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Aug 24 2009 (HC)

Kantibhai Valjibhai Shah Vs. Kokilaben Wd/O. Haribhai Ambalal Patel an ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-24-2009

Reported in : (2009)3GLR2416

..... this contention cannot be accepted in light of recent decision in case of oriental insurance co. ltd. v. jasuben and ors. reported in 2008 (2) scale 474 of hon'ble apex court where hon'ble apex court has held that while calculating compensation in case of deceased whatever actual income on date of death is to be taken into account by claims ..... limits of liability but ignored additional premium paid by insured owner rs. 40/- over and above rs. 200/- which meant for act policy. therefore, view taken by this court as well as various high courts as discussed by this court that when rs. 240/- premium for liability to public risk is accepted it amounts to accepting being an independent agreement between insured- ..... to conclusion that insurance company is having limited liability. in insurance policy exh.127 there is no specific condition incorporated which suggests limited liability. merely referring section that section suggests act policy, claims tribunal has decided question of liability of insurance company. but it is not a case of insurance company before claims tribunal, mehsana that policy which was issued ..... tariffs advisory circulars and referring tariff advisory in respect to commercial vehicle schedule of premium for passenger carrying vehicle including passengers risk liability to public risk is rs. 240/- and act only liability is rs. 200/- to be paid by insured to insurance company. he submitted that insured-owner has paid rs. 240/-. liability of public risk covering unlimited .....

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Mar 16 2009 (HC)

Najmunisha Wife of Abdul Hamid Chandmiya @ Ladoo Vs. State of Gujarat

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Mar-16-2009

Reported in : (2009)3GLR1982

..... for rejecting the prosecution version in toto.39.2. again in the matter of dalbir singh v. state of haryana as reported in : 2008 (11) scc 425, the apex court in paras 12 and 13 observed as under:12. it is emphatically urged that the evidence is partisan, lacks cogency and credibility. acquittal of ..... another, handwriting of the former and the signature of the later have both to be proved in view of section 67 of the evidence act. a decision of this court in the case of jamla harisinh meda v. state of gujarat reported at 1999 (1) glr 584 has been relied upon.38.2. ..... herein, even the law permits to rely upon the retracted confession. in the matter of union of india v. satrohan as reported in 2008 (3) scc (cri.) 620, the apex court observed in para 16 that the confessional statement which was not retracted for considerable long time, could be relied upon. hence, so far ..... its full effect. (see bank and anr. v. rajinder lal capoor : 2008 (6) scale 1).107. section 53a of the act makes such a statement relevant for the purposes of the said act. the observations of the high court, thus, confession can be the sole basis of conviction in view of section 108 of ..... these persons were taken away by n.c.b., the relatives and the neighbours had gathered which also included shahpur ward municipal corporator raju momin, professor abdul rahim, judge mr. mohasin shaikh of labour court, social worker chandmiya and they had insisted on not taking these persons with them. he also denied the suggestion .....

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