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Mar 23 1999 (HC)

Raja @ Suresh S. Kodwani Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-23-1999

Reported in : (1999)2GLR1830

..... santramdas kodwani, (hereinafter referred to as 'the accused') stood his trial for the offences punishable u/s. 302 of the indian penal code and sec. 135 of the bombay police act on the allegation that on 26/1/1988, at about 6.15 p.m. he assaulted deceased pratapbhai kundanbhai kodwani at ..... regard. santramdas kodwani, however, sold the hotel alongwith the pan-bidi cabin and deceased pratapbhai kodwani started business in the name of royal bakery in partnership with one daulatram rohra, who happens to be husband of his sister. royal bakery has been situated at shed no. e-25, at sardar industrial ..... .9. it has, however, to be ascertained whether the prosecution has successfully established guilt of the accused as referable to section 302 of the indian penal code. even the learned sessions judge has fairly concluded that there has been no eye witness to the actual assault and the prosecution case ..... circumstances that mr. shethna, learned advocate for the accused vehemently submitted that at best the offence punishable u/s. 304 part ii of the indian penal code can be said to have been established. in our considered opinion, bearing in mind the fact that indisputably the accused chased the deceased ..... have no hesitation in holding that the prosecution has succeeded in establishing the offence attributable to the accused u/s. 304 part i of the indian penal code. to that extent the present case is distinguishable from the decision in the case of state of karnataka v. siddappa basanagouda patil .....

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Jul 24 1999 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Pankajkumar R. Shah

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-24-1999

Reported in : [2001]252ITR434(Guj)

..... under section 147(b). the income-tax officer had, when he made the original assessment, considered the provisions of sections 9 and 10 of the indian income-tax act, 1922. any different view taken by him afterwards on the application of those provisions would amount to a change of opinion on material already considered by ..... escaped the assessment. he was of the view that transfer of 700 shares of arvind mills as stock-in-trade to the partnership firm styled as shah traders in which the assessee was a partner would amount to transfer of shares and would attract the provisions of the ..... officer in consequence of information in his possession had reason to believe that income chargeable has escaped the assessment. the apex court in the case of indian and eastern newspaper society v. cit : [1979]119itr996(sc) pointed out what is information. the material was already with the assessing officer. the apex ..... court in the case of indian and eastern newspaper society v. cit : [1979]119itr996(sc) held that (headnote): 'the opinion of the audit party on a point of law could not ..... be said to have come into the possession of the assessing officer justifying reopening of the assessment under the provisions of section 147(b) of the act.4. the audit party drew the attention of the assessing officer to the fact that the transfer of shares of arvind mills by the assessee would .....

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Dec 30 1999 (HC)

Deepak Vyas Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-30-1999

Reported in : 2000CriLJ2508

..... pass this order.5.3 as the second ground of attack, namely, mala fides, mr. vakharia submitted that the pump is being run by partnership firm and is being managed by a paid manager. the authorities concerned have not taken any action against other partners or the manager and, therefore ..... not conforming to the standards, the apex court said on the plea of examination made by the investigation 'having regard to the report of indian oil corporation dated may 16, 1995, which shows that density of sample taken at outlet pump 2 was within permissible variation, it must be ..... prevention of black marketing and maintenance of supplies of essential commodities act, 1980 ('pbm act' for short).2. the facts, in nutshell, leading to this petition are that, there is one paras service station, being run at makarpura, vadodara, which is a partnership firm, of which there are three partners, (1) mukesh ..... from detaining the petitioner's brother shri prakash vyas, partner of paras service station, makarpura, vadodara, under the provisions of prevention of black marketing act;(d) grant such other and further reliefs as the hon'ble court may deem fit in the facts and circumstances of the case.'4. ..... , their agents and/or servants not to detain the petitioner's brother shri prakash vyas under the provisions of the prevention of black marketing act;(c) pending hearing and final disposal of this petition an interim injunction may kindly be granted restraining the respondents, their agents and/or servants .....

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Aug 05 1999 (HC)

Umesh Shailendra Kumar Sharma Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-05-1999

Reported in : (2000)1GLR543

..... said that criminal proceedings cannot be launched or entertained. mr. jani has placed reliance on the following decisions;(i) p awan kumar vs. ashish enterprises regd partnership firm 1992 criminal law journal 1619 bombay - nagpur(ii) karam singh alias karma vs the state by the inspector of cbcid madras 1992 crim. law ..... was preferred by the complainant seeking quashing of fir lodged against him by mukesh tiwari at etah for offences punishable under section 406 and 504 of ipc. in that complaint, it is found that the goods which are supplied by mukesh tiwari are between 26th may, 1999 and 11th june, 1999 ..... iii) satish mehra vs delhi administration and another 1996 (9) scc 7665. mr. nanavati submitted that the court may reach to the bottomline of the act of the parties and assess their intention and then decide whether to exercise powers under section 482 of crpc. under no circumstances, offences under section 406 ..... trying to take advantage of that supply which was made by mukesh tiwari against rs. 9 lakhs received by him. mukesh tiwari and the petitioners are acting hands in a glove to damage the interests of the complainant.4. mr. t.s. nanavati, learned advocate appearing for the petitioners submitted that ..... are produced to show that the goods are received by them which are not supplied by the petitioners but by another party who is also allegedly acting in conspiracy with the petitioners. that person is mukesh tiwari who happens to be a brother in law of petitioner no. 1. it is the .....

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Dec 17 1999 (HC)

Municipal Corporation of City of Ahmedabad Vs. Janakkumar G. Vyas

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-17-1999

Reported in : (2000)1GLR851

..... case of the original petitioners in vijay plaza building groups of matters was that the shops in question were sold to them by vijay housing development corporation, which is a partnership firm, for a substantial consideration. according to the original petitioners, they were never informed by vijay housing development corporation that the shops were,in fact, constructed in the area ..... result if it is held that if a building is constructed illegally or in an unauthorised manner, action can only be taken against the person who is doing unauthorised act or illegal act, but after the construction of the building is passed over to others, the construction of the building enjoys immunity from any action in respect of the same. as ..... clause 15 of the letters patent, question of interpretation and ambit of powers of municipal authorities under section 260 read with section 478 of the bombay provincial municipal corporations act,1949 ('the act' for short) arises for our consideration. as common question of facts and law arise for our consideration in these appeals, we propose to dispose of them by this ..... arises whether the adjudicating authority is bound to follow the principles of natural justice. the phrase natural justice is not capable of static and precise definition. however, a duty to act fairly, i.e. in consonance with the fundamental principles of substantial justice,is generally implied, irrespective of whether the power conferred on statutory body or tribunal is administrative or .....

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