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Sep 25 1962 (HC)

Sakharam Narayan Kherdekar Vs. City of Nagpur Corporation and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Sep-25-1962

Reported in : AIR1964Bom200; (1963)65BOMLR627; ILR1963Bom478

..... inclusion of the liberal profession into the four corners of industrial law.'then in paragraph r3 their lordships referred to the observations of isaacs and rich jj. in the federated municipal and shire councils employees union etc. v. lord mayor, alderman, councillors and citizens of melbourne, (1918) 26 clr 508 and quoted a passage in which the following is to ..... of the statute. our attention is invited in support of this proposition to the decision of the privy council in m. and s. m. ely. co. ltd. v. bezwada municipality where it is observed that where the language of the main enactment is clear and unambiguous, a proviso can have no repercussion on the interpretation of the main enactment, so ..... the business, trade or profession is carried on. the respondents have also relied on a decision of the punjab high court where the punjab shops and establishments act came to be examined. that ease is reported in dr. p. a. paul v. state of punjab . under the punjab act the definition of 'commerciat establishment' is given in the following terms in section 2(i)(iv):' ' ..... , residential hotels, restaurants, eating houses, theatres and other places of public amusement and entertainment and also other esta-'blishments. section 2 gives statutory definitions of several expressions used in the act. in particular the definitions of 'commercial establishment', 'employer', 'shop', will need a careful examination. as already stated, section 7 requires the employer of every establishment to send to .....

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Jan 30 1962 (HC)

Malji Manilal Kamdar Vs. Lalji Haridas and anr.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jan-30-1962

Reported in : AIR1963Bom70; (1962)64BOMLR348; 1963CriLJ569; ILR1962Bom765

..... 195 were cited with approval in nanchand shivchand in re., ilr 37 bom 365, in which a district judge hearing an election petition under section 22 of the bombay district municipalities act, was held to be a court within the meaning of section 195(1) (b) cr.p.c. wide meaning to the were 'court' has also been given in other cases ..... pashvir, : air1956bom326 , is no longer good law.6. mr. gupte, who appears for the respondent, has referred to the decision of the supreme court in virindar kumar v. state of punjab, (s) : 1956crilj326 . in that case, it was held that a returning officer deciding on validity of a nomination paper, under section 36 of the representation of the people ..... nataraja lyer, ilr 36 mad 72. in which it was held that a divisional officer hearing appeals under the income-tax act ii of 1886 was a court. in merchant flour mills co. ltd. v. commissioner of income-tax, punjab the punjab high court held that an assistant commissioner of income-tax is a revenue court for the purposes of the court-fees ..... exclusively empowered to decide them. see, for example, the city of bombay revenue act and the revenue code of oudh, the united provinces and the punjab (u.p. act ii of 1901, sections 59-62; u.p. act iii of 1901, section 189 at. seq.; oudh act xxii of 1886, section 109; punjab act xvi of 1887, section 101). speaking generally, revenue questions are removed from the .....

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Dec 05 1962 (HC)

Registrar, High Court, A.S., Bombay Vs. S.K. Irani and anr.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Dec-05-1962

Reported in : AIR1963Bom254; (1963)65BOMLR131; 1963CriLJ603; ILR1963Bom115

..... pointed out, judicially subordinate to the high court. therefore, if a contempt is committed of the chief judge as a persona designata under the municipal act, it is open to the high court to take cognizance of it and to take action against the person who committed that contempt as if ..... the high court of a contempt committed of the chief judge of the small causes court as a persona designata under the city of bombay municipal act, 1388, and this court held that it is open to the high court to take cognizance of it and take action against the person ..... mentioned elsewhere. coke on littleton and stroud defined the word 'court' 'as a place where justice is judicially administered. section 3 of the indian evidence act defines 'court' as follows :'court' includes all judges and magistrates, and all persons, except arbitrators, legally authorised to take evidence.'section 19 of the indian ..... of mr. rane that ihe authority under the payment of wages act is a court because it gives an authoritative and binding decision after a judicial hearing. in support of his contention mr. rane places reliance on virindar kumar satyawadi v. state of punjab [1956) scj 138 : air 1955 sc 153 and brajnandan ..... sinha v. jyoti narain : 1956crilj156 .10. now, the word 'court' has not been defined in the contempt of courts act. it would, therefore, be useful to refer to tha definitions of .....

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Jan 30 1962 (HC)

Mulji Manilal Kamdar Vs. State of Maharashtra and Another.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jan-30-1962

Reported in : [1962]45ITR257(Bom)

..... ' as occurring in section 195 were cited with approval in nanchand shivchand, in re in which a district judge hearing an election petition under section 22 of the bombay district municipalities act was held to be a court within the meaning of section 195(1) (b), criminal procedure code wide meaning to the word 'court' has also been given in other cases. in queen ..... pashvir patel, is no longer good law.mr. gupte, who appears for the respondent, has referred to the decision of the supreme court in virindar kumar satyawadi v. state of punjab. in that case it was held that a returning officer deciding on the validity of a nomination paper under section 36 of the representation of the people ..... exclusively empowered to decide them. see, for example, the city of bombay revenue act and the revenue code of oudh, the united provinces and the punjab (u. p. act ii of 1901, sections 59-62; u. p. act iii of 1901, section 189 et seq.; oudh act xxii of 1886, section 109; punjab act xvi of 1887, section 101). speaking generally, revenue questions are removed from the ..... taken in in re nataraja iyer in which it was held that a divisional officer hearing appeals under the income-tax act (ii of 1886) was a court. in merchant flour mills co. ltd. v. commissioner of income-tax the punjab high court held that an assistant commissioner of income-tax is a revenue court for the purposes of the court fees .....

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Dec 14 1962 (HC)

State of Maharashtra Vs. Tanba Sadashio Kunbi

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Dec-14-1962

Reported in : AIR1964Bom82; (1963)65BOMLR477; 1964CriLJ395; ILR1963Bom627

..... .2. the facts leading to the prosecution and the reference are somewhat unusual and require to be noticed in detail. one shri anna choudhari was a head master of a municipal school at village mirapur in wardha district, 'the accused tanba, is supposed to be a vice chairman of the school committee. the accused has a nephew by name bandu, who ..... prosecuted the accused tanba under sections. 448 and 506 i. p. c. at the trial the head-master and the boys concerned were examined. it was obvious that the boy punjab had been won over and had to be declared hostile, but he supported substantially a part of the prosecution case. similarly, another witness by name shriram was also won over ..... . on 19-3-62 during the recess time there was some kind of quarrel between the nephew of the accused on the one hand and two other boys, gunwant and punjab, on the other. the accused came into the school while the head-master was absent and he beat the two boys, gunwant and ..... punjab. in the meantime, the head-master returned at about 2-15 p. m. the accused was in the school. the two boys were weeping. on inquiries they informed the head- .....

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