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Sep 07 1983 (HC)

Andhra Pradesh State Road Transport Corporation Vs. Addl. Labour Court ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-07-1983

Reported in : (1984)ILLJ128AP

..... domestic enquiry, s. 11-a now empowers the labour court or tribunal to reappraise the evidence and examine the correctness of the finding thereat. section 11-a further empowers it to interfere with the punishment and alter the same.'9. in the instant case, the 2nd respondent filed a memo ..... amounts to misconduct. the said regulation 28 reads as follows : '28. general provisions - without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing regulations, the following acts or omissions shall be treated as misconduct. ....... (xxxii) violating any other specific rule or instructions of the corporation in force.' 7. the charges framed against ..... at that advanced age and taking into consideration the long delay of nearly seven years in seeking reference of the dispute under the industrial disputes act to the labour court, i think the ends of justice would be met by quashing the impugned award of the labour court; and ..... a disputes and moved the government for making a reference of the industrial dispute to the labour court under s. 10(1)(c) of the industrial disputes act. by g.o. ms. no. 464 labour, employment and technical education (labour-i) department dated 9th july, 1979, the following dispute was referred ..... 1981 made by the additional industrial tribunal-cum-additional labor court, andhra pradesh, hyderabad, in industrial dispute no. 165/80 and to quash the same. 2. the relevant facts are as follows : the 2nd respondent, sri g. s. k. reddy, was employed as a conductor in the nizamabad bus depot .....

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Feb 22 1983 (HC)

Bondili Jagannath Singh Vs. the Government of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-22-1983

Reported in : 1983CriLJ1740

..... it is necessary to refer to the relevant provisions, of the act. the said act has been enacted, according to the preamble, to make provision for the establishment and regulation of borstal schools for the detention and training of adolescent offenders. 13. section 2(1) defines 'adolescent offender' as any person who has been ..... be released. 25. we shall next consider the second point urged by sri padmanabha reddy. the preamble and the definition of borstal school, state that the object and purpose of the act is to make provision for the detention of adolescent offenders in the borstal schools and to give such industrial training and ..... attains the age of 23 years. 27. sections 8 and 10 apply only to an adolescent offender, as defined in section 2(1), who is punishable with imprisonment, but not a person sentenced to life imprisonment. such an offender is covered by section 10-a of the act. under s. 10-a, it is for ..... exercising bad influence on the other inmates of the school. if so, the state government has no power to invoke the provisions of section 14 of the act and direct the transfer of the petitioner from the borstal school to the prison. it is also admitted that the visiting committee of the ..... imprisonment, and the commuted term of imprisonment cannot exceed the unexpired residue of the term of detention, and by virtue of the provisions of section 8 of the act, the petitioner cannot be detained in the school after he had attained the age of 23 years. 32. while an offender found to .....

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Mar 16 1983 (HC)

Andhra Pradesh State Civil Supplies Corporation Ltd. Vs. Commissioner ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-16-1983

Reported in : [1984]148ITR497(AP)

..... by or under the laws of a country and any institution, association or body whether incorporated or not. a state undertaking incorporated under the companies act is not outside the definition of a 'company.' 'person' defined under s. 2(31) includes a 'company.' income derived by any 'person' is liable to charge of income-tax under s. 4 as laid down under the ..... complaint is that that authority has infringed any of the fundamental rights guaranteed to a citizen in part iii of the constitution. the very fact that it is an inclusive definition shows that what is not in fact a 'state' for the purpose of part iii is deemed to be a state. so much so, local or other authorities in the ..... consider that matter in the context of fundamental rights enunciated in part iii of the constitution which give a special connotation to the term 'the state'. it is an inclusive definition which reads thus : 'in this part, unless the context otherwise requires, 'the state' includes the government and parliament of india and the government and the legislature of each of each ..... not engage in any business other than what is directed to be undertaken by the government and that too within the main objects enumerated in the memorandum of association. the degree of control exercised by the government is all pervasive. though it may not have a monopoly status in dealing with commodities essential to the life of the community, the government .....

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Mar 15 1983 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Coromandel Fertilisers Ltd.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-15-1983

Reported in : [1985]156ITR283(AP)

..... which was part of the production machinery was supported on a specially reinforced foundation which cost over rs. 2 lakhs for laying. the court held that (at p. 281) : 'the definition of 'plant' in section 43(3) of the income-tax act, 1961, being an inclusive definition, the term should be given its ordinary meaning as understood by the common man. the various decisions also ..... not his stock-in-trade which he buys or makes for sale, but all goods and chattels, fixed or movable, which he keeps for employment in his business with some degree of durability. kalinga tubes limited, which constructed a railway siding, was held entitled to development rebate and depreciation allowance on the railway siding on the footing that it constituted 'plant ..... indian currency into foreign currency or foreign currency into indian currency; (b) 'foreign currency' and 'indian currency' have the meanings respectively assigned to them in section 2 of the foreign exchange regulation act, 1947 (7 of 1947).' 40. section 43a(1) opens with a non obstante clause and makes provision for addition or deduction of the amount of liability of the assessee as expressed ..... to the assessee is to be calculated under s. 43a and s. 43 cannot be applied and only on such calculation an assessee can claim development rebate, then alone sub-section (2) of s. 43a would apply. in such a case, perhaps for the purpose of arriving at the development rebate allowable to an assessee, the increase or decrease in the liability .....

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Dec 26 1983 (HC)

Vali Pattabhirama Rao and anr. Vs. Sri Ramanuja Ginning and Rice Facto ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-26-1983

Reported in : [1986]60CompCas568(AP)

..... decrees, insolvency proceedings, testamentary and intestate succession. the word 'convey' occurring in the first paragraph of the section is of wider import. the sweep of this expression can usefully be gathered from the definition given in section 205(1) (ii) of the law of property act of england. ''conveyance' includes a mortgage, charge, lease, assent, vesting declaration, vesting instrument, disclaimer, release ..... that no company or association or partnership consisting of more than ten members shall be formed. section 253 of the previous act corresponds to section 565 of the present act. section 565(1)(b) of the present act corresponds to section 253(1) (ii) of the 1913 act, which permits any company otherwise duly constituted according to law consisting of seven or more members ..... . but if the company is incorporated subsequent to the last date of consideration, it cannot ratify the application of the promoter. in that case, section 57(2) of the motor vehicles act requires an application to be made on behalf of the legal person. so their lordships had some difficulty in sustaining the claim on behalf of the ..... and every assurance of property or of any interest therein by any instrument except a will.' 34. let us turn to section 9 which states that a .....

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Dec 12 1983 (HC)

B.V. Venkatesam Chetty Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax, Andhra Pradesh, ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-12-1983

Reported in : [1985]154ITR217(AP)

..... credited or distributed'. the expression 'paid', among the three expressions, it was elucidated, '...in general, dividend may be said to be paid within the meaning of section 16(2) when the company discharges its liability and makes the amount of dividend unconditionally available to the member entitled thereto...' in another case in benares state bank ltd. v ..... an interim dividend which can be rescinded before payment was made. in that case, it was held that 'the expression 'paid' in s. 16(2) of the act of 1922 did not contemplate actual receipt of the dividend by the member'. 'the legislature has enacted an express provision making dividend income taxable in the ..... income of the year in which it is so declared. the fact that actual payment of the income is deferred is irrelevant. it was explained '...the act does not make dividend income taxable in the year in which it becomes due : it is taxable only in the year in which it is paid, ..... dividend received by him from m/s. aruna roller flour mills private limited, mandapaka, was not shown by him. therefore, the ito, under s. 148 of the act, reopened the assessment and included the amount and taxed it. venkatesam chetty protested against the order. on appeal, the commissioner of income-tax, on april 29, 1976 ..... raghuvir, j.1. b.v. venkatesam chetty submitted a return for the assessment year 1970-71 under the i.t. act, 1961. his assessment was finalised on january 13, 1971. the order was reopened later, for, in the return, rs. 3,600, being .....

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Dec 30 1983 (HC)

Ch. Atchaiah Vs. Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-30-1983

Reported in : (1984)42CTR(AP)127; [1985]156ITR78(AP)

..... , contends that the transaction in the instant case is an adventure in the nature of trade. according to him, a single transaction also constitutes business under the definition given under s. 2(13) of the act and it is not essential for a transaction to be treated as an adventure in the nature of trade that the there should be a series of ..... in question was an adventure in the nature of trade. it was further held that the expression 'in the nature of trade' appearing in the definition of 'business' in s. 2(4) of the income-tax act postulates the existence of certain elements in the adventure which invest it with the character of trade or business; and that would make the question whether ..... the transaction is an adventure in the nature of trade. the tribunal examined these contention in the light of the provisions of s. 2(13) which deals with the expression 'in the nature of trade' appearing in the definition of business and also in the light of the decided cases. 4. the tribunal ultimately rejected the contentions of the learned counsel for ..... is an adventure in the nature of trade our answer to this question is emphatically 'not'. 8. the expression 'adventure in the nature of trade' is used by the act in s. 2(13), which defines 'business' as including any trade, commerce or manufacture or any adventure or concern in the nature of trade, commerce or manufacture. under s. 28, tax shall .....

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Nov 30 1983 (HC)

Pingle Madhusudhan Reddy Vs. Controller of Estate Duty

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-30-1983

Reported in : [1985]156ITR45(AP)

..... was in error in accepting 'the circumstances' as 'information' within the meaning of s. 59 of the act. section 59 corresponds to s. 34 of the indian i.t. act, 1922, and s. 147 of the i.t. act 1961. the cases arising under s. 147 recently are fully reviewed in indian and eastern newspaper society v. cit ..... : whether the proceeds of the policies should be aggregated with the general estate of the deceased, for determination of rate to ascertain the duty payable under the act. 2. the three policies the assured obtained for rs. 50,000 each. on the bombay policies, the assured on october 13, 1941, and, for the second time ..... a policy is to be kept up; as to when a policy is deemed to pass on the death of the assured. adverting to clause (16) of s. 2 and s. 14 of the act, it is argued by the accountable person, the assured ..... duty. to be precise, under clause (1) of the section : whether bombay and calcutta policies fall within the expression, 'property passing on the death of the deceased', is the issue to be determined. the above words are defined in clause (16) of s. 2 in the act to state property, if passes on the death of the ..... deceased, and if it does with reference to the date of death has to be aggregated. in s. 14 of the act, 'policies kept up for the a donee' are dealt with and certain fictions are incorporated in the sections to when .....

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Mar 04 1983 (HC)

Duncan Agro Industries Limited Vs. Subbanna, B.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-04-1983

Reported in : (1984)ILLJ96AP

..... the controlling authority who is the primary authority for the adjudication of disputes and for implementation of the provisions of this act. section 3 must be read along with s. 2 of the act to get at the connotation and meaning of appropriate government. section 2(a)(i) (a) to (d) pertain to the coverage of central government and the relevant portion is clause (b) ..... within the mould of adventitious or extraneous circumstances. the cessation of employee's service by whatever reasons except the other reasons enumerated in s. 4 coupled with the wide definition contained in s. 2(q) is within the fold of the expression 'retirement' and the use of 'his' denotes the events associated or pertaining to the employee and does not control the ..... the employees who have the credit of five years service. the position is made amply clear by the definition of continuous service contained in s. 2(c) of the act wherein it is stated that service, whether rendered prior or after the commencement of the act, should be taken into consideration. the learned government pleader relied upon the decision of the bombay high court ..... context of retrenchment of the employee. krishna iyer, j., held as follows at page 356 : 'the expression 'retirement' has been defined by s. 2(1) to mean 'termination of the service of an employee otherwise than on superannuation'. the definition is framed in the widest terms. except for superannuation, any termination of service would amount to 'retirement'. for the purpose of the .....

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Feb 22 1983 (HC)

Lanka Saramma Vs. Rajendra Singh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-22-1983

Reported in : [1986]60CompCas48(AP)

..... can be gained by them not necessarily by dedication or by any parliamentary statute, but also by a private act of grant of an owner or an occupier of the place. in my opinion, the words in the definition of section 2(24) of the act, 'thoroughfare or not' point to this meaning only. these judgments did not also consider the implications arising out of ..... difficult to agree with the contention of the insurance company which is fraught with such serious social consequences to a section of our society who most need the protection of the insurance policy. the definition of 'public place' contained in section 2(24) of the act reads thus : ''public place' means, a road, street, way or other place whether a thoroughfare or not, to which ..... cannot be called a public place. in support of this contention, the insurance company places reliance on the definition given to the words 'public place' in section 2(24) in chapter i of the act. the insurance company argues that those words bear the dame meaning in section 95 also. basing upon that argument, it is argued, that a place which is owned by and ..... the reference to the workmen's compensation act, made by section 95 of the motor vehicle act. that would clearly indicate that claims for compensation made against the insurance .....

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