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Feb 02 1983 (HC)

Binu Nalufar Haq Vs. the Collector and Land Acquisition Officer

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Feb-02-1983

..... the claimant shall not be entitled to benefit by the improvements made on the lands by the government during the period of requisition, but the arbitrator acting under section 8 (1) (e) has to consider circumstances of each case to determine a 'just compensation' and in doing so he can consider if ..... account the potentiality of the land as a building site. it was observed that proximity to residential, commercial and industrial areas and educational, cultural or medical institution should be considered in determining the potential value of an acquired land. indeed these very considerations have been ignored by the learned arbitrator in ..... in d. c. kumrup v. kalicharan kalita (f. a. 109-130 of 1973, decided on 2-9-81) that it was within the ambit of the powers of the arbitrator under section 8 of the act to award costs in lieu of interest but it was also noted in that case that there was no ..... arbitrator without appreciating the evidence on record erroneously concluded that p. w. 2 was (paid) a higher compensation because his lands were acquired three years later ..... reason for which the rate of compensation paid to her brother (p. w. 2) who had proved the fact of receipt of higher compensation, should not be paid to her also, if not more, because her lands were definitely superior to the lands of her brother. he further submits that the learned .....

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Jun 14 1983 (HC)

i.C. Chakravarty Vs. Khasi Hills District Council

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Jun-14-1983

..... the matters therein contained.' 15. it may be stated here that the central govt. could exercise extra provincial jurisdiction as defined under section 2 of the act provided by treaty, agreement, grant, usage or other lawful means it had acquired jurisdiction in or in relation to areas outside the ..... the said proviso, although the aforesaid mylliem syiemship area shall remain tribal area for other purposes. the reasons behind 'excluding and including definition' in para 20 (2) are that if the shillong municipality and cantonment areas were like other areas of erstwhile assam, there was no reason to define ..... shillong town is not part of the shillong municipality, then there would be no necessity of stating in the definition of the united khasi-jaintia hills district in para 20 (2) 'but including so much of the area comprised within the municipality of shillong as formed part of the ..... united khasi-jaintia hills district as in para 20 (2), but in view of the historical, sociological and etymological background of the syiemship area, the definition in para 20 (2) was necessary. it may be that some of the portions of the mylliem state ..... sections 58, 59 (b) to 59 (g), 65, 78, 129, 216, 217, 218 and with the reservation that the rivers umshirpi and umkhrah so far as they are within that area should remain the property of the mylliem state). 4. the glanders and farcy act, 1899 (xiii of 1899). 5. the lepers act, 1898 (iii of 1898). 6. the assam medical act (i of 1916 .....

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Dec 16 1983 (HC)

Lachit Bordoloi Vs. State of Assam and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Dec-16-1983

..... after making the order of detention.12. in dealing with the question, the supreme court in merugu satyanarayana v. state of a.p. : 1982crilj2357 made the following observations :11. sub-section (2) of section 3 of the act confers power on the central government or the state government to make an order of detention with a view to preventing any person from ..... is being indulged into is likely to be repeated. this is the postulate of the section. and this indubitably transpires from the language employed in sub-section (2) which says that the detention order can be made with a view to preventing the person sought to be detained from acting in any manner prejudicial to the maintenance of public order. now, if it is ..... shown that the man sought to be prevented by a preventive order is already effectively prevented, the power under sub-section (2) of section 3, if exercised would imply that one who is already prevented is ..... that it has been considered till today. what is the effect of non-consideration? in sabir ahmed (supra) which considering the provisions of sections 3(2) and 11 of the conservation of foreign exchange and prevention of smuggling activities act, 1974, for short cofeposa, and article 22(5) of the constitution the supreme court has held in positive and affirmative term that any .....

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Apr 04 1983 (HC)

Bikash Narayan Sarma Vs. State of Assam and ors.

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Apr-04-1983

..... was passed on 7-1-83. so, the petitioner was in detention beyond 24 hours which is not permissible because of what is stated in sub-section (2) of section 151, unless it is authorised by other provision of the code, to show which there was nothing on record. thus, the court was not ..... other averments made by the petitioner in paragraph 5 have to be regarded as correct. but the district magistrate has characterised them as 'not correct', which definitely shows casualness, to put it at the lowest. it may not be said that if any fact averred in a petition is not known to the ..... the house of lords was seized with finding out the true purport of the expression 'it shall be lawful' finding place in the 3rd section of the church discipline act. that section made it lawful for a bishop to issue a commission for making some enquiry 'on the application of any party' or 'of his ..... in the grounds. though it is submitted that the statement in the ground that the printed leaflets were secretly distributed 'in the neighbouring areas of gauhati medical college hospital campus, panbazar' is vague, we are not in a position to accept this submission inasmuch as the areas where the leaflets had been ..... the basis of this solitary incident to which aspect of the matter we are not addressing ourselves, though it is debatable whether the nature of the act and the attendant circumstances could have permitted the use of preventive law in the case at hand, the petition accordingly succeeds and the respondents are .....

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Aug 09 1983 (HC)

Hemchandra Choudhury and ors. Vs. Dr. Harmohan Pathak

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Aug-09-1983

..... concerned, sri bhuyan, the learned counsel for the appellants, has fairly admitted that an insurer cannot travel in his defence beyond what has been prescribed in section 96(2) of the act. this view was first expressed by the apex court in british india general insurance company limited v. captain itbar singh, [1959] 29 comp cas ..... the person against whom the claim is made, or the person against whom the claim is made has failed to contest the claim. the present is definitely not a case of this nature inasmuch as the owner had duly contested the claim, and far from there being any collusion of the above type, ..... we cannot examine the issues relating to negligence and quantum, on which alone shri bhuyan wants us to address as these aspects are not covered by section 96(2) of the act. 9. the result is that the appeal is dismissed, the insurer should pay the remaining amount of rs. 10,000 (out of rs. ..... objection regarding the maintainability of the appeal inasmuch as the owner and the driver could not have come up to this court. under section 110d of the motor vehicles act, 1939 (the act, for short), an appeal can be preferred by 'any person aggrieved by an award of a claims tribunal'. we have, therefore, ..... of the claimant who was injured in an accident which had taken place on november 14, 1968, at about 2.15 p.m. in the city of gauhati itself. the claimant is a medical practitioner and his case is that he had sustained head injury with fractures in different parts of the body and .....

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Aug 19 1983 (HC)

Hemchandra Choudhury and ors. Vs. Dr. Harmohan Pathak

Court : Guwahati

Decided on : Aug-19-1983

..... concerned, sri bhuyan the learned counsel for the appellants, has fairly admitted that an insurer cannot travel in his defence beyond what has been prescribed in section 96(2) of the act. this view was first expressed by the apex court in british india general iusurance company v. itbar singh : [1960]1scr168 . there is no dispute ..... and the person against whom the claim is made, or the person against whom the claim is made has failed to contest a claim. the present is definitely not a case of this nature inasmuch as the owner had duly contested the claim, and far from there being any collusion of the above type, ..... we cannot examine the issues relating to negligence and quantum, on which alone shri bhuyan want us to address, as these aspects are not covered by section 96(2) of the act.9. the result is that the appeal is dismissed the insurer could pay the remaining amount of rs. 10,000.00 (out of rs. 20 ..... objection regarding the maintainability of the appeal inasmuch as the owner and the driver could not have come up to this court. under section 110-d of the motor vehicles act, 1939 (the act, for short) an appeal can be preferred by 'any person aggrieved by an award of a claims tribunal.' we have therefore to ..... favour of the claimant who was injured in an accident which had taken place on 14-11-1968 at about 2.15 p.m. in the city of gauhati itself. the claimant is a medical practitioner and his case is that he had sustained head injury with fractures on different parts of the body and .....

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