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Nov 19 2013 (SC)

Leela Shashikant Purandare Vs. Arvind Vishu Govande(D) Thr. Lr and ors ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-19-2013

..... of profit or payment of contingent does not make a person partner of the firm. as per section 69 of indian partnership act no suit to inference any right arising from contract shall be instituted by or on behalf of any person suing as partner in the firm against the firm or any ..... was entitled to a declaration that she has the right to continue in possession of the suit property till the dissolution of the partnership firm. in support of his argument, learned senior counsel referred to section 69 of the indian partnership act, 1932 and the judgment of this court in jagdish chander gupta v. kajaria traders (india) ltd. 1964 (8) scr50and of the calcutta ..... /88 was executed. the defendant failed to prove the existence of partnership firm by producing registered partnership deed on record. the partnership deed produced on record by the defendant are not registered documents as per section 17 of indian partnership act. the documents of partnership is compulsorily registerable. section 6 of indian partnership provides mode of determining existence of partnership. it is specifically provided in this section that mere sharing .....

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Feb 20 2013 (SC)

Balmer Lawrie and Co. Ltd. and Others Vs. Partha Sarathi Sen Roy and O ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-20-2013

..... constitution), and is thus, amenable to writ jurisdiction.2. facts and circumstances giving rise to these appeals are:a. the appellant is a public limited company incorporated under the indian companies act, 1956. the shares of the appellant company were originally held by indo-burma petroleum co. ltd., life insurance corporation, unit trust of india, general insurance corporation and its ..... the ministry of petroleum and natural gas. the ministry of petroleum and natural gas exercises administrative control over the appellant company. the appellant company started its business as a partnership firm in 1867 and subsequently, the same was converted into a private limited company in 1924, and then eventually, into a public limited company in 1936.its past ..... age of equity holdingbalmerlawrie investment ltd.61.80%mutual fund and uti5.08%financial institutions and banks12.85%foreign national2.97%up state government0.05%private/corporate bodies6.14%indian public11.10%directors and their relatives0.01%23. there is nothing on record to show that the central government provides any financial or budgetary support to the appellant ..... ibp company limited, had a common chairman. the remuneration structure of the employees of the appellant company, is also in conformity with those which are applicable to the indian oil corporation and ibp, as has been fixed by the bureau of public enterprises, government of india. the reservation policy as enshrined in the directive principles of the constitution .....

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Mar 21 2013 (SC)

Sanjay Dutt and ors. Vs. State of Maharashtra, Through Cbi (Stf), Bomb ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-21-2013

..... manish market and became a friend of a-53.(iii) the appellant started the business of film distribution and production by the name of magnum in partnership with hanif kandawala (a-40)-since deceased.(iv) anees ibrahim kaskar (aa) became a member of his video library and was referred to by ..... work with mustafa dossa and became a friend of a- 53.iii) a-53 started film distribution and production business by the name of 'magnum' in partnership with hanif kandawala (a-40 - since died).iv) anis ibrahim (aa) became a member of his video library and was referred to by everyone as ..... tada reads asunder: 15. certain confessions made to police officers to be taken into consideration.-(1) noth withstanding anything in the code or in the indian evidence act, 1872, but subject to the provisions of this section, a confession made by a person before a police officer not lower in rank than a ..... possession of any weapon and a-124 was not having any knowledge about it. he also contended that he was charged only under the arms act and ipc which has nothing to do with tada and the offence against him, if any, ought to have been referred to the normal criminal court and ..... 211.further, the credibility of the witness has not been shaken despite vigorous cross examination. section 27 of the indian evidence act:61) this court, while dealing with the law relating to section 27 of the indian evidence act observed about the possibility and plausibility of such recoveries as followed in state (nct of delhi) vs. navjot .....

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Mar 01 2013 (SC)

Mahalaxmi Co-operative Housing Society Ltd. Vs. Ashabhai Atmaram Patel ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-01-2013

..... nos. 1 to 5. schedule to that documents refer to the survey numbers and properties sold. respondent no. 1 to 5 (purchasers) formed a partnership firm by name m/s arbuda corporation and they executed an agreement to sell dated 15.9.1975 in favour of mahalaxmi society in respect of ..... contiguous parcels of lands in favour of five persons i.e. respondent nos. 1 to 5. respondent nos. 1 to 5 (purchasers) formed a partnership firm in the name of m/s arbuda corporation on 4.3.1965 to deal with the above-mentioned properties and each partner had equal share. ..... the court, for reasons to be recorded, thinks fit to grant such adjournment.explanation:- an agreement or compromise which is void or voidable under the indian contract act, 1872 (9 of 1872), shall not be deemed to be lawful within the meaning of this rule.rule 1 of order xxiii speaks of withdrawal ..... also pointed out that bai saraswati had fraudulently, unauthorizedly and illegally made an application before the authority for seeking permission under section 63 of the tenancy act to transfer the land in question in favour of mahalaxmi society. following that, two registered sale deeds dated 5.6.1992 and 8.6.1992 ..... deputy collector, ahmadabad, mahalaxmi society and bai saraswati on 31.07.1992 praying for an injunction restraining the grant of permission under section 63 of the tenancy act, which was, however, granted on the same day. consequently, special civil suit no. 681 of 1992 was later amended challenging the grant of permission. .....

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Mar 21 2013 (SC)

Yakub Abdul Razak Memon. Vs. the State of Maharashtra, Through Cbi , B ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-21-2013

..... to it at the same time, but may be reached by successive actions evidencing their joining of the conspiracy.9. it has been said that a criminal conspiracy is a partnership in crime, and that there is in each conspiracy a joint or mutual agency for the prosecution of a common plan. thus, if two or more persons enter into ..... adherence to the procedure,those recoveries are inadmissible in evidence. he further pointed out thatseizure panchnamas were not in accordance with the procedure and, moreparticularly, section 27 of the indian evidence act, 1872.(v) all the confessional statements are exculpatory and not inculpatory.in view of the same, the entire statements made are not acceptable.(vi) there is no material to ..... adherence to the procedure, thoserecoveries are inadmissible in evidence. he also pointed out that seizurepanchnama was not in accordance with the procedure and, more particularly,section 27 of the indian evidence act. now, let us consider how far theprosecution has established that the recovered articles/materials wereeither used or intended to be used for the bomb blasts on 12.03.1993pursuant ..... the judgment on12.09.2006/27.07.2007 awarding death sentence to 11 persons and lifesentence and other sentences for the offences under tada, the indian penalcode, 1860 (in short 'ipc') arms act, 1959 and the explosives act, 1884.by way of impugned judgment, the trial court has convicted 100 persons andacquitted 23 persons of all the charges. the judgment under considerationpertains .....

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Jan 08 2013 (SC)

M/S Gian Chand and Brothers Vs. Rattan Lal @ Rattan Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-08-2013

..... partners, but by two other persons and that the tenant had parted with the premises by sub-letting them to the said two persons under the garb of deed of partnership by constituting a bogus firm. this court observed that there is substantial pleading to that effect. the true test, the two-judge bench observed, was whether the other side has ..... is the partner of the said partnership firm. the plaintiff firm advances money to the agriculturists and charges commission on the sale price of the agricultural produce sold as determined by the market committee. for the aforesaid ..... of rs.10,45,620/- along with pendente lite and future interest at @18% per annum. it was the case of the plaintiffs that plaintiff no.1 is a registered partnership firm carrying the business of commission agent for sale and purchase of food grains in shop no.69, new green market at anaj mandi in pehowa and plaintiff no.2 ..... bannerjee since deceased and after him his legal representatives and others[3]., a constitution bench of this court, while dealing with a mode of proof of a will under the indian succession act, observed that where the caveator alleges undue influence, fraud and coercion, the onus is on him to prove the same.20. in a. raghavamma and another v. a. chenchamma .....

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Jan 08 2013 (SC)

Gian Chand and Brothers and anr. Vs. Rattan Lal Alias Rattan Singh.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-08-2013

Reported in : 2013(1)CTC399; 2013(1)KLT67; 2013(1)SCJ601; 2013(2)SCC606; 2013(1)KCCR615; AIR2013SCW777; 2013(2)MLJ291

..... partners, but by two other persons and that the tenant had parted with the premises by sub-letting them to the said two persons under the garb of deed of partnership by constituting a bogus firm. this court observed that there is substantial pleading to that effect. the true test, the two-judge bench observed, was whether the other side has ..... is the partner of the said partnership firm. the plaintiff firm advances money to the agriculturists and charges commission on the sale price of the agricultural produce sold as determined by the market committee. for the aforesaid ..... of rs.10,45,620/- along with pendente lite and future interest at @18% per annum. it was the case of the plaintiffs that plaintiff no. 1 is a registered partnership firm carrying the business of commission agent for sale and purchase of food grains in shop no. 69, new green market at anaj mandi in pehowa and plaintiff no. 2 ..... and after him his legal representatives and others [air 1964 sc 529], a constitution bench of this court, while dealing with a mode of proof of a will under the indian succession act, observed that where the caveator alleges undue influence, fraud and coercion, the onus is on him to prove the same.20. in a. raghavamma and another v. a. chenchamma .....

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Jan 08 2013 (SC)

M/S. Gian Chand and Brothers and Another Vs. Rattan Lal @ Rattan Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-08-2013

..... partners, but by two other persons and that the tenant had parted with the premises by sub-letting them to the said two persons under the garb of deed of partnership by constituting a bogus firm. this court observed that there is substantial pleading to that effect. the true test, the two-judge bench observed, was whether the other side has ..... is the partner of the said partnership firm. the plaintiff firm advances money to the agriculturists and charges commission on the sale price of the agricultural produce sold as determined by the market committee. for the aforesaid ..... of rs.10,45,620/- along with pendente lite and future interest at @18% per annum. it was the case of the plaintiffs that plaintiff no. 1 is a registered partnership firm carrying the business of commission agent for sale and purchase of food grains in shop no. 69, new green market at anaj mandi in pehowa and plaintiff no. 2 ..... and after him his legal representatives and others [air 1964 sc 529], a constitution bench of this court, while dealing with a mode of proof of a will under the indian succession act, observed that where the caveator alleges undue influence, fraud and coercion, the onus is on him to prove the same. 20. in a. raghavamma and another v. a. chenchamma .....

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Apr 17 2013 (SC)

Jatya Pal Singh and Others Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-17-2013

..... conduct discipline and appeal rules, 1992 which had the force of law. it was also pointed out that the corporation (vsnl) being in partnership with union of india is duty bound to uphold the rule of law. learned counsel submitted that the aforesaid judgment is liable to be set ..... authorities under article 12 of the constitution. in view of the present set up of mixed economy i.e. where the state is in partnership with semi-government/private corporations that take over the government companies in part or full. in support of his submission, he relies on the ..... and long distance service. international long distance service (ilds) was granted by the department of telecommunication, government of india under section 4 of the indian telegraph act. the licences of vsnl for ilds which expired on 31st march, 2004 has been re-granted for another 20 years. the brief factual matrix ..... noticed earlier that ilds functions, prior to 1986, were being performed by ocs, a department of ministry of communications. vsnl was incorporated under the indian companies act, 1956 as a wholly owned government company to take over the activities of erstwhile ocs with effect from 1st april, 1986. the employees of ..... the terms and conditions mentioned in the schedule on the part of the licensee, the licensor does, hereby grant, under section 4 of the indian telegraph act, 1885, on a non-exclusive basis, this licence to establish, install, operate and maintain international long distance service on the terms and .....

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Apr 17 2013 (SC)

Jatya Pal Singh and ors. Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-17-2013

..... conduct discipline and appeal rules, 1992 which had the force of law. it was also pointed out that the corporation (vsnl) being in partnership with union of india is duty bound to uphold the rule of law. learned counsel submitted that the aforesaid judgment is liable to be set ..... authorities under article 12 of the constitution. in view of the present set up of mixed economy i.e. where the state is in partnership with semi-government/private corporations that take over the government companies in part or full. in support of his submission, he relies on the ..... long distance service. international long distance service (ilds) was granted by the department of telecommunication, government of india under section 4 of the indian telegraph act. the licences of vsnl for ilds which expired on 31st march, 2004 has been re-granted for another 20 years. the brief factual matrix ..... noticed earlier that ilds functions, prior to 1986, were being performed by ocs, a department of ministry of communications. vsnl was incorporated under the indian companies act, 1956 as a wholly owned government company to take over the activities of erstwhile ocs with effect from 1st april, 1986. the employees of ..... the terms and conditions mentioned in the schedule on the part of the licensee, the licensor does, hereby grant, under section 4 of the indian telegraph act, 1885, on a non-exclusive basis, this licence to establish, install, operate and maintain international long distance service on the terms and conditions .....

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