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Aug 14 1995 (SC)

Kailash Potlia Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-14-1995

Reported in : AIR1996SC66; 1995CriLJ4183; 1995(3)Crimes514(SC); JT1997(10)SC519; 1995(4)SCALE724; [1995]Supp2SCR689

..... the evidence act (ext. p-8) leading to recovery of gold ornaments of the deceased from the shop of the father of the appellant spoken to by pw 22, the mediator.3. we have carefully seen the evidence of pw 13 to whom the appellant is alleged to have made extra-judicial confession. he admitted that the appellant had for the .....

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Mar 08 1995 (SC)

M.K. Harshan Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-08-1995

Reported in : AIR1995SC2178; 1995CriLJ3978; 1996(1)KLT88(SC); (1996)11SCC720

..... the office as per the prearranged plan and p.w-1 went inside and a little later, gave the necessary signal which was relayed, 3,11 and the mediators entered into the office of the appellant and found him seated in his chair and came to know that the sum was in the drawer of his table. the sum .....

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Dec 14 1995 (SC)

Karanpura Development Company Ltd. Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-14-1995

Reported in : AIR1996SC2879; JT1995(9)SC565; 1996(1)SCALE74; (1996)7SCC393; [1995]Supp6SCR684

..... be equivalent to actual physical possession. a lessee in law is in possession through a sub-lessee though possession of the sub lessee is immediate and that of the lessee mediate. consequently it was held that the lessee is entitled to the compensation.2. how much compensation the lessee is entitled to have from lease hold interest held by the lessee .....

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Sep 26 1995 (SC)

Labhu Ram and ors. Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-26-1995

Reported in : 1996(1)ALD(Cri)731; 1996CriLJ399; 1995(4)Crimes139(SC); JT1995(7)SC98; 1995(5)SCALE568; 1995Supp(4)SCC17

..... said house in an attempt to take forcible possession. he has also submitted that it is also highly improbable that only because the deceased and some other persons intended to mediate in the matter and wanted to settle the dispute between the appellants and the said piara singh after looking to the said sale deed, the appellants would become so enraged .....

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Mar 21 1995 (SC)

M.O. ShamsudhIn Vs. State of Kerala

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-21-1995

Reported in : 1995(2)ALT(Cri)114; 1995(2)Crimes282(SC); JT1995(3)SC367; 1995(2)SCALE298; (1995)3SCC351; 1995(2)LC79(SC)

..... who put the same in his pant pocket. p.w. 2 also was there at that time. p.w. 1went out and gave signal. then all of them including the mediators 3 and 4 went to the office of a-1. p.w. 11 disclosed his identity and p.w. 1told him that a-2 had received the money .....

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Aug 11 1995 (SC)

State of Karnataka and Others Vs. Narasimhamurthy and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-11-1995

Reported in : AIR1996SC90; JT1995(6)SC375; 1995(4)SCALE852; (1995)5SCC524; [1995]Supp2SCR649

1. leave granted.2. by our order dated july 27, 1995 we had noted that the 1st respondent after becoming major was duly served and was not represented by any counsel nor did he appear in person. we adjourned the matter to enable the state to remove the defect of having discharged the second respondent-father from guardianship of the first respondent. to-day, we have passed an order discharging the second respondent as guardian of the first respondent.3. the notification under section 3(1) of the karnataka acquisition of land for grant of house sites act, 1972 (for short, 'the act') was published in the gazette on february 3, 1975. when measurement of the land was being taken, venktappa, the second respondent, appeared before the authorities concerned and represented that the first respondent, his minor son had purchased the property from its owner, viz., houlabi, wife of khaja sab. subsequently, he recommended to the government to issue final notification under section 3(4) of the act. the first respondent, through his father, challenged the notification in writ petition no. 12705/84. learned single judge and the division bench of the high court quashed the notification on the ground that the name of the first respondent was not mentioned in the notification as required by section 3(1) and that, therefore, the notification is vitiated by an error apparent on the face of record. thus, this appeal by special leave against the division bench order dated february 19, 1986 passed .....

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Feb 15 1995 (SC)

Mukhtiar Singh and anr. Vs. Kishan Kaur (Smt) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-15-1995

Reported in : (1996)7SCC299

s.c. agrawal,; b.l. hansaria and; sujata v. manohar, jj.1. this appeal arises out of a suit filed by the appellants for declaration of title and injunction and in the alternative for possession in respect of the lands belonging to one kishan singh who has died. the claim of the appellants is based on a will dated 14-3-1968 said to have been executed in their favour by kishan singh. the defendants in the suit were the natural heirs of kishan singh in whose favour mutation had been made in the revenue records. during the pendency of the suit one of the defendants, lal singh, died on 13-4-1974. the appellants moved applications for setting aside the abatement and for bringing on record the legal representatives of lal singh in the trial court on 10-10-1974. the said applications were disposed of by the sub-judge, zire by order dated 3-6-1976. the sub-judge found that the applications were filed after much delay but he held that there was no question of abatement of the proceedings in the case inasmuch as the suit could proceed as far as the other defendants were concerned.2. a revision was filed by the legal representatives of the deceased lal singh as well as by some other defendants in the high court. the said revision was allowed by the high court by the judgment under appeal. the high court has held that after the death of kishan singh mutation had been made jointly in the names of all the defendants as heirs of kishan singh and that the said mutation order could not be .....

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Nov 02 1995 (SC)

State of Gujarat Vs. Narges K. Panthaky

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-02-1995

Reported in : AIR1996SC739; (1996)3GLR517; 1995(6)SCALE602; (1996)1SCC298; [1995]Supp4SCR734

1. leave granted.2. the proceedings were initiated under the gujarat agricultural lands ceiling act, 1960 (for short, 'the act') to determine the ceiling area and the surplus area. the respondent claimed that under an agreement dated october 14, 1969, thirty acres of land had been transferred in favour of the respondent's mother which was duly recognised by mutation proceedings dated 15.9.1971. the question is whether it is to defeat the provisions of the act. sub-section (1) of section 8 of the act reads thus :8. transfers or partitions made after 15th january 1959 but before commencement of this act. (1) where after 15th day of january, 1959 but before the commencement of this act or after 24th day of january, 1971, but before the specified date, any person has transferred whether by sale, gift, mortgage, with possession, exchange lease, surrender or otherwise or partitioned any land held by him, then notwithstanding anything contained in any law for the time being in force such transfer or partition shall, unless it is proved to the contrary, be deemed to have been made in anticipation in order to defeat the object of this act. where such transfer or partition was made after 15th day of january 1959 but before the commencement of this act or in order to defeat the object of the amending act of 1972 where such transfer was made after 24th day of january, 1971 but before the specified date.3. a reading thereof would clearly indicate that notwithstanding anything contained in .....

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Apr 20 1995 (SC)

Asharfi Lal Vs. Smt. Koili (Dead) by L.Rs.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-20-1995

Reported in : AIR1995SC1440; JT1995(5)SC496; (1995)2MLJ102(SC); 1995(2)SCALE827; (1995)4SCC163; 1995(2)LC282(SC)

orders.c. agrawal, j.1. this appeal, by special leave, is directed against the judgment of the allahabad high court dated february 23, 1982 in writ petition no. 8876 of 1971.2. the facts, in brief, are as follows: one raja ram was a tenant of agricultural lands in village usrapur, tehsil sadar,district pratapgarh in the state of uttar pradesh. raja ram died leaving behind his wife smt. nanki and sister smt. koili, respondent no. 1. the appellant, asharfi lal, claims to be the son of raja ram through smt. nanki. after the death of raja ram, smt. nanki applied for mutation of the name of the appellant, who was a minor at that time, in the revenue records. the said mutation was allowed by the nyaya panchayat on august 16, 1953, as well as the tehsildar by order dated december 4, 1956. smt. nanki, the mother of the appellant, it was said, had remarried. on october 14,1958, smt. budhna, the mother of nanki, filed a suit, as a next friend of the appellant who was a minor, under section 229b, of the u. p. zamindari abolition and land reforms act, 1950 for a declaration that the appellant is the son and the only heir of raja ram, deceased, and for possession of the agricultural lands of raja ram. the said suit was contested by smt. koili who denied that the appellant is the son of raja ram. by judgment dated january 2, 1961, the judicial officer, sadar, pratapgarh, dismissed the said suit after finding that the plaintiff-appellant had failed to establish that he is the son of raja .....

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Feb 13 1995 (SC)

State of Maharashtra Vs. Pandurang K. Pangare and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-13-1995

Reported in : AIR1995SC1202; JT1995(2)SC334; 1995(1)SCALE679; 1995Supp(2)SCC119; [1995]2SCR49; 1995(2)LC16(SC)

orderr.m. sahai, j.1. these are two applications filed by maharashtra housing and area development authority (in brief 'mhada') - one for taking proceedings for contempt against the opposite parties and other for initiating proceedings for perjury against shri p.k. pangare (referred in brief as 'pangare'), the respondent in s.l.p. and opposite party no.1 in the contempt petition.2. before adverting to these applications it is necessary to mention in brief the background in which these applications came to be filed. on 12th january 1980 a notification was issued under section 41(3) of the maharashtra housing and area development act, 1976 (referred as 'the act') by the deputy secretary of the government, housing and special assistant department, government of maharashtra whereby it was notified that the lands mentioned in the schedule vested in the government of maharashtra. in pursuance of this notification name of mhada was mutated over survey no. 18. the acquisition was challenged by the owner, pangare by writ petition no. 3585 of 1981 on 12th november 1981. it was allowed on 8th november 1983 following the judgment rendered in writ petition no. 4192 of 1981 by which sub-sections (3) and (4) of section 44 of the act had been struck down as ultra vires. the state filed s.l.p. in this court against the decision in the main writ petition and other writ petitions including the one filed by pangare which was numbered as s.l.p. no. 3340 of 1984. notice was issued on it but no .....

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