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Jun 23 1975 (HC)

Advocate General Vs. Abraham George

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Jun-23-1975

Reported in : 1976CriLJ158

..... also not permissible to prove that the judgment of this court, which was adversely cruised, was wrongly rendered this court said so in the decision in. advocate general v. jahn. 1965 ker i.t 429 : (1965) 1 cri lj 176, the supreme court in perspective publication v. state of maharashtra. : ..... , alleppy. it is said that the res- pondent has committed criminal contempt falling within the scope of section 2(c) of the contempt of courts act 1971 {hereinafter referred to as the act).2. though the case came up on an earlier occasion before another division bench the matter was not disposed of ..... that a farce (of heavy) was held without recognising the principle that any priest and the respondent were equals clearly imputes partiality or bias on the part of the learned judges. these statements, we consider, do amount to scandalous attack of the court. these have been made in a petition addressed ..... to maintain the dignity and respect for the courts, as without this, the public confidence in the administration of justice will be imperilled and the law itself will fall into disrepute. naturally therefore there must be limitation to the privilege of criticism of decisions rendered by courts. while judgments are open ..... s. krishnamurthy iyer sitting there in the bench 'with his eves closed' suggesting that justice t. s. krishnamoorthy iyer did not play an independant part in the disposal of the appeal.3. the party appeared in person and argued his case. he reiterated hi stand that what was done by him .....

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May 12 1975 (FN)

Alyeska Pipeline Svc. Co. Vs. Wilderness Soc'y

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-12-1975

..... s.rep. no. 1329, 89th cong., 2d sess., 3 (1966). see also h.r.rep. no. 1535, 89th cong., 2d sess., 2, 3 (1966). the attorney general, in transmitting the proposal for legislation which led to the amendment, said that "[t]he bill makes it clear that the fees and expenses of attorneys ..... brewing co., 386 u. s. 714 , 386 u. s. 717 (1967) (footnotes omitted). see generally goodhart, costs, 38 yale l.j. 849 (1929); c. mccormick, law of damages 234-236 (1935). [ footnote 19 ] the federal judiciary act of sept. 24, 1789, 1 stat. 73, touched upon costs in 9, 11-12, 20-23, ..... s representation should be placed upon the defendant if (1) the important right being protected is one actually or necessarily shared by the general public or some class thereof; (2) the plaintiff's pecuniary interest in the outcome, if any, would not normally justify incurring the cost of counsel; and (3) ..... the court of appeals. [ footnote 47 ] the decision below must therefore be reversed. so ordered. mr. justice douglas and mr. justice powell took no part in the consideration or decision of this case. [ footnote 1 ] for a discussion and chronology of the events surrounding this litigation, see dominick & brody, ..... of "costs" in the statutory sense, since the attorneys' fee award was legitimately included as a part of the primary relief to which the plaintiff was entitled, rather than an ancillary adjustment of litigation expenses. [ footnote 2/4 ] finally, in fleischmann distilling corp. v. maier brewing co., 386 u. s. 714 .....

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Aug 25 1975 (HC)

Ranchhoddas Govinddas Banatwala

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Aug-25-1975

Reported in : (1976)78BOMLR219; 1976MhLJ636

..... evidencing the grant to him of administration to the estate of the deceased, or(ii) a certificate granted under section 31 or section 32 of the administrator general's act, 1913, and having the debt mentioned therein, or(iii) a succession certificate granted under part x and having the debt specified therein, or(iv) a certificate granted under ..... 214, counsel are agreed, and the proposition appears to be correct, that the same definition would govern; the meaning the word 'debt' occurring in part x of the said act. there are two direct authorities-one of the patna high court and the other of the allahabad high court, both of a single judge-on the ..... to 17) of 'corpus juris secundum'. a careful perusal of that section of the book shows that the statement of law contained therein does not support mr. vahanvati. the said section opens with general observations under the sub-heading 'in general' and the commentary under it is as follows (p. 1) :from the latin 'debere', meaning to owe, ..... wife is entitled to receive from her husband in consideration of the marriage. mr. vahanvati relied upon the definition of 'maher' given in mulla's principles of mahomedan law, seventeenth edition, article 285, at p. 277. that definition is 'maher or dower i& a sum of money or other property which the wife is entitled ..... said notes are as follows:(1) a 'debt' is a sum payable in respect of a liquidated money demand, recoverable by action (rowley v. rawley (1876) l.r. 1 q.b.d. 460, see. seldom v. wilde [1910 .....

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Nov 07 1975 (SC)

Smt. Indira Nehru Gandhi Vs. Shri Raj NaraIn and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-07-1975

Reported in : AIR1975SC2299; 1975(Supp)SCC1; [1976]2SCR347

..... retrospective effect, the constituent authority, which is a kind of super legislature, would a fortiori be entitled to do so.187. part (ii) of clause (4) spells out the consequence which flows from part (i) of the clause. if the previous law in so far as it relates to the election petitions and matters connected therewith was not to apply to the election of ..... of parliament shall be questioned except by a petition complaining of an undue election or undue return (hereinafter referred to as parliamentary election petition) presented in accordance with this part of this act.(2) a petition complaining of no return shall be deemed to be a parliamentary election petition and the high court may make such order thereon as they think expedient for ..... . rousseau wrote : contract social, bk ii, chap. vi.when i say that the object of laws is always general. i mean that the law considers subjects collectively and actions as abstract; never a man as an individual, nor an action as particular neither is what the sovereign himself orders about a particular object a law but a decree; not an act of sovereignty, but of magistracy ..... our constitution which deserves greater devotion than any other part of it, it is certainly the preamble to our constitution. 568 a. the american supreme court, in the context of the especially american conditions and needs, after leaning sometimes towards a recognition of 'state sovereignty' (see : ware v. hylton (1876) 3 dall 199; dred scott v. sandford (1856) 19 how 393) .....

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