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Nov 28 1983 (HC)

K.H. Chayabba Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-28-1983

Reported in : [1985]58STC329(Kar)

..... of penalty of rs. 13,000 under section 12(4) of the act. being aggrieved by the assessment and penalty, the petitioner appealed to the deputy commissioner of commercial taxes (appeals), mysore division. the deputy commissioner allowed the appeal, set aside ..... found that the sale transaction to the extent of rs. 34,983 was suppressed by the petitioner. relying upon this material, the assessing authority completed the assessment under section 12(3) of the act by determining the total and taxable turnover at rs. 1,58,102 and 1,66,632 respectively with the levy of tax of rs. 14,398 and imposition ..... to every member participating in the lottery scheme on the fulfilment of the terms and conditions. the amount realised thereunder certainly cannot be brought to tax under the sales tax act. 9. but upon a close perusal of the terms and conditions of the benefit scheme which has been promoted by the petitioner, we find that it contains expressly two agreements ..... revision petition is directed against the order the appellate tribunal, bangalore, dated june 7, 1979 made in s.t.a. no. 333 of 1979. 2. the petitioner is a dealer registered under the karnataka sales tax act, 1957. he is the proprietor of an establishment engaged in the manufacture of wooden and steel furniture. for the year 1973-74 he declared the .....

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Mar 09 1983 (HC)

M. Visweswaraiah Vs. the State of Karnataka and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-09-1983

Reported in : ILR1983KAR707; [1983]53STC416(Kar)

..... lj 352, which governs the question that arises in the case, it is difficult to uphold the contention of sri kalleshappa. 11. sri kalleshappa relied on section 2(16) of the income-tax act, which defines the term 'commissioner' as including an 'additional commissioner' to contend that an additional assistant commercial tax officer cannot be an assistant commercial tax officer. 12. in my ..... view, an additional assistant commercial tax officer will also be an assistant commercial tax officer of the area or class of dealers, if authorised by the commissioner under section 3b(3)(a) of the act. 8. the power to appoint an assistant commercial tax officer comprehends in itself the power to appoint the additional assistant commercial tax officer also. 9. on any ..... authorised by the commissioner under section 3b(3)(a) of the act, as in the present case. in support of his contention sri narasimhan strongly relies on the division bench rulings of this court in haji m. p. mohammed v. sheik ahmad (1964) 2 m lj 458 and ganesh rao v. sarphina d'souza bai (1975) 2 k lj 352. 6. the word 'addition ..... a). 2. the petitioner claims that the acto was not authorised by law to search his premises and seize the documents, levy taxes, collect composition fee. elaborating this, the petitioner contends that an 'additional' assistant commercial tax officer is not an assistant commercial tax officer authorised by the act. 3. at the hearing, the petitioner has also urged that under section 3b(3 .....

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Apr 05 1983 (HC)

Hyderabad Karnataka Education Society, Gulbarga and ors. Vs. State of ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Apr-05-1983

Reported in : AIR1983Kant251

..... of the university and therefore, outside the regulatory control of the state government in matters covered by the act. section 56 of the act provides for withdrawal of affiliation for failure to comply with any of the provisions of sub-section (2) of s. 53 of the act or the college is conducted in a manner which is prejudicial to the interest of education. i have ..... case of state of andhra pradesh v. lavu narendra nath : [1971]3scr699 . in that case the supreme court was again considering the prescription of a written test for admission to medical college by an executive order in addition to the minimum eligibility prescribed under the relevant statutes of the concerned universities. the ruling of the supreme court in rajandran's case ..... to colleges from among students who secured the minimum qualifying marks prescribed by the university. once it was conceded, and it was not disputed that the state government could run medical and engineering colleges, it could not be denied the power to admit such qualified students as passed the reasonable tests laid down by it. that was a power which every ..... that it has development programmes which involve crores of rupees, part of which has already been spent in providing accommodation and most modern equipment and highly trained staff with specialised degrees. this is supported by a statement showing the details of works and expenditure of the bangalore institute of technology which forms annexure-d to the petition.13. in the common .....

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Dec 15 1983 (HC)

Anjanappa and Co. Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-15-1983

Reported in : ILR1985KAR1772

..... of the right of vend of liquor for breach committed by purchaser. liquor and indian liquor are defined in clauses (18) and (15) of section 2 of the act. 'excise revenue' is defined to mean a revenue derived or derivable from any duty, fee, tax, rent, fine or confiscation imposed or ordered ..... non-existence, of the ground/s on which vend of liquor was ordered to be closed for maintenance of public peace.34. by sub-section (2) of section 21 any magistrate or any police officer not below the rank of a sub-inspector, present, may require a shop to be kept closed for ..... licence on grounds mentioned therein. section 30 of the act empowers the licensing authority to withdraw the licence for any cause other than those specified in section 29 on the expiration of not less than 30 days notice in writing of its intention to do so. sub-section (2) of section 30 provides for refund of ..... to set out the scheme providing for disposal of the privilege by the government and the term of the contract.14. sub-section (1) of section 17 of the act provides for the state government to lease to any person the exclusive right of manufacturing or supplying by wholesale or of both; ..... the court of appeal in leiston gas company v. leiston-cum-sizewell urban district council, 1916 (2) kb 428, in which a distinction between an event which causes temporary8. 1922 (2) ac. 180 @ 234(m)9. : air1954sc44 10. 1916 (2) kb 428interference with the contract and an event which renders the performance of the contract impossible .....

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Jun 03 1983 (HC)

Roopa Ravindra Kankanawadi Vs. Commissioner, Hubli-dharwar Municipal C ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jun-03-1983

Reported in : ILR1986KAR88

..... , : [1979]3scr373 . it is clear from these two circulars the central board of direct taxes, which is the highest authority entrusted with the execution of the provisions of the act, understood sub-section (2) as limited to cases where the consideration for the transfer has been understated by the assesses and this must be regarded as a strong circumstance supporting the construction which ..... stated earlier, the question is concluded by the earlier two decisions. but the learned counsel for the petitioner, however, relied on the decision of the supreme court in principal, guntur medical college v. mohan rao : [1976]3scr1046 . in my opinion, the ratio of the said decision is not apposite to the facts of this case. in the said case, the ..... such. similarly, the hindu succession act has superseded the ancient hindu law regarding intestate succession. the caste consideration in the matter of right to succession, which existed ..... are the most important of these.28. according to section 5 of the hindu marriage act, a marriage between two hindus (irrespective of the caste to which they belonged according to the earlier social set up) is valid. this is subject only to the other restrictions namely, prohibited degree of relationship for marriage which has nothing to do with the caste as .....

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Apr 22 1983 (HC)

BaldwIn Girls' High School, Bangalore and etc. Vs. Corporation of the ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Apr-22-1983

Reported in : AIR1984Kant162; 1984(2)KarLJ218

..... is no dispute that, appellant institutions are government recognized. it, institution. the rule contained in the grant-in-aid code includes the rules for recognition. the relevant rules are :'8. definitions- unless context requires otherwise, the following words and phrases used in this code have the meanings hereby assigned to them. ** ** **(c) 'educational institution' means the school or ..... receive grants from the government under the provisions of the grant-in-aid code for secondary schools in karnataka state ('grant-in-aid code' for short). section 101(c) of the act incorporated a provision for exempting institutions run purely on philanthropic lines approved by the corporation. in exercise of the power under the said provision, the corporation had ..... manner the social status and economic resources of a government servant can be different from that of another holding a similar position in a corporation or that of a successful medical practitioner, lawyer, architect, etc. to over paint the picture of a government servant as the embodiment of all power and prestige would sound ironical. today his position ..... 'education department'.28. learned advocate general, however, pleaded that instead of striking down s. 101 (e-2) we may restrain the respondents from -collecting taxes from the appellants as the section is no longer in force after the commencement of the 1976 act. in this behalf he submitted that if we were to strike down the provision, other educational institutions, who .....

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Apr 22 1983 (HC)

State Bank of India Vs. Hegde and Golay Ltd.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Apr-22-1983

Reported in : [1988]63CompCas581(Kar); ILR1987KAR2496

..... winding- up order in separate proceedings. i think this argument should be upheld. 20. next is the plea of limitation , mr. sen has definitely argued that prima facie all the claims are barred by time except the one to which i have already made a reference. it has been his ..... swamy contends that the law is well settled that acknowledgment of debt in balance-sheet does constitute acknowledgment in writing within the meaning of section 18 of the limitation act, 1963. mr. sundara swamy has placed reliance on several indian decision in support of his contention. first of them is a ..... its liability to the bank and that constituted sufficient acknowledgment of the debts in writing satisfying the requirements of section 18 of the limitation act, 1963 (corresponding to section 19 of the indian limitation act of 1908). 10. it is in the light of these rival intentions that the company court has to ..... a detailed reply on the sole ground that the chairman and managing director of the company were confined to bed and could not move about under medical advice and, therefore, could not give suitable instructions for the issue of the reply. that reply was dated march 26, 1980, and on ..... j.1. this petition under section 433(e) of the companies act, 1956 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'), by the state bank of india, bangalore (briefly 'the bank'), is for an order of this court winding up the respondent, hegde and golay ltd. (hereinafter referred to as 'the company'). 2. the petition was admitted on .....

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Apr 21 1983 (HC)

Management of theatre Sanjaya Vs. the State and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Apr-21-1983

Reported in : ILR1984KAR539; (1984)IILLJ400Kant

..... make such reference. where the appropriate government does not make such a reference, it shall record and communicate to the parties concerned its reasons therefor.' section 20(2)(c) of the act reads - '20. commencement and conclusion of proceedings : * * * *(2) a conciliation proceeding shall be deemed to have concluded - * * * *(c) when a reference is made to a court, labour court, tribunal or national tribunal ..... , which gave unfettered discretion to the minister to refer or not to refer a complaint to the committee appointed by him to go into certain questions under the said section of that act came up for consideration. the supreme court quoted with approval the speech of lord upjohn as follows : my lords, i believe that the introduction of the adjective 'unfettered' and ..... , introduces new dimensions to the procedure bringing into the situation many imponderables. what is or is not a case fraught with serious threat to industrial peace are matters of mere degree - and not of kind - and are all put into the scales when the appropriate government, in its discretion, forms an opinion as to power and the effects of its exercise ..... must depend on the circumstances of the case, the nature of the inquiry, the rules under which the tribunal is acting, the subject-matter that is being dealt with, and so forth. accordingly, i do not derive much assistance from the definitions of natural justice which have been from time to time used, but, whatever standard is adopted, one essential is that .....

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Aug 01 1983 (HC)

Srikantaradhya Vs. Kamalamma and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Aug-01-1983

Reported in : AIR1984Kant236

..... the word 'fraud' is not used in section 12 of the hindu marriage act in a general way and on every misrepresentation or concealment, the marriage cannot be dissolved. if the term 'fraud' is to be interpreted according to the definition given in the indian contract act then it would become impossible to maintain the ..... . 11 filed before this court by the appellant and the doctor of leprosorium has given his report with the letter dated 12-7-1979. in the medical report he has stated that the general and physical condition of the girl is good. he found patches all over the body. two on the face. ..... nullity because consent was obtained by fraud. there is no whisper about divorce in the petition. while, the learned civil judge has indulged in raising points 2 and 3, he did not raise necessary point in regard to the annulment of marriage. but, since the evidence is fully on record and the ..... petitioner prove that his consent was obtained by force or fraud?(2) does the petitioner prove that the respondent no. i was suffering from a virulent and incurable form of leprosy for a period of not less than ..... for the marriage. he further averred that the patch was curable and that the patch on the right cheek had disappeared. hence, respondents 1 and 2 prayed that the petition should be dismissed.4. the trial court raised the following points as arising for its consideration from the pleadings.(1) does the .....

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Apr 21 1983 (HC)

Kotrappa Haldal and Etc. Vs. State of Karnataka and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Apr-21-1983

Reported in : AIR1984Kant34; 1983(2)KarLJ49

..... offices would thereby get itself extended. that cannot be nullified by simply issuing another notification, withdrawing that notification, relying on s. 21, karnataka general clauses act. section 21 is in terms similar to section 21, central general clauses act. that provision has been considered by the supreme court in several decisions including in state of bihar v. d. n. ganguli : (1958)iillj634sc wherein it ..... may, by notification, for reasons to be stated therein, may extend from time to time the said term for a period or periods not exceeding one year. (2) notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1), a person who is a member of a market committee by virtue of being a representative of any institution shall cease to be such member on his ..... are, in terms, similar. i propose to 'tract one such notification, annexure-a, produced in w.p. no. 4813 of 1983 :'karnataka gazette published by authority (extraordinary) part-iv-26 (ii) bangalore, saturday, jan. 1, 1983 (pushya 11, saka era 1904) no. 4 rural development and co- operation secretariat notification no. rdc 1 mmo 83 bangalore, dated 1st january, 1983.whereas ..... proceedings respondent 1, state of karnataka, treating the earlier notifications issued by it extending the term of office of the members of the respective market committee as void, appointed respondent 2, the tahsildar in each case as the administrator to exercise the powers and duties of the a. p. m. c., concerned and this order is made under s. 130, .....

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