrument.30. ..... been included in the decree. the tahsildar could not obtain a copy of the decree, and finding that in the official account of allowances separate incomes were specified for the thodakam and the adhiapakam, he abstained from interference and made a report to the collector, 28th december 1836 (exhibit l ..... adhiapaka miras * * whereby sevakalam, &c.;, are performed by commencing the mantram of sri sailesa dayapatram, they and their ancestors had enjoyed the income and had obtained the decree in original suit 66 of 1865--consented, in pursuance of the munsif's suggestion, to admit the tenkalais named in the .....

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May 10 1882 (PC)

Muttayan Chetti Vs. Sangili Vira Pandia Chinnatambiar, Zamindar of Siv ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-10-1882

Reported in : (1883)ILR6Mad1

..... in the evidence to lead us to the conclusion that this was a fraudulent contrivance between the late zamindar and the creditor to enable him to apply the income from the estate to purposes other than those warranted by the law. to this extent we think that the debt is binding upon the zamindari.we shall, ..... assertion of the high court, which was clearly a mistake, that ' in that case there were remarks which show that the father and son were probably acting in collusion with one another against the purchaser.'30. one of the grounds relied upon by the high court for considering that the case of kantoo lall was ..... co-pareenery with the father, and takes no step to set aside the alienation, until the father becomes destitute after a considerable lapse of time, when, acting in collusion with him, ho tries to upset a transaction in which he may be fairly presumed to have acquiesced in the special circumstances of the case. furthermore ..... the course of decisions in this presidency, in the decision in kantoo lall's case, there are remarks which show that the father and son were probably acting in collusion with one another against the purchaser, and that the suit was not brought till ten years after the sale was completed.the pious duty of ..... bunsi koer i.l.r. 5 cal. 149; l.r. 61.a. 88 and has been very properly acted upon in bengal, in bombay, and in the north-west provinces, and although it was not acted upon by the high court in madras, as it ought to have been in the case now under appeal, it .....

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Sep 11 1882 (PC)

Sri Maniyam Mahalakshmamma Garu Vs. Sri Maniyam Venkataratnamma Garu

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-11-1882

Reported in : (1883)ILR6Mad83

..... by the appellant; that, when she left yanam, the respondent had jewels with her of the value of rs. 2,600; that they were her stridhanam property and yielded no income; that rs. 100 a month was a reasonable allowance in the circumstances of the family; that the respondent demanded maintenance without affect since 1876, and that she was entitled to ..... being given to the respondent for her residence. the only other question, then, which it remains for us to decide is, whether the maintenance awarded is excessive. the annual net income from the family estate is about rs. 10,000. the appellant now in possession of the zamindari is a childless widow, and there are three other widows in the family .....

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