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Jan 28 1972 (HC)

Khiali Ram and anr. Vs. Sant Lal

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-28-1972

Reported in : AIR1972P& H393

1. this is a second appeal by the defendants who are brothers inter se and has arisen from a suit for possession of agricultural land measuring 32 kanals by pre-emption. the land in dispute was sold by ladha ram, the paternal grandfather of the plaintiff-respondent, in favour of the defendants on the 1st of june, 1955 for rs.4,000. the plaintiff sought to pre-empt the sale on the ground of his relationship with the vendor. the suit was resisted by the defendants with the plea that they were occupying the land as tenants under the vendor on the date of the sale and that, therefore, the sale could not be pre-empted. this plea found favour with the trial court but was negatived in appeal by shri. a. n. aggarwal, additional district judge, hissar, who rejected as false the relevant entries in khasra girdawari exhibit d-2, according to which the defendants were in possession of the land in dispute as tenants under the vendor during the agricultural year 1964-65.2. the case of the appellants before me is that the learned additional district judge has misinterpreted the evidence and drawn wrong inferences therefrom and that on a correct appreciation thereof the khasra girdawari entries must be held to be fully reliable. after hearing learned counsel for the parties, i am of the opinion that the contention raised by the learned counsel for the appellants merits acceptance.3. the land in dispute is comprised of killas nos. 5, 6, 15 and 16 of rectangle no. 289. according to the entries .....

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Jan 31 1972 (HC)

Ram Kishan Mehra and ors. Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-31-1972

Reported in : AIR1972P& H433

order1. civil writ petitions nos. 352 and 351 of 1971 are inter-connected. the petitioners and the properties which are the subject-matter of dispute, in both the petitions, are the same. it will, therefore, be convenient to dispose them of by one judgment.2. the petitions arise out of these facts:--3. the eleven petitioners are co-owners of bungalow no. 24, cooper road, amritsar. respondent 3 is the district magistrate, amritsar. he has different legal capacities viz., (a) president of amritsar central consumers co-operative stores ltd., amritsar (hereinafter referred to as limited concern); (b) competent authority under defence of india act, 1962 (hereinafter referred to as the defence act); (c) competent authority under punjab requisitioning and acquisition of immovable property act, 1953 (hereinafter referred to as the punjab act); (d) competent authority under the requisitioning and acquisition of immovable property act, (central act) 1952; and (e) competent authority under the sarai act.4. respondent 3 in purported exercise of the emergency powers under section 29 of the defence act and the rules framed thereunder, delegated to him by the union of india (respondent 1) and the state of punjab (respondent 2) made an order, dated april 26, 1963 (annexure b) requisitioning the ground floor of the aforesaid bungalow of the petitioners. in exercise of the same powers, by another order of may 25, 1963 respondent 3, requisitioned the 2nd storey of the same building of the .....

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Jan 31 1972 (HC)

Charan Singh Vs. Dewan Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-31-1972

Reported in : AIR1972P& H288

order1. the facts giving rise to this revision petition no. 151 of 1971 and the connected regular second appeal no. 218 of 1971 are these. on 4th may, 1966 one gurnam singh sold by a registered-deed, agricultural land measuring 10 kanals and 2 marlas, situate in village rachhin, district ludhiana, to joginder singh and his three brothers gurdial singh, mukhtiar singh and gurcharan singh (sometimes called charan singh) for rs.4,000/-. on 1st may 1967, diwan singh filed a suit for pre-emption on the ground that he was the uncle of the vendor and, therefore, had a preferential right to purchase this land. it appears that out of the vendees, mukhtiar singh and gurcharan singh were employed in the army. during the pendency of the suit, on 27th january 1968, an application was sent by mukhtiar singh from the place where he was serving in the army, through his commanding officer, to the learned sessions judge, ludhiana saying that a case had been filed against him by diwan singh and proceedings in the same be stayed under the soldiers' litigation act. this application was first placed before the sessions judge on 31st january 1968 and it then came up before the trial judge on 2nd february 1968, who directed that it should be placed on the file for necessary orders. but it appears that no orders were ever passed on this application. twice efforts were made to serve mukhtiar singh and gurcharan singh--first on 31st july, 1967, and then on 1st september, 1967. on the first occasion, it .....

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Feb 07 1972 (HC)

Durga Dass Vs. F. Balak Ram and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-07-1972

Reported in : AIR1973P& H326

1. this execution second appeal is directed against an order, dated 23rd april, 1965, of the district judge, hoshiarpur. it arises out of these facts: firm balak ram mehar chand were a contractual partnership, mukhi ram thakar dass and amrit lal were its partners. they were adjudicated insolvents on 24th july, 1959, by the insolvency judge, hoshiarpur, ramesh chand sood was appointed as the official receiver. on 21st may, 1963, durga dass, one of the creditors, made an application in the insolvency court alleging that the official receiver was amiss in the discharge of his functions in as much as he had failed to take possession of all the assets of the insolvents. it was further averred that the insolvents had a big building at hoshiarpur and that the official receiver should be directed to sell that property for the benefit of the creditors.2. the insolvents resisted the application and pleaded that they had no assets excepting the main residential building which was exempt from sale under section 60(1)(ccc) of the code of civil procedure. the only point which was argued before the lower appellate court on behalf of the creditors was, that one shop and one chobara above it, belonging to the insolvents though attached to the residential building of the insolvents, were not in their occupation, and, as such were not immune from attachment and sale. the lower appellate court found that the shop was in the occupation of tenants named. lalji ram dass, under the insolvents. it, .....

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Feb 08 1972 (HC)

Naurati and ors. Vs. Mehma Singh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-08-1972

Reported in : AIR1972P& H421

order1. the following pedigree-table will be helpful in understanding the facts of this case:--2. sahib ditta, indisputably, was the owner of the land, measuring 1 kanal, 3 marlas, comprised in khasra no. 62, situate in village dhanas, in the union territory of chandigarh. sahib ditta died on 26th september, 1954. on 15th june, 1967 mehma singh sold 12 marlas, out of khasra no. 62, to labh singh and piara singh. in october, 1967 the vendees filed a suit against naurati and six others for an injunction restraining the defendants from interfering with their possession over the property sold to them by mehma singh. their allegations were that they were the owners of this property by virtue of the sale effected in their favour by mehma singh. the suit was contested by naurati and the other defendants. she claimed ownership on the ground that the property originally belonged to her father sahib ditta and after his death, the said property devolved on her. as regards the other defendants, the case of one of them, namely, baru son of dyal (it ought to be dyal son of baru) was that he was the tenant of naurati. so far as the rest were concerned, they said that they had unnecessarily been impleaded as defendants. in december, 1968, this suit was dismissed on the finding that naurati was the heir of her father sahib ditta and the property in dispute had devolved on her after her father's death and mehma singh had nothing to do with it and, consequently, he had no right to sell the same .....

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Feb 09 1972 (HC)

Piari NaraIn Dut Vs. Viran Devi

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-09-1972

Reported in : AIR1972P& H40

..... could represent her father, because, admittedly, the widow did represent her husband, but this matter was settled by a bench of this court in smt. kago v. smt. shamble, letters patent appeal no. 162 of 1967, decided on 24-11-1970 (punj). there it was held that under custom there was right of representation in matters of collateral succession, that sex .....

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Feb 09 1972 (HC)

Sardha Ram Vs. Central Government and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-09-1972

Reported in : AIR1972P& H296

order1. the relevant facts which led to the filing of this writ petition are not in dispute. it is the common case of both sides that the petitioner was entitled to purchase the acquired evacuee urban agricultural land in dispute and that chapter v-a of the displaced persons (compensation and rehabilitation) rules 1955 (hereinafter called the rules) applies to the land in question. it is also the admitted case of both sides that the petitioner is entitled to purchase the agricultural land in question under the proviso toe rule 34-c of the rules. the only dispute relates to the valuation of the said land and the resultant amount which the petitioner has to pay to the rehabilitation authorities. by order annexure 'a' dated september 28, 1966, the managing officer fixed the price of the land at rs.1500/- per kanal. petitioner's appeal against that order was partly allowed by shri s. n. bahl, assistant settlement commissioner (in exercise of his delegated powers of settlement commissioner) on october 23, 1967 (annexure 'b'). the price of khasra number 1708/923 was maintained at rs.1500/- per kanal on the ground that the same had not been disturbed by the chief settlement commissioner in earlier proceedings while remanding the case for revaluation of other khasra numbers. in the remaining khasra numbers, the price had been brought down to rs.1250/- per kanal. the petitioner had claimed before the appellate authority that the valuation should be fixed at rs.400/- per kanal at which .....

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Feb 10 1972 (HC)

Northern India Finance Corporation (P.) Ltd. (In Liquidation) Vs. R.L. ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-10-1972

Reported in : AIR1973P& H35; [1973]43CompCas495(P& H)

order1. this is claim petition under sub-section (2) of section 446 of the companies act, 1956 for recovery of rs. 12,610.15 p. the petitioner-company was carrying on finance business at jullundar. a petition for its winding up was filed on june 9, 1969. the company was ordered to wound up by this court in civil original 26 of 1969, on 9-1-1970 (punj). the official liquidator attached to this court was appointed the liquidator of the company. he has, therefore, filed this claim petition on behalf of the company in his official capacity. 2. the claim is that on december 27, 1962 a sum of rs. 6,000/-was lent by the company to r. l. soni respondent and the same was repayable with interest at 12 percent per annum which is the usual rate at which the company charged interest on loans granted by it. according to the claim petition, part payment of rs. 594/-and rs. 500/-were made in cash by the respondent towards principal interest in account on april 12, 1965 and may 21, 1966 respectively. another sum of rs. 1,000/-is said to have been paid to the company by cheque exhibit p.7 on june 15, 1966, but the said cheque was dishonoured.3. the claim has been contested by the respondent. according to his written statement, the respondent and one gurcharan singh bakhshi were partners of messrs. sonico distributors and gurcharan singh's mother shrimati anup kaur had a deposit of rs. 8000/-with the company, out of which the sum of rupees 6,000/-in question was drawn by the respondent on .....

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Feb 12 1972 (HC)

Firm Chhelu Mal Hari Ram and ors. Vs. Firm Mangtu Ram Devki Nandan and ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-12-1972

Reported in : AIR1972P& H401

1. this second appeal arises out of the suit brought by the appellant messrs. chhelu mal hari ram for rendition of accounts for the sale of 300 bags of cotton seeds alleged to have been entrusted to the defendant firm mangtu ram devki nandan of patan i of tehsil nim-ka-thana (rajasthan) for sale as commission agents. in contesting the suit the defendant-firm and its partners, who were impleaded as defendants, besides denying any such entrustment of goods for sale, objected that the court had no jurisdiction to try the suit as neither any part of cause of action arose within the jurisdiction of the court nor any of the parties resided within the district of mohindergarh where the suit was instituted. the learned trial judge rejected the plea of jurisdiction and dealing with the merits of the plaintiff's plaint granted a preliminary decree for rendition of accounts with costs. in appeal, the learned district judge, sangrur, without dealing with the issues relating to the merits of the plaintiff's claim reversed the decree and dismissed the suit on the finding that the decision of the trial court on the issue of jurisdiction was unsustainable and not warranted by the evidence adducted at the trial. he held that no part of the cause of action arose at narnaul where the suit had been instituted and, accordingly, the subordinate judge, who had tried the suit, had no jurisdiction to try the same. it is against this appellate decree dated 18th september, 1963, that the plaintiff-firm .....

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Feb 16 1972 (HC)

Krishni Devi Vs. Tulsan Devi

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-16-1972

Reported in : AIR1972P& H305

..... not been obtained. while dealing with this situation, the learned single judge also observed that decree of nullity could only be obtained when both the spouses were alive. in letters patent appeal srinivasan j., speaking for the court, made the above observations which support the contention raised on behalf of the appellant that her petition under section 11 of the act ..... 1962 mad 510, that decree of nullity could only be obtained when both the spouses were alive. this view not having been accepted by the division bench in the letters patent appeal cannot be considered good law.4. support for the contention that the petition under section 11 of the act would not lie after the death of one of the .....

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