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Feb 01 1992 (HC)

Anand Cinema Vs. Mohan Tiwari and anr.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : (1993)ILLJ1105MP; 1992(0)MPLJ334

..... employer-employee relationship is governed both by the state and central enactments. the cinema theatre run by the employer being an 'establishment' under the provisions of the act, the provisions contained in section 58(1) of the act regulate the conditions of service of the employees working in it. section 58 of ..... necessary evidence in the matter, a course which is permissible under the provisions of section 11a of the i.d.act.24. in construing the provisions of a legislation regulating the relations between the management and labour in industries, the aims and objects of such legislation cannot be lost sight ..... mills ltd., gwalior, 1970-i-llj-129 (5) management of state road transport corporation v. m. boraiah and anr. 1984-i-llj-110 (6) punjab land development and reclamation corporation ltd. chandigarh v. presiding officer, labour court, chandigarh and ors. 1990-ii-llj-70 (7) workmen of monpur sugar factory ..... and conduct, your services are terminated with immediate effect, as no longer required. you can collect your dues from the accounts section of this cinema, during working hours on any working day.'7. the labour court as well as the learned single judge held that the termination of services ..... issued against him and enquiry officer was also appointed. the charges related to his disorderly conduct in insulting the manager and the partners of anand cinema. in spite of service of charge-sheet, the employee remained absent and an ex parte enquiry was required to be held. the enquiry .....

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Sep 26 2013 (HC)

Heeraman Sonkar Vs. the State of M.P. and anr

Court : Madhya Pradesh

..... relying on the decision of the supreme court in the case of sham lal vs. state of punjab decided on 6.8.2013 in civil appeal no.6284/2013, which relates to the punjab town improvement act 1922, that the state government while refusing to accept the resolution was required to consider the pros ..... by giving them similar relief on account of the fact that land of similarly situated persons had been released from acquisition under section 48 of the act. in the facts and circumstances of the case before it, the supreme court has observed that the authorities while rejecting the claim of the ..... authority. then s. 57 provides for the development which clearly says that when the land has vested in the authority under s. 56 of the act in accordance with the provisions of the town development scheme, the authority shall take necessary steps to develop the land. thereafter also the state government ..... further extended period of time to the jda to acquire the land either by agreement or by taking resort to the provisions of the land acquisition act. it is therefore, clear that the provisions of section 54 of the adhiniyam 1973 are confined to initial steps towards implementation of the scheme and ..... however, as mutual agreement could not be arrived at, the matter was referred to the joint tribunal constituted under the m.p. town improvement trust act 1960 for determining the compensation and the statutory tribunal by award dated 7/7/1992 awarded a compensation of rs. 62,799/- in favour of smt .....

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Jul 18 1996 (HC)

Sharda Chopra and ors. Vs. State Bank of India

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1997MP196; [1998]91CompCas605(MP); 1996(0)MPLJ1001

..... with the requirement of furnishing or not furnishing a succession certificate, it would also be apt to notice the provision of section 45 of the banking regulation act, 1949. this reads as under:'45zf. notice of claims of other persons regarding safety lockers not receivable. - no notice of the claim of ..... a dispute then the parties can get the matter settled by approaching the civil court. in this case, the requirement as indicated by the punjab and haryana high court is not required to be gone into. this is because a succession certificate already exists in favour of the petitioners. ..... it cannot insist that the concerned party must have a succession certificate be noticed. one such decision is reported as rama chakravarty v. manager, punjab national bank, air 1991 cal 128. the calcutta high court placed reliance on an earlier decision reported as state bank of india v.netai, air ..... the deceased, just like an executor appointed under a probate. forms of succession certificate, letters of administration on and probate, as provided under indian succession act are appended as appendix 'i', 'j' and 'k' respectively.' 3. effect, extent and application of legal representation:-- 3.1 a succession certificate is ..... bank's locker is not envisaged by section 370 of the indian succession act. for this, i would follow the calcutta and patna high courts views. this view is indirectly supported by the decision given by the punjab and haryana high court in the case reported as adarsh ratan (col.) .....

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Aug 29 2003 (HC)

Anil Kumar Gulati and ors. Etc. Vs. State of M.P. and ors. Etc.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR2004MP182

..... be allowed to the legislature. the court should feel more inclined to give judicial defence to legislative judgment in the field of economic regulation than in other areas where fundamental human rights are involved.xxxxxx xxxthe court must always remember that 'legislation is directed to practical problems, ..... ; banarsi das v. state of m. p., air 1958 sc 909; d. s. garewal v. the state of punjab, air 1959 sc 512; the corporation of calcutta v. liberty cinema, air 1965 sc 1107; the municipal corporation of delhi v. birla cotton. spinning and weaving mills. delhi, air 1968 ..... 29. submission of the learned counsel for the petitioners is that though there is total substitution of provision in both the acts, namely, municipal corporation act and municipality act, the said amendment does not take away the effect of the decision rendered in the case or ratnaprabha (supra). on the ..... v. griha yajamanula samkhya (2001) 5 scc 651 : (air 2001 sc 2046) wherein the apex court dealt with the hyderabad municipal corporation act. in that case the apex court was considering hyderabad municipal corporations (assessment of property tax) rules, 1990. the three-judge bench while dealing ..... : (air 2001 sc 2046) is useful to be referred to. in the aforesaid case, their lordships were considering the provisions of hyderabad municipal corporations act. 1955 and hyderabad municipal corporations (assessment of property tax) rules. 1990. in the said case, the apex court referred to the decision rendered in .....

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Aug 29 2003 (HC)

Sakhi Gopal Agrawal and ors. Vs. State of M.P. and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : 2003(4)MPHT1; 2003(3)MPLJ554

..... to be allowed to the legislature. the court should feel more inclined to give judicial deference to legislative judgment in the field of economic regulation that in other areas where fundamental human rights are involved. the court must always remember that 'legislation is directed to practical problems, that ..... das v. state of m.p., air 1958 sc 909; d.s. garewal v. the state of punjab and anr. air 1959 sc 512; the corporation of calcutta and anr. v. liberty cinema, air 1965 sc 1107; the municipal corporation of delhi v. birla cotton, spinning and weaving mills, delhi ..... .'29. submission of the learned counsel for the petitioners is that though there is total substitution of provision in both the acts, namely, municipal corporation act and municipality act, the said amendment does not take away the effect of the decision rendered in the case of ratnaprabha (supra). on ..... case of commissioner v. griha yajamanula samkhya and ors. (2001) 5 scc 651, wherein the apex court dealt with the hyderabad municipal corporation act. in that case the apex court was considering hyderabad municipal corporations (assessment of property tax) rules, 1990. the three-judge bench while dealing ..... non-obstante clause but the wording used in the unamended section 138 were 'might reasonably' had garnered immense significance. the unamended section 126 of the municipalities act reads as under :-- '126. definition of annual letting value.-- in this chapter, the expression 'annual letting value' shall mean- (i) where .....

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Mar 09 1995 (HC)

Oriental Bank of Commerce Vs. Devi Prasad Verma and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : [1999]95CompCas490(MP); 1996(0)MPLJ155

..... , cannot be reopened and the appellants can be given no relief on that account.'3. section 24 of the banking laws (amendment) act, 1983, inserting section 21a in the banking regulation act, 1949, which came into force on february 15, 1984, is quoted below :'21a. rates of interest charged by banking companies not ..... to be subject to scrutiny by courts.--notwithstanding anything contained in the usurious loans act, 1918 (10 of 1918), or any other law relating ..... the banking company in respect of such transaction is excessive.'4. therefore, we find the submission valid that after the coming into force of this act, the district judge was not empowered to reduce the rate of interest payable by the respondents after the passing of the decree and committed an ..... the appellant's learned counsel on the following observations of this court in bharat engineering v. punjab national bank [1987] 2 bank clr 329 :'the provision contained in section 21 of the banking laws (amendment) act, 1983 (act no. 1 of 1984), which came into force on and from january 12, 1984, provides ..... that notwithstanding anything contained in the usurious loans act, 1918, or any other law relating to indebtedness in force in any state, a transaction between a banking company and its .....

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May 08 1991 (HC)

Bhagwat Prasad Sharma Vs. Council of the Institute of Chartered Accoun ...

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1991MP378; 1992(0)MPLJ614

..... charge of non-payment of stipend to the petitioner by respondent no, 2 as required under regulation 32b(1) of the regulations framed under section 30 of the act, it is convenient to quote sub-regulation (1) of regulation 32b for appreciation of the submissions made by the counsel:--'32b. stipend to articled clerks.(1) ..... to the respondent no. 2, which he could not get, to explain and to meet the charge of nonpayment of monthly stipend as required under regulation 32b(1), but, in the facts and circumstances of the case, that would not be a proper course, as respondent no. 2 has already suffered ..... quarterly basis, half yearly basis or annually or at the time of termination of articleship or at any time. such an uncertainty is not contemplated in regulation 32b(1). the question came up for consideration before various high courts. a division bench of orissa high court in b. mohanty, air 1985 orissa ..... inaction in not pleading the necessary facts which necessarily deprives the respondent no. 2 of an effective opportunity of hearing. it was also submitted that regulation 32b nowhere provides that the monthly stipend should be paid month to month; it only lays down that an articled clerk shall be paid minimum ..... in none of the letters made any grievance about payment of premium. the petitioner's father m. v. sharma stated that he withdrew rs. 3000/.- from punjab national bank and collected rupees 3000/ - from his own source and went with the money to the respondent no. 2 on 7-7-1980, but the .....

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Apr 02 2009 (HC)

Seed Association of M.P. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : 2009(4)MPHT453

..... noticed:though learned counsel for the respondent started by attempting such a justification by invoking section 12 of the indian police act he gave this up and conceded that the regulations contained in chapter xx had no such statutory basis but were merely executive or departmental instructions framed for the guidance ..... in the state authorities, the constitution rights guaranteed to the members of the petitioner-association, engaged in bt cotton hybrid seeds manufacturing, could neither be regulated nor curtailed, requiring such manufacturers, merely through an executive order (annexure p-4), to obtain a prior permission. shri bagadiya, has contended that ..... , that is positive or state-made law. the decisions in wazir chand v. state of h.p. and bishan das v. state of punjab are an authority for the proposition that an illegal seizure amounts to deprivation of property without the authority of law. in wazir chand case, the ..... himachal pradesh : air 1954 sc 415, the apex court reiterated the said principle in the case of bishan das and ors. v. state of punjab and ors. : air 1961 sc 1570, by observing that the state or its executive officers cannot interfere with the rights of others unless they ..... advantageous for the court to notice certain observations made by the supreme court in rai sahib ram jawaya kapur and ors. v. the slate of punjab : air 1955 sc 549:(17) specific legislation may indeed be necessary if the government require certain powers in addition to what they possess under .....

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Jan 10 2003 (HC)

M.P. Special Police Establishment Vs. State of M.P. and ors.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : 2003CriLJ4610; 2003(3)MPHT9; 2003(2)MPLJ204

..... in u.p.p.s.c. v. suresh chandra, air 1987 sc 1953, following samsher singh's case, it has been held that though the regulation provides for appeal to the 'governor' the function of hearing an appeal against an order passed by the commission in a disciplinary proceeding held against any ..... judicial decisions. all this has been extensively considered by the constitution bench of seven learned judges of the supreme court in samsher singh v. state of punjab, air 1974 sc 2192. there arc two judgments in this case--one is of ray, c.j., and the other is of krishna iyer, j ..... function. it is well settled that unless a particular article expressly so provides, an obligation of the governor to act 'in his discretion' cannot be inferred by implication. (ram jawaya v. state of punjab, air 1955 sc 549 and a. sanjeevi naidu v. state of madras, air 1970 sc 1102). the area ..... and including statutory functions of the state government. excepting the matters with respect to which the governor is required by or under the constitution to act in his discretion, the personal satisfaction of the governor is not required and any function may be allocated to ministers. 'the power to sanction is ..... . the case was registered on 31-3-1998 and investigated by the special police establishment (spe) constituted under the m.p. special police establishment act, 1947 and functioning under the superintendence of the lokayukta. after investigation the spe was of the view that there is sufficient ground for prosecution of .....

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Jul 04 1994 (HC)

Jagannath Prasad Vs. Municipal Committee and anr.

Court : Madhya Pradesh

Reported in : 1995(0)MPLJ212

..... justice l. m. sharma took note of the street trading licences as found in england and directed the municipal authorities to frame a scheme for regulating street trading.58. the above decision strictly speaking would not apply to the facts of this case because it deals with the right of hawkers ..... individuals amenable to the jurisdiction of the court.'in the above case directions were given by the court to demolish an illegal construction of a cinema building which was built in residential area. it was observed as under at page 2181 :'if sanction is given to build by contravening a ..... fact in the case of k. ramdas shenoy v. chief officer, town municipal council, udipi, air 1974 sc 2177, the municipal council permitted a cinema building to be erected in a residential locality. the supreme court recognised the rights of the citizens to approach the court and to seek a writ ..... been heretofore levelled, paved, metalled, asphalted, channelled, sewered or repaired out of municipal or other public funds: or(c) which under the provisions of this act becomes a public street; and includes -(i) the roadway over any public bridge or causeway;(ii) the footway attached to any such street;(iii) public bridge ..... there has to be a contract in terms of the act and in case there is no valid resolution passed in terms of the act. no binding contract would come into existence. the supreme court was construing the provisions of the punjab municipal act, 1911. the observations made by the court are pertinent .....

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