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Aug 20 1976 (HC)

Fairdeal Motors Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Aug-20-1976

Reported in : [1979]117ITR137(J& K)

..... tribunal did not refer this question to the high court, the remedy of the assessee was to have moved an application to the high court under section 256(2) of the act, for calling for a reference from the tribunal on this point.' 11. the court then finally made the following observations (p. 697):'finally, ..... operate as res judicata against the assessee for a subsequent year. that, however, is a matter on which it is unnecessary for us to pronounce a definite opinion in the present case. in this connection, it would be relevant to add that even if a direct decision of this court on a point ..... the assessee to argue this point at this stage when his right to move this court has become barred by limitation as provided for in section 256(2) of the act.'12. it was under these circumstances that the assessee was not permitted by this court at the time of hearing of the earlier reference ..... as the penalty leviable against the assessee exceeded a sum of rs. 1,000, the ito referred the assessee's case to the iac under section 274(2) of the act for the levy of penalty. in pursuance of this reference and after hearing the assessee, the iac held that the assessee had concealed his income ..... particular year, and questions of law which arise incidentally or in a collateral manner, as lord radcliffe himself has observed in the case of the society of medical officers of health [1960] ac 551, that the effect of legal decisions establishing the law would be a different matter. if, for instance, the validity .....

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Jan 20 1976 (HC)

Mazahar Ali and anr. Vs. State

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : Jan-20-1976

Reported in : 1976CriLJ1629

..... drain of the house of the accused as well as the recovery of a pair of shoes belonging to the deceased. all these recoveries are definitely of incriminating nature but we shall have to see how far they connect the accused with the crime.24. the bloodstained hair recovered from the ..... time of reflection, he is completely out of the police influence.(iv) besides the warning specifically provided for in the first part of sub-section (3) of section 164 namely, that the accused is not bound to make a statement and that if he makes one it may be used against him ..... the prosecution has relied is the confession of jasimuddin recorded by mr. g. d. sharma, municipal magistrate, jammu. this statement has been recorded under section 164 cr p. c. the learned counsel for the appellants has vehemently argued that the confessional statement was made under the influence of the police ..... accused. the circumstantial evidence on which the prosecution relied in the present case may be categorised as follows:1. motive.2. evidence of last seen together.3. disclosure statements and recoveries.4. medical evidence.5. evidence of extra judicial confession.6. confessional statement of jasimuddin.7. conduct of the convicts1. motive:5. ..... conscience as to the voluntary character of the statement is not the only act to be achieved by him but he should leave such materials on record in proof of compliance with the imperative requirements of the section as would satisfy the court that sits en judgment in the case that .....

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May 05 1976 (HC)

Haji Lal DIn and ors. Vs. State

Court : Jammu and Kashmir

Decided on : May-05-1976

Reported in : 1977CriLJ538

..... did not come armed with any formidable weapon and used sotas and stones to cause the injuries, as such, it would be safe to assume, especially in the absence of definite medical opinion that the injuries were sufficient in the ordinary course of nature to cause death, that the accused party only wanted to cause hurt to the deceased. the offence in ..... those to be inadmissible in evidence being hit by article 20(3) of the constitution of india. we are surprised at the approach of the learned sessions judge. section 27 of the evidence act is an exception to the general rule and provides for admitting in evidence so much of the statement of an accused person which leads to the discovery of ..... . surmder singh p.w. 18.6. the prosecution in support of its case led evidence which may be classified under the following categories:(1) motive.(2) eye-witnesses' account.(3) circumstantial evidence including recoveries etc.(4) medical evidence.we have heard mr. s.a. salaria for the appellants, and mr. r.p. sethi, the learned additional advocate-general, for the state and ..... for the purpose of properly appreciating the evidence given at such inquiry or trial, and shall without unnecessary delay record a memorandum of any relevant facts observed at such inspection.(2) such memorandum shall form part of the record of the case. if the public prosecutor, complainant or accused so desires, a copy of the memorandum shall be furnished to him .....

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