Skip to content


Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: punjab municipal act 1911 Court: chennai Year: 1960 Page 1 of about 3 results (0.044 seconds)

Mar 14 1960 (HC)

A.M.S. Mohammed Kasim Vs. the Assistant Collector of Central Excise, M ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-14-1960

Reported in : AIR1962Mad85

..... instance of s. 475 of the calcutta municipal act, adopting the provisions of the land acquisition act, as it stood on 18-7-1923, prior to an amending act. hence a declaration issued in the language of old s. 6 of the land acquisition act was held valid.in the recent decision of ..... not constitute a "prosecution", nor did the order of confiscation constituted "punishment". hence, a prosecution under sec. 23 of the foreign exchange regulation act before a magistrate was not barred. equally significantly, we have the supreme court decision in , where their lordships expressed the mater in the following ..... to refer to a very few of the authorities, apart from the sections themselves.(32) when we scrutinise section 167 of the sea customs act, and the schedule thereto, two matters are immediately apparent. firstly, certain sub-sections alone relate to what might he termed infringements involving criminal ..... far as that decision was concerned, it proceeded upon a definite assumption that the land acquisition act of 1894, or a part thereof was incorporated, with modifications, by means of bengal act v of 1911. once this was held to be so, it appeared to follow from the canon of interpretation ..... roy v. superintendent, district jail, amritsar, and theother in thomas dana v. state of punjab, without the point being raised and discussed their lordships simply confirmed the conviction under the sea customs act after the goods were confiscated and penalty was levied. in as much as the point was .....

Tag this Judgment!

Mar 16 1960 (HC)

S. Rm. Ar. S. Sp. Sathappa Chettiar Vs. Umayal Achi and anr.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-16-1960

Reported in : AIR1960Mad564; (1960)2MLJ550

..... 11350. the learned counsel relied upon the decisions of the bombay high court, reported in meherbai v. maganchand, ilr 29 bom. 229 and kasanji kuverji v. surat municipality, : air1928bom247 .mr. v. c. gopalaratnam, submitted counsel appearing for the appellant, submitted that these decisions cannot apply to the facts of the present case, which ..... pronounce.' (per lord watson in hatten v. harris, 1892 a. c. 547; stewart v. rhodes, 1900-1 ch. 386. r. v. cork country council, (1911) 2 i. r. 206, annual practice, 1960 edn. page 633).we are of opinion that the application filed by the plaintiff before the learned judge on the original ..... pay an ad valorem court-fee on rs. 15 lakhs compelling him to adopt that as the notional valuation under section 7(iv)(b) of the act. this position was disputed by the appellant with the result that the matter was again placed before another division bench consisting of rajagopalan j. and one ..... his value for the relief of partition, as it was incumbent upon him to do so under the provisions of s. 7(iv)(b) of the act.(5) in compliance with this order the appellant (plaintiff) valued the relief to enforce partition of the joint family properties in the suit at rs. 50 ..... the suit was tried by ramaswami gounder j. who held that there was a fair and bona fide settlement of the dispute by the plaintiff's father acting as the manager of his branch, and that the plaintiff was bound by the compromise decree. the learned judge accordingly dismissed the suit on 22-9 .....

Tag this Judgment!

Mar 16 1960 (HC)

In Re: K.R.P.L. Chockalingam Chettiar

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-16-1960

Reported in : (1960)2MLJ425

..... the matter would be wholly different, if the revision petitioner had not committed any offence or offences prima facie, as defined in our municipal law, namely, according to the indian act and its schedules. but it is not claimed that that is the case.94. when we now come to menon's case, ..... j. 174 : (1950) 2 m.l.j. 42 but a case of rendition for trial to another country, in accordance with international law and the municipal law of this country. we overrule this contention accordingly.101. in the result, we would answer the reference by the conclusion that, in the circumstances under ..... extraditing one of their own subjects to a foreign state, but themselves punishing their own subjects for grave crimes committed abroad. some states have enacted special municipal laws, which enumerate those crimes for which extradition shall be granted and asked in return, and which, at the same time, regulate the procedure in ..... only government competent to issue the order for enquiry is the government to which the foreign state has made the requisition : per mookerjee, j., in rudolf stallman (1911) i.l.r. 39 cal. 164such evidence as may be produced ' : it is the duty of the magistrate to hear evidence on behalf of the ..... rulers and all functions? rights and obligations of the crown in relation to them.97. under section 6, clause (4) of the indian independence act of 1947, acts of parliament on or after the appointed day (15th august, 1947), were not to extend to the dominions as part of the law of that .....

Tag this Judgment!


Save Judgments// Add Notes // Store Search Result sets // Organizer Client Files //