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Mar 11 1983 (HC)

Murti Devi Vs. Dev Raj Soni

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-11-1983

Reported in : 24(1983)DLT391

..... affidavit that during the same period, the sister-in-law of the respondent had fallen seriously ill and had come to delhi for a treatment in all india institute of medical sciences. she was operated upon and a major surgery of heart was undertaken by the institute. she was discharged from the hospital in november, 1980 and had to stay with ..... undertaking the premises were not vacated, and in these circumstances, the matter has been referred to this court by the tribunal for taking appropriate proceedings under the contempt of court act.3. notice was issued to the respondent-contemner. he has filed an affidavit. the very first paragraph of the affidavit is unqualified and unconditional apology for the alleged contempt having ..... learned counsel for the petitioner pointed out that the respondent had not even paid the up to date rent and the rent was in arrears to the extent of rs. 2,200/-. besides the rent, the respondent was also liable to pay the electricity and water charges. the petitioner has already instituted a suit for the recovery of the arrears of ..... order in respect of the disputed premises being entire ground floor of r-659, new rajinder nagar, new delhi. the respondent is granted time to vacate till 1-4-1979.'2. it appears that in spite of the aforesaid order the respondent did not vacate the premises on the stipulated date. consequently the petitioner took out execution. the respondent filed objections .....

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Aug 17 1983 (HC)

Peter Thompson Vs. Mrs. Tresa Xavier and anr.

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Aug-17-1983

Reported in : AIR1984Ker35

..... proper test for insanity is not the beliefs that the person concerned may entertain but the conduct exhibited by that person.'8. the relevant provisions of the act, sections 62, 63, 40, 41 and 42 read thus:'62. power of district court to institute inquisition as to persons alleged to be lunatic. -- whenever ..... to file statements and lead evidence, if any. the court may also cause the 2nd respondent to be examined by a doctor and a fresh medical report may also be obtained.in the result we allow the appeal, set aside the order of the lower court and direct the lower court to ..... examination. 42. rules respecting attendance, and examination of females' alleged to be lunatic.--the attendance and examination, of the alleged lunatic under the provisions of section 41, shall, if the alleged lunatic be a woman whom, according to the manners and customs of the country, ought not to be compelled to appear ..... appointing his brother's widow mrs. tresa xavier as his custodian and manager of his properties.2. mrs. tresa xavier -- to be referred hereafter as the petitioner -- filed an application under sections 62 and 63 of the act alleging that the second respondent herein, manayath thommen antony, has been insane for several years, ..... court directed the examination of the respondent by a doctor and the doctor was also examined as p. w. 1 and his medical certificate also marked. thereafter the court passed an order to the following effect :'examined p. w. 1 and filed ext. p1. for furnishing security 23 .....

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Apr 27 1983 (HC)

Motilal Vs. the State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-27-1983

Reported in : 1983WLN130

..... and suburbs inter se and hence they could not be included into a municipality or converted into a municipal board in view of proviso (1) to sub-section (2) of section 5 of the act. the above provision clearly prohibited the inclusion of any town or suburbs n a municipality with any other town or suburbs from which it is separated by more ..... panchayat without following the principles of natural justice. the petitioner has thus also prayed that proviso to section 4 of the rajasthan municipalities act amended by section 2 of the rajasthan municipalities (second amendment) act, 1974, may kindly be declared ultra vires to section 14 of the act.9. the state government in reply have stated that revenue village kishangarh renwal consisted of 60 dhanis ..... state government in its reply has clearly stated that village kishangarh renwal is an important town taking in view the transport and trade facilities. there is facility of water, electricity, medical etc. in the area. there are educational institutions, post-office and railway station and the action has been taken in overall development of the area & in the interest of ..... panchayat kishangarh renwal was more than eight thousand and it was an important place in view of the transport and trade facilities. there was proper facility of water, electricity, education, medical, post-office, railway station etc. and keeping in view the over all development of the area and in larger public interest, the state government had considered it just and .....

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Apr 07 1983 (HC)

Madhukar Akhand Vs. Bhima Akhand and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Apr-07-1983

Reported in : AIR1983Bom489; 1983(85)ARBLR291(Bom)

..... clearly prima facie made out, that the husband has been living with a concubine or mistress by name kalavati. a certificate of birth at the medical college hospital of a daughter to kalavati whose father's name was given as that of the petitioner's was produced. it is no doubt ..... into practice and actual relief. the power to grant such a relief is incidental and ancillary to the power to grant final maintenance both under sections 18 and 20.13. in that view of the matter, the petition will have to be rejected. rule discharged. the petitioner will pay the ..... imperial v. hotel workers union, : (1959)iillj544sc . there also the power to grant interim relief was spelt out of the power conferred under section 10 upon the tribunal to determine the question incidental to the questions referred to it. grant of interim relief in respect of an adjudication relating to ..... not provide maintenance to his wife is conferred by sub-section (1) of section 18. it is not necessary for the operation of sub-section (1) of s. 18 that wife must be also entitled to live separately in the circumstances provided under sub-section (2). the liability to maintain is spelt out by s ..... act, and analysing the section, it would be clear that sub-section (1) confers an absolute right upon the hindu wife to maintenance by her husband during her lifetime. this right is controlled and subject only to sub-section (3) and that is where the wife is unchaste or ceases to be a hindu by conversion to another religion. sub-section (2 .....

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Jul 08 1983 (HC)

The Food and Sanitary Inspector, Giddalur Panchayat Vs. Koppu Subbarat ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-08-1983

Reported in : 1983CriLJ1801

..... the accused it cannot be received in evidence. that is not the intendment of the legislature in prescribing the thirty days period under sub-section (2-b) of section 13. if it were a case where the public analyst deliberately fails to send the report within the prescribed period he will be exposed ..... mandatory, then though he committed the offence of adulteration, he could get away with an acquittal. a converse case has also to be visualised. sub-section (2-b) of section 13 postulates that the director of food laboratory 'shall' send within one month from the date of receipt of the part of the sample. in ..... a period of ten days to send the sample kept by the local (health) authority for analysis by the central food laboratory. thus, sub-section (2) of section 13 invests a valuable right in the accused and the actions taken by the local (health) authority should be such that it would subserve the ..... order1. the trial court found the respondent to have committed an offence punishable under section 16(1)(a)(i) and section 7(1) read with section 2(i) (a) and (m) of the prevention of food adulteration act and convicted and sentenced him to undergo rigorous imprisonment for six months and to pay a fine of rupees ..... handled. the contents of the report were ascribed to be the evidence of facts stated therein. therefore rule 18 serves as a bridge generating a definite source of assurance to the accused as well as to the court to verify that the sample taken from the accused is the same that was .....

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Aug 31 1983 (HC)

Sinai Netravalkar Mahesh Govind (Dr.) and Balkrishna Ganpat Pawar (Dr. ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-31-1983

Reported in : 1984(2)BomCR67

..... practical training to be undertaken, the subjects of examination and the standards of proficiency therein to be obtained, in universities of medical institutions for grant of recognised medical qualifications. pursuant to the powers vested in it under section 33 of the act, the medical council has made recommendations which, after having received the approval of the central government, have acquired the character of regulations. a ..... of marks shall be deducted for every failure from the marks of the subject failed, except in the case of the subject related to the diploma/degree of registration.2) 2 1/2 percent marks shall also be deducted as above, if the student takes a drop in any subject (does not appear) at the scheduled time. iii) subject marks :---this refers to ..... merit shall be arrived at by obtaining the sum of the percentage of aggregate marks and the percentage of marks in the subject related to the diploma/degree in which the candidate seeks the registration.(ii) aggregate marks :---the percentage of aggregate marks shall be arrived at by totalling the marks obtained in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd m.b.b. ..... percentage of marks in the subject related to diploma/degree in which the candidate seeks registration i.e. medicine (or) surgery or obstetrics & gyanaecology. the percentage of subject marks shall be arrived at after deducting 5% for each failure or drop. note :---while computing the aggregate marks, however, deduction indicated in 3(ii)(1) above shall not be made, in subject, .....

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Nov 28 1983 (HC)

K.H. Chayabba Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-28-1983

Reported in : [1985]58STC329(Kar)

..... of penalty of rs. 13,000 under section 12(4) of the act. being aggrieved by the assessment and penalty, the petitioner appealed to the deputy commissioner of commercial taxes (appeals), mysore division. the deputy commissioner allowed the appeal, set aside ..... found that the sale transaction to the extent of rs. 34,983 was suppressed by the petitioner. relying upon this material, the assessing authority completed the assessment under section 12(3) of the act by determining the total and taxable turnover at rs. 1,58,102 and 1,66,632 respectively with the levy of tax of rs. 14,398 and imposition ..... to every member participating in the lottery scheme on the fulfilment of the terms and conditions. the amount realised thereunder certainly cannot be brought to tax under the sales tax act. 9. but upon a close perusal of the terms and conditions of the benefit scheme which has been promoted by the petitioner, we find that it contains expressly two agreements ..... revision petition is directed against the order the appellate tribunal, bangalore, dated june 7, 1979 made in s.t.a. no. 333 of 1979. 2. the petitioner is a dealer registered under the karnataka sales tax act, 1957. he is the proprietor of an establishment engaged in the manufacture of wooden and steel furniture. for the year 1973-74 he declared the .....

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Mar 09 1983 (HC)

M. Visweswaraiah Vs. the State of Karnataka and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Mar-09-1983

Reported in : ILR1983KAR707; [1983]53STC416(Kar)

..... lj 352, which governs the question that arises in the case, it is difficult to uphold the contention of sri kalleshappa. 11. sri kalleshappa relied on section 2(16) of the income-tax act, which defines the term 'commissioner' as including an 'additional commissioner' to contend that an additional assistant commercial tax officer cannot be an assistant commercial tax officer. 12. in my ..... view, an additional assistant commercial tax officer will also be an assistant commercial tax officer of the area or class of dealers, if authorised by the commissioner under section 3b(3)(a) of the act. 8. the power to appoint an assistant commercial tax officer comprehends in itself the power to appoint the additional assistant commercial tax officer also. 9. on any ..... authorised by the commissioner under section 3b(3)(a) of the act, as in the present case. in support of his contention sri narasimhan strongly relies on the division bench rulings of this court in haji m. p. mohammed v. sheik ahmad (1964) 2 m lj 458 and ganesh rao v. sarphina d'souza bai (1975) 2 k lj 352. 6. the word 'addition ..... a). 2. the petitioner claims that the acto was not authorised by law to search his premises and seize the documents, levy taxes, collect composition fee. elaborating this, the petitioner contends that an 'additional' assistant commercial tax officer is not an assistant commercial tax officer authorised by the act. 3. at the hearing, the petitioner has also urged that under section 3b(3 .....

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Mar 15 1983 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax, Andhra Pradesh Vs. Andhra Pradesh Police W ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-15-1983

Reported in : (1983)37CTR(AP)294; [1984]148ITR287(AP)

..... may, however, be stated herein that the conduct of raffle is not one of the modes prescribed under r. 9. 13. section 2(15) of the income-tax act defines 'charitable purpose' as under : 'charitable purpose' includes relief of the poor, education, medical relief, and the advancement of any other object of general public utility not involving the carrying on of any activity for ..... , in cases where a fund has been constituted for the benefit of either such armed personnel or their children or their wives, the central government has chosen to give expansive definition to s. 10(23c), we see no reason to adopt a restricitve interpretation of the words 'charitable trust' vis-a-vis the personnel in the police department. 26. from the ..... word, if you know what a man does, you know who employs him to do it.' then, lord simonds referring lord hardwtcke, lord chancellor's observation in regard to definition of 'charity', viz., 'definition of charity; a gift to a general public use, which extends to the poor as well as to the rich', observed (p. 33) : 'it is a clearly established ..... of mankind or all persons in a country or state. it is sufficient if the intention to benefit a section of the public as distinguished from a specified individual is present. the section of the community sought to be benefited must be sufficiently definite and identifiable by some common quality of a public or impersonal nature.' 22. in the above case, the assessee .....

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Aug 03 1983 (HC)

Chamara Pradhani and anr. Vs. the State

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Aug-03-1983

Reported in : 1983CriLJ1706

..... the prosecution witnesses. of the witnesses to the occurrence, p. ws. 4 and 10 had been cross-examined by the prosecution under section 154 of the evidence act as according to it, they had resiled from some incriminating statements said to have been made by them against the two appellants in the ..... marks mentioned in the inquest panchanama, through sheer 'inadvertence or by design'. the police officer who prepared the inquest panchanama was not an expert in medical jurisprudence. the possibility of his having mistaken the postmortem staining marks on the waist and shoulder of the deceased., for ante-mortem bruises, could ..... witnesses. we would, therefore, exclude ext. 14 from consideration. mr. patra has submitted that although the ocular testimony has been at variance with the medical evidence, the learned sessions judge has accepted the oral evidence for good reasons and this finding should not be interfered with.4. as to the production ..... .o. ii on the head of the deceased, would leave no injury thereon. 11. notice has been ..... did not notice any injury on the head. thus the evidence of p.ws. 1 and 2 regarding the assault on the person of the deceased by the appellant dibakar had been demolished by the medical evidence. it is unthinkable that a wanton assault by dealing several blows by means of m .....

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