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Jul 19 1995 (HC)

M/S. Ashoka Hosiery Vs. State of Haryana and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-19-1995

Reported in : AIR1996P& H49; (1996)112PLR91

..... court as any expression of opinion by this court would obviously prejudice the case of either of the sides before the said court.6. finding no merit in this letters patent appeal, we dismiss the same leaving the parties to bear their own costs. the appellant may, if it so chooses, institute a civil suit within a period of three months ..... being governed by terms of contract and not by statutory provisions. it is this order of the learned single judge which has been challenged by the appellant through present letters patent appeal.3. before the contentions raised by the learned counsel for the appellant are noticed, it would be useful to briefly mention the stand projected in the written statement filed ..... from letters patent appeal no. 631 of 1993 titled m/s. ashoka hosiery v. state of haryana.2. the appellant was allotted plot bearing ..... facts arise in all these appeals. the appeals have been filed under clause x of the letters patent act no. 1891 against the order dated 20th december, 1991 passed by amarjeet chaudhary, j. who likewise disposed of civil writ petitions giving rise to the letters patent appeals along with some other petitions by a common judgment. the facts have, however, been extracted .....

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Sep 06 1995 (HC)

Satish Nath Sharma Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-06-1995

Reported in : 1996ACJ521; (1996)112PLR159

..... to meet the ends of justice, we direct the state of haryana to pay a lumpsum of rs. 80,000/- as compensation to the claimants in letters patent appeal no. 687 of 1986. the learned tribunal has already awarded a sum of rs. 56,600/- as compensation which was affirmed by the learned single ..... accident claims tribunal. some of the claimants as well as the state of haryana, aggrieved by the impugned judgment of the learned single judge, have filed letters patent appeals, as mentioned above.6. mr. arun nehra, learned additional advocate general, haryana, appearing for the state of haryana, urged that the enhancement of compensation ..... the learned single judge on april 28, 1986, in f.a.os nos. 5 of 1983, 63 of 1983 and 64 of 1983.2. letters patent appeals nos. 818 and 819 of 1986 are filed by the state of haryana challenging the award of compensation in favour of satish nath sharma and usha ..... and 819 of 1986 are filed by the state of haryana praying for reduction of compensation granted to satish nath sharma and usha rani whereas two letters patent appeals nos. 686 and 687 of 1986 are filed by the claimants for enhancement of compensation.3. the learned single judge has very succinctly set ..... interest at the rate of 12 per cent per annum from the date of the application filed before the tribunal. in the result, letters patent appeal no. 687 of 1986 is allowed with costs. we hope the respondents in this appeal will pay the compensation expeditiously and preferably before 31st december, 1995. .....

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Oct 13 1995 (HC)

Raj Rishi Gupta Vs. Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd. and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-13-1995

Reported in : AIR1996P& H191; (1996)112PLR52

..... selection of dealers and distributors. he, cannot, therefore, be allotted outlet and he cannot claim the same merely because he was on the merit panel.8. in the result, letters patent appeal 267 of 1995 and civil writ petition 3618 of 1995 are partly allowed to the extent that the allotment of the retail outlet in favour of singhal is quashed ..... .50,000/- and since gupta is also out of the consideration, the out let should be allotted to him as he was no. 3 in the merit panel. the letters patent appeal as also the writ petition filed by sharma were ordered to be heard together and are being disposed of by this order.5. first we will take up the ..... and it was observed that he was not sitting in appeal over the decision of the board in this regard. the writ petition was accordingly dismissed. gupta has filed letters patent appeal no. 267 of 1995 in this court against the decision of the learned single judge. around the same time sharma also jumped in the fray and filed civil writ ..... without deduction of expenditure which may otherwise be deductible for purposes of assessment under the income-lax act is the short but interesting question that arises for determination in letters patent appeal no. 267 of 1995 and civil writ petition 3618 of 1995. both these cases can be conveniently disposed of by one order as the challenge in them is to .....

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Jan 18 1995 (HC)

JaIn Singh and Others Vs. State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-18-1995

Reported in : AIR1995P& H243; (1995)109PLR614

..... , for the state, it must transfer the ownership of property to the state. ordinarily, it is the complete transfer of title, ownership, interest and possession i.e. all the rights patent or latent in the estate. there has to be complete extinguishment of rights. mere suspension of rights of taking over management for a definite or indefinite period would not amount .....

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Sep 04 1995 (HC)

Kaka Ram Pars Ram and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-04-1995

Reported in : (1996)112PLR691

..... .c. dhuriwala, advocate. the fact that some of the petitioners were common in the two writ petitions, referred to above, was concealed. no interim directions were obtained in the letters patent appeal, filed against the judgment of single judge upholding validity of the notifications aforesaid. it was not mentioned that the writ petition earlier challenging the notifications stood dismissed, while appearing ..... orders and the assertions made in the application, it has transpired that on december 21, 1993, when the present writ petition came up for hearing, on that very day letters patent appeal aforesaid was also taken up for hearing. incidentally counsel for the petitioners who addressed the full benches aforesaid on behalf of the petitioners and the appellants respectively, was the ..... 1988 was filed, challenging the aforesaid notifications on behalf of the shopkeepers, who were doing business in the old mandi, jagraon. on july 26, 1990, the same was dismissed. letters patent appeal no. 1107 of 1990 is stated to have been filed against the aforesaid decision, which came up for preliminary hearing on december 21, 1993. it was ordered to be ..... taken up alongwith civil writ petition no. 4199 of 1991 by the letters patent bench. at this stage, it may be observed that the aforesaid writ petition as well as letters patent appeal was filed by 92 persons.the present writ petition (no. 15831/93) was filed by 149 petitioners, which incidentally included .....

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Mar 25 1995 (HC)

Lawyers' Intiative through Sh. R.S. Bains, Advocate and another Vs. St ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-25-1995

Reported in : AIR1996P& H1

..... the details about the seats allocated by the ministry should be given wide publicity in the states/ union territories and the applications should be invited from eligible candidates. there is patent breach of this mandatory condition which is contained in annexure r/1. as stated earlier, learned advocate general has fairly stated that no such publicity was given in the state ..... opportunity was not given to the rightful candidates which is very basic fabric of rule of law and articles 14 and 16 of the constitution of india. any breach, a patent breach, as is found in the present case, of articles 14 and 16 of the constitution of india cannot be sustained in the court of law.mr. balhara, however, during .....

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Jul 07 1995 (HC)

Sandhu C.S. Vs. State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-07-1995

Reported in : (1997)IIILLJ718P& H; (1995)111PLR427

..... jurisdiction of the government to prima facie consider the merits of the dispute and observed at p. 522 :'while considering a very limited jurisdiction to the state government to examine patent frivolousness of the demands it is to be understood as a rule, that adjudication of demands made by the workmen should be left to the tribunal to be decided. section ..... the question as to whether its power to make a reference should be exercised under section 10(1) read with section 12(5), or not. if the claim made is patently frivolous, or is clearly belated, the appropriate government may refuse to make a reference. likewise, if the impact of the claim on the general relations between the employer and the .....

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Oct 12 1995 (HC)

Mani Ram and Others Vs. State of Haryana and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-12-1995

Reported in : AIR1996P& H92; (1996)112PLR45

..... that the tenure of the committee of primary, central and apex milk producer's co-operative societies shall be as specified in the bye-laws of such societies.' it is patently clear from the aforesaid that by virtue of amended sub-section (4) of the section 28 of the haryana co-operative societies act, the managing committee instead of 3 years .....

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Sep 05 1995 (HC)

Maman Chand Vs. Smt. Kamla

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-05-1995

Reported in : (1996)113PLR147

..... has failed to keep in mind the fundamental principle that the appellate court can interfere with an interlocutory order of the trial court only when it is shown to be patently illegal or perverse. the learned district judge has not held that the order of the trial court rejecting an application for injunction filed by the plaintiff-respondent, suffers from error .....

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Sep 21 1995 (HC)

Janta Singh Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-21-1995

Reported in : (1996)112PLR184

..... . 1986 s.c. 1499 the apex court has further clarified this rule of interpretation that plain words of the statute should be interpreted according to their plain meaning. to avoid patent injustice, anomaly or absurdity or to avoid invalidation of a law, the court would be well justified in departing from the so-called golden rule of construction so as to .....

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