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Aug 08 1963 (HC)

Firm Mohammad Sana Ullah and Sons Vs. Firm Haji Rahim Bux and Sons

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-08-1963

Reported in : AIR1964All49

..... firm goverdhandas vishandas ratanchand air 1920 pc 86 the judicial committee held that an order passed by a high court refusing stay of a suit under section 19 of the arbitration act is not final. viscount cave relied upon (1891) 1 qb 734 (supra) and (1903) 1 kb 547 (supra) and held that:'an ..... order.8. in s. kuppuswami rao v. the king the federal court interpreted the words 'judgment or final order' occurring in section 205(i) of the government of india act, 1935. it had to decide whether an order passed by high court dismissing a revision application and holding that the trial court can ..... 112 (pc) their lordships pointed out that it was decided with reference to the old civil procedure code of 1882, in which the words of the material sections differed materially from those of the code of 1908, and that important questions had been decided by the order under appeal and only subordinate points which ..... is still pending in the executing court which is hearing the judgment-debtors' objection under order 21, rule 90 of the code of civil procedure and (2) the appeal from the order passed by the executing court rejecting the objection under order 21, rule 90. it is the first proceeding that is contemplated ..... court for decision of the objection, on merits. the position now is that the objection filed by the judgment-debtors is pending before the executing court.2. under article 133(1) an appeal lies to the supreme court from a judgment, decree or final order in a civil proceeding of this court. .....

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May 09 1963 (HC)

Dr. Ganga Baksh Singh Vs. Dr. J.C. Sharan S/O Late Pt. Ramlal and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-09-1963

Reported in : 1964CriLJ362

..... board to enable the board to make up its own mind and cannot, therefore, be characterised as a definitive judgment. the contention of the learned counsel for the applicant in this regard must, therefore, be repelled.6. there is another hurdle also in ..... judgment precedes it. the judgment pronounced as a result of following a particular procedure might be a judgment, but might not necessarily be a definitive judgment. in the present case, the, report submitted by the committee, as i have observed above, is merely to be placed before the ..... in the register maintained by the board. the report made by such a committee cannot, therefore, be characterized as a decision or a definitive judgment clothed with the qualities of finality and airthoritativeness which are the essential features of a judicial pronouncement.5. learned counsel for the applicant ..... that the court should have, apart from having some of the trappings of a judicial tribunal, power to give a decision or a definitive judgment which has finality and authoritativeness which are the essential tests of a judicial pronouncement.these tests must be applied for determining what is a ..... ordern.u. beg, j.1. this is an application under section 3 of the contempt of courts act. the applicant is dr. ganga baksh singh and the opposite parties are (1) dr. j. c. sharma, principal, national homeopathic medical collage, lucknow (2) dr. daya nand, member u. p. homeopathic medicine board, lucknow and (3) dr. a .....

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May 08 1963 (HC)

Subhag and ors. Vs. State

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : May-08-1963

Reported in : 1964CriLJ75

..... unreasonable delay in making the report.5. the crime was registered in the presence of the station officer, section i. gulab chand bhatia (p. w. 17), who after sending locham to the hospital for medical examination proceeded to the village. he first of all held an inquest on the dead bodies and sent them ..... record, their lordships proceeded:)21. the learned sessions judge, however, awarded to each of the appellants the sentence of imprisonment for life for the offence under section 302/149, i.p.c. the reasons given by him for awarding the lesser sentence for imprisonment for life are, in brief, that the death ..... fact that the death was the cumulative effect of all the injuries could not be given any undue importance, where the accused persons appeared to have acted brutally and the murder was a pre-planned one, for example, if three persons inflict severe injuries with a deadly weapon like pharsa or spear and ..... ; lochan and khuddur (p. ws 7 and 9), reside in neighbouring villages and during the relevant period were working as labourers of surajdeo and jagdish.2. on the morning of 24-9-1961 at about 8 a.m suraj deo along with his son jagdish and their labourers including lochan and khuddur went ..... and 8, are brothers and bechan, appellant no. 9, is their cousin. rameshwar, appellant no. 7, is the son of bechan. jagan and chatur, appellants nos. 2 and 3, are inter se brothers and they are cousins of subhag, appallant no. 1. bhual, appellant no. 6, is the nephew rameshwar, appellant no. 7. .....

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