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May 26 1961 (HC)

Jaishi Ram Goel and ors. Vs. State of Punjab, Through Secretary, Indus ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1962P& H177

..... a very illuminating one. however, it is stated that the land was being acquired for public purpose at public expense, the compensation for which would be paid from ..... being done by circumventing the entire provisions contained in part vii of the act which alone were applicable in this case. the part of the notification directing that the provisions of section 50a shall not apply as also the exercise of powers under section 17 as amended by the land acquisition (punjab amendment) act, 1953, have been challengedthe written statement filed on behalf of the state is not ..... by the present petition under article 226 of the constitution they have challenged the acquisition proceedings relating to the aforesaid land.(2) a notification dated 16th february 1961 was issued by the punjab government under section 4 of the land acquisition act, 1894 (hereinafter called the act), wherein it was stated that the land in question was likely to be required by the government at public expense for .....

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Nov 16 1960 (SC)

Pandit Jhandu Lal and ors. Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1961SC343; [1961]2SCR459

..... below is likely to be required for the above purpose. this notification is made under the provisions of section 4 read with section 17 of the land acquisition act, 1894, as amended by the land acquisition (punjab amendment) act, 1953, to all to whom it may concern and the collector shall cause public notice of the substance of this notification to be given at convenient ..... places in the said locality; in exercise of the powers conferred by the aforesaid sections, the governor of the punjab is pleased to authorise the president of the ..... -operative society. but, the private benefit of a large number of industrial workers becomes public benefit within the meaning of the land acquisition act. in this connection, it may be mentioned that section 17 of the act was amended by the land acquisition (punjab amendment) act (ii of 1954) in these terms - '17(2)(b). whenever in the opinion of the collector it becomes necessary ..... to acquire the immediate possession of any land for the purpose of any library or educational institution or for the construction, extension or .....

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Jan 10 1986 (HC)

Land Acquisition Collector, H.P., P.W.D., Solan and anr. Vs. Jeet Ram

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1987HP71

..... , as originally enacted, had provided for the payment of interest at the rate of 'six percentum' per annum. however, by section 5 of the land acquisition (punjab amendment) act, 1953 (2 of 1954) (hereinafter referred to as 'the punjab act'), which received the assent of the president on jan. 1, 1954 and came into force on and with effect from jan. 9, 1954, the ..... 1984 (hereinafter referred to as the 'the amendment act'). the land acquisition collector, on the other hand, had awarded interest, as aforesaid, on the amount of compensation offered by him, at the rate of ..... 'the gsr'). however by section 9 of the land acquisition (himachal pradesh amendment) act, 1979 (act no. 4 of 1980) (hereinafter referred to as 'the himachal pradesh act'), which received the assent of the presiden t on april 14, 1980 and came into force on and with effect from april 25, 1980, the punjab act, as in force in the areas comprised in himachal ..... of punjab long before the proceedings for acquisition were initiated. the learned district judge has found that the possession was taken on june 1, 1958. on that basis, he awarded interest, as aforesaid, on the entire amount of compensation from june 1, 1959 in purported exercise of the powers conferred by section 28 of the act as amended by the land acquisition (amendment) act, .....

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Mar 08 1956 (HC)

Sm. Kako Bai Vs. the Land Acquisition Collector, Hissar and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1956P& H231

..... , hissar. this order of the collector, however, is open to revision under section 18 sub-section (3) as this sub-section has been added to section 18, land acquisition act fay section 3, land acquisition (punjab amendment) act, 1953 (punjab act 2 of 1954). when this enactment was brought to the notice of the learned counsel for the petitioner he prayed that the petition under article 226 of the constitution ..... do is to decide whether the formalities laid down in 9. 18 have been complied with or not and this decision has now been made subject to revision under the land acquisition (punjab amendment) act, 1953 (act 2 of 1954) in accordance with the provisions of section 115, civil p. c.3. now, the formalities laid down in this section have been fully satisfied in ..... 1955. it appears that this entire land is evacuee land and sm. kako bai is an ..... orderbishan narain, j.1. certain place of land situated in mauza basti bewan, tahsil fatehabad, district hissar, has been acquired by the punjab government for the purpose of constructing a mandi, township and a factory under the land acquisition act and notification under section 4 of the act was issued on 31-1-1955 and the notification under section 6 was issued on 17-2- .....

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Mar 25 1974 (HC)

Raghbir Singh Vs. the Union of India

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1974P& H321

..... could not be allowed at a rate higher than 4 per cent, in view of the amendment in sections 28 and 34 of the act made by the land acquisition (punjab amendment) act, 1953, (punjab act no. 2 of 1954), which came into force on january 9, 1954, and from that ..... the money for payment as compensation. admittedly, the rate of interest applicable to the state of punjab from 1954 onwards till the amendment was made by the land acquisition (haryana amendment) act, 1967, was 4 per cent, per annum and, therefore, the collector could not award ..... the figure '4' in both these sections. the rate of interest was again raised 6 per cent, per annum by the land acquisition (haryana amendment) act, 1967, which came into force with effect from july 1, 1967. it, therefore, follows that interest at the rate of ..... of the land ..... act, ignoring the amendment made by the punjab legislature in 1954. in my opinion, there is no substance in this argument. the rate of interest has to be paid in accordance with the provisions of sections 28 and 34 of the act as applicable to the state in which the acquired land is situated. it has no concern with the government for which the acquisition .....

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Feb 02 1961 (SC)

Satinder Singh and ors. Vs. Amrao Singh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1961SC908; [1961]3SCR676

..... been recognised by s. 32 of the land acquisition act of 1894 has in effect been added by this amending act. 4. in 1953 the punjab requisitioning and acquisition of immovable property act, 1953 (xi of 1953), came into force. section 24 of this act repeals the to earlier acts of 1948 and 1951, and after this act came into force it was the provisions of this act that governed the proceedings relating to the ..... requisitioning and acquisition of immovable properties in punjab. the equitable principle which was ..... inserted in the act of 1948 by the amending act .....

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Jan 21 1974 (SC)

State of Punjab (Now Haryana) and ors. Vs. Amar Singh and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1974SC994; (1974)2SCC70; [1974]3SCR152

..... and 1962. the objects and reasons of punjab act 14 of 1962, which brought in certain significant restrictions on alienations and acquisitions of large landholders starts off in the state- ment of objects thus : "some of the recent judicial pronouncements have the effect of defeating the objectives with which the punjab security of land tenures act, 1953, was enacted and amended from time to time. it was intended ..... that the surplus area of every land-owner recorded as such in the ..... control of the landowner. the two type of involuntary transfers, namely, acquisition of land by government under legal compulsion or by an heir by inheritance which were inserted by the amending act 4 of 1959 in the saving clause of this provision and were later given a retrospective effect from april 15, 1953, are only clarificatory or illustrative of the original intent of the legislature .....

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Feb 14 1974 (HC)

Sucha Singh Bajwa S/O Sadhu Singh Bajwa Vs. the State of Punjab Throug ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1974P& H162

..... 'an act to consolidate and amend the a law relating to a ceiling on land holdings and acquisition of proprietary rights by tenants in land and other ancillary matters in the state of punjab'. in the statement of objects and reasons, it has been pointed out that-'in the state of punjab two enactments, that is, the punjab security of land tenures act, 1953, and the pepsu tenancy and agricultural lands act, 1955 ..... , are in force. the punjab ..... security of land tenures act, 1953, applies only .....

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Feb 04 1961 (HC)

Mohindar Singh and anr. Vs. Balak Ram and anr.

Court : Himachal Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1963HP28

..... of any rights therein have been held to be immune from attack in view of the provisions of article 31-a. the bombay tenancy and agricultural lands (amendment) act (13 of 1956) did not provide for the acquisition by the state of any rights in the estate. its validity and constitutionality was challenged in the case of sri ram ram narain medhi v. state ..... applicant was not at the time of ejectment a tenant to whom the provisions of section 41 of the punjab tenancy act as amended in its application to himachal pradesh by the punjab tenancy (himachal pradesh amendment) act, 1952, could have applied, be restored to possession of such land on the same terms and grounds on which it was held by him at the time of ejectment ..... correct to say that the extinguishment or modification of any such rights should only be in the process of the acquisition by the state of any estate or of any rights therein. the provisions of the punjab security of land tenure act (10 of 1953) as amended by act 11 of 1955 were also held to be protected under article 31a vide atma ram v. state of ..... punjab reported in air 1959 sc 519. in the case of kavalappara kottarathil kochuni v. states of madras and kerala, reported in .....

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Sep 03 1975 (SC)

State of Haryana and ors. Vs. Sampuran Singh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1975SC1952; (1975)2SCC810; [1976]1SCR626; 1975(7)LC817(SC)

..... statement of objects thus:some of the recent judicial pronouncements have the effect of defeating the objectives with which the punjab security of land tenures act, 1953 was enacted and amended from time to time. it was ..... intended that the surplus area of every land-owner recorded as such in ..... on the construction of section 19b of the punjab security of land tenures act, 1953 (act x of 1953) (for short, the act). this legislation was enacted to bring about an agrarian re-ordering so pivotal to the progress of our rural economy. haryana, happily a granary of our country, is one of the state where land reform laws are likely to generate great changes ..... from the commencement of the act, viz., april 19 1953.9. in the context it is convenient to except the observations of this court in amar singh air 1974 sc 994; 996, at p. 999:.the objects and reasons of punjab act 14 of 1962, which brought in certain significant restrictions on alienations and acquisitions of large land-holders starts off in the .....

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