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Feb 19 1971 (HC)

Raj Krishen JaIn Vs. Master Hoshair Singh

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-19-1971

Reported in : AIR1971Delhi213; 7(1971)DLT287

..... act, the landlord gave another notice to quit to the tenant on 25-10-1967 (rw. 12/1) as follows:-'under instructions from my client shri raj krishen jain son of shri. rangi lal jain of 1 daryagunj, i writ to you as under:- that you have been occupying a portion of premises bearing municipal ..... pun lr 1005 : air 1964 p&h; 408 the principle of constructive rest judicata was by falshaw, c.j. and mehar singh, j. of the punjab high court.9. was the first notice dated 9-10-1964 waived by the landlord firstly by accepting the arrears of rent and secondly by giving the second ..... premises occupied'. it described the tenant as a 'monthly tenant' it was thereforee, argued for the tenant under section 116 of the transfer of property act it had the effect of the assets of the landlord to the continuance of the tenant in possession. the supreme court however, negatived the argument in the ..... 'monthly tenant' but, that is not indicative of conduct justifying an inference that a fresh contractual in the meaning of the west bengal premises rent control act, 1950 the appellant was a 'tenant' and by calling the appellant a tenant the respondents did not evince an intention to treat him as a contractual ..... occupation did not confer any rights upon the appellant and was not required to be determined by a notice prescribed by section 106 of the transfer of property act.'13. the contrary decisions in manicklal dey chaudhuri v. kadambini dassi air 1926 cal 763, s. hari singh v. narain das air 1945 lah 175, .....

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Mar 03 1971 (HC)

Sri Murugan theatre, Madurai Vs. the Commissioner of Land Revenue, Set ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Mar-03-1971

Reported in : AIR1972Mad30

..... adjacent village, panchayat or town or in the city of madras. 'local area' for this purpose means the area within the jurisdiction of a municipal council or a panchayat board or a revenue village."here the finding is that the proposed touring cinema is beyond the distance of 1,609 ..... counsel cited the following decisions in support of his contention: state of orissa v. madangopal, ; calcutta gas co. ltd. v. state of west bengal,; state of punjab v. suraj prakash kapur,; devasahaym v. state of madras, 1958-1 mad lj 38, (58) = ilr (1958) mad 158 = (air 1958 mad 53) ..... 918/1 of andipatti village, within the limits of ethosakoil panchayat. this application was made under the provisions of the madras cinemas (regulation) act 1955, (madras act 9 of 1955). the appellant made his representations before the collector objecting to the grant of the certificate. the collector refused the certificate. an ..... above decision will apply to an existing cinema operator, who objects to the grant of a no-objection certificate under the madras cinemas (regulation) act 1955; he has a legally enforceable personal right. it may be added that muthukaruppasami moopanar himself impleaded murugan theatre as a respondent in the ..... appeal was preferred by muthukaruppasami moopanar to the board as provided under the act and the rules. the appeal was allowed and the board granted a no-objection certificate. against that w.p. no. 3915 of 1970 was .....

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Jul 21 1971 (HC)

Mudiam Oil Co. and ors. Vs. Income-tax Officer and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-21-1971

Reported in : [1973]92ITR519(AP)

..... not deductible in certain circumstances.--(1) the provisions of this section shall have effect notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in any other provision of this act relating to the computation of income under the head ' profits and gains of business or profession'...... (3) where the assessee incurs any expenditure in respect ..... legal rights of the petitioners. the restriction imposed is only in regard to payments which exceed rs. 2,500. neither the impugned provisions of the act nor the rules made thereunder are ultra vires.4. we may now read the relevant provisions which have come in for challgenge:'40a. expenses or payments ..... the unit trust of india act, 1963 (52 of 1963) ; (x) the madras industrial investment corporation ltd., madras; (xi) the andhra pradesh industrial development corporation ltd., hyderabad; (xii) the kerala state industrial development corporation ltd., trivandrum; '(xiii) the state industrial and investment corporation of maharashtra ltd., bombay; (xiv) the punjab state industrial development corporation ltd ..... ., chandigarh; (xv) the national industrial development corporation ltd., new delhi; (xvi) the mysore state industrial investment and development corporation ltd., bangalore ; (xvii) the haryana state industrial development corporation ltd., chandigarh; (xviii) any state financial corporation established under section 3 of the state financial corporations act, 1951 (63 .....

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Nov 16 1971 (HC)

Mrs. Freny Rashid Chenai Vs. Assistant Controller of Estate Duty

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-16-1971

Reported in : [1973]90ITR31(AP)

..... v. income-tax officer, 'a' ward, ambala cantt., [1959] 36 i.t.r. 492 (punj.), grover j. (as he then was) of the punjab high court quoted with approval the decisions of the bombay high court in arvind n. mafatlal v. income-tax officer, [1957] 32 i.t.r. 350 (bom ..... accord with the facts. while a mistake is generally regarded as a mental condition, state of mind or belief, it is also defined as an act which would not have been done, or an omission which would not have occurred but for ignorance, forgetfulness, inadvertance, mental 'incompetence, surprise, misplaced ..... ascertain whether an error has been committed.'35. the court further observed that :' the jurisdiction of the income-tax officer under section 35 of the act is only to rectify a mistake which is ' apparent from the record ' and is not restricted to rectification of mistakes which are clearly clerical ..... validity of that notice, on the following grounds :1. the notice issued by the assistant controller of estate duty under section 61 of the act for rectification of the alleged mistake is withoutjurisdiction; 2. the enhanced compensation which became payable to the legal heirs of the deceased was not ..... for the synthetic drugs project by the andhra pradesh government by notifications dated june 19, 1961, and january 18, 1962, issued under the land acquisition act. awards fixing compensation for those lands were made by the special deputy collector on march 31, 1963. compensation was received by rashid shapoor chenai during .....

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Jan 12 1971 (HC)

Parkash Kaur and ors. Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-12-1971

Reported in : AIR1971Delhi224; ILR1972Delhi303

..... court in asa ram and others v. central government, holding section 20a of the act ultra-vires. mr. r.l. tandon, leanred counsel ..... order of the central government dated 12th november 1957 that action be taken in respect of the property under section 20a of the compensation act were invalid since no opportunity was given to the petitioner before passing this order. it was also held that the notification of the central ..... schedule and directs that action may be taken in regard to the said property under section 20a of the displaced persons (compensation & rehabilitation) act, 1954 by the person authorised in this behalf.'(3) inspire of this order neither the central government nor any of its officers took action ..... of the compensation act, which is in similar terms as section 20a of the compensation act, and has been declared ultravires by the supreme court in lachhman dass and others etc. v. municipal committes jalalabad and others etc. : [1969]3scr645 reliance is also placed on a judgment of the punjab & haryana high ..... for the appellants, contends that there is a material difference between the provisions of section 20a and section 20b of the compensation act and .....

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Jan 29 1971 (HC)

P.L. Bhardwaj Vs. State Bank of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-29-1971

Reported in : ILR1971Delhi236

..... that his employment had never been validly terminated. after referring to barbar v. manchaster hospital board, (1958) 1, all. e.r. 322 and francis v. municipal councillors etc. (1962) 3, all. e.r. 633 of the report, vaidialingam, j. speaking for the court said : 'the law relating to master and ..... on basheshar nath v. commissioner of income-tax, delhi and rajasthan : [1959]35itr190(sc) and d.c. golak nath and others v. state of punjab and another : [1967]2scr762 . before considering whether there could be a contract to waive the fundamental right, it would be appropriate to see whether art ..... of india. but thereafter it was decided that its management may be carried on through a society to be formed under the societies registration act, 1860, and this was accordingly done. the memorandum of association and the rules and regulations of the society were approved by the government before ..... degrees on its students was the right derived by the jamia millia from a notification issued by the government under the university grants .commission act, though jamia millia had existed before the notification as a privately formed institution. from the moment the power to confer degrees was given to ..... here, the question arose in relation to the institution, jamia millia islamia, an educational institution, deemed to be a university under the university grants commission act, 1956. the court said: 'to sum up, a body of persons may become public authority either because in its inception it is created by .....

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Jan 18 1971 (HC)

Mahant Indresh Charan Das Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jan-18-1971

Reported in : [1971]81ITR435(All)

..... of garhwal, endowed the temple with three villages and his successor added another four. upon the death of guru ram rai, the endowed property was managed by his mother, mata punjab kaur. har prasad was elected as the next mahant. the third mahant was har sewak and during his regime the seven villages were treated as mafee land. the memoirs further ..... statistical memoirs of 1874 specifically mention that the mahant is elected by the sikh chiefs in panchayat from among the chelas of the last guru. the district gazetteers published in 1911 also testify to the selection of the mahant from among the disciples of the last deceased mahant through the elective process. selection of the mahant by election bears close resemblance ..... property belonged to the institution and the mahant was merely its administrator. it was also claimed that from the time of its inception the institution had been carrying on various acts of charity and performing the several religious functions recognised by the udasi sect. it was running educational institutions, providing free medical relief to the needy, running a kitchen (sadabrat), providing ..... return of his total agricultural income for the year 1355 fasli. the assessee replied that the agricultural income of the darbar was exempt from tax under section 8 of the act. the contention found favour with the assessing authority and the proceedings were dropped. assessment proceedings pending for the years 1356, 1361, 1362 and 1363 f. were similarly closed. the .....

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Jun 01 1971 (HC)

Smt. Rajkumari Soni Vs. State of Himachal Pradesh

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-01-1971

Reported in : AIR1972HP1

..... eviction as trespassers and to claim damages from them. even the occupants could not be proceeded against, under section 13 (2) of the east punjab urban rent restriction act, 1949, without proof of all essentials of an agreement constituting a lease. the applicant-landlady had however, by omitting the actual occupants from the array ..... his subordinates.17. the learned counsel for the respondents has also placed reliance on air 1962 sc 554. dr. h. s. rikhy v. new delhi municipal committee and this case has already been referred to by the appellate authority in its order whereby the order of the rent controller was set aside. it ..... of rent or fees in a public market, cart-stand or slaughter-house or of rents for shops has been farmed out or leased by a municipal, town or notified area committee.' from a bare reading of the definition of the word 'tenant' it would appear that any person by whom or ..... lease in dispute. relying on k. p. chowdhry v. state of madhya pradesh air 1967 sc 203 and dr. h.s. rikhy v. new delhi municipal committee, air 1962 sc 554, he held that there was no contract between the appellant and the respondents transferring the lease rights in favour of the appellant ..... application for eviction of the union of india and the himachal pradesh administration, a revision was filed under section 15 (5) of the east punjab urban rent restriction act by the landlady. before the learned judge in revision it was contended that it was not necessary that in every case there should be .....

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Nov 23 1971 (HC)

Smt. Tarubala Saha Vs. Nath Bank Ltd. (In Liquidation) and anr.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Nov-23-1971

Reported in : [1972]42CompCas588(Cal),76CWN99

..... a case of the patna high court and a case of the nagpur high court. the patna case is the case of mt. bas kuar v. gaya municipality, a.i.r. 1939 pat. 138.. the patna high court has held that a purchaser of the property from a claimant after an order has been ..... claim proceedings under order 21, rule 58, and, therefore, a notice under section 80 is not necessary for a suit under order 21, rule 63, the punjab high court reached the same conclusion in ram sundri v. collector, ludhiana, a.i.r. 1959 punj. 413. the supreme court had to consider this question ..... that the differences between the words used in the plaint in the case before it and the words used in the relevant article of the court-fees act, was merely verbal. in the plaint, the plaintiff had 'categorically asked from the court the several decrees which she had asked from the subordinate judge, ..... liquidator and the receiver do not stand on the same footing. this court is of the view that owing to the express provisions made in the companies act, 1956, including the provisions contained in section 446, there cannot be any question of exercising any inherent power or jurisdiction by court and the principle of ..... petitioner filed a suit under order 21, rule 63. the suit was instituted without obtaining leave of court as contemplated by section 171 of the indian companies act, 1913. the first subordinate judge by his aforesaid order has directed the petitioner to obtain the leave by february 27, 1971, and has stayed all proceedings .....

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Sep 16 1971 (HC)

Alak Prokash JaIn Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Sep-16-1971

Reported in : [1973]43CompCas68(Cal)

..... come to a decision ignoring the delegation altogether in favour of the board. mr. deb sought support for this contention, firstly, on the decision of the supreme court in bombay municipal corporation v. dhondu narayan chowdhary, : [1965]2scr929 in that case the statute had authorised delegation of the functions of the commissioner subject to the commissioner's control and subject ..... of discrimination or lack of classification among different classes or groups of persons likely to be affected by a statute. in that case the question was whether the punjab forward contract tax act, 1951, was ultra vires the powers conferred upon the state legislature. this decision was relied on for the proposition that in a writ petition a declaration may ..... itself the power to decide the question involved in the reference one way or the other. reliance was next placed on another decision of the supreme court in state of punjab v. hari kishan sharma, : [1966]2scr982 . in that case the supreme court considered the question whether the state government could deal with the applications for licence without having ..... appellant that the powers have been conferred upon the central government which arediscriminatory in nature, because in selecting persons against whom proceedings are to be taken, the central government might act arbitrarily, and pick and choose between one person and another at its sweet will cannot be accepted. circumstances which call for action, and conditions which are required to be .....

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