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Oct 08 2013 (HC)

M/S Superior Crafts and ors Vs. Sudhir Gupta

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Oct-08-2013

..... .4. the respondent/plaintiff had instituted the suit for recovery of a principal amount of rs.10,30,016.97p jointly and severally from the appellant/defendant no.1, a partnership of the appellants/defendants no.1 to 4, towards balance price of the goods i.e. fabric sold, supplied and delivered by the respondent/plaintiff to the appellants/defendants, together ..... counsel for the appellants/defendants has lastly contended that the respondent/plaintiff did not prove its ledger account which was in computerized form, in accordance with section 65b of the indian evidence act, 1872.25. the said argument was raised before the learned addl. district judge also, who has in the impugned judgment held that the same was irrelevant since the respondent ..... documents i.e. purchase orders, confirmation letters, delivery challans, invoices etc. and thus it is the said documents which are primary evidence/documents in accordance with section 62 of the indian evidence act and the ledger prepared on the basis of the said primary evidence/documents would fall in the category of secondary evidence within the meaning of section 65 of the ..... indian evidence act.27. the senior counsel for the appellants/defendants has been unable to contradict the aforesaid position in law.28. the counsel for the respondent/plaintiff, from the evidence led has .....

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Mar 21 2013 (SC)

Yakub Abdul Razak Memon Vs. State of Maharashtra Th:cbi Mumbai

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-21-2013

..... to the procedure, those recoveries are inadmissible in evidence. he further pointed out that seizure panchnamas were not in accordance with the procedure and, more particularly, 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 ..... on 12.09.2006/27.07.2007 awarding death sentence to 11 persons and life sentence and other sentences for the offences under tada, the indian penal code, 1860 (in short ipc ) arms act, 1959 and the explosives act, 1884. by way of impugned judgment, the trial court has convicted 100 persons and acquitted 23 persons of all the charges. the judgment under consideration ..... was imposed. as per the operative portion, a-1 was convicted under sections 3(3), 5 and 6 of tada read with section 120-b ipc and sections 3, 4 and 6 of the explosive substances act, 1984. he further pointed out that after convicting and sentencing a-1, the presiding officer stated that the reasons will be given within two months ..... understand that the underlying purpose of introducing section 120-a was to make a mere agreement to do an illegal act or an act which is not illegal by illegal means, punishable. objects and reasons are as follows: the sections of the indian penal code which deal directly with the subject of conspiracy are those contained in chapter v and section 121- a .....

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Jul 22 2013 (HC)

M/S Kutch Brine Chem Industries Vs. the State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-22-2013

..... p. state civil supply corporation on 20 th april, 2013, petitioner has filed this writ petition.2. petitioner claims to be a duly registered partnership firm engaged in the business of processing , manufacturing, sale and supply of refined iodized salt (herein after referred as "ris"). it is said ..... gupta, learned counsel for the petitioner at length read the conditions of the tender and referred to the provisions of the bureau of indian standards act, 1986. the definition of indian standard, license 5 specification and standard mark as stipulated therein in section 2 (g), (j), (s) and (t), took ..... can be easily identified and it can be put to such a testing and processing of inspection as contemplated under the bureau of indian standards act, 1986 and rules of 1987 and regulations of 1988 framed thereunder so that the quality of the product being supplied can be maintained ..... arbitrary condition. it is said that the petitioner possesses the requisite statutory isi grade and standard notified by the bureau of indian standard in accordance to the act of 1986, the rules and regulations framed therein and once the petitioner is a requisite license holder, licensed under the ..... regulations of 1988") is available i.e. a supplier or manufacturer like the petitioner, merely because the manufacturer or supplier is not using the indian standard certification mark on the product namely "the isi mark", it is said that prohibiting such a manufacturer amounts to discrimination and is unsustainable. .....

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Aug 05 2013 (HC)

Present:- Mr. Abhishek Yadav Advocate Vs. Raj Kumar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-05-2013

..... any source of income from which he will collect ` 5,00,000/-. thus, no question arose for the impugned transaction. further plea was taken that nobat singh was having a partnership in petroleum business wholly owned and run by the defendant-respondent due to his name being in the company's record as dealer whereas in actual there was no investment ..... claim of the appellants, lower appellate court has further found that the appellants have failed to produce the succession certificate in their favour as required under section 214 of the indian succession act. in view thereof, this court finds no merit in this appeal. no substantial question of law, as raised, arises for determination by this court. dismissed. august 05, 2013 (rakesh ..... executed by the appellant. all these documents show that nothing was due from the appellant to the respondents. there is another aspect of the matter, section 214 of the indian succession act, 1925 says that no court shall (a) pass a decree against a debtor of a deceased person for payment of debt to a person claiming on succession to be entitled ..... (pw1).the register of the deed vir iter also bears the signature of the appellant. this shows that the pronote was duly executed. under section 118 of the negotiable instruments act, once the execution of the pronote is admitted or proved, there is a presumption that it was executed for consideration. however, i am of the considered view that the appellant .....

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May 06 2013 (SC)

G. Sundarrajan Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-06-2013

..... brings many states together to consider approaches to safer, cheaper, more secure and more proliferation-resistant nuclear systems with effective management of nuclear waste. india is in partnership with the iaea and has incorporated many of its directives in the code of practice framed by the aerb, hence there could be no compromise on safety ..... transmission lines, the matter shall be referred to the central electricity authority whose decision shall be binding on the parties concerned. 2) no provision of the indian electricity act, 1910 (9 of 1910 ), or any rule made thereunder or of any instrument having effect by virtue of such law or rule shall have any effect ..... be applied and read in tandem like the factories act, 1948, the indian electricity act, 2003, the environment (protection) act, 1986, the water (prevention and control of pollution) act, 1974, the air (prevention and control regulation) act, 1981, the water (prevention and control of pollution) cess act, 1977, the indian explosives act, 1884, the disaster management act, 2005, the atomic energy (radiation protection) rules ..... the radiological and other safety criteria recommended by the international commission on radiological protection, international atomic energy agency and such other international bodies and adapted to suit indian conditions, and i thereby evolve major safety policies. vii) prescribe acceptable limits of radiation exposure to occupational workers and members of the public and approve acceptable .....

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Feb 27 2013 (HC)

Adidas India Marketing Private Ltd Vs. Hicare India Properties Pvt Ltd

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-27-2013

..... district in which, and it they have been executed on or after the date on which. act no. xvi of 1864, or the indian registration act 1866, or the indian registration act. 1871. or the indian registration act, 1877, or this act came or comes into force, namely, xxx xxx xxx (d) lease of immovable property from ..... the unequal bargaining power would not only be ultra vires article 14 of the constitution of india but also hit by section 23 of the indian contract act. in ongc (supra), this court, apart from the three grounds stated in renusagar (supra), added another ground thereto for exercise of the ..... brojo nath ganguly, (1986) 3 scc 15.wherein the applicability of the expression 'public policy' on the touchstone of section 23 of the indian contract act and article 14 of the constitution of india came to be considered. this court therein was dealing with unequal bargaining power of the workmen and ..... with these points, we must first consider what the expression "an agreement to lease" means under section 2(7) of the indian registration act. hereinafter referred to as the act. section 2(7) provides that a lease includes a counterpart, kabuliyat, an undertaking to cultivate and occupy and an agreement to ..... the petitioner offered another arrangement to the respondent in the form of partnership by a communication dated 15.12.2008. reading of the letter dated 15.12.2008 suggests that the petitioner had written that the indian economy is currently undergoing a slow down which has resulted in a .....

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Mar 27 2013 (HC)

it Expressway Limited Vs. Ascent Engineers

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-27-2013

..... money recovered by the respondent from the invocation of bank guarantees are concerned, there can be no serious dispute that to that extent the claimant, a partnership firm, engaged in business ventures have not only been denied of the legitimate use of money to which it is entitled to in a profitable manner ..... scc 45.(basavaraj & another v. canara bank and another) the apex court reiterated this basic principle of law by observing that section 62 of the indian contract act only gives statutory form to the common law principle of novation, and the basic principle behind the concept of novation is the substitution of a contract by ..... contract, by any mutual consent. it is an axiomatic principle of law that novation, recession or alteration of a contract under section 62 of the indian contract act, 1872, can also be done with the agreement of both the parties to the contract. it is only both the parties have to agree to ..... filed application in january, 2010 for issuance of garnishee order against the bankers of itel, i.e. m/s.vijaya bank, mount road, chennai, m/s.indian bank, adyar, shastri nagar, chennai and m/s.axis bank limited, adyar, chennai, prohibiting them from paying money to them to the extent of rs.2 ..... grant of rs.32,50,00,000/- (rupees thirty two crores and fifty lakhs only). in addition, it took term loans from tufidco, m/s.indian bank, m/s.vijaya bank etc. the petitioner company also availed inter corporate loans from tidco as well as from tidel park, the promoter company of .....

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Apr 30 2013 (HC)

Indiabulls Housing Finance Limited Vs. Green Gardens Private Limited

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-30-2013

..... given to the pawner. in this connection the learned counsel reads out three decisions viz., (1) sri rama finance corporation, bobbili, sri kakulam district a partnership firm by their managing partner sri. c.v. seetharamaswamy v. chatla yellaiah reddi and two others (1976) 1 a.w.r.107; (2) prabhat ..... the loan agreement without further notice. the contention therefore was, that this notice satisfied the requirement of section 176 r/w 177 of the indian contract act. iv) in support of this contention, learned senior counsel placed reliance on the judgment of this court in the case of kesarimal vs. gundatathula ..... the unequal bargaining power would not only be ultra vires article 14 of the constitution of india but also hit by section 23 of the indian contract act. in ongc (supra), this court, apart from the three grounds stated in renusagar (supra), added another ground thereto for exercise of the ..... brojo nath ganguly [(1986) 3 scc 156.wherein the applicability of the expression 'public policy' on the touchstone of section 23 of the indian contract act and article 14 of the constitution of india came to be considered. this court therein was dealing with unequal bargaining power of the workmen and ..... the share broker are entitled to rely upon various terms in the agreements and pledge agreements, they being contrary to the provision of the indian contract act, 1872? 4.whether the creditor gave valid notice to the pledgors before affecting the sale of the pledged shares? 5.are the sales .....

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May 06 2013 (SC)

G.Sundarrajan Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-06-2013

..... brings many states together to consider approaches to safer, cheaper, more secure and more proliferation-resistant nuclear systems with effective management of nuclear waste. india is in partnership with the iaea and has incorporated many of its directives in the code of practice framed by the aerb, hence there could be no compromise on safety ..... transmission lines, the matter shall be referred to the central electricity authority whose decision shall be binding on the parties concerned. 2) no provision of the indian electricity act, 1910 (9 of 1910 ), or any rule made thereunder or of any instrument having effect by virtue of such law or rule shall have any effect ..... be applied and read in tandem like the factories act, 1948, the indian electricity act, 2003, the environment (protection) act, 1986, the water (prevention and control of pollution) act, 1974, the air (prevention and control regulation) act, 1981, the water (prevention and control of pollution) cess act, 1977, the indian explosives act, 1884, the disaster management act, 2005, the atomic energy (radiation protection) rules ..... the radiological and other safety criteria recommended by the international commission on radiological protection, international atomic energy agency and such other international bodies and adapted to suit indian conditions, and i thereby evolve major safety policies. vii) prescribe acceptable limits of radiation exposure to occupational workers and members of the public and approve acceptable .....

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Feb 20 2013 (SC)

Balmer Lawrie and Co. Ltd. and ors. Vs. Partha Sarathi Sen Roy and ors ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-20-2013

..... 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 ..... 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 ..... . | | | |61.80% | |mutual fund & uti | | | |5.08% | |financial institutions & banks | | | |12.85% | |foreign national | | | |2.97% | |up state government | | | |0.05% | |private/corporate bodies | | | |6.14% | |indian public | | | |11.10% | |directors & their relatives | | | |0.01% | 23. there is nothing on record to show that the central government provides any financial or budgetary support to the appellant company ..... 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 .....

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