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Jan 13 1966 (HC)

The Municipal Committee and ors. Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-13-1966

Reported in : AIR1967P& H430

..... to perform and has persistently made default in the performance of duties imposed on it by or under the punjab municipal act, 1911--now, therefore, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 238 of the aforesaid act, the governor of punjab hereby directs that the said municipal committee of kharar in the ambala district shall be superseded with immediate effect and directs that all powers and ..... , kharar * * * is incompetent to perform and has persistently made defaults in the performance of duties imposed on it by or under the punjab municipal act 1911.' i am wholly unable to accede to this contention. the reasons required as a condition precedent by section 238 to be stated in a valid notification superseding a committee, in ..... given in the government notification dated 19th june, 1965. it was specifically mentioned in the said notification that the municipal committee, kharar was incompetent to perform and had persistently made default in the performance of duties imposed on it by or under the punjab municipal act, 1911,' 16. in the writ petition originally filed in this court on june 22, 1965 the minister, for local ..... bodies and the irrigation minister of the punjab government had been impleaded as respondents nos. 2 and 3. at the time of admitting the .....

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Oct 25 1966 (HC)

K.R. Erry and anr. Vs. State of Punjab Through Chief Secretary to Govt ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-25-1966

Reported in : AIR1967P& H279; (1969)ILLJ679P& H

..... case of ram dial air 1965 sc 1518 by pointing out that there indiscrimination is writ large on the face of the statute, when sections 16 and 14 of the punjab municipalities act of 1911 are properly scrutinised.18. in support of the validity of rule 6.4, shri pannu has relied on a decision of the supreme court in the high court calcutta ..... 1949, after having been given chance as an officiating executive engineer, he was reverted to the position of sub-divisional officer as he was declared unsuitable for promotion by the punjab public service commission. in 1958 he was again superseded by five of his juniors, and he also attracted adverse comments from the public accounts committee for financial irregularities. his service ..... leave salary. the outstanding amounts should also be clearly and completely noted in the last pay certificates in sufficient detail with reference to the previous correspondence with the accountant general, punjab, and if the recovery is to be effected from pension, it should be clearly recorded on the last pay certificate itself that the request or express consent of the ..... from service on reaching the age of superannuation. shortly after retirement, he was appointed by the government as a professor and head of the department of civil engineering in the punjab engineering college, chandigarh which post was held by him for about 16 months. during the five years immediately preceding his retirement from service, the petitioner earned about four promotions described .....

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Mar 24 1966 (HC)

Khan Chand Mool Chand Vs. State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-24-1966

Reported in : AIR1967P& H225

..... to the judgment of their lordships of the section c. in' ram dial v. state of punjab, (1965) 67 pun lr 835: (air 1965 sc 1518), wherein it was held that section 14(e) of the punjab municipal act in so far as it confers power on the state government to require a seat of a member ..... the course of his judgment in that case as follows --'it seems to me, however, that even in case of punjab acts the words 'necessary or expedient' are not the same as for a public purpose, and are capable of wider application, and it is also to be borne ..... writ petitions (nos. 26 of 1965, 627 of 1965, 628 of 1965 and 629 of 1965) the constitutionality of the east punjab moveable property (requisitioning) act xv of 1.947 (hereinafter called the act) and particularly the vires of sections 2 and 4 thereof is impugned.2. it is stated that in september or october, 1964 ..... the executive.24. no other argument was advanced before us in this case.25. for the foregoing reasons, it is held that the east punjab moveable property (requisitioning) act xv of 1947 became void on january 26, 1950, by operation of article 13(1) of the constitution as the main and basic sections of ..... of a division bench of this court weston c. j., and falshaw j. in shyam krishen v. state of punjab, air 1952 punj 70. in that case the vires of punjab requisitioning of immovable property (temporary powers) act (xvii of 1947) had been questioned. falshaw j. (as my lord the chief justice then was) observed in .....

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Feb 01 1966 (HC)

United Taxi Operators Co-operative (Urban) Thrift and Credit Society L ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-01-1966

Reported in : AIR1967P& H82

..... the petitioners, namely, that the underground filling station with no structure over the ground is not a building as defined in sub-section (3) of section 2 of the delhi municipal corporation act, 1957, and, therefore, they have no authority to interfere with the said structure, raised a point of importance, on which there was no direct authority and, therefore, should ..... petitioners, should estop the respondent from demolishing the structure. in my opinion, no question of estoppel arises in the circumstances of this case for two reasons: (1) the respondent municipal corporation of delhi is a statutory body and obliged to conform to the regulations in giving or withholding sanctions and mere supply of electricity cannot amount to according sanction for ..... respondent have been visiting the site and threatening the demolition of the installations on the ground that the same had been built in contravention of the building laws of the municipal corporation of delhi, and that despite representations by the esso the respondent has ordered dismantling of the petrol pump.2. the matter came up for hearing before shamsher bahadur ..... -operative society of taxi operators, and the second petitioner is the secretary of the said society. they have filed this writ petition praying for a direction to the respondent, municipal corporation of delhi, restraining them from dismantling the petrol pump located at e.2/1, east patel nagar, new delhi, or from discontinuing the electric connection installed at the .....

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Mar 14 1966 (HC)

Devinder Kumar Vs. Smt. Chatro Devi

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-14-1966

Reported in : AIR1966P& H502

..... in i my opinion, be interfered with in second appeal.8. i may observe that mr. chadha cited two authorities lakmidas khushal v. bhaiji khushal (1911) ilr 35 bom 317, and buckingham v. daily news, ltd., 1956-2 all e.r. 904, in support of his contention that a judgment is ..... actually disturbed when compensation for such disturbance might be recovered under this chapter:(b) if the disturbance is only threatened or intended when the act threatened or intended must necessarily, if performed, disturb the easement.'as observed on page 701 of basu's law of injunctions, second edition, sections ..... of the plaintiff, though it is not injurious to his health.''35. injunction to restrain disturbance. -- subject to the provisions of the specific relief act, 1877, sections 52 to 57 (both inclusive), an injunction may be granted to restrain the disturbance of an easement--(a) if the easement is ..... easement or of any right accessory thereto; provided that the disturbance has actually caused substantial damage to the plaintiff.explanation i.--the doing of any act likely to injure the plaintiff by affecting the evidence of the the easement, or by materially diminishing the value of the dominant heritage, is ..... respect of that window by the compromise decree dated 5th january, 1937. reference in this connection has been made to section 28 of the easements act and clause (b) contained therein. relevant part of section 28 reads as under:'with respect to the extent of easements and the mode of .....

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Jan 04 1966 (HC)

Smt. Parvati Devi Vs. Tibbia College Board and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-04-1966

Reported in : AIR1967P& H425

..... tenant could not stay in the way of blocking the improvement scheme or development scheme made by the government or the delhi development authority or the municipal corporation of delhi.7. the learned counsel for the appellant pointed out that section 19, as originally enacted, had been amended by section 10 ..... landlord requires the premises in order to carry out any building work at the instance of the government or the delhi development authority or the municipal corporation of delhi in pursuance of any improvement scheme or development scheme and that such building work cannot be carried out without the premises being ..... or dealt with the premises in a manner contrary to any condition imposed on the landlord by the government or the delhi development authority or the municipal corporation of delhi while giving him a lease of the land on which the premises are situate. sub-section (11) of section 14 provides ..... petition) for eviction of the petitioner-appellant that application (copy annexure r-1) was under sections 14 and 22 of the delhi rent control act, 1958 (act no. 59 of 1958) there is no dispute about the facts, which as found by the learned single judge, are as follows: parvati ..... this court in vishendas v. administrator for the union territory of delhi, air 1963 punjab 492 this was in fact a writ petition by the landlord against the rejection of his application under section 19 of the act by the competent authority, whose order had been maintained in appeal also under section .....

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Apr 15 1966 (HC)

Rameshwar Dass Radhey Lal Vs. the State

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-15-1966

Reported in : AIR1967P& H132; 1967CriLJ513

..... him. he urged that the complaint is bad as exhibit p. h., copy of the resolution, authorising shri ganga ram, asstt. municipal prosecutor, to file a complaint under the act has not been properly proved. he states that if the resolution p. h. is found to be proved, the requirements of section ..... at the time of obtaining the sample on 12th december 1962.2. in exercise of the powers of the municipal corporation delegated to him under section 20 of the act shri ganga ram, municipal prosecutor, filed a complaint dated 18-2-1968 against the petitioner. in the said complaint it was specifically noted ..... the petitioner prayed for investigation being made into his complaint as the petitioner was a poor man. the original complaint bears the seal of the municipal corporation of delhi and the initials of the receiving official along with date. it is a matter of regret that the corporation authorities did not ..... immediately after the raid the petitioner sent the written complaint (exhibit d. w 1/c dated 12-12-1962 to the health officer of the municipal corporation which was admittedly received by the office of the corporation on 15th december, 1962. in that application the petitioner had stated that two specimen ..... to be associated for the purposes of satisfying the requirements of section 10(7) of the act. the criticism of mr. bipon behari lal advocate against ram niwas being a stock witness of the municipality for prevention of food adulteration cases may or may not be correct. of course the witness .....

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Mar 16 1966 (HC)

Gulzari Lal Vs. Dewan Chand

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-16-1966

Reported in : AIR1967P& H21

..... rights of ownership being acquired by the plaintiff.5. that on account of a notification under section 3 of the east punjab rent restriction act, the protection of that act would not be available to the tenant in this case till execution of a sale-deed of the property in favour ..... it to the transferee. it was submitted that during the course of the judgment, the learned judges had observed that letting was a positive act and mere acquiescence or acceptance of the existing state of affairs did not in law amount to letting. in the present case, the respondent ..... the transfer of rights of ownership could be called 'lawful letting' for the purpose of deciding whether the protection afforded by the delhi rent control act, 59 of 1958, extended to the property in spite of its being still property belonging to the government. the division bench (dua and ..... in this submission. the managing officer has all the powers of managing the property in the compensation pool under section 17 of the compensation act. moreover the letter of attornment issued by the managing officer has been held to authorise the intended transferee to file a suit for ejectment ..... building including some shops on its ground floor bearing municipal nos. 2228-30 in katra baggian, amritsar, was evacuee property and subsequently vested in the central government in pursuance of a notification issued under section 12 of the displaced persons (compensation and rehabilitation) act, 44 of 1954. dewan chand, defendant-respondent .....

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May 26 1966 (HC)

Swami Jai Ram Chela Sarju Das Vs. Hari Singh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-26-1966

Reported in : AIR1967P& H159

..... a village near delhi in 1941. it could not even be properly called a suburb of delhi at that time. now it is a part of the municipal corporation of delhi and enjoys a coveted position in south delhi. but howsoever unfortunate it may be for the landlord he is bound by the terms of the ..... to the landlord. for the , reasons given by me in connection with the argument of the learned counsel based on section 107 of the transfer of property act there is no force in this argument.17. no other point was argued before me in this case by the counsel for the parties. in the circumstances explained ..... to operate in perpetuity no question of invoking the provisions of section 107 by the landlord or of claiming protection of section 53a of the transfer of property act by the tenant can arise. i have already held above that the lease deed exhibit p. 1 is intended to operate in perpetuity, i need not deal ..... v. nayan rajah bhuiya, (1912) 13 ind gas 912 (cal.), that the stipulation for renewal was not in contravention of the terms of the bengal tenancy act and that the tenant could not eject the sub-tenant without giving him an option to take a fresh lease at a fair rent.10. regarding the observations of ..... definite plea in that respect and that the lease having been for a fixed period automatically came to an end under section 111a of the transfer of property act by efflux of time. on a construction and interpretation of the various clauses in the lease deed the learned senior sub judge has held that in the .....

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Oct 18 1966 (HC)

D.L.F. Housing and Construction (P) Ltd. Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-18-1966

Reported in : AIR1967P& H325

..... that that claim has somewhat influenced my decision in arriving at the rate which should be allowed. it is not disputed that the land in question has been within the municipal limits since 1954 and it is also borne out by the evidence of shri ganesh duttaray kadu (a. w. 1) and shri ram saran kumar (a. w. 5). it has ..... . the other two regular first appeals we cross-appeals by the union of india.2. on 3rd september, 1957, there was a notification under section 4 of the land acquisition act, 1894, issued by the chief commissioner, delhi, notifying a total area of 407.86 acres of land for acquisition for the execution of the interim general plan for the greater .....

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