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Jun 11 1986 (FN)

Thornburgh Vs. Amer. Coll. of Obstetricians

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-11-1986

..... or induces an abortion when the fetus is viable commits a felony of the third degree. it shall be a complete defense to any charge brought against a physician for violating the requirements of this section that he had concluded in good faith, in his best medical judgment, that the unborn child was not viable at the time the abortion was performed ..... consequences attributed to them by the dissenting justices; the dissenting views discount the reality that the vast majority of physicians observe the standards of their profession, and act only on the basis of carefully deliberated medical judgments relating to life and health. plainly, the court today rejects any claim that the constitution requires abortions on demand." doe v. bolton, 410 u. ..... reporting provisions "that are reasonably directed to the preservation of maternal health and that properly respect a patient's confidentiality and privacy are permissible." but the reports required under the act before us today go well beyond the health-related interests that served to justify the missouri reports under consideration in danforth. pennsylvania would require, as missouri did not, information ..... ever suggested that a fetus is a "person" within the meaning of the fourteenth amendment. [ footnote 2/9 ] see roe v. wade, supra, at 410 u. s. 129 -147. [ footnote 2/10 ] he has, however, suggested that the concept of "liberty" is limited by two basic "definitions" of the values at stake. post at 476 u. s. 790 -791. like justice white, .....

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Apr 30 1986 (FN)

Diamond Vs. Charles

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-30-1986

..... go through to childbirth"); 4 (abortion subsequent to first trimester); 5(1), (2), and (3) (definition of "viability"); 9 (prohibition of saline amniocentesis after first trimester); 10(i) (certification as to nonviability or as to medical indicators for abortion when fetus was viable); 10(j) (reporting requirements for saline amniocentesis ..... 749 f.2d 452, 455 (ca7 1984). [ footnote 9 ] section 6(4) then provided: "no person who intentionally terminates a pregnancy shall intentionally fail to exercise that degree of professional skill, care and diligence to preserve the life and health of the fetus which ..... deciding whether the director had standing, we held that "the presence of [the employee] as a party respondent arguing for his coverage under the act assures that an admittedly justiciable controversy is now before the court." id. at 459 u. s. 305 . the basis for our holding was ..... ? 81-26 (1983). on june 30, 1984, the illinois legislature amended 6(1), overriding another veto of the governor. 1984 ill. laws, pub. act 83-1128, 1. the court of appeals addressed the constitutionality of 6(1) as it appeared prior to the 1984 amendment. see charles v. daley, ..... 1979, over gubernatorial veto, the illinois legislature amended the state's 1975 abortion law to provide for increased regulation. 1979 ill.laws, pub. act 81-1078. that very day appellees, four physicians who provide obstetric, gynecologic, and abortion services in illinois filed a class action in the united .....

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Apr 22 1986 (FN)

Aetna Life Ins. Co. Vs. Lavoie

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Apr-22-1986

..... interest in the outcome." in re murchison, 349 u. s. 133 , 349 u. s. 136 (1955). he went on to acknowledge that what degree or kind of interest is sufficient to disqualify a judge from sitting "cannot be defined with precision." ibid. nonetheless, a reasonable formulation of the issue is ..... the mobile infirmary hospital, where she remained for 23 days for a battery of tests. after her discharge, the hospital forwarded the appropriate forms and medical records along with a bill for $3,028.25 to appellant's local office in mobile, alabama. the local office refused to pay the entire ..... 5 to 4, in a per curiam opinion written by justice embry. appellant then filed an application for rehearing, and, before the application was acted on, learned that, while the case was pending before the alabama supreme court, justice embry had filed two actions in an alabama court against insurance ..... we postponed consideration of the question of jurisdiction pending argument on the merits. 471 u.s. 1134 (1985). we now vacate and remand. ii we are satisfied as to the court's jurisdiction over the question of whether justice embry's participation violated appellant's fourteenth amendment due process rights. ..... appellant raised this issue as soon as it discovered the facts relating to justice embry's personal lawsuits. pp. 475 u. s. 819 -820. 2. appellant's allegations, on a general basis, of justice embry's bias and prejudice against insurance companies that were dilatory in paying claims, were insufficient .....

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Jul 01 1986 (FN)

Posadas De P.R. Assocs. Vs. Tourism Co.

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jul-01-1986

..... [ footnote 3 ] appellant then filed a declaratory judgment action against the tourism company in the superior court of puerto rico, san juan section, seeking a declaration that the act and implementing regulations, both facially and as applied by the tourism company, violated appellant's commercial speech rights under the united states constitution ..... holiday inn hotel and sands casino, filed suit against appellee tourism company of puerto rico in the superior court of puerto rico, san juan section. appellant page 478 u. s. 331 sought a declaratory judgment that the statute and regulations, both facially and as applied by the tourism company ..... the puerto rico legislature thought that serious harm would result if residents were allowed to engage in page 478 u. s. 353 casino gambling; [ footnote 2/2 ] indeed, the available evidence suggests exactly the opposite. puerto rico has legalized gambling casinos, and permits its residents to patronize them. thus, the ..... to the puerto rico legislature's early legalization of horse racing, see act of mar. 10, 1910, no. 23, repealed, act of apr. 13, 1916, no. 28, see p.r.laws ann., tit. 15, 181-197 (1972 and supp.1985); "picas," see act of apr. 23, 1927, no. 25, 1, codified, as ..... amended, at p.r.laws ann., tit. 15, 80 (1972); dog racing, see act of apr. 20, 1936, no. 35, repealed, act of june .....

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Oct 01 1986 (SC)

Karnataka State Tourism Development Corpn. Ltd. and ors. Vs. Karnataka ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-01-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC2039; 1986(2)SCALE579; (1986)4SCC421; [1986]3SCR1008; 1987(1)LC253(SC)

..... agree with the interpretation of the karnataka high court having regard to the definitions of 'transport vehicle' and 'motor car' contained in section 2(29-a) and section 2(16) respectively. while a tourist vehicle may include a motor car, a motor car, by definition, excludes an omnibus. in the second place, we have no indication ..... or a goods vehicle'. a 'public service vehicle' is defined in section 2(25) as 'any motor vehicle used or adapted to be used for the ..... tribunal was correct and that the fourth sub-clause of the proviso to section 63(7) did not offend article 14 of the constitution.3. we may now glance at some of the relevant provisions of the motor vehicles act. section 2(33) defines a 'transport vehicle' as meaning a 'public service vehicle ..... placed before us 'a scheme for granting approval to tourist transport operators in india.' the scheme makes no reference to the proviso to section 63(7) of the motor vehicles act. on the other hand, it mentions that approval carries with it certain privileges, such as, allotment of ex-stc vehicles and that ..... in any other case. this is to be so notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in chapter-iv.4. the general scheme of the act in the matter of grant of permits for stage carriages and contract carriages appears to be that except in the case of a notified route .....

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Apr 03 1986 (SC)

S.G. Chemicals and Dyes Trading Employees' Union Vs. S.G. Chemicals an ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-03-1986

Reported in : [1986(52)FLR661]; 1986LabIC863; (1986)ILLJ490SC; 1986(1)SCALE1048; (1986)2SCC624; [1986]2SCR126; 1986(3)SLJ29(SC)

..... service, employment, handicraft, or industrial occupation or avocation of clause (c) of section 2 of the amendment act, 1982, the. definition of 'industry' given in clause (j) of section 2 of the industrial disputes act was substituted. clause (c) of section 2 of the amendment act, 1982, does not, however, appear to have been brought into force yet and in any ..... of dyes and instructions in respect thereof were issued from the churchgate division to the trombay factory. the work of making payment of salaries, overtime, conveyance allowances, medical expenses, leave travel allowance, statutory deductions such as for provident fund, income-tax, professional tax, etc., in respect of the workmen working at the trombay ..... (4) of section 2 of the bombay shops and establishments act. the said clause (4) is as follows :(4) 'commercial establishment' means an establishment which carries on, any business, trade or profession or any work in connection with, or incidental or ancillary to, any business, trade or profession and includes establishment of any legal practitioner, medical practitioner, architect, ..... engineer, accountant, tax consultant or any other technical or professional consultant and also includes a society registered under the societies registration act, 1860, and a charitable or other trust, whether registered or not, which carries on .....

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Mar 14 1986 (SC)

Umaji Keshao Meshram and ors. Vs. Radhikabai, Widow of Anandrao Banapu ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-14-1986

Reported in : AIR1986SC1272; (1986)88BOMLR432; 1986(1)SCALE681; 1986Supp(1)SCC401; [1986]1SCR731; 1986(2)LC319(SC)

..... the high court of judicature at allahabad and the high court at fort william in bengal was styled as the high court at calcutta. section 2 of the indian high courts act, 1911, amended section 16 of the indian high courts act, 1861, to enable the crown to establish by letters patent a high court in any portion of british india whether or not included ..... , c. 61). this act was amended in 1916 by the government of india (amendment) act, 1916 (6 & 7 geo. v. c. 37), and principally by the government of india act, 1919 (9 & 10 geo. v, c. 101). the government of india act, 1915, as so amended, is, under section 135 of that act, to be cited as 'the government of india act'. the government of india act introduced a scheme ..... of the state, namely, the executive, the legislature and the judiciary, and the distribution of governmental power among them and the definition of their mutual relation. the fact that the indian high courts act, 1861, and the government of india acts were passed by the british parliament does not make any difference. the british parliament is a sovereign and supreme legislative and constituent ..... within the limits of the local jurisdiction of another high court, the crown could by letters patent alter those limits in pursuance of the power conferred by the said section 113, letters patent were issued on february 9, 1916, establishing the high court of judicature at patna; on march 21, 1919, establishing the high court of judicature at lahore; and on january .....

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Dec 04 1986 (SC)

S.P. JaIn Vs. Krishna Mohan Gupta and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-04-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC222; 1986(2)SCALE931; (1987)1SCC191; [1987]1SCR411; 1987(1)LC182(SC)

..... residential builing' and the proviso uses the expression 'dwelling houses'. 15. our attention was drawn to the definition of 'building' and 'dwelling house' appearing in some acts. in the act in question, however, there is no definition provided, except that 'building' is defined in clause (i) to section 3 which is not relevant for our present purpose. it is therefore necessary to determine what kind ..... disentitle him to seek recourse to the urgency procedure of section 24-a of the act. 17. in busching schmitz private ltd. v. p. t. menghani and anr. : [1977]3scr312 section 14a of delhi rent control act, 1958 came up for consideration. this court held in the said decision that section 2(i) of the delhi act covered any building or part of the building leased for ..... use, residential, commercial or other. to attract section 14a of that act the landlord must be in occupation of residential premises ..... the statute in question in a particular case. for the meaning of 'dwelling house' it may be instructive to refer to the words and phrases legally defined second edition, volume 2 page 127 wherein it has been mentioned, inter alia, that 'dwelling house' meant a building used or constructed or adapted to be used wholly or principally for human habitation and .....

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Dec 09 1986 (SC)

Shivajirao Nilangekar Patil Vs. Dr Mahesh Madhav Gosavi and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Dec-09-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC294; (1987)89BOMLR65; JT1986(1)SC1071; 1986(2)SCALE977; (1987)1SCC227; [1987]1SCR458; 1987(1)LC88(SC)

..... might have moved in his private interest but enquiry into the conduct of the examiners of the bombay university in one of the highest medical degrees was a matter of public interest. such state of affairs having been brought to the notice of the court, it was the duty of ..... .) but could not get through and therefore she should be shown some favour. it was learnt that the respondent no. 2 informed the said dr. p.k. shah that he would definitely favour dr. mrs. chandrakala patil if she failed, provided the chief minister himself phoned him personally. the respondent no ..... erstwhile chief minister, we were reminded of the observations of this court in the state of uttar pradesh v. mohammad nairn [1964] scr 2 363 where this court reiterated that it is a principle of cordinal importance in the administration of justice that the power, freedom of judges and ..... and the appellant herein after receiving this message from the respondent no. 4 and from dr. p.k. shah accordingly contacted respondent no. 2 and requested him to favour his daughter.10. in paragraph 25 of the petition, the petitioner stated as follows:the petitioner states that on the ..... section 3 of the indian evidence act, 1872 applied the same standard of proof in all civil cases. there this court after referring to certain observations referred to the observations of the division bench of the calcutta high court in jarat kumari dassi v. bissesur. ilr cal. 245: 16 c.w.n. 265. the court thereafter referred to the definition of section .....

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Sep 12 1986 (SC)

C.G. Ghanshamdas and ors. Vs. Collector of Madras

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-12-1986

Reported in : AIR1987SC180; 1986(2)JKJ414[SC]; JT1986(1)SC432; (1987)1MLJ25(SC); 1986(2)SCALE414; (1986)4SCC305; [1986]3SCR754; 1986(2)LC722(SC)

..... also of the view that much reliance cannot be placed on the definition clause found in section 3(iv) of the act since the definitions given in that section have to be read subject to the context in which the expressions defined therein appear in the act. section 3 of the act states that in the act 'unless the context otherwise requires' the words and expressions defined in ..... for the appellants submitted that the expression 'order' in section 51 of the act can only mean an order as defined in section 2(14) of the cpc in view of section 3(iv) of the act which provides that expressions used and not defined in the act or in the tamil nadu general clauses act, 1891 (tamil nadu act i of 1891), but defined in the cpc, ..... decision in sahadu gangaram bhagade's case (supra) at page 150 reads like thus:section 11 provides for an appeal to the high court against the award made by the arbitrator. in the act there is no provision similar to sub-section (2) of section 26 of the land acquisition act, 1894 whereunder every award made by the land acquisition officer is to be deemed ..... found necessary to keep the properties under the continued requisition for a longer period. parliament, therefore, passed the requisitioning and acquisition of immovable property (amendment) act, 1975 (act ii of 1975) by which it amended the requisitioning act so as to extend by five years the existing maximum period for which properties could be retained under requisition and to provide for quinquennial revision of .....

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