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Mar 16 1993 (HC)

Employees Association, Rep. by Its President K. Venkateswara Rao Vs. S ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-16-1993

Reported in : 1993(2)ALT48

..... relating to imposition of tax under the act and a suit brought for refund of the tax recovered, a bench consisting of ..... acts on the basis of a provision of the statute, which is ultra vires, to that extent it would be acting outside the act. in that event, a suit to question the validity of such an order made outside the act would certainly lie in a civil court.'21. in a case arising under the punjab municipal act, 1911 ..... three learned judges of the supreme court stated the law on the subject relating to the exclusion of the jurisidction of the civil court in firm seth radha kishan v. ludhiana municipality ..... the front door of the math or the charitable or religious institution or endowment concerned;(iii) by affixture on the notice board of the municipal office or the village chavadi and if there is no village chavadi in some other public place in the village in which the math ..... information regarding the survey number, extent and boundaries and ward number and door number also, in the case of property within the limits of a municipality or any other local body.(c) the revenue assessed on the property relating to the proposed transaction by way of land revenue, cess, quit- .....

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Mar 04 1993 (HC)

Sree Rayalaseema Alkalies and Allied Chemicals Ltd. Vs. Government of ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-04-1993

Reported in : [1994]92STC419(AP)

..... duty of the municipality to levy octroi duty. question arose whether pursuant to the subsequent resolution and the decision of the government, collection of octroi duty by ..... to be levied on the goods imported into fateh mandi. the said resolution was annulled by the punjab government exercising its powers under section 236 of the punjab municipal act. subsequently, the state of haryana came into existence on november 1, 1964 and approved the resolution of the municipal committee dated july 21, 1965, while cancelling the earlier resolution dated march 2, 1954, as a ..... result the municipal committee started charging octroi duty on the goods imported into the mandi. 21. we have not ..... referred to the other facts as they are not necessary for the purpose of considering the present case on hand. one important aspect that has to be noted is that under section 70(2)(c) of the punjab municipal act, it is the .....

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Mar 04 1993 (HC)

M/S. Sree Rayalaseema Alkalies and Allied Chemicals Ltd. Vs. Governmen ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-04-1993

Reported in : AIR1993AP278

..... duty of the municipality to levy octroi duty. question arose whether pursuant to the subsequent resolution and the decision of the government, collection of octroi duty by ..... be levied on the goods imported in to fateh mandi. the said resolution was annulled by the punjab government exercising its powers under s. 236 of the punjab municipal act. subsequently, state of haryana came in to existence on 1-11-1964 and approved the resolution of the municipal committee dated 21-7-1965 while cancelling the earlier resolution dated 2-3-1954, as a ..... result the municipal committee started charging octroi duty on the goods imported in to the mandi.21. we have ..... not referred to the other facts as they are not necessary for the purpose of considering the present case on hand. one important aspect that has to. be noted is that under s. 70(2)(c) of the punjab municipal act, it is the .....

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Sep 21 1993 (HC)

M/S. Cyrus Investment (P) Ltd., Hyderabad and Another Vs. Mohd. Fareed ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-21-1993

Reported in : AIR1994AP199; 1993(3)ALT246

..... implead any person interested in the controversy pending before the court provided the nature of the dispute referred to is not enlarged or altered.'5. in municipality, nalgonda v. hakeem mohiuddin, : air1964ap305 a division bench of this court observed (at pp. 307, 308):'once a reference is made, the ..... the learned counsel for the petitioner contented that except the patna high court, all the other high courts, viz., mysore, allahabad, calcutta, andhra pradesh, punjab and haryana high courts, have held thata person who is not a party before the land acquisition officer cannot invoke the provisions of o.1, r. ..... a reference made by the collector under s. 30 of the land acquisition act. the learned judge entirely agreed with the views expressed by the calcutta and andhra pradesh high courts in manjur ahmed v. rajlakshmi, : air1956cal263 (cited supra) and municipality, nalgonda v. hakeem mohiuddin : air1964ap305 .10. in basalingappa v. nagamma, ..... been referred to by the collector.9. in niranjan singh v. amar singh, a learned single judge of the punjab high court held that a person who had not filed any claim in response to a notice issued under s. 9 of the land acquisition ..... act. in this context, the language that has been used in s. 30 for reference is identical with reference to the language used in s. 18. considering the views expressed by the supreme court in the cases referred to above as well as the views expressed by the allahabad, mysore, kerala, andhra pradesh, calcutta, punjab .....

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Jul 12 1993 (HC)

N.V. Suryanarayana Vs. A.P. Khadi Board and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-12-1993

Reported in : 1993(2)ALT696; (1994)IILLJ16AP

..... a right to prefer an appeal and such an appeal had been preferred and pending consideration, the second order of punishment was passed on september 24, 1982. the board thus acted not only unreasonably but in an arbitrary manner.6. what remains to be considered is the order dated january 27, 1982, by which two increments of the appellant were cut .....

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Dec 31 1993 (HC)

Jagriti Vs. the State and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-31-1993

Reported in : AIR1994AP225; 1994(1)ALT376

..... enunciated in general terms. but this much is clear that it cannot include a change of policy.'the court found that extension of section 104 of the bihar and orissa municipal act, 1922 to the patna village by notification dt. 23-4-1951 without complying with the formalities imposed by sections 4, 5 and 6 of the ..... executive to extend any law in any part of country to union territory of chandigarh after independence, ampounted to failure or excessive delegation of legislative powers. section 87 of the punjab reorganisation act (31 of 1966) conferred power on the central government to extend to the territory of chandigarh, any law in force in any part of india. the court held that ..... the delegated powers. in delegating such powers, parliament cannot 'abdicate' its legislative functions in favour of such authority'.the supreme court upheld the validity of section 87 of the punjab reorganisation act, which empowered the central government to extend the union territory of chandigarh any law in force in any part of india.10 17. on a consideration of the relevant decisions ..... this country, it cannot be said that the power delegated to the executive is execessive.'(reference was made to an earlier decision in devi dass gopal krishnan v. state of punjab, : [1967]3scr557 )in devi dass gopal krishnan it was held that it was open to the legislature to delegate the power to fix the rate of purchase tax or sales .....

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Sep 16 1993 (HC)

Food Inspector, Bhimavaram Municipality Vs. Kopouravari Venkateswarulu

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-16-1993

Reported in : 1994CriLJ414

..... sent in containers which were sufficiently tight or they were carefully sealed. we are, therefore, of the opinion that none of the decisions of the punjab and haryana high court, referred to above, dealt with the situation where a suitable container which was clean and dry and which was closed sufficiently tight ..... allow this appeal, convict the respondent-accused of offences under sections 2(ia)(a), 7(v) and 16(1)(a) of the prevention of food adulteration act and sentence him to undergo simple imprisonment for a period of six months as also to pay a fine of rs. 1,000/- in default he ..... any person on his behalf manufacture for sale or store, sell or distribute any article of food in contravention of any other provision of this act or of any rule made thereunder. rule 23 of the rules provides that unauthorised addition of colouring matter to any article of food except as ..... in by the prosecution made out the offence with which the respondent-accused was charged. 17. section 2(ia)(a) of the prevention of food adulteration act defines 'adulterated' an article of food, if the article sold by a vendor is not of the nature, substance or quality demanded by the purchaser ..... cases where there is a distant possibility of tampering with the container, it may not be possible to sustain any proceeding under the prevention of food adulteration act. we are, therefore, not persuaded to accede to this submission urged by the respondent. 14. the trial magistrate found the respondent - accused to have .....

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Apr 21 1993 (HC)

S.V. Cement Ltd., Rep. by Its Managing Director, T. Kona Reddy Vs. Rev ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-21-1993

Reported in : 1993(2)ALT32

..... that in construing the word in a statute, distionary meaning which leads to literal interpretation, need not be considered. he also relied upon another decision in municipal corporation of greater bombay v. new standard engineering co., limited, : air1991sc1362 for the proposition that when the language of the statute is not plain, ..... section (1) of section 4 of the punjab urban immovable property tax act came up for consideration before the supreme court. clause (g) mentions 'such buildings and lands used for the purpose of a factory as may ..... the wider and more liberal interpretation of the provisions would in the context of section 1(2)(vi) and (vii) may be appropriate.'21. in state of punjab v. british india corporation : [1964]2scr114 , interpretation of the word 'used' for the purpose of a factory occurring in clause (g) of sub- ..... surface; though it had not been put into the water, r was held to be guilty of using it for catching salmon: moses v. raywood (1911) 2 k.b. 271. as the net was ready with him in the boat, it was used for the purpose of catching salmon. in ..... land is used for any other non-agricultural purpose including residential purpose:provided that where assessment is levied and collected in respect of such land under this act, no land revenue shall be payable in respect of that land and nothing contained in any enactment, regulation, order, bye-law, rule, scheme, notification .....

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Mar 26 1993 (HC)

The Spl. Dy. Collector, L.A., Visakhapatnam Urban Development Authorit ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-26-1993

Reported in : 1993(2)ALT116

..... and 42,926 sq. feet comprised in t.s.nos. 442, 457, 991, 994, 999 and 1005 situate in ward no. 2 of bhimunipatnam municipality near visakhapatnam. the said notification under section 4(1) of the act was published in the andhra pradesh gazette dated 5-1-1981. the public purpose mentioned in the notification is 'implementation of development schemes'. the substance ..... void and the land acquisition proceedings taken pursuant thereto would be equally void.'the supreme court then proceeded to say:'the court also referred to smt. somavanti v. state of punjab, : [1963]2scr774 , and quoted with approval the statement therein made that a valid notification under sub-section (1) of section 4 is a condition precedent to the making of a ..... are not unmindful of the complications at times created by the use of the contractual law terms 'void', 'voidable' and other allied expressions in judging the consequences of unlawful administrative acts. krishna iyer, j. in nawabkhan v. state of gujarat, : 1974crilj1054 observed: 'the law in this area is full of alarming conundrums hardly resolved by academic writing or judicial dicta.' in ..... plan in respect of the planned development of the area in question, the appellants were wholly unable to object effectively and exercise their right under section 5a of the acquisition act.'but, we do not think, the same defect vitiates the notification in question. whatever may be said of the first notification wherein public purpose was mentioned as 'implementation of .....

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Jun 23 1993 (HC)

Daggupati Jayalakshmi Vs. the State

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-23-1993

Reported in : 1993CriLJ3162; II(1993)DMC581

..... so miserable and intolerable that the drudgery is sometime put to an end by suicide and yet a successful suicide was beyond the pale of municipal law. short of physical cruelty, the mental cruelty making continued existence an intolerable drudgery was not punishable. if ultimately the wife commits suicide, ..... of the code.' in the above decision the supreme court has also referred to its earlier decision reported in r. p. kapur v. state of punjab, : 1960crilj1239 wherein it was held as follows (para 6) :- 'ordinarily criminal proceedings instituted against an accused person must be tried under the ..... the wife has started living amicably with her husband. the wife has, thus condoned the offence of matrimonial cruelty. under the hindu marriage act, an act of cruelty by husband can be condoned by the wife and that puts an end to the offence of matrimonial cruelty. technically speaking, a ..... to direct the magistrate to permit the parties to compound a non-compoundable offence arising under the indian penal code or any other special act. simply because the parties have approached the appellate court after conviction seeking permission to compound a non-compoundable offence, it does not mean ..... 498a considering the plight of women in the society at the hands of their husband and in-laws. however, when under the hindu marriage act reconciliation proceedings are there in spite of serious allegations, we feel that in case of genuine compromise effected between the parties (husband and wife .....

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