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Jul 13 1977 (HC)

Nagar Mahapalika Vs. P. Gurnai and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-13-1977

Reported in : 1978CriLJ53

..... reflects and incorporates the modern approach and latest trend in penology.'the above principle was followed in jai narain v. the municipal corporation delhi : 1973crilj49 . it was held that : adulteration of 'food' being a menace to public health and the act having been enacted with the aim of eradicating that anti-social evil, the court should not lightly resort to the provisions ..... . mr. justice krishna iyer after referring to the, case of isher dass v. state of punjab w2 cri lj 874 (sc) (supra) observed that 'the rehabilitatory purpose of the probation of offenders act, 1958 is pervasive enough technically , to take within its wings . n offence even under the act.' but,a note of caution was sounded in these words:- (at p. 878 of ..... a lenient view of the matter and extend them the benefit of the probation of offenders act. the question of applying the provision of that act to an offence under the prevention of food adulteration act came up before the supreme court in isher dass v. state of punjab : 1972crilj874 where the offender was below 21 years of age. the trial court released him ..... a request was made for the application of the provisions of probation of offenders act. the supreme court confirmed the sentence passed by the trial court, and declined to release the offenders on probation of good conduct. the distinction pointed out ,in isher; dass v. state of punjab 1972 cri lj 874 (sc) (supra) between the offenders above 21 years of age .....

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Dec 27 1977 (HC)

Yedlapati Venkateswarlu Vs. the State of Andhra Pradesh and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-27-1977

Reported in : AIR1978AP333

..... the enhancement of the tax. it was pointed out that no prior opportunity had been given to the ratepayer as required under rule 6 of schedule ii of the 1965 municipalities act before the enhancement of tax by way of special notice. dealing with these objection, we pointed out that the learned single judge, who had dismissed the writ petitions, rejected the ..... the petitioner to make his representation as to the estimated or reported rental value. the procedure laid down by s. 95 and r. 6 of sch. ii of the 1965 municipalities act had not been complied with. it was in this manner that the principles of natural justice had been violated. when this was complained of, so argued sri koteswara rao, we ..... was applicable. this view found favour with kuppuswami, j. that apart, the contention of the learned counsel for the petitioner was that the municipality acted illegally in assessing and enhancing the tax on the basis of estimated or reported rental value while it should have made it one the basis of the standard rent. it ..... we must refer to some other decisions placed before us by the learned counsel for the petitioner. in n. s. transport co. v. state of punjab, : [1976]2scr218 a bald notice under the motor vehicles act was issued without making any reference to any particular permit for cancellation or suspension of which action had been taken. it contained nothing but general allegations .....

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Oct 07 1977 (HC)

Seethapathi Nageswara Rao and ors. Vs. the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-07-1977

Reported in : AIR1978AP121

..... to be smuggled were not really so. reasonable restrictions would be necessary to secure the efficiency and enforcement of valid law. in manohar lal v. state of punjab, : 1961crilj570a , the punjab trade employees act was questioned and its validity was upheld on the ground that the legislation is in effect the exercise of social control over the manner in which business should ..... not require a 'fanatical approach' to the problems of equality before the law. the view of bachawat j. ultimately prevailed in the case of m. chagganlal v. greater bombay municipality, : [1975]1scr1 . alagiriswami, j., who spoke for the majority, after a review of the earlier cases, expressed the opinion that, when there are two provisions in the ..... form the association is affected unless, of course, that freedom implies or involves a guaranteed right to recognition also.'28. in d. a. v. college, jullundur v. state of punjab, : air1971sc1737 an association of arya samaj is contended that their compulsory affiliation to the guru nanak university affected the aims and objects of the association and therefore the freedom to ..... particular interest of individuals who are directly concerned with the societies. similar view was expressed by the supreme court while construing the words 'public purpose' in somawanti v. state of punjab, : [1963]2scr774 . having regard to the policy underlying the object sought to be achieved, the contention that the expression 'for any other reason in the public interest' will lead .....

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Jul 27 1977 (HC)

T. Munuswami Naidu (Died) and ors. Vs. R. Venkata Reddi and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-27-1977

Reported in : AIR1978AP200

..... law' said sr. leslie scarman in the hamlyn lectures - 26th series - 'english law - the new dimension' ' is concerned with the rights and obligations of the state is setting of municipal law. the common law is treated as a private law system, concerned, essentially with the person, the property and the reputation of the individual. its primary concern has been, to ..... of the state. in its origin in belongs to the one, in its functions it belongs to the other'.mukarjee, c. j. in ram jaways kapur v. state of punjab : [1955]2scr225 :our constitution , though federal in its structure is modelled on the british parliamentary system where the executive is deemed to have the primary responsibility for the formulation ..... growth of administrative law in england, but the underlying explanation is to be found in the vast extension of state and municipal activity which has take place during the past years.... ... .... ... all of them (referring to some social legislative acts) extending the realm of public administration and regulation to spheres undreamed of by the laissez-faire individualists of the early ..... majority in the legislature concentrates in itself the virtual control of both legislative and executive functions; and as the ministers constituting the cabinet are presumably agreed on fundamental and act on the principle of collective responsibility, the most important question of policy are all formulated by them'.what is therefore manifest is that the responsibility for the formulation of .....

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Dec 21 1977 (HC)

M. Reddannam Vs. Revenue Divisional Officer and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-21-1977

Reported in : [1980]46STC232(AP)

..... question: 'whether the revenue divisional officer has jurisdiction to issue a warrant of arrest and detention of defaulter under s. 48 of the revenue recovery act (act ii of 1864)', to a larger bench having regard to the importance of the question and the mistiness surrounding the judicial opinion over the same. ..... that the revenue divisional officer has jurisdiction to issue a warrant of arrest and detection of the defaulter under sec. 48 of the revenue recovery act. (act 2 of 1864) within the limits of the division over which he has to charge.37. the question is accordingly answered and the matter is ..... to exercise within the division under his charge, all the powers given to the collector, sunder any law, be it a regulation or an act. the revenue act was passed long after the regulation of 1828. therefore, when the word 'collector' was used in s. 48 it must be taken as ..... same effect is the decision of the full bench in n. i. caterers (pr) ltd v. state of punjab, .34. now applying these principles can it be said that the 1961 act has impliedly repealed s. 3 of the 1828 regulation? as we have pointed out above, there is no inconsistency ..... now the district revenue officers, in addition to the district collectors can exercise the power of arrest and detention under s. 48 of the revenue recovery act and nobody else. the andhra pradesh subordinate collectors and revenue malversation (amendment) regulation, 1828 does not confer these powers on subordinate collectors or revenue divisional .....

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