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Sep 28 1973 (HC)

State of U.P. Vs. Reishma Devi and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-28-1973

Reported in : AIR1974All257

..... of remittance of the award was evidently passed by the lower court in accordance with the provisions contained in sub-section (2) of section 16 which says: 'where an award is remitted under sub-section (1) the court shall fix the time within which the arbitrator or umpire shall submit his decision to ..... section (2) of section 16 again significantly contemplates remittance of the award and not part of the award. our view that there can be no confirmation of part of the award and remittance of another part to the arbitrator under section 17 is reinforced by the provision contained in sub-section (3) of section 16 of the act ..... argument assailing the maintainability of that appeal. learned counsel submits that this appeal _was not maintainable as no appeal is provided under section 39 of the arbitration act against an order of remittance of the award. on this point we have heard learned counsel for the parties and we are ..... remembrancer to u. p. government. the arbitrator made an award on 10-10-1965. against this award the appellant-defendant filed objections under section 30 of the arbitration act with a prayer that the award may be set aside. the respondents-plaintiffs also filed objections. on hearing these objections the additional judge ..... state of u. p. on the other by which sita ram gupta was given a contract for building three storeyed ward in the king georges medical college, lucknow. this work was to start from 20-10-1948 and to be completed by 18-10-1949. the work according to the .....

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Mar 29 1973 (HC)

Indian Institute of Technology Vs. Mangat Singh

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-29-1973

Reported in : 9(1973)DLT475; (1974)IILLJ191Del

..... 1962 1 w. l. r. 1411, (34). (35) finally, where the employee is a 'workman' working in an 'industry' within the meaning of clauses (s) and (j) of section 2 of the industrial disputes act, 1947, a dispute relating to his employment or non-employment or the terms of employment may become an 'industrial dispute' within the meaning of clause (k) thereof. if ..... was not a 'local authority' within the meaning of section 3(31) of the general clauses act. but none of these reasons substantially diminish the ..... the state of bombay, : [1964]3scr686 the state transport corporation established under the bombay state road transport act, 1950 was held to be a 'company' within the meaning of the land acquisition act. this was because of the peculiar definition of a 'company' in that act meaning even a statutory corporation incorporated by 'an indian law'. it was also held that such a corporation ..... statutory force of the regulations made under section 32 by the .....

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Feb 09 1973 (HC)

Beeravu and ors. Vs. Kathiymma and ors.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Feb-09-1973

Reported in : AIR1973Ker226

..... and which according to me is substantial. new terms had been incorporated in the limitation act. 1963 in the definition section. i am referring to sections 2 (a) and 2 (b). section 2 (a) defines the term 'applicant' and that includes a petitioner and section 2 (b) defines the term 'application' and that includes a petition-apparently this may ..... that article. these words of limitation were 'under the code of civil procedure'. if, by reason of reading thecorresponding article 137 along with the definition of the term 'application', there is no scope to read into the article any restriction or limitation, that is the end of the matter. ..... is to provide a period of limitation for original petitions and applications under special laws as there is no such provision now. consequential alterations in the definition of the word 'applicant' should also be made'.though the law commission suggested 'application' to be defined as including 'petitions, original or otherwise' ..... motion made to a court seeking to invoke its inherent powers would not be limited by a period of limitation prescribed under the limitation act.4. section 151 of the code of civil procedure saves the inherent power of the court. it says-'nothing in this code shall be deemed ..... has a duty to exercise. it is true that the party may remind the court that it should so exercise it. true that the degree of compulsion on the court may vary depending on the circumstances. as i have pointed out earlier, the duty may be very heavy when .....

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Feb 28 1973 (HC)

South India Viscose Ltd. Vs. Textiles Committee and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-28-1973

Reported in : [1973]91ITR595(Mad)

..... standards have been fixed in regard to this product. on the other hand, the committee has in exercise of the powers conferred by section 23 read with clauses (c), (d) and (e) of sub-section (2) of section 4 of the act framed regulations dated november 30, 1972, called the man-made fibre fabrics (inspection) regulations, 1972, laying down details of inspection criteria, ..... examination, confirms our view. the textiles fund has other sources of contribution and the money in the fund is available for carrying out the purposes of the act.(section 7(2)(b) of the act). the expenses for any other service which the committee may render to the manufacturers of textiles and textile machinery other than the levy of fees for inspection ..... for internal marketing and export and that a contravention of such standard so laid down in regard to any textiles or textile machinery is made an offence punishable under section 17(2) of the act.31. on january 9, 1967, the committee issued a public notice addressed to the appellant among others similarly situate like them, enclosing a questionnaire requesting suggestions ..... both for internal marketing and export purposes and the manufacture and use of standard types of textile machinery. section 4(2) particularises the various functions which the committee may take without prejudice to the generality of the provisions of section 4(1) of the act. the committee has not laid down any standard specifications for production of textiles for internal consumption, but .....

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Jun 26 1973 (HC)

Khemchand thengumal Rajpal Vs. S.C. Gupte

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jun-26-1973

Reported in : (1974)76BOMLR511

..... , which, in our opinion, is not assailable, mr. lokur, the learned counsel appearing for the respondents, drew our attention to the definition of liquor contained in section 2(0, which is as follows:2.(1) 'liquor' includes spirits of wine, ethylated or denatured spirits, spirits, wines, toddy, beer, feni and all liquids consisting of or ..... . it is a well-settled rule of law that all charges upon the subject must be imposed by clear and unambiguous language, because in some degree they operate as penalties: the subject is not to be taxed unless the language of the statute clearly imposes the obligation, and language must not ..... bulk litre.(4) country liquor 1.00 per proof litre.(5) rectified spirit or absolute alcohol except when used for manufacture of liquor or for medical purposes 0.50 per proof litre.(6) for blending of country liquor. 0.50 per bulk litrein addition tothe duty onmanufacture.part brates of countervailing duty ..... 4 of part a of the schedule.10. mr. sorabjee has drawn our attention to the schedule annexed to the goa, daman and diu excise duty act, 1964, which also seems to have been drafted by the ministry of law, government of india, in which denatured spirit is mentioned as sr. no. ..... be strained in order to tax a transaction which, had the legislature thought of it, would have been covered by appropriate words. 'in a taxing act', said rowlatt j., 'one has to look merely at what is clearly said. there is no room for any intendment. there is no equity about a .....

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Jan 12 1973 (HC)

Subash Chander and ors. Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-12-1973

Reported in : AIR1974P& H54

..... before the investigating officer later the same day. both of them are disinterested witnesses and sham lal was studying for his master of arts degree in those days. both these witnesses are definite that the bus was not going at a fast speed. the photographs, exhibits r. w. 8/1 to r.w. 8/8 ..... class in the tests and his parents were quite affluent. the parents had claimed a sum of rs. 30,000/- as damages under sections 1a and 2 of the fatal accidents act but the district judge had granted them a sum of rs. 6,000/- only. the appeal had been dismissed by their lordships of ..... . 5,000/- by the time he was due to retire. after his retirement, he would have lost perquisites like the government residence at reasonable rent and medical reimbursement etc. his pension of about rs. 270/- per month would have been only sufficient for a reasonably comfortable living for himself and his wife. his ..... the heirs who could file a claim and the right to be compensated was not necessarily restricted to the heirs mentioned in section 1a of the fatal accidents act. even if the motor vehicles act can be given a wider scope on just grounds in certain matters, the basic principles for granting compensation would however remain ..... subject to all the risks of life such as illness, accident and death was also taken into account. in bishen das v. ram labhava. air 1916 lah 133(2) a brother was found not entitled to any compensations even though he was living jointly with the deceased. the same view was taken by a .....

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Jun 22 1973 (HC)

Maniben Chhotubhai and ors. Vs. Kacharabhai Bhulabhi

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jun-22-1973

Reported in : (1974)15GLR209

..... appeal against an appellate decision in such proceedings is barred by sub-section (2) of section 29. though second appeals in execution proceedings he by virtue of section 100 read with section 2(2) and section 47 of the code of civil procedure (and not by virtue of section 47), they are barred by (2 of the bombay rent act in the proceedings instituted to execute decrees to suits governed by ..... months immediately preceding, the death of the tenant, as may be decided in default of agreement by the court, will also be included within the definition of the word, 'tenant' given in section 5(11) of the act. admittedly, present petitioners who are the legal representatives of deceased chhotubhai, were residing with him at the time he died and admittedly, the premises in ..... possession of the suit property under the decree passed on the basic of the consent terms.15. mr. mehta has invited our attention to the definition of the word 'tenant' given in section 5(11) of the act, which reads as under:'tenant' means any person by whom or on whose account rent is payable for any premises and includes.xxx xxx xxx ..... with or without the assent of the landlord, when the premises were let to him or to his predecessor before the commencement of the ordinance. clause (c) includes in the definition the members of the family of a tenant, statutory or contractual residing with him at the time of his death, as may be decided in default of agreement by the .....

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Aug 29 1973 (HC)

Ganga Sugar Corporation Ltd. and ors. Vs. Sukhbir Singh and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Aug-29-1973

Reported in : AIR1974All113

..... and to have foreseen that if they occurred the result would be that his negligence would lead to mischief.'in ruoff v. long and co., (1916) 1 kb 148 it was laid down that:--'a person lawfully leaving his property unattended in a highway must take reasonable means to prevent such mischief ..... the effective and proximate cause of the accident. he was liable for the damages for the injuries caused to sukhbir singh. since the driver was acting in the course of his employment, his master the ganga sugar corporation limited was also liable for the same.16. the last point urged by ..... hold that a person lawfully leaving a vehicle standing unattended in a highway can in no circumstances be held responsible for damage through the intervening act of a third party. the circumstances might be such that he ought to recognise that he was offering a temptation or invitation to another to ..... of appeal that a master is liable has negligence of his servant whereby opportunity was given for a third person to commit a wrongful or negligent act immediately producing the damage complained of. the negligence of the servant must be the effective cause of the damage. the servant's carelessness in not ..... , j.1. this is an appeal against the order of the district judge, saharanpur, acting as the motor accident claims tribunal, awarding a sum of rupees 10,400/- as compensation to sukhbir singh, respondent no. 1, against the appellants.2. appellant no. 1 ganga sugar corporation limited, deoband, owns a jeep no. usv 5511 .....

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Nov 27 1973 (HC)

Bibi Balbir Kaur Kathuria Vs. Raghubir Singh Kathuria

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-27-1973

Reported in : AIR1974P& H225

..... rs. 100/- per month with effect from the date (15-4-1972) of her application made in the court of first instance under section 24 of the act. there is no interference with the amounts fixed as litigation expenses in the two courts. the parties shall bear the costs incurred by them ..... also been held by a division bench of this court in usha v. sudhir kumar, ilr (1973) 2 punj and har 248, that in the wife's application under section 24 of the act, the provision for necessities of the minor children can also be taken into account while fixing the quantum or ..... we have also to keep in mind that both the children are not keeping good health and the mother has to bear the expenses of their medical treatment. considering the times, the expense of bringing up the two minor children with indifferent health would be quite heavy. according to the accepted notions ..... and her husband shri raghbir singh, respondent, is a foreign qualified engineer. she feels, naturally, aggrieved and has come up in appeal.2. the parties were married in 1965 and could live together for hardly a couple ..... section 24 of the act. the husband's application for interim maintenance was dismissed and he has not filed any appeal. the wife, shrimati balbir kaur, m.a., b.ed., was granted interim maintenance at the rate of rs. 35/- per months by the learned trial court in spite of the fact that she is possessed of multiple academic degrees .....

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Apr 10 1973 (HC)

Shaik Basha and anr. Vs. Station House Officer

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-10-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP72

..... that the amount was kept there by the petitioners intending to use it for side betting. the police raided and arrested the petitioners and others.2. section 12 of the act reads thus :'whoever is found gaming with cards, dice, counters, money or other instruments of gaming in any public street , place or ..... darts' can be said to be gaming or not . i do not think there can be any difficulty. as per the definition given for the term 'gaming' in the act, any play which includes wagering or betting comes under gaming. therefore according to the allegation what the petitioners were found playing is ..... house in which the accused were found playing cards for money is not a public place within the meaning of section 12 of the act.8. in the decision emperor v. govindarajulu, air 1916 mad 474 the accused was procuted for disorderly behavior in a place of public resort (to wit, the grounds ..... of the madras harbour) an offence under section 75 of the madras city police act. the presidency magistrate acquitted the accused on the ground that ..... the decision khudi sheikh v. king emperor , (1901-02) 6 cal wn 33 the calcutta high court was considering a case under section 11 of the bengal gambling act, ii of 1867, whereunder it was provided that a police officer may apprehend without warrant any person found playing for money etc., in any public .....

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