Skip to content


Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: mediation Court: jharkhand Year: 2003 Page 1 of about 87 results (0.005 seconds)

Oct 14 2003 (HC)

Sandhya Rani Devi and ors. Vs. Gour Chandra Panda and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Oct-14-2003

Reported in : [2004(1)JCR98(Jhr)]

..... is to say, raiyats not having such a right of occupancy, and(c). raiyats having khant-katti rights, (3) under-raiyats, that is to say, tenants holding, whether immediately or mediately, under-raiyats; and(4) mundari khunt-kattidars. it is, therefore, apparent that an under-raiyat is a tenant holding the land under a raiyat it is pertinent to mention here .....

Tag this Judgment!

Nov 12 2003 (HC)

Smt. Urmila Prasad Vs. State of Jharkhand and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Nov-12-2003

Reported in : [2003(4)JCR665(Jhr)]

orderm.y. eqbal, j.1. heard mr. biren poddar, learned counsel appearing for the petitioner, mr. manjul prasad, learned counsel appearing for the state and mr. v. p. singh, learned counsel appearing for the rrda.2. the short question that falls for consideration is whether the impugned order passed by the circle officer rejecting the application of the petitioner for mutation of her name is justified in the facts of the present case. it appears that the petitioner purchased the land measuring 10 kattas comprised within khata 34 and 54 plot no. 853 and 854 at mauza bariatu p.s. ranchi by virtue of registered deed of sale no. 8283 dated 8.10. 1993 and came in possession of the same. after purchase, she filed an application for mutation in respect of the said land before the circle officer, ranchi which was registered as mutation case no. 3785-r 27/2002-03. the circle officer on receipt of the application issued notices and called for report from the halka karamchari and circle in-spector. the halka karamchari and circle inspector reported that the land in question is in possession of the petitioner but this land is also the subject matter of vigilance case nos, 10 and 13. on the aforesaid ground, the circle officer refused to mutate the name of petitioner in respect of the said land.3. the respondent-state in the counter affidavit has taken the stand that since the land in question is involved in a land scam case which is under investigation before the vigilance department, the .....

Tag this Judgment!

Nov 12 2003 (HC)

Renuka Sinha Vs. State of Jharkhand and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Nov-12-2003

Reported in : [2004(1)JCR395(Jhr)]

orderm.y. eqbal, j.1. heard mr. binod poddar, learned counsel appearing for the petitioner, mr. manjul prasad, learned counsel appearing for the state and mr. v.p. singh, learned counsel appearing for the r.r.d.a.2. the short question that falls for consideration is whether the impugned order passed by the circle officer rejecting the application of the petitioner for mutation of her name is justified in the facts of the present case. it appears that the petitioner purchased the land measuring 10 kattas comprised within khata 34 and 54 plot nos. 853 and 854 at mauza bariatu, p.s. ranchi by virtue of registered deed of sale no. 8246 dated 8.10.1993 and came in possession of the same. after purchase of the land she filed an application for mutation in respect of the said land before the circle officer, ranchi which was registered as mutation case no. 3784r 27/2002-03. the circle officer on receipt of the application issued notices and called for report from the halka karamchari and circle inspector. the halka karamchari and circle inspector reported that the land in question is in possession of the petitioner but this land is also the subject matter of vigilance case nos. 10 and 13. on the aforesaid ground, the circle officer refused to mutate the name of petitioner in respect of the said land.3. the respondent state in the counter affidavit has taken the stand that since the land in question is involved in a land scam case which is under investigation before the vigilance .....

Tag this Judgment!

Oct 13 2003 (HC)

Gokul Harijan and ors. Vs. State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Oct-13-2003

Reported in : 2003(51)BLJR2283; [2004(1)JCR125(Jhr)]

m.y. eqbal, j. 1. the petitioners have prayed for quashing the orders passed by the sub-divisional officer and the deputy commissioner, godda and also the commissioner, santhal pargana division, dumka whereby in purported exercise of power under the santhal pargana tenancy act, 1949 cancelled the mutation in respect of the land which was done in favour of the petitioners as far back as in 1972 vide mutation case no. 62/1971-72.2. the petitioners case is that the land comprised within jamabandi no. 16 of mauza billari measuring an area of 6 bigha 14 katha and 2 dhurs was originally recorded in the name of mostt. champa wife of bhukhan chamar in the last survey settlement record. mostt. champa died is-sueless in the year 1937 and as such the then pradhan of the village settled the land with bhelu harijan and rohin harijan who were of the same community of the same village. the said pradhan also fixed the rent for the aforesaid land and started realizing rent from the settlee. after the death of bhelu harijan his son raju harijan and rohit harijan filed an application before the circle officer, godda for mutating the land and opening of khata in their names. the circle officer after holding an inquiry mutated the land in favour of raju harijan son of bhelu harijan vide mutation case no. 62/1971-72. the petitioners further case is that they being the heirs and successors came in possession of the land and exercised all acts of possession without any objection from any person, all .....

Tag this Judgment!

Aug 13 2003 (HC)

Chhabi Dushadh and anr. Vs. Bhuneshwar Pandey and

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Aug-13-2003

Reported in : AIR2004Jhar92; [2003(4)JCR156(Jhr)]

vishnudeo narayan, j.1. both the appeals arise out of a common judgment and, therefore, they are being disposed of by this judgment.2. these appeals at the instance of the defendants appellant are directed against the judgment and decree dated 27.7.1988 and 8.8.1988 respectively passed in title appeal no. 44 of 1976 and 45 of 1976 by shri bhikari ram, 1st additional district and sessions judge, palamau whereby and whereunder both the appeals were allowed and the judgment and decree dated 18.9.1976 and 6.11.1976 passed in t.s. no. 79/41 of 1973/76 and 80/46 of 1973/76 by the 2nd additional sub judge, palamau at dalton-ganj were reversed.3. the plaintiff respondents had filed the aforementioned suits for declaration that the suit plots appertaining to khata no. 14 situate in village haradag khurd, p.s. nagar utari, district palamau fully detailed in the schedule of the plaint of both the title suits is the occupancy raiyati land of the plaintiff respondents.4. the case of the plaintiff respondents in both the title suits aforesaid is similar in material particulars. the case of the plaintiff respondents, in brief, is that the land of khata no. 14 of village hardag khurd p,s. nagar utari, district palamanu stands recorded in the name of jattu mahto in the survey record of rights (ext. d/1) and jattu mahto was in possession thereof as owner in respect thereof and the said jattu mahto died five years after the survey leaving behind his only son maharaj mahto as his heir. it is .....

Tag this Judgment!

Sep 16 2003 (HC)

Satyawati Khemka and ors. Vs. State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Sep-16-2003

Reported in : [2004(1)JCR424(Jhr)]

gurusharan sharma, j.1. 5405.20 square meters vacant land, bearing r.s. plot no. 54, situated in ranchi town said to be belonging to the petitioners was declared surplus, under the provisions of the urban land (ceiling & regulation) act, 1976 (hereinafter to be referred to as 'the act').2. according to the petitioners, satya narayan khemka along with his two sons, laxmi kant khemka and vishnu kant khemka, constituted a joint family. from the joint family fund, 1.87 acres land of r.s. plot no. 54, appertaining to khata no. 7, situated in village gari, within ranchl town was purchased by two registered sale deeds dated 4.10.1994, annexures 1 and 1/a in the name of vishnu kant khemka.3. subsequently, in the year 1975, there was an amicable oral partition of the said 1.87 acres land, wherein 1994.75 square meters land was allotted to satya narayan khemka, 1988 square meters to laxmi kant khemka and 1988 square meters to vishnu kant khemka, i.e. total 5970.75 square meters and the rest 1555.75 square meters was kept joint for being used as road for ingress and egress. in respect of the said oral partition, on 31.3.1975 a memorandum of partition was also prepared, which was duly signed by all the three parties.4. a proceeding under the act was initiated only against vishnu kant khemla. he filed return (annexure 3) on 30.9.1976, under section 6(1) of the act, wherein for the aforesaid 5970.75 square meters area of vacant land, he claimed three ceiling units for himself, his father .....

Tag this Judgment!

Aug 14 2003 (HC)

Neel Kamal Vs. State of Jharkhand and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Aug-14-2003

Reported in : [2003(4)JCR674(Jhr)]

ordertapen sen, j.1. heard mr. lalit kumar lal, learned counsel for the petitioner and mr. a.k. mehta, jc to sc-ii for the sate respondents.2. the petitioner prays for quashing of the order dated 20.9.2001 passed by the circle officer (annexure-3/i) in mutation case no. 34-r-27/2001-02 rejecting the prayer of the petitioner for mutation. the petitioner also prays for quashing of the order dated 16.7.2002 passed by the deputy collector, land reforms ranchi in mutation appeal no. 29-r-15/01-02 (annexure-4) whereby and whereunder the appeal filed by the petitioner was also dismissed. the petitioner also prays for issuance of a writ of mandamus commanding the circle officer to mutate the name of the petitioner and his brother in place of their deceased mother.3. the facts of this case are that smt. kishori devi srivastava purchased the land in question on 30.4.1952 by a registered deed of sale from one bandhan oraon and budhu oraon after they had obtained permission from the competent authority vide order dated 22.4.1952. thereafter the name of the petitioner's mother was duly mutated vide mutation case no. 182-r-27/1960-61. subsequently, the mother of the petitioner died in august 1966 leaving behind her legal heirs and successors and the rent of the land was paid up to 1987. in the mean time, the sons felt the need to construct and accordingly applied before the rrda, ranchi and the rrda, in its turn, asked the petitioner to get the land mutated in their names. accordingly, .....

Tag this Judgment!

Feb 21 2003 (HC)

Most. Parbati Devi and anr. Vs. State of Jharkhand and ors.

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Feb-21-2003

Reported in : [2003(2)JCR539(Jhr)]

orderr.k. merathia, j.1. heard learned counsel appearing on behalf of the petitioners. mr. pradip modi appearing on behalf of the state and mr. sunil kumar appearing on behalf of the respondents no. 3 and 4 (hereinafter referred as the private respondents).2. the petitioners have challenged the order dated 24.7.2000 (annexure 4) passed by the commissioner, south chota nagpur, ranchi in gumla permission appeal no. 288/97 disposing of the revision application filed on behalf of the respondents no. 3 and 4. in the said order commissioner has held that the deed of gift made by the petitioner no. 1 in favour of petitioners no. 2, 3 and 4 was against the customary law and the same was executed in hurry without waiting for the statutory, period prescribed for filing revision and the result of such revision. thus he directed the revenue authorities not to recognize the deed of gift in question. he further annulled the order of mutation based on the said deed of gift and observed that the writ petitioners will be entitled to use the land of her share till her death.3. learned counsel for the petitioners submitted that the said impugned order is wrong. it is submitted that the respondents no. 3 and 4 took the point regarding the customary law of the parties for the first time before the revisional court. it is further submitted that the petitioners are no longer members of scheduled tribe arid they are hinduised and thus guided by hindu succession act and not the local customary law of .....

Tag this Judgment!

Apr 25 2003 (HC)

Mithila Sahakari Grih Nirman Sahyog Samitee Ltd. Vs. State of Jharkhan ...

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Apr-25-2003

Reported in : [2003(3)JCR336(Jhr)]

orderm.y. eqbal, j. 1. this writ application is directed against the order dated 3.6.2002 and the order dated 2.7.2002 passed by the deputy commissioner and the commissioner, south chotanagpur division, ranchi whereby proceeding for cancellation of settlement of land in question has been decided against the petitioner.2. petitioner's case is that one jag-dish prasanna nath sahadeo was the recorded khewatdar of lands of khata no. 119 and khata no. 113 of village-bazra, p.s. ranchi now sukhdeo nagar. the said landlord settled 22.75 acres of land-comprised within r.s. plot no. 226 under khata no. 119 and 9.18 acres comprised within r.s. plot no. 228 of khata no. 113 in favour of ishwar dayal singh by delivery possession followed by a hukumnama dated 2.2.1952. the said ishwar dayal singh said to have paid rent to the ex-landlord who after vesting of the ex-intermediary interest under the provisions of bihar land reforms act, 1950, filed return in which ishwar dayal singh was shown settlee in respect of the land so settled with him.3. it is contended that jamabandiwas created in favour of ishwar dayal singh and demand was opened in his name and his name was duly entered in the tenant ledger (annexure-ii). the said ishwar dayal singh sold various portion of lands in favour of the petitioner-society for the purpose of construction of residential building for the members of the society. petitioner- society altogether purchased 31.91 acres of land of r.s.plot no. 226 of khata no. 119 .....

Tag this Judgment!

Apr 25 2003 (HC)

Mithila Sahakari Grih Nirman Sahyog Samitee Ltd. Vs. the State of Jhar ...

Court : Jharkhand

Decided on : Apr-25-2003

Reported in : 2003(2)BLJR1232

m.y. eqbal, j.1. this writ application is directed against the order dated 3-6-2002 and the order dated 2-7-2002 passed by the deputy commissioner and the commissioner, sought chotanagpur division, ranchi, whereby proceeding for cancellation of settlement of land in question has been decided against the petitioner.2. petitioner's case is that one jagdish prasanna nath sahadeo was the recorded khewatdar of lands of khata no. 119 and khata no. 113 of village-bazra, p.s. ranchi now sukhdeo nagar. the said landlord settled 22.75 acres of land comprised within r.s. plot no. 226 under khata no. 119 and 9.18 acres comprised within r.s. plot no. 228 of khata no. 113 in favour of ishwar dayal singh by delivery possession followed by a hukumnama dated 2-2-1952. the said ishwar dayal singh said to have paid rent to the ex-landlord who after vesting of the ex-ntermediary interest under the provisions of bihar land reforms act, 1950, filed return in which ishwar dayal singh was shown settlee in respect of the land so settled with him.3. it is contended that jamabandi was created in favour of ishwar dayal singh and demand was opened in his name and his name was duly entered in tenant ledger (annexure-ii). the said ishwar dayal singh sold various portion of lands in favour of the petitioner-society for the purpose of construction of residential building for the members of the society. petitioner-society altogether purchased 31.91 acres of land of r.s. plot no. 226 of khata no. 119 and r.s. .....

Tag this Judgment!


Save Judgments// Add Notes // Store Search Result sets // Organizer Client Files //