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Aug 23 1963 (HC)

R. Jacob Mathew and ors. Vs. the State of Kerala and ors.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-23-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Ker39

..... the madras legislature for removing the disabilities in respect of the harijans, untouchables or depressed classes, by passing the removal of civil disabilities act, act 21 of 1938. that statute, especially the matters referred to in section 2 thereof, will clearly show the nature of the disability the depressed classes were suffering from.71. the learned advocate general, again, in ..... sc 649. after adverting to the circumstances under which the commission was appointed, as well as to the various recommendations made by the commission, the supreme court has definitely adverted to the views expressed by the central government in respect of the recommendations made by the commission. and it is the view of the supreme court that ..... attacked by all these writ petitioners.25. the allegations of all the petitioners in their affidavits, are that they have all applied for admission, either to the pre-medical or medical or engineering courses, and they have not been selected, though candidates with lesser marks have been selected. their grievance is that the rights guaranteed to them under ..... order ext. r-1. such a classification, according to the petitioners, is absolutely artificial, and cannot be constitutionally supported.27. the reservation for sportsmen and children of registered medical practitioners, is again attacked as purely artificial and having no relation to the object, namely of admitting students with qualifications into the professional colleges. the distribution of seats on .....

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Jan 11 1963 (HC)

Malabar Hill Co-operative Housing Society Ltd. Vs. K.L. Gauba and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jan-11-1963

Reported in : AIR1964Bom147; (1963)65BOMLR533; 1964CriLJ652

..... the code of criminal procedure. it would be seen that this is not a decision under the contempt of courts act and turns on the definition of the court given in sub-section (2) of section 95 of the act itself. the learned judge deciding this case has himself made the position clear. it is observed at p. 231 ..... : (of mad lj); (at p. 869 of air);'it has been held that the term 'court' in this section has a ..... hand, he becomes functus officio only when the case is withdrawn by the registrar in exercise of his powers under the proviso to sub-section (2) of section 54 of the act. it is not shown that the case was withdrawn from the (sic) of the opponent no. 3 by the registrar at any time ..... presence of the court, this court will have no jurisdiction to try, and the jurisdiction of this court is excluded under sub-section (2) of section 3 of the contempt of courts act. it is not possible for us to accept this contention. we nave already reproduced the abuses uttered by the first opponent, in ..... or legal representatives, etc., the dispute has to be decided in accordance with the provisions of the act. sub-section (2) of section 91 provides that when any question arises whether for the purposes of the foregoing sub-section, a matter referred to for decision is a dispute or not, the question shall be considered by .....

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Jan 18 1963 (HC)

inguva Ramakrishna Rao Vs. Samudrala Venkataratnam

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-18-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP69

..... the person who can sell stamps and could not depute the same to a clerk in view of section 34 of the court-fees act and section 69 of the indian stamp act. section 34 of the court-fees act reads as follows :'34. (1) the appropriate government may, from time to time, make rules ..... sale of stamps on behalf of the vendor himself. it is also contended that the prohibition contained either in section 34 of the court-fees act or section 69 of the indian stamp act is only a prohibition against any person other than a licenced stamp-vendor selling stamps in his own right ..... to the stamp-vending on behalf of the plaintiff, who is the person licensed to vend stampsis prohibited under section 34 of the court-fees act, 1870 and section 69 of the indian stamp act. in that view, the learned additional district judge allowed the appeal and dismissed the plaintiff's suit, and ..... for regulating the sale of stamps to be used under this act, the persons by whom alone such sale is to be conducted, and the duties and remuneration of such persons. (2 ..... ) all such rules shall be published in the official gazette, and shall thereupon have the force of law. (3) any person appointed to sell stamps who disobeys any rule made under this section .....

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Apr 18 1963 (HC)

Prabhakara Rao H. Mawle Vs. Hyderabad State Bank

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-18-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP101

..... pecuniary jurisdiction. therefore, in the absence of any order to the contrary by the chief judge of the city civil court under the provisions of section 12 of the hyderabad civil courts act, it was competent for the fourth additional judge to entertain e. p. no. 49 of i960. vide chaturbhuj marwari v. a.w. ..... that steps be taken to transfer the execution case to another competent judge and intimating that the case stood posted to 8-2-1960.on 1st february, 1960, the chief judge purporting to act under section 24, c.p.c. withdrew to his file e.p. no. 121 of 1959 from the file of the first ..... proper for the chief judge to transfer them to another suitable judge in exercise of the power conferred on him under section 12(1) of the hyderabad civil courts act. this was essentially an administrative act. if he had the power to make the transfer as a matter of distribution of business of the city civil ..... true character and legal effect of the transfer. the chief judge was entitled to make the transfer by virtue of the provisions of section 12(1) of the hyderabad civil courts act (36 of 1954), which reads :'the first judge of the city civil court may from time to time make such arrangements as ..... additional judge city civil court, hyderabad and transferred it to the file of the fourth additional judge, city civil court. this order does not appear to have reached the additional chief judge on 8-2 .....

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Feb 05 1963 (HC)

A. Ramachandra Rao Vs. A. Venkata Lakshminarayana Sastry

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-05-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP31

..... the ahsildar to make an enquiry in the manner prescribed and pass an order against which order an appeal is provided under sub-section (2) to the revenue divisional officer. a combined reading of sections 13 and 16 would show that on an application being filed, an enquiry has to be held, by the tahsildar and the ..... of the sugarcane delivered in the sugar factory by the tenants. but that certainly would not be a payment within the meaning of section 13 (a) of the act'.10. in parasuramulu v. suryanarayanamurthi, (1961)-2 andh w. r. 312, which dealt with the question of waiver by receipt of payment of arrears of rent, it was ..... order on 6-4-1959 by the petitioner there was default within the meaning of section 13 clause (a) of the act on the ground that the payment of the rent by the tenant through post is at his own risk.2. our learned brother expressed the view that where the landlord cannot be found and the ..... germane to the question for consideration.6. in (1959) 2 andh w. r. 463, by a bench consisting of the learned chief justice and ore of us had considered the language of sections 7 and 13 of the act. it was held that on the language of section 7, there can be little doubt that the deposit should ..... of the act, the requirements of section 7 which were that the agreed rent should be paid, have been complied with and if not, what is its effect. it was not there in dispute that the agreed rent had not been paid or deposited, and applying the decision of the bench (1959) 2 andh w. r. 463 .....

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Aug 22 1963 (HC)

Hotel Mazdoor Sabha Vs. Alvares N.J. and anr.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-22-1963

Reported in : 1964MhLJ540

..... widest possible application in connexion with the places referred to in the act. in developing his argument, he has mainly relied upon the definition of the phrase 'restaurant or eating-house' as contained in sub-section (25) of s. 2 of the act. the sub-section runs as follows : ''restaurant or eating-house' means any ..... right had no free entry could not, according to them, be considered to be included in the definition of the phrase 'restaurant or eating-house' as contained in sub-section (25) of s. 2. 12. it is clear that premises where supply of meals or refreshments for consumption on the premises is ..... college canteen at churchgate and the central railway staff canteen at victoria terminus are all restaurants or eating-houses as mentioned in sub-section (25) of s. 2 of the act. the contention is that at these canteens business of supply of meals or refreshments is carried on. the supply is made for ..... within the description of a class of his majesty's subjects within the meaning of s. 153a the body of persons must possess a certain degree of importance numerically. one cannot say that every group of persons is properly designated a class of his majesty's subjects. for example, i ..... of people can be described as 'a class of the public', two ingredients must be considered : (1) the group of persons must possess certain degree of numerical importance and must be a substantial body of the public. the persons constituting this body must have a common attribute or characteristic. 'a class .....

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Jan 29 1963 (HC)

K.T. Appanna Vs. Corporation of City of Bangalore

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jan-29-1963

Reported in : AIR1963Kant338; (1963)1MysLJ571

..... was power to fix such fee by a bye-law expressly conferred by clause (13) of section 367 of the corporation act, but, instead, that power was bestowed on the corporation by sub-section (2) of section 385. the fact that it was so done is in my opinion, the clearest indication ..... view that mr. venkataramiah's argument should not be accepted is the most revealing contrast between the language of sub-section (1) of this section and that of sub-section (2). sub-section (2) makes it clear and expressly states that the rates at which the licence fee should be paid are those ' ..... however, what is abundantly clear is that while section. 297 of the act prescribes a licence, there is no other provision in the act save sub-section (2) of section 385 which provides for the prescription of a fee for that licence. section 367 of the act which authorises bye-law to be made for ..... the corporation' occurring in that clause.11. i do not see any reason why we should take the view that, although sub-section (2) (a) of section 385 expressly states that the licence fee may be fixed by the corporation which means that it may be fixed by the corporation by ..... 2 lakhs of rupees for the purchase of lorries for the clearance of refuse which has been steadily accumulating and to the appointment of additional staff in the health department of the corporation.23. the other clauses of this paragraph of the counter-affidavit refer to the establishment of health centres in the different areas of the corporation for medical .....

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Aug 17 1963 (HC)

Gummadi Narayana Reddi and ors. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-17-1963

Reported in : AIR1964AP373

..... its regulatory provision. 13. there is thus no distinction so far as the main provisions are concerned between the impugned act and the madras act whose constitutional validity was upheld by the supreme court. we may add that section 2 (1) of the impugned act establishes definite criteria and standards in that it defines agricultural produce as produce of the land. we are, therefore, unable to ..... accede to the petitioner's contention that section 2 (1) confers uncontrolled power on the state government to notify commodities as agricultural produce. 14. it is ..... and that its laws are directed to problems made manifest by experience and that its discriminations are based on adequate grounds; and further that the legislature is free to recognise degree of harm and may confine its restrictions to those cases where the need is deemed to be the clearest.' 21. article 14, therefore, permits classification if there is a reasonable .....

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Sep 05 1963 (HC)

Shree Ram Vs. Ratanlal

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-05-1963

Reported in : AIR1965All83

..... transaction, no question of mutuality arises. the appellant's promise to re-convey the land is based on consideration. this consideration may be a promise for a promise or an act already performed in return for a promise. in the latter case the promise is enforceable because the promisor has already received consideration for it.9. it is true that to ..... being treated as a mortgage. this vei'sion is corroborated by the broker (radhey shyam p. w. 3) who arranged the transaction and by the scribe (kishan chand p. w. 2) who wrote out the two agreements. they both deposed that the parties discussed the nature of the transaction in their presence and the agreement was that the appellant would pay ..... specific performance. both sides led evidence in support of their respective versions. the plaintiff gave evidence himself and produced the scribe who wrote out the agreement (kishan chand p. w. 2) and the broker who is alleged to have arranged the transaction between the parties (radhey shyam nilam p. w. 3). he also produced one dhani ram who is alleged to ..... notice in reply to which the latter repudiated the agreement completely and wrote that it was not binding on him. thereupon the plaintiff filed the present suit for specific performance. 2. the defendant resisted the suit. he admitted having executed the agreement to re-convey the land but he gave his own version of the circumstances in which he signed it .....

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Feb 08 1963 (SC)

Bhikuse Yamasa Kshatriya (P) Ltd., and anr. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) a ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-08-1963

Reported in : AIR1963SC1591; [1963(6)FLR348]; (1963)ILLJ270SC; [1964]1SCR860

..... of big factories in the bidi and cigar industries, ifprotective labour legislation is to be enforced with any degree ofsuccess.' 15. application of factory legislation to protect the legitimate interestsof bidi rollers was therefore a crying necessity. the factories act, 1948extended the definition of factory. the bidi making industry was spread insmall units over extensive areas, and the working conditions ..... a person working in a factory, but not under acontract of service cannot be regarded as a worker within the meaning of thatexpression in s. 2(1) of the act.7. section 85 of the factories act which occurs in ch. ix provides :'(i) the state governmentmay, by notification in the official gazette, declare that all or any of theprovisions of ..... for manufacturing bidiswhose attendance was characterised by the features hereinafter set out, thatthey were not employed within the meaning of s. 2(1), and could not claim theprivileges accorded to workers by sections 79 and 80 of that act. the featuresnoticed by the court were, that there was no agreement or contract of servicebetween the owner of the establishment and ..... in exercise of the authorityconferred thereby, on the plea that the provisions of the section and thenotification issued thereunder infringe the fundamental rights of thepetitioners under arts. 14 and 19(1)(g) of the constitution.5. 'factory' is defined in s. 2(m) of the act as meaning 'any premisesincluding the precincts thereof :-(i) whereon ten or more workersare working .....

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