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Jan 02 2004 (HC)

Kadiam Venkata Ratnam Vs. Nidadavolu Municipality

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-02-2004

Reported in : 2004(4)ALD154; 2004(5)ALT9

..... annual rental value'.12. in devon daulat rai kapoor v. new delhi municipality, : [1980]122itr700(sc) , while dealing with the aspect of annual value and determination thereof under punjab municipality act, 1911, the apex court observed as follows:'according to the definition occurring in section 3(1)(b) of the punjab municipal act 3 of 1911 'annual value' of a building would be the gross annual rent at ..... no. 52 of 1987 on the file of subordinate judge, kowur and the said findings recorded by the court of first instance had been confirmed.9. section 87 of municipalities act, 1965 reads as hereunder:(1) every building shall be assessed together with its site and other adjacent premises occupied as an appurtenance thereto unless the owner of the building is ..... are justified in negativating the relief without properly appreciating the procedure to be followed while assessing the tax in the light of the provisions of section 87 of a.p. municipalities act, 1965? the learned counsel had drawn the attention of this court to the findings recorded by the court in the first instance and also the appellate court and had ..... half year. the rental value arrived at by the defendant is arbitrary and illegal and against the procedure prescribed under the act. hence, suit for declaration that the enhancement is illegal.'5. the respondent as defendant-nidadavole municipality had filed a written statement denying all the allegations in the plaint and had further pleaded in the written statement that the .....

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Apr 02 2004 (HC)

K. Sujatha Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-02-2004

Reported in : AIR2004AP400; 2004(3)ALD1; 2004(3)ALT682

..... undo those provisions by making regulations to the contrary.'15. on making the aforementioned observations, the supreme court noticed that while the mysore town municipalities act do provide three days clear notice of special general meeting to be given to councillors, it was also provided therein that in case of great ..... on 14.10.1963 was sent to the councillors. a copy of notice was also pasted on the notice board of the municipal office as per provisions of mysore town municipalities act, 1951. it bore the date 10th october, 1963. notice was personally served on fifteen councillors on 10.10.1963. on ..... us. though the decision in shyabuddinsab's case may not be relevant to the controversy in question inasmuch as the provisions of the bombay municipal boroughs act were not similarly worded and the question involved therein is slightly different, but the decision of the supreme court in narasimhaiah's case and ..... of notice and the date of such proposed meeting of motion and that issuance of such notice is mandatory. learned single judge noticed that in shyabuddinsab v. municipality of gadag betgeri, : [1955]1scr1268 and k. narasimhaiah v. singri gowda and ors., : [1964]7scr618 . supreme court has held that unless it ..... irrespective of the fact it is received or not. reference was also made to decisions of the supreme court in state of punjab v. khemi ram, : [1970]2scr657 and state of punjab v. balbir singh, (1976) 3 scc 342, for the proposition that once an order is issued and is sent to .....

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Sep 10 2004 (HC)

A.P. Punjabi Sabhra Rep. by Its President Dr. Bansilar Vig Vs. the Joi ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-10-2004

Reported in : 2004(5)ALD644

..... pleaded that old survey no.18 was correlated to new survey nos. 20,21,22,24,25 and 26 in the revision survey and that the municipal corporation acquired the land in survey nos. 21 and 25 and paid compensation to them. according to them, the land in survey nos. 22 and ..... the learned senior counsel, appearing for the contesting respondents, needs to be dealt with. 9. the revision is filed under section 28 of the act. the act contemplates adjudication of the matters in relation to grant of o.r.c., enquiry into the nature and history of the lands, determination of compensation ..... under sub-section (2) of section 28, since the land attracts section 9 of the act.5. learned counsel further contends that it was the consistent case of the contesting respondents that after acquisition by the municipal corporation, and compromise of o.s. no. 1429 of 1981 on the file of the ..... divisional officer, hyderabad (inams tribunal), the second respondent, issuing the occupancy rights certificate (o.r.c.) under the provisions of that act in respect of the land admeasuring 3500 sq. yards in survey nos. 22 and 24 of daiara village, himayathnagar mandal, hyderabad district, in favour of ..... .2004 passed by the joint collector, hyderabad, the first respondent, under section 24 of the a.p. (telangana area) abolition of inams act, 1955 (for short 'the act'). through that order, the first respondent dismissed the appeal preferred by the petitioner against the order dated 06.06.2002 passed by the revenue .....

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Jan 29 2004 (HC)

Ranga Reddy District Sarpanches' Association and Ors. Vs. Government o ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-29-2004

Reported in : 2004(2)ALD1; 2004(1)ALT659

..... achieving it. .......................... ..........................the government has left the local bodies on the mercy of the state governments. what is its outcome. the state governments enacted laws, constituted municipal committees, enacted panchayati acts but even today the head of the panchayat or sarpanch is on the mercy of the government. if any complaint is there against him, a sub-divisional magistrate ..... , state of karnataka v. state of a.p., : air2001sc1560 , a.p. sarpanchas association v. government of andhra pradesh, 2001 (4) ald 704, and ajit singh v. state of punjab, : air1999sc3471 ].(i) the courts cannot define the term 'local self-government' when the constitution has not chosen to enunciate objective standards to determine this elusive concept. it is the duty ..... , rajender singh v. santa singh, : [1974]1scr381 , and andhra bank scheduled tribe employees' welfare association v. andhra bank, : 2001(4)ald153 , the decisions (ajit singh v. state of punjab and a.k. roy v. union of india) referred (supra). certain texts and passages therefrom were relied upon to explain control and nature of control in the case of local ..... pretext of judicial activism. this view may be conservative, but this is in consonance with the division of legislative, executive and judicial functions. in avinder singh v. state of punjab, : [1979]1scr845 , it was held that the legislature is responsible and responsive to the people and its representatives, the delegate may not be and that is why .....

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Feb 04 2004 (HC)

iqbal Singh (Died) and anr. Vs. A. Sudhakara Rao and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-04-2004

Reported in : 2004(4)ALD582; 2004(2)ALT792

..... premises on a monthly rent of rs.12.56 ps. the plaintiffs sought a decree for recovery of possession of the portion of the premises bearing municipal no. 5-9-96, public garden road, nampalli, hyderabad. they also sought future damages and recovery of past arrears. the defendant filed his written ..... file any application seeking permission to file a fresh suit. the entire property was declared evacuee property. he was a displaced person having come from punjab of pakisthan. the custodian of evacuee property allotted to him only two rooms on a monthly rent of rs.15/- in 1952. the remaining ..... therefore in these circumstances even if there was any delay, the plaintiffs were entitled to benefit of the provision under section 14 of the limitation act. since only these two questions were agitated to assail the judgment of the trial court with which, for the reasons given hereinabove, are not in ..... the licensee after terminating his licence but that by itself cannot enable the licensee to claim title by adverse possession. there must be some overt act on the part of the licensee indicating assertion of hostile title. mere continuance of unauthorized possession even for a period of more than 12 years ..... he also claimed that in the application filed by the plaintiffs under section 10 of the a.p. buildings (lease, rent and eviction) control act for granting exemption, he had filed objections. the exemption granted to the plaintiffs was challenged by him in a writ petition as well. therefore although .....

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Dec 29 2004 (HC)

Gomi Bai and ors. Vs. Uma Rastogi and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-29-2004

Reported in : 2005(2)ALD631

..... . khajaguda(v)rajendranagar tq.(tent acres and thirty two guntas only)------------------------------------------------- this is to certify that the lands mentioned above are situated outside the municipal limits and within the peripheral limits of agglomeration and recorded in the land revenue records 'as agriculture' and presently being used for agricultural purpose is ..... l.c.d.dis.no. c5/160/81, dated 17.2.1982certificatesub:--urban land (ceiling and regulation) act, 1976 - hyderabad urban agglomeration - issue of certificate in respect of lands which are outside the municipal limits and used mainly for agricultural purpose.ref:--application of sri deepak rupani, g.p.a. of smt ..... an indian case khwaja muhammad khan v. husaini begam, (1910) 37 ind app 152. in a later case jamna das v. ram autar, (1911) 39 ind app 7, the judicial committee pointed out that the purchaser's contract to pay off a mortgage debt could not be enforced by the ..... rule of law that only those who are parties to a contract can sue on it. the privy council decision in jamna das v. ramavtar pande, (1911) 34 all. 63 = 13 i.c. 304 = 39 i.a.7 (pc) and in nanku prasad singh v. kamta prasad singh, air ..... of mr. rastogi or his nominee after obtaining requisite permission from revenue authorities and authorities under the urban land (ceiling and regulation) act, 1976 (ulc act). the suit schedule land is adjacent to lands owned by plaintiff where the appellant has been carrying on agricultural operations by raising rain-fed .....

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Apr 30 2004 (HC)

G.V. Jayachandra Chowdary and ors. Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh an ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-30-2004

Reported in : 2004(3)ALD474; 2004(3)ALT417

..... an obligation to fix any reserved price that may ensure transparency and accountability. the discretion vested is absolutely uncontrolled without any guidelines.51. in state of punjab v. khan chand, : [1974]2scr768 , the supreme court while observing that vesting of discretion in authorities in the exercise of power under an ..... in this second round of litigation the constitutional validity of section 12-a of the andhra pradesh co-operative societies act, 1964 (act no. 7 of 1964) (for short 'the act') as substituted by act no. 16 of 2003 is once again challenged and put in issue. the attack is based upon more or ..... charge. it is unnecessary to further dilate on this issue.7. the central government in exercise of its power under the provisions of the essential commodities act, 1955 has issued several control orders regulating the production, distribution, etc., of the sugar and sugarcane. under clause (3) of the sugarcane (control) ..... the ground that it runs counter to the other provisions of the act, nor on the ground that the provision in the act runs counter to the object and scheme of the act. the decision in harbilas rai bansal v. state of punjab, : air1996sc857 , upon which reliance has been placed by the ..... learned counsel for the petitioners in no manner supports the contention of the petitioners.41. the object of section 12-a of the act as can be .....

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Aug 27 2004 (HC)

Satesh JaIn Oswal Vs. Singareni Collieries Co. Ltd.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-27-2004

Reported in : 2004(6)ALD188; 2004(6)ALT594

..... s. jain ink manufacturing company v. life insurance corporation of india, : [1981]1scr498 .22. the respondents company mainly placed reliance on a decision reported in ashoka marketing limited v. punjab national bank, : [1990]3scr649 , the relevant portions are as follows :'50. on such principle of statutory interpretation which is applied to be is contained in the latin maxim: ..... personality is distinct from that of the state or other share-holders.17. it is also stated in samalkot municipal shops rent payers association v. the samalkot, municipality, samalkot, 1990 (3) alt 46, as follows:'under section 3(23) of the general clauses act, 1897 the word government, is defined as, 'government' or 'the government' shall include both the central ..... under the public premises act, before the estate officer and the appellate authority. in other words, persons in occupation of public premises would receive greater protection than tenants in premises owned by private ..... after the expiration or termination of his contractual tenancy in accordance with law, two proceedings will have to be initiated. first, there will be proceedings under rent control act before the rent controller followed by appeal before the rent control tribunal and revision before the high court. after these proceedings have ended they would be followed by proceedings .....

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Nov 01 2004 (HC)

G. Rama Sharma Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh, Department of Legisla ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-01-2004

Reported in : 2005(4)ALD503; 2005(4)ALT98

..... that they heard and disposed of several land acquisition appeals relating to acquisition of lands for priyadarshini jurala project, construction of camp office of that project in gadwal municipality and establishment of industrial development area and they noticed certain irregularities committed by the sub-judge, gadwal, who dealt with the matters. in view of the above ..... extraneous and irrelevant considerations. the judgments itself are res ipsa loquitor. after going through the judgments which form basis for initiation of disciplinary proceedings indicate that petitioner acted in a manner not befitting to his office which creates suspicion among the litigant people that claimants were discriminated in awarding compensation.30. justice mathew speaking for the ..... appeal upholding disciplinary action.26. in zunjarrao bhikaji nagarkar v. union of india, : (2000)illj728sc where the delinquent officer while exercising quasi-judicial power under central excise act, 1994 omitted to levy penalty on the assessee and was proceeded departmentally under rule 14 of the central civil services (classification, control and appeal) rules, 1965 and was ..... b.c. chaturvedi v. union of india, : (1996)illj1231sc and r.s. saini v. state of punjab, : (1999)iillj1415sc held as under:'while exercising jurisdiction under article 226 of the constitution the high court does not act as an appellate authority. its jurisdiction is circumscribed by limits of judicial review to correct errors of law or procedural .....

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Aug 12 2004 (HC)

Hind Re-rolling Industries Vs. Apseb and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-12-2004

Reported in : 2004(6)ALD722

..... electricity boards' action in imposing or enhancing levies is ultra vires. in mysore state electricity board v. bangalore woolen cotton mills ltd., : air1963sc1128 , m.s.e.b. v. kalyan borough municipality, : [1968]3scr137 , hindustan zinc ltd. v. a.p.s.e.b, : [1991]2scr643 , and goutham solvents v. a.p.s.e.b, : air1991ap141 , the enhancement of tariff was justified. ..... of this court. the matter was carried to supreme court. the supreme court heard the batch of special leave petitions and civil appeals from the state of andhra pradesh, bihar, punjab, rajasthan and uttar pradesh. in the decision marked as ferro alloys corporation ltd. v. a.p. state electricity board (supra), the supreme court confirmed the judgment of this court ..... element in the development charges and as per condition no. 45 of conditions of supply every consumer is deemed to have full knowledge of the provisions of the electricity act, electricity supply act and other rules and regulations, and the impugned levy was estimated in accordance with revised conditions of supply. sri subba reddy placed strong reliance on decisions reported in k ..... would support the view that condition no. 8 imposing development charges is not ultra vires the provisions of sections 49 and 59 of the electricity supply act, and the electricity act and the schedule to electricity act. it is also brought to my notice that all other state electricity boards/transmission corporations are also collecting development charges to meet a part of .....

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