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Feb 12 1971 (HC)

The Regional Transport Authority, Patiala and anr. Vs. Gurbachan Singh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1972P& H5

..... state of punjab, ilr (1958) punj 1590=(air 1959 punj 1)(fb) on the basis of which the two writ petitions giving rise to the letters patent appeals, were allowed solely on the ground that the grant of the temporary permit was invalid because no notice had been issued to the persons providing transport ..... operator a pre-emptive opportunity, if other conditions were equal.'12. another argument that was advanced by the learned counsel for the respondents in the two letters patent appeals and the petitioner in civil writ no. 1386 of 1969, was that the authority can, in the matter of grant of temporary permits, abuse its ..... permit it is not necessary to issue a notice to the persons affected thereby before granting it. the learned counsel for the respondents in the letters patent appeals and for the petitioner in the writ petition, on the other hand urge that only the procedure prescribed in section 57 has been excluded by ..... , 50 and 55 of the act before it can be granted.10. faced with this situation, the learned counsel for the respondents in the letters patent appeals and the petitioner in civil writ 1386 of 1969 referred to sections 42 to 45 of the act and contended that these provisions do apply no ..... under section 62 of the act?2. three cases were placed before me and sandhawalia, j. for disposal, they being :1. letters patent appeal no. 122 of 1969; 2. letters patent appeal no. 185 of 1968; and 3. civil writ no. 1386 of 1969.it was represented at the hearing that only one point .....

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Dec 04 1958 (HC)

Kartar Singh Hira Singh and anr. Vs. Haripal Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1960P& H29

..... necessary for the appellant to obtain a certificate of fitness and he would have been at liberty to present an appeal to this court under clause 10 of the letters patent without any such certificate.two authorities of supreme court, namely nathoo lal v. durga prasad, air 1954 sc 355 and indira sohanlal v. custodian of evacuee property, delhi, (s) air ..... not competent as the learned judge by whom the order under appeal was passed had declined to certify that the case is a fit one for appeal to the letters patent bench.(4) section 63 of the states reorganisation act is in the following terms :63(1) all proceedings pending in the high court of patiala and east punjab states union ..... state of pepsu was integrated with the state of the punjab on 1-11-1956 and the appellants preferred an appeal to this court under clause 10 of the letters patent against the order of the learned chief justice of the pepsu high court. this appeal is now before us for consideration.(3) mr. nehra who appears for the respondents raises ..... a.n. bhandari, c.j. (1) this appeal under clause 10 of the letters patent raises the question whether a right of appeal which has been destroyed under the patiala and east punjab states union judicature ordinance, 2005 bk., has been revived by s. 63 .....

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Oct 06 1982 (HC)

The Chandigarh Administration and ors. Vs. Surjit Kesar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1983P& H142

..... rules framed thereunder, is essentially transient and migratory in nature--comes to be the spinal issue in these two connected appeals under clause x of the letters patent preferred by the chandigarh administration.2. the issues of fact and law being admittedly common, the factual matrix may be picked from l. p. a ..... three years licence on the one hand and a temporary licence on the other. by virtue of sub-rule (ii) a three years licence is patently renewable and not only that it seems to be (without conclusively pronouncing thereupon) mandatory so on the application of the licensee provided, of course, the ..... further extension, the necessity of recording of reasons to do so and the method of calculating the aggregate period are all sharp pointers to the patent intent of the statue that such a licence is essentially transient and temporary in its nature.12. the aforesaid stand is further buttressed when reference ..... of temporary licence as also the period for its extension and further are counted in prohibitory terms. on this basic promise, it is patent that the reasons clearly and categorically given by the home secretary for affirming the refusal if extension by the licensing authority are both germane to ..... the issue and are patently valid. it was found as a fact that the temporary licence for the raj talkies had already continued to be extended from time to .....

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May 08 1968 (HC)

Chanan Dass Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1968P& H529

..... only a question of law and then remits the case to the learned single judge for deciding the other points arising in the case, the letters patent bench, in an appeal against the final decision given by the learned single judge, cannot examine the correctness of the view of the earlier division ..... of the division bench, dated february 19, 1964, will operate as res judicata inter partes, and cannot be allowed to be challenged in this letters patent appeal from the final judgment of the learned single judge, to whom the case was sent back expressly for deciding the writ petition only on the other ..... a question of law and then remits the case to the learned single judge for deciding the other points arising in the case, the letters patent bench in an appeal against the final decision given by the learned single judge cannot examine the correctness of the view of the earlier division bench ..... c. w. 1492 of 1961) was also heard, operated as res judicata between the parties and the correctness thereof could not be questioned in the letters patent appeal against the judgment of khanna, j. dated 24-3-1964 whereby he had dismissed the appellant's writ petition in view of that decision. the ..... and the same could not be re-agitated before and reversed by the full bench. the difficulty, however, arose, because in the present case, the letters patent bench consisting of mehar singh, c. j. and mahajan, j. as already mentioned above, allowed the law point, decided by the earlier division bench consisting .....

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Sep 20 1972 (HC)

Tulsa Singh Vs. the State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1973P& H263

..... writ no. 1911 of 1971 challenging the acquisition proceedings, which was dismissed by the learned single judge and he has come up in appeal under clause 10 of the letters patent.2. before us the main point urged was that the notification under section 4 of the land acquisition act, 1894 (hereinafter referred to as the act), is not in accordance ..... 1. the facts giving rise to this appeal under clause 10 of the letters patent are as follows:in the year 1958 notification no. 8277/w1 was published in the official gazette for the acquisition of land described therein for a public purpose, namely, ' for .....

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Jul 16 1964 (HC)

National Rayon Corporation Ltd., Bombay Vs. the Additional Assistant E ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1965P& H62; [1964]15STC746(P& H)

dulat, j. (1) these three appeals under clause 10 of the letters patent (letters patent appeals nos. 263, 264 and 265 of 1963 ). arise out of a single judgment of shamsher bahadur, j., by which he dismissed three writ petitions brought on behalf of the .....

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May 20 1994 (HC)

Shri A.S. Chatha Vs. Malook Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 1994CriLJ3034; (1994)105PLR43

..... in our opinion this order cannot by any stretch of imagination be construed as a judgment for the purposes ofclause x of the letters patent and we are fully convinced that the appeal is misconceived. instead of placing fell material before the learned single judge and instead of satisfying ..... would not apply to internal appeals within the high court. even if it be assumed thatorder 43, rule 1 does not apply to letters patent appeals, the principles governing these provisions would apply by process of analogy. having regard to the nature of the orders contemplated in the various ..... , the appellant has a right to file an appeal underclause x of the letters patent. he placed reliance on judgment of a division bench of madras high court in shantha v. pai v. vasanth builders, madras 1991 criminal ..... the contempt of courts act, 1971, may not be maintainable, this appeal can appropriately be treated as an appeal underclause x of the letters patent. mr. saron argued that by the impugned order the learned single judge has decided the controversy regarding maintainability of the contempt petition and, therefore ..... also stayed further proceedings pending before the learned single judge.3. mr. p.s. patwalia, learned counsel for the respondents, argued that the letters patent appeal by the appellant is not maintainable in view of the plain and unambiguous language of section 19 of the contempt of courts act, 1971. .....

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Sep 13 1990 (HC)

Jagjit Cotton Textile Mills Ltd. Vs. the State of Punjab Through the S ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1991)99PLR117

..... the gross annual value may be determined under clause (c) of section 3 (1) of the act.13. for the foregoing reason, we allow letters patent appeal and set aside the judgment of the learned single judge and while allowing the writ petition, remit the case back to the committee constituted under section 4 ..... that the learned judges of the full bench also noticed in para 16, the judgment of the learned single judge, against which the present letters patent appeal has been filed. they noticed the observations of the learned single judge to the effect that it was otherwise inconceivabla that if the annual rent ..... ), and the corporation in defence, relied on skinner's case (supra), as also the single bench judgment of this court, against which the present letters patent appeal has been filed. the bench had decided the case in favour of the petitioner punjab concast case (supra), relying upon the ratio of devan daulat ..... 1) 97 p. l. r. 1, has overruled skinner's case (supra). even the judgment of the learned single judge against which the present letters patent appeal has been filed, has also been noticed by the fall bench. in view of the pull beach judgment overruling skirner's case (supra) and in ..... (1969) 71 p. l. r. 205. on which the learned single judge had based his judgment in the writ petition, against which the present letters patent appeal has been filed, was under consideration by the full bench in banarsi dass mahojan's case (supra), the full bench in its judgment in banarsi dass .....

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Sep 01 1998 (HC)

Chandigarh Administration and ors. Vs. Ashwani Kumar and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1998)120PLR764

..... the respondent was similarly placed with the other defaulters.9. mr. p.s. patwalia, learned counsel for the appellant smt. joginder kaur, in letters patent appeal no. 641 of 1992, pointed out that the site had been restored in the year 1981 subject to the specific undertaking given by the respondent ..... , learned counsel for the appellant in letters patent appeal no. 6218 of 1992 which has been filed by the chandigarh administration, has contended that the learned single judge has erred in quashing the orders ..... vice of discrimination and, was vitiated. aggrieved by this decision, the administration as well as the allotee (smt. joginder kaur) have filed the two letters patent appeals. ashwani kumar the tenant, is the first respondent in both the cases.7. learned counsel for the parties have been heard.8. mr. subhash goel ..... 15-d, chandigarh, is the bone of contention. on april 15, 1963, this site was allotted to smt. joginder kaur, the appellant in letters patent appeal no. 641 of 1992. the site was meant to be used for setting up an atta chakki a flour mill. it appears that the allottee raised ..... having been set aside by the learned single judge, the allottee-owner of the premises as well as the chandigarh administration have filed these two letters patent appeals. since both the appeals are directed against one judgment, these can be disposed of by a common order. a few facts may be noticed .....

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Aug 09 1962 (HC)

State of Punjab and ors. Vs. Raghunath Dass

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1963P& H76

tek chand, j. 1. this judgment will dispose of three letters.. patent appeals nos. 125, 126 and 127 of 1962, preferred from the judgment of d. k. mahajan judge, as all these appeals give rise to similar questions of fact and law. .....

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