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Apr 30 1969 (HC)

Kanianwali Co-operative Farming Society at Kanianwali Through Its Secr ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-30-1969

Reported in : AIR1970P& H157

..... excess of the permissible area selected under section 19-b.'section 6 of the 1962 act is the crucial section which amended section 19-b ..... 19-b of the principal act,--(1) in sub-section (1 ..... in the following manner:--'in section ..... two provisions of the 1962 act which were deemed to have come into force on the 30th day of july, 1958, were sections 2(b) and 6. under section 2(b), the following words and figures were added to the definition of 'surplus area' as contained in clause (5-a) of section 2 of the principal act, as amended by the 1955 act:--'and includes the area in .....

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Dec 15 1969 (HC)

Ram Niwas Gupta and ors. Vs. State of Haryana Through Secy., Local Sel ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-15-1969

Reported in : AIR1970P& H462

..... the petitioners and the municipal committee. no plea has been taken in the written statements with regard to non-compliance of the provisions of section 46 of the act but the plea with regard to section 47 of the act was definitely taken. no replication was filed to the written statements and at the hearing of the writ petitions it has been accepted by the ..... learned counsel for the respondents submit that no exemption in accordance with section 70 sub-section (2) of the act had ever been granted because the sanction of the state government had not been obtained which was mandatory and apart from section 70 sub-section (2) of the act there is no provision in the act empowering the municipal committee to grant immunity from payment of a tax forever ..... and even under that sub-section immunity forever cannot be granted. in short the argument is that immunity from the payment of ..... before this full bench for decision. this judgment will dispose of both the writ petitions.2. the facts are that the municipal committee, bahadurgarh, decided to establish a mandi known as fateh mandi in 1916 and settled the terms of auction by resolution no. 8 dated november 20,1916. one of the terms of the sale, namely. no. 14, was that the mandi .....

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Mar 18 1969 (HC)

Gurdev Singh and ors. Vs. Mohna Ram and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-18-1969

Reported in : AIR1969P& H422

..... to him which is in excess of his permissible area, the purchase of the said land would, be void and ineffective because of the bar contained in sub-section (2) of s. 19-a. the vendor cannot, however, plead that whereas he gave notice to some other possible pre-emptor, he could not be expected ..... of the property and is entitled to rents and profits thereof. while approving the dictum of the privy council in deonandan prashad singh's case. air 1916 pc 179 their lordships of the supreme court held in air 1958 sc 838, as follows:-'the right of pre-emption could be effectively exercised or enforced ..... , and neither from the date of the original sale nor from the date of the suit; nor even from the date of the decree. in air 1916 pc 179, it was held that in a suit for pre-emption, ownership of the property does not vest in the pre-emptor from the date of ..... the decree are complied with. the supreme court has in this connection approved the rule laid down by the privy council in deonandan v. ramdhari, air 1916 pc 179 expressing the same view, namely that the actual substitution takes place when possession is taken under the decree. nothing happens at the date of the ..... the following observations before entering into the merits of the legal controversy:-'it does appear and is not disputed before us that the punjab security of land tenures act, section 19-a, does prohibit the acquisition of land by an individual beyond the permissible area which admittedly is 30 standard acres, and, if we could be .....

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Mar 06 1969 (HC)

Dalmia Dadri Cement Ltd. Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-06-1969

Reported in : [1969]74ITR484(P& H)

..... arose with respect to the assessment year 1953-54, whether the sum of rs. 6,00,000 fell under clause (xv) of sub-section (2) of section 1c of the act dealing with allowances which are to be deducted in computation of profits, this being : '(xv) any expenditure (not being an allowance of ..... copper mines ltd., [1965] 58 i.t.r. 241 (p.c.) has described the phrases 'enduring benefit' or 'capital structure' as purely descriptive rather than definitive. as stated in kanga's commentary on the law and practice of income-tax, sixth edition, volume i, at page 438 : 'the words 'permanent' and ' ..... the assessee-company to the managing agency as compensation for loss of the agency business was in the nature of revenue expenditure under section 10(2)(ix) of the act, 'inasmuch as the assessees were not nurturing or protecting a new business or purchasing anything in the nature of goodwill but only ..... sacrifice involved in forgoing sixteen years' commission, found that the sum of rs. 6,00,000 was a revenue expenditure deductible under section 10(2)(xv) of the act. in a further appeal to the appellate tribunal the finding with regard to the bona fide nature of the transaction reached by the appellate ..... everlasting. they merely indicate that the asset or right acquired must have enough durability to justify its being treated as a capital asset. what that degree of durability or permanence should be, depends upon the facts of each case.' 21. the expenditure incurred in the case in point will by any .....

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Mar 19 1969 (HC)

Mam Raj Chhoga and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-19-1969

Reported in : AIR1970P& H23

..... government.'8. this brings us to the concept of 'surplus area' which was defined in subsection (5-a) of section 2 of the act inserted for the first time by punjab act 11 of 1955. it means 'the area other than the reserved area, and where, no area has been reserved, ..... the landowner. while proceedings for surplus area were being taken amar singh and his brother indraj applied for purchase of lands under section 18 of the act before the assistant collector which they claimed had come under their tenancies and were not included in the reserved area of the ..... of reservation. the right of the landowner to eject tenants from the reserved or permissible areas was recognized in the act though under section 9-a (introduced by punjab act 11 of 1955) the tenants liable to ejectment on this score had to be accommodated in surplus areas; a minimum ..... which is deemed to be surplus area under sub-section (1) of section 5-c. . . . but it will not include a tenant's permissible area.'the creation of 'surplus area' avowedly is for the purpose of resettling tenants, and within its definition are comprised the lands falling outside the reserved, ..... permissible or selected areas of landowners other than the small landowners. though the term 'permissible area' had occurred in the legislation right from the beginning, its meaning and content did not assume a complete share till the amendments made in 1955 and 1962. it was visualised in section .....

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Jul 22 1969 (HC)

Sunder Lal and ors. Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-22-1969

Reported in : AIR1970P& H241

..... it was before the partition of the country) in exercise of its powers conferred by clause (b) of sub-section (1) and clause (b) of sub-section (2) of section 241 of the government of india act, 1935, though they actually came into force on 24th september 1943 when they were published in the punjab gazette of ..... credit and in making such recruitment special importance will be attached to the order in which categories of war service are set forth in the definition in rule 2, preference being given to those in the higher categories.5. in the case of a person who has rendered war service his period ..... and in making such recruitment special importance will be attached to the order in which categories of war service are set forth in the definition in rule 2 preference being given to those in the higher categories.5. in the case of a person who has rendered war service his period of ..... by the central or the provincial government, and(f) such other service as may hereafter be declared a war service for the purpose of this definition. note-- in making selections for government appointments after the war to posts reserved in any service or department for candidates with war service the order ..... by the central or the provincial government, and(f) such other service as may hereafter be declared a war service for the purpose of this definition. note-- in making selections for government appointments after the war to posts reserved in any service or department for candidates with war service the order .....

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May 08 1969 (HC)

Het Ram Lallu Singh and ors. Vs. State

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-08-1969

Reported in : AIR1970P& H85; 1970CriLJ352

..... occupier in possession thereof, the latter is disentitled to the right of private defence. the provisions of section 97 of the indian penal code, clearly envisage the right of private defence against any act which falls within the definition or the offences of mischief or criminal trespass or which is even an attempt to commit such an ..... weapons, the appellants would clearly be within their rights to use adequate force in retaliation. the injuries on lalu ram was a near fatal injury as the medical witness had opined that substance resembling grey matter of the brain was flowing from there. the infliction of such an injury and even an apprehension thereof clearly ..... trespass or mischief. the words of the statute are themselves explicit and are fully supported by authorities. in abdul hadi v. emperor, air 1934 all 829 (2) the complainants were excavating upon a portion of the land so as to make it fit for some purpose in manufacturing sugar. it was held that such ..... of november, 1967, at 6.45 p, m. dr. mrs. shakuntala bawa had examined balwant ram son of shiv lal and found one contusion 3' x 2' on the middle and outer part of the left thigh and it was opined to be the result of a blunt weapon and its duration was about three ..... by lalu ram, appellant. 5. dr. h. c. ohri performed the autopsy on the dead body of gopi ram on the 2nd november, 1967, at 2.30 p. m. and found five injuries on his person of which two were stab wounds and the other three were incised wounds. death was opined to be .....

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Nov 28 1969 (HC)

Ram Kanwar and anr. Vs. the State

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-28-1969

Reported in : AIR1970P& H301; 1970CriLJ982

..... at 720 p. m. and the injuries on their persons were found to be twenty-four to thirty-six hours old. the above narration of the medical evidence would show that the prosecution story that hari chand had been injured with lathis stands corroborated from the presence of the injuries on his person. the ..... present case in the light of the above observations, i find that no support could be taken against the accused from their plea that they had acted in the exercise of their right of private defence by only using their admission of the fact that they had caused injuries and leaving out of ..... of the accused so as to pick only a part out of these statements which was incriminating. the admission of the accused that they had committed an act which but for the explanation, would be an offence could only be used against them if the admission were taken as a whole. it was also ..... to examine whether the explanation furnished by the accused for his conduct is supported by the evidence on record. if the accused admits to have done an act which would but for the explanation furnished by him be an offence, the admission cannot be used against him divorced from the explanation.' in my opinion, ..... his brother ram kumar against their conviction under section 325/34 of the indian penal code and a sentence of eighteen months' rigorous imprisonment and a fine of rupees one hundred and fifty each imposed by the sessions judge, ambala, by his order dated 5th january, 1968. 2. the case of the prosecution, as .....

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Apr 03 1969 (HC)

Raunki Saroop Vs. State

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-03-1969

Reported in : AIR1970P& H450; 1970CriLJ1383

..... quarter of the appellant on october 19, 1967. she produced her clothes. memo pertaining to their recovery is exhibit p. a.7. smti. mohani kumari was medically examined at 10.00 a. m. on october 2i, 1967 by dr. shanti sachdeva. she gave the opinion that the girl was not (sic) accustomed to ..... given in the school certificate cannot be relied upon with implicit faith, especially when doubt has been cast upon the correctness of that age by the medical evidence adduced in the case. dr. shanti sachdeva has stated that the girl is fully developed and her age could be 20 years. on the ..... herself, her age was less than 18 years and as such the question of consent was inconsequential. in the result, he held the appellant guilty under section 366, indian penal code and convicted and sentenced as referred to above.13. shri baldev kapur appearing on behalf of the appellant has contended that in ..... appeal by raunqi saroop from the judgment of the sessions judge, ambala dated june 6, 1968 convicting the appellant under section 366, indian penal code and sentencing him to rigorous imprisonment for one year.2. the prosecution case is that smt. mohani kumari lives with her father dial chand in ambala cantt. there is a ..... nowhere sought the help of anyone either at delhi railway station or delhi bus stand or at bhiwani bus stand against the act of abduction of the appellant, if it could be that act at all. in fact, she herself gave a slip to her parents and left the house without informing them. it appears .....

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Jan 23 1969 (HC)

Dayal Saran Sanan Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-23-1969

Reported in : AIR1970P& H75

..... allowances for the period during which he had remained under order of dismissal. he then stated that in reply to petitioner's notice under section 80 of the code of civil procedure, he had been informed that he would get his arrears of pay and allowances which were within time ..... the respondents also referred to the judgment of a division bench of the madras high court in g. kothandaramiah v. secretary of state, air 1916 mad, 492. in that case it was held that under articles 458 and 464 of the civil service regulations, it is essential that an ..... be challenged in _ writ proceedings. the second objection is that the petitioner is estopped from filing this writ petition on account of his acts of omission and commission. by this the learned counsel for the respondents states was intended to be conveyed that the petition is barred on ..... e' to the return), and the earlier notification cancelling his permanent appointment was withdrawn. on october 24, 1962, the petitioner submitted an application (copy annexure a-2 to his replication) to the commander works, engineer, chandigarh, for the grant of four months' leave preparatory to retirement from january 1, 1963, to april ..... petitioner was confirmed with effect from august 15. 1947. the result was that with effect from august 15, 1947, the petitioner became a permanent superintendent grade ii in the military engineering service. under order, dated september 30, 1950 (annexure 'b' to the return), the petitioner, who had earlier been promoted to .....

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