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Dec 13 1999 (HC)

Maninder Singh Vs. Union Territory

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-13-1999

Reported in : II(2000)DMC201

..... to go back to her matrimonial home, there would have been a complaint either by her or by pw-4. no such thing happened. further, no efforts to reconciliate or mediation took place. for the purpose of proving harassment, the prosecution examined pw-7a bhupinder singh who is sister's husband of the deceased. according to him, kuljeet kauj met him .....

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Jan 18 1999 (HC)

Harbans Kaur Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-18-1999

Reported in : I(2000)DMC599

..... of general nature involving father-in-law, mother-in-law, brother-in-law and harbans kaur in this episode.3. keeping in view that the petitioner is not even the mediator of the marriage of gurmit kaur with makhan singh and the dowry if brought had not benefited her even remotely, i think anticipatory bail should be allowed to the petitioner ..... to bear the taunts and ill-treatment being inflicted by her father-in-law harnek singh, mother-in-law baljeet kaur, brother-in-law goggu @ sarabjit singh and harbans kaur, mediator of the marriage of goggu because she had not brought dowry to their satisfaction.2. learned counsel for the petitioner smt. harbans kaur submitted that smt. harbans kaur is only ..... house of in-laws of gurmit kaur, they found her mother-in-law baljit kaur, father-in-law harnek singh, her brother-in-law goggu @ sarabjit singh and harbans kaur, mediator of the marriage of goggu, taunting gurmit kaur for bringing in adequate dowry. they became silent on seeing mishra singh and his son gurjit singh coming towards them. mishra singh ..... lodger of the first information report, his daughter's father-in-law harnek singh, mother-in-law baljit kaur, her husband's younger brother goggu @ sarabjit singh and harbans kaur, mediator of the marriage of goggu @ sarabjit singh had been harassing gurmit kaur for having brought inadequate dowry. not being able to bear their ill-treatment and gurmeet kaur used to .....

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Jan 08 1999 (HC)

Sanjay Chopra Vs. Shyama

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-08-1999

Reported in : II(1999)DMC382

..... that the dowry brought by her was inadequate. it was denied that he was a drug-addict. on 9.10.1994, he alongwith aunt of the mediator and the son-in-law of the mediator went to the house of her parents with a view to bring her back to the matrimonial home but she refused to accompany him to the matrimonial .....

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Feb 10 1999 (HC)

Jai Ram Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-10-1999

Reported in : II(1999)DMC399

..... marriage. on 14.8.1998 she died of hanging. according to her father duni singh, on 15.8.1998, he was informed by bhajan lal ex-sarpanch of village shaffipur, mediator of this marriage, that his daughter had died due to heart attack. thereupon, he, his son jaswant singh, and his wife surjit kaur accompanied by other residents of the village .....

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Jul 07 1999 (HC)

Kuldeep Kumar Sharma Vs. Usha

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-07-1999

Reported in : I(2000)DMC534

orderswatanter kumar, j. cm. 8339/cii99:1. this application, as framed, is not maintainable before this court. however, learned counsel appearing for the parties are agreed that the appeal may be dismissed with liberty to file a petition for dissolution of marriage between the parties by a decree of divorce on the ground of mutual consent within the purview and scope of the provisions of section 13-b of the hindu marriage act. annexure-a to this application, copy of the compromise duly signed by the parties, would obviously be the basis of filing the appropriate petition. the mediators, who are present in court and whose names have been mentioned in the compromise, annexure-a, to this application, state that a sum of rs. 2,10,000/- has been given to them, which would be handed over to the wife in court on presentation of a proper petition.2. in view of the joint statement of the parties, this application as well as the main appeal is dismissed with liberty to the parties to file a petition under section 13-b of the hindu marriage act before the court of competent jurisdiction.

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Sep 24 1999 (HC)

Dharam Pal Vs. Darbara Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-24-1999

Reported in : (2000)124PLR380

r.l. anand, j.1. this is a civil revision filed by shri dharam pal and, it has been directed against the order dated 16.3.1998, passed by the court of additional civil judge, (senior division) sultanpur lodhi, district kapurthala, vide which, it was held by the executing court that the decree obtained but shri dharam pal, is inexecutable against the judgment-debtor no. 9. resultantly, the objections of judgment-debtor no. 9 were allowed to sustain and the execution application was dismissed.2. to examine the legality of the order, it has become necessary for me to incorporate in brief what happened in the past. shri dharam pal, petitioner, filed a suit for possession by way of specific performance of the agreement to sell dated 28.11.1984 executed by shri bahal singh who was the father of defendants no. 1 to 7 and husband of defendant no. 8, with regard to the suit property mentioned in the head note of the plaint itself. the total consideration of the sale was rs. 11,000/-. the plaintiff shri dharam pal also prayed for a declaration that the sale-deed executed by defendants no. 1 to 8 in favour of defendant no. 9, thaman singh (objector) before the executing court and also the mortgage deed executed by thaman singh in favour of defendant no. 10, land mortgage bank limited, had no effect on the rights of the plaintiff.3. the contest was given by the defendants. separate written statements were filed by defendants no. 1 to 8, defendant no. 9 and defendant no. 10.4. the .....

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Sep 20 1999 (HC)

Brij Pal Vs. Bhudar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-20-1999

Reported in : (2000)124PLR333

r.l. anand, j.1. this is a defendant's appeal and has been directed against the judgment and decree dated 9.11.1979 passed by additional district judge, gurgaon, who accepted the appeal of the plaintiffs and set aside the judgment and decree of the trial court dated 28.8.1978 and plaintiffs were granted a decree for possession as tenants in respect of the land measuring 9 bighas 15 biswas comprised in khasra no. 1064/83.2. the brief facts of the case can be described in the following manner:-'bhuder and rajbir filed a suit for declaration with a consequential relief of injunction and in the alternative for possession alleging that kare, chandi and siriya sons of sohal lal were owners in equal shares of the land measuring 9 bighas 15 biswas and other land comprised in khewat no. l, khatoni no. 104, khasra no. 1064/83 min situated in revenue estate of village baghpur. this land was being cultivated by the plaintiffs or their predecessors-in-interest as tenants on payment of rs. 3/- per bigha as rent. this land and other land formed part of surplus' area of the land of kare, chandi and siria and plaintiffs acquired the right to purchase the same under the punjab security of land tenures act. sukh ram was the predecessor-in-interest of the defendants and he was also in possession of some portion of the land in this very khasra bearing no. 1064/83 and he obtained a mutation of ownership sanctioned on 27.10.1976 in respect of the suit land and other land also forming part of said .....

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Sep 28 1999 (HC)

Municipal Committee Vs. Sikandar Singh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-28-1999

Reported in : (2000)124PLR228

r.l. anand, j.1. municipal committee, sirhind, through its executive officer, has filed the present appeal and it has been directed against the judgment and decree dated 31.10.1979, passed by the court of the distt. judge, patiala, who set aside the findings of the trial court and declared the plaintiff sukhinder singh son of patisar singh, not only in possession of the property but also the owner of the suit land and that the committee had no concern with the suit land. consequently, the committee was restrained from interfering in the possession of the plaintiff over the suit land.2. the brief facts of the case are that sukhinder singh filed a suit for declaration and for permanent injunction against the committee to the effect that he is owner in possession of the land measuring 25 kanals fully described in the head note of the plaint and further sought an injunction restraining the defendant municipal committee and its servants from interfering in his possession. the case set up by the plaintiff in the trial court was that he is resident of sirhind and is khewatdar of sirhind. the land under dispute is situated at sirhind and the plaintiff is in peaceful cultiyating possession of the same as owner since his fore-fathers. the land in suit was a shamlat of village sirhind and being a co-sharer and khewatdar of the village sirhind, grand father of the plaintiff was earlier in peaceful cultivating possession of the land as owner and as co-sharer of the shamlat land. on the .....

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Sep 23 1999 (HC)

Gurnam Kaur and ors. Vs. Amarjit Kaur and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-23-1999

Reported in : (2000)124PLR362

r.l. anand, j.1. plaintiffs remained unsuccessful in the trial court as well as in the first appellate court and they have filed the present appeal which has been directed against the judgment and decree dated 23.4.1997 passed by additional district judge, gurdaspur, who affirmed the judgment and decree dated 22.10.1991 vide which the suit of the plaintiffs for possession was dismissed.2. some facts of the case can be noticed in the following manner:-unsuccessful plaintiffs filed a suit for possession of the land fully described in the head-note of the plaint measuring 40 kanals 13 marlas on the allegations that the property in dispute was owned by one rattan singh son of maghar singh, resident of village aujala. rattan singh owner had a son-in-law by the name of rattan singh son of natha singh. rattan singh, owner of the land, died in the year 1975. jagir kaur, defendant no. 2 is the daughter of rattan singh owner. the suit land was in possession of defendant no. 3. plaintiffs jarnail singh, who is now being represented by gurnam kaur, gur iqbal singh and jagjit singh, phulwant singh, dilbagh singh, rachpal singh and jaspal singh are the grandsons of rattan singh owner. defendant no. 1 amarjit kaur claims that she is the daughter of joginder singh, pre-deceased of rattan singh owner. the case set up by the plaintiffs before the trial court was that rattan singh owner had executed,a valid will in their favour on 4.3.1971 and on the basis of that will they have become the .....

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Jul 29 1999 (HC)

Amarjit Singh Vs. U.T. of Chandigarh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-29-1999

Reported in : (2000)126PLR465

swatanter kumar, j.1. lac no. 27 dated 7.9.1988 titled as amarjit singh and ors. v. u.t, chandigarh was disposed of by the learned district judge, chandigarh vide order dated 24.7.1990 in terms of the judgment/award passed by that court in lac no. 25 of 1988 titled as jaswant kaur v. union of india.2. jaswant kaur's case (supra) alongwith 13 other references was answered by the learned district judge vide judgement dated 24.2.1990. all the present appeals arise from the above judgment passed by the learned district judge and, thus, it will be appropriate to dispose of all these appeals by a common judgment.3. administration of union territory of chandigarh with the intention to acquire 61.64 acres of land from the revenue estate of village mani majra for a public purpose i.e. rehabilitation of slum dwellers, issued a notification under section 4 of the land acquisition act (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') on 10.12.1986. in furtherance thereto on 25.2.1987 the notification under section 6 of the act was issued. the collector after following the due process awarded compensation at the rate of rs. 85,000 per acre with 30% solatium vide award dated 27.3.1987. the collector had granted a flat rate of compensation to all claimants in relation to the acquisition of their respective land. the claimants felt dissatisfied with the extent of amount of compensation awarded to them and they preferred references under section 18 of the act. according to the claimants they were .....

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