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Mar 02 1971 (HC)

K. Venkataraman and Company and ors. Vs. Deputy Commercial Tax Officer ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-02-1971

Reported in : [1973]30STC57(Mad)

..... 1955, this court had to consider the question whether cinder comes within the scope of clause (n) or clause (q) of schedule v of the district municipalities act necessitating the payment of a licence fee for storing such articles. clause (n) related to selling or storing timber, firewood, thatching materials, hay, grass, straw ..... the cotton and, therefore, the dealer was not entitled to deduct the sale price of cotton seeds from the purchase turnover under the punjab general sales tax act.20. the learned assistant government pleader relied on the history of the legislation in support of his contention that cinders do not fall ..... form part of it, is no argument for holding that cinders are included in the term coke in all its forms. in state of punjab v. chandu lal kishori lal [1970] 25 s.t.c. 52 it was held that though cotton in its unginned state contained cotton seeds ..... steel and the dealer in the said goods was, therefore, entitled to claim exemption by virtue of the notification issued under the madhya bharat sales tax act. in tungabhadra industries ltd., kurnool v. commercial tax office : [1961]2scr14 ) it has been held that hydrogenated groundnut oil, commonly called vanaspati, ..... nylon, nylex, etc., would come within the expression 'artificial silk' occurring as item 4 in the third schedule to the madras general sales tax act, 1959, and therefore, exempted from sales tax and while answering it in the affirmative observed thus :courts are bound to have recourse to the meaning .....

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Mar 03 1971 (HC)

Shah Chandanbhan Roopchand Bohra and Co. Vs. the Union of India and or ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-03-1971

Reported in : AIR1972Mad260

..... go into the question of validity of the order of seizure of ornaments also.mr. chopda cited the decisions of the supreme court in gunwant kaur v. municipal committee, bhatinda, : air1970sc802 and om prakash v. state of haryana, (1970) 1 sc wr 608 in support of his contention that the learned judge ..... manackchand. having regard to all these circumstances, the deputy collector was justified in rejecting the story of the partners that the gold was got from punjab. he also found on the evidence that the place of seizure was the business premises and not the residential portion of the building. there is ..... finding. there is no reason to differ from this concurrent finding.7. the case of the petitioner firm is that the jewels were got from punjab, their native state for the purpose of being deposited with the reserve bank of india for raising a loan and that the jewels are their family ..... gold were kept for sale or manufacture. that was a case arising under the manipur food grains dealers licensing order, 1958 issued under the essential commodities act, 1955. clause 3 of that order raised certain presumption, that is the stock found with a given individual of 100 or more mounds of the ..... on which reliance was next placed by the petitioners' counsel is one arising under the sea customs act, 1878, relating to a prosecution. it is pointed out that the presumption laid down in section 178a of that act could not be raised when the articles seized were not covered by section 178a(2). these decisions .....

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Mar 03 1971 (HC)

Sri Murugan theatre, Madurai Vs. the Commissioner of Land Revenue, Set ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-03-1971

Reported in : AIR1972Mad30

..... adjacent village, panchayat or town or in the city of madras. 'local area' for this purpose means the area within the jurisdiction of a municipal council or a panchayat board or a revenue village."here the finding is that the proposed touring cinema is beyond the distance of 1,609 ..... counsel cited the following decisions in support of his contention: state of orissa v. madangopal, ; calcutta gas co. ltd. v. state of west bengal,; state of punjab v. suraj prakash kapur,; devasahaym v. state of madras, 1958-1 mad lj 38, (58) = ilr (1958) mad 158 = (air 1958 mad 53) ..... 918/1 of andipatti village, within the limits of ethosakoil panchayat. this application was made under the provisions of the madras cinemas (regulation) act 1955, (madras act 9 of 1955). the appellant made his representations before the collector objecting to the grant of the certificate. the collector refused the certificate. an ..... above decision will apply to an existing cinema operator, who objects to the grant of a no-objection certificate under the madras cinemas (regulation) act 1955; he has a legally enforceable personal right. it may be added that muthukaruppasami moopanar himself impleaded murugan theatre as a respondent in the ..... appeal was preferred by muthukaruppasami moopanar to the board as provided under the act and the rules. the appeal was allowed and the board granted a no-objection certificate. against that w.p. no. 3915 of 1970 was .....

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Apr 23 1971 (HC)

Union of India (Uoi) Represented by the Secretary, Ministry of Industr ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-23-1971

Reported in : (1971)2MLJ502

..... [1970]3scr383 , paragraph 32.153. we have already referred in some other context to the decision of the supreme court in madras state electricity board v. kalyan municipality (1969) 1 s.c.j. 38 : a.i.r. 968 s.c. 991, in which it was laid down that where a uniform tariff is ..... equitable distribution and regulating supply'.108. in this connection we may also refer to the decision of the supreme court in maharashtra state electricity board v. kalyan municipality (1969) 1 s.c.j. 38 : a.i.r. 1968 s.c. 99, which dealt with the vires of the fixation of tariff by ..... but where the regulation is within the scope of authority legally delegated, the presumption of the existence of facts justifying its specific exercise attaches alike to statutes, to municipal ordinances, and to orders of administrative bodies, compare aetna insurance co. v. hyde 275 u.s. 440: 48 s. c. 174 : 72 l. ed ..... on article 19 is untenable. the question has been examined in detail by their lordships of the supreme court in makhan singh v. state of punjab : 1964crilj217 . in paragraph 8 of the judgment their lordships observed as follows:it would be noticed that as soon as a proclamation of emergency has ..... the union of india : air1959sc626 , the sugar (control) order issued by the government under the essential commodities act of 1955, which was questioned related to the factories in the three states of punjab, uttar pradesh and north bihar. one of the contentions was that the price fixed would work hardship and would result .....

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Mar 03 1971 (HC)

Chellammal Vs. Nallammal

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-03-1971

Reported in : (1971)1MLJ439

..... supreme court observed as follows:but before doing that, we will pause to distinguish rani mewa kuwar v. rani hulas kuwar , khunni lal v. govind krishna narain (1911) 21 m.l.j. 645 : i.l.r. 33 all. 356 : l.r. 38 indap 87, and ramasumran prasad v. shyam kumari . it ..... case fails. but it must be borne in mind that absolute logic and consistency cannot be maintained in the operation of the provisions of this act all throughout and in particular section 14, when this is essentially a legislation of social reforms involving extinguishment, fresh distribution and modification of property rights ..... share in the family properties. why i consider these cases discussed above, (which dealt with the question of the legality and validity of the act of the managing member of the joint family in making specific allotments for maintenance or in giving away properties to female members absolutely or for ..... in sub-section (2) cannot comprehend such pre-existing rights.36. it is now settled law that despite the hindu women's right to property act of 1937, the joint family continues as before without any severence of joint status. all the incidents attached to the joint family property continue to ..... act. instead of enacting a provision (under the guise of social reform) which would involve the hindu females in protracted and costly litigation, the legislature has determined that section 14(2) should apply only if there is a written document. my attention was drawn to a decision of a single judge of the punjab .....

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Nov 18 1971 (HC)

Logambal Ammal and anr. Vs. the Commissioner for Hindu Religious and C ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Nov-18-1971

Reported in : (1972)2MLJ612

..... it is difficult to expect any record or document to prove the permission of the public authorities for such an act of burial. in fact, there would not have been any panchayat or municipality at that distance of time. but, as rightly pointed out by the learned subordinate judge, there is absolutely no ..... but a public temple also. we have already referred to the stone inscription exhibit b-6. sri o.v. baluswamy produced the re-settlement register of 1911 as a public record to show that r. s. no. 307/i corresponding to old s. no. 307-a was given under an inam title ..... that decision that the worship was religious and that the institution was a temple within the meaning of section 9(12) of the madras hindu religious endowments act of 1927. the decision in pichai v. commissioner, hindu religious and charitable endowments : air1971mad405 , related to installation of images of sairts like nalvars, ..... by nagiah bathudu, the husband of the first appellant and the father of the second appellant, under section 84(1) of the hindu religious endowments act of 1927, for declaring the suit institution as an excepted temple. the order exhibit a-3 passed by the then commissioner of the hindu religious ..... and that in the alternative it is a private temple over which the endowments board cannot exercise any jurisdiction under the hindu religious and charitable endowments act. the learned stibordinate judge, who tried the suit, has discussed the evidence in paragraphs 7 and 8 of his judgment and found that the .....

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