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Dec 28 1989 (HC)

Oriental Fire and General Insurance Co. Ltd. Vs. M. Bhanumathi and Oth ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-28-1989

Reported in : AIR1990AP370

..... - (a) is issued by a person who is an authorised insurer...and (b) insures the person or classes of persons specified in the policy to the extent specified in sub-section (2)- (i) against any liability which may be incurred by him in respect of the death of or bodily injury to any person or damage to any property of a third ..... or reward' mean persons who are lawfully carried.8. in this connection, we may also refer to s.96(2)(b)(1)(c) of the act. section 96(1) makes the insurer liable to pay the amount due under decrees. exceptions to such liability are provided under sub-sec. (2) of s.96 which lays down the defences available to the insurer. under s. 96 ..... vehicle' means any motor vehicle constructed or adapted for use for the carriage of goods or any motor vehicle not so constructed or adapted when used for the carriage of goods, solely or in addition to passengers.'section 42 emphasizes the necessity for a permit ..... , is the liability covered by the act policy in case of death or bodily injury to the passengers and the insurer is liable to pay compensation?2. the facts are not in dispute. vehicles involved are lorries and passengers are carried for hire. a lorry is indisputably a goods vehicle as per the definition contained, in s. 2(8) which reads as under:--'goods .....

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Dec 26 1989 (HC)

Hyderabad Abrasives and Minerals, Hyderabad Vs. the Govt. of A.P. Fore ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-26-1989

Reported in : AIR1990AP257

..... by the amendment of the lease deed to win and remove felspar and quartz also in addition to mica, it cannot be said that the state government has violated section 2 of the act because thereby no permission for fresh breaking up of forest land is being given. the result of taking the contrary view will be that while the digging for purposes ..... that it is enacted to provide for the conservation of forests and for matters connected therewith, and ancillary or incidental thereto. the act consists of only five sections. the substance of the act is to be found in section 2. it reads :'2. restriction on the de-reservation of forests or use of forest land for non-forest purpose :notwithstanding anything contained in any other law ..... the decision of the supreme court in state of bihar v. banshi ram : air1985sc814 , that for granting renewal of a lease, prior approval of the central government under section 2 of the forest (conservation) act is not necessary, the full bench held that, since a renewal is also a grant, such approval is necessary. in this case, we are not concerned with the ..... the clearance/ cutting of 849 trees as requested by the appellant, it was obligatory upon the state government to obtain prior approval of the central government as required by section 2 of the forest (conservation) act. the learned judge disagreed with the appellant's contention that because the lease in his favour was executed prior to the coming into force of the said .....

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Dec 22 1989 (HC)

Miss Mona Dhand Vs. the State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-22-1989

Reported in : AIR1991Raj84; 1990(1)WLN326

..... v. samasingha service cooperative society ltd., (air 1982 orissa 38) wherein it has been held that a co-operative society which is a society within meaning of section 2(k) of orissa co-operative societies act is not state (within meaning of article 12 of the constitution of india and writ petition against it is not maintainable.24. gurpreet singh sidhu v. punjab ..... the government and the government has full control over its activities but since it was neither an agency nor instrumentality of the state, therefore, it would not come within the definition of 'other authorities' under the constitution. hon'ble five judges of the supreme court in sabhajit tewary (supra) has held that the council of scientific and industrial research is not ..... receiving 100% salary from the aid given by the state cannot be termed as an instrumentality of the state.gurpreet singh sinbhu v. the punjab university, chandigarh and daya nand medical college and hospital, (1983(1) slr 220) wherein it has been held that a writ petition does not lie against privately owned and managed non-statutory educational institutions, relying on ..... v. state of punjab (air 1982 p & h 228).m. n. siddeswaraiah v. managing director, bangalore district co-operative central bank ltd. 1984 lab 1c 1357 : (1984(2) slr 647) wherein, relying on vaishya degree college (supra), it has been observed that a co-operative society is not a stautory body and, therefore, no writ lies against such a society. similar view .....

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Dec 20 1989 (HC)

Mrs. Shaheen Begum and Others Vs. the Commissioner of Land Revenue and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-20-1989

Reported in : AIR1991AP84

..... ,000 square meters each by way of appurtenant land as provided under s. 2(g)(ii) of the act. s.2(g)(ii) of the act reads thus:section 2(g). 'land appurtenant' in relation to any building, means-(i) xx xx xx (ii) in an area where there are no building regulations, an extent of five ..... not deal with the property situate at yellareddyguda. as already stated, this property is 20,630-10 square meters in extent. it is the definite case of the petitioners that the entire land is water-logged, that no constructions on the said land are permissible, that in fact permission ..... 5) that a servant quarter or out-house will be entitled to land appurtenant under s.2(g) of the act apart from the land appurtenant left with the main building. it was held:'the definition of the word 'land appurtenant' further indicates that if there are more than one dwelling units ..... in fact, it is noticed from the order of the 2nd respondent herself that she was requested by the hyderabad urban development authority not to act upon its earlier communication. no reliance can, therefore, be placed upon the latter communications of the hyderabad urban development authority and the municipal corporation ..... learned counsel appearing for the petitioners, submits that both the respondents were in error in not granting to the petitioners various allowances permitted under the act in respect of various structures forming part of the first property and that both the authorities below also committed an error in treating the second .....

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Dec 14 1989 (HC)

State of Karnataka Vs. Chamundeswari Industries

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-14-1989

Reported in : [1992]84STC518(Kar)

..... becomes necessary to determine when they ceased to be goods of one taxable description and become those of a commercially different category and description.' the karnataka act itself clearly describes the goods in respect of which it brings them into the taxation net under one or the other entry. therefore, it follows that ..... court came to the conclusion that rice and puffed or parched rice are one and the same keeping in view the various provisions of the act referred to therein together with the history of exemption of parched rice and puffed rice and its cancellation and there was no separate entry in ..... regard to parched rice or puffed rice under that act. under the scheme of the karnataka act, however, the entries are separately given in that entry 138 of the second schedule covers parched rice or beaten rice and ..... parched rice and puffed rice are rice and therefore do not attract purchase tax under the karnataka sales tax act, 1957, while the assessing authority and the appellate authority had held against the dealer. 2. the entries with which we are concerned are entry 138 of the second schedule and entry 9 of ..... the fourth schedule to the act. they read as under : '138. flour and husks of pulses, atta, maida, soji and bran .....

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Dec 14 1989 (HC)

Shail Mehboob Ali Vs. the Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad and Secund ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-14-1989

Reported in : 1992(2)ALT158; 1991CriLJ1

..... section 75 of the madras city police act or under section 3, clause (12), of the town nuisances act; (d) persons who habitually tease women and girls by passing indecent remarks or otherwise; and ..... or sub-divisional officer : (a) persons who habitually commit, attempt to commit or abet the commission of, offences involving a breach of the peace; (b) persons bound over under sections 106, 107, 108(c) and 110(1) of the code of criminal procedure, 1973 (act no. 2 of 1974); (c) persons who have been convicted more than once in two consecutive years under ..... of 1973); (c) the employees' provident funds and family pension fund act 1952 (19 of 1952) (d) the prevention of food adulteration act, 1954 (47 of 1954); (e) the essential commodities act 1955 (10 of 1955); (f) the untouchability (offences) act 1955 (22 of 1955); (g) the customs act 1962 (52 of 1962) or (ii) any offence punishable under any other law providing for the prevention ..... stations their rowdy sheets can be maintained at all such police stations. (2) instructions in o. 735 regarding discontinuance of history sheets shall also apply to rowdy sheets.' in gopalanachari's case (1981 cri lj 337) (supra) the supreme court held (paras 5 and 6) : 'a closer look at section 110 of the code in the setting of peril to personal liberty .....

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Dec 13 1989 (HC)

V.K. Steel Industries Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Assistant Commissioner of Income-t ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-13-1989

Reported in : [1991]187ITR403(AP)

..... and there is no indication that the assessee has some more objection which would be placed before me only in the oral hearing. the case has, therefore, to be transferred.' 2. it is evident that these reasons were not communicated to the petitioner. we do not see any justification for withholding the reasons and, communicating only the conclusion, indeed, the reasons .....

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Dec 12 1989 (HC)

M.R. Babu Rao Vs. Sri Jaya Investments (P) Ltd. (In Liquidation)

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-12-1989

Reported in : (1997)1CompLJ416(AP)

..... with the sanction of the court, while sub-section (2) specifies certain actions which may be done by the liquidator without the need of ..... (b) whether the impugned order is invalid on any of grounds pleaded by the petitioner (c) to what relief is the petitioner entitled point (a) 6. according to section 460(2) of the companies act, the property of a company which is being wound up, is in the custody of the court, i.e., it does not vest in the official liquidator as ..... prior sanction of the court. however, sub-section (3) makes it clear that the exercise of any action of the liquidator in winding up by the court and the powers ..... in insolvency proceedings under the insolvency act. again, section 457 deals with the powers of the liquidator. sub-section (1) of this section specifies certain actions to be taken by the official liquidator .....

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Dec 07 1989 (HC)

Algemene Bank Nederland Nv Vs. Satish Dayalal Choksi

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Dec-07-1989

Reported in : AIR1990Bom170

..... engaged at hong kong for depending (sic) the suit, court-fee etc. about which i am not in a position at this stage to give any definite break up or documentary evidence.' in his renewed application of 7th november 1987 the defendant has been at pains to point out to the reserve bank that even ..... the hong kong supreme court fixed a date for hearing of the suit. the defendant got the hearing of the suit adjourned on the production of a medical certificate. the defendant also tried to delay the hearing of the suit by making an application for specific discovery, which application was rejected. thereafter in march ..... .29. in my view, in these circumstances, the case before me falls under the ratio laid down by the privy council in keymer's case air 1916 p.c 121. the decision of the hong kong court is not given on examination of the points at controversy between the parties. it seems to have ..... be said to be a judgment on the merits of the case?21. in the case of d.t. kevmer v. p. visvanathan reddi reported in air 1916 pc 121, the defendant refused to answer interrogatories which had been submitted to him. because of his refusal the defence was struck out. the merits of the ..... this guarantee which was given in violation of sec. 26(6) of the foreign exchange regulation act, 1973.32. section 47, sub-sec. (3), of the foreign exchange regulation act, 1973, however, provides as follows:47.(1) xx xx xx xx(2)xx xx xx xx xx(3) neither the provisions of this act nor any term (whether express or implied) .....

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Dec 06 1989 (HC)

B. Ramesh Vs. University of Health Sciences, Vijayawada and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-06-1989

Reported in : AIR1991AP1

..... no doubt graphic and even telling. what the learned counsel contends for is not the straightening out' of any ruck in the texture of the section but to remove a portion of it and weave into it a new one. this a court cannot obviously do.'23. this principle is applicable ..... where the president deemed it fit to make any particular university institution or course as statewide he has included the same in the definition clause 2(f) or schedule to the order. this particular course does not find place in the schedule. so long as it remains as ..... 86/1004. dr. madhukar 83/100candidates at serial nos. 1 and 2 were admitted to the said course. the petitioner who did his m.b.b.s. (first degree) from andhra university and m. s. general surgery from all india institute of medical sciences, new delhi, and who ranks third in the merit list ..... residential clarification for all public employment. soon after the formation of the state of andhra pradesh parliament enacted public employment (requirement as to residence) act, 1957 making special provision for requirement as to residence for public employment and brought it into force with effect from 21st march 1957. the constitutional ..... to exercise such jurisdiction, powers and authority including any jurisdictional power and authority which immediately before the commencement of the constitution (thirty second amendment) act, 1973, was exercis-able by any court other than the supreme court or by any tribunal or other authority as may be specified in the .....

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