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Mar 05 1962 (SC)

Sir Chunilal V. Mehta and Sons, Ltd. Vs. the Century Spinning and Manu ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-05-1962

Reported in : AIR1962SC1314; (1963)65BOMLR267; 1963MhLJ457(SC); [1962]Supp3SCR549

mudholkar, j.1. this is an appeal by special leave against the judgment of the high court of bombay in an appeal from the judgment of a single judge of that court. the claim in appeal before the high court was for about 26 lakhs of rupees. being aggrieved by the decision of the high court, the appellant applied for a certificate under art. 133(1)(a) of the constitution. the judgment of the high court in appeal was in affirmance of the judgment of the learned single judge dismissing the appellant's suit for damages and therefore, it was necessary for the appellant to establish that a substantial question of law was involved in the appeal. on behalf of the appellant it was contended that the question raised concerned the interpretation to be placed on certain clauses of the managing agency agreement upon which their claim in the suit was founded and that as the interpretation placed by the appeal court on those clauses was erroneous and thus deprived them of the claim to a substantial amount the matter deserved to be certified by the high court under art. 133(1)(a) of the constitution. the learned judges dismissed the application without a judgment apparently following their previous decision in kaikhushroo pirojsha ghaira v. c.p. syndicate ltd. (1948) l. bom. l.r. 744. the appellants, therefore, moved this court under art. 136 of the constitution for grant of special leave which was granted. in the application for special leave the appellant had raised a specific contention to .....

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Dec 07 1962 (SC)

Corporation of the City of Nagpur Vs. the Nagpur Handloom Cloth Market ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-07-1962

Reported in : AIR1963SC1192; (1964)66BOMLR116; [1963]Supp2SCR796

shah, j.1. the nagpur handloom cloth market company ltd. - hereinafter called 'the company' - constructed on certain plots owned by it, two houses - each house consisting of a ground floor, intended to be used as shops and an upper floor intended to be used for residential purposes. for the use of the occupants of the shops, 20 flush lavatories with underground sewers connected with the drainage system of the nagpur corporation were constructed by the company. the corporation of nagpur had also erected a municipal public water standard within 200 yards of the houses. among the taxes levied by the municipal corporation under s. 114 of the city of nagpur corporation act, 1948 - hereinafter called 'the act' - were the conservancy tax and the water-rate which under the rules applicable thereto were leviable as rates on the annual letting value of buildings and lands within the corporation area. it is common ground that the shops which in the aggregate number 201, are occupied by shop-keepers under a scheme under which on payment of stipulated amounts, the occupants will be full owners of the shops, and on the liability of all the occupants being discharged the company will be dissolved. however the scheme under which this arrangement was made has not been placed before us and it is not possible on the material before us to ascertain what the true relation between the shop-keepers and the company is. 2. for the year 1953-54 the corporation of nagpur proposed of assess the shop- .....

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Dec 21 1962 (SC)

State of West Bengal Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-21-1962

Reported in : AIR1963SC1241; [1964]1SCR371

..... necessities of their being, not out of the tenure by which lands are held. it may be exercised, though the lands are not held by grant from the government either mediately or immediately, and independent of the consideration whether they would escheat to the government in case of a failure of heirs. the right is the offering of political necessity; and .....

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Feb 20 1962 (SC)

Amarsarjit Singh Vs. the State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-20-1962

Reported in : AIR1962SC1305; [1962]Supp3SCR346

..... of all their governmental powers they ceased to be rulers, 'mediatized' or otherwise, and when the revenue settlements were made in 1852, they had no vestige of sovereignty left in them, and had become ordinary subjects of the british with some ..... 'annex (principality) to another state, leaving former sovereign his title and (usually) more or less of his rights of government'. it might be correct to speak of the chiefs as mediatized rulers in 1846, when, though deprived of their powers in matters of police and customs, they continued to exercise civil and fiscal powers. but when they were divested in 1849 ..... grant is one which would support an inference of implied grant. 22. an argument is also sought to be built on the description given of the cis-sutlej jagirdars as 'mediatized rulers' in the extract from j.m. douie's 'punjab land administration manual' already given, that their status is that of sovereigns. this expression was originally used with reference to ..... deemed it impolitic to proclaim to all india the misconduct of the cis-sutlej chiefs and negatived proposal. in a sense then the cis-sutlej jagirdars, great and small, are mediatized rulers, and little though they have as a body deserved at our hands, this fact should not be lost sight of in our dealings with them.' 21. the argument is .....

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Nov 19 1962 (SC)

Raja Muvva Gopalakrishna Yachendra and ors. Vs. Raja V.V. Sarvagna Kri ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-19-1962

Reported in : [1963]Supp2SCR280

..... of the estate but was fixed, according to document a-1, after considering several factors affecting the question as is apparent from the following statement in the document : 'the aforesaid mediator considered in full the status of all the claimants, the status and dignity of the estate and all the other matters deserving consideration and settled that the said rajha rajagopala .....

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Jan 09 1962 (SC)

Sardar Syedna Taher SaifuddIn Saheb Vs. the State of Bombay

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-09-1962

Reported in : AIR1962SC853; [1962]Supp(2)SCR496

..... to the basic essentialsof the faith and in particular those who repudiate him as the head of thedenomination and as a medium through which the community derives spiritualsatisfaction or efficiency mediately from the god-head. it might be that if theenactment had confined itself to dealing with excommunication as a punishmentfor secular offences merely and not as an instrument for the .....

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Feb 07 1962 (SC)

C. Vasantlal and Co. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax, Bombay City

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-07-1962

Reported in : [1962]45ITR206(SC)

..... commissioner held that the transaction in cotton which were entered in the books of accounts of the assessees were not genuine but the assessees had merely acted as brokers or 'mediators', joitram kedarnath and bhawanji lakhmichand having directly 'bought losses' from messrs. meghaji kapurchand and messrs. bhimaji motiji. he, therefore, directed that an amount of rs. 1,94,890 be excluded .....

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Apr 09 1962 (SC)

The Automobile Transport (Rajasthan) Ltd. Vs. the State of Rajasthan a ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-09-1962

Reported in : AIR1962SC1406; [1963]1SCR491

..... 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.' (p. 860) 12. the third view held by shah, j., was that the freedom contemplated was .....

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Aug 22 1962 (SC)

V. Narasimha Raju Vs. V. Gurumurthy Raju and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-22-1962

Reported in : AIR1963SC107; [1963]3SCR687

..... withdraw the criminal case as a consideration for the execution of the arbitration agreement. this argument cannot be accepted because mr. murty himself does not admit that he offered to mediate and parties thereupon accepted his advice. according to mr. murty he was not present when the agreement was written and he in fact does not know who dictated the contents .....

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Sep 14 1962 (SC)

Gurbaksh Singh Vs. Nikka Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-14-1962

Reported in : AIR1963SC1917; [1963]Supp1SCR55

subba rao, j.1. this appeal by special leave is filed against the judgment and decree of the high court of punjab, at chandigarh, in second appeal no. 493 of 1950 setting aside the order of the subordinate judge, amritsar, confirming that of the revenue officer, amritsar, decreeing the appellant's suit.2. the subject-matter of the appeal is land measuring 9 kanals and 2 marlas bearing khasra nos. 292 and 296 in mauza kot syed mahmud, in the district of amritsar; the previous corresponding khasra nos. of the land were 324 and 328. this land formed part of a larger area which originally belonged to a number of co-shares, including teja singh and jhandha singh. there was a partition among the said co-sharers and pursuant to that partition, on april 20, 1929 an application was filed before the revenue authorities for mutation of the names in accordance with the terms of the partition; and the petition was signed by all the co-sharers including teja singh and jhanda singh. it was stated in the petition, marked as ex. d-6 in the case, that in respect of the said khasra numbers one share should be entered in the name of teja singh and 7 shares in the name of jhandha singh. this fact is not admitted. but in the mutation that was effected on august 26, 1929 the entire extent of the said khasra numbers was shown against teja singh alone. the mutation number was 960. on august 10, 1934, jhandha singh, discovering the mistake committed in the revenue record, applied to the revenue .....

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