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Sep 07 1995 (HC)

G. Chambi Raj Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and Others

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1996Mad56

..... result in grave and irreparable loss to the members of the public in addition to being in gross violation of the statutory provisions of the madras municipal corporation act and the tamil nadu open places (prevention of disfigurement) act.4. the two w.m.ps. were filed for the relief of direction, directing the respondents to remove the arches, fixtures, cut-outs and other structures ..... , the digging had already been done and the structures had also been already erected.19. the application of mr. rajendran referred to above relates to the places between adyar signal police beet to iyappan temple. in the application the applicant has not referred to the dates on which he is proposed to erect the structures in the places mentioned in the ..... between in gate out gate (palace work)7. front of adyar bridge (fountain work)8. ministers houses entrance (fort work)9. sathya studio opp. island (statute work)10. opp. to police beet hindu hoarding board (palace work)11. music college entrance next closed gate (statute work)12. bank of coovam river (palace work)13. ayyappan temple front island (statute work)14 ..... has been forwarded to the zonal office no. 10. in the annexure to thisapplication the number of sites are mentioned is follows: '1. adyar signal police beet backside (arch)2. police beet to pillayar temple (pandal)3. police beet opp. road centre, island two nos. (statute work)4. avin booth corner (palace work)5. malar hospital opp. road centre island (statute work)6 .....

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Mar 21 2005 (HC)

Mr. N.G. Karunakaran Vs. the Chairman, National Highways Authority of ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR2005Mad248; (2005)2MLJ446

..... .12.2003, declaring the roads in question as highways belonging to the state government, the provisions of sections 180,180-a,181 and 182 of the tamil nadu district municipalities act,1920, are not applicable.(3) the tamil nadu highways act, 2001, is not applicable with reference to the permission for installation of arches, in view of g.o. ms. no. 32, highways department, dated 13.02 ..... the traffic flow.(viii) on the basis of the recommendations given by the divisional engineer, state highways, and the district superintendent of police and also the no objection certificate issued by the municipality, the district collector sent a proposal to the secretary to government of tamil nadu, state highways, recommending for the said permission, on 15.01.2005. (ix) the secretary to government of ..... g.o. ms. no. 32, setting the guidelines formulated by it and giving suitable directions to various departments of the government like highways, state highways, district collectors, district superintendents of police etc., regarding the procedure for granting permission for installation of statues and erection of arches. as per the said notification, requisitions, seeking for permission regarding putting up of arches and .....

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Mar 02 1982 (HC)

Odeon Mani Tiraiarangam, Represented by Its Partner, M. Rajasekharan a ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1983)2MLJ392

..... bench of our court in managiri village panchayat v. government of tamil nadu : (1975)1mlj265 . the bench held:the scope of the madurai city municipal corporation act and that of the tamil nadu panchayats act are entirely different. while the madurai city municipal corporation act makes provision for including local area in the municipal corporation area, the tamil nadu pandhayats act restricts itself to forming town panchayats and village panchayats and adjusting their ..... statutes and particularly a fiscal statute such as the tamil nadu entertainments tax act. the learned counsel added that even as on date, it is the collector of chengalputtu, who is the licensing authority, that the theatres are semi-permanent ones which cannot be; licensed within the city limits and that the tax authorities and police authorities are from chengalpattu district. the learned counsel ..... further submitted that by g.o. ms. no. 790 even though an area has been brought within the city limits, it cannot enure for the benefit of the tamil nadu entertainments tax act. finally mr. v. p. raman would submit that since the petitioners .....

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Dec 07 1993 (HC)

B.M. Habibullah, Etc. Etc. Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and Others

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1994Mad222; (1994)IMLJ229

..... an army of revenue and police officials demolished bis, shop and 22 other shops by using buldozer. it is also stated that the stock-in-trade were thrown on the streets and all the shop owneis were subjected to humiliation and ignominy. the petitioner would state that no notice was issued to him either under the tamil nadu encroachment act or under any other ..... that two more shops are still existing even to-day. 21. in support of his findings, the advocate commissioner has filed copies of the 'b' memos, municipal records, revenue records,photographs and map and sketches, police complaint, etc., besides statements given by the petitioners and some third parties. he has also filed the following documents:-- (i) the statements of the tahsildar, village ..... , to say the least, is totally contrary to the records and untrue as found by me earlier in paragraphs supra. the respondents viz., the district collector, nilgiris, the commissioner, coonoor municipality and the tahsildar, coonoor, have not come forward candidly bu! instead taken a plea which is totally incorrect and against their own records. it is the duty of the 2nd ..... situated in the bus stand and they do not hinder the free flow of traffic. on the basis of the reports and statements of the tahsildar/3rd respondent and the municipal commissioner/2nd respondent, the advocate commissioner has recorded the admission by the aforesaid officials that no complaint has been received from the public stating that the shops in question pose .....

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Sep 21 2016 (HC)

Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam rep. by its Organisation Secretary R.S. Bhar ...

Court : Chennai

..... by the opposition party in the legislative assembly and through voice vote, the speaker stated the same to have been passed as acts. the acts were called the tamil nadu municipal laws (2nd amendment) act, 2016 and the tamil nadu panchayats (2nd amendment) act, 2016, wherein sections 48-aaaa, section 50-aaa, section 52-aaa, section 43-aaa were inserted in the chennai, ..... p. no.28370 of 2016 has been filed praying this court to issue a writ of declaration declaring that the impugned amendment acts, viz., (i) tamil nadu municipal laws (2nd amendment) act, 2016 and (ii) the tamil nadu panchayat (2nd amendment) act, 2016, issued by the 1st respondent published in the official gazette as unconstitutional, motivated, unreasonable and ultra vires the constitution ..... : w.p. no.23411 of 2016 has been filed praying this court to issue a writ of declaration declaring the impugned amendment acts, viz., the tamil nadu municipal laws (second amendment) act, 2016 and the tamil nadu panchayats (second amendment) act, 2016, as unconstitutional, ultra vires the constitution of india and consequentially direct respondents 2, 4 and 5 to conduct the urban ..... central government officials in the conduct of local body election 2016 with the help of independent observers of the central government and central police force instead of officials working under the tamil nadu state government and also to appoint the central government officials as the electoral officers to ensure free and fair conduct of urban and .....

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Jul 20 2010 (HC)

Central Warehousing Corporation, a Government of IndiA. Vs. Chitlapakk ...

Court : Chennai

..... appellant corporation, should be restricted to 33.33%, as claimed by the appellant corporation. further, when there are alternative remedies available, under the provisions of the tamil nadu district municipalities act, 1920, the appellant corporation ought to have challenged the assessment notices by resorting to such remedies. instead the appellant corporation had preferred to file a civil ..... tax, belatedly, without any basis. it has also been stated that the appellant corporation had not availed the statutory remedy available, under the provisions of the tamil nadu district municipalities act, 1920. even though the appellant corporation had claimed that there are government orders and guidelines to restrain the enhancement of property tax, in respect of buildings ..... the plaintiff corporation had not exhausted the statutory remedy of appeal and revision, before the appropriate authority, within the time limit prescribed by the relevant provisions of the tamil nadu district municipalities act, 1920. 8. it has also been stated that the revision petition, dated 14.7.1997, said to have been sent by the plaintiff corporation, had been ..... as such, they are exempted from the application of the provisions of the tamil nadu buildings (lease and rent) control act, 1960. further, the courts below had failed to note that the notices had been issued, under the wrong provisions of the tamil nadu district municipalities act, 1920, and the rules framed therein. he had also submitted that the courts .....

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Apr 30 2013 (HC)

German Trading Corporation Vs. Secretary to Government of Tamil Nadu

Court : Chennai

..... taluk, namakkal district. .. petitioner vs.1. the secretary to government of tamil nadu, municipal administration & water supply department, fort.st.george, secretariat, chennai.2. the director of town panchayats, kuralagam, chennai.3. the district collector, namakkal district, namakkal.4. the superintendent of police, namakkal district, namakka 301. 5. the inspector of police, venathur police station, namakkal distric 301. 6. the athanur town panchayat, rep. by its ..... to the government by its letter dated 12.03.2008. the third respondent had also recommended that appropriate action may be taken under section 252 of the tamil nadu district municipalities act, 1920 (hereinafter referred to as the act) against the sixth respondent. the appeals (nos.14 & 15 of 2007) filed by muthusamy were dismissed by the appellate authority on 18.09.2008 upholding the ..... a better understanding of the issues involved in the case, we feel it appropriate to reproduce below the relevant statutory provisions applicable to this case :- tamil nadu district municipalities act 36. power to suspend or cancel resolutions, etc. under act. (1) the state government may, by order in writing (i) suspend or cancel any resolution passed, order issued, or licence or permission granted, or (ii .....

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Apr 25 1978 (HC)

N. Mohamood Hajee Vs. the Commissioner of Police

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1979)ILLJ314Mad

..... madras, after the working hours and whether such stay would amount to an infrigement of the rules framed under the tamil nadu catering establishments act.17. moreover, under the conditions of the licence issued under section 279 of the city municipal corporation act no part of the building in which a catering establishment is situated shall be used at any time for purposes ..... to believe to be false, arrest such person. these are some of the statutory powers given to police officers and duties imposed on police officers. it might also be noted that under rule 28 of the rules framed under the tamil nadu catering establishments act, 1958, none of the operations connected with a catering establishment shall be conducted or carried on in ..... 4) under section 23 of the city police act to prevent offences and public nuisances; (5) under section 24 of the city police act to arrest without warrant any person committing offence punishable under the act; and (6) under sections 402 and 408 of the madras city municipal corporation act to use the police powers in the enforcement of that act, and since in spite of his ..... and trespassed into the hotel premises, locked themselves inside and are continuing to stay inside the hotel premises and when a complaint was given to the inspector of police b2, police station by the petitioner complaining of trespass and unlawful assembly and requesting the inspector to remove the trespassers from the premises and to render protection to the property kept .....

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Mar 29 2010 (HC)

N. Sengodan Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Police and Inspector General an ...

Court : Chennai

..... petitioner should be imposed with the major penalty of compulsory retirement. admittedly, in the present case, the charge against the petitioner arose out of section 75(1)(b) of the tamil nadu city police act. the said provision would have resulted in not imposing with a penalty of imprisonment, but only a fine. even in that case, the learned judicial magistrate conscious of the ..... . and found the applicant in a drunken mood. therefore, a criminal case was registered against the petitioner in crime no. 770 of 1998 under section 75(1)(b) of the tamil nadu city police act. the petitioner was also chargesheeted on 5.10.1998 after investigation. he was tried before the court of judicial magistrate-ii, coimbatore. though the petitioner was convicted on trial ..... of this month. considering the fact that the petitioner was only charged for an offence under section 75(1)(b) of the tamil nadu city police act and that he was also let off by the magistrate under the probation of offenders act and that the authority have not passed a speaking order while imposing a major penalty and the appellate authority also did not ..... of people throughout the country appearing before summary courts and paying small amounts of fine, more often than not, as a measure of plea-bargaining. foremost among them being traffic, municipal and other petty offences under the indian penal code, mostly committed by the young and/or the inexperienced. the cruel result of a conviction of that kind and a fine .....

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Jul 10 1985 (SC)

Olga Tellis and ors. Vs. Bombay Municipal Corporation and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1986SC180; 1985(2)SCALE5; (1985)3SCC545; [1985]Supp2SCR51

..... committing a nuisance. section 117 of the police act prescribes punishment for the violation of these sections.27. we will first deal with the preliminary objection raised by mr. k.k. singhvi, who appears on behalf of the bombay municipal corporation, that the petitioners are estopped from ..... established by law, which has to be fair and reasonable, not fanciful or arbitrary such as is prescribed by the bombay municipal corporation act or the bombay police act. they also rely upon their right to reside and settle in any part of the country which is guaranteed by article ..... 19(1)(e).3. the three petitioners in the group of writ petitions 4610-4612 of 1981 are a journalist and two pavement dwellers. one of these two pavement dwellers, p. angamuthu, migrated from salem, tamil nadu ..... 21 of the constitution.25. the petitioners challenge the vires of section 314 read with sections 312 and 313 of the bombay municipal corporation act, which empowers the municipal commissioner to remove, without notice, any object or structure or fixture which is set up in or upon any street. it ..... anxious and solicitous consideration to this question, we are of the opinion that the procedure prescribed by section 314 of the bombay municipal corporation act for removal of encroachments on the footpaths or pavements over which the public has the right of passage or access, cannot be regarded .....

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