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Apr 27 1960 (SC)

The Printers (Mysore) Private Ltd. Vs. Pothan Joseph

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-27-1960

Reported in : AIR1960SC1156; [1960]3SCR713

..... no dispute as such between them which could attract the arbitration agreement. he also held that an attempt was made by the parties to settle their differences amicably through the mediation of mr. behram doctor but the said attempt failed because the appellant was not serious about it and was just trying 'to protract, defeat and delay the plaintiff's moves ..... by mr. behram doctor and copies of which have been supplied by him to both the parties indicate that mr. behram doctor attempted to mediate between the parties and presumably the parties were agreeable to secure the mediation of mr. behram doctor to resolve the dispute. we ought to add that the copy of the said proceedings produced by the appellant contains .....

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Aug 18 1960 (SC)

State of Bombay Vs. K.P. Krishnan and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-18-1960

Reported in : AIR1960SC1223; (1961)63BOMLR127; [1960(1)FLR392]; (1960)IILLJ592SC; [1961]1SCR227

..... the background of the steps which the conciliation officer has taken under s. 12(1) to (4). the conciliation officer has held conciliation proceedings, has investigated the matter, attempted to mediate, failed in his effort to bring about a settlement between the parties, and has made a full and detailed report in regard to his enquiry and his conclusions as to ..... for the purpose of inducing the parties to come to a fair and amicable settlement. the duty and function of the conciliation officer is, as his very name indicates, to mediate between the parties and make an effort at conciliation so as to persuade them to settle their disputes amicably between themselves. if the conciliation officer succeeds in his ..... mediation s. 12 (3) requires him to make a report of such settlement together with the memorandum of the settlement signed by the parties to the dispute. section 18(3) provides .....

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Nov 30 1960 (SC)

Basant Lal Banarsi Lal Vs. Bansi Lal Dagdulal

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-30-1960

Reported in : AIR1961SC823; [1961]2SCR780

sarkar, j.1. the appellant is a commission agent and pucca aratiya and has been acting as such for the respondent since november 7, 1951, in the course of which various contracts were made between them in greater bombay. on february 26, 1952, two of such contracts were outstanding, one of which was in respect of groundnuts and was a forward contract. 2. in march 1952, disputes arose between the parties as to whether these contracts had been closed, each side making a claim on the other on the basis of its own contention. eventually, on march 18, 1952, the appellant referred the disputes to arbitration under the arbitration clause contained in the contracts. on october 7, 1952, the arbitrators made one composite award for rs. 22,529-15-9 against the respondent in respect of the said disputes. it is not very clear whether this award covered other disputes also. 3. this award was duly filed in the bombay city civil court under the arbitration act, 1940, for a judgment being passed on it. thereafter, on july 17, 1953, the respondent made an application to the bombay city civil court for setting aside the award contending that forward contracts in groundnuts were illegal as the making of such contracts was prohibited by the oilseeds (forwards contract prohibition) order, 1943, issued under the essential supplies (temporary powers) act, 1946, and hence the arbitration clause contained in the forward contract in groundnuts between the parties was null and void. it was said that the .....

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Nov 07 1960 (SC)

Indian Copper Corporation Ltd. Vs. the State of Bihar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-07-1960

Reported in : [1961]2SCR276; [1961]12STC56(SC)

ayyangar, j. 1. the sole question which arises in this appeal, which comes by way of special leave is as to whether sales under which goods were delivered outside the state of bihar for the purpose of consumption but not within the state of first delivery or first destination, are exempt from the levy of sales-tax by the bihar state by virtue of art. 286(1)(a) of the constitution as it stood before the recent amendment. 2. the india copper corporation ltd. (referred to hereafter as the assessee-company) carries on business in copper and various other materials and mineral products and the office of its general manager is in the district of singhbhum in bihar. the period covered by the assessment now in dispute is january 26, 1950 to march 31, 1950. the normal practice of the assessee-company was to deposit sums of money from time to time provisionally towards payment of sales-tax in advance and have the amount finally adjusted after the completion of the assessment of each year. the assessee-company followed this practice in respect of the amount of sales-tax due by it for the year 1949-50. for the financial year april 1, 1949 to march 31, 1950, the superintendent of sales-tax, singhbhum, computed the tax liability of the company in the sum of rs. 3,60,703-4-0 by an order of assessment dated november 13, 1950, and the company made payment of the amount due by it beyond the sums already paid. it would be noticed that this financial year comprised two periods - (1) before the .....

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Jan 13 1960 (SC)

The Swadeshi Industries Ltd. Vs. Its Workmen

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-13-1960

Reported in : AIR1960SC1258; [1960(1)FLR576]; (1960)IILLJ78SC

..... three persons but no settlement was arrived at. the first tribunal appears to have assumed that the opinion of the mediators was unfavourable to the workmen. this assumption was made merely from the fact that no report was made by the mediators. as the appellant's counsel fairly conceded there is no justification for such an assumption. all that we know is .....

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Sep 26 1960 (SC)

Atiabari Tea Co., Ltd. Vs. the State of Assam and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-26-1960

Reported in : AIR1961SC232; [1961]1SCR809

..... that would fall within the purview of art. 301. the argument that all taxes should be governed by art. 301 whether or not their impact on trade is immediate or mediate direct or remote, adopts, in our opinion, an extreme approach which cannot be upheld. if the said argument is accepted it would mean, for instance, that even a legislative enactment .....

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Apr 18 1960 (FN)

Telegraphers Vs. Chicago and N.W. R. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-18-1960

..... these proposals. at a meeting between north western's chief executive officer and the union's president and its general counsel at madison, wisconsin, during the period of the mediation efforts, north western's official asked if there was any "possibility" of "working out these station closing matters and the discontinuance of the position of these station agents" ..... , but instead constitutes an attempt to freeze assignments regardless of the controlling agreement and regardless of the necessity or justification for such assignments." [ footnote 2/6 ] in the mediation meetings and other meetings between the parties, north western suggested several means of cushioning the effects of discontinuing these "one-man" agency jobs, including (1) the transfer of ..... of their rights under the [railway labor] act [inasmuch as] no adequate administrative page 362 u. s. 363 remedy can be afforded by the national railroad adjustment or mediation board[s]," this court concluded "that the district court has jurisdiction and power to issue necessary injunctive orders notwithstanding the provisions of the norris-laguardia act. we need add ..... western railway company ("north western") is a major interstate common carrier by railroad. the order of railroad telegraphers ("union") is a railway labor union, certified by the national mediation board as the representative of the page 362 u. s. 346 station agents and various other employees of north western. north western's lines extend westerly and northerly from .....

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Jun 20 1960 (FN)

Locomotive Engineers Vs. Missouri-kansas-texas R. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-20-1960

..... submitted the dispute to the national railroad adjustment board, to national committees and disputes committees established by the collective bargaining agreements, and to the national page 363 u. s. 530 mediation board. they amended their complaint in the district court to allege the various submissions. after a hearing, the district court granted the injunction pending decision by the adjustment board, but ..... of two of their five-man way-freight crews and changing the home or away-from-home terminals of the remaining crews. after unsuccessfully invoking the services of the national mediation board, the unions representing the members of these crews called a strike. the railroads submitted the dispute to the national railroad adjustment board and sued for injunctive relief. the ..... home terminals of the remaining crews. the petitioner brotherhoods, representing the engineers, firemen, conductors and brakemen affected, protested the issuance of the orders and invoked the services of the national mediation board. nonetheless, the railroads put the change into effect. after the board advised the parties that it did not consider the dispute one subject to ..... mediation, the unions called a strike. on the same day, the railroads filed a complaint for injunctive relief in the federal district court and obtained a temporary restraining order. the .....

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Oct 03 1960 (SC)

Madhaorao Phalke Vs. the State of Madhya Bharat

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-03-1960

Reported in : AIR1961SC298; [1961]1SCR957

gajendragadkar, j.1. the question of law which arises for our decision in this appeal is with the kalambandis under which the appellant's right to receive rs. 21/8/- per month by way of bachat (balance) is guaranteed constitute an existing law within the meaning of art. 372 of the constitution. this question arises in this way. the appellant madhaorao phalke describes himself and an ekkan and claims that as such ekkan he and his ancestors have been receiving the monthly payment of rs. 21/8/- from the state of madhya bharat. it appears that the appellant's ancestors had accompanied the scindias to gwalior from maharashtra about 200 years ago, and had rendered military service in conquering the territory of gwalior. in recognition of this service the appellant's ancestors were granted a fixed amount of money per month, and this amount has been received by the appellant's family for several generation past. the right to receive this amount has been recognised by the rulers of gwalior in several statues, orders, rules or regulations having the force of statues; amongst them are the kalambandis of 1912 and 1935. on april 18, 1952, the government of madhya bharat issued an executive order terminating the said payment to the appellant; that is why the appellant had to file the present petition is the high court of madhya bharat against the state of madhya bharat and the government of madhya bharat, revenue department, respondents 1 and 2 respectively under art. 226 of the .....

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Jan 25 1960 (FN)

Oil Workers Unions Vs. Missouri

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-25-1960

..... regulation prescribed by the governor hereunder." [ footnote 5 ] see notes 1 3 and 4 supra. [ footnote 6 ] the court did reaffirm an earlier decision ( state ex rel. state board of mediation v. pigg, 362 mo. 798, 244 s.w.2d 75) upholding the constitutionality of provisions of the king-thompson act relating to the state board of ..... mediation and public hearing panels, "[t]o the extent that those sections are a necessary predicate for the additional sections . . . with which we are now concerned. . . ." 317 s.w.2d at .....

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