Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : RLW2006(4)Raj2890
..... order was passed.45. now i take up bhavar lal's case, which is a case arising from bombay rents, hotel and lodging house rates control act, 1947, whereunder the definition of tenant has been given in section 5(11), which reads as under:5(11) 'tenant' means any person by whom ..... prakash's case, of course, action of the tenant in allowing one person for tailoring in cloth merchant shop was found to be subletting by the punjab and haryana high court. however, facts in that case are very telling, inasmuch as, what was found on facts was, that a part of the ..... of the landlords. though the purpose of the various rent acts appear to be the same, namely, to promote social justice by affording protection to tenants against undue harassment and exploitation by landlords, providing at ..... are intended to protect tenants against harassment and exploitation by landlords, safeguarding at the same time the legitimate interests of the landlords. the rent acts seek to preserve social harmony and promote social justice by safeguarding the interests of the tenants mainly and at the same time protecting the legitimate interests ..... . so far guljars singh's case is concerned, that was a case where the high court of punjab was considering the word 'heir' on the anvil of provisions of section 22 of hindu adoption and maintenance act, 1956. according to which, subject to the provisions of sub-section 2, the heirs of the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : 1998CriLJ2439
..... their lordships of the apex court had an occasion to consider the necessity of reading down a provision in the context of punjab service rules vis-a-vis the provisions of the prevention of corruption act 1947. in that case kailash nath respondant,' a respondent in one of the appeals before the apex court, was working as ..... the trials of such offences in a summary way being delayed by adoption of delaying tactics either by the accused or by the prosecutor. he is the protector of the procedure established by law. he is not to play to the tune of the prosecutor or the accused. he is not a mute spectator ..... sub-section 263 & 264, cr. p.c. is required to be disposed of by the special judge within three months of the submission of the complaint or police report before him.(8) where a special judge tries a case as per procedure other than a procedure laid down in sub-section 263 & 264, cr. p ..... 3 and 6 of the liquified petroleum gas (regulation of supply and distributor) order, 1988 (the order) punishable under sections 7 of the essential commodities act, 1955. a police report under section 170/173, cr.p.c. was submitted in the court of the special judge on 14-6-1993. in the list of witnesses ..... 4 of lubricating oil and greese order 1987 punishable under section 7 of the essential commodities act 1955 (the act). a police report under section 170/173, cr. p.c. was made against him to the special judge (essential commodities act) cases on 1 -3-1993 and on the same day the learned special judge took .....Tag this Judgment!