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Apr 23 2019 (HC)

Gillette India Ltd. Vs.commissioner of Customs & Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... the provincial insolvency act, 1920.11. it is submitted on behalf of the... respondents that if one goes ..... 12 of the central excise act, 1944 and the corresponding cbec notification no.68/63/63-c and circular no.5/89-ce dated 19th january, 1989; section 16 of the land acquisition act, 1894, section 71-f of the karnataka forest act, 1963, section 193 (2) of the punjab municipal act, 1911 and section 28(2) of ..... in the state, the state is free to deal with it in any which way it liked. in dayawanti punj v. new delhi municipal committee (1982) 2 scc164it was explained that the expression vest? is in a sense synonymous with the word title?. the word vest? came up for ..... interpretation in howrah municipal corporation v. ganges rope co. ltd. (2004) 1 scc663wherein it was observed that the word vest? is normally used where an immediate fixed right ..... and penalty within the time stipulated in the order of confiscation of imported goods passed under section 125 read with section 126 of the customs act, 1962 ( act), and which order has attained finality, but makes such payment belatedly but prior to the date of auction, can the central government retain the .....

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Jan 22 2019 (SC)

New Delhi Municipal Council Vs. Association of Concerned Citizens of N ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... which was constituted in the year 1916 but came into effect in the year 1925 when this delhi municipal committee was upgraded to the level of a second class municipality to be governed under the punjab municipal act, 1911 (hereinafter referred to as pma ). section 188 of the pma conferred power on the committee to make ..... bye-laws, inter alia, for carrying out the purposes of the pma. in 1932, the imperial (new) delhi municipal committee was renamed as new delhi municipal committee (ndmc ..... in this regard, reference may also be had to the definition of annual value in section 3(1) (b) of the punjab municipal act which provides that annual value shall mean the gross annual rent which a house or building may reasonably be expected to let from ..... may reasonably be expected to let from month to month or from year to year less certain deductions. .. ..now section 82(2) of the municipalities act, as stated before, makes provision for the fixation of annual value according to the rent at which lands and buildings may reasonably be expected to ..... annual rent at which the land or building might reasonably be expected to let from year to year . in a similar provision under the calcutta municipal act, 1923 as section 63(1) and held as under:"we shall first look at the provisions of the section to ascertain the meaning: the .....

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Nov 30 2018 (HC)

Delhi Development Authority vs.engineering & Industrial Corporation Pv ...

Court : Delhi

..... the cantonments act, 1924 or areas held and occupied for public purpose or a work of public utility and declared as such by the ..... chief commissioner or acquired under the land acquisition act, 1894 or any other enactment other than this act relating to acquisition of land for a ..... section 1 of the delhi land reforms act, 1954 which provides for the said act to extend to the whole of the union territory of delhi but not to the areas which are or may before the 1st day of november, 1956 be included in a municipality or a notified area under the provisions of the punjab municipality act, 1911 or a cantonment under the provisions of ..... public purpose .10. the counsel for the respondent/plaintiff though states that the area has already been urbanised by notification under section 507 of the delhi municipal corporation act after november, 1956, but the said notification is not on record. he however states that since according to the appellant dda, the land was acquired under the land acquisition .....

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Aug 04 2018 (HC)

Federation of Okhla Industrial Association (Regd.) vs.lt Governor of D ...

Court : Delhi

..... than section 8, 28 and 29, in relation to- (a) the employment under the delhi municipal corporation, established by the delhi municipal corporation act, 1957 (66 of 1957) (b) the employment under the new delhi municipal committee, xx established under the punjab municipal act, 1911 (3 of 1911), as in force in the said union territory. [no.f.2/9/66-utl]. (emphasis supplied) ..... 3. at the outset, it may be noticed that both 1989 act and delhi municipal corporation act, 1957 are central acts enacted by the parliament. similarly, the metro railways (construction of works) act, 1978 and the delhi metro railway (operation and maintenance) act, 2002 (hereinafter referred to as the 1978 act and 2002 act respectively, the parliament, for short) have been enacted by xxx ..... . a question as to whether dmrc was liable to pay property tax and other taxes under the delhi municipal corporation act, 1957 has been answered in the judgment of this court reported at 2008 (103) drj369delhi metro rail corporation limited. v. municipal corporation of delhi & ors. in this case, the delhi metro rail corporation (dmrc) had disputed liability ..... the high courts of calcutta, madhya pradesh and andhra pradesh, we think the view taken by the high courts of punjab, kerala and bombay, is preferable. we the expression "independent persons" which is not defined in the act, is used in contradistinction to persons representing employers and persons representing employees. moreover, the advisory board does not itself .....

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Jul 11 2018 (HC)

Land & Development Office vs.lachami Narain Huf & Ors

Court : Delhi

..... , ram prakash?) to argue that the charges for unauthorised construction and misuser could not be raised after a lapse of 25 years. she also relied upon the provisions of the punjab municipal act, 1911 (hereinafter, punjab act?) to submit that if no demolition notice was issued, then it would be deemed to have been sanctioned. finally, she relied on the office order no.10/2009 dated ..... ?), wherein it was held: rfa6112015 page 16 of 32 4. the appellant corporation was established by the delhi municipal corporation act, 1957, which came into force on april 9, 1958. prior to this the punjab municipal act, 1911 hereinafter referred to as the punjab act was applicable. section 195 of the punjab act, in so far as it is relevant provided 195. should a building be begun, erected or re ..... haryana high court held as under: rfa6112015 page 22 of 32 9 no doubt, section 32 prescribes no time-limit, but section 49 of the same act, makes section 193 of the punjab municipal act, in terms applicable. both these sections must be read together and when so read it clearly follows that the time-limit has been made applicable. that being the ..... it has continued, could have served the notice of demolition under the aforesaid section by or before june 30, 1958. 26. thus, prior to the dmc act, the municipal authority constituted under the punjab act was the local authority. the lease deed used the words local authority in clause 1(ii). the lease deed also provides that the lessee shall submit plans, sections, .....

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Mar 23 2018 (HC)

Mr. Ved Marwah vs.ndmc and Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... collection of municipal property taxes and reads as follows: 63. determination of rateable value of ..... . the new delhi municipal council (ndmc) is a statutory local/municipal body constituted under the act. as part of its functioning, it is entitled to assess and collect municipal property taxes in respect of each kind of property. the punjab municipal act, 1911 was the precursor to the act; section 416(1) of the act repealed that act (of 1911). section 63 of the act authorizes the assessment and ..... bhat % 1. in all these petitions, although several grounds are urged, the common reliefs claimed are the quashing of notices under section 72 of the new delhi municipal act, 1994 (hereafter the act ); the assessment orders made pursuant thereto and the demands made by the respondent (ndmc). the petitioners also challenge the validity of section 116(b) of the ..... alone onerous and oppressive but also unreasonable and arbitrary. therefore, in our view, sub-section (2) of section 17 of the act is unreasonable, arbitrary and violative of article 14 of the constitution. 16. in sunil rai v. municipal corporation of delhi & ors 48 (1992) dlt621(db) after the judgment in shyam kishore (supra) a division bench of .....

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Mar 23 2018 (HC)

Kailash Gahlot & Ors. Vs.election Commission of India & Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... expiry of the term of the earlier members. there were allegations against the earlier committee. referring to the statutory provision in the form of section 238 (1) of the punjab municipal act, 1911 and the contention that there could be emergent situations warranting swift action to avert disaster and, therefore, if natural justice was required to be met the very object of the ..... brinkmanship, especially where the pros and cons are evenly balanced, the ruling in kanta which binds us and the recondite possibility of conflict of duty and interest for a municipal president who is an insurance medical practitioner under an arrangement with government induce us to hold that though the line is fine, the appellant is not functioning under the ..... be sufficient. this would depend upon facts of each case and normally would be a matter of discretion. reference was also made to the state of assam versus the gauhati municipal board, gauhati, air1967sc1398and state bank of patiala versus mahendra kumar singhal, 1994 supp (2) scc463and f.n. roy versus collector of customs, calcutta, 1957 scr1151to the effect that ..... provision would be frustrated, it was observed that municipal committee consisting of both officials and non-officials would not normally face sudden and calamitous situation requiring action in minutes or seconds. further natural justice could be tailored to a .....

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Mar 23 2018 (HC)

Rajesh Rishi & Anr. Vs.election Commission of India & Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... expiry of the term of the earlier members. there were allegations against the earlier committee. referring to the statutory provision in the form of section 238 (1) of the punjab municipal act, 1911 and the contention that there could be emergent situations warranting swift action to avert disaster and, therefore, if natural justice was required to be met the very object of the ..... brinkmanship, especially where the pros and cons are evenly balanced, the ruling in kanta which binds us and the recondite possibility of conflict of duty and interest for a municipal president who is an insurance medical practitioner under an arrangement with government induce us to hold that though the line is fine, the appellant is not functioning under the ..... be sufficient. this would depend upon facts of each case and normally would be a matter of discretion. reference was also made to the state of assam versus the gauhati municipal board, gauhati, air1967sc1398and state bank of patiala versus mahendra kumar singhal, 1994 supp (2) scc463and f.n. roy versus collector of customs, calcutta, 1957 scr1151to the effect that ..... provision would be frustrated, it was observed that municipal committee consisting of both officials and non-officials would not normally face sudden and calamitous situation requiring action in minutes or seconds. further natural justice could be tailored to a .....

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Mar 23 2018 (HC)

Alka Lamba vs.union of India, Ministry of Law and Justice and Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... expiry of the term of the earlier members. there were allegations against the earlier committee. referring to the statutory provision in the form of section 238 (1) of the punjab municipal act, 1911 and the contention that there could be emergent situations warranting swift action to avert disaster and, therefore, if natural justice was required to be met the very object of the ..... brinkmanship, especially where the pros and cons are evenly balanced, the ruling in kanta which binds us and the recondite possibility of conflict of duty and interest for a municipal president who is an insurance medical practitioner under an arrangement with government induce us to hold that though the line is fine, the appellant is not functioning under the ..... be sufficient. this would depend upon facts of each case and normally would be a matter of discretion. reference was also made to the state of assam versus the gauhati municipal board, gauhati, air1967sc1398and state bank of patiala versus mahendra kumar singhal, 1994 supp (2) scc463and f.n. roy versus collector of customs, calcutta, 1957 scr1151to the effect that ..... provision would be frustrated, it was observed that municipal committee consisting of both officials and non-officials would not normally face sudden and calamitous situation requiring action in minutes or seconds. further natural justice could be tailored to a .....

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Mar 23 2018 (HC)

Naresh Yadav vs.union of India, Ministry of Law and Justice and Ors.

Court : Delhi

..... expiry of the term of the earlier members. there were allegations against the earlier committee. referring to the statutory provision in the form of section 238 (1) of the punjab municipal act, 1911 and the contention that there could be emergent situations warranting swift action to avert disaster and, therefore, if natural justice was required to be met the very object of the ..... brinkmanship, especially where the pros and cons are evenly balanced, the ruling in kanta which binds us and the recondite possibility of conflict of duty and interest for a municipal president who is an insurance medical practitioner under an arrangement with government induce us to hold that though the line is fine, the appellant is not functioning under the ..... be sufficient. this would depend upon facts of each case and normally would be a matter of discretion. reference was also made to the state of assam versus the gauhati municipal board, gauhati, air1967sc1398and state bank of patiala versus mahendra kumar singhal, 1994 supp (2) scc463and f.n. roy versus collector of customs, calcutta, 1957 scr1151to the effect that ..... provision would be frustrated, it was observed that municipal committee consisting of both officials and non-officials would not normally face sudden and calamitous situation requiring action in minutes or seconds. further natural justice could be tailored to a .....

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