Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Hyderabad
Decided on : Jun-26-2009
..... dpc held on 10.10.2002. the respondents further pleaded that in conformity with the orders of the hon'ble a.p. high court, show cause notices dated 8.7.2008 were issued and there is no illegality in issuing show cause notices. in the additional reply, the respondents pleaded that as per ..... the said orders of this tribunal by filing a writ petition no. 10568/ 2005 before the hon'ble a.p. high court. the hon'ble a.p. high court passed final order on 15.2.2008 with the following observations: 7. at the outset, we are of the view that the tribunal, while ordering notice ..... heavily in their favour. the respondents would also not be suffering any prejudice in as much as they made a submission before the hon'ble high court that there is likelihood of all the respondents therein (applicants herein) being promoted in the existing vacancies. though there was no assertion made to this ..... for the petitioners, that the case of the respondents would be considered for promotion in the existing vacancies. he also submits, upon being questioned by this court, that there is likelihood of all the respondents being promoted in the existing vacancies, but thee is no assertion, as such. he also submits that ..... ? (vii) to what result? 10. point no. (i): originally, the show cause notices dated 8.7.2008 were challenged on the ground that there is no direction from the hon'ble high court to revert the applicants and therefore there was no jurisdiction for the respondents to issue such show cause notice. the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Nov-18-2009
Reported in : (2010)157PLR291
..... of such power shall vest in, and be utilised by the state government in accordance with the provisions of this act; provided that the powers of the pepsu land commission under the pepsu law shall vest in, and be exercised by the collector of the district concerned.(3) save as provided in ..... appointed day (24.1.1971) and the area which may be so declared under the punjab law or the pepsu law after the appointed day shall be deemed to have vested in the state government with effect from the date of such declaration.'21. ..... section further posits that 'the area declared surplus or tenant's per-missible area under the punjab law and the area declared surplus under the pepsu law, which has not so far vested in the state government, shall be deemed to have vested in the state government with effect from the ..... following manner:33. repeal and savings.-(1) the provisions of the punjab security of land tenures act, 1953, and the pepsu tenancy and agricultural lands act, 1955, which are inconsistent with the provisions of this act are hereby repealed.(2) the repeal of the provisions of the enactments mentioned in sub-section ( ..... 2008) 7 scc.144 in which the facts are entirely different, are applicable to the facts of this case.29. in the aforesaid judgments, while interpreting the provisions of section 52 of the transfer of property act, 1882 and order 1 rule 10 cpc, it was held that 'if the transfer of property during litigation is without permission of the court .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Central Administrative Tribunal CAT Ernakulam
Decided on : Nov-11-2009
..... of medical expenses framed by the state of punjab on 25-1-1991 and 8-10-1991. 22. this court, however, considered the validity of a rule in regard to reimbursement of the medical expenses vis- a-vis the fundamental right of a citizen in terms ..... himself, who else will do it? therefore one should do what is good to himself." we may, however, notice that in that case, before this court, rules framed under the proviso to article 309 of the constitution of india, were not in force. what were in force were the policies regarding reimbursement ..... of the respondents to consider the case with utmost sympathy, within the frame work of the rules and regulations. 8. law laid down by the supreme court has always to be kept in view while deciding the issues coming before the tribunal. as such, it is very much appropriate (perhaps essential too) to ..... one of the recent case on the subject is state of karnataka v. r. vivekananda swamy, (2008) 5 scc 328, wherein, the apex court has held as under: 20. law operating in this field, as is propounded by courts from time to time and relevant for our purpose, may now be taken note of. 21. ..... keeping in view the spirit in grant of medical facilities/medical reimbursement as highlighted by the apex court in the case of vivekananda swamy(supra) arrive at a judicious conclusion and inform the first respondent, who would act on the basis of the decision as communicated by the railway board. 11. the matter pertains .....Tag this Judgment!