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Apr 25 2000 (SC)

State of Karnataka Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-25-2000

Reported in : AIR2001SC1560; JT2000(6)SC1; 1999(4)SCALE332; (2000)9SCC572

..... became apparent that the dependant no. 1 state of karnataka was not at all inclined to resolve the problem by any amicable discussion nor did it desire any effort for mediation being undertaken by anyone whatsoever, the plaintiff had no other alternative but to approach this court under article 131 of the constitution for declarations and injunctions against the defendants for .....

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May 05 2000 (SC)

Haresh Dayaram Thakur Vs. State of Maharashtra and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-05-2000

Reported in : AIR2000SC2281; JT2000(6)SC349; 2000(4)SCALE451; (2000)6SCC179

..... ) it is not incompatible with an arbitration agreement for an arbitral tribunal to encourage settlement of the dispute and, with the agreement of the parties, the arbitral tribunal may use mediation, conciliation or other procedure at any time during the arbitral proceedings to encourage settlement.(2) if, during arbitral proceedings, the parties settle the dispute, the arbitral tribunal shall terminate the .....

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Jul 19 2000 (SC)

Union of India (Uoi) and ors. Vs. Nirlon Synthetic Fibres and Chemical ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-19-2000

Reported in : 2000(79)ECC235; 2001(134)ELT8(SC); JT2000(10)SC422; (2001)10SCC590

..... devoid of merits.2. it appears that the demand of excise duty was raised against the respondent who were manufacturing nylon yarn. the demand raised was in respect of inter mediate product. the said demand was challenged by the respondent filling a writ petition in the bombay high court on 28th of may, 1980. the case of the respondent was that .....

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Aug 28 2000 (SC)

Shyamdeo Pd. Singh Vs. Nawal Kishore Yadav

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Aug-28-2000

Reported in : AIR2000SC3000; 2000(3)BLJR2012; JT2000(9)SC486; 2000(6)SCALE135; [2000]Supp2SCR668; 2001(1)LC78(SC)

..... , appropriate action was not taken at the appropriate time, the provisions of the election law which have got to be construed strictly, must work with indifference to consequences, immediate or mediate.[emphasis supplied]18. the court in nripendra bahadur's case also noticed the provisions of sub-section (3) of section 23 of the 1950 act which is applicable to electoral .....

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Jul 10 2000 (SC)

Piara Singh Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-10-2000

Reported in : AIR2000SC2352; JT2000(7)SC516; (2000)126PLR843; 2000(5)SCALE133; (2000)5SCC765; [2000]Supp1SCR464; 2000(2)LC1187(SC)

m.b. shah, j.1. this appeal is filed against the judgment and order dated 21st august, 1989 passed by the high court of punjab and haryana in c.w.p. no. 4692 of 1989 whereby the high court dismissed the same summarily by upholding the order dated 6-9-1988 passed by the financial commissioner revenue (respondent no. 1), who rejected the misc. reh. no. 42 of 1987-88 filed by the appellant under section 33 of the displaced persons (compensation and rehabilitation)2. the dispute in the present appeal pertains to land admeasuring 2 kanals 12 marias out of khasra no. 28/23, 24/2 which admeasures 5 kanals 12 marias situated in village khokhar, tehsil dasuya, district hoshiarpur, punjab, it has been contended that the said land was low-lying land and was classified as 'gair mumkin toba' i.e. pond or tank land, which was not cultivated for more than 10 years. that land was evacuee property within the meaning of section 2(c) of the act. it is the contention of respondent no. 2 that on 8-12-1959 the tehsildar (sales) put up for auction a parcel of land stated to be brick kiln property no. 25, total admeasuring 13 kanals 10 marias, which was 'gair mumkin bhatta'. according to the appellant, what was auctioned was gair mumkin bhatta land and not the land in dispute which was known as gair mumkin toba. in the said auction, land was purchased by respondent no. 2. on 21st march, 1964 a sale certificate was issued by the h.o. (sales), jalandhar of the rehabilitation department, government of .....

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Apr 04 2000 (SC)

Sudarshan Nath and ors. Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-04-2000

Reported in : JT2000(4)SC148; (2000)126PLR542; 2000(3)SCALE57; (2000)4SCC34; [2000]2SCR927

doraiswamy raju, j.1. the appellants, who are the legal representatives of the original landholder raghubinder nath and were unsuccessful before the high court, have come up before this court against the order dated 20.8.91 of the division bench of the punjab and haryana high court in civil writ petition no. 3062 of 1991, declining to interfere with the order dated 1.8.90 passed by the financial commissioner (appeals). late raghubinder nath, who was said to be a big landowner, was governed by the provisions of the punjab security of land tenures act, 1953 (hereinafter referred to as 'the land tenures act'). by a proceeding dated 30.6.60 in exercise of the powers of the collector under sections 3 and 4 of the land tenures act, the ceiling area of the said landowner came to be determined and an extent of 3 standard acres and 9 1/4 units were declared as surplus. on 31.3.76, the collector agrarian, gurdaspur, after completion of the consolidation proceedings in the area, passed an order declaring that there is no area left surplus and ordered the case to be filed. while matter stood thus, the predecessor-in-interest of respondents 2 and 3, late jagat ram, to whom 20 kanals and 13 marlas were said to have been given on lease even prior to 1953, filed a suit for declaration that he, being a tenant, is eligible for the allotment of the surplus area measuring about 56 kanals and 4 marlas with a consequential direction to the collector, gurdaspur, to allot the surplus land to him. no .....

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Mar 29 2000 (SC)

Shiromani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee Vs. Som Nath Dass and ors. Et ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-29-2000

Reported in : (2000)160CTR(SC)61

a. p. misra, j.the question raised in this appeal is of far-reaching consequences and is, of great significance to one of the major religious followers of this country. the question is whether 'the guru granth sahib' could be treated as a juristic person or not? if it is, then it can hold and use the gifted properties given to it, by its followers out of their love in charity. this is by creation of an endowment like others for public good, for enhancing the religious fervour, including feeding the poor, etc. sikhism grew because of the vibrating divinity of guru nanakji and the 10 succeeding gurus, and the wealth of all their teachings is contained in 'guru granth sahib'. the last of the living guru was guru gobind singhji who recorded the sanctity of 'guru granth sahib' and gave it the recognition of a living guru. thereafter, it remained not only a sacred book but is reckoned as a living guru. the deep faith of every earnest follower, when his pure conscience meets the divine under-current emanating from their guru, produces a feeling of sacrifice and surrender and impels him to part with or gift out his wealth to any charity may be for gurudwaras, dharamshalas, etc. such parting spiritualises such follower for his spiritual upliftment, peace, tranquility and enlightens him with resultant love and universalism. such donors in the past, raised number of gurudwaras. they gave their wealth in trust for its management to the trustees to subserve their desire. they expected .....

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Mar 29 2000 (SC)

Shriomani Gurudwara Prabandhak Committee, Amritsar Vs. Shri Som Nath D ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-29-2000

Reported in : AIR2000SC1421; JT2000(4)SC30; (2000)125PLR826; 2000(2)SCALE663; (2000)4SCC146; [2000]2SCR705; 2000(2)LC978(SC)

a.p. misra, j.1. the question raised in this appeal is of far reaching consequences and is of great significance to one of the major religious followers of this country. the question is whether 'the guru granth sahib' could be treated as a juristic person or not? if it is, then it can hold and use the gifted properties given to it by its followers out of their love, in charity. this is by creation of an endowment like others for public goods, for enhancing the religious fervour, including teeing the poor etc.. sikhism grew because of the vibrating divinity of guru nanakji and the 10 succeeding gurus, and the wealth of all their teachings is contained in 'guru granth sahib.' the last of the living guru was guru gobind singhji who recorded the sanctity of 'guru granth sahib' and gave it the recognition of a living guru. thereafter, it remained not only a sacred book but is reckoned as a living guru. the deep faith of every earnest follower, when his pure conscience meets the divine under-current emanating from their guru, produces a feeling of sacrifice and surrender and impels him to part with or gift out his wealth to any charity may be for gurdwaras, dharamshalas etc... such parting spiritualizes such follower for his spiritual upliftment, peace, tranquility and enlightens him with resultant love and universalism. such donors in the past, raised number of gurdwaras. they gave their wealth in trust for its management to the trustees to subserve their desire. they expected .....

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Sep 13 2000 (SC)

Shabbir (D) by Lrs. and ors. Vs. Abdul Sattar and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-13-2000

Reported in : AIR2000SC3041; JT2000(10)SC515; 2000(6)SCALE388; (2000)7SCC323; 2000(2)LC1380(SC)

orders.n. variava,j.1. this appeal is against an order dated 21st december 1981 passed in writ petition no. 10508 of 1980 by the high court of allahabad. 2. briefly stated the facts are as follows: smt. munni and smt. nanni were joint owners of the land in question. on the death of smt. munni, after some dispute, her share devolved on nathua. nathua had three sons, namely, shabbir, kalua and abdul gafur. in respect of the land in question consolidation proceedings, under the u.p. consolidation of holdings act, 1953, were in progress. 3. smt. nanni had no issues, she had, however, appointed four mukhtarams (power of attorney holders). on 20th january, 1961 these four mukhtarams executed a sale deed of her share in favour of abdul gaful, abdul aziz, abdul majid and abdul sattar (hereinafter referred to as the purchasers). on 13th july, 1961 post facto permission was granted for such sale. on the basis of this sale deed the a.c.d. passed an order dated 28th august, 1961 directing mutation to be made in the name of the purchasers. 4. when smt. nanni learned about the sale deed and the mutation of her share in the name of the purchasers, she filed objections under section 5 of the u.p. consolidation of holdings act, 1953. on 21st june, 1963 her objections were rejected by the a.c.o. however, the revision filed by her was allowed by s.o.c. on 29th july, 1963. the s.o.c. directed deletion of the change in mutation, inter alia, on the ground that the sale deed was invalid as no prior .....

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Oct 30 2000 (SC)

Chattar Pal Vs. Mandir Thakurji and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-30-2000

order1. leave granted.2. this appeal is directed against the final order passed by the revenue authorities in a mutation proceeding which order stood affirmed by the high court in dismissing the writ petition filed by the present appellant.3. the assistant collector, who was the original authority, granted mutation of the land in favour of the respondent by his order dated 26-7-1994 on the basis of a finding of the civil court as to the illegality of the lease which suit itself had been dismissed. against the said order the present appellant preferred an appeal and the appeal having been dismissed, he moved the revisional authority. the revisional authority also dismissed the revision and as such he assailed the order unsuccessfully before the high court in a writ petition.4. the sole question for consideration before us is whether the assistant collector was justified in ordering mutation in favour of the respondent without applying his independent mind to the materials on record relying upon certain findings of the civil court when the suit itself had already stood dismissed. the mutating authority is required to find out who was in lawful possession of the property on the date of his considering the application and that being the position and the said mutating authority not having applied his mind to the materials on record, the impugned order of the assistant collector dated 26-7-1994 cannot be sustained. we accordingly set aside the said order of the assistant collector .....

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