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Jan 25 1991 (HC)

Vakil Chand and ors. Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-25-1991

Reported in : I(1991)DMC612

..... his eldest child. she was aged about 22/23 years. her marriage was settled with vijay kumar accused on may 1, 1987. jagan nath son of duli chand was the mediator. at the time of engagement ceremony, said jagan nath and gurcharan singh were present. on that occasion, besides rs. 1,100/- in cash, the customary fruits and sweets were given .....

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Sep 13 1991 (HC)

Nitya Nand Etc. Vs. S.G.P.C.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-13-1991

Reported in : (1992)101PLR193

g.r. majithia, j.1. this judgment disposes of f.a.o. nos. 307 of 1978 and 294 of 1979. f.a.o. no. 307 of 1978 is directed against the order of the sikh gurdwaras tribunal, punjab (the tribunal, for short) dated april 6, 1978, holding that gurdwara sahib mehme shahi. situated in the revenue estate of lopon is a sikh gurdwara. f.a.o. no. 294 of 1979 is directed against the order of the tribunal dated january 30, 1979, deciding the petition under section 10 of the sikh gurdwaras act, 1925 (the act, for short) holding that the properties menioned in the punjab government's gazette notification no. 1608-g.p., dated august 31, 1962 belong to gurdwara sahib mehme shahi determined as a sikh gurdwara in petition no. 628 of 1974 filed by nitya nand vashisht and other worshippers of lopon under section 8 of the act.2. under sub-section (1) of section 7 of the act, more than fifty sikh worshippers belonging to village lopon, dhamot, jandali, doraha, rajgarh, etc. forwarded a petition to the punjab government through the secretary, home department, praying that gurdwara sahib mehme shahi situated within the revenue estate of lopon, tehsil sirhind, district ludhiana (previously district patiala) be declared to be a sikh gurdwara. this was duly notified by the state government under the provisions of sub-section (3) of section 7 of the act. thereupon, mahant chanan singh chela ram singh, sadh nirmala of village lopon, sent two composite petitions under sections 8 and 10 of the act to the .....

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Nov 29 1991 (HC)

Gram Panchayat Shitabgarh Vs. the Director, Consolidation of Holdings ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-29-1991

Reported in : (1992)101PLR616

harjit singh bedi, j.1. the present petition is directed against the order of the director, consolidation of holdings, punjab, annexure p-3, dated 24th may, 1988, whereby a direction has been issued that the land in dispute be mutated in favour of the proprietors in a manner detrimental to the interest of the petitioner-gram panchayat. as per the averments in the petition, the suit land was recorded as 'shamlat deh hasab hissa halsari' in the revenue record prior to the start of consolidation proceedings in the year 1953-54. it has been averred that the pepsu village common lands and regulation act, 1954 (hereinafter called the pepsu act) was enforced with effect from march 1955, and vide section 3 thereof, it is provided that all land which is included in shamlat deh of any village, shall on the appointed date, vest in a panchayat having jurisdiction over the village. section 4 of the pepsu act provided that the shamlat deh lands vested in the gram panchayat were to be managed by the panchayat for the benefit of the inhabitants of the village. it has been averred that keeping in view the principles of the pepsu act, the state of punjab issued a letter for the convenience of the authorities directing them to sanction mutation in the name of the gram panchayat. it has been averred that in accordance with this letter, the land in question was mutated in the name of the panchayat on 13th june, 1957. the challenge had been made by the private respondent to the sanction of this .....

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Jan 24 1991 (HC)

Amar Singh Vs. Man Phool and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-24-1991

Reported in : (1991)99PLR645

a.s. nehra, j.1. this appeal is directed against tie judgment and decree dated 12-11-1986 passed by the additional district judge (iv), faridabad.2. sitting up the following pedigree table-ami chand|-----------------------------------------------------------| |ghashi (died) farlal (died)| |ram parshad (died) roshan (died)| || |-------------------------- || | | |man phool hansa munshi (died) amar singh(defendant (defendant smt. nathia (plaintiff)no. 1) no. 2) widow of the shri munshi(defendnat no 3) the brief facts of the case are that the plaintiff appellant filed a suit for declaration claiming himself to be the owner in possession of one- half share of the suit land situated in village fulera, detailed in paragraphs 2 and 3 of the plaint. the case of the plaintiff, precisely stated is that ram parshad, father of the present respondents nos. 1 and 2 nod father-in law of respondent no. 3, who was village head-man fraudulently, illegally and in collusion with the revenue authorities got the suit land mutated in his name in the year 1941 ram phool. father of the present plaintiff-appellant, was in private service and thereafter he joined the military service on 14-8-1942 and after his retirement he had been drawing his pension till his death on 15 4-1978 it was alleged in the plaint that the, mutation was got sanctioned on the pretext that the father of the, plaintiff-appellant was missing since long, whereas he was very much alive and was in service and he was however, an .....

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Sep 13 1991 (HC)

Mahant Amar Dass Chela Mahant Jai Ram Dass Vs. Shiromani Gurdwara Parb ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-13-1991

Reported in : AIR1992P& H288

orderc.r. majithia, j. 1. this appeal is directed against the judgment of the sikh gurdwaras tribunal, punjab, chandigarh dismissing the petition filed by the appellant under section 10 of the sikh gurdwaras act, 1925 (hereinafter called the act).2. the facts :--after the publication of notification dated august 11, 1961 under sub-section (3) of section 7 of the act, relating to gurdwara sahib dharamsala baba gursaran dass, situate in the revenue estate of nabha, district patiala, along with a consolidated list of properties claimed to be belonging to the said gurdwara, the appellant presented a petition under section 10 of the act to the appropriate secretary to the government, punjab, asserting claim to certain properties which had been allegedly belonging to the gurdwara. the state government treated the petition as under sections 8 and 10 of the act and forwarded the same to the sikh gurdawaras tribunal, punjab (the tribunal, for short) for adjudication, under sub-section (1) of section 14 of the act. the appellant claimed that the properties mentioned in the notification was his personal property. the plea was controverted by the shiromani gurdwaras par-bandhak committee, amritsar (the committee, for brevity) and this led to the framing of the following issues:-- 1. what right, title or interest has thepetitioner in the property in dispute? 2. what right, title or interest has the gurdwara in question in the property in dispute? issue no. 1 was decided against the .....

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Sep 03 1991 (HC)

Gurdip Singh Vs. Arjan Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-03-1991

Reported in : I(1993)DMC388

g.c. garg, j.1. this second appeal is at the instance of the plaintiffs. 2. gurdip singh and sukhchain singh filed a suit for declaration that they were the owners in possession of the land measuring 79 kanals 11 marias situated in village agwar ralhan, tehsil jagraon, district ludhiana, as per the jamabandi for the year 1977-78 on the basis of a registered will dated 17.8.1972 executed by sunder singh in their favour. in the alternative it was prayed that a decree in their favour be passed restraining the defendants from dispossessing them from the suit land except in due course of law. it was pleaded that defendant no. 1 had earlier filed a suit against the plaintiffs on 18.10.1979 claiming half share in the land in dispute on the basis of a registered will dated 9.1.1959 allegedly executed by sunder singh in favour of defendants no. 1 and 2, his sons. the plaintiffs had contested that suit by pleading the will of sunder singh dated 17.8.1972 in their favour. that suit was decided by the subordinate judge, jagraon and the two wills alleged to have been executed py sunder singh dated 9.1.1959 and 17.8.1972 were disbelieved. the suit was dismissed with the observation that the estate of sunder singh will devolve, upon his natural heirs in accordance with the provisions of hindu succession act. the appeal filed by the plaintiffs who were defendants in the earlier suit against the judgment and decree of the subordinate judge was dismissed being not maintainable. it was further .....

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Nov 25 1991 (HC)

Savitri and ors. Vs. Manphool and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-25-1991

Reported in : (1992)101PLR108

g.r. majithia, j.1. the defendants have come up in regular second appeal against the judgment and decree of the first appellate court reversing on appeal those of the trial judge and decreeing the suit of the plaintiff-respondents for declaration that they were owners-in-possession of the suit land.2. the facts:-slier singh and partap singh, sons of lachhman were the owners of the suit land, part of which is situated in village naguran and part in village nheri naguran; that they left the village and settled in jind in 1950 and since then the plaintiff-respondents (hereinafter the plaintiffs) had been in possession as owners thereof without payment of any batai, rent or other charges t6 the defendant-appellants (hereinafter the defendants); that their possession had been continuous, open, hostile and to the knowledge of the defendants and, thus, they had become its owners by adverse possession.3. the suit was contested by defendant-appellant no. 1 and she took preliminary objection that the suit was not maintainable in the present form ; that the suit was bad for mis joinder of parties and cause of action. the allegation that the plaintiffs had become owners by adverse possession was controverted.4. on the pleadings of the parties, the following issues were framed :-(1) whether the plaintiffs have become the owners of the suit land by way of adverse possession in accordance with shares as detailed in the head-note of the plaint o. p. p.(2) whether the suit is not maintainable .....

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Oct 10 1991 (HC)

Shiv Ram and anr. Vs. Smt. Durga Devi and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-10-1991

Reported in : (1992)101PLR449

v.k. bali, j.1. this is defendants's appeal against the judgment and decree rendered by additional district judge, ambala dated 5th february, 1991, vide which judgment and decree passed by the trial court was set aside; thus, decreeing the suit of the plaintiffs.2. facts that constrained the plaintiff-respondents to file suit for possession require to be briefly enumerated. one joti ram, stated to be husband of plaintiff no. 1 smt. durga devi, was earlier married to one smt. perma devi. no issue was, however, born put of this wedlock. for the reason that smt. perma devi could not bear any child or otherwise, she is stated to have become a lady of unbalanced mind and left the matrimonial home long back to an unknown destination. after she had so left the house, she was not heard by those who would have naturally known about her. smt. durga devi, plaintiff no. 1, then came into matrimonial alliance with the aforesaid joti ram. out of this marriage, however, four children were born; two out of them predeceased joti ram whereas two others who are daughters, i.e. plaintiffs no. 2 and 3, are stated to be still living with plaintiff no. 1. joti ram during his life time had mortgaged some land out of the total suit land owned and possessed by him, as he was unable to manage the same on account of his old age. some of the mortgagees were the present defendant-appellants. joti ram died on 20th november, 1978. his estate devolved upon the plaintiffs, evidenced through mutation of .....

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Nov 27 1991 (HC)

Sat Pal Vs. Ram Kumar and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-27-1991

Reported in : (1992)101PLR88

a.p. chowdhri, j.1. the facts giving rise to this revision petition are that the petitioner filed a suit for pre-emption against the respondents. after the parties had concluded their evidence final arguments were heard on may 17, 1991, and the case was posted for final orders for may 22, 1991. on that day, an application under section 151 of the code of civil procedure was made by the defendant-vendees stating that in the written statement a specific objection had been taken that the pre-emptor satpal was father's brother's son of the vendors mohinder and surjit and in view of the law laid down by the supreme court in jagdish and ors. v. nathimal kejriwal, a. i. r. 1987 s. c. 68, the plaintiff could not succeed on the ground of being a co-sharer with the vendor. it was prayed that even though the aforesaid objection had been duly taken in the written statement at the earliest stage, this aspect had not been argued and that further arguments on this aspect of the matter may be heard. the application was apparently not contested and the case was accordingly fixed for further arguments, which were heard. another application was thereafter made on may 29, 1991, under order 18 rule 17-a of the code of civil procedure for producing additional evidence. learned counsel states at the bar that only a mutation of inheritance being mutation no. 1490 attested on june 24, 1979, whereby the estate of bakhtawar, father of rameshwar, who was son of the pre-emptor as well as balwant, father .....

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Oct 10 1991 (HC)

Baj Singh Vs. State of Punjab Through the Joint Secretary-cum-director ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-10-1991

Reported in : (1992)101PLR10

r.s. mongia, j.1. in the panchayat elections held in 1974, petitioner baj singh was elected as sarpanch of gram panchayat, chottian kalan, tehsil moga, district faridkot. prior to the election of the petitioner as the sarpanch, there were satna other persons who were elected as the sarpanches.2. a complaint was made against the petitioner that he had illegally grabed the land of the gram panchayat by getting sale deeds in favour of his close relatives. even the mutations had been sanctioned in favour of the purchasers. this was reported by the district development & panchayats officer, faridkot on 3rd september, 1987. on these allegations it was alleged that the petitioner had misused his office as sarpanch. a regular enquiry against the petitioner was ordered under section 102(1) of the punjab gram panchayats act, 1952 (hereinafter referred to as the act). a regular enquiry was conducted by the naib tahsildar. according! to the naib tahsildar, the following charges stood proved against the petitioner :'that baj singh, sarpanch and some other members (now ex. members) in connivance with the employees of revenue department have distributed the land in his and other co-villagers' names, which was mutated in favour of shamlat deh vide mutations no. 4521 and 4522 with the orders of a.c.-ii, dated 30-4-68 measuring 5 kanals 9 marias and 133 kanals 53 marias (total 137 kanals 4 marias). 'no action was taken by shri baj singh, sarpanch in this regard.'on the basis of the above .....

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