Court : Delhi
Decided on : Mar-20-1986
Reported in : 1986(10)DRJ359; 1986RLR432
..... boundaries described in the first schedule (see section 2(32). section 514 further provides that notwithstanding anything contained in the punjab municipal act 1911 as applicable to new delhi municipality or in any notified area there under the limits of that municipality shall be as described in the first schedule. the combined effect of these provisions would, thereforee, be that the dmc ..... areas which are or may, before the first day of november, 1956, be included in a municipality or a notified area under the provisions of the punjab municipal act, 1911oracantonmentundcrthe provisions of the cantonment act, 1924 (sec section 1, sub-section (2) (a) of the act). (6) relying on this provision the learned counsel for the respondents has canvassed with considerable fervour ..... of the union territory of delhi minus the areas falling under new delhi municipality and delhi cantonment board. however, the operation of the act is restricted further by excluding the areas which were included in a municipality or a notified area under the provisions of the punjab municipal act before the first day of november 1956. the crucial question for determination is ..... the revenue estate of basai darapur not being included in a municipality or a notified area under the punjab municipal act or the cantonment area uptil november 1956 would be still governed by the provisions of the act and the dmc act will not apply to the same because the dmc act came into force much afterwards. in order to appreciate the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : May-21-1986
Reported in : 1986(3)Crimes60; 30(1986)DLT21; 1986(11)DRJ121
..... reference was issued to the respondents. on the very first date of hearing unqualified apologies were tendered on behalf of the two news papers punjab kesari and jansatta. the unqualified apologies are in the form of affidavits of mr. ram babadur roy, chief reporter of 'janiatta' and of mr. ..... interfere in the judiciary.'(3) on publication of the aforesaid news items shri aggarwal filed a petition under section 12 of the contempt of courts act before the addl. district judge. it was stated that the petitioner namely vishambhar dutt sharma having lost the election in the year 1983 has been ..... petition had reached the stage of final arguments. in the issue dated 13-8-1985 of jansatta and 14-8-1985 of punjab kesari, almost similar news items were published. the sum and. substance ..... sheetal, sub-editor of 'punjab kesari'. in both the affidavits it is stated that the deponents while writing news items did not realize that any part of the article could ..... 15 of the contempt of courts act, 1971 has been made by the addl. district judge, delhi to this court for taking appropriate proceedings.(2) shri vishambhar dutt sharma filed an election petition challenging the election of the returned candidate shri jai parkash aggarwal to the municipal corporation of delhi. the election .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Sep-12-1986
Reported in : 167ITR49(Delhi); 34TAXMAN305(Delhi)
..... rameshwar dass chottey lal v. union of india, 2nd  delhi 1196, accepted the appeal and set aside the conviction and the sentence. the municipal corporation of delhi came up in appeal after obtaining the special leave of this court. the appeal came up for hearing before a division bench. the ..... of the previous year of every person. a firm is thus an independent assessable unit for the purpose of the act. thereforee, for income-tax law, a firm is a legal entity. (see state of punjab v. jullundur vegetables syndicate : 2scr457 .the firm, though a legal entity for the purpose of income- ..... who is responsible for paying or crediting the interest amount. the breach or contravention of this requirement attracts prosecution and punishment under section 276b of the act.evidence of the complainant, i. d. manchanda, read with the copy or the reply filed by the accused before him during the assessment proceedings, prima ..... corporation of delhi v. j. b. bottling co. pvt. ltd. . it was a case under the prevention of food adulteration act, 1954. under section 16 of the said act, if any person, whether by himself or by any other person on ..... the act, as noticed above, provides a minimum punishment for a term which shall not be less than six months or three months, as the case may be. is the firm still liable to be prosecuted for such an offence similar question was examined by a full bench of this court in municipal .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Sep-12-1986
Reported in : 1987(1)Crimes374; ILR1986Delhi280
..... dass chotte lal v. union of india, 2nd (1969) delhi 1196, (3) accepted the appeal and set aside the conviction and the sentence. municipal corporation of delhi came up in appeal after obtaining the special leave of this court. the appeal came up for hearing before a division bench. the said ..... of the previous year of every person. a firm was thus an independent assessable unit for the purpose of 'the act'. thereforee, for income-tax law a firm was a legal entity, [see the state of punjab vs . jullundur vegetables syndicate : 2scr457 ].(1) (14) the firm, though a legal entity for the ..... who is responsible for paying or crediting the interest amount. the breach or contravention of this requirement attracts prosecution and punishment under section 276b of 'the act'. (8) evidence of the complainant t. d. manchanda. read with the copy of the reply filed by the accused before him during the assessment proceedings ..... of delhi vs . j. b. bottling co. pvt. ltd., . (2) it was a case under the prevention of food adulteration act, 1954. under section 16 of the said act if any person, whether by himself or by any other person ..... the act', as noticed above, provides a minimum punishment for a term which shall not be less than six months or three months as the case may be. is the firm still liable to be prosecuted for such an offence similar question was examined by a full bench of this court in municipal corporation .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Nov-21-1986
Reported in : 1988CriLJ1658
..... is enforced, the. question of its violation could not be alleged at all. in support of his contention, he examined one witness from the office of municipal corporation of delhi,4. the learned lower court on consideration of all the material on record did not agree with any of his contentions and convicted him and ..... petitioner/appellant is non-residential, it is clear violation of the provision of the master plan of delhi and is punishable linder section 29(2) of the act without there being any violation of the zonal development plan.12. in view of the above finding, i have 40 hesitation to confirm the judgment of the ..... consequently in contravention of the provisions of section 14 of the act. this very view was reaffirmed in the judgment reported as r.p. kapur v. d.d. a. : 1976rlr189 . in d.d.a. v. principal ..... plan or any of them, after such a plan has come into operation, it will be actionable under sub-section (2) of section 29 of the act. as the area in question has been earmarked in the master plan for residential purpose and that such use was in contravention of the master plan and ..... plan of delhi. after obtaining necessary sanction from the competent authority, d.d.a. filed a complaint under section 14 read with section 29(2) of the act in the court of the concerned magistrate on 16th april, 1980.3. in support of the complaint, three witnesses were examined. p.w. 1 krishan lal .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Nov-05-1986
Reported in : 1987(12)DRJ33
..... : mrs. mohini suraj bhan v. vinod kumar mittal, : air1986sc706 is a case relating to eviction on ground of bona fide requirement under east punjab urban rent restriction act, 1949. in that case the landlady in her eviction petition had alleged that there was pressure on her to vacate the rented premises at new ..... the suit house for their occupation. the landlord of respondent no. i has obtained an order of eviction under section 14(l)(h) of the act against him and the respondents have no place for their own living. their requirement cannot, be termed as whimsical or frivolous. their claim for the ..... 1975]3scr958 , it has been observed that the high court is bound to take note of subsequent events in disposing of proceedings under the rent control act by a landlord against his tenant. the supreme court observed 'we affirm the proposition that for making the right or remedy claimed by the party just ..... not agree. the original eviction petition does disclosed a cause of action. the petition mentions all the ingredients of section 14(l)(e) of the act. it was on account of the objections of the petitioner that the respondents sought leave to amend the eviction petition which was allowed. i do ..... wife mr. gangabai idnani filed a petition for eviction of the petitioner on ground of bona fide requirement under. section 14(l)(e) of the act. the respondents were allowed to amend the eviction petition and the amended petition is dated 23rd september 1981. they alleged that the petitioner was their .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Jul-08-1986
Reported in : AIR1987Delhi304; ILR1986Delhi532
..... he has been making payments of the electric charges as per bills given by the respondents. there are two respondents. respondent no. i is the corporation constituted under the delhi municipal corporation act, 1957. respondent no. 2 is delhi electric supply undertaking, an undertaking of respondent no. i corporation for the purpose of generating or acquiring supplies of electricity and providing (including ..... that mr. r. k. anand, learned counsel for the petitioner, referred to decisions of the lahore, madhya pradesh and allahabad high courts. the decision of the lahore high court in municipal committee, fazilka v. fazilka electric supply co. ltd. air 1947 lah 309 (1) has been the main plank of the argument of mr. anand. (12) in this case there ..... and one of the six meters installed is for bulk supply of electricity. the respondents called upon the petitioner to furnish a no objection certificate from the delhi development authority/municipal corporation of delhi for the land use. the petitioner says that the respondents have been charging misuse charges in the bills and he says the respondents could not object to ..... an arbitration agreement the decision of the arbitrator has to be said to be final. the judgments to which mr. anand referred are m/s. ram lal jagan nath vs. punjab state through collector, hissar and another (fb) (5) and smt. rumanibai gupta vs. the collector, jabalpur and others : air1981sc479 . but these judgments construed the relevant agreements between the parties .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Mar-04-1986
Reported in : 61CompCas153(Delhi); [1987(54)FLR261]; (1986)IILLJ354Del
..... any of the officer who are above junior management grade, i.e., the middle management grade, the senior management grade and the top executive grade. 22. the punjab national bank employees (discipline and appeal) regulations, 1977, deal with the disciplinary matters and regulation 3 defines appellate authority, disciplinary authority, competent authority and certain other ..... following facts and circumstance provide the necessary historical backdrop to the various questions and controversies. amarjit singh, the petitioner, who is still in his forties, joined the punjab national bank ltd., then a banking company, in 1966, as a probationary officer and, after completion of training, held various posts in the said banking company ..... ) service regulations, 1979, punjab national bank officer employees and (conduct) regulations, 1977, and punjab national bank officer employees (discipline & appeal) regulations ..... made under the act and shall have effect accordingly. 19. in exercise of the powers conferred by section 19 of the banking companies (acquisition and transfer of undertakings) act, 1970, the board of directors made in consultation with the reserve bank of india and with the previous sanction of the central government, punjab national bank (officers .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Oct-28-1986
Reported in : AIR1987Delhi180; 1987(12)DRJ13; 1987RLR51
..... respect of the premises hereby demised shall be recoverable in the same manner as arrears of land revenue under the provisions of the punjab land revenue act, xvii of 1887, and any amending act for the time being in force.' (12) what mr. r.k.p. shankardass contends 2(2) relates to clause ..... 13, tolstoy marg, new delhi, is to be used for commercial purposes. the 'master plan is statutory. this was so stated by the supreme court in municipal corporation of delhi v. kishan dass & another, air 1969 s.c. 390. the supreme court said, 'there is no controversy, in this case, that ..... withhold the permission or otherwise interfere with the construction of the multi-storeyed building in accordance with the plans sanctioned by the concerned municipal authority, i.e. new delhi municipal committee.' (15) it is too well settled that a question of law can be raised at any stage of the proceedings, ..... the rates on the basis of which 'conversion charges' had to be paid, as i find that the statutory provisions of the delhi development act, which bind the government, have resulted in statutory direction which also enables the use of the plot in question for commercial purposes. the statutory addition ..... clause is operative between the parties, and the parties are bound under the same. had it not been statutory enactment of the delhi development act, particularly provision of section 14 thereof, which prohibits the use of any land or building for purposes other than the contemplated by the master plan .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Feb-24-1986
Reported in : 29(1986)DLT502; 1986(11)DRJ216
..... rebuilding could not be carried out without the premises being vacated. it was further averred that he bad got the plan for reconstruction sanctioned from the municipal corporation of delhi, estimate prepared and had the necessary funds. (3) the appellants resisted the petitions. the pleas raised were that the requirement was ..... funds for the reconstruction. the landlord has filed an affidavit stating that he had rupees two lakhs in fixed deposit with rajouri garden branch of the punjab and sindh bank and another rs. 50.000.00 lying in his saving account in the same bank. he had national saving certificates of rs ..... the tenants in the reconstructed building. in these circumstances, the contention, that the tenants would be deprived of their right under section 20 of the act, cannot be accepted.(11) it was then argued that judicial notice could be taken of the fact that the prices have escalated many-times and ..... that there is no lavatory even in the existing building ; however, in the proposed building two lavatories have been provided.(8) section 20 of the act confers a right on the tenants, to be evicted under clause (g), to be placed back in occupation of the premises from which they are to ..... alter the purpose for which the premises were let and, in any case, the tenants would be deprived of their rights under section 20 of the act to be placed back in occupation of the premises from which they were to be evicted after reconstruction. in these circumstances, no order for eviction .....Tag this Judgment!