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Jun 17 1999 (FN)

Nasa Vs. Flra

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-17-1999

..... litigants cannot bind us to an erroneous interpretation of federal legislation, see roberts v. galen of va., inc., 525 u. s. 249 , 253 (1999), we have ignored neither the actual rationale of the authority's decision in this case nor nasa's and nasa-oig's arguments before this court. focusing on its plain reasoning, we cannot fairly read the authority .....

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Jun 11 1999 (HC)

Mir Sabir Ali Vs. Commissioner of Police, Hyderabad

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-11-1999

Reported in : 1999(5)ALD123; 1999(4)ALT32

..... , tarachand khatri v. municipal corporation of delhi, : (1977)illj331sc and raipur development authority v. m/s. chokhamal contractors, air 1990 sc 1426, the hon'ble supreme court pointed out the rationale behind the compelling an authority to record the reasons thus:'an important consideration which has weighed with the court for holding that an administrative authority exercising quasi-judicial functions must .....

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Jun 10 1999 (FN)

Chicago Vs. Morales

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : Jun-10-1999

..... not just in its particular application to the party in suit. to tell the truth, it is highly questionable whether federal courts have any business making such a declaration. the rationale for our power to review federal legislation for constitutionality, expressed in marbury v. madison, 1 cranch 137 (1803), was that we had to do so in order to decide the ..... case before us. but that rationale only extends so far as to require us to determine that the statute is unconstitutional as applied to this party, in the circumstances of this case. 75 that limitation was .....

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Jun 09 1999 (HC)

R. Balaji Singh Vs. Hindustan Machine Tools Limited, Watch Factory I a ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jun-09-1999

Reported in : ILR1999KAR3725; 2000(1)KarLJ447

..... the service in search of greener pastures, i.e., those who resign to better their employment prospects or for other personal reasons. the distinction made is reasonable. it has a rationale nexus to the object sought to be achieved, that is to reward and benefit those who are loyal to the employer and strive for the betterment of the company. on .....

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Jun 08 1999 (HC)

Micro Labs Ltd., Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Income-tax (Assessment) an ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jun-08-1999

Reported in : (2001)166CTR(Kar)148; [2001]247ITR333(KAR); [2001]247ITR333(Karn); [2001]115TAXMAN27(Kar)

..... that section 64(2)(ii) seeks to discriminate against persons who have been searched, by differentiating them from persons who have not been searched and such differentiation has neither any rationale, nor any nexus to the object sought to be achieved, which is to mobilise resources and channelise funds into priority sectors of the economy and to afford an opportunity to ..... madras v. p. r. sriramulu, air 1996 sc 676, a large discretion in the legislature is recognised by courts in making such laws. it cannot be said that there isno rationale in differentiating between persons who have been searched on the basis of some information regarding concealment of income and persons who have not been searched. to find out whether the .....

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Jun 07 1999 (HC)

Hydel Construction Ltd. Vs. H.P. State Electricity Board

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-07-1999

Reported in : AIR2000HP19

..... outside the award or outside whatever may be said about it in the award. the ambiguity of the award can, in such cases, be resolved by admitting extrinsic evidence. the rationale of this rule is that the nature of the dispute is something which has to be determined outside and independent of what appears in the award. such jurisdictional error needs .....

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May 21 1999 (HC)

Chajju Vs. Union of India

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-21-1999

Reported in : 1999IVAD(Delhi)985; 80(1999)DLT129; 1999(50)DRJ398

..... , and we are entitled to assume that it was also upheld on the question of the correctness of the deduction made. 37. we are also of the view that the rationale for awarding compensation for land acquired in village matiala at the same rate as in village palam should also form the basis for making a deduction of 1/3rd from .....

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May 17 1999 (FN)

Saenz Vs. Roe

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-17-1999

..... their original domicile. ibid. but this "you can't take it with you" distinction is more apparent than real, and offers little guidance to lower courts who must apply this rationale in the future. welfare payments are a form of insurance, giving impoverished individuals and their families the means to meet the demands of daily life while they receive the necessary ..... bear any relationship to the state's interest in making an equitable allocation of the funds to be distributed among its needy citizens. as in shapiro, we reject any contributory rationale for the denial of benefits to new residents: "but we need not rest on the particular facts of these cases. appellants' reasoning would logically permit the state to bar new .....

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May 17 1999 (FN)

Florida Vs. White

Court : US Supreme Court

Decided on : May-17-1999

..... for road safety makes acceptable such unchecked and potentially permanent seizures of automobiles under the state's criminal laws. and, as the florida supreme court cogently explained, an exigent circumstance rationale is not available when the seizure is based upon a belief that the automobile may have been used at some time in the past to assist in illegal activity and .....

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May 13 1999 (SC)

A.K. Singh and ors. Vs. Uttarakhand Jan Morcha and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-13-1999

Reported in : AIR1999SC2193; 1999CriLJ3500; JT1999(4)SC414; 1999(3)SCALE550; (1999)4SCC476; [1999]3SCR624; 1999(2)LC962(SC)

..... were given to the victims of molestation, rs. fifty thousand each for 398 persons who were detained by the police.12. all the learned counsel made scathing attack on the rationale of the high court in fixing up such huge sum as compensation at a premature stage. they contended that the high court while imposing such heavy liability on the state .....

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