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Jun 23 2006 (HC)

Sudarsha Avasthi Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jun-23-2006

Reported in : 2007(1)AWC736

..... action done by the shopkeepers or dealer or motor vehicle dealers in violation of rules or government notification or present judgment may call for rejection of their registration certificate with the sale tax department as well as other governmental bodies.(8) the state government is further directed to provide ..... authority, shall forward the certificate of registration to that authority which may cancel the registration.13. section 55 of the act deals with the procedure for cancellation of registration of a vehicle in certain circumstances.for convenience section 55 is reproduced as under:55. cancellation of registration.-(1) if ..... para 18, that the legislature is incapable of contemplating all the possible circumstances which may arise in future litigation and consequently for providing the procedure for them'. sometimes when a difficult situation arises it may demand such directions being made as would pragmatically meet the needs of the situation ..... impression that a section of society is exempted from following the law.30. hon'ble supreme court in a case in people's union for civil liberties v. union of india and anr. : (2005)2scc436 , held that the citizens of this country are at central stage and state is ..... ii) in other case, on or before 1.7.2002.(3) the registration mark shall be exhibited in two lines, the state code and registering authority code forming the first line and the rest forming the second line, one below the other:provided that the registration mark in the front .....

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Sep 18 2006 (HC)

Rizwan Akhtar Vs. Shrawan Kumar Bhatia and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-18-2006

Reported in : 2007(2)AWC1409

..... proceed for allotment as the landlord disentitled himself to seek release. in that case also fresh mandamus was directed to all concerned authorities prescribing certain procedure to follow while declaring vacancy and allotment, as such the ratio laid down in the case of jagdish (supra) does not help the petitioner ..... matter of release of the accommodation declared to be vacant is concerned becomes pending when the revision authority entertains the revision against the order rejecting the application for release and in this matter the prospective allottee cannot be deemed to be entitled to have any right of being heard ..... also allowed by the rent control and eviction officer by order dated 27.12.2005. the writ petition challenging the order of vacancy was rejected by this court holding that there was no illegality in declaring vacancy as the petitioner was in occupation of the structure without any allotment ..... matter of release contemplated under the aforesaid the circumstances, therefore, it is obvious that the mere fact that subsequent to the rejection of an application for release the rent control and eviction officer passed an order of allotment in favour of a prospective allottee such an ..... allegation that the landlords wanted to throw him out without following the process of law. the suit is said to be still pending before the civil judge (junior division), kanpur nagar.6. it is alleged that because of the suit the landlords got an application filed through sri d.n .....

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Jul 07 2006 (HC)

Anil Kumar Gupta Son of Late Sri Om Prakash Gupta Vs. the Oriental Ins ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Jul-07-2006

Reported in : [2006(111)FLR237]

..... 1996-97 and also further to award seniority and consequential benefits from the said date.2. civil misc. writ petition no. 6201 of 2003 has been filed by the petitioner for quashing the communications dated 24.11.2003 and 03.12.2003 rejecting the candidature of petitioner for the post of assistant accounts officer (a) and further for providing ..... has contended that when he was denied promotion under physically handicapped category , he filed claim before the chief commissioner for persons with disabilities. petitioner has contended that thereafter procedural formalities were undertaken by the chief commissioner and final judgment was delivered on 25.09.2002 and directives for providing promotion to the petitioner was passed. petitioner has contended ..... up by promotion was confined to only group d and group c posts. petitioner is placing heavy reliance on office memorandum dated 16.01.1998, which provides for procedure to be followed for promotion. in the said office memorandum it has been provided that the existing policy of reservation for scs/sts including for the physically handicapped ..... petitioner had applied for consideration of his candidature, both for departmental category (paragraph 30) and for competitive category (paragraph 31). petitioner's candidature under paragraph 30 has been rejected, by mentioning that as per information of regional office, as no court judgment has been enclosed, as such petitioner is being treated ineligible for promotion. petitioner was promoted as .....

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Mar 06 2006 (TRI)

Kamta Nath Pandey and anr. Vs. Allahabad Bank

Court : DRAT Allahabad

Decided on : Mar-06-2006

Reported in : I(2007)BC1

..... a later year and date. be that it may, the appellants were pressing through their advocate for supply of statement of accounts and the said petition was rejected only when the appellants' counsel filed a petition for dismissal of the claim case for non-supply of the proper statement of accounts, but there was also ..... and faith on their advocate. it further appears that the copy of judgment had also not been sent to the appellants as required under the d.r.t. procedure rules.4. appeal no. r-311/03 has been filed by the same appellants against the order dated 13th may, 2003 passed in m.a. no. ..... a petition on the next dale i.e. 2nd august, 2002 that the statement of accounts as being annexed to the plaint were supplied to the appellants' counsel only on 31st july, 2002 and as such adjournment was sought for two weeks to file written statement but that was ..... pendency of the proceeding before the d.r.t., allahabad after its transfer from the d.r.t., jabalpur. the case was originally filed before the civil court by the bank for recovery of rs. 57,49,864.15 together with contracted rate of interest for pendente lite and future along with cost and ..... the appellants had appeared before the tribunal at allahabad when the case was transferred from the d.r.t., jabalpur. the original suit was filed before the civil judge. mirzapur by the respondent bank claiming rs. 1,29,13,369.64 together with interest at the contracted rate pendente lite and future and also with .....

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Sep 26 2006 (HC)

Mahavir Sahkari Awas Samiti Ltd. through It's Secretary, Sunil Khatri ...

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Sep-26-2006

Reported in : 2007(2)AWC1162

..... opinion as regards the public purpose as also suitability thereof must be preceded by application of mind as regards consideration of relevant factors and rejection of irrelevant ones. the state in its decision-making process must not commit any misdirection in law. it is also not in dispute that ..... of judicial review can be exercised by the court in the event the order impugned suffers from well-known principles viz. illegality, irrationality and procedural impropriety. moreover, when a statutory authority exercises such enormous power it must be done in a fair and reasonable is trite that ..... of limitation cannot be extended then such a conclusion as suggested by the learned advocate general cannot be drawn and the argument deserves to be rejected. even otherwise, what is impermissible directly cannot be permitted indirectly. no estoppel can be pleaded against law. in view of this, we are ..... 1998. there has been hostile discrimination as in some similar cases, lands have been exempted, while objections of some of the petitioners have been rejected. no opportunity of effective hearing was afforded to the petitioners as required in law.5. in view of the above, it was contended ..... being aggrieved, the kanpur development authority, kanpur (hereinafter called the 'authority') challenged the said judgment and order before the hon'ble apex court in civil appeal nos. 5517 - 5521 of 1999, and 3442-3446 of 2000. the hon'ble apex court decided the said appeals vide judgment and order .....

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