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Jan 22 1973 (FN)

Doe Vs. Bolton

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-22-1973

..... that a person convicted of that crime shall be punished by imprisonment for not less than one nor more than 10 years. section 21202(a) states the exception and removes from 1201's definition of criminal abortion, and thus makes noncriminal, an abortion "performed by a physician duly licensed" in georgia when, based upon ..... (c) any solicitor general of the judicial circuit in which an abortion is to be performed under this section, or any person who would be a relative of the child within the second degree of consanguinity, may petition the superior court of the county in which the abortion is to be performed ..... older than our political parties, older than our school system. marriage is a coming together for better or for worse, hopefully enduring, and intimate to the degree of being sacred." " id. at 381 u. s. 486 ." the district court in doe held that griswold and related cases "establish a constitutional ..... the abortion was unjustified. (4) self-abortion. a woman whose pregnancy has continued beyond the twenty-sixth week commits a felony of the third degree if she purposely terminates her own pregnancy otherwise than by a live birth, or if she uses instruments, drugs or violence upon herself for that ..... be page 410 u. s. 219 approved in advance by a committee of the medical staff of that hospital. [ footnote 2/10 ] physicians, who speak to us in doe through an amicus brief, complain of the georgia act's interference with their practice of their profession. the right of privacy has no more .....

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Jan 22 1973 (FN)

Roe Vs. Wade

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-22-1973

..... , or (iii) that the pregnancy resulted from rape or incest, or illicit intercourse with a girl under the age of 16 years]." "section 2. [ penalty. ] any person who performs or procures an abortion other than authorized by this act is guilty of a [felony] and, upon conviction thereof, may be sentenced to pay a fine not exceeding [$1,000] or to ..... of abortion services; it should not delay the obtaining of these services." "c. psychiatric consultation should not be mandatory. as in the case of other specialized medical services, psychiatric consultation should be sought for definite indications, and not on a routine basis." "d. a wide range of individuals from appropriately trained, sympathetic volunteers to highly skilled physicians may qualify as abortion ..... that the procedure actually be necessary for that purpose. gradually, in the middle and late 19th century, the quickening distinction disappeared from the statutory law of most states and the degree of the offense and the penalties were increased. by the end of the 1950's, a large majority of the jurisdictions banned abortion, however and whenever performed, unless done ..... early anti-abortion statutes. first, while barring destruction of an unquickened fetus as well as a quick fetus, it made the former only a misdemeanor, but the latter second-degree manslaughter. second, it incorporated a concept of therapeutic abortion by providing that an abortion was excused if it "shall have been necessary to preserve the life of such mother, .....

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Jan 10 1973 (FN)

United States Vs. Kras

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jan-10-1973

..... pursuant to 28 u.s.c. 1252, the government appealed. we noted probable jurisdiction. 405 u.s. 915 (1972). i section 14 (b)(2) of the bankruptcy act, 11 u.s.c. 32(b)(2), provides that, upon the expiration of the time fixed by the court for filing of objections, "the court shall discharge the ..... . when i do get a job, i want to be able to spend my wages for the support of myself and my family and for the medical care of my son, instead of paying them to my creditors and forcing my family to remain dependent on welfare." he indicated that he was unable to ..... to be ignored as the dissenting opinions would do. moreover, the exclusivity of a state's control of marriage and divorce is a far cry from the degree of government control over relations between debtor and creditor, as mr. justice blackmun has pointed out. in a bankruptcy proceeding, the government, through the court, ..... b. upon the failure of a bankrupt . . . to pay any installment as ordered, the court may dismiss the proceeding for failure to pay costs as provided in section 59, sub. g. of the act. . . . " "c. no proceedings upon the discharge of a bankrupt . . . shall be instituted until the filing fees are paid in full." [ footnote ..... 8 months, his mother, and his mother's 6-year-old daughter. his younger child suffers from cystic fibrosis, and is undergoing treatment in a medical center. 2. kras has been unemployed since may, 1969, except for odd jobs producing about $300 in 1969 and a like amount in 1970. his last steady .....

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Apr 02 1973 (FN)

Lemon Vs. Kurtzman

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-02-1973

..... with the normal situation that governs judicial decisions. normally, they determine legal right and obligations with respect to events that have already transpired. by definition, courts decide disputes that have already arisen. a losing litigant has no equity in the fact that he "relied" on advice that turned out ..... shoe machinery corp., 392 u. s. 481 (1968); simpson v. union oil co., 377 u. s. 13 (1964); england v. state board of medical examiners, 375 u. s. 411 (1964). we have approved nonretroactive relief in civil litigation, relating, for example, page 411 u. s. 198 to the validity ..... there is no further potential for divisive political conflict among the citizens and legislators of pennsylvania over the desirability or degree of direct state aid to sectarian schools under act 109. two problems having constitutional overtones remain, but their resolution requires no compromise of the basic principles of lemon i ..... s. 63 (rutledge, j., dissenting), and in walz v. tax comm'n, 397 u. s. 664 , 397 u. s. 719 (douglas, j., dissenting). [ footnote 2/2 ] the rule of bruton v. united states, 391 u. s. 123 , which rejected delli paoli v. united states, 352 u. s. 232 , was given retrospective effect. ..... to be unreliable or wrong. [ footnote 2/2 ] a decision overruling a prior authority may at times deny a litigant due process if applied retroactively. see brinkerhoff-faris trust & savings co. v. .....

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Dec 21 1973 (SC)

Hukumdev NaraIn Yadav Vs. Lalit NaraIn Mishra

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-21-1973

Reported in : AIR1974SC480; (1974)2SCC133; [1974]3SCR31

..... limitation act as including a petition. it is, in our view unnecessary to examine the submission in ..... this context because even if section 4 of the limitation act does not apply, section 10 of the general clauses act will certainly apply to election petitions to be filed ..... and local enactments, unless excluded by any of them. the difference in the scheme of the provisions of sub-section (2) of section 29 under the two acts will be discernible if they are juxtaposed as under:section 29(2) of old act section 29(2) of new act where any special or local law where any special or local law prescribes for any suit, appeal or prescribes ..... the meaning of that section if during any part of its normal working hours it remains closed on that day. it was sought to be contended that even if the limitation act applies section 4 would not apply because an election petition is neither a suit, nor an appeal nor an application, notwithstanding the definition of 'application' contained in section 2(b) of the .....

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Mar 28 1973 (SC)

Bishambar Nath and ors. Vs. the Agra Nagar Mahapalika, Agra and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-28-1973

Reported in : AIR1973SC1289; (1973)1SCC788; [1973]3SCR777; 1973(5)LC562(SC)

..... on filthy or deleterious substance, shall be liable to conviction to a fine which may extend to fifty rupees. section 243 is in these words : 'the president, the executive officer, or the medical officer of health and, if authorised in this behalf by resolution, any other member, officer or servant of ..... incurred by the appellants for any period after september 20, 1945. the appellants ground their claim on the respondents' orders passed under section 244 of the municipalities act between september 17 and october 8, 1945. they say that the orders are invalid and malafide. the respondents seek to escape liability in ..... even though the accused had best intention) without effective regulation i order that the entire afta still be taken possession of by the municipal medical officer of health who will kindly regulate its disposal in consonance with considerations to the owner as is necessary to prevent its being used ..... dated october 8, 1945, the second respondent issued the following directions to the appellants under section 244 of the municipalities act : (1) the atta should not be sold for feeding animals kept for dairy purposes; (2) flour less than one full bag should not be sold to one individual; (3) there ..... kindly expedite action in this. copy of this order may be sent to medical officer of health immediately.'6. on september 17, 1945 the second respondent issued an order under section 244 of the u.p. municipalities act. the order was with respect to 2048 bags of atta seized by the .....

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Apr 10 1973 (SC)

V. Nagappa Vs. Iron Ore Mines Cess Commissioner and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-10-1973

Reported in : AIR1973SC1374; (1973)IILLJ120SC; (1973)2SCC1; [1973]3SCR943

..... the principles laid down in this ruling and if so, to what extenr, and whether section 2 of the act suffers from the vice of excessive delegation.9. in municipal board, hapur v. raghuvendra kripal : [1966]1scr650 the validity of the u.p. municipalities act, 1916 was involved. the act had empowered the municipalities to fix the rates of tax and after having enumerated the kinds ..... ore for financing the promotion of welfare of labour employed in the iron ore mining industry. so far as the mysore state was concerned, the act was brought into force from october 1, 1963. sections 2 and 3 of the act contain the crucial provisions thereof. as the arguments in this case centerd round the said provisions, it is necessary to set them out ..... of labour employed in the iron ore mining industry directed towards :-(i) the improvement of public health and sanitation, the prevention of disease, and the provision and improvement of medical facilities,(ii) the provision and improvement of water supplies and facilities for washing,(iii) the provision and improvement of educational facilities,(iv) the improvement of standards of living including housing and nutrition ..... .15. tested in the light of the reasoning adopted in the cases referred to above, we are of opinion that the act has furnished definite guideline for the government to exercise the power to fix the rate of excise duty.16. section 3 has specified the purposes for which the excise duty collected is to be utilized. we do not think that the .....

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Apr 24 1973 (SC)

Kesavananda Bharati Sripadagalvaru and ors.Vs. State of Kerala and anr ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-24-1973

Reported in : AIR1973SC1461; (1973)4SCC225; [1973]SuppSCR1

..... 14, article 19 or article 31. no challenge was ever made to these amendments.2098. the constitution (seventeenth amendment) act, 1964 came into force on june 20, 1964. this act, by section 2(ii) inserted a new definition of "estate" in article 31a(2)(a) with retrospective effect and added as many as 44 acts in the ninth schedule, thus extending the protection of the schedule to 64 ..... was on appeal from the decision of the high court of australia, reported in 26 c.l.r. 9. apart from the questions of interpretation of sub-section (6), section 6, of the industrial arbitration act, 1916 and the construction of the commission which was issued, the main question that was debated before the high court and the board was whether the legislature of ..... as a repeal, although it may operate as a repeal to a certain degree. a repeal is the abrogation or destruction of a law by a legislative act. hence we may see that it is the effect of the legislative act which determines its character". the first part of this definition may be compared with the meaning indicated by wanchoo, j. in golaknath' ..... article 368 provides amendment of this constitution which obviously means the whole constitution including every provision. in a constitution different methods of amendment may be laid down depending upon the degree of importance attached to particular parts of the constitution. apart from the language of article 368 the draft constitution as it emerged through the constitutuent assembly shows that no .....

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Oct 30 1973 (SC)

Narayan Bhondeo Pimputkar and anr. Vs. Laxman Purshottam Pimputkar and ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-30-1973

Reported in : AIR1974SC111; (1974)1SCC11; [1974]2SCR116

..... in dispute which was awarded in favour of the respondent has become inexecutable because of the coming into force of the act. it would, therefore, be necessary to refer to the relevant provisions of the act. section 2 contains the definitions. according to section 2(7), 'hereditary patelship' means every village office of a revenue or police patel held hereditarily under the existing watan law ..... in respect of such patel watan has or has not been effected. 'unauthorised holder' has been defined in section 2(14) to mean a person in possession of a watan land without any right or under a lease, mortgage, sale, gift or any other kind of transfer thereof, ..... the settlement of boundaries or other matters of civil administration of a village and includes such office even where the services originally appertaining to it have ceased to be demanded. section 2(11) defines 'patel watan' to mean a watan held under the existing watan law for the performance of duties appertaining to the hereditary patelship whether any commutation settlement ..... the bombay land revenue code applicable to disposal of unoccupied unalienated land. section 22 contains the saving clause and reads as under :22. nothing contained in this act shall affect(i) any obligation or liability already incurred under an incident of a patel watan before the appointed day, or(ii) any proceeding or remedy in respect of such obligation or liability, .....

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Dec 11 1973 (SC)

Raval and Co. Vs. K.G. Ramachandran and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-11-1973

Reported in : AIR1974SC818; (1974)1SCC424; [1974]2SCR629

..... ) and the division bench respectively. before we go further into a discussion of the questions that arise :it is necessary to look into certain relevant provisions of the act. clause (6) of section 2 of the act defines landlord thus : "landlord" includes the person who is receiving or is entitled to receive the rent of a building, whether on his own account .or on ..... of the act under considerations show that the are to take effect notwithstanding any contract even during the subsistence of the contract. we have already referred to the definition of the terms 'landlord' and 'tenant' which applies both to subsisting tenancies as well as tenancies which might have come to an end. we may also refer to the provision in section 7(2) which ..... the view taken by the madras high court was a casual observation made without examining the scheme of the madras act and no validity could attach to it. we fail to see-how such an argument can possibly be advanced with any degree of plausibility. it is clear from the dis- cussion of the madras decision which we find in the judgment ..... of court that the attention of this court was specifically directed to the reasoning of the madras decision which proceeded on the basis that s. 7 of the madras act had its own self-contained scheme .....

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