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Dec 09 1997 (SC)

P. Virudhachalam and ors. Vs. Management of Lotus Mills and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-09-1997

Reported in : AIR1998SC554; JT1997(9)SC734; (1998)ILLJ389SC; (1998)IIMLJ54(SC); 1997(7)SCALE520; (1998)1SCC650; [1997]Supp6SCR263; 1998(1)LC202(SC); (1998)1UPLBEC68

..... investigation and settlement of industrial disputes and for certain other purposes mentioned in the act. under the act, the principal techniques of settlement of disputes are - (1) collective bargaining, (2) mediation and conciliation, (3) investigation, (4) arbitration, and (5) adjudication. the scheme of the act shows that adjudication is to be resorted to as the last alternative. before any matter is .....

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Aug 07 1997 (SC)

B. Subba Rao and Others Vs. Public Prosecutor, High Court of Andhra Pr ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-07-1997

Reported in : AIR1997SC3427; 1997(2)ALD(Cri)408; 1997CriLJ4072; 1997(3)Crimes138(SC); JT1997(7)SC329; 1997(5)SCALE407; (1997)11SCC478; [1997]Supp3SCR370

..... (pw 11) left for kanigiri at 9 a.m. he visited the scene of offence, prepared observation report (ex. p-2) in the presence of kesavarao (pw 6) and other mediators, prepared a rough sketch of the scene of offence (ex. p-15) and seized some articles (mos 4 to 10) under a seizure list (ex. p-2). pw 11 also .....

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Aug 21 1997 (SC)

Mahesh Mahto Vs. State of Bihar

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-21-1997

Reported in : AIR1997SC3567; 1997(2)ALD(Cri)578; 1998(1)BLJR79; 1997CriLJ4402; 1997(3)Crimes237(SC); JT1997(7)SC464; 1997(5)SCALE548

..... -1, a-2 and a-3 were not fully satisfied and were causing harassment to meera devi. the brother of meera devi sought to patch up the differences through a mediator even then things could not be sorted out and harassment continued. it is further alleged by the prosecution that on 12.9.1984 ram vinod prasad went to ramdeo mahto .....

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Feb 03 1997 (SC)

Jaywantraj Punamiya and ors. Vs. H. Choksi and Co. Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-03-1997

Reported in : JT1997(2)SC518; (1997)2MLJ106(SC); (1997)10SCC193; [1997]1SCR862

..... nandanvan co-operative industrial estate ltd. at thane.' the high court recorded the finding that it being a compromise contingent upon the parties appointing shri mohanlal s. mehta as a mediator, it cannot be recorded under order xxiii, rule 3, cpc. shri sitaramaih, learned senior counsel for the appellants, contends that once parties have agreed to refer the matter to a .....

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Jul 07 1997 (SC)

Balwant Singh and Another Etc. Vs. Daulat Singh (Dead) by L.Rs. and Ot ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-07-1997

Reported in : AIR1997SC2719; 1997(4)ALT17(SC); JT1997(5)SC703; 1997(4)SCALE388; (1997)7SCC137; 1997(2)LC96(SC)

orderk.venkataswami, j.1. both these appeals are preferred against the judgment and decree of the punjab and haryana high court in r.s.a. no. 25 of 1976 dated 29.11.1983.2. the facts are given below.3. the defendants in suit no. 158 of 1973 on the file of the court of sub-judge, first class, gurdaspur, are the appellants in these two appeals. the plaintiffs-contesting respondents herein preferred the said suit under the following circumstances.4. one khushal singh was the owner of an extent of land measuring 270 kanals 9 marlas in village gandhian, tehsil & district gurdaspur. the above-said land after consolidation was found measuring only 264 kanals and 7 marlas. the suit property is the said extent of 264 kanals and 7 marlas. the original owner, khushal singh, died issueless on 5.9.1950. subsequently, the suit lands were mutated in the name of one durga devi widow of deceased khushal singh on 19.7.1952. the said durga devi purporting to fulfil her husband's desire of taking in adoption one balwant singh and kartar singh (both minors) expressed her desire to mutate the lands in favour of the said minors balwant singh and kartar singh. accordingly, the mutation was effected on 19.1.1954 under mutation no. 1311.5. one of the reversioners of khushal singh, chet singh filed a suit bearing no. 194 of 1955 in the court of senior sub-judge, gurdaspur praying for a declaration that the mutation of 'gift-deed' dated 19.7.1954 would not affect the reversionary rights of the plaintiff .....

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Jul 09 1997 (SC)

West Bengal Housing Board Vs. Brijendra Prasad Gupta and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-09-1997

Reported in : AIR1997SC2745; [1997]Supp2SCR22; 1997(2)LC378(SC)

orderd.p. wadhwa, j.1. special leave granted.2. these appeals are directed against the judgment dated 27/29 march, 1996 of the division bench of the calcutta high court setting aside the requisition and subsequent acquisition of the certain piece of land under the provisions of the west bengal land (requisition and acquisition) act, 1948 (for short 'the act') as amended from time to time. the impugned judgment proceeded on the basis (1) that there was no proper service of notice as required under section 3 of the act and that (2) there was no public purpose in requisitioning the land.3. subject matter of the land comprise in plot nos. 444, 445 and 446 under khatian nos. 343, 256 and 135 respectively in all measuring 1.82 acres in mouza monoharour within the limits of rajarhat police station, rajarhat municipality in the district of 24 parganas (north), west bengal. 'this land belonged to one chandra kala parasrampuria and ranjana kaushal and was recorded in their names in the revenue record of rights. respondents 1 and 6 to 18 (for short the writ petitioners) purchased this land in the year 1988 and on or about february 15, 1990 they applied for mutation of the land in their names. even after purchase of the land they had paid rent of the land in the name of chandra kala parasrampuria and others, the original owners and were granted receipts in the names of the original owners. it is stated that it was on september 7, 1995 that a certificate of mutation had been issued by the .....

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Jul 09 1997 (SC)

W.B. Housing Board and ors. Vs. Brijendra Prasad Gupta and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-09-1997

Reported in : JT1997(6)SC169; 1997(4)SCALE590; (1997)6SCC207

d.p. wadhwa, j.1. special leave granted.2. these appeals are directed against the judgment dated 27/29 march, 1996 of the division bench of the calcutta high court setting aside the requisition and subsequent acquisition of the certain piece of land under the provisions of the west bengal land (requisition and acquisition) act, 1948 (for short 'the act') as amended from time to time. the impugned judgment proceeded on the basis (1) that there was no proper service of notice as required under section 3 of the act and that (2) there was no public purpose in requisitioning the land.3. subject matter of the land comprise in plot nos.444, 445 and 446 under khatian nos.343,256 and 135 respectively in all measuring 1.82 acres in mouza mandalganthi within the limits of rajarhat police station, rajarhat municipality in the district of 24 parganas (north), west bengal. this land belonged to one chandra kala parasrampuria and ranjana kaushal and was recorded in their names in the revenue record of rights. respondents 1 and 6 to 18 (for short 'the writ petitioners') purchased this land in the year 1988 and on or about february 15, 1990 they applied for mutation of the land in their names. even after purchase of the land they had paid rent of the land in the name of chandra kala parasrampuria and others, the original owners and were granted receipts in the names of the original owners. it is stated that it was on september 7, 1995 that a certificate of mutation had been issued by the .....

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Oct 21 1997 (SC)

Banarsi Dass Vs. Brig. Maharaja Sukhjit Singh and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-21-1997

Reported in : AIR1997SC4142; 1998(4)ALT1(SC); JT1997(8)SC556; (1998)118PLR724; 1997(6)SCALE456; (1998)2SCC81; [1997]Supp4SCR580

d.p. wadhwa, j.1. the plaintiff has come in appeal. he is aggrieved by the judgment dated 20-5-1992 of the punjab and haryana high court passed in regular second appeal whereby his suit for injunction both perpetual and mandatory was dismissed. the trial court had also dismissed the suit though he succeeded in the first appeal.2. the plaintiff instituted his suit on 3-5-1986. the sole defendant was brig. maharaja sukhjit singh. the plaintiff sought a decree for permanent injunction restraining him from interfering in the land measuring 32 kls 12 mis situated in the revenue estate of jalandhar of which the plaintiff claimed to be in cultivating possession. during the pendency of the suit the plaintiff impleaded balbir singh chandi as defendant 2 and amended plaint was filed on 14-6-1986. now, the plaintiff said that the first defendant through his attorney pritpal singh allowed the second defendant to take forcible and illegal possession of land measuring 1 kanal 12 mis out of the suit land and that the second defendant started raising construction thereon. the plaintiff, therefore, also sought a relief for mandatory injunction directing the defendants (now respondents) to demolish the construction, remove the rubble and vacate the illegal and forcible possession of the land of which he was dispossessed. claim of the plaintiff was that he was in peaceful cultivating possession of the land and that he got possession of the land through his father relu ram who in turn got from .....

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Apr 23 1997 (SC)

Deonarayan Singh and Others Vs. Commissioner of Bhagalpur and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-23-1997

Reported in : AIR1997SC3680; 1997(2)BLJR1352; JT1997(4)SC662; 1997(3)SCALE656; (1997)10SCC51; [1997]3SCR941

orders.b. majmudar, j.1. this appeal on special leave is directed against the decision rendered by a full bench of the patna high court dismissing the writ petition filed by the appellants.2. in order to appreciate the grievance of the appellants it will be necessary to note a few relevant facts leading to these proceedings. a jamabandi no. 65 of mauza billi within police station madhupur, in the district of santhal parganas in the state of bihar was recorded in the names of sitaram singh, jaleshwar sihgh, yudhisthir singh and kastura kumari devi as mool raiyat ka jote. they amongst themselves had 8 annas interest in the said jote. as occupants of lands, they were called raiyats with their headman as mool raiyat. mool raiyat ka jote was land tenure in santhal parganas. it was attached to the mool raiyat who as a village headman was responsible for the collection of land revenue in times of british rule. the proprietor landlord was called 'ghatwal'. requisite rent of the land was to be handed over by the mool raiyat to the ghatwal. mool raiyat had two types of land tenures. mool raiyat ka jote was alienable and personal. mool raiyat jote was inalienable and was attached to his office. it was called official jote. it is not in dispute between the parties that official jote admeasured 1 acre 81 decimals while mool raiyat ka jote which was nij jote admeasured 71 acres 71 decimals. on the death of sitaram singh his eldest son sarju singh alias bhatu singh was appointed mool raiyat .....

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Feb 06 1997 (SC)

State of Punjab and Others Vs. Ram Rakha and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-06-1997

Reported in : AIR1997SC2151; JT1997(2)SC577; 1997(2)SCALE180; (1997)10SCC172

1. application for substitution and appointment of legal guardian is ordered.2. this appeal by special leave arises from the judgment of the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh, made on may 7, 1980 in rsa no. 802/80 confirming the judgment of the district court dated november 7, 1979.3. the admitted position is that one gobind mai, father of the respondents, had possessory mortgage from the holders of the suit land in the year 1887-88. when the land was declared as an evacuee property under the evacuee interest (separation) act, 1951, the union of india claimed the land belonged to them. the respondents filed a civil suit for a declaration that after the expiry of the period of 60 years from the date of the mortgage, they have become absolute owners as the mortgage became irredeemable and as a consequence they are the owner of the property. though the trial court has dismissed the suit, on appeal, it was reversed and decree was granted. the high court in the second appeal confirmed it by dismissing in limine. thus, this appeal by special leave.4. from the evidence on record, it is seen that mutation entries have been effected to show that the respondents were in possession of the property as mortgagees through the tenants. that evidence was corroborated by dw-2, kanugo and the mutation order dw-2/1. the district court also relied upon jamabandi for the year 1887-88. under those circumstances, the mutation in regard to year 1896-97 is only referable to the earlier .....

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