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Oct 27 1976 (HC)

Raj Kumar Kotwaj Vs. Commissioner of Sales Tax.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-27-1976

Reported in : (1977)6CTR(All)45

..... to pass such order as it might think fit. the words "pass such order as it may think fit" also occur in section 115 of the code of civil procedure and in sections providing for revision under many enactments.21. in pattammal v. krishnaswami iyer a.i.r. 1928 mad. 794, it was held that when ..... proceedings as a whole.23. in k.p. subrahmanyam v. t.v. peddiraju a.i.r. 1971 a.p. 313, the subordinate judge had rejected the plaint in regard to some items in regard to which he was of the view that the suit was barred by time and permitted the plaintiff to proceed with ..... high court held that as the matter had been brought to its notice in proceedings under section 115, c. p. c, it could direct the rejection of the entire plaint and not merely in part as had been done by the court below.24. in ghanshyamdas v. sales tax officer a.i.r. 1964 m.p ..... . raj kumar kotwaj of sirsaganj, constituted an association of persons.12. elaborating his contention, shri gulati argued that the revisional authority had to accept or reject the contentions of the revision petitioner and could not go into questions not urged by the parties and to give findings thereon at variance with the findings ..... to show why these two firms should not be treated as constituting an association of persons. in other words, the contention of shri gulati was that the procedure adopted by the judge (revisions) was in violation of the principles of natural justice.17. on the other hand, the learned standing counsel maintained that once .....

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Oct 11 1976 (HC)

Hari Shankar JaIn and anr. Vs. Executive Engineer, Rural Electrificati ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Oct-11-1976

Reported in : (1977)IILLJ429All

..... and reasonable service conditions for workmen of other industrial establishments also. this was achieved by amending section 4 of the standing orders act as indicated above. the procedure prescribed by parliament for having certified standing orders was apparently aimed at to curb and control the plenitude of power of the employers which but for them could ..... the question of getting the regulations framed by the board under section 79(c) certified by the certifying officer under the standing orders act after going through the procedure prescribed thereunder would arise only if they deal with such matters which come under the schedule to the standing orders act. the necessity of getting the regulations ..... to learned counsel the regulations framed by the board have the force of law and became statutory terms and conditions of employment. it was further urged that the procedure of framing standing orders and getting them certified under the standing orders act was repugnant to the power of the board to frame regulations governing service conditions nnilaterally ..... the workmen employed therein are persona to whom the fundamental and supplementary rules, civil services (classification, control and appeal) rules, civil service (temporary service) rules, revised leave rules, civil service regulations, civilians in defence service. (classification, control and appeal). rules or the indian railway establishment code or any other rules or regulations that may be notified in this behalf by .....

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