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Feb 22 2013 (HC)

Babita Pathak and Others Vs. High Court of Delhi and Others

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-22-2013

..... , flair in english, knowledge of objective type legal problems and their solutions covering constitution of india, code of civil procedure, code of criminal procedure, indian penal code, contract act, partnership act, principles governing arbitration law, evidence act, specific relief act and limitation act will be included. minimum qualifying marks in the preliminary examination shall be 60% for general and 55% for reserved categories i.e. ..... (dead) through lrs & others:2010. (1) scc 756.16. in national federation of blind (supra), a division bench of this court held as under:16. the disabilities act was enacted for protection of the rights of the disabled in various spheres like education, training, employment and to remove any discrimination against them in the sharing of development benefits ..... disabilities as also to ensure equal opportunities and protection of the rights of full participation of such persons. that being the case, it was submitted that the said act ought to be given a liberal, purposive and constructive interpretation in favour of the persons with disabilities. for this proposition, he placed reliance on bata india ltd v ..... up by the candidates of general category which would include the petitioners.11. mr datar, appearing on behalf of the high court of delhi, submitted that the said act being a beneficial / welfare legislation enacted to benefit the persons with disabilities had been enacted with the object and purpose of giving effect to the proclamation on the .....

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Feb 22 2013 (HC)

Deepti Vs. High Court of Delhi and Others

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-22-2013

..... , flair in english, knowledge of objective type legal problems and their solutions covering constitution of india, code of civil procedure, code of criminal procedure, indian penal code, contract act, partnership act, principles governing arbitration law, evidence act, specific relief act and limitation act will be included. minimum qualifying marks in the preliminary examination shall be 60% for general and 55% for reserved categories i.e. ..... (dead) through lrs & others:2010. (1) scc 756.16. in national federation of blind (supra), a division bench of this court held as under:16. the disabilities act was enacted for protection of the rights of the disabled in various spheres like education, training, employment and to remove any discrimination against them in the sharing of development benefits ..... disabilities as also to ensure equal opportunities and protection of the rights of full participation of such persons. that being the case, it was submitted that the said act ought to be given a liberal, purposive and constructive interpretation in favour of the persons with disabilities. for this proposition, he placed reliance on bata india ltd v ..... up by the candidates of general category which would include the petitioners.11. mr datar, appearing on behalf of the high court of delhi, submitted that the said act being a beneficial / welfare legislation enacted to benefit the persons with disabilities had been enacted with the object and purpose of giving effect to the proclamation on the .....

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Sep 25 2013 (TRI)

Gopinath Nagar ?a? Co-op. Hsg. Society Ltd. Vs. M/S. Nandan Builders a ...

Court : National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission NCDRC

Decided on : Sep-25-2013

k.s. chaudhari, presiding member this revision petition has been filed by the petitioner/complainant against the order dated 28.07.2011 passed by the maharashtra state consumer disputes redressal commission, mumbai, (in short, the state commission) in appeal no. a/11/574 gopinath nagar vs. m/s. nandan builders and ors. by which, appeal filed by the complainant was dismissed at admission stage. 2. brief facts of the case are that complainant/petitioner filed complaint before district forum and prayed for direction to the op/respondent to execute deed of convenience in favour of the complainant no.1/society and further direction to ops to complete the incomplete work and further prayed for compensation along with interest. learned district forum partly allowed the complaint and directed op to execute conveyance deed, but did not grant other reliefs against which, appeal filed by the complainant/petitioner was not admitted against which, this revision petition has been filed along with application for condonation of delay. 3. heard learned counsel for the petitioner at admission stage and perused record. 4. learned counsel for the petitioner submitted that on account of financial crunch, revision petition could not be filed in time; hence, delay in filing revision petition be condoned. 5. in the application for condonation of delay, period of delay to be condoned has not been mentioned, but as per office report, there is delay of 372 days in filing revision petition. paragraph .....

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Mar 11 2013 (HC)

Present: Mr. Hemant Bassi Standing Counsel for Vs. Hemant Gautam and A ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-11-2013

..... case was registered. during the investigation, statements of devinder singh and charan singh were recorded, who had alleged that jaspreet kaur after entering into partnership with hemant gautam developed bad habits and had left her matrimonial home and though she was told to mend her ways, she did not agree. ..... deceased. statement of devinder singh, pw-4 is, however, exhaustive. he has stated that in july 2004 jaspreet kaur entered into a partnership with hemant gautam and a partnership deed was executed between them. according to him, after that relations between kuldeep singh and jaspreet kaur started deteriorating. he has stated ..... in this case. section 306 ipc requires some positive act on the part of the accused of having abetted suicide by the deceased. there is no such positive act in this case. it is a case where the wife for some reasons took up business in partnership with hemant gautam and despite the ..... her belongings. these things might have left the deceased depressed. however, this would not bring the case within the four corners of section 107 ipc, which defines abetment. in similar situation where the husband contracted a second marriage against the will of his firs.wife and his firs.wife ..... where he was found hanging to a ceiling fan on 02.06.2005. to prove the charge framed under section 306 read with section 34 ipc, the prosecution had examined nine witnesses. thereafter, accused were examined as provided under section 313 cr.p.c.wherein they have admitted that they .....

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Feb 04 2013 (HC)

Present:- Ms. Naiya Gill Advocate Vs. Goyal Electronic and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-04-2013

..... the cheque in question was issued by the firm on 11.12.2004. in these circumstances, the petitioner, who had no concern with the partnership firm not had signed the cheque in question, cannot be made to face the criminal proceedings with regard to dishonour of the cheque in question ..... father of the petitioner died on 12.9.2005. since the petitioner did not want to continue with the said firm as a partner, the partnership firm was dissolved vide dissolution deed (annexure p-4) dated 24.3.2006. the cheque in question dated 11.12.2004 was neither signed ..... .c.in short) seeking quashing of criminal complaint no.2217-t dated 15.2.2005 under section 138 of negotiable instruments act, 1881 (in short 'the act') and under section 420 indian penal code, pending before the court of learned judicial magistrate, patiala. learned counsel for the petitioner has submitted that criminal ..... (o & m) -6- accordingly, this petition is allowed. criminal complaint no.2217-t dated 15.2.2005 under section 138 of the act and under section 420 of the indian penal code, pending before the court of learned judicial magistrate, patiala, and all the consequential proceedings, arising therefrom, are quashed. february 04, ..... misc. not m-7791 of 2011(o & m) -2- father of the petitioner was running a partnership firm in the name and .....

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Sep 02 2013 (TRI)

M.O.H. Leathers Ltd. Vs. Indian Bank Nandanam Branch Represented by It ...

Court : National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission NCDRC

Decided on : Sep-02-2013

..... year 1986. uco bank was the banker of the said firm. in the year 1990, indian bank became the banker of the partnership firm. the aforesaid partnership firm was converted into a private limited company, i.e., the complainant and the indian bank, op, in this case, was retained as its banker. 2. in the year ..... section 19 of the act. complainant would have ample opportunity to raise all the issues presented in the present complaint. that apart, when we examined the complaint, it raises complex ..... (original petition no.116 of 2001, decided on 15.10.2001) i (2002) cpj 31 (nc), it was held:- under section 18 of the act, jurisdiction of this commission is barred where the bank has filed suit. defendant in that suit can claim set-off or even counter claim against the bank under ..... matter is purely covered within the jurisdiction of drt or drat. if there is any grievance against the notice under section 13(2) of the sarfaesi act, that should be brought to the notice of the concerned authority. it is well settled that main creditor and the guarantors are equally responsible. there ..... chennai, for recovery of debt. consequently, the consumer fora do not have jurisdiction to try this case. while we were dealing with a case of sarfaesi act in shriyashwant g. ghaisas and ors. vs. bank of maharashtra, on 06.12.2012, in consumer complaint no.302 of 2012, this commission, dismissed the .....

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May 01 2013 (HC)

“whether the Offences Under Sections 353 186 and 332 of the Vs. Stat ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-01-2013

..... criminal cases having overwhelmingly and pre- dominatingly civil flavour stand on 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 ..... case and for the reasons aforestated, we allow this petition. fir no.13, dated 13.10.2010, under sections 148, 149, 332, 353, 186, 506 of the indian penal code, registered at police station titram, district kaithal, and all the criminal proceedings arising out of the said fir stand quashed. (paramjeet singh) judge may 01, 2013 ..... permission of the court. in respect of serious offences like murder, rape, dacoity, etc; or other offences of mental depravity under ipc or offences of moral turpitude under special statutes, like prevention of corruption act or the offences committed by public servants while working in that capacity, the settlement between offender and victim can have no legal sanction ..... at all. however, certain offences which overwhelmingly and predominantly bear civil flavour having arisen out of civil, mercantile, commercial, financial, partnership or such like transactions or the .....

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Feb 28 2013 (TRI)

Dhanraj Pillay Vs. Hockey India

Court : Competition Commission of India CCI

Decided on : Feb-28-2013

..... then took up the examination of the abuse of dominance by the op under the provision of section 4 of the competition act. in december 2010 nimbus announced a hockey league in partnership with ihf known as wsh. almost the entire indian hockey team players entered into an agreement with wsh to play in the league. after that hi and fih started threatening ..... international hockey events in india in contravention of section 4(1) read with section 4(2)(c) and (e) of the competition act, by engaging in conduct which includes: a. warning hockey players with non-selection into the indian national team if they participate in the wsh and/or if they sign the players contract; b. warning hockey players with disciplinary action ..... 15.11.2011 for abusing its dominance in the field of hockey. 2. hockey india (h.i.) is a society registered under societies registration act with headquarters at delhi. it is responsible for conducting, governing international hockey in which the indian team participates all over the world and india. hockey india is affiliated to the international hockey federation (fih). hi selects the ..... if they participate in the wsh and/or if they sign the players contract; (iv) direct hi and fih acting through hi to public a scheduled calendar of international .....

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Oct 10 2013 (HC)

Indian Oil Corporation Limited Vs. M/S.Saibaba Automobiles

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Oct-10-2013

..... dealership agreement specifically debars the partners having a dealership from taking up any other employment. the sole arbitrator also found that unauthorizedly a deed of partnership had been entered into. the sole arbitrator, in consequence, upheld the termination of the contract and also came to the conclusion that the contract ..... of specific performance being terminable by its very nature. in holding so, the sole arbitrator relied on the judgment of the supreme court in indian oil corporation limited vs. amritsar gas service and others (1991)1-scc-533) holding that a contract which is by by its very nature ..... a judgment and order of a learned single judge dated 25 march 2013 on a petition under section 34 of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (`the act'). the respondent was a dealer of the appellant in pursuance of a dealership agreement dated 20 april 1992. on 9 may 2003, the ..... reason or justification to enlarge the scope of interference in respect of an arbitral award in exercise of the jurisdiction under section 34 of the act. the parties were before the arbitral tribunal. the respondent did not lead oral evidence. the burden to substantiate its claim by tendering a sufficient ..... determinable cannot be the subject of specific performance in terms of section 14(i)(c) of the specific relief act. the sole arbitrator also rejected the claim for damages on the ground that the termination of the agreement was valid; the respondent having committed .....

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Jan 17 2013 (HC)

M/S.P.P.Abdul Khader and Co. Vs. the Commissioner of Income Tax

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jan-17-2013

..... dated this the 17th day of january, 2013 judgment heard the learned counsel for the petitioner and the learned standing counsel for the respondents.2. petitioner is a partnership firm of four partners engaged in civil and electrical contract works. concerning the assessment year 1995-96, return was filed by the firm on 28/9/95. ..... 2nd respondent giving effect to ext.p6.5. aggrieved by exts.p8 and p9, petitioner filed ext.p11 revision under section 264 of the income tax act with an application to condone the delay. that revision was dismissed by ext.p12 order. in ext.p12 order, it is held that the assessment evidenced by ..... due as per exts.p5 and p6. however, without any further notice, by ext.p8 order, the assessing officer completed the assessment under section 144 of the act determining the total taxable income at `1,36,500/-. consequently, ext.p9 order was passed under section 154 and ext.p10 order was also passed by the ..... the return was processed under section 144 of the income tax act and the taxable income was determined at `35,930/-. subsequently, they were issued ext.p4 notice dated 11/9/96 under section 143(2) of the ..... act requiring them to attend the office of the assessing officer to clarify the points mentioned therein.3. accordingly, the petitioner appeared and was also heard. .....

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