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Dec 03 1971 (HC)

Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation Vs. Commissioner of In ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-03-1971

Reported in : [1975]100ITR392(AP)

..... ' wholly for charitable or religious purposes......' and the definition which wasformerly found in section 4(3)(i) of the 1922 act regarding charitable trusts and institutions has not been included in section 11 of 1961 act, but finds a place in section 2 of the act among the definitions. under section 2 of the 1961 act ' charitable purposes ' includes relief of the poor, education, medical relief and the advancement of any other object ..... not the other classes of charitable purpose mentioned in that section like relief of the poor, education, and medical relief and that as there are enterprises run by the assessee-company for profit, they do not conform to the definition under section 2(15) and cannot get the benefit of section 11 of the income-tax act, 1961. to the same effect is the decision of the ..... 28 of the income-tax act of 1961, we are inclined to take a different view from the one taken by the calcutta and mysore high courts. what we have under section 2(15) is an inclusive definition: it is, in fact, only illustrative of what is meant by ' charitable purpose '. the illustrations given are : relief of the poor, education, medical relief and advancement of .....

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Oct 29 1971 (HC)

K. Kusuma Kumari Vs. Grandhi Surya Bhaghawan and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-29-1971

Reported in : AIR1982AP163

..... imbeciles or feeble-minded persons, he described all these three exists from birth or from an early age, mental defectiveness of varying degrees as stated by him. the definition of idiot as made by taylor is clear that idiocy is not always congenital. it can be either congenital or the mental ..... the said word made in webster's new international dictionary, vol. 1 second edition at page 1237, stroud's judicial dictionary vol. 2 third edition at page 1367 and blackstone's definition of 'idiot' in corpus juris secundum (vol. xliv at page 32), a bench of this court in k. lata v. ..... the presumption backward of the mental state of ramakrishna because of the observations made by a bench of this court in lata's case (1973) 2 aplj 414. we have explained how those observations were to be treated as obiter. if, therefore, the presumption backward regarding the mental state of ..... occupation of tenants. the 1st defendant was collecting the rents and was crediting those rents to the account of ramakrishna. though defendants 1 and 2 started a new partnership business, they have opened a separate account in the name of ramakrishna showing the amounts due to him as per ..... above was maintained in english, by virtue of the mental health act, 1959, the classification of mentally disordered persons was divided by the use of the terms 'serve subnormality', 'subnormality' and 'phychopathic disorder'.10. modi in his book on medical jurisprudence, 19th edition at page 388 classified mental defectiveness as .....

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Mar 11 1971 (HC)

G. Venkayya and ors. Vs. S.H.O. Ongole Town P.S. Ongole and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-11-1971

Reported in : 1972CriLJ439

..... prem chand according to whom the injury is 11 cm. in depth whereas according to c. w. 1 it is only 1/2' in depth. dr. prem chand was no doubt not definite about the injury being either post-mortem or ante-mortem. no reliance according to the learned counsel appearing for the petitioners, can ..... the preliminary enquiry has to be satisfied that a prima facie case is made out against the accused by the evidence of witnesses entitled to a reasonable degree of credit and if he is not so satisfied, he is not to commit. where, however, much can be said on both the sides, it ..... the preliminary enquiry has to be satisfied that a prima facie case is made out against the accused before he commits the case to sessions.(ii) he does not act while holding the enquiry merely as a recording machine but he is entitled to sift and weigh the material on record for the purposes of ..... conflicting versions will find acceptance at its hands.it was further observed there that the magistrate holding an inquiry under chapter xviii is not expected to act merely as a recording machine and is entitled to sift and weigh the materials on record for the purpose of seeing whether there is sufficient evidence ..... kicked the deceased on the abdomen, while petitioners 2. 5, 6 and 7 threatened ramakrishna to beat, him. the deceased was taken in a rickshaw to the government hospital and he died there even before the medical officer came and saw him,18. copies of documents under section 173(4) of the code were supplied to .....

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Sep 10 1971 (HC)

Ku. G. Sreenivasulu Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-10-1971

Reported in : AIR1972AP215

..... was also stated therein that if the other candidates do not turn up, the petitioner shall be admitted.2. this direction was given as early as ist july, 1971. the learned government pleader, it would appear, has communicated this direction to the director of medical services. there was therefore, no want of knowledge of the direction that was to be implemented or ..... given under article 226 of the constitution of india. in the present case, the need for compliance arose because the writ petition related to admission of a student to the medical college. it is obvious that there should be no undue delay in such matters, because of the handicap to which the student will be subjected, as a result of the .....

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Dec 15 1971 (HC)

The Bar Council of India, New Delhi Vs. Gudimeda Kesavaramayya and anr ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-15-1971

Reported in : AIR1972AP206

..... february, 28, 1963.19. having defined 'law graduate' in section 2(h) the legislature has chosen under section 24 to confer the power of recognition of degrees of law on the bar council of india. the power exercisable under section 2(h) cannot be nullified by reference to the definition clause in section 2(h). in enacting section 2(h) the legislature cannot be said to have been unaware of ..... who has obtained a bachelor's degree in law from any university established in india. from the definition of 'law graduate' adopted by the statute, it does not follow ..... within the competence of the bar council of india to accord recognition of degrees of law subject to the condition hat the commencement of legal education should be preceded by graduation. our learned brother krishna rao. j., referred to the definition of 'law graduate' occurring in section. 2(h) of the act. the words 'law graduate' according to the statute, mean a person a ..... that the bar council of india is under a compulsion to accept degrees of law of .....

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Aug 03 1971 (HC)

Kosuri Koteswara Rao Vs. Kothu Venkataramana Rao

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-03-1971

Reported in : AIR1973AP46

..... to justify the prayer that kuruvilla's properties should be sold first.10. it is true, the above two cases have arisen under section 81 of the transfer of property act. but section 56 and section 81 are expressed in the same terms and the principle involved and the object to be achieved are the same. it is clear to ..... not sold to him so far as the same will extend. but the present case is not a case of one debtor. there are two debtors namely respondents 2 and 3. they mortgaged their separate properties and not their joint properties, to think that the debtor is one. it more than one person mortgage the properties which ..... when the decree amount still remains unsatisfied in full. the lower court by following the decision in s.l.n. somayajulu v. n.p. sidhanthi, (1957) 2 andh wr 385, came to the conclusion that the first respondent can proceed against any of the mortgaged properties in the satisfaction of his decree and he cannot be ..... mortgage debt satisfied in the first instance by the sale of the property or properties not sold to him and belonging to other mortgagor.2. the facts of the case may be stated thus:3. respondents 2 and 3 herein mortgaged six items of properties to the first respondent the second respondent was the owner of items 1 ..... , 2 and 3 and ac.0-20 cents in item no. 6. the second respondent was declared an insolvent and in the sale by the officer receiver .....

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Dec 24 1971 (HC)

Pentala Githavardhana Rao and ors. Vs. the Andhra Bank Ltd. and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-24-1971

Reported in : AIR1973AP245

..... following passage wherein the learned judge, leach, c. j. who spoke for the court, referred to the scope and content of sec. 28 (2) of the insolvency act :'this section refers only to the property of the insolvent and the prohibition against the institution of legal proceedings without the leave of the court refers ..... declare the decree as not binding on the official receiver, the representative of the insolvent, on the ground that no leave contemplated under section 28(2) of the insolvency act was obtained. but however, in so far as the decree obtained against the sons was concerned, the court took the contrary view. ..... 4 would not absolve their liability to discharge the pre-partition debts incurred by the manager. no leave of the insolvency court under section 28(2) of the insolvency act is required to proceed against the shares or interests of the defendants 3 and 4 in the family properties.29. we shall ..... share of the insolvent's son in the property cannot be termed to be the property of the insolvent within the meaning of section 28(2) of the insolvency act. equally settled is the law that the power of the hindu father to sell his son's interest for discharging his lawful debts ..... the pendency of the insolvency proceedings. the vesting of the estate of the insolvent in the receiver or court which is contemplated under section 28(2) of the insolvency act is automatic. from that moment it is the insolvency court or the receiver, but not the insolvent, that is competent to represent .....

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Mar 15 1971 (HC)

Bhoganadham Seshaian Vs. Budhi Veerabhadrayya (Died) and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-15-1971

Reported in : AIR1972AP134

..... the expiry of twelve years by way of amending a previous petition for execution filed within that period, for to do so would plainly contravene the provisions of section 48, sub-section (1). sub-section (2) amply safeguards the decree-holder's right to execute the decree even after the expiry of twelve years in certain cases, and the court should not, as it ..... money shall be set off against each other. however, in order to attract the said rule, following conditions must be satisfied: (a) the decrees must be for the payment of definite sums of money; (b) they must have been passed in separate suits; (c) the decree-holder in one must be the judgment-debtor in the other; (d) the parties must ..... amendment whatever may be the circumstances of the case, to the execution petition merely on the ground that if permitted it would be contrary to section 48, civil p. c. or article 182 of the limitation act. the same argument can relevantly be raised in regard to suits in which amendment is sought, and is quite often so raised. the two situations ..... the date of the application; or (b) to limit or otherwise affect the operation of article 183 of the first schedule to the indian limitation act, 1908.' 39. it would immediately be plain that this section imposes a restriction on the rights of decree-holder by fixing a maximum limit of time for execution and by enacting that no order for execution .....

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Nov 15 1971 (HC)

Bonagiri Yellalu Vs. Nagulvaram Chenchu Subbaiah

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-15-1971

Reported in : AIR1972AP221

..... if and when so satisfied, shall not be bound to hear any further evidence thereon.' 7. whatever may have been the position under the old act, section 10 makes it abundantly clear that a debtor shall not be entitled to present an insolvency petition unless it is proved that he is unable to pay ..... debtor-petitioner no doubt has a statutory right but the question of such a right arises only when he satisfies all the requirements of section 10 of the act. bereft of section 10, he does not have any statutory right to get himself automatically adjudicated insolvent. if the debtor-petitioner as and when he satisfies ..... dugar v. kharaj singh lachirma, ilr 44 cal 535 = (air 1916 pc 64), a decision given under the previous provincial insolvency act and the change brought about in section 10 was not noticed by the learned judge who decided that case.6. section 10(1) in so far as it is relevant reads as under ..... on the ground that it was not a bona fide application but was made with the ulterior motive of evading the maintenance of respondents 1 and 2 and the debt due to the government. on appeal, the learned district judge set aside that order of the district munsif and adjudicated the petitioner ..... and 20 of the provincial insolvency act alleging inter alia that he is a debtor and is indebted to the persons mentioned in schedule a. he has property mentioned in schedule b. he being unable to discharge the debts, he wanted himself to be adjudicated as an insolvent.2. the petition was resisted by the .....

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Nov 11 1971 (HC)

Tamma Venkata Pardhasaradhi Vs. Tamma Ramachandra Rao and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-11-1971

Reported in : AIR1972AP223

..... the parties to the suit relating to the execution, discharge or satisfaction of the decree are generally covered by section 47, c. p. c. but that is only a generally provision. however, the code makes a specific provision and lays out a definite procedure for setting aside sales of immoveable properties on grounds of irregularity or fraud in publishing or conducting them ..... be found out. the only criterion in such determination is the intention of the court to receive the application on file for the purpose of adjudicating on it. the physical act of merely receiving the papers and the application cannot by any stretch of imagination be considered as admitting the application. for, the court's office generally receives all papers filed ..... the petition rejecting it. this power of the appellate court is well established and is not in doubt. (vide satyadhyan v. deorajin debi, : [1960]3scr590 and satyanarayana v. ramamurti, (1960) 2 andh wr 430).12. the fact remains that the lower court had directed the judgment-debtor to furnish security or make a deposit without giving him any notice or affording ..... by several illegalities and irregularities like absence of notice, fraud, etc., and that the sale caused substantial loss to him the appellant filed the petition for setting aside the sale.2. the petition was filed on 14-8-1968. the court's office took an objection that neither security was furnished nor the decretal amount was deposited and the decretal amount .....

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