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Apr 24 1972 (HC)

Harbans Lal Kapoor and anr. Vs. Produce Exchange Corporation Ltd.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-24-1972

Reported in : AIR1973P& H244

1. this is a defendant's second appeal against the decision of the learned additional district judge ambala, confirming on appeal the order of the trial court decreeing the plaintiff's suit.2. messrs produce exchange corporation limited had its registered head office at calcutta and their branch office at ambala cantonment. in the said branch office, this company had employed harbans lal kapoor as an accountant to maintain the accounts. b. d. handa proprietor, sudesh trunk house of ludhiana, stood as a surety for him to compensate the company in case of harbans lal kapoor failed to discharge his duties or misappropriated any amounts entrusted to him. the duty of the accountant was to receive payments on behalf of the company and account for them in the registers maintained in the branch office. it appears that it came to the knowledge of the company that harbans lal kapoor has misappropriated several amounts o money and consequently they registered a case against him with the police. the said kappor was challenged and was, subsequently, convicted and sentenced. as the company was unable to find out the exact amount of embezzlement made by kapoor they brought a suit against him and the surety for rendition of accounts, after giving notice to both of them in that behalf.3. the suit was contested by the defendants on a number of pleas and their main defence was that they were not under any legal obligation to render the accounts. they averred that the company should have brought .....

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Apr 25 1972 (HC)

Punjab Khandsari Udyog Vs. State

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-25-1972

Reported in : [1973]30STC414(P& H)

..... on the basis of that certificate he can avoid liability for the contravention of the statutory provisions the learned counsel for the assessee has placed his reliance on the letters patent decision of this court in the state of haryana v. karnal gur and khandsari industries, chulkana road, samalkha mandi, district karnal (l.p.a. no. 313 of 1970), decided on ..... ]. this decision undoubtedly supports him. we are doubtful if a certificate issued contrary to the provisions of the statute would lead to the result which necessarily flows from the letters patent decision. in our opinion, it will be proper that this reference is heard by a larger bench.3. we, therefore, direct that the papers of this case be laid before .....

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Apr 25 1972 (HC)

Kishori Lal Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-25-1972

Reported in : AIR1973P& H358

order1. this is a writ petition under articles 226/227 of the constitution for the issuance of an appropriate writ in the nature of certiorari after quashing the notifications under sections 4 and 6 of the land acquisition act, 1894 (hereinafter called the act) and further proceedings on their basis.2. the petitioner is owner of 3/4th share of khasra no. 35/17/5 measuring 6 marlas, and 1/2 share of khasra no. 35/17/3, measuring 2 marlas within the municipal area of ropar, respondent 3 (m/s. the ambala bus syndicate (p) ltd. ropar) is a co-sharer owning the remaining shares. the petitioner constructed a building on a part of the land about 40 or 50 hears ago and that portion is recorded in the jamabandi as 'ghair mumkin makaan'. dispute arose between the co-sharers over the possession and user of the shop on the land. it is alleged that under the influence of respondent 3, the state government (respondent 1) issued the impugned notification, d/- november,. 20, 1968, published in the punjab government gazette (copy annexure 'a') stating that the land specified therein was 'likely to be needed for the purpose and at the expense of ambala bus syndicate private limited, ropar namely, for the extension of bus stand for ambala bus syndicate private limited. the petitioner filed objections under section 5a in the form of notice under section 80 of the code of civil procedure on 31-1-1969 to the collector, ropar. no decision, however, was taken thereon. no opportunity of hearing the .....

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Apr 25 1972 (HC)

Mehar Singh and Sons, Contractors Vs. the State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-25-1972

Reported in : AIR1973P& H114

1. the circumstances, giving rise to this appeal may be briefly stated as under:--the appellants were authorised contractors and they executed certain works of electric installation at faridkot for the respondent. some dispute arose between them and the respondent respecting the payments for the said works executed by them. therefore, according to submission clause contained in the agreement the said dispute was referred to the arbitration of shri o.p. malhotra, superintending engineer, p.w. d. b. & r. patiala (hereinafter called the arbitrator). he made the award on 28-2-1966. the appellants moved application under section 14 of the indian arbitration act (hereinafter called the act) in the court of the learned senior sub-judge, bhatinda for asking the arbitrator to file the award. so, the award was filed on 27-4-1966. thereupon, the appellants made application under sections 15 and 16 of the act requesting that either the award be remitted to the arbitrator for decision of the matters which had not been determined by him or the award be modified and corrected. it was alleged that whereas the dispute, which was referred to the arbitrator for decision related to nine items of payment, the arbitrator had made award respecting one of the same and thereby he had left the other eight claims undetermined. so, the award suffered from error which was apparent on the face of it. interest on the amount of the award was also claimed under section 29 of the act. the aforesaid .....

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Apr 26 1972 (HC)

Chet Singh and ors. Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-26-1972

Reported in : AIR1973P& H55

..... . a writ petition was filed in this court for quashing the orders of the revenue authorities which was dismissed by the learned single judge on march 2, 1967. a letters patent appeal has been filed against this judgment of the learned single judge.4. it may be mentioned at this stage that during the pendency of this appeal, chet singh who ..... 1. this letters patent appeal arises out of the judgment of the learned single judge dated march 2, 1967. from which a writ petition under article 226 of the constitution has been dismissed which .....

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Apr 26 1972 (HC)

Khosla Mills Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-26-1972

Reported in : [1973]31STC85(P& H)

harbans singh, c.j.1. this appeal under clause 10 of the letters patent is directed against the judgment of the learned single judge, dismissing the writ petition filed by the appellant, messrs. khosla rice mills, sarna (hereinafter referred to as the dealer) against .....

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Apr 26 1972 (HC)

Mayapati and anr. Vs. the State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-26-1972

Reported in : AIR1973P& H356

order1. two points have been canvassed in this petition brought under articles 226, 227 of the constitution for impugning the notifications issued under sections 4 and 6 of the land acquisition act, 1894 (hereinafter called the act):--(1) that in the impugned notifications, it was not stated that the land which was being acquired consisted of lease-hold rights belonging to the petitioners. (2) that shri jagbir singh, general assistant to the deputy commissioner, had no jurisdiction to entertain and hear the objections under section 5a of the act inasmuch as he was not appointed by the government to perform the functions of collector under the act.2. there appears to be no force in contention (1).3. all that section 4 requires is that the locality with reference to the land likely to be acquired should sufficiently be indicated in the notification under section 4 so that all persons interested in the land may get notice of the proposed acquisition and prefer objections if necessary against the intended acquisition. in the impugned notification not only the locality but also the land likely to be acquired has been sufficiently described by survey numbers. in the impugned declaration under section 6 also full particulars of the land, namely, the field numbers and their area are given of course it is not mentioned there that the lease hold rights of the petitioners, are being acquired. particularisation of the land itself, was sufficient to meet the requirements of the law. the .....

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Apr 26 1972 (HC)

Ramesh Kumar and ors. Vs. the Punjabi University and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-26-1972

Reported in : AIR1973P& H157

order1. the petitioners appeared in english paper ii of b. a., t. d. c. part ii, examination of the punjabi university held on may 13, 1971, from the center located in the nehru memorial college, mansa. an anonymous letter had been written to the university by a candidate on april 23, 1971, pointing out that there was large scale copying and adoption of unfair means by the candidates appearing at that center and that the next examination for b. a. would take place in that center on april 27, 1971 and may 11, 1971. it was suggested that surprise raids may be made. on may 11, 1971, the assistant registrar of the university paid a surprise visit to that center and found a large number of books thrown out of the hall through the broken window panes and the smuggling in of answers to questions through the broken window panes. the assistant registrar recorded the statements of the supervisory staff who admitted that there was mass scale adoption of unfair means but they could not help. as a result of the report of the assistant registrar, the punjabi university sent a circular to all the examiners to mark the answer books carefully and to see whether there was copying or adoption of unfair means noticeable from the answer books. the examiner who evaluated the answer books of the petitioners sent a report that the answers to questions 2, 3, and 5 of all the petitioners tallied with each other which clearly showed that they had copied from one another or from a common source. the .....

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Apr 26 1972 (HC)

National Insurance Company Ltd. Vs. Rani Rai Bajaj and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-26-1972

Reported in : AIR1973P& H104

1. these five appeals will be disposed of by this judgment which have been numbered as f.a.o. nos. 41, 42, 44, 96 of 1966 and 173 of 1967. all the appeals arise out of one judgment of the motor accident claims tribunal (hereinafter referred to as 'the tribunal') which was passed in five claim petitions, details of which are given here under. i have also given the number of appeals against each claim in which it has been filed:--sr. no. ___________________ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. claim application no. ___________________ 15/ct of 1964 19/ct of 1964 20/ct of 1964 21/ct of 1964 22/ct of 1964 name of the parties ___________________ rani bai bajaj and others. v. darshan singh and others. dewan manmohan lal v. darshan singh and others pritam singh v. darshan singh and others. mathura dass v. darshan singh and others. shrimathi bhagwanti and others v. darshan singh and others appeal, if field with number and the name of the appellant ___________________ (i) appeal filed by rani bai bajaj for enhancement of compensation f.a.o.no.96 of 1966. (ii) appeal filed by national insurance company ltd., f.a.o.no.41 of 1966. no appeal filed. no appeal filed. (i) appeal filed by mathura dass for enhancement of compensation f.a.o. no. 173 of 1967. (ii) cross appeal by national insurance company ltd., f.a.o. no. 42 of 1966. appeal filed by national insurance company ltd. f.a.o. no. 44 of 1966. 2. the claim applications were made by different persons arising out of the same accident. the facts briefly are .....

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Apr 26 1972 (HC)

Suraj Bhan and ors. Vs. Jogi Ram and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-26-1972

Reported in : AIR1972P& H398

1. this appeal has been filed against the judgment and decree of the senior subordinate judge, rohtak dated august 9, 1971.2. briefly, the facts of this case are that the plaintiffs claimed themselves to be the owners of the property in dispute along with the defendants. they further stated that the defendants started certain construction on the property in dispute of which they were not entitled. they have claimed permanent injunction restraining the defendants from raising the construction on the property in dispute. the defendants controverted the pleas of the plaintiffs. while the suit was pending, mathura dass plaintiff, ram sarup defendant and the counsel for the parties made a statement that they had agreed that the court might inspect the spot and give any decision about the case and the parties will be bound by the said decision of the court as referee. the trial court in view of the statement inspected the spot in the presence of the counsel for the parties on july 9, 1971, at 5.00 p. m. the trial court after inspection of the spot and hearing the counsel for the parties held that he did not agree with plaintiffs contention. that the place in dispute which is in the form of kacha chabutra belonged to both the parties. consequently, he dismissed the suit of the plaintiffs. jogi ram and gokal plaintiffs filed an appeal against the judgment and decree of the trial court to the senior subordinate judge who after hearing the counsel for the parties held that the .....

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