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Mar 13 1975 (HC)

Devinder Kaur Vs. Ludhiana Improvement Trust, Ludhiana Through Its Cha ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-13-1975

Reported in : AIR1975P& H241

..... has been constituted to decide whether the mode of determining compensation prescribed by the amendment in the provisions of section 23 of the land acquisition act, 1894 (hereinafter referred to as the acquisition act), by section 59 of the punjab town improvement act (hereinafter referred to as the improvement act), results in discrimination where the land of a citizen is acquired for the purposes of the improvement ..... act. another point for consideration is whether the non-provision of a right of appeal ..... was bound to award in addition to the market value 15 per cent, solatium under section 23(2) of the land acquisition act. but by acquiring the lands under the land acquisition act as modified by the schedule to the madras city improvement trust act 37 of 1950 for the improvement trust which also is a public purpose, the owners are, it is claimed, ..... of the iii division bench. the learned judge directed that the eight writ petitions before him should also be placed before that bench. thus nine writ petitions (nos. 3276 of 1969, 2319, 2474, 2523, 2609, 2611, 2612, 2629 and 3013 of 1970) came up for hearing before the bench consisting of d. k. mahajan and gopal singh, jj. .....

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Mar 07 1975 (SC)

The Godavari Sugar Mills Ltd. Vs. S.B. Kamble and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-07-1975

Reported in : AIR1975SC1193; (1975)1SCC696; [1975]3SCR885

..... sought to be acquired under the land acquisition (madras amendment) act, 1961 could not be related to agrarian reform. it is significant that this court in that case dealt with the acquisition of land for development of the area as 'neighborhood' in the city of madras for housing schemes.27. in the case of ranjit singh and ors. v. state of punjab and ors. : [1965]1scr82 this ..... undertaking under the principal act.8. amending act 27 of 1970 was published on may 19, 1970. the long preamble of the act reads as under :whereas, section 28 of the maharashtra agricultural lands ..... . 19. in the case of ramanlal gulab chand shah etc. v. state of gujarat and ors. : [1969]1scr42 . hidayatullah c.j. also dealt with a similar question and observed :the first question to consider is the vires of the addition to section 65 by the amending act, which addition has been shown in the section quoted already. this matter has to be considered ..... of the third schedule. clause 3 of the third schedule provided for the formation or a committee for fixation of the fair price.7. on july 26, 1969 amending act 37 of 1969 was published. the amending act made changes in the third schedule and provided for the setting up of a board for fixation of the fair price of the raw material supplied to an .....

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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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Aug 26 1975 (HC)

Ram Sarup S/O Tule Ram JaIn Agarwal Vs. Ram Chander and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-26-1975

Reported in : AIR1976P& H246

..... supra), this sale cannot be attacked by ram chander landlord on the ground that it violates the provisions of section 16 (1) of the punjab alienation of land act. the decision of the trial court on issue no. 7 is, therefore, reversed and this issue is decided against the defendant.17. ram ..... treated as evacuee property, but no orders were passed on the application until october, 1951, when the punjab alienation of land act ceased to exist because it was repealed by the adaptation of laws (third amendment) order, 1951. the deputy commissioner then passed an order rejecting the application and holding that the ..... 8-4-1943 and judgment of the financial commissioner dated 1-5-1948? 7. whether the sale in dispute is against the provisions of the punjab alienation land act, if so to what effect ? 8. whether the objection of the plaintiff regarding jurisdiction is barred by res judicata 7. the senior sub ..... alleged that the sale in favour of the plaintiff ram sarup by the official receiver was invalid, as it violated the provisions of the punjab land alienation act, because ram sarup plaintiff was a non-agriculturist whereas the occupancy tenant was an agriculturist. on these pleadings of the parties, the following ..... the sale by the official receiver in favour of ram sarup of the occupancy rights of khasra no. 1525 in dispute was voidable. the punjab alienation of land act no. 13 of 1900 was repealed with effect from april 4, 1951. admittedly, this sale in favour of the plaintiff ram sarup was .....

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Sep 03 1975 (SC)

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

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-03-1975

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

..... 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 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 the ..... singh who owned 450 bighas and 9 biswas of land, acting with forsight, gifted half of it to his mother in 1951, perhaps with a premonition of coming restrictions by way of ceiling ownership. we ..... some of his excess lands and look slim as a small holder before the law. language permitting the court as interpretor, must fulfil, not frustrate, the legislative mission.factuel silhouette5. at this stage it is appropriate to set out the facts in the two appeals which are not in dispute and speak for themselves.c.a. 123 of 1969 :6. one sampuran .....

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Jan 23 1975 (HC)

Partap Singh Kadian Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-23-1975

Reported in : AIR1975P& H324

..... khanna, jj., in m/s chanan ram jagan nath v. the state of punjab, air 1965 punj 74, further observed:-- '* * * the language of section 3 of essential commodities act remains the same what it was before the emergency was declared and there has been no change or amendment in that section. in the circumstances it is not possible to hold that the ..... restrictions on the fundamental right under article 19. it suffices to notice the following pithy observations of their lordships in ramanlal gulabchand shah v. the state of gujarat, air 1969 sc 168:--'a person is entitled to hold and enjoy his property as he thinks best. if regard is to be had for the benefits of society a clear ..... for the operations on his farm. in para. 4 of the petition further details regarding the expenditure for harvesting, hoeing, seeds, repair of machinery, fuel, fertilizers, rent of land, labour and management, depreciation and interest etc., are specified wherefrom originally a rather tall claim of the cost of the production of one quintal of wheat has been ultimately reduced ..... food corporation of india) order, 1966; the foodgrains movement restrictions (exemption of certified seeds) order, 1966; roller mills wheat products (ex mills) price control order, 1969; inter zonal wheat and wheat products (movement control) order, 1969; foodgrains movement restriction (exemption of seeds) order, 1971; imported foodgrains (prohibition of unauthorized sale) order, 1971; roller mills wheat products (ex mills) price control .....

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Oct 29 1975 (HC)

Rikhi Ram and ors. Vs. the State of Haryana and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-29-1975

Reported in : AIR1976P& H196

..... behalf of some dealers, the fame division bench vide judgment dated february 14, 1975, declined to strike down the wheat dealers licensing and price control (fourth amendment) order, 1974, by which the wholesale dealers (of punjab) were required to sell all their stocks of wheat in excess of a certain limit, to the government at a fixed price and a restriction was ..... ) of the constitution of india. (iii) the price control order issued by the haryana government on june 26, 1973, is arbitrary and is ultra vires of section 3 of the act inasmuch as there is no fair margin of profit left for the dealer and this in turn tantamount to eliminating the appellants from their trade. the order is, therefore, violative ..... is annexure 'c' to the writ petition. this order was issued by the haryana government on june 20, 1973, in exercise of the powers conferred by section 3 of the act, read with the orders enabling the haryana government to legislate in these matters with the prior concurrence of the central government. in the body of the writ petition, the legality ..... order. a detailed reference was made in the writ petition to some orders issued in exercise of the powers conferred under section 3 of the essential commodities act, 1955 (hereinafter referred to as the act), other than the price control order referred to above. the first one is the inter-zonal wheat and wheat products (movement control) order, 1973 (for brevity, the .....

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Nov 11 1975 (SC)

Balwant Singh Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-11-1975

Reported in : AIR1976SC230; 1976CriLJ291; (1976)1SCC425; [1976]2SCR684; 1976(8)LC66(SC)

..... sentence was the rule and awarding of a lesser sentence was an exception and the court had to state the reasons for not passing the sentence of death. by the amending act 26 of 1955 the said provision was deleted. thereafter it was left to the direction of the court, on the facts of each case, to pass the sentence of death ..... and proper to abolish the death penalty altogether but there has been a gradual swing against the imposition of such penalty. under the crpc, 1898 as it stood before the amendment by act 26 of 1955, sub-section (5) of section 367 required:if the accused is convicted of an offence punishable with death, and the court sentences him to any punishment ..... decisions of this court in which the trials were held under the old code. it wrongly relied upon the principle of extenuating circumstances a principle which was applicable after the amendment of the old code from january 1, 1956 until the coming into force of the new code from april 1, 1974. in our judgment there is no special reason nor ..... appeal was convicted under section 302 of the penal code and sentenced to death by the trial court. he conviction and sentence have been confirmed by the high court of punjab and haryana. special leave to appeal was granted by this court limited to the question of sentence only. we have, therefore, to see whether on the facts of this case .....

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