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Feb 15 2001 (HC)

Harpal Singh Vs. Haryana Urban Development Authority

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-15-2001

Reported in : AIR2001P& H328

jawahar lal gupta, j.1. these five writ petitions raise a common issue - is the action of the chief administrator in refusing to accept the bid arbitrary counsel for the parties have referred to the facts in cwp no. 14199 of 2000. these may be briefly noticed.2. the haryana urban development authority published a notice indicating its intention to sell certain commercial plots by open auction. the auction was fixed for may 30, 2000. a reserve price of rs. 7.55lacs had been fixed for plot no. 42, sector 21-c, faridabad. the petitioners participated in the auction. they gave the bid of rs. 16.40 lacs. 10% of the amount viz. 1.64 lacs were deposited at the spot. when the petitioners did not get a letter of allotment, they served a legal notice on the respondents on july 31, 2000. this was followed by a suit in the court of civil judge (jr. division), faridabad. however, the suit was withdrawn. vide letter dated august 24, 2000, the petitioners were informed that their bid had not been accepted by the competent authority. a copy of this communication has been produced as annexure p.7 with the writ petition. aggrieved by the action, the petitioners have approached this court through the present writ petition. it is alleged that the action of the authority is arbitrary and unfair. there was no material on the basis of which the authority could have come to the conclusion that the offer made by the petitioners should be rejected. consequently, the petitioners pray that the impugned .....

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Mar 07 2001 (HC)

indrawati Vs. Ramesh Kumar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-07-2001

Reported in : 2003ACJ344

r.l. anand, j. 1. by this judgment, i will dispose of fao. no. 486 of 1987 titled indrawati v. ramesh ku-mar and others and fao no. 262 of 1987 ramesh ku-mar v. indrawati and others, as both these appeals have arisen from the award dated 9.1.1987 passed by the court of motor accident claims tribunal, rohtak, who, awarded a sum of rs. 18,000/- by way of compensation to smt. indrawati widow of shri rajinder singh, besides interest at the rate of 12% from the date of the filing of the claim petition till realisation.2. it was also ordered by the tribunal that shri ramesh kumar shall pay 50% amount of compensation while 50% amount of compensation shall be paid by respondents nos. 3 and 4 i.e. shri rameshwar dass and the state of haryana.3. smt. indrawati through her appeal has made a prayer that the compensation may be enhanced while shri ramesh kumar has filed the appeal that he is not liable to pay any compensation as awarded by the tribunal. it may also be mentioned here that motion bench dis-missed the appeal of shri ramesh kumar vis-a-vis smt. indrawati vide order dated 12.5.1987.4. it may also be mentioned here that the claim petition under section 110 of the motor vehicles act, was filed by smt. indrawati in the year 1986 and at that time she was pregnant and thereafter, she delivered a male child namely deepak who shall be added as a co-appellant with her mother.5. brief facts of the case are that on 28.5.1985 deceased rajinder singh, husband of smt. indrawati, was coming .....

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Feb 02 2001 (HC)

M/S. Shanti Kunj Investment (Pvt.) Ltd. Vs. U.T. Administration, Chand ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-02-2001

Reported in : AIR2001P& H309

orderjawahar lal gupta, j.1. the petitioners in these seven cases are the allottees of different commercial sites. they allege that the chandigarh administration has failed to provide basic amenities/facililies for theuse and occupation of the sites sold to them. they complain that the administration has failed to administer. it is guilty of mal-administration. yet, it is arbi-trarily charging ground rent and interest. it is even resorting to the resumption of sites. on these premises, the petitioners pray for the intervention of this court so as to prevent the administration from charging interest and ground rent. the factual position as relevant for the decision of these cases may be briefly noticed.cwp no. 9481/99 2. on february 12, 1989, the chandigarh administration auctioned godown site no. 290, sector 26, chandigarh. the petitioner alongwith his two brothers gave a bid for a premium of rs. 22,10,000/-. it was accepted. after deposit of 25% of the bid money viz. rs. 5,52,500/- the letter of allotment was issued to the petitioner on march 16, 1989. the site was given to the petitioner for 99 years on lease-hold basis. under the terms of allotment, the petitioner had to pay the amount alongwith interest at the rate of 7% per annum in three equal yearly instalments of rs. 6,31,590/-. these payments had to commence at the expiry of one year from the date of auction. besides that, the allottees had also to pay annual ground rental therate of rs. 55,250/- for the first 33 .....

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Aug 31 2001 (HC)

Ludhiana Improvement Trust Vs. Balraj Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-31-2001

Reported in : AIR2002P& H277

m.l. singhal, j.1. this is an execution second appeal filed by ludhiana improvement trust, ludhiana against the order of additional district judge, ludhiana dated 16.7.96 affirming that of senior subordinate judge, ludhiana dated 31.1.94 whereby he had dismissed its application dated 24.1.94 and had refused to hold auction sale dated 26.4.93 held in favour of rajender singh etc. auction purchasers as void and nullity and ordered the sale to be made absolute.facts:- 2. balraj singh and sukhdev singh sons of teja singh obtained an award dated 7.6.86 against ludhiana improvement trust, ludhiana (judgment debtors). on the basis of that award, they filed execution against the judgment debtors for payment of a sum of rs. i2,72,243.85 to them. in response to the warrant of attachment, the judgment debtors appeared through shri p.k. jain, advocate. warrant of attachment was issued by the executing court on 16.5.92 which was executed on 26.5.92 and land of the jd was attached. on 24.8.92, decree holders moved application under order 21 rule 66 cpc for issuance of proclamation of sale by public auction. no reply was filed by the judgment debtors' to that application. rather, the judgment debtors' counsel absented on 23.1.93 and judgment debtors were proceed ex pane. warrant of sale was issued on 22.2.93 on 26.4.93, property was put to sate by public auction. out of total land attached, land measuring 9 kanal was put to auction for rs.13,10,000/-. rajinder singh etc. auction purchasers .....

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Aug 30 2001 (HC)

Ashish Kapuria Vs. Baba Farid University of Health Sciences, Faridkot ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-30-2001

Reported in : AIR2002P& H80

swatanter kumar, j.1. the petitioners in the above mentioned seven writ petitions under articles 226/227 of the constitution of india, impugn/challenge the punjab medical entrance test, 2001, hereinafter to be referred as p.m.e. test 2001, held by baba farid university of health sciences, faridkot, for and on behalf of the state of punjab for admission to the m.b.b.s., b.d.s., b.a.m.s., b.h.m.s., bachelor of physiotherapy and bachelor of nursing courses, in the specified institutions, on the following grounds:-(a) it was neither possible nor probable for the university to declare the result within few hours after the holding of the p.m.e. test-2001;(b) the result has not been fairly compiled and declared in accordance with the terms of the brochure;(c) the petitioners are entitled to re-evaluation/re-check of their omr response sheets and the conditions of the brochure to the contrary are liable to be set aside;(d) the direction to use the pencil in answering the questions is again arbitrary and provides ample opportunity for the respondents to tamper with the omr response sheets to cause prejudice to the candidates.2. though in every petition the petitioners have not taken each of the aforestated grounds, still the learned counsel for the petitioners have strenuously argued all the above points on the basis of the facts stated in their respective writ petitions. as all the petitions raise common questions of fact and law for consideration of the court, it will be appropriate .....

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Feb 02 2001 (HC)

Ram Chander Vs. Anguri Devi

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-02-2001

Reported in : I(2002)DMC193

r. l. anand, j.1. reconciliation efforts made but not succeeded.2. this is a husband's appeal and has been directed against the judgment and decree dated 25.10.1999, passed by the court of additional district judge, kaithal, who, dismissed the petition under section 13 of the hindu marriage act filed by shri ram chander against his wife anguri devi.3. it has been inter alia pleaded by the appellant that his marriage with the respondent took place on 6.3.1968. the parties to the marriage co-habited with each other and a female child was born in the year 1983 i.e. after 15 years of the marriage. it is the common case of the parties that they co- habited with each other as husband and wife for 18 years. the petitioner is seeking the divorce by alleging that the behaviour of the respondent became disrespectful, non-co-operative, rude and offensive. since the solemnisation of the marriage, she used to treat the petitioner with cruelty and she also used to hurl abuses. respondent was in the habit of leaving the matrimonial home without the consent of the appellant and against his wishes. after 18 years of the marriage, respondent left the matrimonial home with the minor child. she filed a petition under section 125 cr.p.c. she further filed a criminal case under sections 406/498a i.p.c. in the year 1994 against the petitioner and his family members and all these acts committed on the part of the respondent are the acts of cruelty. it was further pleaded by the petitioner-appellant .....

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Nov 28 2001 (HC)

Mukta Sharma Vs. U.P. Industrial Corporation Association Ltd.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-28-2001

Reported in : AIR2002P& H232

bakhshish kaur, j. 1. the challenge in this revision is to the order whereby the matter has been referred to the arbitrator as per order dated november 18, 2000 passed by the learned additional civil judge (senior division), kharar.2. the factual matrix of the case is that mukta sharma plaintiff-petitioner (hereinafter referred to as 'the plaintiff) filed the suit for possession after ejectment of the defendants-respondent (hereinafter referred to as 'the defendants') from the tenanted premises and for recovery of rs. 25,000/- per month for the ground floor and rs. 10,000/- for the basement, in all rs. 35,000/- for the illegal use and occupation of premises from july, 1998 till delivery of possession thereof. interest at the rate of 12 percent per annum has also been claimed on the amount.3. the facts not disputed are that the defendants were inducted as tenants in the demised premises and an agreement to this effect was executed on 9.12.1989. initially, it was given or rent at the rate of rs. 7,475/- per month with an escalating clause of enhancement of rent at the rate of 15% after every five years. one of the clauses of the agreement deed related to referring the disputes to the sole arbitrator and that the award given by the arbitrator will be final and binding upon the parties.4. during the pendency of the suit, an application was filed for referring the matter to the arbitrator, which has been allowed by the trial court vide the impugned order. but, according to the .....

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Jan 18 2001 (HC)

Richa Sharma @ Happy Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-18-2001

Reported in : I(2001)DMC712

s.s. nijjar, j.1. this petition under section 482 cr.p.c. seeks quashing of the fir no. 229, dated 2.12.1998, under sections 498a, 406 and 506 i pc, registered at police station, beas, district amritsar.2. the petitioner is stated to be the un-married sister of the husband of the complainant. the birth certificate has been attached with this petition which shows that the petitioner was born on 20.2.1978. at the very outset, the impression given is that the petitioner has been residing throughout in chandigarh. in support of this statement of fact, the petitioner has attached certificate, annexure, p-2, issued by the central board of secondary education, delhi, showing that she appeared in all india senior school certificate examination i.e. 10+2, in the year 1995. this certificate shows that the petitioner appeared as a student of government girls model senior secondary school, sector 40, chandigarh. it is also the case of the petitioner that the marriage between her brother and the complainant was solemnised on 24.7.1995. it is stated that the petitioner was studying at chandigarh and was living alongwith her parents at chandigarh. her brother was posted in shimla even before the marriage. after marriage, he took his wife away to shimla. it is categorically stated in paragraph 5 of the petition that she has been studying and living at chandigarh all the time. paragraph 5 of the petition is reproduced hereun-der for ready reference :-'5. the petitioner has been studying and .....

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Jan 10 2001 (HC)

Shimla Rani Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-10-2001

Reported in : I(2001)DMC784

orderk.s. garewal, j. 1. the petitioner is a 65 years old woman. without adverting to the merits or demerits of the petition, the age of the petitioner is sufficient ground to release her on bail. 2. bail to the satisfaction of the cjm/trial court, ferozepur. 3. petition allowed.

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Nov 09 2001 (HC)

Punjab Tractors Ltd. Vs. Joint Commissioner of Income-tax

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-09-2001

Reported in : (2002)173CTR(P& H)84; [2002]254ITR242(P& H)

jawahar lal gupta, j.1. is the action of the respondent-joint commissioner of income-tax, special range, patiala, in issuing notice dated march 29, 2001, under section 148 of the income-tax act, 1961, rendered illegal merely for the reason that notice under section 143(2) had not been issued to the petitioner this is the short question that arises for consideration in this petition under article 226 of the constitution. a few facts may be noticed.2. on december 24, 1999, the petitioner filed its return of income for the assessment year 1999-2000. it declared an income of rs. 1,45,26,10,930. on may 23, 2000, the respondent informed the petitioner that after adjusting the tax already paid, it was liable to pay an amount of rs. 1,46,88,952. a copy of this 'intimation' is at annexure p-2 with the writ petition. the petitioner filed an appeal claiming that the amount of rs. 1,70,20,247 charged by way of interest under section 234c was not leviable. vide order dated november 23,2000, the commissioner of income-tax (appeals) accepted the petitioner's claim.3. on february 25, 2001, the assessing officer issued notice under section 154/155 for amendment of the intimation under section 143(1). on march 8, 2001, the petitioner filed its reply. it also filed a revised return of income on march 19, 2001.4. on march 31, 2001, the petitioner received a notice dated march 29, 2001, under section 148 of the act. a copy of this notice is at annexure p-3 with the writ petition. the petitioner .....

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