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Jul 11 1969 (HC)

Harisingh Harnamsingh Khalsa Vs. E.F. Deboo and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-11-1969

Reported in : AIR1969Guj349; (1969)GLR769

..... ,and to co-ordinate the rights of the citizens with the necessity of maintaining law and order and avoid fifth-column activities in the country. section 2(c) defines 'arms' to mean articles of any description designed or adapted as weapons for offence or defence and includes firearms, sharp-edged and ..... by respondent no. 1, informing him that on inquiry it was found that the petitioner was practising medicine without a certificate for carrying on medical profession and that he was giving threats to kill his landlord because of disputes with him and that it was learnt that in 1948 there was ..... original show cause notice mentioned the grounds that the petitioner was carrying on a medical profession without a proper certificate. this ground was completely given up when the petitioner came out with a plea that he possessed a proper degree certificate. the other ground as regards the dacoity case against him in 1948 ..... was a chapter case against the petitioner, the said licence ' was suspended under section 17(3) of the act till those cases were decided. the petitioner appealed to the state government on july 31, 1968. the respondent no. 2, the state, has dismissed the appeal as it found no reasons to change ..... act, 1959, hereinafter referred to as 'the act', as he was not a fit person for the above reason to hold a revolver. the petitioner submitted his explanation, dated june 24, 1968, pointing out that he was a m. e. b. s. of the punjab homeopathy university and he had obtained a degree .....

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Jul 10 1969 (HC)

Arvindbhai Motibhai Patel Vs. Hargovind Parshottam Patel and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-10-1969

Reported in : AIR1971Guj20; 1971CriLJ368

..... had not established by the evidence led by it that the provisions of section 10, sub-section (7) of the act, were complied with. that provision is to the following effect:'where the food inspector takes any action under clause (a) of sub-section (1), sub-section (2), sub-section (4), or sub-section (6), he shall call one or more persons to be present at ..... in two different contexts by the legislature, (1) when one is considering the position about different categories of authorities or persons, referred to in section 20(1) of the act, filing the prosecution by themselves, and (2) when one is considering the position when different authorities or persons are consenting to filing of such prosecution. he urged that in the argument advanced ..... the contention that the complaint was filed by an unauthorised person, it will be noticed that shri nirmal kumar jain was authorised under section 20 of the act, through a resolution of the municipal corporation (no. 973 dated 10-2-1961). a copy of that resolution, exhibit pk, is on the record of the trial court. the resolution shows that the recommendations ..... of the medical relief and public health committee for authorising shri nirmal kumar jain under section 20 of the act, to institute and conduct all prosecutions arising under the act, were approved.'the contention raised therein .....

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Aug 05 1969 (HC)

Gela Hira Rabari Vs. S.V. Pandya and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-05-1969

Reported in : AIR1970Guj235; 1970CriLJ1475

..... made thereunder', the adding of the preservative must of necessity be in the prescribed manner. now, the definition in section 2(xiv) has reference to the act of taking of the 'sample' under the provisions of the act or the rules and has no such reference to the manner of dealing with it after it is ' ..... 25. mr. p. d. desai had urged that even if rule 19 and 20 are held to be directory, having regard to the definition of the word 'sample' in section 2(14) read with rules 19 and 20 of the rules, the 'sample' of milk cannot be said to have been taken in accordance ..... graduate in medicine, or a licentiate in medicine or a holder of a qualification in sanitary science registrable as an additional qualification by the state medical council or health officers examination certificate or possesses qualifications prescribed by the respective state governments for appointment of sanitary inspectors or health inspectors. proviso to ..... of the gas in 20,000, and rarely less than 1 part in 50,000. the antiseptic power of formaldehyde increases in a marked degree as the strength of the preservative is increased. milk treated with 1 part in 10,000, for instance, according to the table was found to ..... accepted the contention and observed that having regard to the scheme of the act and the indication from the text books on the subject, it is reasonable to conclude that when rule 20 prescribes 2 drops, it provides for a fairly high degree of immunity and what is expected tis that the rule be substantially .....

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Mar 10 1969 (HC)

The Digvijaysinghji Salt Works Pvt. Ltd. and ors. Vs. the State of Guj ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-10-1969

Reported in : AIR1971Guj14

..... motor transport as also in a tannery at gwalior. if the state runs stage carriages and owns a tannery, then it is clearly an employer within the definition given in section 2 (employment) (ii) of the act. then again, in a welfare state as envisaged by the directive principles of state policy embodied in part iv of the constitution, the state cannot be regarded ..... which the impugned notification has been challenged before us.3. in order to appreciate the first contention urged by mr. nanavati, it is necessary to go to section 9 of the act. that section provides as under:- '9. each of the committees, sub-committees and the advisory boards shall consist of persons to be nominated by the appropriate government representing employers ..... or any other appropriate writ, direction or order quashing and setting aside the impugned notification, dated 10th january, 1967, issued under the provisions of section 3(1)(a) read with section 5(2) of the act; and the petitioners seek for an order from this court permanently restraining the respondent from enforcing payment of minimum wages in accordance with the impugned notification ..... not merely for the bare subsistance of life but for the preservation of the efficiency of the worker, and so it must also provide for some measure of education, medical requirements and amenities. the concept about the components of the minimum wage thus enunciated by the committee has been generally accepted by industrial adjudication in this country. sometimes the .....

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Aug 12 1969 (HC)

Teja Moha Vs. Mangubhai Mehta and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-12-1969

Reported in : AIR1970Guj209; (1970)GLR883; (1970)0GLR383

..... meaning of the term. coming back to the question of the powers of the food inspector of taking the sample, i must say that mr. desai had relied upon the definition of the term 'sample' as defined in section 2(xiv) of the act which defined 'sample' as meaning 'a sample of any article of food taken under the provisions of this ..... in possession for same of any such article, and includes also an attempt to sell any such article.'thus section 2(xiii) gives a special definition of 'sale' which specifically includes within its ambit a sale for analysis. the definition of sale is an inclusive definition and it covers within its fold an agreement for sale, an offer for sale, the exposition of an article ..... act or of any rules made thereunder.' relying upon this definition, mr. desai urged that the taking of the sample from a person filing in one of the three characters aforesaid must be in the ..... credit or by way of exchange or may be a sale of sample for analysis it would be a sale within the meaning of the term as defined in section 2(xiii) of the act. it is true as contended by mr. desai that mere possession of an adulterated article of food is not a sale but if, in a given case, it .....

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Jun 17 1969 (HC)

The Digvijaysinhji Salt Works Pvt. Ltd. and ors. Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jun-17-1969

Reported in : (1970)11GLR342

..... public motor transport as also in a tannery at gwalior.if the state runs stage carriages and owns a tannery, then it is clearly an employer within the definition given in section 2(e)(ii) of the act. then again, in a welfare state as envisaged by the directive principles of state policy embodied in part iv of the constitution, the state cannot be ..... which the impugned notification has been challenged before us.3. in order to appreciate the first contention urged by mr. nanavati, it is necessary to go to section 9 of the act. that section provides as under:9. each of the committees, sub-committees and the advisory board shall consist of persons to be nominated by the appropriate government representing employers and ..... mandamus or any other appropriate writ, direction or order quashing and setting aside the impugned notification, dated 10th january 1967, issued under the provisions of section 3(1)(a) read with section 5(2) of the act; and the petitioners pray for an order from this court permanently restraining the respondent from enforcing payment of minimum wages in accordance with the impugned notification ..... provide not merely for the bare subsistence of life but for the preservation of the efficiency of the worker, and so it must also provide for some measure of education, medical requirements and amenities. the concept about the components of the minimum wage thus enunciated by the committee has been generally accepted by industrial adjudication in this country. sometimes the .....

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Dec 01 1969 (HC)

Maganlal Budhaiabhai Patel Vs. Bai Dahi

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-01-1969

Reported in : AIR1971Guj33

..... intercourse took place on or about 18-4-1962 the child is born after 313 days. no medical evidence has been led in this case by either side. under section 112 of the indian evidence act the possible duration of pregnancy has been fixed at 280 days but actually the period of gestation may ..... a person has misconducted once, there cannot be a presumption that the misconduct must continue, much less can there be a retrospective presumption. unless the court definitely finds unchastity in the mother immediately about the time the child is born or could have been begotten, it would not be a relevant circumstance.14. it ..... would, therefore, follow that the presumption as to the legitimacy under section 112 of the evidence act it does not unnecessarily mean that if a child was born beyond the period of 280 days it can be presumed that the child ..... adultery. see rajani prabhakar lokur v. prabhakar raghavendra, 59 bom lr 1169 = (air 1958 bom 264). in fact the present petition is filed nearly 2 1/2 years after the alleged intimacies with madhia. it has also been found as a matter of fact that there was no evidence whatever of the respondent ..... , 13 and 23 of the hindu marriage act, 1955, one of them being that in matrimonial proceedings the court had to be vigilant that the burden of proof is satisfactorily established and properly discharged by the applicant and the proof adduced is of a high degree. it is also laid down that in .....

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Dec 24 1969 (HC)

Chhaganlal Pratapchand Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Dec-24-1969

Reported in : (1970)11GLR1057

..... would indicate the legislative intent to a certain extent before i refer to the authorities cited at the bar.9. section 2(2) of the code defines 'decree'. the definition includes by a deeming fiction the rejection of a plaint. but it does not include any order of dismissal for default ..... notification no. c c c1061/7005-(i)-d, dated 4th november, 1961, issued by the government under section 43(2) of the bombay court-fees act, 1959 (which will be hereinafter referred to as the act). the said notification provides for refund of court-fees paid on the plaint in certain circumstances mentioned in ..... by the legislature, that when the plaintiff withdrew without permission to bring a fresh suit, she obviously failed in the suit within the meaning of section 412 of the civil procedure code, and that the plaintiff having succeeded in getting some relief from the defendants in respect of her claim she should be ..... high court has observed:if a plaintiff, who has been permitted to sue as a pauper, withdraw from the suit without permission under section 373 of the civil procedure code (act xiv of 1882) as the result of a compromise by which he obtained a substantial part of the relief claimed, he does not ..... succeed in the suit within the meaning of section 411 but he fails in the suit within the meaning of section 412 of the civil procedure code.an .....

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Feb 03 1969 (HC)

Vora Mulla Taheralai Mulla Akbaralli Vs. Manoranjan Barua

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-03-1969

Reported in : AIR1970Guj122; (1969)GLR950

..... plaintiff was a lessee of a house under a defective lease, as it was not signed by both the parties as required by section 107 of the transfer of property act. the subsequent purchaser of the property was attempting to demolish the house and to interfere otherwise with the plaintiff's right as lessee. ..... estoppel against the transferor or persons claiming under him from enforcing any right in respect of the property against the transferee or persons claiming under him. (2) the transferee or persons claiming under him have a right to plead the bar of estoppel to protect their possession against the transferor or persons claiming ..... property. this claim petition was dismissed by the court on 26th july 1957. the plaintiff, thereupon filed civil suit no. 97 of 1957 on 2-9-1957 asserting that he is the exclusive owner of the property and asking for a declaration that the property is not liable to attachment and ..... of 1954. 6-11-1952, alihusain put the plaintiff in possession of the house. the present defendant obtained a money decree against alihussain on 15-2-1956 in suit no. 873 of 1954 in the calcutta high court. the present defendant-judgment-creditor filed execution application no. 75 of 1955 in ..... civil state no. 97 of 1957 filed in the civil court at sidhpur. the circumstances under which these two second appeals arise may be briefly stated.2. the subject-matter of this dispute is a house at sidhpur, and it belonged to one alihussain mahmadalli iqbal. on 6-11-1952. alihussain entered .....

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Jul 10 1969 (HC)

Gulabchand Bhudarbhai Soni Vs. the State of Gujarat and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jul-10-1969

Reported in : AIR1970Guj171; 1970CriLJ1100; (1970)0GLR776

..... said to be done or believed in 'good faith' which is done or believed without due care and attention.' this is a negative definition, but it indicates that an act is said to be done in good faith when it is done with due care and attention. indeed, it does not require logical ..... grounds of public policy. consequently, a person in such a position is entitled only to the benefit of the qualified privilege mentioned in section 499 indian p.c. (ii) if a party to a judicial proceeding issued in a civil court for damages for defamation in respect of a statement made therein on ..... is no doubt that the accused must substantiate his plea of good faith to be entitled to the protection of the exception. of course, the degree or proof that is to be offered by the accused for the purpose is not the same as is expected of the prosecution which is required ..... ) (supra), laying down that there is no such absolute privilege. in the said calcutta case, which was concerned with a criminal prosecution for defamation under section 499, indian penal code, distinction between the position obtaining with regard to criminal prosecutions and the position obtaining with regard to civil actions has been clarified as ..... pleaded by an accused person, he is not required to justify his plea; but the degree and character of proof which the accused is expected to furnish in support of his plea, cannot be equated with the degree and character of proof expected from the prosecution which is required to prove its case.' .....

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