Skip to content


Judgment Search Results Home > Cases Phrase: punjab municipal act 1911 Court: orissa Year: 2007 Page 1 of about 4 results (0.064 seconds)

Apr 12 2007 (HC)

Union of India (Uoi), Represented Through the General Manager, Central ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Apr-12-2007

Reported in : 103(2007)CLT710

..... (sc). the hon'ble court referring to the decision of the constitution bench consisting of nine judges in sea customs act air 1963 (sc) 1760 and a later constitution bench judgment in the case of new delhi municipal committee v. state of punjab : air1997sc2847 upheld the view that the sale of goods by customs authority is liable to sales tax and such authorities ..... areas and not directly on the property or the goods itself.the judgment in in re, sea customs act (1878), section 20(2) (supra) was affirmed by another 9-judge constitution bench of the supreme court in new delhi municipal committee v. state of punjab, etc. etc. : air1997sc2847 . the decision referred to by the learned counsel for the railway in union of india ..... would be a dealer under the bengal finance (sales tax) act. coming to such conclusion, the hon'ble supreme court have referred with approval ..... v. ranchi municipal corporation, ranchi (1996) 7 scc 542, holding that the demand of service charges made by the municipality from the union of india was ultra vires of the power of the municipality as the railway was protected under section 184 of the railways act .....

Tag this Judgment!

Jul 12 2007 (HC)

Faridabad Gurgaon Minerals Vs. Orissa Mining Corporation Ltd.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Jul-12-2007

Reported in : AIR2007Ori179

..... principles in tata cellular, stated in paragraph 113 have been affirmed once again by the hon'ble supreme court in the case of monarch infrastructure (p ltd. v. commissioner, ulhasnagar municipal corporation reported in : air2000sc2272 of the report, the; apex court has held that the court cannot say whether certain tender conditions are better than what were prescribed earlier in such ..... roving enquiry in that regard. reference in this case may be made to the decision of the supreme court in the case of sukhurindar pal bipan kumar v. state of punjab reported in : [1982]2scr31 at page of the report.25. therefore, the question which re-mains is whether such a clause namely, clause 8(vii) in the instant case violates ..... the government must have a free hand in setting the terms of the tender. it must have a fair play in its joints as a necessary concomitant for administrative body acting in an administrative sphere. learned judges also said in such area, the government is entitled to 'pragmatic adjustments' which shall be called for by particular circumstances. the court cannot strike ..... , the petitioner has been singled out inasmuch as he is the only existing contractor in daitari mines and therefore by the impugned clause in the tender document, the authorities have acted in a clearly discriminatory manner by preventing him from participating in the tender. learned counsel wanted to assert that this discrimination on a single agency is per se violative of .....

Tag this Judgment!

Aug 31 2007 (HC)

Paradip Port Trust Vs. General Secretary, Utkal Port and Dock Workers ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : Aug-31-2007

Reported in : 104(2007)CLT763; (2008)ILLJ452Ori

..... the appellant was rendered in the case of pushkar nath nehru and ors. v. administrator, municipality, srinagar and anr. reported in : air1987sc1311 . in that case the supreme court was considering the judgment of the learned single judge of the high ..... award passed by the industrial tribunal which has been affirmed by the learned judge of the writ court. so the decision in the case of punjab water supply & sewerage board is not applicable to the facts of the case.13. next decision which was cited by the learned counsel for ..... article 226 is not the same as that of adjudicatory authority which is vested in a tribunal on a reference under section 10 of the act. the court can in exercise of its certiorari jurisdiction only examine whether the award of the tribunal suffers from any jurisdictional error or has ..... considered in umadevi is not at all relevant here. in the instant case, the admitted factual position is that on a reference under industrial disputes act by the central government, the industrial tribunal, after considering the facts of the case and the materials on record, gave an award in favour of ..... in : (2001)iillj1087sc . that was a case, which discussed the consequences of a notification under section 10 of the contract labour (regulation and abolition) act, 1970. the learned judges held that as a result of such a notification prohibiting employment of contract labour in a government company, the contract labour who .....

Tag this Judgment!

May 03 2007 (HC)

Managing Director, Woodburn Developers and Builders Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Smt. ...

Court : Orissa

Decided on : May-03-2007

Reported in : 2007CriLJ3699

..... mohapatra v. saroj kumar choudhary (1993) 6 ocr 242 : 1993 cri lj 1751 as well as the case of mangu rao etc. v. municipal corporation of delhi air 1975 sc 105. in view of the above noted principles the observation of the learned appellate court that in appropriate cases delay ..... order of acquittal and this provision being in the nature of special law, the general provisions of section 5 of the limitation act would not apply. in the case of state of punjab v. sarwan singh (supra) interpreting the provisions of section 468 (2)(c) and 469(1)(b) of the cr. ..... cited the cases in collector of central excise, ahmedabad v. orient fabrics (p) ltd. : 2003ecr769(sc) ; kaushalya rani v. gopal singh : [1964]4scr982 ; state of punjab v. sarwari singh, 1981 scc (cri) 625; dharanidhara patra v. state 1994 (2) olr 139; sil import, usa v. exim aides silk exporters, bangalore : 1999crilj2276 and ..... construed and a penal statute must receive strict construction and consequently held that confiscation proceedings and the penalty imposed by the authority under the central excise act and rules was without the authority of law. in the case of kaushalya rani v. gopal singh air 2004 sc 956 (supra) while ..... the legality of the impugned order solely on the ground that the complaint was barred by limitation. according to him, section 142 of the act as it stood before the amendment never contemplated any provision empowering the magistrate to condone the delay and take cognizance of complaint filed beyond the .....

Tag this Judgment!


Save Judgments// Add Notes // Store Search Result sets // Organizer Client Files //