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Dec 04 1973 (HC)

Gurcharan Singh Vs. the State of Haryana and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1974P& H223

..... state of haryana to issue any bricks control order under section 3 of the act with retrospective effect. it is thus well settled that ..... in shivdev singh v. state of punjab, air 1959 punj 453(fb) and india sugars and refineries ltd., hospet v. state of mysore, air 1960 mys 326. the haryana control of bricks supplies order, 1972 was issued by the respondent-state under section 3 of the east punjab control of bricks supplies act, 1949(east punjab act no. 1 of 1949). this east punjab act i of 1949 did not confer any power on the ..... haryana decided on 20-3-1972(punj. & har.), since the punjab control of bricks supplies order, 1956 had been declared invalid, therefore, no action could be taken against him in pursuance of a notice issued under that act. it was asserted that clause 22 of the haryana control of bricks supplies order, 1972 is illegal, null and void and without jurisdiction as ..... be dismissed.4. it is common case of the parties that the punjab control of bricks supplies order, 1956 was applicable to the state of haryana and in civil writ no. 1632 of 1961 decided on 20-3-1972(punj. & har.) by a division bench this control order was declared invalid along with all the notices and notifications issued .....

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Jul 31 1974 (HC)

Balwant Singh Vs. District Food and Supplies Controller and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : 1975CriLJ687

..... 26-4-1974 vide d.s.p. tetter no. 74/1254 dated 22-3-1974 a case is being registered and papers be sent under section 3 of the punjab control of bricks supply order, 1949.mr. bhal singh ..... to monopoly procurement without any authority of law as n9 such right has been conferred on the government by the punjab control order, 1972, or east punjab act no. 1 of 1949. therefore, this order of the government requiring the petitioners of all these writ petitions to sell bricks manufactured out of sponsored coal to government departments and semi-government organisations against permits at fixed price is illegal. in ..... owner has violated clauses 9, 10 and 11 of the punjab control of bricks supply order, 1972. a copy of the directions were sent +o the superintendent of police vide memo. no. 72/30092 dated 15-5-1972 issued undej the punjab control of bricks supply order, 1972, issued under section 3 of the east punjab control of bricks supply order, 1949.it is requested that a case be registered and necessary action taken.today .....

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Sep 16 2013 (HC)

Civil Writ Petition No. 4267 of 2013 (Oandm) Vs. State of Punjab and O ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... of licence under the said order is under clause-4 (1) and it is subject to the conditions specified under sub- clause (3)(iv) of this clause ..... no.4267 of 2013 -2- 2. the grant ..... aggrieved by the no objection certificate granted by the competent authorities in favour of respondent no.8 for establishing a brick-kiln. this plea in turn is predicated on the punjab control of bricks supplies, price & distribution control order, 1998 (hereinafter referred to as the said order ) issued in exercise of the powers under section 3 of the east punjab control of bricks supplies act, 1949 (hereinafter referred to as the act of 1949 ). civil writ petition .....

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Oct 11 2013 (HC)

M/S Shri Ganesh Bko Brick Kiln Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... - it is during the pendency of the petition that the department of food, civil supplies and consumer affairs passed an order dated 1.2.2012 reducing the distance of 500 metres and, thus, modifed the said order. this was in exercise of powers conferred under the east punjab control of bricks supplies act, 1949 . the result of the aforesaid was that the grievance of the appellant did not ..... the short controvers.which was raised in the petition was that the norms under the punjab control of bricks supplies, price and distribution control order, 1998, prescribed the distance of 700 metres from the mango orchards which, according to appellant, was not in accordance with the norms of the central pollution control board which were providing for a distance of 500 metres from june-2005. chand ..... by a specialised body or by the national green tribunal. in our view, so far as the appellant is concerned, really its grievance does not survive and there is no impediment now arising from the distance parameter for a licence to be issued to the appellant as on date subject to the appellant s fulfilling all other requirements. chand parkash ..... in the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh letters patent appeal no.1774 of 2013 (o&m) date of decision: 11.10.2013 m/s shri ganesh bko brick kiln ..appellant versus state of punjab and others .....respondents coram:- hon'ble mr.justice sanjay kishan kaul, chief justice hon ble mr.justice augustine george masih present: mr.aalok paul jagga, advocate for .....

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Dec 05 1966 (HC)

Jaswant Singh Vs. the Excise and Taxation Officer (Assessing Authority ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : [1967]19STC297(P& H)

..... common ground that the sales tax which has been assessed related to supply of bricks which had been made by the petitioner-firm to various consumers who obtained permits for supply of such bricks under the punjab control of bricks supplies order, 1956, which had been issued under section 3 of the east punjab control of bricks supplies act, 1949. under this order, no manufacturer or dealer can manufacture or sell or offer to store ..... that the principle which has been laid down in the majority judgment of the supreme court in new india sugar mitts' case is directly applicable. as i have already observed before, under the punjab control of bricks supplies order, the manufacturer or dealer is bound to make supply of bricks according to the quantity prescribed in the permit. the element of compulsion is common to the ..... the price, all persons were prohibited from selling or purchasing or agreeing to sell or purchase sugar at a, price higher than the fixed price. by sub-clause (1) of clause 7, the controller was authorised, inter alia, to allot quotas of sugar for any specified province or area or market and to issue directions to any producer or dealer to ..... quotation had been extracted from benjamin in the 8th edition of his work on 'sale' :to constitute a valid sale there must be a concurrence of the following elements, viz., (1) parties competent to contract; (2) mutual assent; (3) a thing, the absolute or general property in which is transferred from the seller to the buyer; and (4) a .....

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Dec 07 1982 (HC)

Waryam Singh and Sons and anr. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1983P& H287

..... fee prescribed for grant of licence was rs. 200/- and for its renewal rs. 100/- . the punjab control of bricks order, 1956, was struck down in c. w. p. no. 1632 of ..... 1. m/s. waryam singh and sons (petitioner) own a brick-kiln at amritsar and beant singh petitioner is its partner. the punjab government in exercise of powers conferred by s. 3 of the east punjab control of bricks supplies act, 1949. made an order called 'the punjab control of bricks supplies order, 1949.' on june 5, 1956. under clause (3) of this order it was incumbent for a dealer in bricks to obtain a licence. the ..... '008--social security and welfare.'5. before the impugned order p. 3 was issued on may 4, 1979 the licence fee was charged according to the rates prescribed under the punjab control of bricks supplies (1st amendment) order, 1978 issued on february 27, 1978)p. 2). the licence fee prescribed under p. 2 is rs. 200/- for one year, rs. 300/- for a period ..... . delhi cloth and general mills co., ltd. air 1978 sc 1181, wherein it has been held that a fee in order to be a legal fee, must satisfy two conditions (i) there must be an element of quid pro quo that is to say, the authority levying the fee must render some service for the fee levied however remote the service .....

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Apr 16 1980 (SC)

Priya Wart B.K.D. Dubaldhan and ors. Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : (1982)2SCC142

..... not been made out and the high court further made it clear that it was perfectly open to the state government to issue a fresh order under section 3 (i) of the east punjab control of bricks supplies act, 1949 after applying its mind. what has been done now is to issue a fresh order on a reconsideration of the matter in fulfilment of the high courts mandate ..... apparent when one reads the notification in question. the impugned order expressly recited that it is issued in exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the east punjab control of bricks supplies act, 1949. the essential commodities act has nothing to do with the impugned order.6. the petitioners are apparently reckless in their allegations because in the year of grace 1980 they are challenging through ..... the present special leave petitions the vires of sections 3 and 4 of the essential commodities act. apart from irrelevance of that point there is not the slightest doubt that ..... v.r. krishna iyer, j.1. shri o.p. verma, counsel for the petitioners, strenuously contended that the notification by which the haryana control of bricks supplies order, 1972 was issued, was bad in law. he relied on two grounds, neither of which has any substance.2. firstly, he argued that an order similarly worded, had been .....

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Sep 09 1970 (HC)

The Excise and Taxation Officer (Assessing Authority) and anr. Vs. Jas ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : [1971]27STC582(P& H)

..... the supply of bricks which had been made by the respondent-firm to various consumers who obtained permits for the supply of such bricks under the punjab control of bricks supplies order, 1956, (hereinafter referred to as the control order) which had been issued under section 3 of the east punjab control of bricks supplies act, 1949 (hereinafter referred to as the act). under this order, no ..... facts of that case.10. thus following the law laid down by their lordships of the supreme court in indian steel and wire products ltd. a.i.r. 1968 s.c. 478, we hold that the transactions with which we are concerned herein, are sales.11. for the reasons recorded above, ..... the earlier part of our judgment, is present. it may be observed that the earlier decision in m/s. new india sugar mills ltd. a.i.r. 1963 s.c. 1207 was cited before their lordships who, after narrating the facts of that case, observed:on the basis of those facts ..... , and (4) a price in money paid or promised. in the cases in hand, elements (1), (3) and (4) are un-disputedly present. so far as element (2) of mutual assent is concerned, that too, in view of the ..... could decide by mutual assent.9. in this very decision their lordships have also enumerated four elements the presence of which constitutes a valid sale, viz., (1) parties competent to contract, (2) mutual assent, (3) a thing the absolute or general property in which is transferred from the seller to the buyer .....

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Dec 18 1972 (HC)

Amar Joti Builders and ors. Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Reported in : ILR1973Delhi531

..... .n. andley, j.(1) this writ petition has been filed by 28 brickkiln owners, who are manufacturing bricks in the union territory of delhi, to challenge various provisions of the delhi bricks (distribution, sale movement and price) control order, 1963, which was promulgated by the then chief commissioner of delhi in exercise of power under section 3 of the east punjab control of bricks supplies act, 1949, extended to delhi. ..... is impugned was issued in exercise of the power under section 3 and, thereforee, in the background of the reasons for the act which was to control the brick supplies and the provisions of section 3, it cannot be said that no guidance is available for the exercise of power under clause 6 of the order. that such guidance can be obtained from the ..... others etc. v. union of india and others : [1970]1scr479 . the supreme court were considering the constitutionality of the gold (control) act, 1968. section 27 of this act, amongst other sections, was challenged. sub-section (1) of this section provided that no person shall commence, or carry on. business as a dealer unles he holds a valid license in this behalf by the administrator ..... the petitioners direction attemped to argue that some of the directions issued by the commissioner in exercise of the powers under clause 6 of the order are ultra virus but no case has been made out nor any facts given with regard to any particular conditions. the petition proceeds on the basis that clause 6 being ultra virus and vocative of .....

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Jan 11 2000 (HC)

Dr. J.S. Sodhi and ors. Vs. Mela Ram

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR2000P& H127; (2000)124PLR684

..... in nature had materially impaired the value and utility of the premises. sub-section (2)(iii) to section 13 of the east punjab urban rent restriction act, 1949 (for short 'the act') as applicable to union territory of chandigarh, makes the said ground of eviction available and it reads as under :--'(2) a ..... mela ram. exhibit r-6 which shows that the respondent-landlord had written to the electricity department that he has no objection regarding 60 k.w. electric supply being given to petitioner no. 1. thus, it has rightly been held that the property in question had been let out for being used as ..... the x-ray clinic. it was denied that it has caused damage to the suit property.4. the learned rent controller scanned through the evidence and held that petitioner no. 1 had made material additions and alterations which had materially impaired the value and utility of the suit premises. this issue ..... this regard observed as under :--'.....therefore, this part of his reportand statement must prevail. as every man in the street knows by 'the permanent brick masonry walls', we mean the regular and normal walls with their foundations in the grounds. such walls are a permanent structure .......'20. the said ..... . by making material alteration have impaired the value and utility of demised premises.' 18. though the expert produced by the respondent opined that bricks masonry wall had been raised in the dark room but he specifically felt shy of asserting that foundation had been laid for the said wall .....

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