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Feb 13 1894 (PC)

Subramania Pandia Chokka Talavar Vs. Siva Subramania Pillai and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-13-1894

Reported in : (1894)4MLJ152

..... and with its sanction, and seeing also that the collector then asked the civil court for indulgence as to payment of the decree amount from the income of the zamindari, his action was perfectly bonafide. it was not then unusual for the civil courts in order to avoid multiplicity of suits (though ..... they related to the subject matter of that suit.41. the third objection is that the admission by the collector of the claim was an act not compatible with his position as guardian ad litem and prejudicial to the minors. exhibit xxi proves that the collector acknowledged the correctness of the ..... defended the suit, but the circumstances of the case suggest the inference that the minors' mothers left the defence to be conducted by that officer acting under the direction of the court of wards as he was more competent than themselves adequately to protect the minors' interests. we may here observe that ..... litem for minor defendants. according to the then practice of the court, it was sufficient if the mother was made a party as guardian, and permitted to act as such on his behalf. it is also in, evidence (exhibits xxix to xxxii) that the, mother of subhramania pandia chokka talavar, plaintiff's predecessor ..... refer to the merits.4. the first question for determination is that raised by the fourth issue, viz,, whether the suit is barred by the act of limitations. the facts from which it arises are shortly these. at the commencement of the year 1866 and for some years before it, one bhulokapandiya .....

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Feb 13 1894 (PC)

Subramanya Pandy Chokka Talavar Vs. Siva Subramanya Pillay and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-13-1894

Reported in : (1894)ILR17Mad316

..... and with its sanction, and seeing also that the collector then asked the civil court for indulgence as to payment of the decree amount from the income of the zamindari, his action was perfectly bond fide. it was not then unusual for the civil courts in order to avoid multiplicity of suits ( ..... as they related-to the subject-matter of that suit.41. the third objection is that the admission by the collector of the claim was an act not compatible with his position as guardian, ad litem, and prejudicial to the minors. exhibit xxi proves that the collector acknowledged the correctness of the ..... alone defended the suit, but the circumstances of the case suggest the inference that the minors' mothers left the defence to be conducted by that officer acting under the direction of the court of wards, as he was more competent than themselves adequately to protect the minors' interests. we may here observe that ..... for minor defendants. according to the then practice of the court, it was sufficient if the mother was made a party as guardian and permitted to act as such on his behalf. it is also in evidence that the mother of subramania pandya chokka talavar, plaintiff's predecessor in title, applied for a ..... other issues refer to the merits.4. the first question for determination is that raised by the fourth issue, viz., whether the suit is barred by the act of limitations. the facts, from which it arises, are shortly these. at the commencement of the year 1866, and for some years before it, one .....

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May 01 1894 (PC)

Sathianama Bharati Vs. Saravanabagi Ammal and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-01-1894

Reported in : (1895)ILR18Mad266

..... charities and delivering lectures on religious subjects and on the duty of man to god and to his fellow creatures. the specific trusts, to which the income of the village is applicable according to the usage of the institution, are found by the subordinate judge to consist (i) in the distribution of ..... of property to the original grantee on which certain trusts were engrafted, so as to impose on him an obligation to apply a portion of the income of the village to those trusts. we do not consider that this contention is tenable. the subordinate judge discusses the evidence on the subject under ..... the seventh issue, he held differing from his predecessor, that the maintenance of the descendants of the original grantee was a legitimate charge only on the income of the endowment, and that the allotment of land made over to the first defendant's husband was not valid. on the eighth issue, he ..... of sankara bharati tambiran mutt by the inam commissioner on behalf of the governor in council. it confirms the village to the manager and his successors tax-free to be held without interference 'so long as the conditions of the grant are duly fulfilled.' it is not possible to reconcile this document ..... or assigns not being assigns for valuable consideration for the purpose of following in his or their hands such property. unlike the provision of the english act, section 10 does not state that the plaintiff' ought to be a beneficiary or beneficiaries whilst, according to section 437 i of the code of .....

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May 01 1894 (PC)

Sathianama Barathi Vs. Saravanabagiammal and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-01-1894

Reported in : (1894)4MLJ223

..... charities and delivering lectures on religious subjects and on the duty of man to god and to his fellow creatures. the specific trusts to which the income of the village is applicable according to the usage of the institution are found by the subordinate judge to consist (1) in the distribution of sadavritti ..... of property to the original grantee on which certain trusts were engrafted so as to impose on him an obligation to apply a portion of the income of the village to those trusts. we do not consider that this contention is tenable. the sub-judge discusses the evidence on the subject under ..... the 7th issue, he held differing from his predecessor that the maintenance of the descendants of the original grantee was a legitimate charge only on the income of the endowment and that the allotments of land made over to the 1st defendant's husband was not valid. on the 8th issue, he was ..... of sankara bharati tambiran mutt by the inam commissioner on behalf of the governor in council. it confirms the village to the manager and his successors tax-free to be held without inteference. 'so long as the conditions of the grant are duly fulfilled.' it is not possible to reconcile this document ..... or assigns not being assigns for valuable consideration, for the purpose of following in his or their hands such property; unlike the provision of the english act, section 10 does not state that the plaintiff ought to be a beneficiary or beneficiaries, whilst according to 8. 437 of the code of civil procedure .....

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Dec 14 1894 (PC)

Sivasubramania Naicker and ors. Vs. Krishnammal and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-14-1894

Reported in : (1895)5MLJ168

..... the management of the estate,, that he had no proprietary interest therein and that he was in the position of an office-bearer with the net income of the zemindari attached to that office as emolument during his incumbency. the subordinate judge has declined to adopt this theory of the zemindar's status ..... the dayadis have no right to it, that, as he is the istimirar zemindar he is the sole owner, that he pays no portion of his income to dayadis, that he does not remit kists due on their separate property, that they should also obtain licenses to cut wood in the palayagar's ..... the zemindary was treated as common property for the purpose of the palayagar contracting debts and that the family arrange-ment contained in exhibit r was acted upon.17. there other documents are referred to as containing admissions by the 1st defendant that the zemindari is inalienable. exhibit n is copy of a ..... estate belongs to a joint family for purposes of succession. they do not say that the practice or custom of the family as evidenced by its acts or declarations is to be assumed to be due to error of law and to be rejected. the subordinate judge should have considered each exhibit and ..... doing so, the learned pleader for appellants overlooks the fact that the managing co-parcener has no separate property in the income of the family estate, whereas the palayagar takes the income of the palayapat as beneficial owner for the time being. again the correspondence which took place on the demise of each palayagar .....

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