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Feb 07 1975 (HC)

Delhi Simla Catholic Archdiocese Vs. State of Uttar Pradesh and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-07-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Delhi251

..... that the delhi land reforms act does not apply to the area where the land in question, which has been acquired for a canal, is situate, mr.watel pointed out that according to section 2 (1) of the same act the punjab tenancy act 1887 ..... language of section 1(2)(c) the delhi land reforms act, 1954, would not apply to the areas held and occupied for a public purpose or a work of public utility and declared as such by the chief commissioner or acquired under the land acquisition act, 1894, or any other enactment other than this act, relating to acquisition of land for a public purpose. even in the view ..... to the tenor, any rule of law, statute or enactment to the contrary notwithstanding.4. the state of u. p. had amended sections 2 and 3 of the government grants act, 1895 by the state amending act (xiii of 1960). by reason of the said amendment the provisions of the transfer of property act, 1882 were not to apply to government grants; the u. p. tenancy ..... saheb, : [1964]6scr642 and lakhi ram ram das v. m/s. vidyat cable and rubber industry, (1969) 2 scwr 658. i have, thereforee, to proceed only on the footing that the petitioner was granted a lease of the land despite reference to the government grants act and the right of entry being provided.9. i am unable to see how a state can .....

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May 30 1975 (HC)

Rattan Lal Vs. Vardesh Chander and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-30-1975

Reported in : ILR1975Delhi628

..... or a denial of the landlord's title.' the question ultimately turned on the construction of the statement filed on behalf of the appellant before the land acquisition officer and if it amounted to a disclaimer or not. the supreme court in that case was, thereforee, concerned with the part of clause (g ..... notice in writing to the lease of) his his intention to determine the lease.' it may, however, be pointed out that before its amendment by the transfer of property (amendment) act, 1929 (20 of 1929), there was no provision in clause (g) of a notice in writing by the lesser to the lessee of ..... consider the apparent conflict between the two decisions in sakunthailammal(22) and arrived at the same conclusion. in somati parkash(23), a division bench of punjab high court held on the authority of namdeo lokman lodhi (supra) (1) that the suit was not liable to fail for want of notice of ..... supra) (8). the observations of the supreme court in the case of rai brij raj krishna (supra) (5) were, thereforee, approved while that of punjab high court in hem chand (7) was neither approved nor disapproved but a veiled doubt was cast on its correctness when their lordships observed that their lordships ..... liable to be evicted or not and as to the conditions under which it could be done. considerable confusion was created because of the two punjab high court decisions because following these decisions it was understood in delhi at one time that no notice terminating the tenancy was necessary with the .....

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Sep 16 1975 (HC)

Ramesh Chandra and ors. Vs. the Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-16-1975

Reported in : ILR1976Delhi633

..... knowledge of the decision of 1966 and of the statutory amendment of 1968. secondly, the decisions cited by the petitioners in support of this argument have no application to the delay involved in filing a writ petition. these decisions relate to the construction of the proviso to section 18 of the land acquisition act, 1894 which is as follows : 'provided that every such application ..... was not an ordinary one but was based on the peculiar context of the words in the proviso to section 18. in raja harish chandra rai singh v. the deputy land acquisition officer and another, : [1962]1scr676 the supreme court observed that the award was not a decision but only an offer and, thereforee, unless and until it was actually or constructively ..... constitution. the question was answered in the affirmative in the judgments of the majority judges led by hidayatullah, c.j. in messrs tilokchand motichand and others v. h. b. munshi, : [1969]2scr824 . it was observed that : 'theparty aggrieved must move the court at the earliest possible time and explain satisfactorily all semblance of delay.'thereason is the same as underlies the ..... not only if the delivery of the award but also of the award itself. thereforee, the supreme court in state of punjab v. mst. qaisar jehan begam and another, : [1964]1scr971 observed as follows: 'havingregard to the scheme of the act we think that knowledge of the award must mean knowledge of the essential contents of the award.'(17) this was why .....

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Dec 18 1975 (HC)

Bahadur Singh Etc. Vs. Union of India

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-18-1975

Reported in : ILR1976Delhi375

..... 27th february, 1969 (3), a contention was raised that the development act as originally enacted impliedly repealed the provisions of the act in regard to all acquisitions made for the purposes of planned development of delhi with the result that the amendment act, 1963, could not revive or infuse life into these provisions of the land acquisition act for the purposes of validating the acquisition proceedings under the land acquisition act, relying on ..... that locality.(75) the petitioners next contended that the notification was bad in that khasra numbers of the land sought to be acquired were not mentioned. for this submission reliance was placed on case jagdish ram and others v. the state of punjab and another, air 1971 p& h 139(17). in that case notification under section 4 was issued to the ..... effect that land within the municipal limits of anandpur sahib (comprising of thousands of acres) together with some area outside it was .....

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Mar 14 1975 (HC)

The State of Andhra Pradesh Vs. New Delhi Municipal Committee

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Mar-14-1975

Reported in : AIR1975Delhi223; ILR1975Delhi84

..... of the constitution of india must be read as excluding the union territories because clause (4) as it stands today was amended by the constitution (seventh amendment) act, 1956. before the said amendment the expression 'part a, part b states' was used which was later substituted by the expression 'states' the territories then ..... that meaning. article 246 was one of the articles pointed out by his lordship. it was also pointed out that after the constitution (seventh amendment) act. 1956 india became a union of states and the territories thereof specified in the first schedule. clause (2) of article 1 then provides for ..... power of the president expired on the expiry of three velars from the date of the commencement of the constitution. since the constitution (seventh amendment) act, 1956 brought about changes in the constitution, which in term would have to be translated into the existing laws, power had to be ..... the geographic territory of the then india known as punjab. it is true that the continuation of this act subsequently after the government of india act. 1935 gave it the stamp of state legislative enactment and it is the state legislature which amended it from time to time and it may, thereforee ..... on the activities of the center and not on the activities of the states. sources of revenue allocated to the states, like taxes on land and other kinds of immovable property, have been allocated to the states alone. the constitution-makers realized the fact that those sources of revenue .....

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Jul 16 1975 (HC)

Gian Chand Dhawan and anr. Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Jul-16-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Delhi83

..... receipts executed by the petitioners did not mention that the payment was being received under protest. on february 9, 1969 the petitioners sought reference of the matter under section 18(1) of the act for determination. the applications were turned down by the land acquisition collector by the order now sought to be impugned, on the ground that in as much as the receipts ..... of the making of the award and seeks support from two decisions of the supreme court in the case of state of punjab v. mst. qaisar jehan begum, : [1964]1scr971 and raja harish chandra raj singh v. the deputy land acquisition officer, : [1962]1scr676 . shri dixit, however, contends that in as much as there was public notice both under sections 4 and ..... section 31. learned counsel strongly relied on the decision of the calcutta high court in suresh chandra roy v. the land acquisition collector, chinsurah. : air1964cal283 , the decision of mysore high court in k. krishna rao (supra) and the two decisions of the punjab high court referred to above. by way of preliminary objections, learned counsel contended that in the first instance. the ..... the question had been considered notably mrs. thomas v. the collector of madras. air 1958 mad 186: jaswant singh v. state of punjab, ; smt. kailash devi v. state of haryana. air 1971 pun 353 and k. krishna rao v. land acquisition officer and revenue divisional officer. coondapur, south kanara. air 1960 kar 264 and argued that the aforesaid decisions were distinguishable and in .....

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May 30 1975 (HC)

Kangra Valley Slate Company Ltd., India Vs. the Union of ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-30-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Delhi51

..... : air1959ap485 the state government has power to carry on trade or business as prescribed by article 298 of the constitution as amended in its , form by the seventh amendment act, 1956 and, a private individual cannot question the right of government to deal with mineral resources in the state in the ..... in the order dated april 19, 1972 where it held that once a notification making the area available for regrant was issued by the punjab government the state government could not turn down the application on the ground that a had changed its mind and had decided to work ..... of haryana duly constituted by the parliament of india after following the appropriate provisions of the constitution inherits from the erstwhile government of punjab such rights and liabilities as were apportioned to it under the reroganisation order'.the order further said:'however, this plea made one thing clear ..... 1ra and, manethi, telisil rewari, district gurgaon. on february 9, 1962, the then state of punjab invited a0plications for grant. of mining lease with respect to an area of 671 bighas of land in the aforesaid villages. respondent no. 3 diwan singh sethi filed his application for the grant of ..... within, whose jurisdiction the lands fell, the central government extended the time for consideration of the applications to july 31, 1969. on a statement that the applications will be considered by july 31, 1969, the writ petition was dismissed as infructuous. by order dated july 19, 1969 the state of haryana .....

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Feb 17 1975 (HC)

Ved Mitra Vs. Globe Motors Limited

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-17-1975

Reported in : [1978]48CompCas64(Delhi); ILR1975Delhi123

..... (said to represent the sahu jain group). mr. ved vyasa points out that the proposal of the punjab national bank ltd. had not been correctly represented because it did not incorporate the further amendment made by the punjab national bank ltd. (to its original proposal) concerning the possibilities of appeal against the sanctioning of a new ..... supreme court in m/s. j. k. (bombay pvt. ltd. v. m/s. new kaiser-i-hind spinning and weaving co. ltd., and others : [1969]2scr866 did not lay down anything to suggest that a scheme lapsed on the expiry of the period mentioned in it. after the above (and on many other points arising ..... of rs. 20 lakhs provided as guarantee was utilised by the company for meeting its liabilities under the scheme. andley, j. by his order dated 24-10-1969 found that v. k. mundhra's liability to provide bank guarantee for rs. 20 lakhs was already reduced to rs. 15 lakhs after paying the first installment. ..... in the circumstances of the case.' (3) the scheme dated 24-2-69 was sanctioned by hardyal hardy, j. (as he then was) on 31-5-1969. and modified to some extent on 3-2-1970 by s. n. andley, j. (as he then was). the scheme, itself provided that it may be ..... by the creditors and sanctioned by this court on 31-5-1969 in the matter of globe motors limited, the question, what further steps should be taken and directions, if any, given under section 392(2) of the companies act, 1956 (hereinafter called the act), has now arisen for consideration. it will be necessary to read .....

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Aug 14 1975 (HC)

Mary Assumption Trinidade Etc. Vs. Vincent Manuel Trinidade and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-14-1975

Reported in : ILR1976Delhi95

..... , and that the high court exercising any other original jurisdiction would fall within the definition of district judge'. in the meanwhile, however, the indian succession act had been amended by act 18 of 1929 by the addition of clause (bb) of section 2. and that is why the bench to which the case was referred felt relieved ..... ordinary original civil jurisdiction in every suit the value of which exceeds fifty thousand rupees and, thereforee, to that extent, after coming into force of the aforesaid act as amended, this court has become the principal civil court of original jurisdiction, as held by this court in the case of bakshi lochan singh (supra), but the ..... and other jurisdiction, as under the law in force immediately before the appointed day, is exercisable in respect of the said territories by the high court of punjab. (2) notwithstanding anything contained in any law for the time being in force, the high court of delhi shall also have in respect of the said ..... ; t. j. george s/o thattil joseph v. mrs. lucy kochuvarred, : air1963ker188 ; justiniano augusto da p. barreto etc. v. antonio vicente de fonseca etc., air 1969 goa 124 and .(27) the basic question that requires consideration, thereforee, is whether the testator had, at the time of his death, any property in goa and as to ..... h.l. anand, j.(1) this judgment would dispose of two connected appeals, being f.a.os. 58 and 59 of 1969, and c.ms. 27 of 1971, 627 of 1971 and 608 of 1973 in the former and c.m. 644 or 1973 in the latter .....

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Sep 15 1975 (HC)

Bharti Nayyar Vs. Union of India and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Sep-15-1975

Reported in : ILR1977Delhi23; 1977RLR312

..... an order of detention was made on or after the 25th day of june, 1975 but before the commencement of the maintenance of internal security (amendment) ordinance 1975, shall, unless such person is sooner released from detention, be reviewed within fifteen days from such commencement by the appropriate government for ..... of schedule 1 of the acquisition of land (authorisation procedure) act, 1946) which gave finality to such orders did not postulate only lawful orders or those made in good faith. lords reid and somerville of harrow dissented. in the subsequent case of anisminic, ltd. v. the foreign compensation commission, 1969 (1) all e.r. ..... not prepared to go as far as the holding in smith. mudholkar, j. spoke for the majority in the above manner in somawanti v. state of punjab : [1963]2scr774 . on the merits the petitions, which were filed under article 32 were dismissed. subba rao, j. (as he than was) dissented ..... was, however made therein to the observation of hidayatullah, j. (as he then was) in ram manohar lohia's case (not makkan singh v. state of punjab, a.i.r. 1964 s.c. 380 (30), as incorrectly noticed that the president (when he issued the ordinance of 1962) 'did not make lawless ..... the constitution since the order was not supported by any valid legislation. the observations of mukherjea. c.j. in ram jawaya kapur v. state of punjab : [1955]2scr225 , which were relied upon as enabling the state to issue executive orders without legislation, were explained as having been made in the .....

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