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Aug 22 1955 (HC)

Kuppammal Vs. Mu. Ve. Pethanna Chetty

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Aug-22-1955

Reported in : AIR1956Mad250; (1956)1MLJ52

..... that the suit pronote was executed nominally and that at a settlement effected between the parties the pronote was discharged and the stamp was torn in the presence of the mediators, but was left with the defendant in connection with the settlement of the disputes with a third party. one of the issues framed in the suit was whether the suit .....

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Nov 08 1955 (HC)

Palani Goundan and anr. Vs. Vanjiakkal and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-08-1955

Reported in : (1956)1MLJ498

..... annum. this family dispute was settled by an arrangement dated 29th june, 1942 (exhibit a-1). the first defendant who is related to the parties, on the intervention of the mediators, was made the de facto guardian of this minor chinnan and he was entrusted with this property for being managed by him. he undertook that the maintenance of the minor .....

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Aug 24 1955 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, West Bengal, Calcutta Vs. Malchand Surana, ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Aug-24-1955

Reported in : AIR1956Cal537,[1955]28ITR684(Cal)

..... the hand of another person, or that if another person does sign it on the addressee's behalf, the presumption is that it never was delivered to the addressee himself mediately or immediately. for instance, if a servant in the addressee's house saw a notice handed in by the postman carried to the addressee and handed to him, that servant .....

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Dec 23 1955 (SC)

J.K. Iron and Steel Co. Ltd., Kanpur Vs. the Iron and Steel Mazdoor Un ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-23-1955

Reported in : AIR1956SC231; (1956)ILLJ227SC; [1955]2SCR1315

bose, j.1. we are concerned here with three appeals. they arise out of a dispute between the j.k. iron and steel company limited and the iron and steel mazdoor union. we will call them the company and the mazdoor union respectively. the facts are as follows. 2. the company had its factory and other works at kanpur in uttar pradesh. on 10-4-1948 the ministry of commerce in the government of india ordered the company to shift its jute baling hoops factory from kanpur to calcutta. 3. as no land was available in calcutta no effect could be given to this order till the year 1950-51. on 19-3-1951 the iron and steel controller ordered the company to stop the rolling of jute baling hoops at once. accordingly, the production of these hoops was stopped from that date. 4. at the same time there was scarcity of scrap iron and the company's case is that that forced it to reduce the working of its furnace from three shifts a day to one. 5. the company states that because of these two causes it was obliged to retrench its staff. therefore, it issued the following notice, dated 15-5-1951 to 128 of its workers : 'consequent to transfer of the rolling mill to calcutta and want of scrap to furnace department in full, the services of the persons as per list attached are dispensed with from today. their wages and other dues in full settlement will be paid after 2 p.m.' 6. twenty-five of the 128 accepted their wages and other dues in full settlement but the remaining 103 refused. their cause was .....

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Oct 04 1955 (SC)

Prithi Nath Vs. Birkha Nath and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-04-1955

Reported in : AIR1956SC192

bhagwati, j. 1. this appeal is directed against a judgment of the high court of judicature for the state of punjab at simla in letters patent appeal no. 108 of 1951 reversing the judgment of a single judge of the high court in regular second appeal no. 942 of 1949 & dismissing the appellant's suit with costs throughout.2. the suit out of which the present appeal arises was instituted by the appellant in the court of the subordinate judge, first class, delhi, against the respondents 1 & 2 for a declaration that he was the mahant of the temple of bhaironji and as such entitled to the properties and the per-quisities attached thereto including the right to worship in the temple of sri kalkaji and to recover the income from rents etc., as also from offerings and for other reliefs.3. the case of the appellant was that one baba balak nath was the mahant of the temple of bhaironji and he left him surviving his three chelas sehaj nath, maya nath and sahib nath. the pedigree showing the representation of these three lines of descent from balak nath is given below:balak nath|__________________________________________________________________________| | |sehaj nath maya nath sahib nath| | |______________________________ maha ram nath magni nath| | | | |khubi nath dhani nath ram rattan nath naina nath agdi nath| | || mansha nath ram rikh nath______________________________ | || | | pancham nathsanwat nath ram chandar nath _______________________ || | | |shiv nath pup nath misri nath || | .....

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Feb 07 1955 (FN)

Tee-hit-ton Indians Vs. United States

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Feb-07-1955

..... longer occupied by its ancient inhabitants, was parceled out according to the will of the sovereign power and taken possession of by persons who claimed immediately from the crown, or mediately, through its grantees or deputies." pp. 21 u. s. 590 -591. see buttz v. northern pacific r. co., 119 u. s. 55 , 119 u. s. 66 ; martin v. waddell, 16 .....

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Aug 17 1955 (HC)

Melappa and anr. Vs. Guramma and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-17-1955

Reported in : AIR1956Bom129

dixit, j.1. one chanbasappa sangappa deshmukh, a wealthy inamdar, was a resident of kesapur in the muddebhihal taluka of the bijapur district, in respect of a deshmukh vatan which is known as 'talikote paraganna vatan' he was owner of two entire villages of kesapur and hagargund. he was also owner of lands known as 'chavrat lands' in 43 villages in different taluks of the district. he was also the holder of a cash allowanceof rs. 481/- which was received from differenttaluka treasuries. besides these properties, hewas owner of the immoveable property consistingof goudki (patilki) lands, government lands, devasthan lands, wadas, houses and open sites. likewise, he was owner of considerable moveable property. all this property was in his possession and enjoyment until his death in 1944. chanbasappa was a much married man, having had no fewer than six wives. he died on 8-1-1944, sonless, leaving him surviving three widows, nagamma, guramma and venkamma and two widowed daughters, shivalingamma and neelamma, children of chanbasappa from a predeceased wife of his. neelamma, one of the two widowed daughters, lived with chanbasappa. on 30-1-1944 nagamma, the senior widow, took melappa, her sister's son, in adoption as a son to her deceased husband. nagamma had been married in 1926 and chanbasappa had executed in her favour an authority to adopt, in 1927. it appears that the plaintiff i.e. nagamma, guramma and venkamma lived together in the house or wada after the death of chanbasappa .....

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Nov 08 1955 (HC)

Maharu Bhika and anr. Vs. Daga Nathu

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Nov-08-1955

Reported in : AIR1957Bom18; (1956)58BOMLR217; ILR1956Bom427

1. this revisional application arises from debt adjustment proceedings and it raises a short question of limitation. the property in suit consists of two survey nos. 186 and 187. the opponent alleged that these two fields had been conveyed to the two petitioners respectively by way of security for a loan borrowed by his grandfather jairam. he accordingly claimed adjustment of the said debt and asked for the possession of the two lands.the petitioners denied this allegation and claimed absolute tide to the properties. the evidence disclosed that there was no registered document in respect of either transfer. a mutation entry of the year 1911, which was produced however showed that survey no, 186 had been sold by an oral sale by jairam to the father of creditor 1 for rs. 500/-. . the said entry similarly showed an oral sale to creditor 2 in respect of survey no. 187.the entry did not indicate the amount of consideration for the said transaction. the opponent stated in his evidence that the allegations made by him in regard to the nature of the transaction were based upon information received by him from his mother. at the elate of the application his mother was dead.the learned trial judge held that oral transfers, which were invalid could not attract the provisions of section 24 of r. a. d. r. act. these oral transfers made the creditors chargeholders and since the transactions had taken place before 1911 the title of the chargeholders had become complete so that it was not .....

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Dec 20 1955 (HC)

In Re: Hanumantha Rao

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-20-1955

Reported in : 1957CriLJ930

..... showed his shop. the accused then took me to ponnur at 7 p. m. and took me to the shop of p. w. 10. i sealed his shop before the mediators, i examined p.w. 10 and others. on the next day, i searched the shop of p, w. 10 and seized brandy chits exhibits p-5 and p-7 and .....

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Feb 03 1955 (SC)

The Automobile Products of India Ltd. Vs. Rukmaji Bala and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-03-1955

Reported in : AIR1955SC258; (1955)ILLJ346SC; [1955]1SCR1241

..... for securing and preserving amity and good relations between the employers and workmen. the appropriate government is authorised by section 4 to appoint conciliation officers charged with the duty of mediating in and promoting the settlement of industrial disputes and by section 5 to constitute a board of conciliation for promoting the settlement of industrial disputes. section 6 empowers the appropriate .....

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