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Mar 02 1974 (HC)

Navnitlal Sakarlal Vs. Commissioner of Wealth-tax, Gujarat I

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-02-1974

Reported in : [1977]106ITR512(Guj)

..... the administration is complete that the residuary legatee can say that any particular asset or any particular income is his and not a part of the general estate of the testator. 28. the next question is whether such an interest or right could be said to be 'property' within the ..... judgment of the master of rolls eloquently summarises their true effect and appropriately explains the ratio thereof. 32. the decision in the case of the administrator-general of west bengal v. commissioner of income-tax : [1965]56itr34(sc) also does not take the case of the assessee further and proceeds on an ..... of the legacy could not be postponed to any further date. according to the tribunal, the legacy in the present case having been given in general terms without specifying the time when it was to be paid, the legatees acquired vested interest in it immediately on the death of the testator ..... law for the time being in force and applicable to hindus. as we shall presently show, the devolution of the interest in coparcenary properties in this case would be governed by the provisions of section 6 of the hindu succession act and reference may, therefore, be made to the provisions of the said section. the main part ..... meaning of section 2(e) of the act and, therefore, an asset belonging to the assessee and includible in his net wealth. now, as pointed out earlier, the word .....

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Mar 25 1974 (HC)

K.S. Cyriac Vs. Vice-chancellor, Kerala University, Trivandrum and ors ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Mar-25-1974

Reported in : AIR1975Ker158

..... dealing with the difference between a court of justice and a domestic tribunal and the right of representation through an advocate, the learned judge stated:--'speaking generally, it is useful to bear in mind the very wide differences between the principles applicable to courts of justice and those applicable to domestic tribunals. in ..... a lawyer to appear at the enquiry. i am not satisfied, at this stage, that he is entitled to the service of a lawyer .as part of the rules of natural justice entitling him to a reasonable opportunity of defending himself.'in the light of the very guarded language used in the above ..... a court. i am not prepared to accept the petitioner's averments on this aspect. no foundation has therefore been laid for any bias on the part of the respondents or any reasonable apprehension for the petitioner that he will not get justice. there is also the fact that according to ext. p ..... the enquiry on 30-8-1972. but before that date, the petitioner filed o. p. no. 3918 of 1972, and obtained from this court an ex parte order of interim stay of the enquiry. accordingly, the enquiry did not take place on 30-8-1972. the o. p. was dismissed by this court ..... to practice throughout the territories to which this act extends.- (i) in all courts including the supreme court; (ii) before any tribunal or person legally authorised to take evidence; and (iii) before any other authority or person before whom such advocate is by or under any law for the time being in force entitled to .....

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Jan 14 1974 (HC)

Ajit Prasad Narayan Singh Vs. Smt. Nandini Satpathy

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jan-14-1974

Reported in : AIR1975Ori184

..... the date when polling took place, i.e., 26-11-1972. the election petition was presented on 10-1-1973. under section 9 of the general clauses act, 1897, which has been held to be applicable in computation of the period of limitation by the supreme court in k.v. rao's case, ..... or to absolve the petitioner from payment of security for costs is conferred, it cannot be exercised under any general law or any principle of equity. there is no provision in the act empowering the high court to absolve the petitioner from making any security deposit or to reduce the amount required to ..... an admission in substitution of lack of evidence. see the case ofbhagwati v. chandramaul, air 1966 sc 735, where it is stated:-- '........ the general rule no doubtis that the relief should be founded on pleadings made by the parties. but where the substantial matters relating to the title of both ..... the case of theberge v. laudry, (1876) 2 ac 102, who was dealing with the special nature of the jurisdiction of the election tribunal acting under election law, which runs as follows : '.........they are not acts constituting orproviding for the decision of mere ordinary civil rights; they are acts creating an entirely new, and up to ..... the second part of his contention, it is necessary to look to the lawof pleadings and the judicial decisions rendered in regard to the same. rule 3 of order 8 of the code of civil procedure provides that the denial must be specific and it shall not be sufficient to make general denial. .....

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May 15 1974 (FN)

Bob Jones Univ. Vs. Simon

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-15-1974

..... letter previously issued to it, contributions made to the organization by persons unaware of the changes in the status of the organization generally will be considered allowable if made on or before the date of publication of the internal revenue bulletin announcing that contributions are no ..... adding the federal tax exception to the declaratory judgment act. see n 7, supra. [ footnote 16 ] the anti-injunction act was written against the background of general equitable principles disfavoring the issuance of federal injunctions against taxes, absent clear proof that available remedies at law were inadequate. e.g., 78 u. s ..... ) had knowledge of the revocation of the ruling or determination letter, (2) was aware that such revocation was imminent, or (3) was in part responsible for, or was aware of, the activities or deficiencies on the part of the organization that gave rise to the loss of qualification." [ footnote ..... tax cases, 92 u. s. 575 , 92 u. s. 613 -614 (1876). cf. cheatham v. united states, 92 u. s. 85 , 92 u. s. 88 -89 (1876). the court has also identified "a collateral objective of the act -- protection of the collector from litigation pending a suit for refund." williams packing, ..... supra, at 370 u. s. 7 -8. in furtherance of these goals, the court in its most recent reading gave the act almost literal effect .....

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