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May 15 2012 (HC)

Uco Bank. Vs. Kamlesh Gandotra and ors

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : May-15-2012

..... the expiry of the original period of lease and second, fixation of terms and conditions for the renewed period of lease by mutual consent and in absence thereof through the mediation of local mukhia or panchas of the village. the aforesaid renewal clauses (7) and (9) in the agreement of lease clearly fell within the expression agreement to the contrary used ..... renewal as provided in the original contract was 15 required to be obtained by following a specified procedure i.e. on mutually agreed terms or in the alternative through the mediation of mukhias and panchas. in the instant case, there is a renewal clause in the contract prescribing a particular period and mode of renewal which was an agreement to the .....

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May 15 2012 (HC)

Uco Bank Vs. Kamlesh Gandotra and Others

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : May-15-2012

..... the expiry of the original period of lease and second, fixation of terms and conditions for the renewed period of lease by mutual consent and in absence thereof through the mediation of local mukhia or panchas of the village. the aforesaid renewal clauses (7) and (9) in the agreement of lease clearly fell within the expression agreement to the contrary used ..... . the renewal as provided in the original contract was required to be obtained by following a specified procedure i.e. on mutually agreed terms or in the alternative through the mediation of mukhias and panchas. in the instant case, there is a renewal clause in the contract prescribing a particular period and mode of renewal which was an agreement to the .....

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Nov 16 2012 (HC)

Sheela Devi Vs. Romesh Chand

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Nov-16-2012

..... directions have continued since then. on 16.03.2012 the parties were called in person to appear before the mediation centre on 28.03.2012 at 10:30 am. the mediation centre was to file the report by 30.03.2012. eventually, the mediation did not succeed and the matter has been sent back to the court.5. it has come on record .....

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Dec 21 2012 (HC)

Dr. T. K. Sapru Vs. Shiban Krishan Bhat and anr

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Dec-21-2012

..... of settlement the respondent makes a statement before the court of competent jurisdiction at jammu and withdraws the same. a photocopy of the final settlement entered at allahabad, high court mediation and conciliation centre has been taken on record as mark a .2. in view of the above, complaint no. 320/m pending before munsiff, magam kashmir is ordered to be .....

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Jul 18 2012 (HC)

S. Hazara Singh Vs. Ajit Singh and Another

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Jul-18-2012

high court of jammu and kashmir at jammu. c2a no. 14 of 201.s. hazara singh petitioners ajit singh and another respondent !mr. nirmal kotwal, advocate for the appellant ^mr. rajnesh oswal, advocate for the respondent no.2 hon ble mr. justice mohammad yaqoob mir-judge date:18. 07.2012 : :1. vide sale deed executed on 06.04.2002 and registered on 09.04.2002, land measuring 01 kanal and 16 marlas covered by khasra no.178-b min, khata no.474, khewat no.125 situated at village kour, tehsil r.s.pura, jammu has been sold by respondent no.1 to respondent no.2. the mutation based on said sale deed has been attested in the year 2010 by the concerned revenue officer.2. the petitioner claimed to have superior right of purchase but notice as was required to be served upon him in terms of section 18 of the jammu and kashmir right of prior purchase act, 1993, has not been issued at all.3. it is only on 05.03.2010, when according to him, respondent no.2 (vendee) tried to enter upon the land in question, he gained knowledge about the execution of the sale deed and attestation of the mutation, therefore, has filed suit for enforcement of his right of prior purchase in the year 2010, i.e. after more than eight years from the date of execution of sale deed.4. the respondents have resisted the suit and in the written statement projected various grounds which include limitation, as such, have claimed that the suit is time barred.5. on the basis of the respective pleadings of the parties, various .....

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Aug 22 2012 (HC)

Smt. Sukh Dai and ors. Vs. Mst. Vidya Devi and ors

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Aug-22-2012

high court of jammu and kashmir at jammu. c 2nd appeal no. 01 of 200.smt. sukh dai & ors. petitioners mst. vidya devi & ors respondent !mr. l. k. sharma ^mr. rakesh sharma hon ble mr. justice mohammad yaqoob mir date:22. 08.2012 : :1) appellants(defendants) dissatisfied with the appellate judgment and decree have filed the instant civil 2nd appeal. it is trite that in view of the mandate contained in section 100 cpc, civil 2nd appeal can be maintained only when substantial question of law emerge for determination, not otherwise. the hon ble apex court in the judgment captioned veerayee ammal vs. seeni ammal ({2002} 1 scc134) has held: section 100 of the code of civil procedure (hereinafter referred to as the code ) was amended by amending act 104 of 1976 making it obligatory upon the high court to entertain the second appeal only if it was satisfied that the case involved substantial question of law. such question of law has to be precisely stated in the memorandum of appeal and formulated by the high court in its judgment, for decision. the appeal can be heard only on the question so formulated, giving liberty to the respondent to argue that the case before the high court did not involve any such question. the amending act was introduced on the basis of various law commission reports recommending making of appropriate provisions in the code of civil procedure which were intended to minimize the litigation, to give the litigant a fair trial in accordance with the accepted .....

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May 23 2012 (HC)

Basant Rath and ors. Vs. Ch. Nagar Singh

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : May-23-2012

high court of jammu and kashmir at jammu. 561_a no. 155 of 201.and cma no. 178 of 201.basant rath and ors. petitioners ch. nagar singh respondent !mr. s.s. ahmed adv ^mr. r.k. kotwal, adv hon ble mr. justice hasnain massodi, judge. date:23. 05.2012 :judgment : notice. mr. r.k. kotwal, advocate accepts notice on behalf of the respondent. the matter because of short controversy involved is, on consensus taken up for final disposal. heard and considered. choudhary nagar singh respondent herein on 04.01.2012 filed a complaint against shri basant rath and four other police officers in the court of chief judicial magistrate, jammu alleging commission of offences punishable under sections 500, 503 rpc and under section 66-a of information technology act, 2000. the respondent/complainant s case was that the petitioners herein and their three other colleagues constituted a special investigation team (sit) for investigation of case fir no.247/2009 at police station, gandhi nagar, jammu, under sections 302, 34 rpc read with section 3/25 of the arms act. the respondent alleged that the petitioners and their colleagues took him into custody and allegedly subjected him to vulgar, intimidating, abusive and uncivilized interrogation, that the respondent was physically tortured and petitioners and their colleagues made vulgar imputation and defamatory remarks against his daughter-in-law and not only insulted the respondent but also tortured him to extort a confessional statement from him. it .....

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May 29 2012 (HC)

Nazira Begum and Another. Vs. State Jandk; and Others

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : May-29-2012

high court of jammu and kashmir at jammu. owp no. 1258-s of 201.nazira begum and another. petitioners state j&k and others respondent !none ^m.i.qadri advocate general for respondents 1to5 hon ble mr. justice hasnain massodi, judge. date:29. 05.2012 : :1. on 23rd september, 2011 shri parvez imroz advocate, learned counsel for the petitioners addressed arguments at length and referred to the facts and events reflected in the petition and documents appended thereto that, according to mr. p.imroz must persuade the court to grant reliefs sought in the petition. on 30th september 2011, shri prashant bhushan, learned senior advocate appearing for the petitioners, concluded arguments in presence of mr. magray senior additional advocate general counsel for the respondents. against the backdrop of case set up and arguments advanced, learned advocate general/ counsel on behalf of the state government, was requested to assist the court on the next date of hearing. the respondents were given liberty to submit written arguments, if so advised. learned advocate general, accordingly, submitted written arguments, which are taken on record.2. heard and perused the petition with it s annexures and material available on record.3. s/shri fazal hussain dar, fareed hussain dar son of fazal hussain, mohamad hussain son of abdul razaq, talib hussain son of shri ghulam nabi lone all residents of village malani tehsil baderwah, were allegedly abducted on 3rd. january, 1996 and were later with the .....

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May 31 2012 (HC)

Bhola Nath Vs. Harcharantjeet Singh and ors

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : May-31-2012

high court of jammu and kashmir at jammu. contempt swp no. 154 of 200.and swp no. 910 of 200.bhola nath petitioners harcharantjeet singh & ors respondent !mr. d. k. khajuria, advocate ^mr. k. k .pangotra, asgi mr. justice j.p. singh. date:31. 05.2012 :judgment : order the union of india and its functionaries were commanded to consider the petitioner s claim to allowance(s) on lines similar to those on which it was payable to the army personnel deployed in counter insurgency operations in terms of the directions issued on petitioner s writ petition swp no.910/2004, which read thus:- this petition is accordingly disposed of with a direction to the respondents to consider the claim of the petitioners for grant of various compensatory allowances for being posted in the areas 2 notified for grant of special allowances payable to armed forces. let the consideration be accorded within a period of four months and if the petitioners are found entitled to their claims of allowances payable under the government policy, be released in their favour within a period of two months thereafter. sd/- jammu august,05, 2005. responding to the directions aforementioned, a speaking and reasoned order was passed by the union functionaries on 4.3.2011. the order issued by the under secretary to government reads as follows:- speaki_g order i_ respect of judgeme_t a_d order dated 0 aug 200.passed by ho_ ble high court of j&k at jammu i_ swp _o.910/2004 shri bhola _ath a_d 4 other gref perso__el 1. .....

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Jul 12 2012 (HC)

Vijay Kumar Vs. State of Jandk;

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Jul-12-2012

high court of jammu and kashmir at jammu. cr appeal no. 26 of 200.and cr m a no. 25 of 200.and confirmation no. 7 of 200.vijay kumar petitioners state of j&k respondent !mr. anil khajuria, advocate ^ms. z.s.watali, dy.ag hon ble mr. justice j.p.singh, judge. hon ble mr. justice muzaffar hussain attar, judge date:12. 07.2012 : : judgme_t j.p. singh-j:1. the appellant-vijay kumar was convicted and sentenced to rigorous imprisonment for life and fine of rs.5000/- under section 302 rpc with default sentence of one year, and two years rigorous imprisonment and fine of rs.2000/- with default sentence of six months under section 498-a rpc by the learned sessions judge, kathua vide his judgment and order dated 16.04.2009, for committing murder of his wife- pinki devi alias babli, and treating her with cruelty. 2] he is in appeal against the sentence 3. learned sessions judge too has made reference for confirmation of the sentence of life imprisonment awarded to the appellant. 4] the facts, in brief, necessary for disposal of the appeal and confirmation reference may be stated thus:- pinki devi alias babli, the appellant s wife, received burn injuries in the kitchen of appellant s house situated at village seswan rang talab, hiranagar on 01.02.2003. she was shifted initially to the government hospital, kathua and thereafter to the government medical college hospital, jammu for treatment. the incharge police post chadwal, who was deputed to record her statement, could not, however, so .....

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