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Aug 30 1993 (HC)

Kimti Lal, Workman, Panipat Coop. Sugar Mills Ltd. Vs. State of Haryan ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-30-1993

Reported in : (1994)IILLJ1062P& H; (1994)106PLR116

..... contravention, may make complaint in writing in the prescribed manner:- a) to such conciliation officer or board, and the conciliation officer or board, shall take such complaint into account in mediating in, and promoting the settlement of, such industrial dispute, & b) to such arbitrator, labour court, tribunal or national tribunal and on receipt of such complaint, the arbitrator, labour court, tribunal .....

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Sep 21 1993 (HC)

Jagjit Singh Vs. Pritam Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-21-1993

Reported in : (1994)106PLR95

a.l. bahri, j.1. vide this judgment two regular second appeals (nos. 1115 of 1987 and 1829 of 1987) are being disposed of as they have arisen from the same suit. the appellants in both these appeals are the defendants.2. the suit was filed by pritam singh and his two sisters, tej kaur and bhagwan kaur, for declaration that decree dated august 30, 1979 in suit 'jagjit singh v. mehar singh' was obtained by aforesaid jagjit singh illegally and fraudulently and mutation no. 12 attested on march 28, 1981, on the basis of the aforesaid decree with respect to the land in dispute measuring 55 kanals-15 marlas was not binding on the plaintiffs, who claimed title to the land on account of natural succession. they also claimed decree for possession of the aforesaid land. common ancestor of the plaintiffs and mehar singh deceased was budh singh. he had three sons namely wazir singh, gajjan singh and hira singh. mehar singh was son of hira singh, who died unmarried and issueless. gajjan singh had a son, gurdit singh, and pritam singh etc. plaintiffs are his children. the third son of budh singh namely wazir singh also died issue- less. this pedigree table would show that the plaintiffs are children of brother of hira singh, whose son was mehar singh.3. while contesting the suit, the defendants put forth alternative pleas. they asserted that the consent decree suffered by mehar singh was valid. mehar singh had also adopted jagjit singh defendant and mehar singh also willed away his .....

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Oct 07 1993 (HC)

Krishan Kumar Vs. Smt. Devki Rani

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-07-1993

Reported in : (1994)106PLR295

v.k. jhanji, j.1. this civil revision is directed against the order of the trial court whereby application for amendment of the plaint in a pre-emption suit was allowed on payment of rs. 1,000/- as costs.2. in brief, the facts are that the plaintiff (respondent herein) filed suit for possession by way of pre-emption against defendant (petitioner herein) to pre-empt sale dated 2.2.1990. when an objection was taken by the defendant that the suit is bad for non- joinder of necessary parties, an application was filed on behalf of the plaintiff for amendment of the plaint to implead devinder kumar son of bishamber lai as defendant in the suit. amendment was sought on the ground that it was only on perusal of the written statement that it came to the notice of the plaintiff that sale was made in favour of defendant krishan kumar as well as devinder kumar. according to the plaintiff, he could not array devinder kumar because in certified copy of the sale deed which he had obtained from the office of the sub-registrar, ambala, krishan kumar alone was shown to be vendee of the land in dispute. taking krishan kumar to be the only vendee, plaintiff arrayed him as the sole defendant. the mistake in not making devinder kumar a party was said to have occurred because of wrong supply of copy by the office of the sub-registrar, ambala, which was beyond the control of the plaintiff. in reply, the defendant stated that the plaintiff did not act in good faith and the amendment cannot be allowed .....

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Nov 05 1993 (HC)

The Ludhiana Gurunanak Cooperative House Building Society, Registered ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-05-1993

Reported in : (1994)106PLR446

v.k. bali, j.1. the ludhiana gurunanak cooperative house building society (regd), ludhiana, through present writ filed by it under articles 226/227 of the constitution of india, seeks writ in the nature of certiorari so as to quash annexures p-9 and p-10. it also seek writ in the nature of mandamus directing the ludhiana improvement trust to allot it plot in regard to remaining land out of land measuring 19 kanals 14 marlas as and to direct the respondents to refund an amount of rs. 1,62,895.25 ps. which was got deposited from it illegally and under coercion in pursuance of the resolution no. 61 (annexure p-7) as also not to demand exemption charges and development charges in excess of rs. 2/- and rs. 40.60/- per sq. yards respectively.2. the facts on which the relief aforesaid, rests, reveal that petitioner society owned land measuring 48308 square yards in the revenue estate of village jawandi details of which have been given in para 2 of the petition. this land was purchased by it in 1968 for developing a residential colony of its members. respondent no. 2 - ludhiana improvement trust framed a housing scheme, known as 'model town extension part-ii scheme' in a wide area including the land of village jawadi. the said scheme was framed by respondent no. 2 under the provisions of section 24 read with section 28 of the punjab town improvement act, 1922 (herein- after to be referred as 'the act'). petitioner society alongwith certain other societies submitted representation to .....

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Jun 01 1993 (HC)

Lachhman Dass Vs. the State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jun-01-1993

Reported in : (1993)104PLR396

v.k. bali, j.1. petitioner lachhman dass seeks issuance of writ in the nature of certiorari so as to quash order dated 4-3-1985 (annexure p-4) passed by the district development and panchayat officer, sangrur, vide which damages twenty times of yearly lease money were imposed upon him in proceedings instituted under rule 20 a of the punjab village common lands (regulation) rules, 1964 (hereinafter to be refrred as 1964 rules)2. brief facts of the case, as are appelled out from the impunged order, reveal that an application was filed on behalf of the gram panchayat of village kakra, district sangrur, against the petitioner wherein it was stated that land measuring 34-bigbas 11-biswas was taken on lease by the petitioner through auction for a period of five years commencing 1978- 79 and ending 1982-83 for rs. 1800/- per year. the term of lease expired in 1983, but the petitioner did not part with possession of the land, thus, constraining the gram panchayat to file an application under rule 20-a of the 1964 rules, demanding damages 20 times of lease money for unauthorised occupation of the petitioner. the application aforesaid was contested and in the reply filed by the petitioner, it was, inter alia, pleaded that possession of the entire land, subject matter of lease, was not handed over as some area was taken possession of only after two years after commencement of the lease also that material improvment had been made in the land in dispute as also that the land was not .....

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Aug 26 1993 (HC)

Lila Dhar Vs. Smt. Badho and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-26-1993

Reported in : (1994)106PLR525

s.k. jain, j.1. ganga ram died on 17.8.1985. his wife had pre-deceased him. during his life time, he executed a registered will dated 2.4.1989 ex.d2 thereby bequeathing his property situated in the state of rajasthan in favour of one of his daughters smt. badho wife of kalu ram whereas his property situated in village jhummian-wali, district ferozepur, was bequeathed by him in favour of lila dhar son of his other daughter smt. gauran. on the basis of will ex.d-2 mutation in respect of jhummianwali village property was sanctioned on 30.1.1986 in favour of lila dhar after contest. smt. badho plaintiff, respondent no. 1 herein, instituted civil suit no. 128/19-2-1986 128/19-2-1986 in the court of sub judge ist class, fazilka for a decree for declaration to the effect that she and smt. gauran defendant no. 1 were joint owners in possession qua jhumian wali property fully described in the head note of the plaint. by way of consequential relief, she sought an injunction restraining lila dhar respondent no. 2 from interfering in her possession. permanent injunction was also sought restraining him from alienating the said land in any manner. that suit was contested by smt. gauran and lila dhar defendants. it was dismissed on 7.11.1988 by shri dharam singh, sub judge ist class, fazilka.2. feeling aggrieved the plaintiff preferred civil appeal no. rbt 177 of 1988 which was allowed by additional district judge, ferozepur thereby decreeing the suit of the plaintiff vide his judgment and .....

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Jul 07 1993 (HC)

Lt. Col Raghbir Singh (Retd.) and ors. Vs. Kulbir Singh Brar and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-07-1993

Reported in : (1993)104PLR356

v.k. jhanji, j.1. gaja nand, ram dyal, puran chand, sheela devi and shanti devi were owners of land measuring 46 k. 16 m. situated in village kotkapura. land measuring 20 k. 14 m. was comprised in khasra no. 13599, 15 k. 8 m. in khasra no. 13600 whereas 10 k 13 m. in khasra no. 13601. vide sale deed dated 11.4.1959, the aforesaid persons sold land measuring 34 k. to the petitioner remaining land i.e. 12 k. 15 m. was sold to the respondents. there is some confusion with regard to land measuring 2 marlas. however, parties to the litigation are not raising any dispute with regard to land measuring 2 marlars mutations regarding both these sales were sanctioned. mutation no. 108 was sanctioned in favour of the petitioners whereas mutation no. 115 was sanctioned in favour of the respondents, in the years 1962-63 consolidation took place in the village and new area was carved out and new numbers were given. after consolidation, land measuring 28 k. 4 m. fell to the share of the petitioners whereas land measuring 10 k. 9 m. came to the share of the respondents. respondents, on 30.4.1981, made an application under section 42 of the east punjab holdings (consolidation and prevention of fragmentation act, 1948 (hereinafter referred to as the act) to the additional director, consolidation of holdings, punjab. this was followed by second application dated 8.9.1981 in these applications, a grievance was made by the respondents that major portion of the area was within the municipal limits .....

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Jul 19 1993 (HC)

Harminder Singh Vs. Nachattar Singh (Died) and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-19-1993

Reported in : (1993)104PLR472

v.k. jhanji, j.1. this revision petition is directed against the order dated 8.2.1992 of the district judge, sangrur, allowing the application of the defendants to lead additional evidence in appeal.2. briefly the facts are that one darbara singh alias darbari was owner in possession of the suit land measuring 99 bighas 16 biswas.barbara singh adopted harminder singh (petitioner herein) as his son vice a registered adoption deed dated 17.7.1956. letter the deed was got cancelled by him. against the cancellation of the adoption deed, the petitioner filed a suit agains darbara singh. the suit was decreed on 24 4.1959 and it was held that darbara singh had no right to revoke the adoption deed. on 17. 7.1965, darbara singh made a gift of the suit land in favour of nachhattar singh and milkha singh defendants. the petitioner by another suit challenged the gift made by darbara singh. the suit was decreed on 31.5.1969 declaring the gifts to be null and void. first appeal second appeal as well as the special leave petition against the judgment were dismissed. the petitioner thereafter filed suit, out of which the present revision petition has arisen, against nachhattar singh and milkha singh for possession of the suit land on the basis of title and on the allegation that nachhattar singh and milkha singh have no right or title in the property. on appearance, nachhattar singh and milkha singh filed written statement. apart from denying the averments made in the suit, preliminary .....

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Jun 04 1993 (HC)

Smt. Jito Vs. Dalip Singh and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jun-04-1993

Reported in : (1993)104PLR469

n.k. kapoor, j.1. this is plaintiff's appeal against the judgment and decree of the additional district judge whereby the appeal filed by the defendants has been accepted.2. one sohan singh was owner of the land in dispute who died on 14.1.1982 leaving behind plaintiff jito as daughter and dalip singh and piara singh defendants as his sons sohan singh executed a will on 17.4.1970 and bequeathed his whole property in favour of the defendants. the plaintiff feeling aggrieved by the entries in the revenue record i. e. sanctioning of the mutation on the basis of will dated 17.4.1970, filed this present suit challenging the will terming the same to be forged and fictitious.3. the defendants put in appearance filed written statement controverting the various averments made in the plaint. by way of defence, the defendants urged that the will was duly executed by sohan singh in favour of the answering defendants and thus the plaintiff has no cause of action to file the present suit.4. on the pleadings of the parties, following issues were framed :-(1) whether sohan singh executed a valid will dated 17.4 1970 in favour of the defendants? opd.(2) relief.5. under issue no. 1, the trial court came to the conclusion that sohan singh did not execute a valid will in favour of the defendants and so decreed the suit of the plaintiff qua l/4th share of the estate left by sohan singh.6. before the lower appeallate court, this finding of the trial court was assailed by the defendants. since teja .....

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Jul 30 1993 (HC)

Ramesh Vs. Commissioner, Ambala Division and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-30-1993

Reported in : (1993)105PLR290

g.r. majithia and r.k. nehru, jj. 1. the petitioner has challenged the order of the collector, naraingarh dated august 14, 1992 ordering his eviction from the disputed land and directing him to pay to gram panchayat, ambli arrears of mesne profits amounting to rs. 1,40,000/- and the appellate order dated november 24, 1992, passed by the commissioner, ambala division, ambala, dismissing his appeals, in this petition under articles 226/227 of the constitution of india.2. two applications under sections 5 and 7 of the haryana public premises and land (eviction and rent recovery) act, 1972 (for short, the act) were filed by gram panchayat, ambli and the state of haryana, through the medical officer, health centre, ambli, tehsil naraingarh, against the petitioner. it was pleaded therein that the disputed land was reserved for the income of the gram panchayat during consolidation. the gram panchayat gifted the land to the state of haryana for the construction of health centre on it and mutation no. 1883 dated may 21, 1986 was sanctioned in favour of the state. the petitioner had taken the disputed land on lease from the gram panchayat in the year 1986-87 on payment of rs. 1650/- as lease money per annum. the petitioner did not surrender possession on the expiry of the lease and also did not pay the arrears of rent necessitating the initiation of proceedings under section 7(1)(2) of the punjab village common lands (regulations) act, 1961, against him. the application was rejected by .....

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