Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Nov-27-1975
Reported in : AIR1976SC373; (1976)1SCC354; 1976(8)LC68(SC)
..... became the sole landlord and owner of the property. after this, the complainant had an additional reason to request l.d. jaisinghani, the advocate, to file a petition for the amendment of the plaint so that he may figure as the sole plaintiff and also apply to the court for payment of rents. the advocate agreed to do this. nevertheless, he ..... within six months of its receipt by the state bar council it was transferred to the disciplinary committee of the bar council of india under section 36b of the advocates act, 1961 for disposal.2. the complaint alleged as follows:he was the co-owner with two others of certain premises of which one of the tenants was m/s. hindustan ..... 1964 would come up for hearing. the advocate used to tell him that it would come up any day during 1969 to 1970. in all this period, neither the defendant corporation was remitting any rents nor depositing anything in court. during 1969 to 1970, the complainant requested the advocate to move the. court for payment of rents by the corporation. but, the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Jul-15-1975
Reported in : 101ITR112(P& H)
..... was at liberty to adduce evidence in that behalf. she further informed him that under section 132 of the act, it was for him to explain the sources as well as the year of acquisition of the cash, the jewellery and other valuable articles found in his possession. the relevant information was ordered ..... does not carry the case of the respondents any further. it indicates that respondent no. 2 had reasons to, believe that the leading advocates of punjab mentioned therein were not showing their total income correctly from year to year, etc., etc. there is no indication whatsoever of the information on the ..... 03,810 1973-74 1,70,500 1,20,300 gross receipts shown low. needs investigation by getting records or briefs.wealth showing a downward trend.1969-703,30,622reason for this fall.1973-7491,267(sd.) s. n. mathur.'80. the total information relied upon has been derived from the ..... according to the exigencies of the occasion.43. in income-tax officer, special investigation circle b, meerut v. seth brothers, : 74itr836(sc) while interpreting section 132 of the act, the court observed as under :'the section does not confer any arbitrary authority upon the revenue officers. the commissioner or the director ..... . when the revenue defends the validity of a taxing statute on the basis of the safeguards accepted as adequate by the highest court of the land, then it is bound to provide all these safeguards in their letter and spirit to those against whom action is taken under that statute. any .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Feb-14-1975
Reported in : AIR1975P& H210
..... self-cultivation and filed her choice in form 'e' as required under section 5(b) read with section 19 (b) of the act, read with the provisions of punjab security of land tenures rules (hereinafter referred to as the rules) on august 28. 1958 within the prescribed period. however, on september 12. 1960. ..... be presumed that she in fact did not exercise her right of reservation qr selection and when she was declared big landowner on march 12, 1969 she in fact had a right of reservation or selection of her permissible area which right was not allowed to be exercised by her.a ..... by him vide his order dated oct. 21, 1969. copy of which is annexure 'm' with the writ petition. the present writ petition under arts. 226 and 227 of the constitution of india was ..... the collector was challenged in appeal by the petitioner before the commissioner, ambala division. ambala. who dismissed the appeal vide his order dated august 22, 1969 copy of which is annex. 'k' with the writ petition. the revision petition filed by the petitioner before the learned financial commissioner was also dismissed ..... his order dated august 23, 1968. copy of which if annexure 'f' with the writ petition.3. consequently, due to remand order. on march 12. 1969. the collector surplus area. bhiwani. passed an order, copy of which is annexure 'g' with the writ petition, holding that the petitioner was a big .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Mar-31-1975
Reported in : AIR1976P& H30
..... 153/67 spe ambala f. i. r. no. 44/66, by the court of shri s. k. jain, special judicial magistrate 1st class, punjab, patiala, on march 20, 1969. in connection with submission of false medical reimbursement claims by him.i, the undersinged, now, therefore, dismiss shri om parkash son of shri charanjit rai ..... null and void. in this connection it may be stated that the rules of natural justice do not form part of the law of the land, they only supplement the law and do not supplant it. if a statute specifically provides that a hearing need not be given to an employee ..... 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 ..... 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 ..... disturb industrial peace for a period of two years. in reply to the allegation that each punishing authority prescribed under the service regulations did not act on his own judgment, while passing the orders of termination of services of the petitioners, but such orders were passed in pursuance of the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Jul-17-1975
Reported in : 104ITR389(P& H)
..... to see that the same can be reasonably believed to be undisclosed property. similar view was expressed in balwant singh v. r. d. shah, director of inspection, income-tax  71 itr 580. 9. since the authorised officer has to form an opinion before seizing the particular ornaments, jewellery, etc., found during the search, that the said particular ornaments ..... jewellery or other valuable article or thing represents either wholly or partly income or property which has not been disclosed for the purposes of the indian income-tax act, 1922, or this act (hereinafter in the section referred to as the undisclosed income or property), he may authorise any deputy director of inspection, inspecting assistant commissioner, assistant director of ..... had issued warrants of authorisation to search the premises and seized the ornaments, etc., under the dictates of higher authorities for extraneous considerations, including political influences. they treated the acts of the authorised officers in placing the jewellery, ornaments, etc., in two boxes, and placing the same with locks and seals on, in the godrej almirah on june 6 ..... petition may be briefly stated as under: in pursuance of the authorisation issued by the director of inspection (respondent no. 2) under section 132 of the income-tax act, 1961 (hereinafter called 'the act'), shri rakesh rattan, income-tax officer (respondent no. 3) and shri kulwant singh (respondent no. 4) again an income-tax officer (hereinafter called the authorised .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Decided on : Aug-25-1975
Reported in : AIR1976P& H107
..... as jagat bahadur singh v. badri parshad seth, 1963-65 pun lr 452. this was also a case under section 13 of the east punjab urban rent restriction act of 1949 (the provisions whereof are in pan materia with those calling for interpretation here) and justice das speaking for the bench observed:--'the ..... with effect from the 13th of october, 1973) he moved an application on the 10th of january, 1972, under section 13 of the east punjab urban rent restriction act, 1949, for ejectment of the writ petitioner from house no. 119-a, new colony, gurgaon, the application was resisted on behalf of the writ ..... the particular eoatext of the rent jurisdiction, there is a refreshing enunciation of this proposition by mr. justice v. balakrishna eradi in kathrinea v. lonappan 1969 ker lt 334-'the question is whether it was legally open to the rent controller to take note of the subsequent event and pass an order of ..... ; provided that the controller may give the tenant a reasonable time for putting the landlord in possession of the building or rented land and may extend such time so as not to exceed three months in the aggregate.'now a bare reference to the language of sub-section (3) ..... that the claim of the landlord is bona fide, make an order directing the tenant to put the landlord in possession of the building or rented land on such date as may be specified by the controller and if the controller is not so satisfied, he shall make an order rejecting the application .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
Decided on : Apr-22-1975
Reported in : (1976)2MLJ297
..... minister and the french an bassador, whereby france ceded to india, in full sovereignty the territory of french establishments aforesaid. then followed the constitution c14th amendment) act, 1962 on 28th december, 1962, which came into force from 16th august, 1962. on 16th august, 1962, the pondicherry administration ordinance, 1962 ..... r. 1924 p.c. 216, when a territory is acquired by a sovereign state for the first time, that is an act of state, irrespective of how the acquisition has been brought about. it may be by conquest, it may be by cession following on treaty, it may be by ..... in the circumstances, k.t. mcopil nair v. state of kerala : 3scr77 , can have no application, which is a case where land tax was fixed on an arbitrary basis without classification and procedural control; nor do we think that, notwithstanding the whole process of tax procedure envisaged by ..... article 239-a(1) providing for a local legislature and council of ministers, their powers, procedure and other matters. on 7th august, 1969 the municipal council of mahe decided to levy a municipal tax of 5 paise on each litre of petrol and diesel oils sold at the ..... meant 'imposed in accordance with the procedure provided under the act.' we therefore, think that hamdard dawakhana v. union of india : 1960crilj671 , vasanlal mangashai v. state of bombay : 1978crilj1281 , corporation of calcutta v. liberty cinema : 2scr477 , messrs devidas v. state of 'punjab : 3scr557 , shama rao v. union territory : [ .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Decided on : Apr-29-1975
Reported in : AIR1975SC1646; [1975(31)FLR44]; (1975)IILLJ87SC; (1976)2SCC502; SuppSCR328; 1975(1)SLJ560(SC)
..... state government contended that their age of retirement was 58 years before the schools were taken over by the state government under the provisions of karnataka compulsory primary education (amendment and miscellaneous provisions) act, 1969 and their conditions would continue until other condition was made.18. the teachers of the municipal and taluk development board high schools which were taken over by the ..... the schools of the school boards in the bombay area and the madras area of the new state. they were absorbed in government service under the mysore compulsory primary education act, 1969.3. the new state of mysore came into existence on 1 november, 1956 consequent upon the reorganisation, of states brought about by the states reorganisation ..... .27. the teachers of primary schools contended that their terms of service were continued by mysore compulsory primary education act, 1969, and, therefore, their age of retirement could not be altered by rules made by the governor under article 309. the 1969 act provided in section 14 transfer of primary schools managed by the municipal councils and panchayats in the madras area and ..... fetter on the legislative power to legislate with regard to service or with regard to any other matter mentioned in the legislative list. in gurdev singh sidhu v. state of punjab and anr. : (1965)illj323sc this court stated that there were two exceptions to the protection afforded by article 311. one is where a permanent public servant is asked to .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Monopolies and Restrictive Trade Practices Commission MRTPC
Decided on : Feb-10-1975
Reported in : (1976)46CompCas315NULL
..... particular territory, namely, madhya bharat, was neither a privilege nor a vested right within the meaning of section 20(1)(b) of the civil procedure code amending act. there are observations in the judgment to indicate that there is no vested right in procedure.9. the third ground on which a copy of ..... to be an erroneous impression in certain quarters evidently influenced by the provisions in article 311 of the constitution particularly as they stood before the amendment of that article that every disciplinary proceeding must consist of two inquiries, one before issuing the show cause notice to be followed by another inquiry ..... done without affecting any substantive rights acquired by any of the parties to the proceedings before the change: ram singh v. crown, air 1950 east punjab 25, 32 [fb] . as we have observed hereinabove the old regulations did not confer on the respondents a right to get a copy of ..... complaints were made under the provisions of section 10(a)(i) of the monopolies and restrictive trade practices act, 1969 (hereinafter for the sake of brevity referred to as "the act" ).section 11 of the act requires that in respect of any restrictive trade practice of which a complaint is made under section 10( ..... the director was not obtained. but furnishing a copy of the report to the persons complained against would depend upon the law of the land including the regulations made by the commission and it cannot be said that not furnishing a copy of the report of the director to the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Feb-17-1975
Reported in : 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 : 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 .....Tag this Judgment!