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Jul 09 1993 (HC)

Punjab National Bank Vs. Ganga NaraIn Kapur

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-09-1993

Reported in : AIR1994All221

..... 2 which have been admitted the written statement. the pleadings per se show that the plaintiff has been the owner and landlord of house no. 34 (municipal no. 313/36a, khunkhunji road, ghowk, lucknow) and that- hindustan commercial bank, kanpur was the plaintiffs tenant in respect of a portion on the ..... of supervising the construction or guarding of the building and the construction. according to case of the parties, building in question is subject to assessment of municipal taxes and, therefore, for the purpose of ourcase, the date of construction will be on which the first assessment of the building in the tenancy ..... 2,550/-. the plaintiff further alleged that the building in dispute has been a new construction and it was for the first time assessed to the municipal tax by nagar mahapalika w.e.f. april 1, 1979 and, as such, the plaintiff alleged that the building in dispute or to say that ..... 1979 was not correct. learned counsel for the revisionist further submitted that the building known as house no.34 (bearing municipal no.313/36-a khunkhunji road, chowk, lucknow was assessed to municipal taxation in the year 1976 and even earlier and, therefore, the said building or construction even if taken to ..... in dispute on the amalgamation of hindustan commercial bank with the punjab national bank. the rate of rent as alleged in view of the allegation of paragraph 2 having been admitted without any exception.52. section 105 of the t. p. act defines the lease as the transfer of right to enjoy the .....

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Mar 12 1993 (HC)

Ganesh Chandra Bhatt Vs. District Magistrate, Almora and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Mar-12-1993

Reported in : AIR1993All291

..... periods.85. in triplex industries v. state of west bengal : (1992)2callt475(hc) it was held that even though there is no express provision to that effect in the calcutta municipal act or rules, an application for sanction to construct a building will be deemed to be allowed on the expiry of two months from the date of the application. the reason ..... that the statement of objects and reasons can be looked into for the limited purpose of understanding the background and state of affairs leading up to the legislation. in administrator, municipal corporation v. dattatraya : air1992sc1846 the supreme court observed that 'the mechanical approach to construction is altogether out of step with the modern purposive approach.'74. keeping in mind these ..... francis coralie mullin v. administrator : 1981crilj306 , and (3) the procedure for depriving a person of his life or liberty must be reasonable, fair and just, vide olga tellis v. bombay municipal corporation : air1986sc180 .23. thus article 21 includes within its scope :1. the right to free education up to the age of 14 years, vide unni krishnan v. state of a ..... a literal interpretation article 21 only embodies procedural due process, by judicial interpretation it has been held to include substantive due process also. thus, in bachan singh v. state of punjab : air1982sc1325 , the supreme court held that 'the concept of reasonableness runs through the entire fabric of the constitution' (vide para 16), and also 'every facet of the law which .....

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Jul 16 1993 (HC)

Sitar Video Vs. State of U.P. and Others

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-16-1993

Reported in : AIR1994All25

..... right to exhibit films by video in local areas as defined under the rules. the learned counsel has placed reliance in cases: sodan singh v. new delhi municipal committee air 1989 sc 1988, t. b. ibrahim v, the regional transport authority, tanjore : [1953]4scr290 , janardhana raja v. collector of northern arcot ..... halls wbich may cause irreparable harm to the society in various ways. learned counsel has placed reliance in a case deepak theatre v. state of punjab : air1992sc1519 . learned counsel has further submitted that the petitioners cannot be allowed to challenge the provisions contained in rule 11(1) of the video ..... the film. for his submissions, learned advocate general has relied on the definition provided in section 2(aa) of u.p. cinemas (regulation) act, 1955 and has submitted that exhibition by means of video has been defined which means an exhibition of films in public on payment for admission ..... the rule or statute violates even a third party's fundamental right, it can be challenged before the court. citing various provisions of the copyright act, 1957, learnd counsel for petitioner has sought to corroborate the submissions that the exhibitor will be entitled for the same protection under article 19(1 ..... his own land and it has adequate place for exit and entrance. it also contains all the safety requirements prescribed under the rules and the act. it has been constructed over 765 sq. yards land which is duly owned by the petitioner. since the petitioner's building does not .....

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Apr 13 1993 (HC)

Haji Peer Bux and ors. Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Apr-13-1993

Reported in : 1993CriLJ3574

..... hussainara khatoon v. home secretary, : 1979crilj1036 , sunil batra v. delhi administration : 1978crilj1741 , sunil batra v. delhi administration : 1978crilj1741 . in bachan singh v. state of punjab : [1983]1scr145a , bhagwati j. observed :'the word 'procedure' in article 21 is wide enough to cover the process by which depreciation is effected and that would include not ..... the court to consider his bail application.15. the mere fact that section 438 of the code has been repealed in this state by u.p. act no. 16 of 1976 does not alter the situation. section 438 contained a provision which is commonly known as 'anticipatory bail'. anticipatory bail can be ..... registered as crime no. 45 of 1993, under section 394/307, ipc of p.s. chaman ganj, district kanpur nagar and section 3/5 explosive act.2. we have gone through the first information report and other materials placed on the record and have heard learned counsel for the petitioners and the learned ..... . in the case of charan lal sahu v. union of india : air1990sc1480 , the provisions of bhopal gas disastar (processing of claims) act came for consideration before the supreme court. there was no specific provision for payment of interim compensation to the disaster victims in the ..... supreme court held that even-though there was no such specific provision, a provision to that effect must be read into the. act to make the law meaningful and efficacious. similarly in the case of savitri v. govind singh : 1986crilj41 the provisions of section .....

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