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Sep 20 2007 (HC)

Amiya Vilas Swami and ors. Vs. Shankha Brita Das and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 2008(3)KarLJ16; 2007(6)AIRKarR562; AIR2008NOC270; 2008AIHC712(Kar)

..... same is barred by law. it is alleged that 6th plaintiff is a society registered under the provisions of the karnataka societies registration act, 1960 and there is a separate mechanism provided for adjudication of all the disputes alleged in the plaint including the allegations made against defendants 11 to 17. it is further stated that, in view of the provisions of section 25 of the act, the suit is ..... of the code of civil procedure, he referred to the provisions of the act namely, section 5 of the act and submitted that section 5 relates to mode of forming a society, a society could be formed by any 7 or more persons above the age of 18 years associated by any persons specified in section 3, subscribing their names to the memorandum of association. the forming of ..... by him. in the absence of mechanism for adjudication it cannot be impliedly inferred that the jurisdiction is conferred on the registrar. he submitted that, the act will not exclude the jurisdiction of civil court.18. to infer the exclusion of the jurisdiction of the civil court by implication, there has to be a complete mechanism for adjudication of the dispute and .....

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May 23 2011 (HC)

international Society for Krishna Consciousness a Society Registered a ...

Court : Karnataka

..... . only when a body takes its birth and continues to function in accordance with law then only it. acquires a legal status. in the instant, case, it is not in dispute that the plaintiff society came to be registered under the provisions of karnataka societies registration act, 1960 as per ex.p2, the registration certificate dated 8,7.1978. in the plaint, plaintiff admits that from 1978 to ..... of holding the first general bodv and election of governing body. the failure to convey the first general body within 18 months from the date of registration is clear violation of mandatory requirement under section 11(2) of the karnataka societies registration act. the founder of plaintiff society by name shankar brij das in his written statement in o.s.no. 175/2003 clearly states that the plaintiff ..... das and other functionaries in their capacity as president and functionaries of iskcon bangalore, as branch of defendant no. 1 are entitled to continue to function in accordance with the bye-laws. rules and regulations of defendant no. 1. however, it is made clear that their continuance as such shall be subject to the decision to be taken by iskcon, mumbai ..... , in accordance with the bye-laws, rules and regulations of defendant. 75. for the reasons stated above, the following; order i. the appeal is hereby allowed with costs. ii. the judgment and decree dated 17 .....

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May 23 2011 (HC)

international Society for Krishna Consciousness, Mumbai Having Its Bra ...

Court : Karnataka

..... aspect. only when a body takes its birth and continues to function in accordance with law then only it acquires a legal status. in the instant case, it is not in dispute that the plaintiff society came to be registered under the provisions of karnataka societies registration act, 1960 as per ex.p2, the registration certificate dated 8.7.1978. in the plaint, plaintiff admits that from 1978 to ..... of holding the first general body and election of governing body. the failure to convey the first general body within 18 months from the date of registration is clear violation of mandatory requirement under section 11(2) of the karnataka societies registration act. the founder of plaintiff society by name shankar brij das in his written statement in o.s.no.1758/2003 clearly states that the plaintiff ..... das and other functionaries in their capacity as president and functionaries of iskcon bangalore, as branch of defendant no.1 are entitled to continue to function in accordance with the bye-laws, rules and regulations of defendant no.1. however, it is made clear that their continuance as such shall be subject to the decision to be taken by iskcon, mumbai, ..... in accordance with the bye-laws, rules and regulations of defendant no.1. 75. for the reasons stated above, the following: order i. the appeal is hereby allowed with costs. ii. the judgment and decree .....

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Nov 06 1992 (HC)

Lakshmikanth Vs. Motilal

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1993KAR149

..... the date of suit. therefore all these questions are left open to be agitated during the trial of the two suits. 16. section 15 of the karnataka societies registration act, 1960 reads as under: 'suits by and against society:- every society registered under this act may sue or be sued in the name of the president, chairman, or principal secretary or the trustee as shall be determined by the rules and ..... certain members who according to him had ceased to be the members for not paying monthly subscription regularly. this he appears to have done by having recourse to bye-law 16 of the bye-laws of the society, in doing that the learned city civil judge was enquiring into the merits of the case. it was not necessary to go into the validity of membership ..... upon by them had not been properly considered and appreciated, in this behalf, the arguments are not acceptable. the observations of the learned city civil judge in paragraphs 15 to 18 are material and perusal of the same discloses that all the registers and documents relied on by them have been considered. therefore no grounds are found to have been made ..... of civil procedure. that decision has no application to the facts of the case on hand. 18. here it is necessary to refer to the decision in manohar lal chopra v. rai bahadur rao raja seth hiralal, : air1962sc527 . this decision permits granting of temporary injunction under section 151 cpc where the facts are not covered by requirements of rules 1 and 2 of .....

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Aug 01 2006 (HC)

N.P. Krishnamurthy and ors. Vs. N.R. Pandurangappa and anr.

Court : Karnataka

..... kumar, j.1. this writ petition is directed against the order dated 7-4-2006 passed by the karnataka appellate tribunal in appeal no. 54 of 2003 allowing the appeal purporting to be one filed under section 27(3) of the karnataka societies registration act, 1960 (for short, 'the act').2. under the impugned order, the tribunal has, while allowing the appeal which was in turn directed against the order ..... the view that the order passed by the tribunal in the exercise of its appellate power under section 27(3) of the act to cancel the registration in favour of the society for the first time in an appeal even without a notice to the society is not sustainable in law. the order suffers from not merely procedural irregularity but even one of depriving an opportunity to ..... favour of the respondent 1 to take such action including filing of a fresh application under section 27 of the act if the respondent 1 so deems fit for moving the registrar for cancellation of registration in favour of the society and by impleading the society as party to the proceedings.18. writ petition is allowed. rule issued and made absolute. parties to bear their respective costs .....

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Dec 05 2008 (HC)

Bowring Institute, a Society Registered Under the Karnataka Societies ...

Court : Karnataka

..... within the parameter of the bye laws of the said society and in compliance with the relevant provisions of the karnataka societies registration act, 1960 and the said institute is one of the premier and reputed institutes known for its excellence and the administration has got full transparency. when such being the case, the district registrar of societies, exercising his power under section 25 of the karnataka societies registration act, 1960, on the basis of the ..... , j.1. petitioner in this petition is a society registered under the karnataka societies registration act, 1960. petitioner has sought for quashing the impugned notice dated 25th november 2008 under section 25 of the karnataka societies registration act, 1960, produced as annexure-b to the writ petition.2. the grievance of the petitioner - institute in the instant writ petition is that, it is a society registered under the karnataka societies registration act, 1960 and was established in the year 1868 as .....

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Nov 15 2000 (HC)

Smt. Dr. Banu V.T. and Another Vs. State of Karnataka and Others

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2001KAR2263; 2001(1)KarLJ492

..... and diploma (medical and dental) courses rules, 1987 (hereinafter referred to as the 'rules'), as unconstitutional; or in the alternative to strike down the words 'medical' and 'under the karnataka societies registration act, 1961' in the said rule, as unconstitutional.3. sri rajeshwara, learned counsel appearing for the petitioners strongly submitted that the petitioners are working in the 5th respondent-corporation, which ..... give specialised treatment, generally to the patients affected from road accidents and other causes. in all these institutions, the admission and treatment is not limited to any particular section of the society like the medical facilities extended in an industrial unit. if all these aspects are kept in mind by the state, as claimed by it, and on that basis, ..... nexus with the object sought to be achieved. the question that came up for consideration in the case of deepak sibal, supra, was whether the admission to an evening law college could be restricted only to employees of the government/semi-government institutions and employees of other private institutions could be excluded. in that background, the supreme court took ..... the employees of the government/semi-government institutions and employees of other institutions is unreasonable and arbitrary. the admission in the said case was in respect of evening law colleges. in that background, the hon'ble supreme court struck down the rule which limited admission for study of iii year llb degree course in the evening .....

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Feb 29 2008 (HC)

S.S. Angadi, Retd. Joint Director of Horticulture of State Government ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR2008Kant149; 2008(6)KLJ478; 2008(3)KCCR1361; 2008(4)AIRKarR134; AIR2008Kar149; 2008AIHC2785(Kar)

..... petitioner, the commissioner has committed an error in rejecting his complaint on the ground that the provisions of the right to information act 2005 does not apply to a society registered under the provisions of the karnataka societies registration act 1960. according to him, under section 27 of the karnataka societies registration act 1960, the district registrar has got full power and control and even he has power to appoint a administrator, if any association ..... few or many individuals is required to be registered under the karnataka societies act, it is also not in dispute a society registered under the karnataka societies registration act, is also required to file its annual account and the elections are to be held from time to time in accordance with the bye-laws. the provisions of the societies registration act, 1960 is applicable to all societies are under the control of the government only to regulate its ..... 2nd respondent by the petitioner on 22.9.2006.3. contending that the representation of the petitioner had not been considered by the 2nd respondent, the petitioner lodged a complaint under section 18 of the act. the information commissioner has rejected the complaint lodged by the petitioner on the ground that the 2nd respondent does not come .....

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Aug 01 1990 (HC)

S. Sreenivasa Rao Vs. Sub-registrar (Headquarters)

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1990KAR3740; 1990(2)KarLJ258

..... accordance with law.6. coming to the next question as to whether the registrar of societies could have issued a direction to the sub-registrar not to register a particular document, learned counsel for the respondents - 3 to 5, 7 and 10, could not point out any provision either in the karnataka societies registration act, 1960 or the rules framed thereunder or in the registration act, 1908, ..... document. matters such as relating to title have to be decided before the appropriate forum. if any person is interested in contending that any particular document executed and registered under the registration act, 1908 is invalid or illegal for any reason whatsoever, he !s certainly at liberty to question the validity of the document, the title of the executant, and such ..... to whether on the complaint less than 1/3rd members of the society, the registrar could have ordered an enquiry. he further held that since there was a resolution to dissolve the society, the properties of the society could not have been transferred to the trust according to section 23 of the act. on this ground, the learned single judge found justification in ..... the action of the registrar of societies directing the sub-registrar not to register the trust deed as it was .....

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Jun 10 2003 (HC)

Shimoga Zilla Madivala Sangha and anr. Vs. the District Registrar, for ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2003KAR2906; 2003(6)KarLJ153

..... his powers u/s 7 of karnataka societies registration act, 1960 (hereinafter referred to as the act for brievity) 2. few facts relevant for disposal of this writ petition are as under:the president and several other members of the 'shimoga zilla madivala sangha' constituted a society called as 'shimoga zilla madivala maha sangha' respondent no. 2 herein which was registered with registration no. 18/73-74. during the year ..... eye of law and can always be recalled.7. for proper appreciation of the contentions, it is necessary to refer to the relevant provisions of karnataka societies registration act regarding the legal requirement of registration and the powers of registrar to cancel registration. karnataka societies registration act requires and provides for registration of societies sought to be established by a group of persons for literary development, charitable, scientific purposes and other activities. sections 5 ..... societies for registration. the registrar if he considers that the objects of the society is lawful and otherwise fulfills all the requirements of law may register the society. even if the above requirements are full filled, but if he finds the name of the society sought to be registered resembles the name of an already existing society, he may refuse to register under section 7 of the act. section 7 reads as under:'sec .....

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