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Apr 25 2012 (HC)

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

Court : Chennai

..... 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 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, 2010 ..... is filed by rasipuram cooperative urban bank limited. the other four writ petitions were filed by ..... not a public authority as defined under section 2(h) of the rti act.common order1. the only question arises in these five writ petitions is whether a cooperative society registered under the tamil nadu cooperative societies act, 1983 is a public authority within a meaning of section 2(h) of the right to information act, 2005 (for short rti act)?2. the first writ petition in w.p.no.9763 of 2008 .....

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Jan 29 2013 (HC)

M.Arumugam Vs. State of Tamil Nadu

Court : Chennai

..... 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, 1989 and the administrator appointed under section 33 to admit any ..... v. karvenagar sahakari griha rachana sanstha maryadit) and (2005) 5 scc 63.(zoroastrian co-operative housing society ltd. v. district registrar, co-operative (urban) and others). on a question as to whether, through an amendment to the tamil nadu co-operative societies act, a member could be thrust on to the society contrary to the byelaws, came up for consideration ..... , i.e., air 197.sc 96.(damyanti naranga v. union of india) to (2005) 5 scc 63.(zoroastrian co-operative housing society ltd. v. district registrar, co-operative (urban) and others), as well as the cases relating to the special officer admitting members, are concerned with situations brought out by the admission of members who are ..... ) and air 197.scc 96.(damyanti naranga v. union of india), 2006 (1) ctc 1 (k.nithyanandam v. state of tamil nadu), particularly paragraph no.29 and (2005) 5 scc 63.(zoroastrian co-operative housing society ltd. v. district registrar, co-operative (urban) and others).58. referring to the decision reported in air 198.bombay 392 ( .....

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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 eligible members and to amend ..... the said act .....

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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

..... 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 ..... tamil nadu co-operative societies (appointment of special officers) act, 1976 however says:except as otherwise provided in section 4, the provisions of the co-operative societies act and the rules madethere under shall apply in relation to a special officer appointed under sub-sec(1) of that section as they apply in relation to a special officer appointed under sub-section (1) of section 72 of the co-operative societies act. 42. section ll9-a, as amended ..... by act 39 of 1971 in the tamil nadu co-operative societies act, 1961, gives us an idea of the power of the registrar to .....

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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

..... ) 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 in 1995?(iv ..... 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 ..... nullified merely because the elected bodies were superceded and the special officers appointed in their place. the circular issued by the registrar of cooperative societies ignoring the settlement was held to be incompetent and without jurisdiction. the settlement was relating to wage structure entered into under sections 12(3) and 18(1) of industrial disputes act and all the formalities regarding such settlement as per the .....

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Jul 28 2004 (SC)

A. Umarani Vs. Registrar, Cooperative Societies and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2005(1)ALD33(SC); JT2004(6)SC110; (2004)IIILLJ780SC; (2005)1MLJ6(SC); 2004(6)SCALE350; (2004)7SCC112

..... ) whether the cooperative societies are covered by the provisions of tamil nadu industrial establishment (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 regularizing 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 in 1995?(iv ..... (1) of rule 149 of the tamil nadu cooperative societies rules, as amended by goms no. 212, cooperation, food and consumer protection department, dated 4.7.1995;(iii) in societies, where the cadre strength has not been fixed, direct them to adopt the special bye- law in conformity with sub-rule (1) of rule 149 of the tamil nadu cooperative societies rules, as amended by goms no. 212, cooperation, food and consumer protection department ..... ]1scr972 ).40. it is equally well-settled that those who come by backdoor should go through that door. (see state of u.p. and ors. v. u.p. state law officers association & ors., : [1994]1scr348 ).41. regularisation furthermore cannot give permanence to an employee whose services are ad-hoc in nature. 42. the question came up for consideration before this court .....

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Jan 04 2017 (HC)

B. Janakiram and Others Vs. The State of Tamilnadu, rep. by its Secret ...

Court : Chennai

..... business, volume of transaction and financial position, adopt, with the prior approval of the government, a special ..... powers conferred by section 180 of the tamil nadu co-operative societies act, 1983 [tamil nadu act 30 of 1983], government have issued g.o.ms.no.212, cooperation, food and consumer protection department dated 04.07.1995, amending rule 149, as hereunder: "rule 149.- conditions of service of paid officers and servants of societies.- (1) every society shall, taking into account its nature of ..... a necessary qualification for specific categories of non-technical posts. ... " 11. as far as section 73 of the tamil nadu co-operative societies act, 1983 is concerned, the said provision empowers the registered society to make appointment of paid officers and servants as are necessary for the efficient performance of sections 74, 75, 76 and 77 and subject to ..... an appellate court to correct all manner of errors committed by the subordinate court." (ii) in yet another decision in rajindersingh v. lt. governor reported in 2005 (13) scc 289, at paragraph nos.15 and 16, the hon'ble supreme court held that law is well settled that the power of judicial review .....

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Jan 04 2013 (HC)

Tamilnadu Primary Agricultural Coop Bank All Employeesunion Vs. Secret ...

Court : Chennai

..... recruitment of paid officers and servants and amendments to rules 150 and 151 of the tamil nadu cooperative societies rules, 1988 were also issued by the state government by g.o.ms.no.25, cooperation food and consumer protection department, dated 17.02.2011. the said rules which are issued by virtue of power conferred under section 180 of the tamil nadu cooperative societies act, 1983 was published ..... common cadre of service has been constituted under section 75 of the said act, which shall consists of the following members, namely:- (i) the registrar of co-operative societies, chennai, who shall be its chairman; (ii) the managing director or the special officer, as the case may be, of the tamil nadu state apex co-operative bank, chennai, who shall be its member ..... secretary; (iii) the managing director or the special officer, as the case may be, of the tamil nadu co-operative union limited member; (iv) ..... appointed for filling up promotion post and vacancies created on such promotion should be immediately filled up and till such time vacancies are filled up, persons who are promoted shall continue to work in the post of salesman.7. therefore, on the strength of the circular, it is now contended that every co-operative society is having its own special .....

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Nov 14 2002 (HC)

P. Paulpandian Vs. the Registrar of Co-operative Societies and the Spe ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : 2003(1)CTC586; (2003)ILLJ1018Mad

..... tamil nadu cooperative societies rules, the respective deputy registrars of cooperative societies having jurisdiction over the cooperative societies in their divisions, shall enquire, by issuing notice to the entire staff recruited from 9.7.1980 to 11.3.2001, and decide as to whether the said recruitment is in conformity with the special bye-laws approved by the registrar of cooperative societies and terminate the services of such staff members, whose appointments ..... to adopt the special bye-law in conformity with sub-rule (1) of rule 149 of the tamil nadu cooperative societies rules, as amended by g.o.ms. no. 212, cooperation, food and consumer protection department, dated 4.7.1995;iv. direct the registrar of co-operative societies to issue a circular within a week from today calling upon all the cooperative societies in the state of tamil nadu to comply with ..... is not in dispute that the second respondent/society is registered under the provisions of the tamil nadu co-operative societies act, 1983. rule 149 of the tamil nadu co-operative societies rules, 1988 enables every co-operative society to frame special bye-laws with the approval of the registrar of co-operative societies, prescribing the conditions of service of paid officers and servants of societies on the following matters:i. cadre strength .....

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Aug 30 2016 (HC)

S. Nagasubramanian Vs. The Joint Registrar, Co-operative Societies, Ma ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... that the petitioners are neither officers of the concerned co-operative societies nor their posts come under the definition of the word, ''officer'', as defined under section 2(19) of the tamil nadu co-operative societies act, 1983, therefore, they are entitled to continue in service upto the age of 60 years. 5. referring to 97th amendment to article 226 of the ..... the constitution of india, if not already there. therefore, we have to see whether the act, rules or bye-laws contain any provision for democratic functioning. 15. the cooperative societies having been conferred a constitutional status by the ninety seventh amendment, the whole concept of cooperatives has undergone a major change. in 1993, the local self-governments, viz., panchayats and ..... in the scales which are applicable to them prior to coming into force of the special rules.'' 19. although the petitioners are correct in contending that rule 149(3) of the tamil nadu co-operative societies rules, 1988, says that in the matter of appointment and retirement of the co-operative employees, the rules applicable to the government servant shall ..... status, it should rise to constitutional aspirations as a democratic institution. it is, therefore, necessary to extract the relevant portion thereof as under:- ''...... once the cooperative society is conferred a constitutional status, it should rise to the constitutional aspirations as a democratic institution. so, it is for the respective legislative bodies to ensure that there .....

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