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Dec 20 1982 (HC)

National Assn. of Motion Pictures Exhibitors, Delhi Vs. Union of India ...

Court : Delhi

Reported in : ILR1983Delhi691

..... the notification dated 21-11-1980 issued by the central government in exercise of the powers conferred by section 2 of union territories laws act, 1950 extending to the union territory of delhi, the punjab cinema regulations act, 1952 being punjab act ii of 1952 as at present in force in the state of haryana. proposition no ix : (19) the argument under this head is that sections ..... sachar, j. (1) does delhi administration lack competency in law to fix rates for admission to cinematograph exhibition in cinema houses notwithstanding the extension of the punjab cinemas regulations act, 1952 (hereinafter to be called the punjab act 1952), as at present in force in state of haryana to delhi by means of notification dated 21-11-1980 iss,ued by the central government under section 2 ..... power he invoke by virtue of notification of 21-11-1980 issued in exercise of powers of section 2 of the union territories act, 1950 by which the central govt. has extended to delhi the punjab cinemas regulation act, 1952 as is in force in the state of haryana and the further notification of 11-12-1980 issued by the administrator by which he ..... the licensees. our conclusions are as follows : (1) that the notification dated 21-11-1980 issued by the central government under section 2 of the union territories (laws) act, 1950 extending to union territory of delhi the punjab cinema regulations act, 1952 as at present in force in state of haryana is valid and constitational; (ii) section 7a and section 7b of the .....

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Apr 03 1981 (HC)

State of Punjab and anr. Vs. Deepak theatre, Dhuri

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1981P& H230

..... cinematographs in the punjab.'now is would be plain from the above that the very heading of the statute gives and inkling of its purpose to ..... in deepak theatre, dhuri. it had been duly granted a licence by the district magistrate, sangrur, under section 5 of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952(hereinafter called the act) and the rules framed thereunder. the licensing authority by its order dated the 26th of february, 1975, had made four classification of seats, namely box ; i st class ; ii ..... the statue, namely, the regulation of the business of cinematograph exhibition in general within the state and its rigid licensing in particular. inevitably, in this context what first catches the eye is the heading of the statue itself and the preamble that follows which are in the following terms :-'the punjab cinemas (regulation) act 1952-' an act to make provision for regulating exhibition by means of ..... s.s. sandhawalia, c.j. 1. whether the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952 and the rules framed there under authorise the licensing authority to make classes of cinemas hall seats and to prescribe the rates therefor is the meaningful and indeed solitary question which falls for determination in this set of fourteen connected appeals under clause .....

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Dec 09 1965 (SC)

State of Punjab and anr. Vs. Hari Krishan Sharma

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1966SC1081; [1966]2SCR982

..... which arises in this appeal relates to the construction of section 5(2) of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952 (no. 11 of 1952) (hereinafter called 'the act'). the respondent, hari krishan sharma, who claims to be owner of a certain site in the town of jhajjar, desired to construct a cinema hall at the said place for the purpose of exhibiting cinematographs. on december 16, 1956 ..... 3 of the act provides that no person shall give an exhibition, by means of a cinematographs, elsewhere that in a place licensed ..... of the act. that is how the question about the construction of s. 5(2) falls to be decided in the present appeal. 9. before dealing with this question, we may very briefly indicate the effect of the broad provisions of the act. the act was passed in 1952 in order to make provisions for regulating exhibitions by means of cinematographs in the punjab. section ..... under this act or otherwise than in compliance with any condition and restriction imposed by such licence. section 4 provides that .....

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Oct 06 1982 (HC)

The Chandigarh Administration and ors. Vs. Surjit Kesar

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1983P& H142

..... answer to the question posed at the outset is rendered in the affirmative to the effect that a temporary licence for a touring cinematograph granted under section 5 of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952 and the rules framed thereunder is essentially transient and migratory in nature.16. now on the aforesaid finding it inevitably follows that the length of the operation of a ..... s.s. sandhawalia, c.j.1. whether a temporary licence for a 'touring cinematograph' granted under section 5 of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952 and the rules framed thereunder, is essentially transient and migratory in nature--comes to be the spinal issue in these two connected appeals under clause x of the letters ..... the union territory. the respondent-writ petitioner surjit kesar secured a temporary licence (for six months in the first instance) for a touring cinematograph under rule 3 of the punjab cinema (regulation) rules, 1952(hereinafter called 'the rules') in january, 1977. the respondent-writ-petitioner's averments that the licence was given in pursuance of a policy decision and that an understanding was ..... is the fact that the relevant ss. 3, 4 and 5 of the act and indeed the whole statute did not in terms provide for any categorisation of different kinds of licences or the duration thereof. this was, however, provided by the promulgation of the punjab cinemas (regulation) rules, 1952(hereinafter called the rules) which made detailed provisions with regard thereto which have been .....

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Mar 20 1984 (HC)

Deep Snack Bar and ors. Vs. State of Haryana and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1984P& H377

..... india suggested to the states that they should undertake legislation thereon on the lines of part iii of the said act. in pursuance of that suggestion, the punjab state, as it then existed, enacted the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952. after the reorganisation of the punjab state, the act became applicable to the state of haryana. on being adapted by the state of haryana, it is now called as ..... haryana cinemas (regulation) act, 1952. it is thus evident that the haryana act and central act operate into different spheres. the former deals with licensing of cinematograph ..... taking service charges which is an ancillary purpose. the v. c. rs. are licenced under the indian telegraph act, 1885.3. the district magistrate, sonepat, respondent 2, exercising powers alleged to be conferred on him under the haryana cinemas regulation act, 1952 (hereinafter referred to as the haryana act) issued a general order dated 3rd october, 1983 (copy annexure p. 1). prohibiting exhibition of cinematograph by .....

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May 07 1991 (HC)

M/S. Jyoti Video theatre Vs. State of Haryana and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1992P& H48

..... (in short v.c.r.). it had been granted temporary licence for exhibiting video films under the provisions of the punjab cinemas (regulations) act, 1952, as applicable to haryana, read with the punjab cinemas (regulations) rules, 1952, as applicable to haryana (hereinafter referred to as the 1952, act and 1952 rules respectively). the petitioner-firm had asked for the extension of the licence and since the same was not being granted ..... situated. in case where it is proposed to instal a touring cinematograph in a building, the provisions of the rules, in part iii of the punjab cinemas (regulation) rules, 1952, should be strictly complied with by the licensees.' when the above rule had come up for consideration before a learned single judge in rasdeep touring talkies' case (air 1967 ..... future to the petitioner in this case in view of r. 3(iv) of the 1952 rules. there is an additional ground of challenge to this order in writ petition.3. there is an act known as punjab entertainment duty act, 1955 (hereinafter referred to as the entertainment duty act), which is applicable in the state of haryana also, under which the state government ..... denied the licences because they cannot fulfil all and the same requirements as are required for the cinemas as envisaged by the 1952 rules.11. the learned counsel for the petitioner submitted that prior to 1989 substitution of s. 3-a of the entertainment duty act and rule 8-a of the entertainment duty rules, the entertainment duty leviable was on the .....

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Aug 26 1999 (HC)

Nataraj theatre Vs. Govt. of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 1999(5)ALD693; 1999(5)ALT274

..... the act except sub-section (3) of section 5 of punjab act. in exercise of powers under section 5, the state of punjab issued a proceeding classifying the seats for admission into four classes. the same was challenged as ..... of the powers under section 11 of the act. therefore, it should be held on point no.ii that the impugned memo is without power or jurisdiction and is ultra vires.31. the learned government pleader, as mentioned above, has relied on deepak theatre case (supra). section 5 of punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952 is in pari materia with section 5 of ..... the hon'ble supreme court held that the state government was not justified in assuming jurisdiction conferred on the licensing authority by section 5 (1) and (2) of punjab cinemas (regulation) act.39. in both the writ petitions, the petitioners approached the respective licensing authority. the licensing authority rejected the application seeking reduction of seating capacity on the ground that as ..... pleader for home is liable to be rejected.32. indeed, the scope of section 5 of punjab cinemas (regulation) act was considered by a constitution bench of the supreme court in state of punjab v. hari kishan, : [1966]2scr982 . in the said case, the government of punjab issued instructions in regard to the grant of licence under the relevant provisions of the said .....

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Aug 05 1980 (HC)

Deepak theatre, Dhuri Vs. the State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1981P& H92

..... dhuri. it has been granted a licence by the district magistrate, sangrur, respondent no, 2 under section 5 of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952(hereinafter referred to as the act). it is alleged that it made three classes and fixed rates for each class. respondent no. 2 vide order dated feb ..... has to be read subject to other section of the act. it cannot be said that by virtue of the clause unlimited powers have been given to the rule making authority to frame any rule.9. rule 4 of the punjab cinemas (regulation) rules, 1952 on which reliance has been placed by the respondent is ..... the lessee used to charge 10 paise per cycle for parking in the cycle stand.the state government amended a rule framed under the madras cinema (regulation) act, and made a provision that the licensee would provide a suitable cycle stand for all cycles that might reasonable be expected and appoint a care ..... will be relevant to refer to the scheme and some of the section of the act. the preamble of the act is in these words:--'the act to make provision for regulating exhibitions by means of cinema to graph in the punjab.'4. section 3 provides that no person shall give an exhibition, by means of ..... a cinematograph, elsewhere than place licensed under the act or otherwise than in compliance with any .....

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Nov 16 1966 (HC)

Rudra Talkies and ors. Vs. Prem Sagar and Co. and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1967P& H348

..... of october 1968, respondent no. 1, messrs. prem sagar and company, applied to the district magistrate, karnal, the licensing authority under the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952, (punjab act no. 11 of 1952), hereinafter referred to as the act, for permission to construct a cinema house outside the city of thanesar on the road leading to birla mandir. on inspection of the site by the authorities it was found ..... 130 feet from the centre of railway track and 500 feet from the local arya high school. as rule 19 (1) (a) (ii) of the punjab cinemas (regulation) rules, 1952, framed under section 9 of the act, hereinafter referred to as the rules, provided that the site of a building licensed for cinematograph exhibition shall not be within a radius of one furlong (660 ..... any premises intended to be used for cinematograph exhibition from any of the provisions of the act or of any rule made thereunder, messrs-prem sagar and company moved the government for exemption from the provisions of the rule relating to the distance between the proposed cinema building and am educational institution viz., rule 19 (1) (a) (ii).in this representation ..... the jewellers' business, which he was previously carrying on, and had thus to engage himself in some other business to support his large family. he further pointed put that the cinema, known as 'rudra talkies', which already existed in the town, was even less than 500 feet from the gita high school. on due consideration of the matter, the government .....

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Dec 06 1991 (SC)

Deepak theatre, Dhuri Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1992SC1519; JT1991(6)SC489; 1991(2)SCALE1404; 1992Supp(1)SCC684; [1991]Supp3SCR242; 1992(1)LC434(SC)

..... has been exhibiting cinematograph films at dhuri, on a licence having been granted by the district magistrate, sangrur, the 2nd respondent, under section 5 of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952, for short 'the act' and the rules. by proceeding dated february 26, 1975 the 2nd respondent classified the seats for admission into four classes and fixed the rates of admission to ..... the rates of admission. the question is whether the 2nd respondent has power under the act. the preamble of the act provides that 'an act to make provision for 'regulating' exhibition of cinematographs in the punjab'. the purpose of the act, therefore, is to regulate the cinema trade or business in exhibiting the cinematograph in the theatre being run on the licence duly ..... obtained from the licensing authority. section 5 gives power to the licensing authority thus :-5. restrictions on powers of licensing authority:-(1) the licensing authority shall not grant a licence under this act ..... bangalore v. state of karnatka and ors. : [1988]2scr511 considered that the right to carry on business of exhibiting cinematograph films by the provisions of the karnataka cinemas regulation act and the rules framed thereunder. it was held that the government have power to limit the exhibiting number of shows in a day. these provisions are necessary to ensure .....

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