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Jan 28 1977 (HC)

Kewal Krishan Puri and anr. Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1977P& H347

..... every one hundred rupees. later on, section 23 had been the subject-matter of several amendments. by the punjab agricultural produce markets (amendment) act, 1969 (punjab act no. 25 of 1969), copy annexure p.1, the market fee was fixed at re. 1.00 per one hundred rupees. by the punjab agricultural produce markets (amendment) act, 1973 (punjab act no. 28 of 1973), copy annexure p.2, the rate of market fee was ..... . these canteens are proposed to be run on no-profit no-loss basis to provide reasonable facilities to the farmers and dealers in the market area. the estimated cost of land and buildings is expected to be more than rs. 5/- lakhs. besides the above, the answering-respondent has undertaken the cleaning of mandis, lining of village khals (water courses), link ..... including the re-lation of landlord and tenant and the collection of rents, transfer and alienation of agricultural land, land improvement and agricultural loans, colonization.' 13. according to the learned counsel, the act falls within entry 28 of list ii of seventh schedule and that the aforesaid provisions of section 26 could not be the subject-matter of legislation under entry 28 as .....

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Nov 12 1964 (HC)

Bhag Singh and ors. Vs. Jawahar Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1965P& H321

..... any dispute or matter with respect to which any such suit might be instituted. then there is section 50-a, which was inserted by the amending act (punjab act no. 5 of 1929) and is as follows:'50-a. no person whose ejectment has been ordered by a revenue court under section 45, ..... plaintiffs for setting up a claim to ownership of the land. the trial court interpreted that agreement against the plaintiffs' claim of ownership. as regards the pre-emption decree it appears that consequent upon certain amendment effected in the punjab pre-emption act, 1960(punjab act no. 10 of 1960) the pre-emotion decree became ..... his tenancy a right to sue a civil court although he had unsuccessfully sued under section 45. the decision gave rise of the amendment of the act in 1929 by addition of section 50--a. now this section creates a bar to a civil suit by a person whose ejectment ..... apparently contradictory observations in the various judicial pronouncements relating to the true scope and effect of sections 77 and 50 of the punjab tenancy act (hereinafter called the act). the difficulty is enhanced by the fact that none of the precedents brought to our notice is directly on the precedents brought ..... anfractuous. it was in view of these averments that issue no. 1 was framed calling upon the plaintiffs to prove that they were the owners of the suit land and the learned .....

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Feb 18 1963 (HC)

Nabha Rice and Oil Mills, Nabha Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1963P& H549; [1963]14STC559(P& H)

..... could be issued under section 6 of the punjab act which section was capable of enforcement. this argument was repelled by the bench ..... is that in the bench decision of this court already cited the entire act was held to be void. in that judgment, an argument was raised on behalf of the-state that even before the amending act (punjab-act no. xix of 1952) which amended section 5 of the punjab act and removed the infirmity of excessive delegation, the impugned notification in that case ..... the necessary missing requirement this section could not be revived. the subject-matter of the punjab act viz., sales tax and purchase tax as also that of the amending act seem to me to be clearly within the scope of the legislative authority of the punjab state legislature, and indeed contra has not been seriously contended at the bar. the infirmity ..... amendment) act 1958 : act no. vii of 1958. this amending act amended section 4 of the principal act and also, introduced definition of 'purchase' by inserting section 2(ff). the definitions of the term 'turnover' in section 2(i) and 'dealer' in section 2(d) of the principal act were also suitably amended. in 1959, certain other amendments made by the punjab legislature in the definition of 'purchase' by punjab act .....

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Jun 02 1982 (HC)

Jai Singh and anr. Vs. N.A. Subramaniam and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1982P& H407; [1985]58CompCas653(P& H)

..... it would be appropriate to refer to certain relevant provisions of the act and the rule.11. sections 110 to 110-f and section 111-a of the act were added to the principal act of 1939 by the various provisions contained in the amendment act (no. 100 of 1956). section 110 provide for the constitution of ..... the claims tribunal, as part of their implied or ancillary powers, even in the absence of an express provision to that effect in the act. the power to grant amendment of the pleadings must, in my judgment be regarded as inherent in all tribunals or authorities which are charged by the law with the ..... powers vested in a civil court which may be exercised by a claims tribunal and in exercise of the power conferred by section 111-a of the act, the punjab motor accidents claims tribunal rules. 1964, have been framed.12. at this stage, reference may also be made to r. 20 to which our ..... aggrieved by an award of claims tribunal. section 110-e provides for recovery from the insurer of compensation money awarded by the tribunal as arrears of land revenue. section 110-f excludes, where a claims tribunal has been constituted for any area, the jurisdiction of the civil court to entertain any question ..... . khurana and major y. bisaria were going towards the airport, chandigarh, in a military staff car driven by sepoy-driver p. mohammad on november 7, 1969, when the staff car met with an accident with a private car no. ch--1104, which was being driven by sham singh respondent and was owned by .....

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Feb 10 1960 (HC)

Durga Parshad Vs. Custodian of Evacuee Property 'P' Block, New Delhi a ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1960P& H341

..... august 1949 the government of india (third) amendment act, 1949, was enacted by which entry 31b was added in the concurrent list iii of the seventh schedule in the government of india act of 1935 as adapted. the entry which was inserted was to the following effect:--'custody, management and disposal of property (including agricultural land) declared by law to be evacuee property'.then ..... well settled and in accordance therewith, 'it could right be held that the legislation falls also under entry no. 18. but there being an entry no. 36 specifically dealing with acquisition, and in view of our conclusion as to the nature of the legislation, we hold that it falls under the entry'. that court has yet to bear another principle in ..... the instance of the custodian from time to time. in section 8(2) of the act of 1947 all sales etc., were to be set aside if the application was made within three months of the coming into force of the east punjab evacuees' (administration of property)(second amendment) ordinance, 1948, or the date of the sale etc., whichever was later. section 15 ..... to give a brief history of the evacuee legislation from the very beginning. the act of 1947 received the assent of the governor-general on 12th december, 1947 and was first published in the east punjab gazette extraordinary dated 13th december, 1947. by section 23 it repealed the east punjab evacuees (administration of property) ordinance, 1957.it was extended to delhi and remained .....

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Jul 20 1994 (HC)

Baljit Singh Vs. Jot Ram

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1994)108PLR261

..... likely to fail was that the plaintiff bad not sought possession of the disputed property and for which he had already been permitted to amend the plaint and act the relief of possession. the suit remained pending for five years and the plaintiff examined as many as five witnesses before moving application for ..... failed to pay the costs within the time allowed. as a result thereof, learned trial court by order dated august 6, 1990 rejected the prayer for amendment. the plaintiff after examining few witnesses moved an application seeking review of the order dated august 6, 1990. this application was dismissed by order dated august ..... this court ind.a.v., college, hoshiarpur society v. sarvada nand anglo sanskrit higher secondary school, managing committee, bassi kalan, a.i.r. 1967 punjab 501, held that if the court found the plaintiff to be out of possession and that the suit was not in proper form and, therefore, not maintainable ..... decree dated may 30, 1986 suffered by him by fraud and mis-representation and that he continued to be the owner in possession of the suit land. the defendant filed written statement. it was pleaded that decree dated may 30, 1986 was valid and binding on the plaintiff. it was further pleaded ..... that in view of the said decree, the defendant was owner in possession of the suit land and that the suit in the present form was not maintainable. during the pendency of the suit, the plaintiff moved an application dated march 6, .....

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Jan 21 2000 (HC)

Shiv Ram Vs. Smt. Bimla Devi and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (2000)125PLR799

..... and the plaintiff was allowed to amend the plaint and claim possession of the suit land.3. the case set up by the plaintiff before the trial court was that defendants no.2 and 3 are the sons of parkash lal, deceased ..... limitation or not. learned counsel for the plaintiff appellant has submitted that limitation for filing such suit is twelve years, because the plaintiff is claiming possession over the suit land and the amendment sought has been allowed, so the plaintiff can institute such suit within twelve years and hence it is submitted that the suit of the plaintiff is not barred by ..... lal died during the pendency of the suit and his l.rs. were impleaded. during the pendency of the appeal before the first appellate court an application for amendment of plaint was filed by the plaintiff and the said application under order 6 rule 10 c.p.c. was allowed by the first appellate court on 15.10.1998 ..... of the plaint for consideration of rs. 16,000/-. these mortgage deeds were not recorded under the punjab redemption of mortgages act. though the plaintiff has been in possession of the suit land as owner, but the defendant was able to secure the possession of the suit land, so relief of possession was also claimed. it was further alleged that the defendants asserted their .....

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Sep 22 1999 (HC)

Norata Singh and ors. Vs. Gram Panchayat (Sabha) of Village Narsali an ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (2000)124PLR216

..... and the amended section is as follows:-bar of jurisdiction of civil courts:no civil court shall have jurisdiction ..... , of the considered view that the intention of the legislature was clearly for giving retrospective effect to the amendment.14. in view of the above discussion the suit is clearly barred under section 13 of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961, and the issue is decided in favour of the defendant against the plaintiff.'6. aggrieved by the ..... and the gram panchayat was fully competent to give the land under the punjab village common lands (regulation) act', 1961 and it has been also asserted that the plaintiffs have no right to file the suit because the land in dispute comes under the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961 (hereinafter called 'the act') and the gram panchayat is fully competent to give the ..... act and thus dismissed the suit for the reasons given in paras nos. 10 to 14 of the judgment, which are reproduced as under:-'10. the stand taken by the panchayat, however, is that the land in dispute comes under the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961, and, therefore, the civil court has no jurisdiction.11. section 13 of the aforesaid act has been amended .....

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Feb 05 2003 (HC)

Om Parkash Vs. Uda Ram and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (2003)134PLR56

..... pendency of the appeal the right of pre-emption of a co-sharer has been taken away by the amendment introduced by the government of haryana vide haryana amendment act, 1995 to the parent act i.e. punjab pre-emption act, 1913, as applicable to the state of haryana, and, therefore, the plaintiff-appellant has lost is superior ..... the appellant by holding that he has no superior right of pre-emption which has been taken away through the amendment in the punjab pre-emption act, 1913 incorporated by the government of haryana vide amendment act published in the gazette notification dated 17.5.1995.2. the brief facts of the case are that plaintiff ..... om parkash filed a suit for possession by way of pre-emption of the land measuring 28 kanals 8 marla being 1/8th share of the land ..... has no right to pre-empt the suit land.' moreover, in (1996-2)113 p.l.r. ..... that he was a co-sharer in the land because the learned trial court has held him not to be a co-sharer in the suit land, but then also he has no right of pre-emption in view of latest amendment in the punjab pre-emption act because according to the same a co-sharer .....

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Dec 10 1993 (HC)

Sukdev Chand Vs. Vishnu Dutt

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1994)108PLR602

..... another litigation which would not be in the interest of either the landlord or the tenant. however, it is not denied that the application for amendment was filed after prolonged delay and the court below was under an obligation to compensate the other side by awarding appropriate costs. except the awarding ..... requirement for his son and son-in-law vide order impugned in this petition. it has been argued on behalf of the tenant that the amendment sought to be made was intended to substitute a new suit which was beyond the scope of order 6, rule 17 of the code. ..... or the nature of the litigation. :3. in the instant case, the landlord had filed a petition under section 13 of the east punjab urban rent restriction act for the eviction of the petitioner-tenant from the premises in dispute originally on the grounds of arrears of rent, nuisance and material impairment ..... . 484 that the object of the rule was to decide the rights of the parties and not to punish them for their mistakes by allowing amendment of the pleadings in appropriate cases. the exercise of the power though discretionary yet is circumscribed by judicial considerations. it is acknowledged position of law ..... a suit for permanent injunction restraining the defendant from interfering in possession an application seeking permission to amend the plaint was filed by stating that the tenant had taken forcible possession of the land in dispute during the pendency of the suit and the plaintiff sought permission to seek the relief of .....

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