Court : Mumbai
Decided on : Sep-11-1978
Reported in : AIR1979Bom298; (1979)81BOMLR501; 1979MhLJ149
..... to the property which was being rebuilt on the ground that their tenancies had not been brought to an end. an objection was raised that the suit was bad for multifariousness, and their lordships held that 'there was a common question of law which had arisen by reason of the destruction of the house in consequence of the floods. the relief .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Allahabad
Decided on : Sep-08-1978
Reported in : (1979)9CTR(All)39; 119ITR895(All); 1TAXMAN26(All)
..... this basis and found that the keeping of potatoes would not amount to the assessee's engagement in the production of processed seeds. the potatoes kept could be used for multifarious purposes but the benefit is confined to the matter of production of processed seed. it cannot be extended or applied to the entire quantity of potatoes which used to be .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Sep-19-1978
Reported in : AIR1979SC321; (1979)1SCC137; 1SCR845
..... is the determination of the legislative policy and its formulation as a rule of conduct. obviously it cannot abdicate its functions in favour of another. but in view of the multifarious activities of a welfare state, it cannot presumably work out all the details to suit the varying aspects of a complex situation. it must necessarily delegate the working out of .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Feb-28-1978
Reported in : AIR1978SC1133; [1978(36)FLR371]; (1978)ILLJ518SC; (1978)2SCC378; 3SCR398; 1978(10)LC250(SC)
1. this appeal by special leave which is directed against the judgment and order dated december 14, 1970 of the high court of mysore at bangalore allowing the writ petition no. 1176 of 1967 filed before it by the first respondent herein under articles 226 and 227 of the constitution and quashing the orders dated september 30, 1966 and january 1, 1967 of the labour court, bangalore made in the appellant's application no. 171 of 1965 raises an interesting question as to the scope and ambit of clause 4 of the industrial truce agreement arrived at on january 10, 1958 between the management of the mysore government road transport depart-merit and the representatives of the state transport employees' federaion.2. it appears that the appellant entered the service of the bangalore transport company ltd. on september 1, 1950 as a probationary traffic supervisor on a salary of rs. 80/- per mensem. on completion of his probationary period, he was confirmed in the said post on a salary of rs. 100/- in the pay scale of rs. 100-10-150. by virtue of the powers vested in it under the bangalore road transport services act no. 8 of 1956, the government of mysore acquired the bangalore transport company ltd. with effect from october 1, 1956 with the result that along with other employees of the company, the appellant became a civil servant in the transport department of the government of mysore which catered to the transport requirements of the public. in course of time, the appellant was .....Tag this Judgment!