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Sep 29 1975 (SC)

Paradise Industrial Corpn. Vs. Kiln Plastics Products

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-29-1975

Reported in : AIR1976SC309; (1976)1SCC91; [1976]2SCR32; 1975(7)LC832(SC)

..... and the learned judge of the high court did not rely upon any material whatsoever except the form of the order made on the 2nd june 1969 for not merely setting aside the decrees but even dismissing the suit itself the deposit of the money after the ex-parte decree was passed wholly ..... . be it noted that the learned judge does not hold that the amount ordered to be deposited by the defendants by the order dated june 2, 1969 was wrong or that it could not have been ordered at all. that order also fixed the interim standard rent as contemplated by that section. that ..... the substance and chased the shadow. the words 'striking out the defence' are very commonly used by lawyers. indeed the application made on 24th february 1969 by the plaintiffs was for a direction to order the defences of the defendants to be struck off in default of payment of the amount ordered by the ..... the amount but did not take out and serve the notice on the plaintiffs and the notice was ultimately discharged for want of prosecution on 19th september, 1969. an appeal was filed before the appellate bench of the small causes court against the ex-parte decree and it was dismissed. on an application filed before ..... depositing the amount the plaintiffs were at liberty to follow the consequential remedy under section 11(4) of the act. the defendants did not deposit the amount ordered by the court and on 24th february 1969 the plaintiffs applied to the court praying for a notice to be issued to the defendants to show cause .....

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May 23 1975 (HC)

M/S. Bhagat Industrial Corporation Ltd. Vs. M/S. Ego Metal Works Priva ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-23-1975

Reported in : (1976)5CTR(Del)57

..... the digest of cases prepared by the high court that t. p. s. chawla, j. had taken the same view as i have done on amending pleadings in proceedings under the companies act, relying on rs. 6 which had made the civil procedure code, including order 6 r. 17 applicable to such proceedings (vide inder kumar jain vs. m/s ..... according to para 7 the petitioning company had also deposited rs. 1,24,000/- with the respondent company as per deposit receipt no. c. 280 dated 30-11-1969, for a period of 12 months. the said deposit was renewed by the petitioning company and the respondent company then issued no. c. 306 dated 15-3-1971 ..... distilling industries ltd. for rs. 40,000/- and that the interest which was to run for two years, from 12-6-1967 to 11-6-1969 at 12% per annum was rs. 9,600/-. the latter (a similar fdr) for rs ..... dated 12-6-1967 had been issued in favor of the said punjab distilling industries ltd. thereafter the name of the petitioning company was changed to m/s. bhagat industrial corporation ltd., and as such the said f.d.r.c. 279 dated 1-8-1969 and the said f.d.r. 305 dated 15-3-1971 were ..... 1969 respectively were also filed with this petition. the former, for rupees 49,600/- bearing no. 279 and dated 12-6-1967, contains an endorsement on the top of it that the said receipt was issued in lieu of (the earlier) fdr no. 214 dated 12-6-1967 issued by the respondent company in favor of the punjab .....

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Aug 29 1975 (HC)

NaraIn Datt Vs. Swaran Singh and ors.

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Aug-29-1975

Reported in : ILR1976Delhi578

..... under sections 332 to 336 and 346 and sub-section (1) of section 481 read with sub-section (2) of section 481 of 'the act; they were later on amended by delhi administration notification dated 13th april, 1964. the essence of the argument by shri v. m. tarkunde is that the plaintiffs had not ..... .d. should proceed on the basis that the building plans were duly sanctioned. at the time of admitting the writ petition a division bench of the punjab high court had appointed a commissioner to collect certain records from the m.c.d. immediately. it is alleged that the records could not be collected ..... as may be based on quick surveys and on an ad-hoc basis, until zonal development plans are prepared. the latter, when prepared, will incorporate the land use proposals prepared by the local authorities. detailed provisions have been made in the master plan for calculating the density of population, the object being to achieve ..... word 'jurisdiction' was 'a verbal cast of many colours'; after referring to the decision of the house of lords in anisminic ltd. v. foreign compensation commission 1969 2 a.c. 147 and after setting out the speeches of lord reid and lord pearce, mathew, j. observed that the courts had moved away from the ..... by this court in its decision in municipal corpn. v. kishan n969) 2 scr 166=a.i.r. 1969 sc 3s6. we are of the opinion, thereforee, that s. 14 of the delhi development act has no relevance in deciding the question at issue in these two appeals.'(32) it is brought to my .....

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Apr 18 1975 (HC)

Manekben Vs. Union of India

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-18-1975

Reported in : ILR1975Delhi820

..... in union of india v. harbhajan singh dhillon, : [1972]83itr582(sc) . no doubt that decision pertained to the constitutional validity of the amendment to the wealth-tax act, 1957 by the finance act of 1969, all the same, the supreme court did observe : 'the expression 'any matter not enumerated in the concurrent list or state list' in ..... exercise the power or the manner or extent to which it should be exercised, the exercise of the power would be bad : paratp singh v. state of punjab, : (1966)illj458sc . if there are to be found in the statute expressly or by implication matter which the authority ought to have regard to, then, ..... or falsity of the intelligence report. the court cannot take evidence as to whether in fact the goods were landed as alleged. the connection of the detenu is clearly indicated -and so it cannot be said that the ground is irrelevant. it is next urged ..... find no force in this contention. it is clearly stated that according to the intelligence received, the smuggled goods, carried in the truck, had been landed on the coast of dandi by ratilal deva for the detenu. it is not within the ambit of the proceedings in this court to investigate the truth ..... through bhiland check post on its way to bombay loaded with smuggled goods. it was further learnt that the smuggled goods carried in the truck were landed on the coast of dandi by railal deva for you and that the truck was to be piloted either by you or your associates. the truck .....

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Apr 29 1975 (HC)

State Vs. Sant Prakash and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Apr-29-1975

Reported in : 1976CriLJ274

..... large quantity of undeclared gold. the assistant collector of customs and central excise raipur issued an authorisation under rule 126-l (2) of the defence of india (amendment) rules, 1963, (gold control rules) for searching the premises of the appellant. pursuant thereto the appellant's premises were searched and as a result of search ..... offence under section 353 or section 332 i. p. c, in the case of prem chand v. state ((1965) 2 cri lj 843) the punjab high court while dealing with the case of an accused who was a hotel-keeper held that the excise inspector when he proceeded to search the hotel premises ..... thrown overboard, stayed or destroyed so as to prevant seizure by any officer authorised by the administrator;(iii) any conveyance which having been required to stop or land under sub-rule (1) fails to do so, except for good and sufficient cause;(iv) any conveyance from which any gold cleared for exportation is ..... or is about to be contravened, at any time stop any such vehicle, animal or vessel or, in the case of an aircraft, compel it to land, and(a) rummage and search any part of the aircraft, vehicle or vessel;(b) examine and search any goods in the aircraft, vehicle or vessel or ..... 1). the supreme court considered the aforesaid provision of law in the case of income tax officer v. seth brothers : [1969]74itr836(sc) and held that by express terms of the income tax act and the rules the income tax officer may obtain the assistance of a police officer. by sub-section (13) of section .....

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Sep 05 1975 (SC)

M/S. Murarilal Mahabir Prasad and Others Vs. Shri B. R. Vad and Others ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-05-1975

Reported in : (1976)5CTR(SC)34

..... permitting the assessment of a dissolved firm. the court found that there was a lacuna in the punjab act of 1948 which was filled up later by an amendment but that amendment was not retrospective. finally, the court touched upon the conflicting decisions of the high courts on the point and observed ..... held that though under the partnership law a firm was not a legal entity, the firm was an independent assessable unit for the purposes of the punjab act. if that be so, on dissolution, the firm ceased to be a legal entity and could not be assessed in the absence of a statutory provision ..... machinery section should be so construed as to effectuate the charging sections'. section 15 was intended to vest in the excess profits tax officer a power to amend the assessment, when it was found that the relief granted was in excess of what the law allowed. one of the sections under which relief could ..... shall be deemed to be the manager of such dealers business for the purpose of this act. such declaration may be revised from time to time.46. this section requires every dealer who is liable to pay the tax land who is an undivided hindu family, an association or a club, a society, a ..... as having been passed against a dissolved firm. by its judgment dated december 8, 1969 the high court rejected the contention of the firm and held that in view of the provisions contained in the bombay sales tax acts of 1953 and 1959, it was permissible to assess a dissolved firm. the correctness .....

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Nov 17 1975 (HC)

Arya Samaj Education Trust, Delhi and ors. Vs. the Director of Educati ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Nov-17-1975

Reported in : AIR1976Delhi207

..... determined by some common characteristic and all communities are covered by the words religion or language, then 'community' as such has no basis.' (vii, c. a. d. 898).'this amendment was accepted by dr. ambedkar and the word 'community' was dropped inasmuch as a minority based either on religion or on language necessarily covered the word 'community' which was itself ..... 30(1) also technical minorities were included in the words. 'minorities based on religion' and non-technical ones in the words 'minorities based on language.' by way of an amendment, pandit thakur das bhargava pointed out that the words in draft article 23(3) '(the predecessor of the present article 30(1) the words minorities based on 'religion, community ..... a different meaning divorced from the context. (shivanarayan kabra v. state of madras : 1967crilj946 , and matagement, shahdara (delhi) saharanpur light railway co. ltd. v. s. s. railway werkers union : (1969)illj734sc , headnote a). in s. k. patro v. state of bihar : [1970]1scr172 , shah, j., speaking for the constitution bench observed in relations to article 30(1) of the constitution ..... v. shiromani gurdwara parbandhak committee, air 1931 lah 161, hem singh v. basant das, , and dharam, das v. the state of punjab, : [1975]3scr160 ). lastly, the sikhs were actually given separate electorate like muslims in the government of india act, 1935. they are, thereforee, a[ minority based on religion under articlel 30(1) of the constitution in our view.conclusions:-34. ( .....

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Feb 05 1975 (HC)

S.S. JaIn Sabha (of Rawalpindi), Delhi and ors. Vs. Union of India and ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Feb-05-1975

Reported in : ILR1976Delhi61

..... 118. the management may fix the number. the nominees of the director in clauses (iii) and (iv) of rule 118 shall act only as advisers. this may be made clear by amendment. sub-sections (2) to (5) of section 8 and clauses (2) and (3) of rule 120:(29) security of ..... the catholics are a religious minority in the united states. their schools also do not receive grants-in-aid from the state because the first amendment of the u. s. constitution has been construed to bring about a complete separation between religion and the state which prevents the state from making ..... 19(1)(c) was thereforee, turned down. this approach was followed by the supreme court in d.a.v. college, jullunder v. state of punjab, : air1971sc1737 in repelling the contention that compulsory affiliation of a college to university infringed the fundamental right of association guaranteed to the college by article 19 ..... at 1047 and 1053 and it was observed that both of them related to linguistic minorities. in rev. father w. proost v. state of bihar, : [1969]2scr73 also the constitution bench observed that articles 29(1) and 30(1) refer to linguistic minorities. if 'minorities whether based on religion or language' had taken ..... the government of bihar in that case purported to divest the trustees of a school of their land and building belonging to the school. article 19(1)(f) was, thereforee, attracted. the delhi school education act and the rules do not divest the petitioners of , their property. as observed by the supreme .....

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