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Apr 21 1966 (HC)

Ranchhodbhai Desaibhai Patel Vs. Collector of Panchmahals and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-21-1966

Reported in : (1966)0GLR1024; (1966)IILLJ779Guj

..... under s. 4 of the east punjab local authorities (restriction of functions) act, to discharge the duties of the water-works department of a municipal committee. in that case, their lordships proceeded to answer the question by considering whether the person concerned ..... union or a state. mentioned in art. 311. 16. there have been a number of cases on the question as to whether a panchayat or a municipal servant is or is not entitled to the protection of art. 311. the case in r. srinivasan v. president, district board, coimbatore [1958 - i ..... that the post must be a civil post in contra-distinction to a military post. the constitution-makers have not made distinction between a municipal or a panchayat post and a civil post. if a post is created for exercise of powers or performance of duties which are ordinarily exercisable ..... person holding the post is discharging the functions of the state. in support of this argument, sri sompura relies upon the decision in state of punjab and others v. prem prakash and others [a.i.r. 1957 punj. 219]. that was the case of a person appointed by the government ..... was a municipal officer or a government officer. they said that, prima facie, a municipal officer was a person .....

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Apr 21 1966 (HC)

Ranchhodbai Deasibhai Patel Vs. Collector of Panchamahals and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Apr-21-1966

Reported in : AIR1967Guj92

..... be satisfied, it is necessary that the post must be a civil post in contra-distinction to a military post. the constitution makers have not made distinction between a municipal or a panchayat post and a civil post. if a post is created for exercise of powers or performance of duties which are ordinarily exercisable or performable by the ..... the question by considering whether the person concerned was a municipal officer or government officer. they said that prima facie a ..... , mr. sompura relies upon the decision in state of punjab v. prem prakash, air 1957 punj 219. that was the case of a person appointed by the government under s. 4 of the east punjab local authorities (restriction of functions) act, to discharge the duties of the water works department of a municipal committee. in that case, their lordships proceeded to answer ..... municipal officer was a person whose duties and functions related exclusively to the local affairs of the municipality as .....

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Aug 11 1966 (HC)

Dalpathbhai Hemchand and ors. Vs. the Municipality of Chansma and anr.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Aug-11-1966

Reported in : AIR1968Guj38; (1967)GLR225

..... rigid technical meaning in the english language indicating only a levy in return for services. secondly, their lordships point out that, section 21/8, 222 and 229 of the calcutta municipal act show that, the levies thereunder, though called fees, are really taxes and that, those sections show that no services were required to be rendered in return for those levies. their ..... submission made by learned counsel on both sides are based upon that decision. in that case, the levy of licence fee under section 548, sub-section (2), of the calcutta municipal act 33 of 1961 was challenge. one of the grounds on which the levy was changed was that, because the section used the word 'fee', the word must be construed in ..... under article 226 of the constitution of india. petitioners are proprietors of hotels situated in the town of chanasma. respondent no. 1 is the municipality of chanasma constituted under the bombay district municipal act, 1901, (here after called 'the act'). respondent no. 2 is the state of gujarat. petitioners challenge the validity of an impost under which they are required to pay under certain ..... is the case, the authority is still binding on another division bench of this court and, in support, mr. nanavati relies upon the case of smt. somawanti v. state of punjab, reported in : [1963]2scr774 , their lordships have stated that the binding effect of a decision does not depend upon whether a particular argument was considered therein or not provided that .....

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Feb 14 1966 (HC)

State of Gujarat Vs. Devendraprasad Mahasukhram

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-14-1966

Reported in : (1967)0GLR395; (1966)IILLJ389Guj

..... industry, if it was done by a private person, ceased to be so if the same work was carried on by a local body like a municipality was that in the latter there was nothing like the investment of any capital or the existence of a profit-earning motive as there generally was in a business. but ..... modern legislation dealing with conditions of employment, particularly in relation to matters of collective bargaining and the like. in that case before their lordships even the conservancy services of a municipality were held to be industry. it was observed at p. 200 that a the only ground on which one could say that what would amount to carrying on of an ..... employees alone as in the of other establishments like residential hotels, restaurants, eating-houses, theatres, etc. the validity of a similar provision as s. 18 in s. 7 of the punjab trade employees act (act 10 of 1940) was challenged before the supreme court. section 7(1) there provided that save as otherwise provided by the ..... . it has been filed by the state against the acquittal of the accused-doctor by the city magistrate (municipal), ahmedabad, on the charge for the offence under s. 52(e) of the act read with s. 62 and rule 23(1) of the said act. 3. the case of the prosecution was that the accused who was a doctor having his dispensary situated .....

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Oct 15 1966 (HC)

Abdul HusseIn Tayabali Vs. the State of Gujarat and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Oct-15-1966

Reported in : (1967)8GLR856

..... of the civil procedure code. sub-section (2) of section 455 enacts that, all rules made under section 454 of the bombay provincial municipal corporations act, shall have effect as if enacted in the act. therefore, mr. shah's contention is that, in order that the definition in clause (c) of section 3 may be ..... examination at our hands. in the first instance, mr. shah relies upon the case of major s. arjan singh and anr. v. the state of punjab and ors. reported in , as a preliminary step in support of his contention. in that case, the relevant notification stated that, an officer was appointed ..... similar to the one contained in section 127 of the civil procedure code and section 455, sub-section (2), of the bombay provincial municipal corporations act, 1949. section 127 enacts that the rules made thereunder shall have the same force and effect as if they have been contained ..... vice shri v.k. parmar transferred. ' by the notification dated 1st october 1963, master was appointed 'to perform functions of the collector under the said act within the revenue district of baroda.' this notification was superseded by the last notification dated 11th october 1963, by which, the government authorised 'all special ..... the act, when a notification under that section is issued that any land is needed for a public purpose, or for a company, the declaration so made is conclusive evidence that 'land is needed for a public purpose or for a company. ' in smt. somawanti and ors. v. the state of punjab and ors .....

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