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Apr 17 1961 (HC)

Daudayal Onkarlal Vs. Gulabchand Shankerlal and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-17-1961

Reported in : AIR1962MP47

..... was a local authority within the meaning of the term as used in section 14 (1) (f) of the madhya bharat municipalities act no. 1 of 1954 hereinafter called 'the act'. the polling officer rejected this contention of the opponent no. 1. there was an appeal to the returning officer. this was dismissed ..... municipality took place under the provision of the madhya bharat municipalities act and the rules made thereunder. four candidates had been nominated for the purpose of this election including the petitioner and the ..... corporation' can be called a 'local authority' for the purpose of section 14 (1) (f) of the madhya bharat municipalities act no. 1 of 1954. 2. the question arose for consideration under the following circumstances. 3. on 26-4-1959 election to the khachrod ..... an authority, in order that it can be called local authority must be one which performs functions not dissimilar to functions, performed either by a municipal committee, district board, port commissioners or the like, such authorities must be meant to serve a locality. such authorities must derive its funds under ..... prakash, (s) air 1957 ail 384 by mehrotra, j., and also in writ petition no. 1010 of 1959 by bishan narain j., of the punjab high court. other such statutory corporations which though, are, subject to certain governmental control in the matter of policy, are held not be mere government departments .....

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Feb 28 1961 (HC)

Tilakram Laluwa Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-28-1961

Reported in : AIR1966MP154; 1965MPLJ982

..... of ashutosh sadukhan v. corporation of calcutta air 1919 cal 807 in which it was held that section 23, limitation act, had no application in case of a rowak or platform built over municipal land inasmuch as the injury was complete in the erection of the wall and the mere fact that the effect continued ..... and servant thus continued and he is entitled to pay which gives him a recurring cause of action. he points out that it was held in punjab province v. tara chand air 1947 fc 23 that arrears of pay can be claimed by a government servant and the matter is governed by article 102 ..... dispossessed in execution proceedings, their rights had been completely injured, and though their dispossession continued, it cannot be said that the trustees were committing wrongful acts or acts of tort from moment to moment so as to give the appellants a cause of action de die in diem. we think there can be no ..... pursuance of a decree under section 9, specific relief act, passed in 1922, sued the trustees in 1931 for a declaration that they were hereditary pujaris of ..... a continuing wrong under section 23 of the limitation act was considered by the supreme court in balakrishna v. d. m. sansthan air 1959 sc 798. there, certain persons who were dismissed from the office of guravs by the trustees of a temple in 1911 and had to deliver possession of the temple in .....

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Jan 17 1961 (HC)

Bhopal Sugar Industries Ltd. Vs. State of Madhya Pradesh

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-17-1961

Reported in : AIR1961MP282

..... parts of rajasthan. the learned chief justice thus laid emphasis on the statement of bradley, j. that the differentiation in laws besides being on municipal considerations should be with a 'regard to the welfare of all classes within the particular territory or jurisdiction'. the learned chief justice distinguished the ..... and under like circumstances, to resort to them for redress. each state has the right to make political sub-divisions of its territory for municipal purposes, and to regulate their local government. as respects the administration of justice, it may establish one system of courts for cities and another ..... be prohibited by any fair construction of the 14th amendment. it would not be based on any respect of persons or classes, but on municipal considerations alone, and a regard to the welfare of all classes within the particular territory or jurisdiction'.with regard to this passage, the learned ..... the laws of the component states allowed to be continued would be one based not 'on any respect of persons or classes, but on municipal considerations alone.' learned advocate general also referred us to tilakram rambaksh v. bank of patiala, air 1959 punj 440 and ananthanarayana v. agricultural income ..... was a sound reason for the operation of that act to continue in pepsu region. the learned judges of the punjab high court found the justification in the fact that the act was continued by virtue of section 119 of the states reorganisation act, and that when this was done it must .....

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Oct 05 1961 (HC)

Narayansingh Jugrajsingh Vs. Board of Revenue

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-05-1961

Reported in : AIR1962MP280; 1962MPLJ281

..... similar to this case the controversy also appears to have been quieted by the view taken by the supreme court in sheodeo singh v. state of punjab, civil appeal no. 265 of 1958, d/-8-2-1961 (sc) mudholkar, j., who spoke for the court, observed;''learned counsel contends that ..... ganeshilal because what was sold to him purported to be not only plot no. 28 but also the house bearing municipal no. 41/30 standing thereon 'as per map given' at the foot of the sale deed. a suit under section 31. of the specific ..... him about the rejection of his application for adjournment and also of the adjourned date of hearing. in the supreme court case the executing court, acting under section 151 civil procedure code, corrected its own mistake in dismissing the execution application on the refection of the application for adjournment without giving to the ..... made, their representatives and assigns shall thereupon become jointly and severally liable for such arrear and shall be deemed to be defaulters within the meaning of this act.' explanation:--the term 'assigns' in thissection includes a mortgagee in possession anda thekadar.' it was pointed out in surajdeen's case, ilr (1938) nag ..... case, their lordships were considering the scope of revision under sub-section (5) of section 16 of the central provinces and berar industrial disputes settlement act, 1947, which reads as follows:''an application for revision made within the prescribed time, but no appeal, shall lie to the state industrial court against .....

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