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Apr 21 1993 (HC)

K.M. Vijayan and Others Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Apr-21-1993

Reported in : [1995]214ITR93(Mad)

..... the profession tax is not very complicated and the procedure provided for the assessment and review under the bihar and orissa municipalities act, 1922, is reasonable. 63. yet another submission is that while moneylenders licensed under the tamil nadu money lenders act, 1957, have been included in entry 15 of the schedule, there is no mention in the schedule about the ..... 'profession, trade, calling and employment'. 2. as per section 2(4) of the act, 'local authority' means, -'(a) the municipal corporations of madras, madurai, coimbatore or.........; or (b) a municipal council constituted under the tamil nadu district municipalities act, 1920; or (c) a panchayat constituted under the tamil nadu panchayats act, 1958; or (d)...........' 3. earlier, different provisions in different enactments enabled the relevant ..... set out.' 33. further, a similar submission made before the supreme court in relation to the legislative competency of the punjab legislature in passing the enactment, punjab passengers and goods taxation act, 1952, which was claimed by the said punjab state as falling under entry 56 of list ii, was also repelled by the supreme court thus in international tourist corporation ..... 60 of list ii read with article 246 empowers the state legislatures to pass a law levying the abovereferred to tax. they are megha singh and co. v. state of punjab, [fb] of five judges and bar council of a. p. v. govt. of andhra pradesh [1994] 210 itr 203; [1992] 2 an. wr 531 (ap) [db]. we also .....

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Mar 31 1993 (HC)

M.M. Exports Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-31-1993

Reported in : 1993(42)ECC266

..... citizen on an ex parte appraisement of the circumstances in which the obligation has arisen. (vide para 23)19. in century spinning & . v. ulhasnagar municipal council air 1971 sc 021, the court once again referred to robertson's case (1948) 2 all er 667 : (1949) 1 kb 227 and ..... which a citizen has altered his position to his prejudice. (vide para 12).20. learned counsel referred to a judgment of the punjab & haryana high, court in state of punjab . amrit banaspau ltd. . all the cases referred to above on the question of steppel were considered. the american law as ..... promissory estoppel should not be extended to such areas.though executive necessity is not always a good defence, this doctrine cannot be extended to legislative acts or to acts prohibited by the statute, (vide para 12).24. the statement of law found in the above passage does not help the respondents in ..... carrying out the mandates of parliament. parliament is supreme and the executive government cannot estop itself from discharging the obligations imposed upon it by act of parliament. nor can the government do something or be compelled to do something which is prohibited by statute or which is opposed to ..... governmental activity. therefore, the unwisdom and inexpediency of applying the doctrine too widely. there are, of course, certain obvious limitations: when the government acts in sovereign capacity there can never be any question of estoppel. nor can there ever be an estoppel to prevent parliament from making a law. .....

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May 18 1993 (HC)

Sundaresan Alias Meganathan Alias Mega Vs. State

Court : Chennai

Decided on : May-18-1993

Reported in : 1993CriLJ3342

..... of the punishments for the offence of murder is death and, therefore, the offence of murder would be covered within s. 2(4)(i)(a) of the punjab act and to such a conviction the punjab borstal act would have no application.' the decision reported in state of maharashtra v. j. lal, : [1966]3scr1 is a case under suppression of immoral traffic in women ..... accused and consequently, he is entitled to bail. learned single judge of karnataka high court has also followed the decision of the supreme court reported in olga tellis v. bombay municipal corporation, : air1986sc180 . there is a discussion in that judgment on the contention raised by the learned government pleader wherein the learned government pleader relied on the judgment reported in state ..... chand v. state of haryana, air 1988 sc 584 which arose under sections 5 and 2(4)(i)(a) of the punjab borstal act (11 of 1926) the supreme court has observed as follows :- 'a person convicted for the offence of murder and sentenced to imprisonment for life cannot claim the benefit of ..... , i.p.c. simply because the punishment awarded in that case was transpiration of life, the petitioner is not entitled to the benefit of section 2(4) of the punjab borstal school act since the offence is under section 302, i.p.c. for which the accused shall be punishable with death or imprisonment for life. in the decision reported in subash .....

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Sep 22 1993 (HC)

Union of India (Uoi), Union Territory of Pondicherry Represented by th ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-22-1993

Reported in : (1994)1MLJ358

..... who have been on probation or are officiating, after their initial appointment or promotion by the governor to the cadre of district judges under article 233. punjab and haryana high court v. state of haryana : [1975]3scr365 .(g) premature or compulsory retirement of judges of the district courts and of ..... also been provided in article 230 of the constitution.8. when the high court at bombay (extension of jurisdiction to goa, daman and diu) act, 1981 (act no. 26 of 1981), was passed by the parliament extending the jurisdiction of the high court at bombay to the union territory of goa, ..... dispute that by reason of extending of jurisdiction of the high court of madras to pondicherry by section 9 of the pondicherry (administration) act, 1962 (central act 49 of 1962) the jurisdiction exercisable by high court under chapter v of part vi of the constitution is exercisable by the high ..... the union territory of pondicherry, the government of pondicherry will suitably amend the pondicherry judicial service rules, 1980 and also the other connected acts and the rules pertaining to the jurisdiction of the high court over the subordinate judiciary and also the establishment of the courts. in view ..... the judicial wing of the state which includes subordinate judiciary. therefore, when the jurisdiction of the high court of madras was extended under the act, as contended by the learned counsel for the respondents, all that jurisdiction, administrative and judicial enjoyed by the high court of madras under .....

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Sep 14 1993 (HC)

The Official Receiver Vs. Ariya Boyan S/O. Veera Boyan

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Sep-14-1993

Reported in : (1995)2MLJ537

..... and sale at the time when it became vested with the official receiver. but before the official receiver proceeded to sell it by virtue of the punjab act 12 of 1940, the residential house was exempted from attachment and sale under section 60(1), c.p.c. and so it was held that ..... submissions made by rival counsel. i shall consider the submissions made by mr. jagadeesan in seriatim.5. the second respondent is a scavenger employed by the municipality. there is no evidence to show the salary drawn by her. in the counter-affidavit filed by the official receiver in the trial court, he ..... petition.3. mr. jagadeesan, learned counsel appearing for the revision petitioner would submit that the (i) second respondent was employed as a scavenger in the municipality drawing salary of more than rs. 500 per month and so she cannot be classified as a labourer so as to claim the benefits of section 60 ..... the first submission made by mr. jagadeesan.7. mr. s.p. subramanian, rightly pointed out that in a petition filed under the provincial insolvency act, the debtors are expected to come out with the assets belonging to them and in that way the house concerned was also shown as one of the ..... was vested with the official receiver. while so, the respondents filed i.a. no. 123 of 1984 under section 28(5) of the provincial insolvency act, praying for release of the properties from the administration of the official receiver. that was resisted by the official receiver. after enquiry, the learned subordinate judge .....

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