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Dec 18 1975 (HC)

Commissioner of Wealth-tax Vs. P. Sankaran Nair

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-18-1975

Reported in : [1976]103ITR366(Mad)

..... of land had been sold to different persons on the basis of yardage, would not be sufficient to change their character as agricultural lands. the punjab and haryana high court went again into the question of the assessability to wealth-tax of agricultural lands which had been requisitioned and used as parade ground by the police authorities in avtar singh rangwala v. commissioner of ..... area is not by itself determinative of its character.' 25. the patna high court had occasion to go into this question in syed rafiqur rahman v. commissioner of wealth-tax : [1970]75itr318(patna) . the land in that case was situated in the city of patna. the court upheld the assessment to wealth-tax and ultimately proceeded on the basis that it ..... .27. on a consideration of all these authorities we do not think it possible to evolve any precise test or universal formula for the purpose of finding out whether any land is agricultural land or not. the decision of this court in sarojini devi v. sri kristna, which was noticed by the supreme court in commissioner of income-tax v. raja benoy ..... the details of valuation.3. the assessee appealed against the assessments and took before the appellate assistant commissioner a ground claiming exemption under section 2(e) of the wealth-tax act. during the pendency of the appeal, the wealth-tax officer submitted a note to the appellate assistant commissioner saying that, since 1947, velacheri had been included within the city limits .....

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Mar 31 1975 (HC)

Vijay Singh Lamba Vs. the Panjab University, Chandigarh

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-31-1975

Reported in : AIR1976P&H143

..... regulations, called 'statutes' though made under the powers given to the university under section 26 or 29 of the act, would get the status of statutory rules (which are promulgated by the ..... ? or are they merely guidelines equivalent tobye-laws intended for the internal management and regulation of the university? i desist from elaborating the issue because, in this court, the matter is concluded by a decision of the division bench in jaswinder singh toor v. punjab agricultural university, 1972 serv lr 198 (punj), with these observations:-- '* * * by no stretch of imagination, these ..... supreme court in appeal reversed the judgment and concluded-'* * *. it is also not denied that the meeting held by two of the three members of the 4th april, 1970, was legal because sufficient notice was given to all the three members. if for one reason or the other one of them could not attend, that does not make ..... for the time being in force. section 20 of the act provides that 'the executive government of the university shall be vested in the syndicate which shall consist of the vice-chancellor as chairman; the director of public instruction, punjab; the director of education, himachal pradesh; the director of public instruction, haryana. and the director of public instruction, chandigarh, and not .....

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Mar 31 1975 (HC)

Parkash Chander Vs. Haryana State Electricity Board and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-31-1975

Reported in : AIR1976P& H30

..... judgments :--1. executive committee of u. p. state warehousing corporation, lucknow v. chandra kiran tyagi, air 1970 sc 1244.2. indian air lines corporation v. sukhdev rai, air 1971 sc 1828.3. jaswinder singh toor v. punjab agricultural university, ludhiana, 1972 slr 198.4. mall singh v. punjab state electricity board, 1974 (2) serv lwr 737.the learned counsel for the petitioners has, on the ..... , 6907 to 6914 and 6917 to 6919 of 1974 as common questions of law and fact are involved.2. the brief facts are that the petitioners woe employees of the haryana state electricity board, either temporary or substantive, and in pursuance of the call of the union they went on strike with effect from april 25, 1974. they then went to ..... to erode the basic principle underlying the exercise of judicial or quasi-judicial power. i am, therefore, unable to persuade myself that the mere fact that the employee-petitioners had acted collectively would, in any way, justify the abandonment of the accept-ed mode and manner of exercising quasi-judicial authority.20. i am more than fully conscious that troublesome practical ..... discretion while passing the order of termination of services against each petitioner, but signed the order on dotted lines as directed by the chairman of the board. since thepunishing authority acted as a quasi-judicial authority while passing such orders, his discretion could not be fettered by the chairman and, therefore, the orders, not being the result of application of independent .....

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May 13 1975 (HC)

Bijoy Kumar Routrai and ors. Vs. State of Orissa and ors.

Court : Orissa

Decided on : May-13-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Ori138

..... india body which collects data regarding relevant issues like the cost of production of the cereals from the states and other sources including agricultural universities and formulates its recommendations. the price thus fixed has been accepted by all states in india. the state government also took into consideration ..... into the cost of production. the commission is required to consider the data collected from the state government as well as the agricultural universities and the various other sources for determining such price. the commission has recommended the procurement price for paddy for 1974-75 marketing ..... and various other sources and the state government took into consideration the price fixed by the government of india on the recommendations of the agricultural prices commission before fixing the price by notification. thus the prices in question fixed by the state government for purchase of paddy under the ..... sustained,examining this aspect of the matter, a bench of the punjab & haryana high court, in the case of sujan singh v. state of haryana, air 1968 punj & har 363, observed:--'there is no doubt that section 5 of the central act empowers the central government to delegate the power to make orders under ..... -- (i) that when there was no controlled price for paddy and rice in the state of bihar, the market price prevailing in october, 1970 when the order was made or the post-harvest price which was likely to prevail during the post-harvest period ought to have been fixed and .....

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Nov 18 1975 (HC)

The Andhra Pradesh Agricultural University, Rajendranagar Vs. Mahmoodu ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-18-1975

Reported in : AIR1976AP134

..... the act to the city civil court, hyderabad, and the same was numbered as o.p. 236/69. the second additional chief judge of that court enhanced the rate to re. 0.75 per square yard by his order dated 10th december, 1970. the special tahsildar, who is the land acquisition officer, did not prefer any appeal, but the andhra pradesh agricultural university (hereinafter ..... 151, c.p.c. must be held to have been positively excluded. in s.m. singh v. punjab university, land was acquired for the punjab university. the claimant sought to prefer an appeal in regard to the quantum of compensation against the university. a division bench of the punjab and haryana high court held that the acquisition was made by the government for the benefit of the ..... as such was a proper party within the meaning of order 1, rule 10, c.p.c. in h.s. & industries v. state, , a learned single judge of the punjab and haryana high court also took the view that a person, who had to pay the compensation, can be impleaded as a party under order 1, rule 10, c.p.c. in ..... university and therefore when an appeal is preferred by the claimant, it must be against the government and not the university. it, therefore, held that an appeal filed making only .....

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Mar 26 1975 (HC)

Colonel His Highness Raja Sir Harinder Singh Brar Bans Bahadur Vs. Uni ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-26-1975

Reported in : [1976]102ITR812(P& H)

..... into domestic and foreign companies under section 2(hh) and (kk) and clauses (2) and (3) of part i of the schedule to the kerala agricultural income-tax act, 1950, and a higher tax at a fixed rate of 75 per cent. was imposed on foreign companies while a lesser tax at graded rates with a ..... of tax is thus the same and if it is not challenged in one case, it cannot be challenged in the other.20. it is not a universal rule that every tax on property must be levied as a percentage of its annual letting value. the wealth-tax is on the net wealth possessed by ..... clearly unreasonable and arbitrary.' it is unnecessary to multiply citations.' 8. section 2(1) of the tamil nadu additional sales tax act, 1970, provides that the tax payable under the tamil nadu general sales tax act, 1959, shall, in the case of a dealer whose total turnover for a year exceeds 10 lakhs of rupees, be ..... diplomatic enclave, new delhi3,29,427_________15,37,502________and that no income was being derived therefrom. his assessable income shown by him in the return for the assessment year 1970-71 was rs. 4,99,800. the value of the net wealth, according to the last completed wealth-tax assessment for the year 1966-67, was ..... decision of the supreme court in assistant commissioner of urban land tax, madras v. buckingham and carnatic co. ltd. : [1970]75itr603(sc) wherein it was held that:'the madras urban land tax act, 1966, in imposing a tax on urban land at a percentage of the market value is entirely within the ambit of entry .....

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Mar 26 1975 (HC)

Harindar Singh Vs. the Union of India and Another.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-26-1975

Reported in : (1976)5CTR(P& H)0064B

..... into domestic and foreign companies under section 2(hh) and (kk) and clauses (2) and (3) of part i of the schedule to the kerala agricultural income-tax act 1950, and a higher tax at a fixed rate of 75 per cent was imposed on foreign companies while a lesser tax at graded rates with a maximum ..... the more of tax is thus same and if it is not challenged in one case, it cannot be challenged in the other.10. it is not a universal rule that every tax on property must be levied as a percentage of its annual letting value. the wealth-tax is on the net wealth possessed by an ..... is clearly unreasonable and arbitrary.it is unnecessary to multiply citations.'4. section 2 (1) of the tamil nadu additional sales tax act, 1970, provides that the tax payable under the tamil nadu general sales tax act, 1959, shall, in the case of a dealer whose total turnover for a year exceeds 10 lakhs of rupees, be increased ..... delhirs. 3,29.427 rs. 15,37,502and that no income was being derived therefrom. his assessable income shown by him in the return for the assessment year 1970-71 was rs. 4,99,800. the value of the net wealth, according to the last completed wealth-tax assessment for the year 1966-67 was rs. 79 ..... singh brar bans bahadur, ruler of the former faridkot state, owns various kinds of property mentioned in the petition. the year of assessment is 1970-71 and the valuation date is april 12, 1970 = chet 30, 2026 bk. for that year, the rate of wealth-tax in the case of every individual was as under :-(a)where .....

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Jan 24 1975 (HC)

Ajudhia Nath Dhingra Vs. Union of India

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-24-1975

Reported in : AIR1975Delhi82

..... or otherwise, who is entitled to be appointed to the service of government on passing through a course of training at a university, college or school in india, during the interval between the satisfactory completion of the course and his assumption of duties. 9 ..... of 1971:5. the petitioner in this case was employed as an assistant in the indian council of agricultural research under the ministry of food and agriculture, government of india, at the time when he attained the age of 58 years on november 5, ..... points raised in the cases before us and so, reliance on it is misplaced. in rajendra sareen v. the state of haryana, : air1970delhi132 the bench followed the decision in parshotam lal dhingra : (1958)illj544sc in observing that in the absence of any ..... .' on the expiry of the period of probation specified at the time of appointment.17. in sukhbans singh v. state of punjab, : (1963)illj671sc the petitioner was selected for appointment as an extra assistant commissioner and was so appointed in accordance with rule ..... the assam and nagaland high court in shankar lal mehra v. chief engineer, n. f. rly., 1970 serv lr 536 = air 1970 ass 16 = 1970 lab ic 176.the petitioner in this case was appointed as senior draftsman in a temporary post on a ..... right vesting in him has been infringed. the argument has no force. section 18 (1) of the indian independence act speaks of an act of parliament, order-in-council, order, rules, regulation or other instrument passed or made before the appointed day .....

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Apr 11 1975 (HC)

The Deputy Commissioner of Agricultural Income-tax and Sales Tax Vs. N ...

Court : Kerala

Decided on : Apr-11-1975

Reported in : [1975]36STC169(Ker)

..... be said to be generally exempt under the local law. the court repelled this contention and held that the exemption for registered dealers was general, universal and without any restriction or condition. it was also held that the expression 'exempt' only in specified circumstances or under specified conditions occurring in ..... v. indian aluminium cable ltd. [1974] 33 s.t.c. 152, the punjab and haryana high court considered the identical question. there the assessee sold electricity poles and cables to state electricity undertakings, when tax under the central act was levied. the assessee objected to it. the court referred to various decisions, including ..... necessary implication, this point has been negatived by the supreme court in state of kerala v. p.p. joseph and co. and joseph elias [1970] 25 s.t.c. 483 (s.c.), the facts of which would clearly show that the turnover of the goods concerned could not have been ..... .o. no. 173/65.-in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (1) of section 10 of the kerala general sales tax act, 1963 (act 15 of 1963), the government of kerala having considered it necessary in the public interest so to do, hereby make an exemption in respect ..... specified circumstances and/or under specific conditions and so 'not exempt from tax generally' within the meaning of section 8(2a) of the central sales tax act, 1956, and the explanation thereto ?3. the assessee is an ayurvedic physician. he runs his business called 'vayaskara medicals' at kottayam. his accounts .....

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Jan 24 1975 (HC)

A.N. Dhingra Vs. Union of India

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jan-24-1975

Reported in : ILR1975Delhi850

..... otherwise, who is entitled to be appointed to the service of government on passing through a course of training at a university, college or school in india, during the interval between the satisfactory completion of the course and his assumption of duties. ..... 557 of 1971 : the petitioner in this case was employed as an assistant in the indian council of agricultural research under the ministry of food & agriculture, government of india, at the time when he attained the age of 58 years on november 5, 1969 ..... points raised in the cases before us and so, reliance on it is misplaced. in rajendru sareen v. the state of haryana and others, : air1970delhi132 , the bench followed the decision in parshotam lal dhingra in observing that in the absence. of ..... on. the expiry of the period of probation specified at the time of appointment.(17) in sukhbans singh v. state of punjab, : (1963)illj671sc the petitioner was selected for appointment as an extra assistant commissioner and was so appointed in accordance with rule ..... the contrary in the above case.(18) in g. s. raniaswaiiiy & others v. lnxpeclor-generul of police, mysore, : (1970)illj649sc also the contention was about automatic on expiry of the period of probation of two years. the contention as negatived. it ..... the very day they entered service respectively in north west frontier province or hyderabad (sind) so as io al!.t'act fundamental rule 56(c).before we proceed to examine the four propositions formulated above we may dispose of one contention, .....

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