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Jun 18 2009 (HC)

Latika Gorakh Mate Vs. the Secretary, Rural Education Society,

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 2009(111)BomLR2884

..... dependent on the final outcome of the fresh enquiry.46. the aforesaid principle has been adopted by the division bench of this court while considering provisions of the m.e.p.s. act in the case of kashiram rajaram kathane v. bhartiya r.b. damle gramsudhar shikshan prasar sanstha 1997(3) mh.l.j. ..... petition.5. in response to the notice issued to the respondents, the management appeared in the writ petition and filed its affidavit in reply on 28.07.2008 for opposing admission of this petition. in the said affidavit in reply, amongst other grounds, it is contended in para 5 that the education officer (respondent ..... of 1981. this application for permission to conduct an enquiry was opposed by the petitioner. however, vide order dated 18.06.2008, the said application came to be allowed by the tribunal with a direction to conduct enquiry and complete the same within a period of one month. ..... a period of 6 months and set aside the stay order.b) according to the petitioner, when the appeal came up for hearing on 18.02.2008 before the tribunal, respondent no. 1 moved an application for grant of permission to conduct enquiry as per rule 36 of the meps (cs) rules ..... petition, filed under articles 226 and 227 of the constitution of india, the petitioner has challenged the order passed by the school tribunal, latur dated 18.06.2008 in appeal no. 29/2007 thereby allowing respondent no. 1 to conduct enquiry against the petitioner during the pendency of the appeal.2. rule. rule made .....

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Nov 30 2007 (HC)

Sumant Madhav Nannaware and ors. Vs. the State of Maharashtra and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Reported in : 2008(1)BomCR803; (2008)110BOMLR56; 2008(1)MhLj710

..... eligible, have been given the employment and those eligible have remained unemployed can be conveniently mitigated and injustice done to them on this ground can be undone by what this court proposes.18. in the result, we make the rule partly absolute and issue directions to the respondents as follows:[a] the respondent nos. 5 and 6 shall prepare and ..... publish on 15th february, 2008 on notice board the list of eligible candidates from amongst the persons whose lands were acquired for durgapur super thermal power station and who are eligible considering the eligibility criteria ..... very narrow compass which can be described as follows:[a] the rights, which the petitioners are claiming, are emerging from statutory rules framed under section 48 of the electricity supply act, 1948, i.e., regulation 79 [c] [k] of the maharashtra state electricity [classification & recruitment] regulations, 1961.[b] the opportunity of employment applied only to grade-iii and grade- ..... in the classification and recruitment regulations, 1961 formulated by the board in exercise of power conferred under section 29[c] and [k] read with section 15 of the electricity supply act, 1948 named mseb classification & recruitment regulations, 1961.3. appendix 'f' to the recruitment regulations deals with the employment of the land affected persons and provides for guidelines to be .....

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Oct 17 2011 (HC)

The State of Maharshtra and ors Vs. Santosh Manohar Chavan and ors.

Court : Mumbai

..... consistent with the innocence of the accused and must show that in all human probability the act must have been done by the accused. in state of uttar pradesh v. kishanpal & ors. [(2008) 16 scc 73], the supreme court examined the issue of motive in a case of circumstantial evidence and observed that motive is ..... a casualty for the wrongs committed by the investigating officers in the case. in other words, if the court is convinced that the testimony of witness to the account is true the court is free to act on it. minor loopholes and irregularities in the investigation cannot form crux of the case on which the ..... the io from new shital building in ovaripada, dahisar. pw 53 - mahesh parab stated before the trial court that on 29/12/2003 at about 8 p.m. the police had called him to act as a panch and new shital building in ovaripada was adjacent to his house. pi munagekar was leading the ..... the offences punishable under sections 3, 5, 6 read with section 25 of the arms act. 99. on the point of sentence awarded in sessions case no.3 of 2005 and sessions case no. 5 of 2005, the trial court has considered the circumstances like the manner of commission of murders, motive behind the murders ..... also convicted under sections 3, 5 and 6 read with section 25 of the arms act and sentenced to undergo si for three years. the learned additional sessions judge directed to submit the record and proceedings to this court for confirmation under section 366 of cr. p.c. however, it appears that the registry .....

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Dec 20 2010 (HC)

World Sport Group (India) Pvt. Ltd. Vs. the Board of Control for Crick ...

Court : Mumbai

..... with clause 27;wsg means world sport group (mauritius) limited, a company incorporated under the laws of mauritius (registered number 017624c1/gbl), with its registered address at 308 james court, st denis street, port louis, mauritius;wsg agreement means the agreement between wsg and licensee entered into on or around the date of this agreement;wsg/licensor agreement means the ..... place of the existing ` 3091.60 crores i.e. an additional consideration of ` 1700.00 crores.(a). the petitioner, respondents and wsg-mauritius entered into an agreement dated 15.3.2008 titled "deed of mutually agreed termination". in this agreement, wsg refers to the petitioner and "sony" to msm. the relevant provisions thereof read as under :-"2. mutually agreed termination ..... too complex is difficult to accept. it is reasonable to presume that parties such as wsg-mauritius, the petitioner, msm and the respondents in matters such as these had acted with great care and deliberation and in all probability with expert advise. the agreements have obviously been prepared in great detail and with considerable care and application of mind. anyone ..... the respondents from interfering with the implementation of the operations by the petitioner under the said agreement.2. the respondents are a society registered under the tamil nadu societies registration act. the ipl is a sub-committee of the respondents. one lalit modi was at the material time appointed by the respondents as the chairman and commissioner of the ipl. .....

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Dec 17 2011 (HC)

Rachanaa-i Co-op.Hsg.Society Ltd. Vs. Rachnaa Engineers and Developers ...

Court : Mumbai

..... / building, the change in position of law will have to be addressed to. section 7 of maharashtra ownership flats act, 1963 (mofa for short) was interpreted by the bombay high court in kalpita enclave cooperative housing society v. kiran builders pvt. ltd. reported in holding that a promoter was not ..... is various amended approved plans of the year 1991, 1994, 1996 and 2009 and since those plans were not placed on record of the trial court, the respondents/ original defendants did not have opportunity to meet the challenge. in order to extend opportunity to the respondents/ defendants and with a ..... not have an opportunity to meet the case of the appellant, in my opinion, the matter requires reconsideration at the hands of the trial court. 10. the counsel appearing for the respondents contended that there was informed consent by the members/flat purchasers and they were made aware in respect ..... jayantilal investments v. madhuvihar co-operative housing society, air 2007 sc 1011 and m/s.manratna developers v. megh ratan co-operative housing soc.ltd., 2008 (6) all mr 550. 8. it is true that the flat purchasers, when they entered into an agreement between 1991 to 1993 for purchase ..... the counsel appearing for the appellant, the construction activities being carried out by the respondents/ defendants is not in consonance with the law laid down by this court in its judgment in the case of madhuvihar co-operative housing society, mumbai v. jayantilal investments, mumbai, 2011 (1) mh.l.j. 641 and .....

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Feb 14 2014 (HC)

Smt. Nola Jonathan Ranbhise Vs. the Union of India, the Law and Judici ...

Court : Mumbai

..... derogant, and generalibus specialia derogant, the provisions contained therein will prevail over the provisions contained in sub-sections (2) and (3) of the section 28a of the bombay civil courts act, 1869, which is a general enactment upon the subject. 34. the submissions of mr. dalal based upon difference between 'investment of power' and 'delegation of power' may at ..... general provision on the principle expressed in the maxims 'generaliaspecialibus non derogant, and generalibus specialia derogant'. 4. as the issue of constitutional validity of section 28a of the bombay civil courts act, 1869 was at stake, notice was issued to the advocate general, state of maharashtra. mr. d.j. khambatta, learned advocate general appeared in response, and in his usual ..... petition was amended to incorporate challenge to the provisions of section 28a of the bombay civil courts act, 1869. upon such amendment, the revision application was placed before the division bench of this court for further consideration. g) ultimately, civil revision application no.686 of 2008 was disposed of by granting liberty to the petitioner to prefer a writ petition in order ..... made by parliament cannot, therefore, be decided under article 254 of the constitution. . (emphasis supplied) 20. in the case of soma singh vs. state of pepsu (air (1954) sc 311) , the supreme court was called upon to decide whether patiala and east punjab states union general sales tax ordinance promulgated on 5.11.1949 had become void since the date .....

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Feb 14 2014 (HC)

Smt. Nola Jonathan Ranbhise Vs. the Union of India, the Law and Judici ...

Court : Mumbai

..... derogant, and generalibus specialia derogant, the provisions contained therein will prevail over the provisions contained in sub-sections (2) and (3) of the section 28a of the bombay civil courts act, 1869, which is a general enactment upon the subject. 34. the submissions of mr. dalal based upon difference between 'investment of power' and 'delegation of power' may at ..... general provision on the principle expressed in the maxims 'generaliaspecialibus non derogant, and generalibus specialia derogant'. 4. as the issue of constitutional validity of section 28a of the bombay civil courts act, 1869 was at stake, notice was issued to the advocate general, state of maharashtra. mr. d.j. khambatta, learned advocate general appeared in response, and in his usual ..... petition was amended to incorporate challenge to the provisions of section 28a of the bombay civil courts act, 1869. upon such amendment, the revision application was placed before the division bench of this court for further consideration. g) ultimately, civil revision application no.686 of 2008 was disposed of by granting liberty to the petitioner to prefer a writ petition in order ..... made by parliament cannot, therefore, be decided under article 254 of the constitution. . (emphasis supplied) 20. in the case of soma singh vs. state of pepsu (air (1954) sc 311) , the supreme court was called upon to decide whether patiala and east punjab states union general sales tax ordinance promulgated on 5.11.1949 had become void since the date .....

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Sep 17 2010 (HC)

Msm Satellite (Singapore) Pte Ltd. and ors. Vs. World Sport Group (Mau ...

Court : Mumbai

..... not be valid and proper. the same is also vitiated because the learned judge proceeded on the basis that by virtue of section 5 of arbitration and conciliation act, 1996, the court cannot intervene and interfere with the arbitration agreement. even that conclusion runs counter to the decisions which are relied on by the respondent-defendant. these decisions clearly indicate ..... -obstante provision of section 5 and that the validity of the proceedings before the arbitral tribunal is an issue which the arbitratgor and not the court could decide under section 16 of the act. the court, however, further observed as under:"12. the arguments which have been raised before us by the learned counsel on behalf of the respondent to ..... ).3.2 on 14th march 2009, bcci under mr. lalit modi terminated the mrla dated 21st january 2008 with plaintiff-sony. hence, plaintiff- sony filed section 9 petition under the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (hereinafter referred to as "arbitration act") before this court and obtained injunction till 16th march 2009. however, to defeat the plaintiff-sony's rights under the ..... agreement dated 21st january 2008 and to get over the said injunction, bcci under mr. lalit modi entered into a .....

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Jun 23 2010 (HC)

Sangita Shah Parent/Guardian of Ativ Shah Poonam and ors. Vs. State of ...

Court : Mumbai

..... by the respondents that there was differentiation in marking system certainly is based on no material whatsoever. xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx31. the judgments of the supreme court and the full bench aforereferred, clearly indicate that state should act well in time and not intermingle with the process of taking hurried decisions at the nick of the time. the results of the two boards ..... the perception prevailing in the society and that the students passing from ssc board are put in a disadvantageous position by referring to the affidavit in reply dated 15th july, 2008 filed by the deputy secretary to the government, school education and sports department. in the two affidavits in reply filed by the deputy secretary in response to the public interest ..... consultation with the authorities, was in fact without consultation and in fact is a farce to cover the arbitrary action of the state. in the decision taken on 12th june 2008, it was decided to get opinion and data from all the boards. this was never done. in fact, one or two odd teachers who belonged to other boards participated and ..... uniformly to the students of three boards. xxxxx xxxxx xxxxx20. this itself shows that the action of the government in issuing and implementing this government resolution dated 27th/30th june 2008 is arbitrary and in fact defeats the very golden rule of meritcumpreference. in the present times, where the competition to academic courses is so high that even a fraction of .....

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Jul 23 2012 (HC)

Shashi Leekha S/O. Shubhash Chander Leekha S/O. Shubhash Chander Leekh ...

Court : Mumbai

..... nothing in the central act to suggest that, if a hindu marriage is performed outside the territory to which ..... the central act extends, it would denude any party to the marriage from presenting petition ..... under section 19 of the central act before the court within the local limits of whose ..... or outside the territories to which the central act extends. 16. according to the respondent, at the time of presentation of the petition, she was domiciled in the territories to which the central act extends and continues to reside within the territorial jurisdiction of the family court, mumbai, since separation from her husband in june, 2008. suffice it to observe that there is .....

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