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Oct 27 1953 (HC)

Khalil Ahamad Khan Vs. Malka Mehar Nigar Begum and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-27-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All362

..... (d) in respect of any matter which the custodian-general or the custodian is empowered by or under this act to determine.' 117. this has to be read with the definition of 'evacuee property' and section 11 of the act, which are as follows :'section 2(f) 'evacuee property' means any property in which an evacuee has any right or interest (whether personally or as a ..... all 261 (t) but with all respect to misra end chandiramani jj., i cannot find anything in this decision which might be said to take a view in the slightest degree at variance with the view taken in air 1936 oudh 213 (fb) (a). the question that raised was whether a wakif who had appointed himself a mutwalli could resign office ..... not drawn to the fact that the appointment of mutwalli after one's death was in the nature of a testamentary disposition of the office of mutwalli.150. in -- 'air 1916 mad 116 (o)', the question now under consideration was not considered at all.151. in : air1932all248 ', the question was of altering the terms of the waqf in connection with the ..... shia and the remarks of the learned judges as to the sunni law were in the nature of obiter dicta.98. in 'mohideen saib maghribi v. ghulam mahomed ali', air 1916 mad 116 (o) which was also a madras case, no question arose as to whether the wakif could remove the mutwalli without reserving to himself that power in the deed .....

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Sep 28 1953 (HC)

Commr. of Income-tax, U.P., Lucknow Vs. Radhaswami Satsang Sabha

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-28-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All291; [1954]25ITR472(All)

..... leave this point we may mention that stress has also been laid on the word 'general' in the definition of the words 'charitable purpose' at the end of section 4, indian income-tax act. charitable purpose has been defined as 'including relief of the poor, education, medical relief, and the advancement of any other object of general public utility'. stress is laid on the ..... their faith and in accordance with the constitution of the sabha vest in the sabha under a legal obligation wholly for religious and charitablepurposes within the meaning of section 4 (3) (i), income-tax act? 2. whether in the circumstances of the case set forth in the statement of case, the income derived by the respondent sabha from bhents and received by the ..... obligation wholly for religious or charitable purposes of the sabha but the 'bhents' cannot be said to be income derived from property under section 4(3)(i), income-tax act. they will properly come under clause (ii) of that sub-section meaning thereby that they are income of a religious or charitable institution derived from voluntary contributions and applicable solely to religious or charitable ..... order of the tribunal it is clear that this economic amelioration of. the condition of the satsangis was intended to be effected in three ways : (1) by giving them training; (2) by setting up model industries; and (3) by reducing unemployment. we have already quoted the passage from para 11 of the appellate order of the tribunal where the reducing oft .....

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Oct 10 1953 (HC)

Shyam Lal Vs. State of U.P. and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-10-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All235

..... year 1922. it could not therefore, be said to have been validated and made statutory by sub-section (4) of section 96b of the government of india act, 1919. under sub-section (2) of that section the secretary of state in council was empowered to make rules for regulating the classification of the civil ..... from time to time and ultimately published as rules of 1930 and modified subsequently as well and(b) fundamental rules. these latter are contained in section 2 of the compilation entitled 'fundamental rules and the supplementary rules issued by the government of india in 1949, iii edition.'23. in rule 7 ..... of showing cause against the action proposed to be taken in regard to him. no action is proposed within the meaning of the sub-section until a definite conclusion has been come to on the charges, and the actual punishment to follow is provisionally determined on. prior to that stage, the ..... a pension not usually exceeding, and not necessarily so great as, that which would have been admissible to the officer if he had been invalidated on medical certificate'. removal 'from service under rule 353a is also spoken of as 'compulsory retirement' but this has nothing to do with 'retirement' under rule ..... allowances granted to any officer shall not exceed two-thirds of the pension which would have been admissible to him if he had retired on medical certificate'.15. rule 353a deals with pension when a person is removed from service when found unfit for further advancement. it says that--' .....

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Sep 28 1953 (HC)

State Vs. Padma Kant Malviya and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-28-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All523; 1955CriLJ904

..... commissioners had the power to punish for such contempts.the contempt of courts act 1926 resolved these doubts and made certain provisions. this act, however, did not attempt a definition of 'contempt'. by section 2 of the act the power of the superior courts to punish for contempts was recognised. the same section by sub-section (2) stated that 'a chief court shall have and exercise the same ..... jurisdiction, powers and authority, in accordance with the same procedure and practice, in respect of contempt of itself as a high court referred to in sub-section (1).'by section ..... the definition of 'offence' does not include the inherent and the supervisory powers. the contempt of courts act of 1926 was an act to define and limit the powers of certain courts in punishing contempts of courts. it was enacted to resolve the doubts that had arisen as to the powers of a high court to punish contempts of subordinate courts. section 2 of ..... c., but if 'contempt' does not come within the definition of the word 'offence' as provided for by section 4(1)(o), criminal p. c. then obviously section 5(2) of the code would not, in terms, apply. 'offence' has been defined by section 4(1)(o) of the code in these words: ' 'offence' means any act or omission made punishable by any law for the .....

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Dec 08 1953 (HC)

S.K. Dutt Vs. Law Book Co. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Dec-08-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All570

..... or in certain of the details, but whether keeping in view the idea and general effect created by the original, there is such a degree of similarity as would lead one to say that the alleged infringement is a copy or reproduction of the original'.14. it was in ..... the implied consent of the first publisher, others interested in advancing the same art of science may commence where the prior author stopped. this includes medical and legal publications, in which the entire community has an interest, and which the authors are supposed to give forth, not only for their ..... practising in this court, has filed this suit purporting to be one under section 13, copyright act, 1914. the plaintiff alleges that he is the author and sole owner of the copyright in the work entitled 'the indian partnership act by mukerji and dutt'. this work, the plaintiff alleges, he published in ..... argument counsel for the defendants classified the alleged infringements into seven groups, (1) consisted of passages which had been taken verbatim from lindley on partnership, (2) passages which had been taken from other standard authors, (3) passages which had been taken from judgments reported in law reports, (4) passages which ..... it has had sales in the united states of america, in england and practically throughout this country. the plaintiff's case further is that defendant no. 2, namely, j.n. bagga, published a work entitled 'law book company's commentaries of law & practice of partnership & private companies in india' in .....

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Aug 19 1953 (HC)

Gir Raj Kishore Vs. State

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-19-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All421

..... note held by a person other than a bank or government treasury'.if the word 'person' was not intended to include a bank or government treasury in section 4 then it was not necessary to make this exception in section 6. the definitions in the general clauses act are to apply unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context. reading the three ..... :'i find the accused girraj kishore-guilty of the offence under section 7 (1) of the ordinance no. iii of 1946 for contravening section 4 of the ordinance by exchanging one thousand rupee notes on 14-1-1946, from the sagri sub-treasury without filing a declaration as required under sub-section (2) of section 6 of the ordinance and convict him under the said ..... contained in the reserve bank of india act, 1934 (ii of 1934), any high denomination bant note held by a person other than a bank or government treasury shall after the 12th day of january 1946 be exchanged only on tender of the note for exchange by the owner thereof in the manner provided in this section. (2) every such owner of a high ..... section of the said ordinance.'2. girraj kishore was treasurer's agent at the azamgarh government treasury and the charge against him was that on the 14th of .....

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Feb 16 1953 (HC)

Behari and ors. Vs. the State

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Feb-16-1953

Reported in : AIR1953All510

..... may be charged with (and convicted of) for every such offence: section 235 (1) of the code. if the acts constitute 'an offence falling within two or more separate definitions ......... the person accused of them may be charged with and tried at one trial for each of such offences':section 235 (2).'if several acts of which one or more of them would by itself or ..... whether one hurt was caused or more than one, the separate sentences were held to be valid and section 71 was held to be inapplicable.13. in -- 'dharam deo singh v. emperor', air 1916 all 49 (t) walsh, j. upheld separate sentences under sections 147 and 325 read with 149 when more than one injury was caused and the aggregate sentence was of ..... six months. the learned judge expressed dissent from -- 'queen empress v. ram partab', (j) because it failed to give effect to the whole meaning' of section 71 and thought that ..... -- 'kanchan molla v. emperor : air1925cal1015 . see also -- 'batesar singh v. emperor', a. i. r. 1932 pat 335(21).17. section 1 of the american narcotic act creates the offence of selling any forbidden drug except in or from the original stamped package, and section 2 creates the offence of selling any forbidden drug not in pursuance of a written order of the person to .....

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Aug 04 1953 (HC)

Hardei Vs. Wahid Khan and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-04-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All16

..... no longer necessary for us to discuss the cases relied on by learned counsel. dealing with the question of a mortgagee creating a lease for a definite period and the lessee claiming that the mortgagor even after the redemption of the mortgage was bound and could not claim back possession of the property ..... the redemption of the mortgage the tenant ceased to have any tenancy rights and from the date of the redemption became a trespasser. 6. under section 76, t. p. act, (4 of 1882) 'when, during the continuance of the mortgage, the mortgagee takes possession of the mortgaged property (a) he must manage ..... --'bhup singh v. sheo shanker', air 1931 all 743(1) (f); -- 'pramatha nath v. sashi bhusan : air1937cal763 ; -- 'chinnappa thevan v. pazhaniappa pillai', air 1916 mad 911 (h) and -- 'barjorji shapurji v. shripatprasadji', air 1927 bom 145 (i). malik, c.j. this csse has been referred to a division bench by reason ..... from 'the western shop and the room appertaining thereto in house no. 46 situate in thatheri bazar, allahabad,' and impleaded his sou shaukat as defendant 2, so that there may be no complication after she had obtained the decree. the plaintiff also claimed damages for use and occupation at the rate of ..... the mortgage the mortgagee let out the shop and the room appertaining thereto to wahid khan, defendant 1, as a month to month tenant. defendant 2 is his son. the mortgage was redeemed in 1946. there is some dispute as to the date on which the mortgagor took possession of the .....

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Aug 03 1953 (HC)

Mohammad Abdul Rahman Khan Vs. the Govt. of the State of Uttar Pradesh ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-03-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All4

..... a reference to the land revenue actwe find that, as a matter of fact, there should have been a certificate issued by the tahsildar under section 145 of the act giving a statement of the account and certifying that there is an ar-rear. in the present case, this certificate is missing; since the mistake was discovered by the chief ..... the sum of rs. 4200/- and under the land revenue act it can recover it in a lump sum. therefore, although a defective procedure has been adopted, that defect does not affect the equities & the justice of the claim, nor does ..... was for the deputy commissioner to proceed first of all to obtain a certificate from the tahsildar in respect of the arrears and then to proceed as the land revenue act directs.we do not, however, feel that this is a case in which we should exercise out powers of 'certi-orari' because, in fact the government is entitled to recover ..... annum, which was valid remission, till the ar-rears amounting to rs. 4,200/- had been realised. it was prayed that the government be directed not to suspend this grant.2. this application was supported by an affidavit, but the verification of this affidavit shows that saiyid ishaq ali, the deponent, does not state which of the facts mentioned in it .....

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Jul 30 1953 (HC)

Brij NaraIn Vs. Ram Dayal

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-30-1953

Reported in : AIR1954All8

..... 50/- for engaging a lawyer to apply for the permit. ram dayal paid the money but dulli did not do anything to get him the permit. he definitely alleged in the application that dulli was in the habit of cheating people in this manner and that the applicant .was also cheated by him. thereupon the ..... code. if, therefore, the offence made out by the complainant ram dayal in this case was not covered by any of the sections mentioned in section 52 (1) (a) the panchayat raj act's jurisdiction could not be attracted in this case and any proceedings taken by the panchayati adaiat would be bad. it is a ..... on behalf of the opposite party that the applicant had a remedy open to him inasmuch as he could go up in revision under section 85 of the panchayat raj act to the sub-divisional magistrate and he should not be heard in this court if he fails to take up the point now pressed ..... money from ram dayal. the panchayati adalat, however, came to the conclusion that the complaint made by ram dayal was well founded and convicted the applicant under section 403' of the indian penal code and sentenced him to a fine of rs. 5/-. the applicant then went in revision. the sub-divisional magistrate rejected ..... an application under article 227 of the constitution of india invoking the powers of this court for quashing the conviction of the applicant by an adalati panchayat,2. a complaint was made by ram dayal to the panchayati adalat of village raukarna alleging that one day ram dayal had gone to the market to sell .....

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