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Sep 09 2016 (HC)

Poompuhar Shipping Corporation Ltd., Tuticorin, through its Managing D ...

Court : Chennai

..... excluded in a situation where it is not possible to calculate the same, as was stated in the judgment in the daily pratap case, supra. in fact, that was the rationale for non exclusion and not any other aspect. the constitution bench judgment was explained to imply that there should be genuine production bonus scheme. the production bonus scheme referred to ..... by all concerns or may not be earned by all employees of a concern is excluded for the purpose of contribution. 28. we are, thus, not able to accept the rationale for permitting the orders passed by the provident fund commissioner and the learned single judge that a beneficial construction should be based on the statute; or that the said incentive .....

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Jul 24 2015 (HC)

1)r.Lakshmi Vs. 1)the District Collector,

Court : Chennai

..... ) 17 scc448 the supreme court considered the question of extension of limitation, in matters pertaining to land acquisition proceedings. the apex court explained the meaning of the word ?.limitation?. scope rationale and the object in the enactments. while explaining limitation and exercise of power of condonation by courts, at paragraph 14, the supreme court held as follows:- 14. it is true ..... .?. (vi)again, while referring to statutes of limitation, the supreme court described them as statutes of peace. paragraphs 27 to 29 would be relevant for the purpose of understanding the rationale behind fixing time limit, under the statutes and also as to how the courts have to exercise their jurisdiction of condonation of delay. though the apex court referred to statutory .....

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Jan 02 1996 (HC)

Annamalai Cotton Mills (P) Ltd. Vs. the Chairman, Tamilnadu Electricit ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1996Mad364

..... a deterant on the consumer in discharging their obligation towards the board. therefore, the formulae contained in paragraph 9.02 and 9.03 is not arbitrary and in fact only rationale. 24. the petitioner filed a reply affidavit denying the allegations and averments contained in the counter and additional counter-affidavits. he has also filed an additional affidavit stating that the ..... having the supply of further energy until he is cleared of the charge. the formulae contained in paragraph 9.02 and 9.03 is not arbitrary and in fact very rationale, 23. as far as appendix vi and vii prescribing the form of the show cause notice is concerned, it is to be understood in the context of the offence. appendix .....

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Apr 19 1971 (HC)

Pichaimuthu Vs. Winner Knitting Co.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 1972CriLJ91

..... though the complainant was awarded compensation, it is a salutary practice to do so because the crown might not choose to oppose the appeal.10. after considering and weighing the rationale found in these decisions. i am of the view that failure to give notice to the complainant is certainly not an illegality and therefore the proceedings resulting in the acquittal ..... case and, therefore, the appellant, offices of the public prosecutor, who appeared in the appeal as the opposite party (sic).3. the learned counsel for the appellant relied on the rationale found in the authorities for the position advanced before this court. the ruling in in re venkatavarada ayyangar v. vengaiservai 1938 mad wn 729 refers to the case of the .....

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Jun 25 1993 (HC)

P.K. Azeez Vaidyar and ors. Vs. the Commissioner, Coonoor Municipality ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1994)1MLJ432

..... the above view, i have no hesitation in interfering with the proceedings of the council and to direct the respondents to redetermine the rate of fee keeping in view the rationale and after affording an opportunity of being heard to the petitioners so as to comply with the requirements of the principles of natural justice. in the result, the writ petitions ..... for the municipality in fixing rates for stall-holders to have a definite and clear basis for the determination and fixation of the fee meaning there should always be a rationale behind the fixation of the fee otherwise it will be arbitrary and discriminatory. it is possible to take into account the location of the stall and the size and look .....

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Mar 25 1998 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. L.K.S. Ganee

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [2000]244ITR130(Mad)

..... notice of the peculiar features obtaining in the business of sale of lottery tickets. mrs. chitra venkataraman, learned counsel appearing for the revenue, could mount a frontal attack on such rationale having been seized by the tribunal in rejecting the reference application. what she would say is that the tribunal went wrong' in taking judicial notice of the peculiar features obtaining ..... . in such a situation, there is no other go for us except to dispose of the matter on its merits, after hearing the arguments of mrs. chitra venkataraman.3. the rationale for the rejection of the reference application is traceable to the relevant portions of paragraphs 3 and 4 of the order of the tribunal, which run as under :'3. the .....

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Dec 10 1991 (HC)

M. Arumugam Vs. Joint Secretary to Government of India and anr.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 1992(40)ECC206

..... becomes the detaining authority and thereby constitutionally obligated to consider the representation made by the detenu with utmost expedition. 22. we shall now see whether there is any logic or rationale behind the contention that since d.n. capoor had made the order of detention, the detenu was entitled, as of right to make a representation to the very same officer ..... in these cases would have equal application to cases of the nature we have on hand. 24. leaving aside for a moment the absence of any basis in law or rationale for the contention that if an order of detention is made by the specially empowered officer of the government,, the detenu acquires a right to have his representation considered in .....

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Jul 19 1973 (HC)

N Sundaramony Vs. the State Bank of India, Kuzhuthurai Branch, Represe ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1974)1MLJ358

..... petitioner must have been paid retrenchment compensation before the self-operating order resulted in the termination of the services of the petitioner on 18th november, 1972. he relied on the rationale found in the decision in state of bombay v. hospital mazdoor sabka : (1960)illj251sc . he further contended that the payment of retrenchment compensation is a condition precedent to the termination ..... 25-b and 25-f, i am unable to see any reason why the prayer should be held as not valid. the learned counsel for the petitioner relied on the rationale found in rex v. northumberland compensation appeal tribunal ex parte shaw (1952) 1 k.b. 338. wherein it has been held that an order for certiorari can be granted by .....

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Dec 04 2000 (HC)

Swaminathan C.S. and ors. Vs. Simpson and Co. Ltd. and anr.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [2001(88)FLR1037]; (2001)ILLJ141Mad; (2001)1MLJ288

..... , his salary exceeds the limit, given in that section yet, the bonus shall not be paid on the more salary but, shall be limited to rs. 750/-. that is the rationale of section 12 and that could be the only reasonable interpretation. in that sense, it can be said that section 12 is 'employer-friendly' so that whatever may be salary ..... bonus and (ii) payment of settled bonus or agreed bonus become identical cases at least in so far as section 22 of the payment of bonus act is concerned. the rationale is clear to see that this is a case where the employer agrees to pay bonus at a particular percentage and the employees have no grudge about either the payment .....

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Apr 23 1998 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Gannon Dunkerley and Co. Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : [2000]244ITR832(Mad)

..... of this court in the unreported decision referred to above (since reported in : [2000]243itr646(mad) , answered the common question in the affirmative and against the revenue. the reasoning or rationale as adopted by the said learned judges of the division bench in the unreported t.c. numbers as stated above (since reported in : [2000]243itr646(mad) , will also hold good ..... and there is no need at all for us to reproduce such rationale or reasoning here.14. following the decision of a division bench of this court in the unreported decision (since reported in cit v. gannon dunkerley and co. p. ltd. : [2000 .....

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