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Mar 07 1973 (HC)

Central Ware - Housing Corporation, New Delhi Vs. Central Bank of Indi ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-07-1973

Reported in : AIR1973AP387

..... the corporation on merits, we may usefully refer to some of the provisions in the hyderabad warehouses regulation 1358 fasli. the regulation extends to the whole of the hyderabad state. section 2(b) defines ' depositor ' as meaning a person or firm which tenders goods to the warehouseman for storing in his warehouse and includes any person who lawfully holds the receipt ..... and it cannot be said that any cause of action can be said to have arisen at hyderabad within the meaning of second part of explanation ii to section 20.18. section 3(2) of the warehousing corporation act, 1962 states that the head office of the central warehousing corporation shall be at new delhi. the very words ' head office ' must mean that there ..... shall without a licence carry on the business of a warehouseman or represent or hold himself out as a warehouseman. warehouseman is defined in section 2(i) as a person or firm holding a licence for issuing under section 27 receipts for goods stored in his warehouse. chapter iii of the regulation provides for the duties of the warehouseman. chapter iv provides for ..... receipts were not issued subject to confirmation by the head office at delhi. the warehouseman of the defendant corporation functions without any reference to the head office at delhi and definitely transacts business. in the conduct of this business the 2nd defendant corporation having located its warehouse in hyderabad is governed by the hyderabad warehouses regulation and the rules made thereunder .....

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Apr 13 1973 (HC)

Gaddam China Kondaiah Vs. Gaddam Pedda Kondaiah

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-13-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP238

..... for the settlement of the dispute, cannot be given effect to. the stamp act being a special act, the definition of the word 'award' used in section 2(b) apply according to the respondent's counsel. as pointed out earlier, there is no definition of the word 'award' as given in the arbitration act .7. in the light of the foregoing discussion, i shall examine the ..... otherwise than by an order of the court in this course of a suit.'the expression 'award' is not defined under the indian stamp act, we have, therefore , to look to the arbitration act , 1940. section 2(a) of the arbitration act defines 'arbitration agreement' as 'a written agreement to submit present or future differences to arbitration. whether an arbitrator is named therein or ..... contents of the documents , in order to find out whether it is an award within the meaning of article 12 of the stamp act ..... other an arbitrator is named therein or not.' under section 2(b) , 'award' means 'an arbitration award'. section 47 read with sections 2(a) and 2(b) defining 'arbitration agreement' and 'award' respectively, makes it abundantly clear that any arbitration proceeding is governed by the provisions of the act. there can be no award within the meaning of section 2(b) without an agreement in writing, any decision .....

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Oct 30 1973 (HC)

In Re: Javvaji Venkateshwarlu

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-30-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP319

..... direction, and the time taken for compliance by the party shall be time taken by the court as time requisite for supplying copies.5. for analogy we may refer to section 1498, c. p. c., where the whole or any part of any fee prescribed for any document by the law for the time being in force relating to court-fees ..... the deposit of copy stamps or printing charges, as the time spent by him due to carelessness or negligence.9. when the court requires a party to do a particular act by a particular time the party will be within his right in doing it within the time and he cannot be penalised for what he has done according to the ..... time cannot run against the appellant. as this case relates to a combined calculation, i do not think, that this case has any application to the facts of present case.2. the other cases mentioned in the office note saying that the six days lost, by the carelessness or the negligence of the party, should not be allowed in favour of .....

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Sep 20 1973 (HC)

Andhra Pradesh Wakf Board, Hyderabad Vs. Alapati Mangamma and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-20-1973

Reported in : AIR1975AP8

..... alienated the said lands, and therefore the plaintiff should be called upon to furnish full particulars. that application was filed under order vi, rule 5 read with section 151, c. p. c. the application was heard on 11-12-1968 and the learned subordinate judge passed an order directing the plaintiff to furnish full ..... lower court and the b. diary we do not find that any such petition or statement was filed by the plaintiff on 1-1-1969 or on 2-1-1969 respectively as contended for by the learned counsel. the learned counsel also, could not substantiate with reference to any record, that any such application ..... been filed. 3. sri munwar ali baig contended that on 1-1-1969 the plaintiff filed an application for extension of time and also a statement on 2-1-1969 furnishing the particulars with regard to some of the lands mentioned in the plaint schedule, and the lower court should have therefore extended the time ..... be pleased to pass judgment and decree in favour of the plaintiff. 1. for the recovery of possession of the suit schedule properties after ejecting the defendants therefrom. 2. for costs of the suit. 3. for such other and further reliefs as are necessary in the circumstances of the case. 'plaint schedules. no.t.d. ..... (act 20 of 1954 central) the waqf board notified the said lands to be want properties by a notification published in the andhra pradesh gazette part ii dated 19-4-1962 (pp 440 and 441;. 5. sri mohammed abdul rahaman and his heirs alienated ac. 13-11 cents in the above .....

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Dec 12 1973 (HC)

Mothika Mutyalu and anr. Vs. Mothika Appayyalingam and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-12-1973

Reported in : AIR1975AP19

..... their appeal, gives rise to a short question of law. whether or not the after-born sons can take advantage of the extended period of limitation provided under section 6 of the limitation act, 1963 ?2. in order to appreciate the scope of the question, it is necessary to briefly refer to the material facts which are not in dispute and which lie ..... family to set aside his father's alienation of ancestral property may be filed within 12 years from the date of the alienee taking possession of the property. section 9 of the limitation act provides that when once time has begun to run, nothing stops it. in other words, no subsequent disability or inability to institute a suit by the party would ..... when the alienee took possession of the suit property must be held to be barred by limitation unless the extension of time provided under sections 6 and 8 of the limitation act can be availed of by them. section 6 provides for an extension or enlargement of the period of limitation in the case of certain persons suffering from a legal disability, viz ..... ., a minor, an insane person or an idiot, for instituting a suit or making an application for the execution of a decree. however, the provisions of section 6 would .....

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Apr 23 1973 (HC)

Y. Eswariah Choudry Vs. the Government of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-23-1973

Reported in : AIR1974AP96

..... void because the central government failed to form an opinion about the necessity for the order.6. the next submission of sri krishna reddy was based on section 3(2)(f) of the essential commodities act. section 3(2)(f) enables the making of an order providing for requiring any person holding in stock any essential commodity to sell the whole or a specified part ..... a notice to give an opportunity to the stock-holder to make hid representation. these certainly are circumstances within the meaning of section 3(2)(f) of the essential commodities act. there is, therefore, a compliance with the provisions of section 3(2)(f). if it is considered necessary that any circumstances should be specified in the order. i am, however, of the view that ..... rs. 117/- per quintal respectively in kurnool district. similarly on 11-1-1973 the government of andhra pradesh in exercise of the power conferred by section 3(2)(f) read with section 3(3-b) of the essential commodities act notified the prices of paddy and rice for the purpose for the andhra pradesh paddy and rice (requisitioning of stocks) order as rs. 62 ..... ) order, 1972 and the andhra pradesh rice (procurement ex-mill prices) order, 1972 made on 28-10-1972. these two orders are made in exercise of the powers conferred by section 3(2) of the essential commodities act. there is nothing to indicate that the prices notified by the government have not been arrived at by following the principles laid down in .....

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Sep 03 1973 (HC)

Y.V. Hanumantha Rao Vs. K.R. Pattabhiram and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-03-1973

Reported in : AIR1975AP30

..... refers to the origin of the word 'curfew' and makes references to its historical background. considering section 144 of the code of criminal procedure, the author then makes reference to various provisions of law.5. in this petition, it is alleged that the said ..... put the law. he observed:'the law relating to contempt of the court is well settled. any act done or writing published which is calculated to bring a court or a judge into contempt, or to lower his authority, or to interfere with the due course ..... the private interest of the parties. in such cases, the public interest prevails. fair comment is to be allowed. it has been so stated in (1973)2 wlr 452 at p. 460.11. the courts while they would try to preserve the rights of the parties or the witnesses appearing therein from being attacked ..... a pending litigation but are of a general educative character, no person can stop such comment by serving a writ see attorney-general v. times newspapers ltd., (1973) 2 wlr 452 at p. 460.8. in re p. c. sen, : 1970crilj1525 , shah, j., who spoke for the court, if we may say so, succinctly ..... deccan chronicle', the 1st respondent being its editor. this article was entitled 'the law of curfew'. it was published in the dec-can chronicle of 28-2-1973. in that article the 2nd respondent discussed what is meant by curfew and what is the legal authority behind imposing an order of curfew. he then .....

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Sep 12 1973 (HC)

inderjeet Singh Vs. Prescribed Authority, Moradabad and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-12-1973

Reported in : AIR1974All120

..... air 1974 all 118). the question was not argued before the learned single judge as it was taken for granted that when an application is made under section 43, sub-section (2), clause (rr) then no compensation will be payable to the tenant. it is not necessary to go into that controversy as we have held that ..... -1973 is that compensation was bound to be paid to the tenant in terms of the second proviso to clause (b) of sub-section (1) of section 21 of the new act. in ground no. 3 of the writ petition the petitioner contended that such compensation was bound to be awarded by the state government. ..... the petitioner contended that compensation was bound to have been awarded by the prescribed authority.3. the second proviso to clause (b) of sub-section (1) of section 21 lays down as under:'provided further that if any application under clause (a) is made in respect of any building in which the tenant ..... on 15-11-1972 the latter moved an application before the prescribed authority on 24-11-1972 under section 43 (2) clause (rr) of the new u. p. act no. xiii of 1972 read with section 21 of the said act seeking the eviction of the tenant. by the order dated 13-12-1972 passed in civil misc. ..... however, that is an obvious mistake as compensation under section 21 is awarded by the prescribed authority. in fact mr. shanti bhushan appearing on behalf of .....

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Feb 16 1973 (HC)

Joint Director of Mines Safety Hyderabad Region, Hyderabad Vs. the Tan ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-16-1973

Reported in : AIR1973AP315

..... would lead to absurd or unreasonable results.23. it is also relevant to mention that sub-section(2) commences with a non obstante clause and then confers powers on the central government to declare that any of the provisions of the act not set out in sub-section (1) shall apply to any such mine or part thereof or group or class of mines ..... . (3) without prejudice to the provisions contained in sub-section (2), if at any time, any of the conditions specified in the proviso to clause (a) or clause (b) of sub-section (1) is not fulfilled in relation to any mine referred to in that sub-section, the provisions of this act not set out in sub-section (1), shall become immediately applicable, and it shall ..... to this court.5. the petitioner mainly contended in the petition that the provisions of the act except those mentioned in section 3 including section 17 do not apply to the mine in question inasmuch as sub-clause (ii) of the proviso to clause (b) of sub-section (1) of section 3 is not satisfied inasmuch as the petitioner-company has, though employed 50 persons a ..... the three paras (a), (b) and (c) attracted to sub-clause (ii) of the proviso to clause (b).14. if one analyses, section 3(1), it will be plain that to certain cases the act does not apply. it is manifest that except the sections which are mentioned therein, other provisions of the act shall not apply to cases mentioned in clauses (a) and (b .....

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Oct 10 1973 (HC)

Prem Singh and ors. Vs. Hukam Singh and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-10-1973

Reported in : AIR1974All50

..... to the holding. such an application could be made within six months from the date of the commencement of that act, namely, 14th june, 1947. sub-section (3) of section 27 provided:'(3) on receipt of an application under sub-section (1) or sub-section (2) the court shall give notice to the landholder and to the tenant, if any, in possession of the whole or ..... -tenant shall, subject to the provisions of the proviso to sub-section (3) of section 27 of the united provinces tenancy (amendment) act, 1947, be entitled to retain possession of his holding for a period of five years from that date, and for this period nothing in sub-section (2) of section 44 or section 171 shall render the landholder of such sub-tenant liable to ejectment ..... provided that suits, applications and other proceedings specified in third appendix shall be instituted within the time specified therein for them respectively. serial no. 25 (2) in appendix 3 deals with suits under section 202 of the act and provided one year's limitation for the institution of a suit for ejectmeut of an asami. the time was to run from the date ..... six months from the date' of the commencement of this act, to the court which passed the decree for his ejectment, for reinstatement, in such holding or part thereof, as the case may be.' sub-sections (3) and (5) of section 27 run as follows: '(3) on receipt of an application under sub-section (2) the court shall give notice to the landholder and to .....

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