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Sep 10 1992 (HC)

Santipur MIn Silpa Samabai Samity Ltd. and Etc. Vs. State of Assam and ...

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Sep-10-1992

..... with effect from the date of issue of the order at an annual revenue of rs. 45,000/- (rupees fourty five thousand) only.necessary steps may please be taken im-mediately to issue lease and deliver possessionof the fishery after completion of all formali'rties.'it appears from the record that the extension order was cancelled without giving an opportunity of .....

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Jul 10 1992 (HC)

Harendra Chandra Nath and ors. Vs. Bijoy Krishna Nath and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jul-10-1992

d.n. baruah, j. 1. this second appeal is directed against the judgment and decree dated 3-4-86 passed by the district judge, cachar, silchar dismissing the appeal and confirming the judgment and decree dated 17-12-83 passed by the assistant district judge, no. 2, silchar, cachar, in title suit no. 77 of 1980. 2. at the time of admission of appeal only one substantial question of law was formulated i.e. 'whether the suit is barred bylimitation?' 3. at the time of hearing also the learned counsel for the appellants has urged only this question of law. the fact of the case, is that --upendra chandra nath (since deceased) instituted a suit (t.s. no. 77/80) in the court of the assistant district judge no. 2, cachar, silchar against bijoy krishna nath, anil kr. nath and two others. the third and fourth defendants were pro forma defendants. during the pendency of the suit upendra ch. nath died leaving behind the appellants as his legal heirs. accordingly their names were substituted. the plaintiff-upendra ch. nath along with his brother satyendra chandra nath jointly owned and possessed land measuring 22 bighas 15 kathas 2 chataks covered by s. r. patta no. 95. satyendra nath died leaving his widow as his sole heir. after 3/4 years of the death of satyendra nath his widow hemoprova devi, remarried. according to hindu widows' re-marriage act, 1856 her share of property reverted back to the plaintiff. late -- upendra ch. nath. he was possessing the land since the death of satyendra .....

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Dec 10 1992 (HC)

Sarafat Ali and ors. Vs. State of Assam

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Dec-10-1992

d.n. baruah, j.1. accused nos. 1 to 4 and 6 in sessions case no. 6(nl)/88 of the sessions court, lakhimpur, north lakhimpur have filed this appeal against the judgment dated 20-12-89 of the sessions judge convicting them under sections 302 and 324, i.p.c. read with section 34, i.p.c. and sentencing them to undergo rigorous imprisonment for life and to pay a fine of rs. 1000/- with default sentence. accused nos. 5 and 7 to 12 have been acquitted and the acquittal is not challenged by the state.2. prosecution case is as follows :on the evening of 22-9-81, state transport bus no. 2580 was coming from north lakhimpur to bihpuria via fatehpur. p.w. 11 was the driver and p.w. 12 was the conductor of the bus. p.w. 1 abdul sabhan master, his son, now deceased, abdul hakim, p.ws. 2 to 6, p.w. 14, p.w. 15 and others were travelling in the bus. the bus left fatehpur bazar and reached a small wooden . bridge at sundarikhal at about 6.45 p.m. entry to the bridge was seen blocked by putting a bamboo across it. on the instruction of the conductor, p.w. 2 alighted from the bus and pushed back the bamboo and got into the bus. 6th accused armed with dao and others came to the bridge and 6th accused flourishing the dao replaced the bamboo so as to obstruct the passage. the twelve accused along with now deceased yasin and jabbar and others, all armed with deadly weapon like daos, daggers etc. came to the bus. some of them opened the driver's door and injured the driver. others broke open the .....

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Apr 01 1992 (HC)

The Gauhati High Court Vs. the State of Assam and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Apr-01-1992

bhat, c.j. 1. gauhati high court, represented by the registrar '(judicial) has filed this petition under article 226 of the constitution of india seeking a declaration that rules 13 to 16 of the assam services (discipline and appeal) rules, 1964 (for short, 1964 rules) in so far as they apply to members of assam judicial service governed by the assam judicial service rules (for short, 1967 rules) in respect of disciplinarymatters are ultra vires the constitution and seeking a writ of certiorari quashing notification dated 2-6-90 issued by the secretary, judicial department, government of assam and the order on the basis of which the notification has been issued. by this notification, third respondent, a judicial officer, who had been earlier dismissed from service by the governor of assam on the recommendation of the high court was reinstated setting aside the decision of the high court that he is guilty of gross misconduct warranting punishment of dismissal from service. respondents have filed counter affidavits. we have heard shri n. m. lahiri, learned counsel for the petitioner, learned advocate general, assam and shri d. n. choudhury, learned counsel for third respondent. 2, 3. the fact of the case can be summarised as follows:-- (a) in 1988 third respondent was working as chief judicial magistrate, darrang, mangaldol. high court received several complaints against him. state government also received complaints against him which were forwarded to the high court. a .....

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Jun 09 1992 (HC)

Nirmalendu Banikya Vs. the Returning Officer and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jun-09-1992

s.n. phukan, j. 1. the election petitioner was a candidate for 35-abhayapuri north constituency in the general election held on 8th june, 1991 in pursuant to a notification issued by the governor of assam. 25-4-91 was fixed as last day for filing nomination and 27-4-91 was the date fixed for scrutiny. at the time of counting it was found that petitioner got 1,303 votes, the returned candidate namely respondent no. 2 got 22,311 votes. as the petitioner was defeated, the present election petition has been filed praying, inter alia, that the election of respondent no. 2 be declared void. i shall state the relevant facts stated in the election petition at the appropriate time. 2. the respondent no. 2 has filed the present petition under order vii, rule 11, c.p.c. read with sections 86 and 87 of the representation of the people act, 1951 praying, inter alia, that the election petition may be dismissed/ rejected. 3. from the election petition it appears that the above constituency was a reserved constituency for scheduled caste and according to election petitioner he was a nominee of the recognised all india political party viz samajbadi janata party having the authorised symbol (chakra haladhar). the election petitioner has stated in para 2 of the election petition that he could not submit forms a and b issued by the party head office along with his nomination and the returning officer on 26-4-91 called and informed him as per decision of the election commission vide letter dated .....

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Sep 10 1992 (HC)

Manoj Kumar Sharma Vs. Sadhan Roy and anr.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Sep-10-1992

j. sangma, j.1. this criminal revision by the complainant is from the order dated 8-4-92 passed by sri p.c. borpujari, sessions judge, nagaon, in c.m. no. 20(n-1) 92 reversing the order dated 1-2-92 passed by sri p.k. choudhury, judicial magistrate 1st class, nagaon in c.r. case no. 508/92.2. the petitioner is a manager of the firm m/s. purbanchal motor finance co. which does financing in hire purchase of vehicles. it is alleged that the opposite party no. 1 (sadhan roy) purchased a truck from the petitioner under a hire purchase agreement in which an amount was fixed at rs. 49,140.00 and made payable in 12 monthly instalments starting from 27-9-87. the truck was then registered in the name of opposite party no. 1 by showing the petitioner firm as financier. subsequently, the opposite party no. 1, without paying the instalment and without the knowledge of the petitioner, transferred the registration to the name of his wife, smt. anima roy baglary (o.p. no. 2) by deleting the name of the financier. in this registration, the opposite party no. 2 was not shown as wife of opposite party no. 1 and they also got the registration number changed into nlw 3323. the petitioner on enquiry, came to know that the opposite parties were trying to sell the truck to a third party. on this allegation, the petitioner filed a complaint before the court. on this complaint, the trial court found prima facie case and took cognizance of the case under sections 406/420 of the indian penal code. the .....

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