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Jan 16 1982 (HC)

Ayodhya Prasad Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and anr.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-16-1982

Reported in : AIR1983MP39

..... much water has flown on this question and the correctness of this decision is quite doubtful. there is a similar provision about appeal in the essential commodities act, 1955. section 6c provides for appeal to a judicial authority appointed by the m. p. state government, i.e. sessions judge, against the order ..... p., air 1978 sc 1 had held--'when the sessions judge was appointed an appellate authority by the state government under section 6c of the essential commodities act, what the state government did was to constitute art appellate authority in the sessions court over which the sessions judge presides. the sessions court ..... oral explanation of the grounds by the authorities is not sufficient. the supreme court in these cases were considering detention under the preventive detention act and article 22(5) enjoined that as soon as may be order of detention has to be communicated and the detenu to be afforded ..... to the high court and the order being 'a case decided' a revision against such order under section 139 (5), m. p. municipalities act is tenable under section 115, civil procedure code.'so the revisions are quite competent.5. now regarding merits first objection is that show cause notices were in ..... evicted. the applicants then preferred miscellaneous civil appeals nos. 37 and 38 of 1980 before the district judge, jabalpur, under section 9 of the act. by common order dated 12-3-1980. both the appeals have been dismissed by the district judge, holding that the orders of the estate .....

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Jul 05 1982 (HC)

Commissioner of Sales Tax Vs. Jayantilal Mannilal

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-05-1982

Reported in : [1983]52STC188(MP)

..... as the original pineapple fruit. the supreme court held that although a degree of processing is involved in preparing pineapple slices from the original fruits, the commodity continues to possess its original identity, notwithstanding the removal of inedible portions. in view of this decision, it must be held that even after removal of ..... for being sold in the sealed cans amounted to consumption of pineapple fruits for the purpose of manufacture. the supreme court held that there was no essential difference between pineapple fruit and the canned pineapple slices, and that though sliced pineapple was a presentation of fruit in a more convenient form, the ..... time of their sale in the course of inter-state trade or commerce and that the goods had already been subjected to tax under the state act. it has been found that the sale by the assessee of tamarind in question, was in the course of inter-state trade in the state. ..... the course of inter-state sale and that tamarind was purchased from registered dealers in the state after payment of tax under the state act. the assessing authority held that though tamarind was purchased after payment of tax, yet no exemption could be allowed as tamarind was sold in the ..... the statement of the case briefly are as follows :the assessee deals in kirana goods and foodgrains and was assessed to sales tax under the central act for the year 1969-70. exemption was claimed in respect of sale of tamarind worth rs. 34,320 on the ground that it was in .....

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Feb 09 1982 (HC)

Chandrakant Vs. M.P. Public Service Commission, Indore

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-09-1982

Reported in : AIR1982MP104

..... to whether it was permissible for the respondent to make deviations. but in absence of any material on record, we cannot embark on that enquiry. in the instant case, the essential academic qualification for the post of assistant engineer (civil) has been mentioned in the advertisement. in the absence of any other due date specified in the advertisement as the date ..... ) be not declared until further orders. thereafter, the respondent filed its return on 31st dec. 1981. in the return, it was contended that as the petitioner did not possess the essential academic qualification before the expiry of the last date fixed for receipt of applications, he was not found eligible and hence was not called for interview. it was also contended ..... he was allowed to appear for the written test. the learned counsel for the petitioner, therefore, contended that though the petitioner had qualified in the written test, the respondent had acted arbitrarily in not calling the petitioner for the personality test. it was, therefore, prayed that a direction be issued to the commission to call the petitioner for interview.6. the ..... authorities, we have to ascertain whether by not calling the petitioner for the interview, the respondent has acted arbitrarily or contrary to any rule or regulation.7. now, according to the respondent, the petitioner was not called for interview as he did not possess the essential academic qualification before the expiry of the last date fixed for receiving applications, i.e. before .....

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Aug 18 1982 (HC)

D and H Secheron Electrodes (Pvt.) Ltd., Indore Vs. State of Madhya Pr ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-18-1982

Reported in : AIR1983MP5

..... and if this is done without fixing a maximum, there would be no invalidity. the learned judges there were critical of the madras court-fees act, 1955, as it had completely removed the slab system and provided for a uniform levy of 7 1/2 per cent without any limit. the relevant ..... maximum or ceiling. in 'zenith lamps' case, the supreme court was dealing with a case where there was no maximum. the madras court-fees act, 1955 challenged in that case provided for a uniform ad valorem fee at 7 1/2 per cent without any limit. there is not a word in ..... benefit of the service, or that some of the contributories do not obtain the same degree of services as others say, wilt not change the essential character of the levy'. the observations of the supreme court clearly show that the value of the subject matter of the claim is a relevant ..... judges. we have already held that the state has been successful in establishing the required correlationship between the amount of court-fee recovered under the 1975 act and the expenditure incurred on the administration of civil justice. the state here, therefore, cannot be accused of insisting on payment of court-fee ..... criminal court. all civil judges have been conferred power to function as judicial magistrates. similarly, all additional district judges and district judges are empowered to act as sessions judges. there is no separate establishment for criminal and civil courts. in the high court also, there is no separate establishment for criminal .....

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