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Aug 09 1988 (HC)

NabIn Chandra Narayan Das Vs. Dhenkanal Municipality and anr.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Aug-09-1988

Reported in : AIR1989Ori76; 66(1988)CLT515; [1989]74STC296(Orissa)

..... advocate for the petitioner had referred to the case of s. m. ram lal and co. v. secy. to govt. of punjab reported in (1969) 1 uj (sc), 373 where the word 'use' occurring in an analogous provision of the punjab municipal act, 1911 had fallen for interpretation. the division bench under an impression that in this case (which was not noticed) the supreme court ..... to some extent, though not totally destroyed or used up and can be said to come within the purview of the word 'use' in section 131 (1)(kk) of the municipal act for imposition of octroi duty. ......'12. the supreme court in burmah shell company's case (air 1963 sc 906) has traced the history of the two taxes, namely,' terminal tax ..... a cinema hall in the town of dhenkanal and brings cinematograph films from distributors for exhibition in his hall. the dhenkanal municipality having been authorised to levy octroi under section 131 (1)(kk) of the orissa municipal act, 1950 (for short, 'the act') issued a notice (annexure 1) to the petitioner requiring him to pay octroi duty at the rate of 3 per cent ..... limits for the purpose of loading and unloading passengers in course of transit. it was held that under section 66( 1)( e) of the relevant act and the rules, 'the goods must come to rest within the municipal limits for the purposes of sale, consumption or use therein'. the goods and animals on transit which merely pass through the limits of the .....

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Sep 13 1988 (HC)

Land Acquisition Officer, Ganjam Vs. Ch. Parsuram and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Sep-13-1988

Reported in : AIR1990Ori13

..... of large tracts of land as in this case. they are situated either in revenue village goilundi or the adjacent revenue village ankoli which is within berhampur municipality. some of the lands acquired under the award were by the side of the national highway. in this ease, however, the acquired land is about ..... determining the compensation for large tract of property.'similar is the principle in the decisions reported in air 1977 sc 580 (smt. padma uppal v. state of punjab) and air 1977 sc 1560 (prithvi raj taneja (dead) by lrs. v. state of madhya pradesh).6. evidence of 10 to 13 and ..... ganjam) was referred to. in that case, a. 1.18 decimals of land in village ankoli were acquired as per notification under section 4(1) of the act dt. 10-10-1974.this court determined the compensation at rs. 1,20,000/- per acre. thus, it is seen that between 1968 and 1974 compulsory ..... objected to the measurement of the area acquired as well as demanded compensation at higher rate of market value, for which reference under section 18 of the act was made to the court. trial court held the area acquired to be 2 acres 0 1/2 decimals and determined the market value at rs. ..... objection.2. notification under sections 4(1) and 17(4) of the act were published on 12-4-1972 for compulsory acquisition of 20 acres 0 1/2 decimals of homestead land of the respondents in revenue village goilundi within berhampur municipality for construction of office building and staff quarters for the deputy director of agriculture .....

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May 04 1988 (HC)

Jayaram Panda Vs. D.V. Raiyani and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : May-04-1988

Reported in : AIR1989Ori109; 66(1988)CLT155; (1990)IILLJ186Ori

..... . the first ground on which the high court interfered with the order of the punishing authorities is therefore wholly unsustainable.' in the case of s. partap singh v. state of punjab, air 1964 sc 72, in the context of challenge to the initiation of a departmental proceeding for the charges which would constitute a criminal offence to be violative of article ..... 1984 sc 626 : (1984 lab ic 179). in that case, the question that arose for consideration was whether the municipal commissioner being the competent authority to suspend the employee pending departmental inquiry under section 59(3) of the city of nagpur corporation act (2 of 1950), the high court was justified in quashing the order of suspension on the ground that only ..... charges and the disciplinary authority did not violate any rule of law in the departmental proceeding when he chose to ignore the finding of the criminal court and decided to act on the evidence led before him. in fact, the observations of the supreme court incorpn. of the city of nagpur case air 1984 sc 626 : (1984 lab ic 179) on ..... . on 8-5-1982, the regional manager of thebank served notice on the petitioner 10 snow cause as to why disciplinary action shouldnot be taken against the petitioner for the acts of gross misconduct committed by the petitioner while he was working as a cashier at berhampur branch. the said notice that was served on the petitioner has been annexed as .....

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