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Mar 13 2002 (HC)

Ashraf Vs. Jennathu Beevi

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-13-2002

Reported in : 2002CriLJ4419

..... , the burden is on him to prove what is the monthly or annual income derived by him. cpw.2, the witness examined by the erstwhile husband to prove that a mediation had taken place deposed clearly the fact that the revision petitioner is a dealer in two wheelers. learned counsel for the revision petitioner submitted that the revision petitioner is not .....

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Nov 28 2002 (HC)

Elamma Vs. Fr. Joseph Aranhani Olikkan

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Nov-28-2002

Reported in : 2003(2)KLT536

..... her heirs.2. the case of the plaintiffs is that the third defendant, son of rossa owed the above said amount to plaintiffs 2 and 3, that there was a mediation talk and rossa agreed to pay the amount to the first plaintiff before 30th may 1981. an agreement dated 16th november, 1980 was also executed by her to the above .....

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Jun 06 2002 (HC)

V.A. Sivaraman Vs. Vasu and anr.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jun-06-2002

Reported in : 2003(2)ALD(Cri)19; III(2003)BC73; 2003CriLJ929

..... over and pursuant to settlement an agreement was executed on 29.9.1990 wherein the accused agreed to return the gold by 30.11.1990; that subsequently, on intervention of mediators, the accused issued three cheques of which ext. p. 1 which is the subject-matter of the present case was one; that in due course the cheque was presented for .....

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Jun 05 2002 (HC)

Gopi Vs. Sudarsanan

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jun-05-2002

Reported in : 2002CriLJ4194

..... contention that there was no legally enforceable debt due from the petitioner on the date of execution of ext. p1 and whether the allegation that actually the petitioner, as a mediator, issued the cheque to cover up the liability of chahdran exculpates him from liability.6. it may be mentioned here that even though the contention taken is that chandran had .....

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Feb 26 2002 (HC)

Abdul Jalal Vs. Mariya Financiers

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-26-2002

Reported in : AIR2002Ker276

..... return of the amount due to him. the petitionerinsisted that one of the rooms in petition a schedule property should be registered in his name. rafi was inducted as a mediator. due to the insistence of the petitioner, the northern room of petition a schedule property was registered in the name of rafi. the petitioner told the judgment debtor that he .....

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Jun 19 2002 (HC)

Krishnan Kakkanath Vs. Ravi and anr.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jun-19-2002

Reported in : 2002CriLJ4056

orderm.r. hariharan nair, j.1. the question that is posed before the court in this revision is of some novelty and that is whether when a case and counter case exist, permission for withdrawal under section 321 of the cr.p.c. could be granted in the main/counter case alone.2. the facts : the petitioner is an accused in c.c. no. 264 of 1998 of the chief judicial magistrate's court, kasargode, where the allegation is that obstruction was caused to the sales tax officials when they tried to conduct inspection in a business place. the present petitioner filed a private complaint before the judicial first class magistrate court, kasargode on 24-2-1998 alleging that the first respondent herein, who was the intelligence officer of the ait & st squad no. 2, tellicherry was coming out of shalimar jewellery, kasargod at about 1.50 p.m. on 18-11-1997; that he wrongfully restrained the petitioner and prevented him from moving from the place shouting that he was the leader of the group and that he would not be let free. the petitioner was actually the office bearer of the state committee of the 'kerala vyapari vyavasai ekopana samithi' and the accused hit him with a stone on the right side of his forehead near the eye, in consequence of which the petitioner sustained injury requiring long and continuous treatment. he was first taken by the members of his organisation, who were in the premises at the time, to the government taluk headquarters hospital, kasargod, then to the kasaragode .....

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Jul 17 2002 (HC)

Binu Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jul-17-2002

Reported in : 2002CriLJ4374

b.n. srikrishna, c.j. 1.these writ petitions under section 226 of the constitution of india challenge the constitutional validity of section 6 of the kerala essential services maintenance act, 1994 (hereinafter referred to as 'kesma'). the petitions have been brought by different organisations representing government servants and individual government servants. since they arise the same question, they are heard together and disposed of by a common judgment.2. on account of the financial stringency faced by the state government, the state government by an order dated 16.1.2002 curtailed, modified and postponed some of the benefits available to government servants. there was wide spread opposition to this move of the government and different organisations representing government servants threatened to go on strike. anticipating such a strike, the state government issued a notification dated 1st february, 2002, in exercise of its powers under section 2(1)(a) of the kesma declaring the services connected with 15 departments to be 'essential services' for the purpose of kesma. by another notification of the same date, in exercise of its powers under section 3(1) of kesma, the government of kerala being satisfied that it was necessary so to do, prohibited strikes in the services declared as essential services by the earlier notification. the strike of the government servants commenced on 6th february, 2002, continued for about a month and was finally withdrawn with effect from 9th .....

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Dec 11 2002 (HC)

Joseph Varghese Vs. B.D.O. Ranni

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-11-2002

Reported in : 2003(1)KLT321

k. balakrishnan nair, j.1. the petitioner is the present president of the third respondent grama panchayat. he is facing a no confidence motion. the notice regarding the intention to move the no confidence motion has been served on the authorised officer by the required number of members of the panchayat. therefore, the said officer has issued ext. p1 notice dated 3.12.2002 proposing to convene the meeting. the said notice was despatched on 4.12.2002. it was received by the members on 7.12.2002. the meeting to consider the motion is scheduled to be held on 12.12.2002. the petitioner submits that there is only five clear days between the date of receipt of the notice and the date of meeting. therefore, according to him, the meeting is convened in violation of section 157(4) of the kerala panchayat raj act. the said section reads as follows:'157(4) the officer referred to in sub-section (2) shall send by registered post to the elected members of the panchayat concerned notice of not less than seven clear days of any meeting held under this section and the time appointed therefore. notice regarding this shall be affixed in the office of the panchayat.'2. sub-sections (3) and (4) are relevant for the purpose of this case. sub-section (3) says that the authorised officer shall convene a meeting of the panchayat committee to consider the no confidence motion on a date which is not later than fifteen working days from the date on which the notice under sub-section (2) is delivered .....

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Nov 29 2002 (HC)

Muhammed Usman Vs. Registrar of Co-operative Societies

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Nov-29-2002

Reported in : AIR2003Ker299; [2003]116CompCas505(Ker); 2003(1)KLT69

kurian joseph, j. 1. co-operative societies is a state subject and banking a central subject. what about banking by co-operative societies? does it require licence under the banking regulation act? 2. ah these original petitions relate to the registration and functioning of unlicensed urban banks. the very expressions 'unlicensed' and 'bank' would call for a detailed examination as to what is banking and whether it requires licence for conducting banking business. such examination is all the more necessary since the unlicensed banking is attempted to be conducted by co-operative societies registered under the kerala co-operative societies act, 1969. the scope of the expression 'co-operative society' and various types of such societies and 'banking' as appear in the kerala co-operative societies act, 1969 (act 21, 1969), banking regulation act, 1949, (act 10 of 1949), reserve bank of india act, 1934 (act 2 of 1934), national bank for agricultural and rural development act, 1981 generally known as nabard act (act 61 of 1989) and the deposit insurance and credit guarantee corporation act, 1961 (act 47 of 1961) also requires to be examined. 3. banking is entry 45 in list i of the seventh schedule of the constitution of india, entry 43 in list i - union list - provides for 'incorporation, regulation andwinding up of trading corporations, including banking, insurance and financial corporations but not including co-operative societies. entry 32 in list ii state list -provides for ' .....

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Dec 17 2002 (HC)

Deputy Commissioner of Sales Tax (Law), Board of Revenue (Taxes) Vs. N ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Dec-17-2002

Reported in : [2004]135STC78(Ker)

g. sivarajan, j.1. the matter arises under the kerala general sales tax act, 1963 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'). the scope of section 35 of the act arises for consideration in this case.2. the assessee is the revision petitioner. it is a dealer in provisions. the assessment year concerned is 1988-89. the original assessment of the assessee for the year 1988-89 was completed on november 27, 1990. the assessee took up the matter in first appeal before the additional deputy commissioner, agricultural income-tax and sales tax, who by his order dated may 6, 1991 (annexure b) modified the assessment. the assessee and the state filed appeal arid cross appeal before the sales tax appellate tribunal. the appellate tribunal disposed of the said appeals by order dated august 5, 1994 (annexure c) whereby the appeal filed by the assessee was partly allowed and the state appeal was dismissed. in the meantime the assessing authority gave effect to the first appellate authority's order by passing a revised order dated june 26, 1993 (annexure d). after the order of the tribunal the deputy commissioner, agricultural income-tax and sales tax, ernakulam issued a notice dated june 27, 1995 under section 35 of the act proposing to set aside the assessment. though the assessee had sought for time to file objections and the same was granted as per communication dated july 6, 1995 the assessee did not respond to the notice. in the above circumstances, the deputy commissioner by his order .....

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