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Mar 01 1966 (SC)

Maturi Pullaiah and anr. Vs. Maturi Narasimham and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-01-1966

Reported in : AIR1966SC1836

..... she got under the said arrangement to her daughter's son subbaramayya. subsequently disputes arose between achamma and subbaramayya, and, as a result, a settlement was effected between them by mediators, under which achamma got absolute title to a one-third share of the properties given by bengaramma to subbaramayya and subbaramayya took two-thirds share. after the death of bengaramma ..... singh had three sons. one of the sons died before the father leaving 2 sons. in 1884, after some quarrels, kalka bakhsh singh executed a document through the intervention of mediators providing how the properties were to be divided between the sons. the judicial committee held that it was a family arrangement arrived at by the ..... mediation or arbitration of two gentlemen, who were old friends of the family, and interested in maintaining its honour, and that it was plainly intended to be operative immediately, and to .....

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Sep 21 1966 (SC)

State of Assam Vs. Ranga Mahammad and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-21-1966

Reported in : AIR1967SC903; (1968)ILLJ282SC; [1967]1SCR454

hidayatullah, j. 1. these are two appeals by certificate against a common judgment of the high court of assam & nagaland at gauhati, dismissing two writ petitions filed by one ranga mahammad against d.n. deka and b.n. sarma, district & sessions judges respectively of lower and upper assam districts questioning the transfer of the former from jorhat to gauhati and the appointment and posting of the latter at jorhat. the petitioner had asked that the relevant notifications by the government be quashed on the ground that the high court alone could make the transfers and, in any event, the high court had to be consulted and was not consulted before making the orders. the petitions were heard and disposed of by a divisional bench consisting of chief justice mehrotra and mr. justice s.k. dutta. 2. the chief justice held that there was no consultation with regard to the posting of deka, that the transfer of deka to gauhati was irregular as the high court alone could have ordered it, and that the transfer of b.n. sarma was for a like reason also irregular. holding, however, that none of the district judges could be said to occupy wrongly the office of district & sessions judge the high court declined the writ of quo warranto. the petitions were accordingly dismissed but without cost to the state government. in a separate but concurring judgment dutta j. passed some scathing remarks on the action of the government which he described as mala fide and actuated by some ulterior motive. .....

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May 23 1966 (FN)

Railway Clerks Vs. Florida E. C. R. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-23-1966

..... make rather sweeping departures in numerous respects from the existing collective bargaining agreements. negotiations between fec and the unions broke down. the unions then invoked the mediation services of the national mediation board relative to the proposed changes, but the carrier refused. page 384 u. s. 242 the unions thereafter agreed to submit the underlying dispute ..... reached. the act makes no provision for compulsory arbitration. section 5 first [ footnote 3 ] does, however, provide for voluntary arbitration at the suggestion of the national mediation board. the suggestion was made, but both the unions and fec refused. further negotiations were unsuccessful, and, on january 23, 1963, the nonoperating unions struck. when that ..... of supervisory personnel and replacements, with whom it made individual employment agreements which were substantially different from the existing collective bargaining agreements. fec refused union-proposed mediation by the national mediation board. then, although both sides had rejected arbitration prior to the strike, the unions changed their position and urged arbitration; again, fec refused. the ..... and job abolitions made on behalf of nonoperating railroad employees of virtually all class i railroads, including the florida east coast railway company (fec), negotiations and mediation occurred under the railway labor act. section 2 seventh provides in part that no carrier shall change employee pay rates, rules, or working conditions as embodied in .....

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Dec 05 1966 (FN)

Transportation Union Vs. Union Pacific R. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Dec-05-1966

..... of the telegraphers' contract, under the pitney case. [ footnote 2/12 ] under the railway labor act, such contractual renegotiation would be a "major" dispute, subject to the jurisdiction of the mediation board, not the adjustment board. see n. 7, supra. see also order of railroad telegraphers v. chicago & n.w. r. co., 362 u. s. 330 (1960), where the court upheld ..... . 722 -728 (1945), adhered to on rehearing, 327 u. s. 661 (1946). to the extent that resolution of such disputes is subjected to a legal structure, it is the national mediation board, not the railroad adjustment board, which is the responsible federal agency under the railway labor act. [ footnote 2/8 ] the board, with its peculiar bipartisan, private composition, 3 first ..... , 1966, 80 stat. 208). the court adverts to 2 of the act, which sets forth the purposes of the railway labor act (including, of course, provisions relating to the national mediation board and provisions creating general duties and rights of carriers and employees -- none of which defines the powers of the adjustment board). section 2 sets forth a number of purposes .....

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Sep 23 1966 (SC)

M.L. Sethi Vs. R.P. Kapur and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-23-1966

Reported in : AIR1967SC528; 1967CriLJ528; [1967]1SCR520

bhargava, j.1. this appeal filed under certificate granted by the high court at allahabad is directed against on order passed by that court dismissing a revision application by which the appellant, m. l. sethi, desired the vacation of an order passed by the sessions judge of saharanpur upholding two orders of the additional district magistrate (judicial), saharanpur, dated 6th august, 1963 and 5th october, 1963. by these orders, the magistrate dismissed two applications presented by the appellant for dismissing a complaint pending before him for commission of offences under sections 211, 204 and 385 of the indian penal code. a further prayer was made for an order by this court quashing the proceedings pending in the court of that magistrate. 2. the facts necessary for deciding this appeal may be stated briefly. on december 10, 1958, the appellant lodged a report with the inspector-general of police, chandigarh against r. p. kapur (hereinafter referred to as 'the respondent') and his mother-in-law charging them with commission of offences punishable under sections 420, 109, 114 and 120-b, i.p.c. it does not appear to be necessary to give the details of the allegations made in that report. the charge in that first information report was based on the allegation that the respondent and his mother-in-law, by conspiring together, cheated the appellant and his wife of a sum of rs. 20,000/- by persuading the appellant to take a sale-deed of some land on certain false representations .....

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Mar 07 1966 (FN)

South Carolina Vs. Katzenbach

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-07-1966

..... administrative determinations in numerous cases involving the statutory rights of private parties. for example, see united states v. california eastern line, 348 u. s. 351 ; switchmen's union v. national mediation bd., 320 u. s. 297 . in this instance, the findings not subject to review consist of objective statistical determinations by the census bureau and a routine analysis of state statutes .....

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Jan 31 1966 (FN)

Engineers Vs. Chicago, R.i. and Pac. R. Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-31-1966

..... award upon . . . the interests of the carrier and employees affected"; and (3) "[d]ue consideration to the narrowing of the areas of disagreement which has been accomplished in bargaining and mediation." today, the court concludes that congress sought only to shear off the visible portion of the iceberg, leaving the continued existence of state "full crew" laws as a bar to .....

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Jan 21 1966 (SC)

Kehar Singh and ors. Vs. Dewan Singh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-21-1966

Reported in : AIR1966SC1555; [1966]3SCR393

bachawat, j. 1. the parties are aulakh jats of tehsil ajnala in amritsar district, and are governed by customary law in matters of succession and adoption. the dispute concerns succession to the property of one santa singh alias din mohammad. santa singh has not been heard of for a long time and is presumed to be dead. the revenue authorities sanctioned mutation of the lands left by him in favour of the defendants, who are his collaterals of the 8th degree. one megh singh was the collateral of santa singh in the 5th degree. megh singh died more than 50 years ago. before his death, he adopted his daughter's son, one kala singh. kala singh has died leaving his sons, dewan singh and gian singh as his heirs. dewan singh and gian singh instituted a suit in the court of the subordinate judge, first class, ajnala praying for a decree for possession of the lands left by santa singh and alleging that megh singh adopted kala singh as his son, took him out of his natural family, transplanted him completely in the family of megh singh and bestowed on him the rights of a natural son, according to the custom by which the parties were governed, kala singh was entitled to succeed as a reversionary heir in the family of his adoptive father and was the preferential heir of santa singh. the contesting defendants alleged that the adoption of kala singh amounted to the appointment of an heir only and they denied that according to custom kala singh was the revisionary heir of santa singh or .....

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Oct 03 1966 (SC)

State of Assam and ors. Vs. Shri Kanak Chandra Dutta

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-03-1966

Reported in : AIR1967SC884; [1967(14)FLR299]; (1968)ILLJ288SC; [1967]1SCR679

bachawat, j. 1. this appeal raises the question whether a mauzadar in the assam valley holds a civil post under the state of assam, and is entitled to the protection of art. 311(2) of the constitution. on march 4, 1939, respondent, kanak chandra dutta, was appointed mauzadar of mancotta mouza in the dibrugarh sub-division of lakhimpur district. his father also before his death was the mauzadar of mancotta mouza for about 52 years from 1885 to 1938. under the orders of the deputy commissioner, lakhimpur, the respondent was suspended on august 22, 1949 and was dismissed from the office of the mauzadar on july 4, 1962. it is common case that this dismissal from office was made without complying with the provisions of art. 311(2) of the constitution. on a writ petition filed by the respondent, the assam high court quashed the order of dismissal. the high court held that the respondent held a civil post under the state of assam, and was entitled to the protection of art. 311(2) of the constitution. the correctness of this finding is challenged by the state of assam in this appeal by special leave. 2. under the mauzadari system of collecting revenue prevailing in the assam valley, the revenue charge of a mouza and the responsibility for the whole revenue of it in the first instance rest with the mauzadar. the mauzadar is spoken of as a 'revenue contractor', see baden-powell's land systems of british india, vol. 3, p. 459. a brief description of the mauzadari system is given at pp. .....

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Mar 28 1966 (FN)

United States Vs. Guest

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Mar-28-1966

..... constitutional questions deliberately not reached in part ii seems to me, to say the very least, extraordinary. [ footnote 2/2 ] for a discussion of the deportations, see the president's mediation comm'n, report on the bisbee deportations (november 6, 1917). [ footnote 2/3 ] the court's reliance on united states v. moore, 129 f. 630, is misplaced. that case held .....

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