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Sep 30 1977 (HC)

Md. Ahmed Amolia and ors. Vs. Nirmal Chandra Roy and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Sep-30-1977

Reported in : AIR1978Cal312

..... date, it may be said to create a present demise.' he has also referred to the decision of the punjab high court in karta ram v. state of punjab. which is a case under the punjab gram panchayat act, 1953. 40. in my view, the meaning of the word 'demise' in the above cases referred to ..... with regard to the scope of the appeal and then deal with the points raised before us. 19. admittedly, a lease was executed on march 3, 1911. it was duly registered. the lease provides the lessee 'to hold the premises hereby demised......... fora period of 50 years next ensuing.........'the lease contains: ..... written statement was amended on october 10, 1974. in the amended written statement the defendant stated that after expiry of the lease dated march 3, 1911 the defendants remained in possession of the suit premises and the lessor assented to the defendant's continuing in possession and/or to treat the tenancy as ..... the said property at the end of 1961. 5. further case of the plaintiffs is that at the time of making the lease dated march 3, 1911 there existed a 'road alignment line' running parallel to lower chitpur road along the frontage of the premises no. 104, lower chitpur road, calcutta being ..... month in case of punctual payment as aforesaid.4. pursuant to the lease the lessee was put into possession of the premises in or about dec., 1911. the original lessor died. thereafter, by devolution of interest and by mutual partition lessor's interest vested in the plaintiff. the original lessee who was .....

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Jul 21 1977 (HC)

Mira Rani Dey Vs. Namita Goswami and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jul-21-1977

Reported in : AIR1977Cal372

..... show that the learned court was satisfied that the summons was duly served upon the defendant no. 3. in this connection mr. mukherjee refers to a decision reported in : air1967delhi28 (punjab oil expel-lers co., ghaziabad v. madan lal nanda and sons. it has been held that the provisions of the code impose an obligation on the court to satisfy itself ..... so, it cannot be said that mira rani cannot proceed with her application under order 9, rule 13. on this point mr. mukherjee first relies on a case reported in (1911) 15 cal wn 798 (intu meah v. dar baksh bhuiyan). in this case it has been held that 'where a decree was passed against several defendants against some of whom ..... that ths application is barred by limitation, mr. mukherjee submits that even assuming that the defendant had knowledge of the suit, for the application of article 164 of the limitation act it is necessary to ascertain when the defendant applying for setting aside the ex parte decree had knowledge of the decree. mere knowledge of the date of the suit would .....

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Dec 19 1977 (HC)

General Fibre Dealers Ltd. Vs. Income-tax Officer and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Dec-19-1977

Reported in : [1979]116ITR40(Cal)

..... my attention to several decisions. first, he referred to certain cases dealing with the question of pension and placed reliance on the observations of the punjab high court in the case of bhagwant singh v. union of india, , where it was held that pension granted to public servant was property ..... assumed jurisdiction which they did not possess. the supreme court had further observed that in attempting to bypass the provisions of the i.t. act by inviting the high court to decide the questions which were primarily within the jurisdiction of the revenue authorities, the party approaching the court had ..... i have mentioned before, it is necessary to precisely state the issue involved in this case. in case of illegal taxation the question of acting contrary to the provision of the constitution would arise because article 265 of the constitution provides that no tax would be levied or collected except ..... in this application. the question will have to be determined in the light of article 226 of the constitution, as amended by the 42nd amendment act. on behalf of the petitioner, it was contended that even under article 226 of the constitution, as amended, this would be entertainable, and the ..... as i had pointed out in my previous decision, would result. but their lordships of the allahabad high court referred to section 2 of the act which provided the definition with the words 'unless the context otherwise requires'. according to their lordships of the allahabad high court, if the context of .....

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Oct 05 1977 (HC)

The Director, Enforcement Directorate Cabinet Secretariat Deptt. Perso ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Oct-05-1977

Reported in : AIR1978Cal65,[1978]48CompCas649(Cal),82CWN61

..... 18. mr. chakraborty, appearing for the appellant, has placed strong reliance on some of the recent decisions of the supreme court in chanan singh v. registrar co-operative societies, punjab, : (1976)iillj98sc , disciplinary proceedings against an employee were dropped by an enquiry officer who was not competent to impose the punishment. the proceedings were revived by the competent ..... foreign exchange: it was necessary to ensure that foreign exchange resources were conserved in the national interest until it was possible to dispense with exchange control altogether. the act was also making provisions for departmental inquiry and adjudication of foreign exchange offences by appropriate authorities. the whole idea, therefore, was to see that the country's foreign ..... established channels of trade. legislation was, therefore, necessary to give the central government powers to continue to control all transactions in foreign exchange, securities etc. the original act was a temporary one but it has been found that india continued to be short of foreign exchange end it was difficult to visualise that in any foreseeable future ..... ) ) 'inter-connected undertakings' (section 2(g)) and 'monopolistic undertakings' (section 2(j)); but there is no definition of 'larger industrial houses' either in mrtp or any other act. the expression 'larger industrial houses,' according to mr. ray, is therefore vague and indefinite. 53. from the mass of evidence placed before us by mr. chakraborty it is clear that .....

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Apr 22 1977 (HC)

Foundation Overseas Ltd. Vs. Punjab National Bank Ltd. and anr.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Apr-22-1977

Reported in : AIR1977Cal428

..... the global tender which required the execution of such a bond. accordingly, the said bond was furnished in favour of the state of uttar pradesh through the punjab national bank for the sum of rs. 27,60,000. thereafter, disputes arose by and between the plaintiff and the state of uttar pradesh in which ..... iillj660sc ; george v. controller of estate duty, mysore, : [1967]63itr497(sc) ; maxwell on the interpretation of statutes, twelfth edition at p. 298; attorney general v. seccombe. (1911) 2 kb 688 which was relied on by the supreme court in : [1967]63itr497(sc) .23. mr. sinha, on the other hand, has relied on the following decisions where ..... costs of and incidental to this application to be taxed by the taxing officer of this court. and it is further ordered that all parties concerned do act, on a copy of the minutes of this order signed by an officer of this court being served upon them.'37. against this order dated june ..... of commission. prayer was also made for injunction restraining the defendant, its agents and servants from giving effect to the bond dated october 31, 1963 or acting in terms there-of or in accordance therewith. prayer for stay of operation of the order dated june 8, 1976 was also made.36. in the ..... of and incidental to this application to be taxed by the taxing officer of this court. and it is further ordered that all parties concerned do act on a copy of the minutes of this order signed by an officer of this court being served upon them.'3. the suit herein has been .....

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