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Jul 30 2007 (HC)

P. Subbulakshmi Vs. State of Tamil Nadu Rep. by Secretary to Governmen ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2007)6MLJ919

..... dated 14.07.2006, orders were issued for re-constitution of 561 special grade village panchayat as town panchayats; that in the tamil nadu municipal laws (amendment) ordinance (tamil nadu ordinance 4/2000) promulgated on 14.07.2006, later repealed by tamil nadu municipal laws (amendment act 2006) - tamil nadu act 18 of 2006, special provisions relating to village panchayats constituted as town panchayat (section 3cc) have ..... been inserted in the act; that by virtue of the said amendment, the ..... to in sub-section (1).11. the state government, in order to reconstitute the 561 special village panchayat, including courtlam special village panchayat as town panchayat under the tamil nadu municipalities act decided to amend the tamil nadu act 31 of 1994 by introducing special provisions namely section 3(cc) which is extracted above. entry 5 of list ii empowers the ..... office upto such date as the state government fix in this behalf under the tamil nadu panchayats act, 1994, hence, the contention of the petitioner that she is entitled to hold office for the full term of five years upto 29th june 2008 is untenable; that g.o. ms. no. 91 dated 11.09.2006 .....

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Apr 12 2016 (HC)

Nokia India Sales Private Limited rep. by its Authorized Signatory Vs. ...

Court : Chennai

..... disputes on facts. the only dispute is with regard to a pure and simple question of law relating to the interplay of sections 12, 15 and 28 of the tamil nadu special economic zones (special provisions) act, 2005 (hereinafter called the tnsez act, 2005) vis-a-vis section 12 of the tnvat act, 2006. 9. the case of the appellant in the writ petitions was that under section 12 ..... for the time being in force", as is used in section 28 of the tamil nadu sez act, 2005. tamil nadu vat act ..... 9(5) of the gujarat vat act, under amendment act 9 of 2008, in the light of the provisions of sections 21 and 22 of the gujarat sez act, 2004. section 22 of the gujarat sez act, which contained the clause relating to overriding effect, was anterior to the amendments introduced in 2008 to the gujarat vat act. section 22 of the gujarat sez act also used the very same phrase " ..... gujarat [2014 (71) vst 582], but placed reliance upon a decision of another learned judge of this court in tulsyan nec limited vs. assistant commissioner (w.p.no.21453 of 2008 dated 9.1.2015). therefore, the assessee has come up with the above appeals challenging the order of the learned judge. grounds of appeal 12. assailing the order of the .....

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Mar 05 2013 (HC)

1.Aruna Vs. 1.State of Tamil Nadu by Deputy Superintendent2.D.R.Rojava ...

Court : Chennai

..... with the other accused for the offence alleged to have been committed under section 5 of the tamil nadu protection of interest of depositors act, 1997 (herein after referred to as the act). according to the petitioners, a1 firm is the partnership firm not registered under the provisions of law and the petitioners were not at all the partners of the said unregistered partnership firm at ..... .no.2141/2012 in cc.no.40/2008 by the learned special judge under tnpid act, madurai is set aside. the petitioners herein are discharged from the criminal proceedings in cc.no.40/2008. no costs. consequently, the connected mp is closed. srcm to 1.the public prosecutor, madurai bench of madras high court, madurai 2.state of tamil nadu by inspector of police district crime ..... to a5 vs 1.state of tamil nadu by deputy superintendent of police, economic offences wing ii (financial institutions) madurai 2.d.r.rojavathi ... respondents prayer this criminal revision case is filed against the order dated 3.10.2012 made in cr.mp.no.2141/2012 in cc.no.40/2008 by the learned special judge under tnpid act, madurai. !for petitioner ... mr.m.rajaram ..... , ga-r1 :order this criminal revision case is filed against the order dated 3.10.2012 made in cr.mp.no.2141/2012 in cc.no.40/2008 by the learned special judge under tnpid act, madurai, dismissing the petition filed under section 227 of cr.pc, seeking to discharge the petitioners/a3 to a5 from the criminal proceedings in cc.no.40 .....

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Aug 30 2016 (HC)

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

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... -operative milk producers' federation limited, which is registered by the competent authority with effect from 11.01.2008 under section 11(5) of the ..... both on law and on facts, is wholly misconceived. 15.the second contention made on behalf of the respondents that the employees working in co-operative societies are governed by the provisions of the factories act, and under the factories act, the retirement age of the employees is only 58 years, further, the special bylaws for the employees of tcmpf was formulated by the tamil nadu co ..... ) every society shall, taking into account its nature of business, volume of transaction and financial position, adopt, with the prior approval of the government, a special by-law covering the service conditions of its employees. the special by-law shall, inter alia, prescribe the following: (i) cadre strength and classification of various categories of posts and the qualifications required thereof for each such posts .....

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Dec 06 2013 (HC)

M.Ramakrishnan Vs. District Collector of Kancheepuram District

Court : Chennai

..... a writ of mandamus to forbear the secretary to government of tamil nadu, high ways department, the district collector, kancheepuram district and the special tahsildar, high ways rural development corporation, from evicting or dispossessing the petitioner or demolishing the building except through due process of law under the provisions of tamil nadu high ways act 34 of 2002. by order dated 4.7.2012, this ..... court disposed of the writ petition directing the respondents not to evict the petitioner except by following the due process of law. ..... pass orders on the merits of the contentions, they being the disputed questions of facts. in the light of the alternative remedy available under section 10 of the tamil nadu land encroachment act, 2005, this writ petition is dismissed. however, considering the fact that the time limit for filing the appeal has already expired, we direct the petitioner to file ..... has issued a notification for acquisition of lands in and around the said property including his property in na.ka.no.f3/51223/2008 dated 16.11.2009 as per section 15(2) of the tamil nadu high ways act for a railway fly over construction work in kilambakkam village. the petitioner's land is situated near the railway construction work. .....

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Dec 06 2013 (HC)

M.Senthil Kumar Vs. District Collector of Kancheepuram District

Court : Chennai

..... a writ of mandamus to forbear the secretary to government of tamil nadu, high ways department, the district collector, kancheepuram district and the special tahsildar, high ways rural development corporation, from evicting or dispossessing the petitioner or demolishing the building except through due process of law under the provisions of tamil nadu high ways act 34 of 2002. by order dated 4.7.2012, this ..... court disposed of the writ petition directing the respondents not to evict the petitioner except by following the due process of law. ..... pass orders on the merits of the contentions, they being the disputed questions of facts. in the light of the alternative remedy available under section 10 of the tamil nadu land encroachment act, 2005, this writ petition is dismissed. however, considering the fact that the time limit for filing the appeal has already expired, we direct the petitioner to file ..... has issued a notification for acquisition of lands in and around the said property including his property in na.ka.no.f3/51223/2008 dated 16.11.2009 as per section 15(2) of the tamil nadu high ways act for a railway fly over construction work in kilambakkam village. the petitioner's land is situated near the railway construction work. .....

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Feb 10 2017 (HC)

A. Kuberan Vs. The Commissioner, Villupuram Municipality, Villupuram

Court : Chennai

..... accepted by the legislature then, as could be seen from the tamil nadu municipal laws (third amendment) act 2008 (tamil nadu act 36 of 2008), which came into effect from 25.06.2008 vide g.o. ms.no.116, municipal administration and water supply department. the third amendment act did not amend section 345. only subsequently, in the year 2008, section 345 was amended and the period of 3 years was ..... is crystal clear that any distraint proceedings should be initiated within three years from the date on which it might have first been commenced. the provisions of section 345 of the tamil nadu district municipalities act, came up for consideration in municipal council of trichinopoly vs. ratnam pillai (deceased) and others [1935 lw 457], wherein, it was held as under: the lower ..... .2003 and the demand made by the municipality is therefore illegal. 5. mr.v. jayaprakash narayanan, learned special government pleader controverted the above submissions. 6. to appreciate the rival contentions, it may be necessary to extract section 345 of the tamil nadu district municipalities act, 1920 as it stood in the year 2003 and it reads as follows: "345. limitation for recovery ..... above provisions makes it clear that if the tax payable is determined and due, it is open to the respondent to recover the same within a period of six years and after expiry of such period, it is not open to the respondent to recover the said due. this is clear from section 483 of the act. 10. the learned special government .....

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Jan 09 2009 (HC)

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd. (Guwahati Refinery) Vs. State of Assam and ...

Court : Guwahati

..... schedule to the act of 2001 and therefore the provisions of the ordinance in this regard may be suitably read down by the court instead of invalidating the same on the aforesaid count.34. continuing, sri choudhury, learned additional advocate-general, has 34 placed reliance on the decision of the apex court in g. k. krishnan v. state of tamil nadu reported in : [1975 ..... the competence which it claims over the subject-matter and whether in making the validation it removes the defect which the courts had found in the existing law and makes adequate provisions in the validating law for a valid imposition of the tax.44. as already noted earlier in i. n. saksena : (1976)iillj154sc , the apex 44 court has laid down a ..... invalid on the said ground. the argument overlooks the facts stated in the affidavit of the state wherein the steps taken for effective implementation of the act of 2008 have been delineated, i.e., constitution of a special fund ; allocation of funds to different departments as well as the constitution of the committee to examine proposals for development of infrastructure and to sanction ..... . v. state of haryana : (2003)8scc60 which led to a reference being made for an authoritative pronouncement as to whether the aforesaid broader proposition could survive in view of the law laid down in automobile transport (rajasthan) ltd. : [1963]1scr491 . the following observations contained in paragraph 231 of the referral order jindal stripe ltd. v. state of haryana : (2003)8scc60 .....

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Feb 16 2016 (HC)

Ajith Kumar, Rep. By his father, Sivagangai District and Others Vs. St ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... contrary to the express statutory provisions under a special act. 10. for example, coming to the case of the petitioner in crl.o.p.(md) no.1941 of 2016, he is involved in thiruchendur temple police station crime no.25 of 2016 for offences under sections 509, 153(a) ipc and section 67(a) of the information technology amendment act, 2008 and the allegation against ..... for modification of the conditions of bail. ? 8. from the above, it is clear that a juvenile in conflict with law is statutorily entitled to bail, even though he is involved in a non bailable offence. the juvenile justice boards in tamil nadu do not mechanically refuse bail in all the cases. in serious offences like attempt to murder, murder etc., there is ..... court has no jurisdiction under section 482 cr.p.c. to give such directions as prayed for by the petitioners in matters concerning a special statute, namely, the juvenile justice act, and directing the board to act in breach of law, however, noble it may seem to appear. in the result, all these petitions stand dismissed and it is left open to the respective ..... every possibility of the victim party retaliating and that may expose the juvenile to moral, physical or psychological danger ? 9. whether in a given case, the juvenile in conflict with law will be exposed to moral .....

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Apr 20 2015 (HC)

S.Balakrishna Pradeep Vs. 1)tamil Nadu Uniformed Services Recruitment ...

Court : Chennai

..... , completed the written tests, held on 03.08.2008. subsequently, on 15.08.2008, cases in crime nos.268 and 269 of 2008, have been registered against the appellants, under section 75 of the tamil nadu city police act. both the appellants have pleaded guilty and paid the fine amount. 14.according to the learned special government pleader, selection to the post of grade-ii ..... the appellants have been convicted and sentenced in stc.no.5054 of 2008, on the file of the judicial magistrate-i, tuticorin, and that they have also paid the fine amount. it is a well settled proposition of law that decisions made by the courts, with reference to statutory provisions, have to be applied and general observations, made while dealing with ..... similar circumstances, would not lend support to the case of the appellants. larger bench decision of this court in alex pandian's case (cited supra).has been decided with reference to the statutory rule, in particular, rule 14(b)(iv) of the special rules for the tamil nadu special police ..... only after two years.conviction has been set aside. 29.selection is based on statutory rules, prescribing eligibility criteria and in particular, rule 14(b)(iv) of the special rules, for the tamil nadu special police subordinate service rules, which states, that if a candidate is involved in a criminal case, he is not eligible for appointment. during the process of verification, the .....

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