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Dec 03 1980 (HC)

The State of Andhra Pradesh Vs. Parasu Kuppuswamy Chetty and Sons

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-03-1980

Reported in : [1981]48STC1(AP)

..... , that was not a case where a deputy commissioner, in exercise of revisional jurisdiction under section 20(2) of the a.p. general sales tax act, had restored the assessment order having regard to the validation act. according to him, that was only a case where an assessment has been set aside ..... is : 'whether the assessments in dispute can be said to be subsisting by virtue of the provisions of the andhra pradesh general sales tax (amendment) act (act 9 of 1970) ?' [in pursuance of the abovesaid order of reference the cases came on for hearing before the full bench.] 3. the government ..... assessments which have been made by an assessing authority and assessments revived by a deputy commissioner in exercise of revisional jurisdiction because of the validation act and, as such, there should have been fresh assessments as held by the division bench. as the question raised is of importance, the ..... was struck down by this court in k. venkata ramana v. state of a.p. ([1969] 24 s.t.c. 367), revisions by the deputy commissioner became validated by virtue of the provisions of act ..... and sought to be revived by a validation act. he distinguishes that case by stating that after section 11 of the a.p. general sales tax act .....

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Sep 19 1980 (HC)

inampudi Umamaheshwara Rao and anr. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh and or ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-19-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP70

..... which the local publication took place, is unreasonably long. rule 1 of the rules framed by the governor of andhra pradesh, under section 55 of the act, is relied upon to contend that the local publication should take place immediately after the publication of the notification in the gazette. rule ..... subsequently from the executive officer. we must, therefore, hold that the publication has been effected in the locality, as required by section 4(1) of the act. 6. it is then argued that the interval of about two months between the date of publication in the gazette and the ..... challenging the validity of a notification issued under section 4(1) of the land acquisition act, as amended by the andhra pradesh (amendment) act, (22 of 1976), on the following grounds, viz.. (i) that, the notification under section 4(1) was not published in the gazette; (ii) that the substance of the notification was ..... may dispose of the first and the third objections in the first instance. 2. in the counter-affidavit it is stated that the notification under section 4(1) has been published in the krishna district ..... not published in the village, as required by law; and (iii) that, the andhra pradesh (amendment) act no. 22 of 1976 is unconstitutional and invalid. we .....

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Aug 05 1980 (HC)

Bathula Iylaiah Vs. Bathula Devamma

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-05-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP74

..... by the petitioner for dissolution of the marriage between the petitioner and the respondent by a decree of divorce. 10. clause (iv) of sub-section (2) of section 13 of the: hindu marriage act added by section 7 of the amendment act, 1976 reads as under: 'a wife may also present a petition for dissolution of her marriage by a decree- on the- ground- (i) to ..... years and that after the expiry of eighteen years she could not file the petition under section 13(2) of the act for dissolution of the marriage. the learned counsel could not place before us any authority in support of his proposition. he only read out section 13 sub-section (2) clause (iv) and reiterated that it only means that the petition ought to have been ..... completing the age of eighteen years. therefore, this contention has no substance. 16. the other provision referred to was section 23(1)(d) of the hindu marriage act. sub-section (1) (d) of section 23 states that the court shall grant any relief under this act, whether the proceeding is defended or not, if it is satisfied that there has not been any necessary or ..... amounts to the repudiation of the marriage the same was incorporated in the act. section 39(2) of the act 68 of 1976 provides that in cases that are pending before the courts at the time when this act came into forte, an opportunity be given to amend the pleadings. sub-section (17 of section 39 runs as follows: '(1) all petitions and proceedings in causes and .....

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Apr 10 1980 (HC)

Poosarla Sambamurthy and Sons and ors. Vs. Maganti Krishna Rao and ors ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-10-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP77

..... from the date of default, does not in our opinion, make any difference as regards the application of the principles we have referred to. section 74, indian contract act, makes it clear that where money is payable in instalments with a stipulation that 'in default of payment of any instalment, the whole shall ..... (air 1927 mad 1143). in that case, the mortgage deed provided for 18% simple interest, and then provided that if payments are not made for 1-2 instalments according to the prescribed time, and if any default is made, compound interest shall be payable at the same rate on the whole amount of principal ..... rate of 12% is unfair and penal we are inclined, therefore, to give this relief that the interest should be calculated at the rate of 101/2 per cent (which was the original contractual rate) from the date of the mortgage to the date of the preliminary decree.....'. on the basis of the ..... decision in s. r. naidu v. bank of karaikudi, : [1971]2scr427 . in that case, the mortgage stipulated simple interest at the rate of 101/2 per cent per annum, and provided further that if the mortgagor failed to pay the interest periodically and regularly, he would be liable to pay interest at ..... interest, except a small amount, the present suit was instituted for recovery of a sum of rs. 32,462/-. the suit was instituted in the year 1974.2. among other contentions, the defendants raised the contention that the interest calimed is penal and usurious. issue no. 3 in the suit related to this plea. .....

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Feb 11 1980 (HC)

Vemavarapur Mallikarjuna Rao Vs. Chaturvedula Siva Sankara Prasad and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-11-1980

Reported in : AIR1981AP84

..... suit by the plaintiff for a partial partition of the joint family properties was not maintainable. he however felt that the sale deed exhibit a-2 was hit by the provisions or section 23 of the hindu succession act. the appeal was accordingly dismissed. 4. there is no dispute that the family of the defendants possessed not only b-schedule property but also ..... consideration. it was further stated that the third defendant could not sell the b-schedule property so long as the defendants 1 and 2 were living jointly in the said premises and that under section 23 of the hindu succession act she cannot claim any right in the properties. therefore it is pleaded that the plaintiff had no right to demand for partition ..... to partition only at the choice of the male heirs, namely, d-1 and d-2. but the learned counsel for the plaintiff submits that the husband of the third defendant died in 1949 long prior to the hindu succession act came into force and that section 23 has no retrospective operation and, therefore, does not apply to the case of an intestate ..... 1. this second appeal involves the scope and interpretation of section 23 of the hindu succession act, 1956. 2. the facts of the case relevant for the purpose may be shortly stated. on 10th apr., 1969, chaturvedula rajyalakshmamma alias rajyalakshmi, the third defendant in the suit, entered into an .....

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Nov 04 1980 (SC)

Smt. Saraswati Devi and ors. Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-04-1980

Reported in : AIR1981SC660; (1980)4SCC738; [1980]1SCR1005

..... raised before us and canvassed by learned counsel for the parties it is necessary to undertake an analytical study of sections 68a to 68e contained in chapter iv-a which was added to the act by central act 100 of 1956. section 68a contains two definitions. according to it -(a) 'road transport service' means a service of motor vehicles carrying passenger or goods or both ..... ) any road transport corporation established under section 3 of the road transport corporations act, 1950; (iv) any municipality or any corporation or company owned or controlled by the central government or one or more state governments, or by ..... by road for hire or reward; (b) 'state transport undertaking' means any undertaking providing road transport service, where such undertaking is carried on by, -(i) the central government or a state government; (ii .....

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Jul 03 1980 (HC)

Ganesh Prasad Vs. Badri Prasad Bholanath and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-03-1980

Reported in : AIR1980All361

..... it does not bear either any copying stamp folio or seal of the municipal board. that also did not come under the definition of certified copies as required by section 65 of the evidence act. i compared these papers with the certified copy on record and i find that these papers were incorrect and wholly inadmissible in ..... by this document it appears that the disputed property was given to dwarika prasad father of defendant no. 3 for a fixed period of 4 years 2 months. clause 2 of the aforesaid lease deed provided that the lessee had no right to create sublease. this lease deed is dated 21-7-1950. the lease was ..... is not a party. no decree is being sought against him. the defendants cannot claim any sub-tenancy from him as it is prohibited by clause (2) of the deed of dwarika prasad on which they rely. the tenancy of dwarika prasad having come to an end, the possession having been with the ..... with the allegations that he was a partner of the firm m/s. badri prasad bholanath defendant no. 1. the others were arrayed as defendants nos. 2 to 7. the business was being carried on in premises no. 3 baluwa ghat, allahabad. the plaintiff had given the disputed premises on licence to the ..... registered notice dated 18-4-1970. the defendants, however, were occupying the disputed property illegally and were liable to be ejected.2. one written statement was filed by the defendants nos. 1, 2 and 3. it was mentioned in para 12 of the written statement that dwarika prasad father of defendant no. 3 was .....

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May 06 1980 (HC)

Kanyaka Parameswari Devasthanam and Charities Vs. Srila Sri Ambalawana ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-06-1980

Reported in : AIR1981Mad42

..... party and intervene in the proceedings. a division bench of the andhra pradesh high court held that by enacting the special provision of sub-section (2) of section 50 of the act, the general application of 0. 1, r. 10 and section 151, c. p. code, must be held to have been positively excluded. this judgment was approved by the full beach of the andhra ..... made is conclusive evidence that the land is needed for a public purpose, and after such declaration, the appropriate government may acquire the land in the manner provided by the act. section 9(1) provides for the collector causing public notice being given stating that the government intends to take possession of the land and that claims to compensation for all interests ..... enable the court effectually and completely to adjudicate and settle all the questions involved in the suit. whether this provision is attracted under the acquisition act came to be considered by the andhra pradesh high court in srw mullapudi venkatarayudu memorial medical trust tanuku v. chirapu varada raju, . in that care, a trust: had set in motion theprowedin under the land acquisition ..... act. after the award of the compensation by this land acquisition act. the trust wanted to implead itself as a party in die appeals filed before the high .....

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Mar 12 1980 (SC)

Vishesh Kumar Vs. Shanti Prasad

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-12-1980

Reported in : AIR1980SC892; (1980)2SCC378; [1980]3SCR32

..... of any valuation, decided by the district court, the high court alone was competent to exercise revisional power under section 115.section 2 (e), u.p. president's acts (re-enactment with modifications) act, 1974 repealed the u.p. civil laws (amendment) act, 1973, and re-enacted it with certain modifications which, however, for the purposes of the present case are ..... 20,000 and above; and(ii) the high court and the district court had jurisdiction under section 115 concurrently in other cases.2. from 20th september, 1972:section 6, u.p. civil laws (amendment) act, 1972 amended section 115 further with effect from 20th september, 1972. later, section 115 was amended by section 2, u.p. civil laws (amendment) act, 1973 in its application to ..... uttar pradesh, retrospectively with effect from 20th september, 1972. in consequence :(i) the high court possessed exclusive jurisdiction under section ..... now amended, and therefore stood repealed, the position reverting to what it was under the original section 115 before its amendment by the u.p. civil laws (amendment) act, 1970. but section 97(2) provided that section 115 as now amended by the amendment act, 1976 would not apply to nor affect any proceeding for revision which had been admitted, after .....

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Aug 14 1980 (HC)

Budha Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-14-1980

Reported in : AIR1981MP151

..... be made where death has resulted from the accident by or anyone of the legal representatives. the term 'legal representatives' has been explained in section 2(11) of the code of civil procedure and it is provided:''section 2. definitions:-- in this act, unless there is anything repugnant in the subject or context:--(11) 'legal representative' means a person who in law represents the estate of ..... claim compensation for the death was for the first time conferred by the fatal accidents act and this right accrued for the benefit of the persons named in the fatal accidents act, itself.16. as abserved earlier even the definition of the term 'legal representatives' as provided in section 2(11), c. p. c., does not confer a right on any person nor it creates ..... contemplated. this question was considered by a division bench of this court in 1970 acc cj 1: (air 1971 madh pra 145) (supra):'thus the definition of the term 'legal representative' as it now stands in section 2(11) of the civil procedure code, cannot be narrowed down to mean the legal heir alone. it is also significant that the right to claim compensation has ..... make an application for claiming compensation. what has been provided in the motor vehicles act is only as to the person who could make an application and the phrase 'legal representatives' has been used. but it is clear from the definition of the term 'legal representatives' as provided in section 2(11) of the code of civil procedure that it does not confer any .....

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