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Sep 30 1963 (HC)

D.G. Viswanath Vs. Chief Secretary to the Government of Mysore and ors ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Sep-30-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Kant132; AIR1964Mys132; (1963)2MysLJ302

..... social revolution, not confinedto the upper classes, neither only to hindus alone.'but, the real question is, how to do it. it can be definitely asserted that there is no ready made solution. in pronouncing on such a social question, nay a human problem, we should not forget our own ..... .25. at this stage an incidental controversy that arose at one stage may be mentioned. it was urged that in view of section 51 of the mysore university act, 1956, the classification made under ex. c cannot be made applicable to the university engineering college at bangalore. but this submission ..... the interview marks as fixed, in para 1above shall also apply for selection of candidates for diploma and certificate courses in government polytechnics and for degree- course in textiles.'there was some controversy as to who authorised the issue of this communication. it is now made clear by the affidavit filed ..... them has prayed for a writ of mandamus and/or any other appropriate writ or direction, directing respondents 1 and 2 to admit him to the engineering college or to the medical college as the case may be. in their affidavits, they have challenged the validity of government orders no. ed ..... these writ petitions relate to admissions to professional and technical colleges. some of petitioners have applied for admission to the course leading to the degree of bachelor of engineering, whereas others have sought admission to the pre-professional class in medicine. their applications have been rejected. hence, .....

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Sep 19 1963 (HC)

Neelappagouda Ramangouda Patil and ors. Vs. Kariyappa Gouda

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Sep-19-1963

Reported in : AIR1965Kant46; AIR1965Mys46

..... the matter went back to the executing court, the papers were transmitted to the collector so that there may be a partition of the properties under section 54 of the code of civil procedure. such transmission became necessary since the lands are agricultural lands paying land revenue to the government.(5) on receipt ..... not necessary for me on this occasion to investigate into the correctness of the proposition that once a partition is made by the collector under section 54 of the code of civil procedure that partition so made is beyond the superintendence of the civil court and that in no case that court ..... direct the collector to make a partition in accordance with the terms of the consent order. the postulate was that since a partition made under section 54 of the code of civil procedure by the collector is incapable of rectification by the court which directed that partition to be made, for ..... execution application on the ground that the partition, if made, would create, a fragment prohibited by the bombay prevention of fragmentation and consolidation of holdings act, 1947.(3) from this order made by the civil judge, there was an appeal to the district judge and in that appeal there was a consent ..... the district judge to the civil judge of a matter relating to execution of a partition decree was improperly made. the material facts are these :(2) in a suit for partition, the plaintiff was declared to be entitled to a third share in the properties which framed the subject matter of the .....

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Mar 22 1963 (HC)

C.S. Ratanchand Vs. Multanmull Sesnamull

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-22-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Kant117; AIR1964Mys117; ILR1963KAR691; (1963)2MysLJ421

..... the reversal or variation of a decreeor order under which one of the parties had obtained some benefit.9. a decree as defined in section 2(2) of the code of civil procedure as a formal expression of an adjudication which conclusively determines the rights of parties in regard to all ..... separate suit to obtain restitution on the variation or reversal of a decree. the legislature has given effect to this view by enacting sub-section (2) of section 144 which provides that'no suit shall be instituted for the purpose of obtaining any restitution or of her relief which would be obtained ..... order passed, under section 144 is not an order in execution under section 47 of the code for the purpose of the court fee act and that ad valorem court-fee should be paid on the memorandum of appeal as such order amounts to a decree within the meaning of section 2(2) of the code ..... determined by a court executing 3 decree,'while section 144 had been included in a separate ..... had drawn clear distinction between an order passed under section 47 for the execution of a decree and an order passed under section 144 mr restitution by including them distinctly under the definition of 'decree' and referred also to the fact that section 47 had been included under the heading'questions to be .....

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Mar 22 1963 (HC)

T.N. Nanjunda Setty and anr. Vs. the State of Mysore

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-22-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Kant124; AIR1964Mys124; (1963)2MysLJ75

..... this deed of release this 30th day of june 1957 in the presence of the witnesses attesting hereunder:'' 2. the relevant provisions of the act which have a bearing on the question under consideration are given below.3. section 2(9) reads as follows: 'conveyance' includes a conveyance on sale and every instrument by which property ..... by schedule i-a., as the case may be): . article 18 of schedule i-a gives the stamp duty leviable in respect of a conveyance.4. section 2 (15) defines an instrument of partition as follows:'instrument of partition' means any instrument whereby co-owners of any property divide or agree to divide such ..... considered to be common property the transaction, is a partition, seems to apply to his case.(12) in the case reported in reference under stamp act section 46, ilr 18 mad 233 (fb), the facts as stated in the head note are as follows:'a hindu executed in favour of his father ..... he regarded as an authority for the proposition that such a document is a release deed and not an instrument of partition.11. in reference under stamp act section 46, ilr 12 mad 198 (fb), each of two persons who had originally claimed exclusive right as heirs to the property of a deceased person ..... leviable on the documents and any question of adjudication relating thereto. the provision for the statement of any case before the high court is section 57 of that act and we shall take the present references as made under that provision.as both the documents are in the same terms, one of them .....

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Sep 13 1963 (HC)

Rayappa and anr. Vs. the State of Mysore

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Sep-13-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Kant61; AIR1964Mys61; 1964CriLJ415; (1963)2MysLJ211

..... mohammad v. state, .in order to examine the merits of these contentions it is necessary to consider the following provisions contained in sub-section (4) of section 207-a:'the magistrate shall then proceed to take the evidence of such persons. if any, as may be produced by the prosecution as ..... to support the order of commitment passed by the learned magistrate, he seriously contended that in view of the provisions contained in sub-section (4) of section 207-a of the code of criminal procedure, it was the duty of the magistrate to have examined the prosecution witnesses mentioned in ..... a point of time and not a condition precedent. the clause means nothing more than that an order of discharge can be made under sub-section (6) after the events mentioned therein have taken place. secondly, the two clauses necessarily refer to the corresponding or appropriate situation under the ..... : [1961]2scr890 , and subba rao, j. who spoke for the court considered the various arguments abovenamed as regards the construction of that sub-section.reference may be made to the following passage fromparagraph 8 of the judgment wherein the views thatfound favour with the rajasthan high court have beendealt with:'........ ..... sessions judge, dharwar, to stand their trial under sections 302 and 394 read with section 34 of the indian penal code. the order was passed by the judicial magistrate, first class, navalgund, under section 207-a (id) of the code of criminal procedure.2. the story of the prosecution is that one .....

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Mar 31 1963 (HC)

Commissioner of Wealth-tax, Mysore Vs. D.C. Basappa

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-31-1963

Reported in : [1964]51ITR790(KAR); [1964]51ITR790(Karn)

..... for taxation is, therefore, a 'debt owed by the assessee on the valuation date' within the meaning of those words in the definition of 'net wealth' in section 2(m) of the act. 34. in commissioner of wealth-tax v. standard mills co. ltd. it was held that a 'debt' in its restricted ..... his action. this sum was paid in july, 1954, to the law society for the legal aid fund in accordance with the legal aid and advice act, 1949, section 2(2) (d) and the legal aid (general) regulations, 1950, regulation 16. part of that sum was paid out to p., leaving a balance ..... the assessment year 1959-60. the question for decision is whether that liability can be considered as 'debt owed' within the meaning of section 2(m) of the act.39. it is difficult to reconcile the two lines of cases noticed above. the cases cited on behalf of the revenue take the ..... held that where a panel doctor has done work under his agreement with the insurance committee, and the committee have received funds in respect of medical benefit from the national insurance commissioners, there is a debt owing or accruing from the insurance committee to the panel doctor which may be attached ..... acts, 1911 and 1913, and the regulations made thereunder, entered into agreements with the panel doctors of their district by which the whole amounts received by the committee from the national insurance commissioner were to be pooled and distributed among the panel doctors in accordance with a scale of fees; the total amount available for medical .....

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Jul 31 1963 (HC)

The Commissioner of Wealth Tax, Mysore, Bangalore Vs. D.C. Basappa

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-31-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Kant204; AIR1964Mys204

..... provision for taxation is, there-fore, a 'debt owed by the assessee on the valuation date' within the meaning of those words in the definition of 'net wealth' in sec. 2(m) of the 'act'.31. in the commr. of wealth-tax, bombay city v. standard mills co, ltd. (1963) 1 itj 684 , it was held ..... to hold that the word 'debt' is not a term of law and it has no definite legal import. hence we have to took to the context in which that word is used to find out its true meaning. in sec. 2(m) the word 'debt' is used in conjunction with the word 'owed' and not ..... of his action.the sum was paid in july, 1954 to the law society far the legal aid fund in accordance with the legal aid and advice act, 1949, sec. 2 (2) (d) and the legal aid (general) regulations, 1950, reg. 16. part of that sum was paid out to p., leaving a balance in ..... court held that where a panel doctor has done work under his agreement with the insurance committee, and the committee have received funds in respect of medical benefit from the national insurance commissioners, there is a debt owing or accruing from the insurance committee to the panel doctor which may be attached under ..... acts, 1911 and 1913, and the regulations made thereunder, entered into agreements with the panel doctors of their district by which the whole amounts received by the committee from the national insurance commissioners were to be pooled and distributed among the panel doctors in accordance with a scale of fees; the total amount available for medical .....

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Jul 12 1963 (HC)

In Re: Mysore Spun Silk Mills Ltd.;

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-12-1963

Reported in : AIR1965Kant15; AIR1965Mys15; [1963]33CompCas655(Kar); (1965)ILLJ662Kant; (1968)1MysLJ244

..... claim or draw any inferences on the footing that the position is different from what the law itself declares it to be.further, the definition of the term `retrenchment' contained in section 2(oo) of the industrial disputes act makes it clear that retrenchment is termination by any employer of the services of a workman for any reason whatsoever otherwise than as a ..... does not come within the meaning of `wages' for the purpose of making deductions therefrom under the payment of wages act, depends primarily, if not solely, on the definition of `wages' contained in the latter act. the relevant portion of that definition contained in section 2(g)(vi) is as follows :''wages' means all remuneration (whether by way of salary, allowances or otherwise) expressed in ..... to the employed persons; now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by clause (m) of sub-section (2) of section vii of the payment of wages act, 1936, (central act iv of 1936) as amended by the payment of wages (mysore amendment) act, 1952, (mysore act xv of 1952) as in force in the mysore area the government of mysore specially authorise the deductions from ..... any workman under any of the provisions of chapter va of the industrial disputes act, 1947, subject to the limit specified in sub-section (2).' the limit specified in sub-section (2) is not of relevance in this application. the relevant date, according to sub-section(8) of the same section would in this case be the date of the first appointment of the provisional .....

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Mar 14 1963 (HC)

Narappa Naidu Vs. Venkatamma

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-14-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Kant60; AIR1964Mys60; (1963)IILLJ720Kant; (1963)2MysLJ91

..... question is whether on the facts found by the commissioner we can conclude that the deceased anjanappa can be held to be a 'workman' as defined in the act. section 2(1)(n) of the act defines a 'workman' as follows:' 'workman' means any person (other than a person whose employment is of a casual nature and who is employed otherwise than for the ..... , on any one day of the preceding twelve months, ten or more persons have been employed in any manufacturing process, as defined in clause (g) of section 2 of the factories act, 1934 (xxv of 1934). (2) or employed in any kind of work whatsoever incidental to or connected with any such manufacturing process or with the article made, and steam, water or other ..... the precincts whereof, on any one day of the preceding twelve months, ten or more persons have been employed in any manufacturing process, as defined in clause (g) of section 2 of the factories act, 1934 (xxv of 1934), or in any kind of work whatsoever incidental to or connected with any such manufacturing process or with the article made, and steam, water ..... is that steam, wafer or electrical power must be used in the premises. persons working within 'within such premises, though not employed in the manufacturing process proper, are within the definition, but persons working outside are not though they may be serving the concern. if the deceased had been employed at a place where the sabai grass was stacked or made .....

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Dec 09 1963 (HC)

B.H. Honnalige Gowda Vs. State of Mysore and anr.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-09-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Kant84; AIR1964Mys84

..... affect transfers, partitions orencumbrances, as between different members of a hakdar'sfamily.'164. an alienee of an emolument is called by the impugned act as an authorised holder who is defined by section 2 (i) (b) which reads :-'2. definitions (i) in this act, unless the context otherwise requires, --* * * *(b) 'authorised holder' means a person in whose favour a land granted or continued in respect of ..... plaintiffs are very near to the line makes it none the worse. that is the inevitable result of drawing a line where the distinctions are distinctions of degree; and the constant business of the law is to draw such lines.' .95. gas we say that the line which the legislature drew in this case between the posts abolished ..... /, at p. 303. of course, this is especially true when local conditions may affect the answer, conditions that the legislature does but that we cannot know, cusack co. v. chicago,-- (1916) 242 u. s. 526 at pp-530, 531 ............ if in its theory, 'thedistinction is justifiable, as for all that we know it is, the tact that some cases, including the ..... call-ed by the same names must be treated in the same way the power of the state 'may be determined by degrees of evil or exercised in cases where detriment is especially experienced.' armour and co. v. north dakota (1916)240 u.s. 510 at pp. 517, 548. it may do what it can to prevent what is deemed an evil .....

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