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Sep 10 2012 (HC)

Sheikh Shabbir Vs. Shaikh Yusuf

Court : Mumbai Goa

..... claimed ignorance as to whether the business in which he invested rs.5 lakhs was registered company under the companies act. he stated that he had not seen any partnership document of the business known as f.m. studio, but he maintained that he had visited the shop. he ..... i) government, (ii) a local authority, (iii) a bank, (iv) the agricultural refinance corporation constituted under the agricultural refinance (and development) corporation act, 1963 (central act 10 of 1963) or (v) any other banking, financial or any institution which the government may, by notification in the official gazette, specify in this ..... an agricultural labourer by his employer. explanation: - the expression tenant shall have the meaning assigned to it in the goa, daman and diu agricultural tenancy act, 1964 (act 7 of 1964), or any other relevant tenancy law in force relating to tenancy or agricultural lands; section 2(l)- money-lender means, - (i) ..... gama in criminal case no.66/oa/nia/09/c acquitting the respondent of the offence punishable under section 138 of the negotiable instruments act, 1881 ('the act' for short). 3. the case of the complainant in brief is as follows: the accused approached the complainant with the proposal ..... (central act 26 of 1881), other than a promissory note; (xi) an advance of any sum exceeding rupees three thousand made on the basis of a hundi (written in english or any other indian language); (xii) an advance made bonafide by any person carrying on any business, not having .....

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Jul 04 2016 (HC)

M/s. Kalpana Mines and Minerals, Through its Proprietress, Kalpana Gaw ...

Court : Mumbai Goa

..... is in fact an agreement between the petitioner and one m/s. grand resources). he claimed that m/s grand resources is also a partnership firm of which one sayeed nazeemuddin, sayeed asimuddin, sayed zuber and 7 others are the partners. he states in categorical terms that none of ..... kalpana mines and minerals, through its proprietress, smt. kalpana gawade wife of prakash y. mainkar h. no.852/2, mainkar niwas, laxmi nagar, behind indian overseas bank, alto-porvorim, bardez, ga- 403 521. 23. this is an additional reason why the impugned judgments cannot be sustained. for the foregoing reasons ..... margao in criminal case no.209/oa/nia/2010/d convicting the petitioner for the offence punishable under section 138 of the negotiable instruments act 1881 (the act for short) and the consequent sentence of simple imprisonment for six months and for payment of compensation of rs.1.5 crores has ..... voluntarily produced by pw1, tabrej and necessary averments have been made in the complaint with regard to ingredients of section 138 of negotiable instruments act. the contention of learned advocate dinesh naik that there is evidence beyond avermnets which cannot be considered, cannot be accepted. the demand draft ..... issued a notice dated 22/7/2010, which was returned unclaimed. this led the respondent to file a complaint under section 138 of the act against the petitioner. 3. at the trial the respondent examined shri tabrej hinglajkar, pw1. and produced certain documents on record. the petitioner did .....

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Sep 10 2012 (HC)

Sheikh Shabbir Vs. Shaikh Yusuf

Court : Mumbai Goa

..... which was for sharing profits. he claimed ignorance as to whether the business in which he invested rs.5 lakhs was registered company under the companies act. he stated that he had not seen any partnership document of the business known as f.m. studio, but he maintained that he had visited the shop. he further stated that he had not personally ..... includes a pawnbroker but does not include - (i) government, (ii) a local authority, (iii) a bank, (iv) the agricultural refinance corporation constituted under the agricultural refinance (and development) corporation act, 1963 (central act 10 of 1963) or (v) any other banking, financial or any institution which the government may, by notification in the official gazette, specify in this behalf; 31. limitation on ..... ; (b) a loan advanced to an agricultural labourer by his employer. explanation: - the expression ??tenant ? shall have the meaning assigned to it in the goa, daman and diu agricultural tenancy act, 1964 (act 7 of 1964), or any other relevant tenancy law in force relating to tenancy or agricultural lands; section 2(l)- ??money-lender ? means, - (i) an individual; or (ii) an ..... (central act 26 of 1881), other than a promissory note; (xi) an advance of any sum exceeding rupees three thousand made on the basis of a hundi (written in english or any other indian language); (xii) an advance made bonafide by any person carrying on any business, not having for its primary object the lending of money, if such advance is made .....

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Apr 17 2015 (HC)

M/s. Mavany Brothers Vs. Commissioner of Income Tax and Another

Court : Mumbai Goa

..... support of the reopening notice dated 13/11/2000 as communicated to the appellant read as under: ??on referring to the correspondence with various parties and partnership deed dated 08.08.95 and the confidential report dtd. 05.10.99, received from the ddit(inv), panaji, it is seen that a theatre ..... consent of petitioner. an issue of jurisdiction can be raised at any time even in appeal or execution. reliance in this regard could usefully be made to indian bank v/s manilal govindji khona reported in 2015 (3) scc 712. paras22 of the said judgment read as under : ??22. in sushilkumar mehta ..... the appellant merely 7 days after the issuing of the impugned notice. this aspect has not at all been considered by the authorities under the act, including the tribunal. the impugned order of the tribunal while rejecting the appellant's plea of the notice being without jurisdiction has not dealt with ..... arise on information received from any other source. this however, has not been the contention of the respondent - revenue before the authorities under the act. they have proceeded on the basis that the return of income filed in 1997 was available with the assessing officer at the time when the notice ..... assessment. the appellant attended the hearing before the assessing officer and contended that there was no transfer of property under section 2(47) of the act and therefore no occasion for capital gains arose. without prejudice it was also contended that the payment of rs.66.00 lakhs which was paid .....

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Jan 22 2016 (HC)

Mayfair Co-operative Housing Society Ltd, Represented by its Secretary ...

Court : Mumbai Goa

..... incidental things. 3. in terms of these resolutions, construction of the building of the society was completed in the year 1970 by the contractor m/s. jkf enterprises, a partnership firm, of which the respondent was one of the partners. thereafter, the co-operative housing society was registered on 21/05/1971. a meeting of the general body was held ..... award dated 30th april, 1973 held that dispute filed by the petitioner against respondents 1 and 2 is not a dispute triable under section 91, maharashtra co-operative societies act, and hence the dispute be returned back to the petitioner society for filing before the appropriate court. the learned officer on special duty also held that the petitioner in ..... it reads as under: 93. transfer of disputes from one co-operative court to another and suspension of proceedings in certain cases. (1) .................................................................................. (2) notwithstanding anything contained in this act, the co-operative court, on an application made to it by any of the parties to the dispute, may, if it thinks fit suspend any proceedings in respect of any ..... court has held that the section is mandatory and imperatively requires that the disputes of the nature described in the section are referred to co-operative court , constituted under the act. subsection (3) further reinforces the mandatory nature of section 91 by providing for ouster of jurisdiction of the civil court. it lays down that no other court shall have .....

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Jun 16 2015 (HC)

Abdul Manan Neamati and Others Vs. State of Goa, Through Public Prosec ...

Court : Mumbai Goa

..... having overwhelmingly and pre-dominatingly civil flavour stand on a different footing for the purposes of quashing, particularly the offences arising from commercial, financial, mercantile, civil, partnership or such like transactions or the offences arising out of matrimony relating to dowry, etc. or the family disputes where the wrong is basically private or personal in nature and ..... of the case may be stated as follows: the petitioners are the original accused while respondent nos. 2 to 4 are the original complainant/victims in criminal case no. ipc/45/15/d pending before the judicial magistrate first class, panaji. the petitioners are natives of afghanistan and presently on an educational visa and they are taking education in ..... nature and have serious impact on society. similarly, any compromise between the victim and the offender in relation to the offences under special statutes like the prevention of corruption act or the offences committed by public servants while working in that capacity etc; cannot provide for any basis for quashing criminal proceedings involving such offences. but the criminal cases ..... the petitioners/accused is admittedly not an heinous and serious offence of mental depravity, murder or rape or dacoity or the offence under special statutes like prevention of corruption act. the offence levelled against the accused persons are not private in nature and have no serious impact on the society. the apex court in the case of giansingh v .....

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Jan 22 2016 (HC)

Mayfair Co-operative Housing Society Ltd, Represented by its Secretary ...

Court : Mumbai Goa

..... incidental things. 3. in terms of these resolutions, construction of the building of the society was completed in the year 1970 by the contractor m/s. jkf enterprises, a partnership firm, of which the respondent was one of the partners. thereafter, the co-operative housing society was registered on 21/05/1971. a meeting of the general body was held ..... award dated 30th april, 1973 held that dispute filed by the petitioner against respondents 1 and 2 is not a dispute triable under section 91, maharashtra co-operative societies act, and hence the dispute be returned back to the petitioner society for filing before the appropriate court. the learned officer on special duty also held that the petitioner in ..... it reads as under: 93. transfer of disputes from one co-operative court to another and suspension of proceedings in certain cases. (1) .................................................................................. (2) notwithstanding anything contained in this act, the co-operative court, on an application made to it by any of the parties to the dispute, may, if it thinks fit suspend any proceedings in respect of any ..... court has held that the section is mandatory and imperatively requires that the disputes of the nature described in the section are referred to co-operative court ?, constituted under the act. subsection (3) further reinforces the mandatory nature of section 91 by providing for ouster of jurisdiction of the civil court. it lays down that no other court shall have .....

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