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Dec 16 1980 (HC)

Rattan Singh Vs. D.R. Kapoor

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-16-1980

Reported in : AIR1981P& H153

..... for his residence but disputed has liability to ejctment and pleaded that the said building was a scheduled building within the meaning of section 2(h) of the act and as such its dominate purpose continues to be residential. the ret controller negatived the plea of the landlord, holding that the ..... one or more than one of the professions specified in the schedule to the act, partly for his business and partly for his residence would be a scheduled building within the meaning of section 2(h) of the act. it is also not disputed that the building was let out for a ..... of the building continues to be non-residential the conversion of a residential building into a scheduled building would certainly attract the provisions of section 13(2)(ii)(b) of the act and render a tenant liable for ejectment. the view expressed in tulsi dass's case (supra) therefore, cannot be sustained and ..... nature of the building so as to make it a non-residential one. that is why the legislature did not exclude it from the definition f residential building but termed it as a schedule building so that the landlord cannot evict the tenant on the basis that he requires it ..... portion is put to use for business purposes by the lessee mentioned in the schedule, such as lawyers, architects, dentists, engineers, veterinary surgeons and medical practitioner, including practitioners of indigenous systems of medicine, without the express permission in writing of the landlord, the said demised building might be taken out .....

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Apr 03 1980 (HC)

Des Raj Vs. Sham Lal

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-03-1980

Reported in : AIR1980P& H229

..... for his business and partly for his residence.'schedule to the act is reproduced be1ew;schedule 1. lawyers. 2. architects. 3. dentists. 4. engineers. 5. veterinary surgeons. 6. medical practitioners, including. practitioners of indigenous systems of medicine.' section 13 sub-section (2), cause (b), sub-clause (b), of the act, which envisages eviction of the tenant for change of user of the rented building or ..... land is in the following terms:'13. (2) a landlord who seeks to evict his tenant shall apply to the ..... is how the matter is before us.6 the subject-matter of lease transaction between the landlord and the tenant in generic terms is 'building' which, by virtue of inclusive definition to be presently noticed, inter alia, includes land and godown. hence before adverting to the rival contentions canvassed on behalf of the parties, reference to such provisions of the ..... has not been defined in the am, we do not take upon ourselves to attempt for giving any comprehensive meaning or definition to this word, but we are to take its ordinary dictionary meanings for the purpose of the act, so that the dispute between the landlords and the tenants may be resolved regarding the change in the user o! the .....

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Feb 11 1980 (HC)

Renuka Batra Vs. Grindlays Bank Ltd. and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-11-1980

Reported in : AIR1980P& H146

..... of the institute of medical sciences, which has been created under a statute it is submitted is not ..... engineer of the all india institute of medical sciences new delhi, is also not a public officer as contemplated under order 21, rule 52, c.p.c. because of its definition as contained in section 2(17) of the code of civil procedure. in view of the said definition the executive engineer, being en officer ..... as regards the question whether the officers of a corporate body are public officers or not, we are to see the definition as given in the code of civil procedure in section 2(17). the authorities of anna laticia de silva'a case (supra) and abdul ghani's case (supra) are not relevant ..... local authority. however, it has been specifically provided therein that the executing court may, order that the amount, shall, subject to the provisions of section 60, be withheld from such salary or allowances. whether the judgment-debtor or the disbursing officer is or is not within the local limits of the ..... jurisdiction to issue the order of attachment for money in the custody of executive engineer, all india institute of medical sciences, new delhi, which is admittedly a body corporate under the central act no. 25 of 1956.5. learned counsel for the petitioner referred to order 21 rule 52 and r. .....

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Jan 16 1980 (HC)

Om Parkash Vs. Municipality, Bhatinda and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-16-1980

Reported in : AIR1980P&H254

..... court in khan chand's case (supra) is of no help to the petitioners. in that case, the provisions of section 2 of the east punjab movable property (requisitioning) act were held to be violative of article. 14 of the constitution of india. the said provision even did sot provide that ..... provisions of sub-s. (c) of s. 192(1) of the act. the act was enacted in 1911 to make better provisions for the administration of municipalities in punjab. section 3 in chap. i deals with the definitions. chapter ii of the act deals with the, constitution of municipalities. chap. iii deals with the constitution ..... committee shall consider every objection or suggestion with regard to the scheme which may be received. by the date intimated under the provisions of sub-section (2) and may modify the scheme in consequence of any such objection or suggestion and shall. then forward such scheme as originally drawn up or as ..... spheres in which they are supposed to be of assistance to the citizens, have been elaborately provided for under the various heads in the act itself. section 192 is one ladder in the whole setup which authorises the committee to draw up a building scheme for built areas and a planning ..... consent of the proprietor; or (ii) which under the provisions of section 171, is declared by the committee to be, or under any other provision of this act becomes, a public street.'4, section 169 of the act, which falls in chapter ix, deals with streets and buildings, section 169(f) is as follows:--'i69 .....

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Oct 01 1980 (HC)

Union of India Vs. Amrik Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-01-1980

Reported in : AIR1981P& H87

..... come into existence near this land prior to the date of notification under section 4 of the act. there is a degree college and central school canal near pulsudhar (a bridge on the sirhind canal near village sudhar) which is at a distance of about 1 1 ..... site plan exhibit aw 4/1 and pritam singh qanungo rw 1. according to aw 2 joginder singh, halwara is a big village and there is a cinema-hall at a distance of about two furlongs from the acquired land and a marketing center had also ..... road and there is a huge shopping centre at pulsudhar.'11. this conclusion of the lower court is fully supported by the evidence of aw 1 malkiat singh and aw 2 joginder singh claimants, aw 3 bikram singh patwari, who has produced and proved the site plan exhibit a-1, aw 4 gurdev singh patwari halqa halwara, who has proved the ..... to a material extent responsible for the delay, for the damages suffered by him in consequence of the delay. (2) the provision of part iii of this act shall apply, so far as may be to the determination of the compensation payable under this section.' 7. thus it is apparent that s. 48-a reproduced above has been added only by way of .....

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Oct 08 1980 (HC)

Rattanjit Kaur Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-08-1980

Reported in : AIR1981P& H159

..... the appellantmakes a grouse of the inadequacy of the award of rupees 10.010/-,made in her favour by the motor accident claims tribunal, chandigarh under section 110-b of the act.2. rattanjit kaur, appellant an unmarried young girl of 26 years of age was employed as a clerk in the office of the punjab school education board and was drawing rs ..... . i find that no reasonable view of the matter has been taken. for instance for the extra diet which had to be given to the appellant to regain health under medical advice for about two years that is by the time she appeared in the witness box has been determined only at rs. 850/- whereas the claim of the father of ..... . somewhere in the month of may, 1979, her office was shifted from sector 17 chandigarh to mohali. during the course of her convalescence she had to take special diet under medical advice.7. man singh (p.w. 8) her father not only corroborated her in all material particulars, but also stated that he had to spend rs. 6,000/- on her ..... after).--rs. 850/- 3. loss pay--rs. 360/- 4. physical disfigurement of and disablement and loss of prospects of marriage.--rs. 2,000/- 5. attendance charges (6-1/3 months in bed) unreimbursed medical expenses (treatment continued even after 29-8-1977).--rs. 1,000/- 6. transport charges following the accident.--rs. 800/-total--rs. 10,010/-5. according to the learned .....

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Aug 04 1980 (HC)

Krishna Rani Vs. Chuni Lal Gulati

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-04-1980

Reported in : AIR1981P& H119

..... been repeated by her evidence the said stray allegation in the police report in question would not constitute cruelty of the kind envisaged in section 13 of the hindu marriage act. regarding the proceedings under ss. 107/151 of cr. p.c. against the husband the position taken by the wife be clear from ..... her to press their legs to which she did not agree and the quarrel started because of that. dr. ashok gupta r. w. 3, medical officer, general hospital, sector 16, chandigarh deposed to the fact that on 6th feb., 1978, he had examined krishna rani wife of chuni lal and ..... complained of pain on the anterior wall of abdomen left to middle just below umbilicus with slight tenderness present over the area and constitution 1' x 2' just below the left on the anterior aspect. in cross-examination he admitted that the injuries in question would have been received as a results of ..... ipse dixit. the two witnesses that she had examined had nothing to say about her conduct towards her husband and children. girdhari lal, r. w. 2, relation of petitioner wife merely stated that when krishan rani, petitioner wife visited mullanpur, she had many injuries on her person. on enquiry she had told ..... wife left the house on that day returning only to collect her cloths and jewellery in the absence of the husband and thereafter has been staying away.2. wife, shmt, krishna rani denied the allegation pertaining to the nagging and insulting behavior attributed to her. she has asserted that she had been dutifully .....

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Jul 15 1980 (HC)

Manjit Singh Vs. State Bank of India

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-15-1980

Reported in : AIR1980P& H317

..... has no discretion in matter. it has to take into consideration the degree of the default, the nature the stage of the proceedings for pas the appropriate o per. by way of analogy we might refer to o. 11, r. 21, civil p ..... - (a) the suit by the plaintiff where the plaintiff was ordered to pay such costs. (b) the defence by the defendant where the defendant was ordered to pay such costs.' 2. it is no doubt true that the language employed is peremptory in nature the use of the word 'shall' does necessarily indicate that a court which seized of the ease .....

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Jan 23 1980 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Central Vs. Sanjiv Kumar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-23-1980

Reported in : [1980]123ITR187(P& H)

..... of the important relevant factors for considering whether a particular scheme of things falls within the definition of the word 'lottery'. a lottery and a wagering contract are two distinct things. a scheme may amount to a lottery though none of the competitors is ..... such proceeds or a part of them or their equivalent by chance to one or more such takers or purchasers are indicia of a lottery.'7. from the definitions of the word 'lottery' as given by various authors, reference to which has already been made, it is clear that the element of chance is one ..... the assessee was of casual nature. on appeal, the aac reversed the finding of the ito and held that the assessee was entitled to exemption under section 80tt of the act. the tribunal dismissed the appeal of the revenue. at the instance of the revenue, the tribunal has referred the following question of law for the ..... law in allowing to the assessee the relief claimed by him on his income from m/s. rohit finance and chit fund company private ltd., under section 80tt of the income-tax act, 1961 ?'3. in i.t.r. no. 129 of 1979, the following question of law has been referred to this court for its opinion ..... will govern the decision of the question of law in i.t.r. no. 129 of 1979. both the references are, therefore, being disposed of by a common judgment.2. shri sanjiv kumar, assessee in i.t. ref. no. 128 of 1979, showed an income of rs. 12,000 from m/s. rohit finance & chit fund .....

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Aug 07 1980 (HC)

Devinder Singh Vs. Mangal Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-07-1980

Reported in : AIR1981P& H53

..... removed to the post graduate institute at chandigarh for better treatment for the compound fracture of the lower and right femur ad compound fracture of right medical malleolus. he was discharged from the hospital partially cured.3. mangal singh, respondent, preferred an application for compensation for a sum of rs. 60 ..... jarnail singh, respondent, was an independent contractor, then it would inevitably follow that the appellant cannot be vicariously saddled with the responsibility for his acts or for the unauthorised use of the vehicle while in his custody by a stranger or an employee of the independent contractor. it is significant that ..... the firm finding that it was tara singh, respondent, who was driving the truck when the accident took place. with regard to issues nos. 2 and 3, the conclusive finding arrived at was that mangal singh was not guilty of any contributory negligence and that the accident was caused due to ..... . whether at the time of this accident truck no. p.n.f 8078 was being driven--(a) by tara singh/(b) by jarnail singh? 2. whether magal singh sustained injuries due to negligent driving of the truck? 3. whether the injuries were caused to mangal singh by his own contributory ..... the vehicle's entrustment to a workshop for repairs is the meaningful question which arises for determination in this appeal under clause x of the letters patent.2. on february 23, 1968, at about mid-day mangal singh, injured respondent, whilst going on his bicycle, with in the town of moga, .....

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