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Aug 30 1967 (HC)

Minor Sivaraman and ors. Vs. P.M. Shanmughasundara Mudaliar and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-30-1967

Reported in : (1968)2MLJ284

..... properties. but the suit properties were really purchased by karuppuswami. mr. m.s. venkatarama iyer urged that the suit properties were purchased from out of the income of the press run in the name of sivaraman. the mere fact that karuppuswami conducted a press in the name of his eldest don sivaraman would not make ..... or of their own accord, assaulted the plaintiffs and trespassed into the suit houses. the second defendant is a minor. it is stated that the third defendant acted on behalf of the second defendant. thus even according to the averments in the plaint, it is defendants 2 and 3 who are in wrongful possession of ..... he would fail if he obtains such a decree even one day late through no fault on his part. it is a well known principle that an act of court shall prejudice no man, based on the maxim actus curiae neminem gravabit. hence, a person who has obtained a decision in a pending suit ..... 1925 that her husband predeceased her father-in-law, and that this earlier statement of 1925 was admissible under section 32 (3) of the indian evidence act and it was entitled to great weight as it was made at a time when there was no trouble whatsoever in the family.6. it is true ..... from her husband. it is not stated in that decision that the statement is inadmissible in evidence. such statements are admissible under section 13 of the evidence act, though the value to be attached to the statement would depend upon the facts and circumstances of each case. but the statement in the gift deed was .....

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Aug 24 1967 (HC)

Sinnaraj Pillai and ors. Vs. Ramayee Ammal and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-24-1967

Reported in : (1968)2MLJ639

..... words of severance, the gift taken as a whole might show that a tenancy-in-common was intended. thus provisions for the use of capital or income, or both, for the maintenance and advancement of those concerned created a tenancy-in-common. for example, if under a settlement on children containing such ..... statutory period. exclusive possession by one co-tenant being consistent with the subsistence of the tenancy-in-common, to be adverse there must be outward acts of exclusive ownership or possession hostile to the tenauts-in-common. while the ultimate finding whether there is ouster or not is a matter for ..... the testator as could be gathered from the language of the instrument and the surrounding circumstances.10. the true scope of section 106 of the indian succession act has been the subject of careful consideration by one of us in sanjeevi reddi v. ahilandathammal and minor radhna a.s. no. 84 of 1957 ..... the interpretation, which the court would ordinarily give to the will in question. the reference to ' two persons jointly ' in section 106 of the act obviously means a bequest to a plurality of persons and not just to two persons in the arithmetical sense. in our view, the illustration deals with ..... and this process may continue until there is, but one survivor, who would then hold as sole tenant.6. section 106 of the indian succession act which is relied upon for the plaintiffs is one of a fasciculus of sections dealing with the doctrine of lapse of legacies. we are concerned here .....

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Aug 24 1967 (HC)

Ayya Nadar and ors. Vs. Sri Vaidyanathaswami Koil Devasthanam Through ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-24-1967

Reported in : (1970)2MLJ129

..... really confined to inams directly granted to the temple, or service inams for the purpose of a temple or mutt, or inams the whole of the income of which is meant for charity and does not include personal inams burdened with service vide bheemasena rao v. telia reddi : [1962]1scr339 . in view ..... could be supported on the facts of that case as the plaintiffs in that case based their right to collect what the district judge called the tax upon custom.13. but so far as the orders on the resumption proceedings are concerned, they do-not stand on the same footing as the ..... services is valid. the suits have been filed by the alienees from the original inamdars under section 35 (2) of the hindu religious and charitable endowments act (xix of 1951), to set aside the order of the district collector, ramanathapuram at madurai, directing resumption of the inams at the instance of sri ..... the decision which is put forward as constituting res judicata. the principles in this decision is that though the proceeding under section 84 (2) of act ii of 1927 are started as an original petition, the petition has all the characteristics of the suit. reliance was placed in that decision upon the ..... that the inams were personal grants burdened with service and not service inams resumable under section 44-b of the madras hindu religious and charitable endowments act (ii of 1927) that the inams comprised only the melwaram and not both the melwaram and kudiwaram and that the result of the prior proceedings under .....

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Sep 28 1967 (HC)

Rajasekharappa (N.) Vs. Government of Mysore and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Sep-28-1967

Reported in : ILR1968KAR95; (1968)IILLJ680Kant; (1967)2MysLJ523

ordersomnath ayyar, j. 1. the public service commission published a notification on 25 august, 1965 in the official gazette bearing the date 9 september, 1965 inviting applications for 4 posts of overseers and 5 posts of foremen in the government press, bangalore. by rules made by the governor under the proviso to art. 309 of the constitution on 1 december, 1960 called the mysore general service (printing, stationery and publications branch) recruitment rules, 1960, the qualification for the posts of an overseer and also for the post of a foreman was prescribed. in respect of 50 per cent of the posts of overseers which had to be filled up by direct recruitment under those rules, the qualification prescribed by the governor which appears against the post of an overseer in col. (3) is a diploma in printing of a 'recognized institute.' the rule also stated that the person appointed would be on probation for two years. in respect of 33-1/3 per cent posts of foremen which under the rules had to be filled by direct recruitment, the qualification prescribed by the governor was the same kind of diploma, namely, a diploma in printing of a recognized institute. in addition, the person who could be appointed was required to process two years' experience in a printing press. 2. the petitioner is a compositor in the government press, and it is undisputed that he does not hold a diploma in printing of a recognized institute as such. but it is not controverted that during the period between .....

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