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Aug 25 1997 (HC)

K.G. Krishna Murthy Vs. State of Karnataka and Others

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1997KAR3331

..... deputy commissioner shall exercise the powers, no inferior or superior authority can exercise such powers. he drew our attention to the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, wherein when authority had been designated as an authority to grant license, government itself having performed such act, was not approved by the supreme court in hari kishan sharma's case, supra, and in bangalore medical trust case, ..... in the case is correct and we overrule the said decision on this aspect. 3. further, learned counsel relied upon two decisions of the supreme court in state of punjab and another v hari kishan sharma, and bangalore medical trust v b.s. muddappa and others, to contend that when the statute authorises one authority no other authority can ..... powers of the commissioner under the act. learned counsel for the petitioner wants to draw a distinction between the two definitions. what the learned counsel misses to notice is that, in defining the commissioner there ..... deputy commissioner and whether that officercould have exercised the power in question or not is the matter for consideration in the present case. 4. under the karnataka panchayat raj act, deputy commissioner is defined as deputy commissioner for the district and commissioner means divisional commissioner or such other officer as may be appointed by the government to exercise the .....

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Feb 16 2004 (HC)

Gram Panchayat of Village Kherri Vs. the State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (2004)137PLR585

..... view of the amendment relied upon by the private respondents, which necessarily entails that allotment made by the custodian in favour of any person after the commencement of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961 but before 9.7.1985 would stand protected. thus viewed, the allotment made in favour of the private respondents in march 1981 stands confirmed by the amendment ..... judgment therein was rendered on 16.11.1995 i.e. without taking into consideration the amendment effected by the insertion of clause (ii-a) in section 2 of punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961.9. last of all, learned counsel for the petitioner contended that it would be unfair to confirm the allotment made in favour of the private respondents and ..... before the cut off date i.e. 9.7.1985. there can be no doubt that amended provision i.e. clause (ii-a) of section 2 of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961 would clearly protect the ownership rights of the private respondents.7. despite the aforesaid conclusion, learned counsel while contesting the applicability of the aforesaid amendment to the controversy ..... to be amended insofar its applicability to the state of haryana is concerned.as per the aforesaid amendment, sub-clause (ii-a) was inserted in section 2 of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961. the inserted sub clause which is relevant for the present controversy, is being extracted hereunder;-'(ii-a) was shamilat deh, but has been allotted to any .....

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May 16 1996 (HC)

Dr. A.P. Sanwaria Vs. Union of India and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1997P& H282a

..... rejected it. aggrieved by these orders, the petitioners has filed the present writ petition.4. the petitioner alleges that the provisions of section 8-a of the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 give an unregulated handle to the landlord of a premises to evict his tenant. the petitioner further alleges that the provisions of rule 9 of the chandigarh (sale of ..... dismissed, he has approached this court through the present writ petition. he prays that the orders be quashed and the provisions of section 8-a of the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 and rule 9 of the chandigarh (sale of sites and buildings) rules, 1960 be declared ultra vires of the constitution. a few facts may be noticed.2. the petitioner ..... . if a person misuses it, he commits a violation of the conditions of sale. he can suffer a loss of property on account of this misuser. the threat of resumption acts as a check on the misuse of the property. when it is found that the misuser was not by the owner but by a lessee, or that it was not .....

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May 19 2014 (HC)

Cwp No.10267 of 1995 Vs. the Director, Consolidation and Holdings, Pun ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... has no power in respect of land vesting in panchayat in terms of section 2 (g) of the punjab commons lands (regulation) act, 1961, as it is only the authorities under the said act, which can decide the question of vesting of the land in the panchayat or not. it has been ..... the director consolidation, under section 42 of the consolidation act holding that the land in dispute vests or does not vest in a gram panchayat is an order passed on an illegal assumption or appropriation ..... between a gram panchayat and a private individual was the civil court but after enactment of sections 11, 13 and 13-a of the 1961 act, the collector and; (e) if the land is jumla mushtarka malkan ., an appropriate forum. as a necessary consequence an order passed by ..... held to the following effect: we, therefore, hold that:- (a) consolidation authorities, are tribunals of limited jurisdiction; (b) consolidation authorities exercise powers of revenue officers.under the 1887 act ..... the accuracy and integrity of this document chandigarh cwp no.10267 of 1995 2 42 of the east punjab holdings (consolidation & prevention of fragmentation) act, 1948 (for short 'the act').a full bench of this court in cwp no.2318 of 2002 titled parkash singh & others versus joint .....

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Jan 23 2002 (HC)

Sitar Video Hall Vs. State of U.P. and anr.

Court : Allahabad

Reported in : 2002(1)AWC542

..... 1989, the said explanation have been deleted by the state government, therefore, it cannot be made applicable in the case of petitioner's video cinema. 45. that the rules, 1988, having been framed under the uttar pradesh cinemas (regulations) act, 1955 and the said rule specifically mentions restrictions for the grant of licence to a cinematograph if it is within 200 metres radius of ..... )(g) of the constitution. in this context, he also placed reliance on a judgment rendered by the hon'ble supreme court in m/s. classic video hall a state of punjab. jt 1993 (4) sc 227. he also contended that the reasons given for refusal to relax the rules aforementioned are arbitrary and unreasonable and thus prayer nos. 1 and 2 ..... of the size of screen and striking out the proviso to rule 10 (3) of the punjab exhibition of films on television screen through video cassette player (regulation) rules, 1969.10. in the rule in question, there is nothing akin to the proviso of the punjab rules. the rule puts a reasonable restriction in the opening of a video hall in a permanent ..... building in the same locality where there is also a cinema hall in a permanent building and cannot be .....

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Dec 23 1994 (HC)

Kannan Vs. District Magistrate

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1995KAR1336

..... proceed further, it will be better, just and proper to refer to the provisions contained in the karnataka cinema (regulation) act and the rules.a reading of the preamble of the karnataka cinema act, 1964 indicates that the act has been enacted to provide for regulation of exhibition by means of cinematographs and the licensing of places in which cinematograph films are exhibited in the ..... only after obtaining the permission of the licensing authority and in accordance therewith, otherwise, the same is an offence punishable. sections 11 and 16 of the karnataka cinemas (regulation) act, 1964, read as under:11. construction or reconstruction of buildings or use of places for exhibition of cinematograph films only to be made after obtaining permission of licensing authority ..... permission being granted by the licensing authority in view of section 11 of the karnataka cinema (regulation) act and the rules. that in the matter of construction of the building for exhibition of cinemas etc., it has been provided that an application for permission to construct the cinema building or to use a place for cinematograph is to be made and necessary permission ..... certificate is bad and requires to be quashed. the learned counsel for the petitioner further relied on a decision of this court in amar nath om prakash v. state of punjab : [1985]2scr72 .5. the learned govt. advocate - shri devadas submitted that under the amended rule 28(3), the petitioner should have applied for extension of time by paying .....

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Jan 25 2018 (SC)

Karnataka Live Band Restaurants Association Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... & ors. 1988 supp. scc176that the right to carry on the business of exhibiting cinematograph films, which is governed by the provisions of karnataka cinemas regulation act and the rules framed thereunder, is subjected to the rigor of reasonable restrictions and the state government has a power to limit/restrict the exhibiting number ..... this appeal is not an activity of a nature, which can be brought within the four corners of section 31 of the act so as to regulate its functioning by the impugned order 2005.27) in other words, the submission was that it is not necessary for the appellant ..... assembly, in order to prevent obstruction, inconvenience, annoyance, risk, danger or damage to the residents or passengers in the vicinity; (iii) regulating the means of entrance and exit at places of public amusement or entertainment or assembly and providing for the maintenance of public safety and the ..... jan mohammed usmanbhai & anr., (1986) 3 scc20and deepak theatre, dhuri vs. state of punjab & ors., 1992 supp(1) scc684.49) this court has also ruled, as mentioned above, that the state has a right to regulate running of any business by putting reasonable restrictions under clause (6) in the interest of ..... (2013) 8 scc519 people s union for civil liberties & anr. vs. u.o.i. & anr. (2013) 10 scc1 raja video parlour & ors. vs. state of punjab & ors. (1993) 3 scc708 m/s noorulla ghazanfarulla vs. municipal board of aligarh & ors. (1982) 1 scc484 andhra industrial works, a.p. vs. chief controller of .....

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Jul 04 1995 (HC)

Bhupinder Singh Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (1995)111PLR353

..... the writ petition) the administrator, union territory chandigarh exercising the powers of central government under sub-section (2) of section 1 of the capital of punjab (development & regulation) act, 1952 notified that the provisions of this act would extend to the areas specified in the schedule thereto. the schedule included the notified area committee manimajra and four villages of the union territory, namely ..... government of punjab before 1.11.1966 and was to govern such areas as notified by the central government from time to ..... or conferred and all taxes and fees imposed under this act and in force throughout the area specified under sub-section (1) shall apply to such included area.' 3. chandigarh which was the capital of the erstwhile state of punjab is governed by the capital of punjab (development & regulation) act, 1952. this act was extended to the city of chandigarh as notified by the ..... time. on the re-organisation of the erstwhile state of punjab on 1.11.1966, the city of .....

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Aug 20 1964 (SC)

Ranjit Singh and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1965SC632; (1965)0PLR563; [1965]1SCR82

..... to increase production.' 10. the last was added in 1954. in the same year the legislature enacted the punjab village common lands (regulation) act (i of 1954) with the object of regulating the rights in shamlat deh and abadi deh. the provisions of the common lands regulation act resulted in the vesting of all rights of management in the shamlat deh in the village panchayat and ..... person shall be entitled to any compensation for any loss suffered or alleged to have been suffered as a result of the coming into force of this act.' 13. the common lands regulation act was challenged in hukam singh v state of punjab i.l.r. [1955] punjab 1334 but was upheld. the high court, however, observed that art. 31(2) would have rendered the ..... act void but for the enactment of art. 31-a. 14. the last act to which a brief reference may be made is the punjab security of land tenures act, (10 of ..... which consolidation of holdings, fixing of ceilings on lands, distribution of surplus lands and utilising of vacant and waste lands contemplate. the four acts, namely, the consolidation act, the village panchayat act, the common lands regulation act and the security of tenure act are a part of a general scheme of reforms and any modification of rights such as the present had the protection of art .....

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Jan 31 2014 (HC)

Chandigarh Administration and Another Vs. Mrs. Neera Goyal and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

..... case. as we have already said, the scheme having been notified by way of subordinate legislation issued under the provisions of section 7 & 22 of the capital of punjab (development and regulations) act 1952, being a statutory scheme, any order or action taken contrary to the notification, would amount to a nullity, to the extent of repugnancy with the statute / ..... scheme, unless the context otherwise requires- all words and expressions used in the scheme but not defined hereunder shall have the meaning attached thereto in the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act 1952 and the rules made thereunder. (i) industrial site . means site allotted/sold/leased out by the chandigarh administration for whatever purposes in phase-i and phase- ..... the powers conferred by section 7 and section 22 of the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act 1952 and the rules made thereunder the administrator, union territory, chandigarh is pleased to make the following scheme for conversion of land use of industrial activity to commercial ..... land use of industrial sites into commercial activity / services in industrial area, phase-i and ii, chandigarh scheme 2005 . and was promulgated under the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952.5. the relevant clauses of the scheme are reproduced hereunder:- finance department notification the19h september, 2005 no.28/8/51-utfi(3)-2005/6658- in exercise of .....

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