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Apr 25 2012 (HC)

The Rasipuram Cooperative Urban Bank Ltd. Vs. the Deputy Registrar of ...

Court : Chennai

..... tamil nadu in the sixty-first year of the republic of india as follows:1. (1) this act may be called the tamil nadu co-operative societies (appointment of special officers) second amendment act ..... of directors and taking orders only from the authority of the state government appointed to the department of cooperation functioning under the control of the registrar of cooperative societies. the latest bill replacing the previous appointment of special officers may be usefully reproduced, which reads as follows : a bill further to amend the tamil nadu co-operative societies(appointment of special officers) act, 1976.be it enacted by the legislative assembly of the state of ..... of the state appointed special officers. therefore, it cannot be said that societies are not controlled by the state government and were immune from the provisions of the rti act. hence this court is not able to agree with the reasonings found in the judgments of the karnataka and bombay high courts (cited supra). on the other hand, the peculiar features of the tamil nadu cooperative societies act, 1983 set out .....

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Jul 03 1991 (HC)

A. Natarajan and ors. Vs. the Registrar of Co-operative Societies and ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1992)1MLJ63

..... look to the provisions of the tamil nadu co-operative societies (appointment of special officers) act, 1976, it is clear that the state government appointed 'the day on which the managing body/board of the society constituted in accordance with the provisions of the tamil nadu cooperative societies act, 1961 and the rules framed there under stood superseded, followed by the appointment of the special officer by the state government. on his appointment, the special officer was placed under the control ..... of the registrar of the co-operative societies ..... and to such directions of the registrar, which he issued from time to time. the special officer's appointment, no doubt, gave him powers .....

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Jan 22 1992 (HC)

Philip Jeyasingh Vs. the Joint Registrar of Co-operative Societies and ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1992)2MLJ309

..... judgment of the full bench is per incuriam as it has not expressly referred to the provisions of the tamil nadu co-operative societies (appointment of special officers) act, 1976 (act xxv of 1976), whereunder the boards of management of co-operative societies were superceded and special officers were appointed by the government to manage the societies. the argument is fallacious. in paragraph 11 of its judgment, the full bench referred expressly to the reliance ..... act cannot be held to the law or to have the force of law. this also supports the view that a co-operative society is not a statutory functionary. the fact that whenever the governing body is superseded and in its place a special officer or other government official is appointed to administer the ..... article 12'. hence no writ will lie against a co-operative society governed by the kerala co-operative societies act.24. the issue can be looked from another angle. the supreme court in co-operative central bank ltd. v. additional industrial tribunal, andhra pradesh, hyderabad : (1969)iillj698sc , has held that the bye-laws of a cooperative society framed in pursuance of the provisions of the .....

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Mar 10 2000 (HC)

K. Radhakrishnan Vs. the Additional Registrar (Marketing, Planning and ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 2000(2)CTC147; (2000)IIMLJ7

..... the seniority list and rejected the request of the petitioner, against which he preferred a revision petition under section 153 (1) of the tamil nadu cooperative societies act. 1983 and rule 169 of the tamil nadu cooperative societies rules, 1988 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act' and 'the rules' respectively). by the impugned order, the first respondent has passed the following order:-'under section .153 of the ..... revision petition is not maintainable, hence he has filed the present writ petition.3. the first respondent has not chosen to file counter affidavit.4. the 2nd respondent-special officer has filed a counter affidavit highlighting their defence and the merits of the claim of the petitioner.5. heard the learned counsel for the petitioner as well as ..... results were announced in february, 1980. though he passed in february, 1980, he was appointed as junior assistant (clerical cadre) only with effect from 1.1.1981. in the meantime one a. rathinam was appointed as attender in october, 1976. the second respondent appointed the said rathinam in the post of junior assistant which was sanctioned by the registrar in ..... relation to the petitioner on the basis of the appointment as junior assistants, the respondent placed him (petitioner) below the said rathinam .....

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Aug 14 1987 (HC)

The Central Co-operative Bank Ltd., Rep. by (Board of Management) Spec ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1988)1MLJ210

..... civil right. however, i would refer to the contention of learned counsel for the respondent that the special officer of the appellant-bank having been appointed under section 4 of the tamil nadu co-operative societies (appointment of special officers) act, 1976 (act 25 of 1976) is a statutory authority. under section 4(2) of the act, the special officer shall, subject to the control of the registrar and to such directions as he may, from ..... to the decision of balasubrahmanyan, j. in madurai dt. co-op. supply and marketing society ltd. a. no. 1437, by its special officer v. sankaranara-yanan and ors. : (1982)1mlj140 . in that case, the learned judge upheld the decision of the court below that the suit against the cooperative society challenging the order of dismissal from service was maintainable. the learned judge observed in paragraph ..... not reinstatement in service. however, in that case, his lordship has held that the suit was maintainable.24. to a similar effect is the decision of maheswaran, j. in musiri cooperative land development bank ltd. v. ranganathan etc. 97 l.w. 548, which has also been relied upon by the learned counsel for the respondent. in that case, his lordship held .....

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Aug 23 2013 (HC)

M.Rajamanickam Vs. State of Tamil Nadu

Court : Chennai

..... submitted that surcharge proceedings were initiated under section 87 of the tamil nadu cooperative societies act for the alleged loss caused to the department due to his negligence and therefore, simultaneous disciplinary proceedings cannot be continued.9. on the other hand, the learned special government pleader has submitted that even if the petitioner was appointed as a special officer, the petitioner was under the control of the department and ..... different from the surcharge proceedings. the surcharge proceeding is taken under the tamil nadu cooperative societies act for the loss caused to the society due to the negligence of the petitioner. the same cannot preclude the department from taking disciplinary action for the misconduct committed by the petitioner during his service.12. the learned special government pleader has also submitted that the petitioner is also facing criminal ..... criminal case for his commission/omission and also take departmental action under the service rules. likewise, the employee shall also face the other consequences, such as surcharge proceedings under the tamil nadu cooperative societies act. just because the petitioner is facing surcharge proceedings, the same cannot preclude the department from taking departmental action and both are operating in different fields.19. for all the aforesaid .....

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Jun 05 2012 (HC)

The Management of Athoor Pudhupettai. Vs. P.Krishnan and anr

Court : Chennai

..... and another reported in 2003 writ l.r. 371 for contending that the secretary of the cooperative society held to be not a workman as he is an officer within section 2(19) of the tamilnadu cooperative societies act, 1983. though the said judgment arose under the tamil nadu payment of subsistence allowance act, 1981, the definition of the term employee is parimateria of the definition of the term ..... case of his non availability, to the special officer. he has no power ..... of taking disciplinary action. he was only shown as an employee of the bank in the payment register. he can only spend upto re.1/- for expenditure. there was no requirement of either the president or the special officer to act as per the ..... and the proceedings of the special officer.5. the labour court however went into question that he cannot appoint staff to the society. he cannot evaluate the work of the staff and he cannot decide the duties and responsibilities of the staff. he cannot provide promotion to the staff. all powers are only available to the elected president of the cooperative bank or in the .....

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Jan 29 2013 (HC)

M.Arumugam Vs. State of Tamil Nadu

Court : Chennai

..... , 1989 and the administrator appointed under section 33 to admit any individual eligible for ..... admission as a member of the society. the validity of the said provision came up for ..... office of the special officer was extended from time to time. as of today, in the place of the board/governing body, we have only special officers managing the affairs of the society. in this background, section 89a was inserted by the tamil nadu cooperative societies (amendment) act of 2001 (tamil nadu act 12 of 2001), effective from 12th june 2001. through this provision, powers were conferred on the special officer appointed under section 88 of the tamil nadu cooperative societies act .....

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Oct 24 2002 (HC)

L. Justine and anr. Vs. the Registrar of Coop. Societies and Two ors.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2003)ILLJ284Mad; 2002(4)CTC385

..... and comes within the ambit of t.n. act of 1981.(h) in p. arumugam v. special officer, t.n. cooperative societies and ors., 1997 (1) s.l.r. 498, the case involved promoting the third respondent to the post of secretary and consequently reverting the petitioner as an assistant, even though rule 149 (2) (a) of the tamil nadu cooperative societies rules, 1988, was pleaded to be null ..... in 1995?(iv) in the alternative, are the illegal appointees entitled for statutory protection of regularisation and permanent status by virtue of section 3 of the permanency act subject to their completion of 480 man ..... maintainable?(ii) whether the cooperative societies are covered by the provisions of tamil nadu industrial establishments (conferment of permanent status to workmen) act, 1981 as also the industrial disputes act, 1947?(iii) whether g.o. ms. no. 86, dated 12.3.2001 aims at regularising all the staff appointed to cooperative societies regardless of any defect or any violation of the rule 149 of the tamil nadu cooperative societies rules, 1988, as amended .....

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Dec 20 2005 (HC)

K. Nithiyanantham Vs. State of Tamil Nadu Rep. by Its Secretary to Gov ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 2006(1)CTC1; [2007(1)JCR423(Mad)]; (2006)1MLJ1

..... the tamil nadu cooperative societies act, 1983 has given powers to the special officers to exercise all or any of the functions of the board or any officer of the society to take such as may be required in the interests of the society. similar power is given to the administrators under section 33(12) of the act. this department proposes to specifically clarify that the special officers and administrators appointed under the tamil nadu cooperative societies act, 1983 tamil nadu act ..... 30 of 1983) should also exercise the functions of the board under clause (i) of sub-section (2) of section 21 to admit any individual eligible for admission as a member of the society in accordance with the provisions of section ..... 21 , in order to conduct fair elections to the cooperative societies after admission of .....

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