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Feb 18 1969 (HC)

Deputy Secretary, Ministry of Finance, Dept. of Revenue and Company La ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Feb-18-1969

Reported in : [1970]40CompCas83(Cal),73CWN446

..... make the report. the decisions on which reliance was placed were state of punjab v. hari kishan sharma, : [1966]2scr982 . in that case the state government required all applications for cinema licences to be forwarded to it for disposal although section 5(1) and (2) of the punjab cinemas (regulations) act conferred the jurisdiction to consider and deal with such applications on the licensing ..... authority. it was held that the state government could not convert itself into the original authority to deal with the licences because section 5(3) of the act allowed an appeal to the state government to be preferred ..... decision for the proposition that the impugned order was an administrative order and was not amenable to judicial review. in that case an order was made under the punjab welfare officers (recruitment and conditions of service) rules, 1952, directing the appellant to reinstate its welfare officers and the question raised before the supreme court was whether the state of ..... punjab exercising its appellate jurisdiction under rule 6(6) of the said rules was a tribunal within the meaning of article 136(1) of the constitution. the facts in .....

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Sep 12 1969 (SC)

Municipal Committee, Amritsar and ors. Vs. the State of Punjab and anr ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-12-1969

Reported in : AIR1970SC2182; (1969)2SCC823; [1970]2SCR375

..... accordance with the provision contained in article 31(2) of the constitution. in writ petition no. 295 of 1968, municipal committee, amritsar v. state of punjab : [1969]3scr447 in which the provisions of the punjab cattle fairs (regulation) act 1968 came up for examination, it was laid down by this court that the state was incompetent to declare land belonging to the municipal committee ..... as falling within the fair area and to take possession of that land in exercise of the power conferred by the act without providing for payment of compensation ..... may, without giving such notice, take over the management of such schools after publication of a notification to that effect in the official gazette.(2) & (3)....section 6 'amendment of punjab acts no. ill of 1911 and no. xx of 1883.-where a local authority has passed a resolution under section 3 or the state government has taken over management of aided ..... . it has been managing its local affairs through the elected representatives from the city who are called municipal commissioners. it is constituted and functions under the provisions of the punjab municipal act 1911. a number of primary schools were being run by the committee within the municipal limits of the town of amritsar for which it was getting grant-in-aid from .....

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Jan 28 1969 (HC)

Panchayat Deh, Through Sarpanch and Gram Sabha, Garhi Brahman Vs. Punj ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-28-1969

Reported in : AIR1969P& H344

..... were defended by the panchayat deh and gram sabha only. in each suit it was pleaded that the land in dispute had vested in the gram panchayat under the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, i of 1954, that the plaintiff, could not claim its possession, the suit was barred by time and the secretary of the plaintiff-board had no authority to ..... for the years 1909-10 and 1945-46. the reason for the change of the owner from shamlat deh to panchayat deh was the coming into force of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1954, whereunder all the lands included in the shamlat deh of any village automatically vested in the panchayat having jurisdiction over the village with effect from the date ..... . the land had been described as shamlat deh hasab rasad raqba khewat prior to coming into force of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, i of 1954. this land, therefore, vested in the panchayat of the village under section 3 of the said act and continues to so vest. 15. for the reasons given above, these appeals are allowed, the decrees passed by ..... the gram panchayat in spite of the fact that it was recorded in the revenue papers as shamlat deh because it never belonged to the proprietary body. the provisions of punjab act no. i of 1954 were held to have no effect on the suits. the finding given by the learned trial court on issue no. (4) was not challenged before the .....

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Dec 19 1969 (HC)

Kirpal Singh and ors. Vs. Surjan Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-19-1969

Reported in : AIR1970P& H519

..... in the village, where the suit land was situate, in august 1961, when the sale-deed was executed, because by that time the puniab village common lands regulation act. 1953. had come into force, whereunder all the rights, title and interest in the shamilat deh had vested in the panchayat, having iuris-diction over the ..... . 9. it was held by a division bench of the punjab chief court in maluk smgh v. muhammad, 65 pun re. 1889-'in a suit for pre-emption, held (following the previous rulings of the court) ..... as well. that being so, the whole of the property sold was not capable of physical possession within the meaning of article 10 of the limitation act and therefore, the pre-emption suit should have been filed within one year from the date of the registration of the sale-deed under that very article ..... numbers were capable of delivery of actual possession and regarding the rest, physical possession was not possible. that being so, under article 10 of the limitation act, where the subject-matter of sale did not admit of physical possession, the limitation for filing a suit for pre-emption commenced from the date when ..... suit for pre-emption commenced from the date of the registration of the sale-deed. i.e., 8th november, 1962, under article 10 of the limitation act he had filed the suit on 18th august, 1962, and the same was within time. the learned senior subordinate judge came to the conclusion that the .....

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Nov 26 1969 (HC)

Mysore Electrical Industries Ltd. Vs. the Commercial Tax Officer and o ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-26-1969

Reported in : AIR1970Kant259; AIR1970Mys259

..... was incorporated in the constitution, inter alia, for the regulation of inter-state sale transactions. in state of bombay v. united motors (india) ltd., : [1953]4scr1069 the supreme court held that under the bombay sales tax act, 1952 sales effected in bombay in respect of goods exported from ..... rates at which it is to be charged in respect of different classes of goods, and the like.'7. in corporation of calcutta v. liberty cinema, : [1965]2scr477 sarkar, j. (as he then was) delivering the majority judgment for himself, raghubar dayal and mudholkar, jj. held that ..... general sales tax law of the appropriate state in the matter of assess-ment, reassessment, collection and enforcement of payment of tax. the act, if it had intended, could have delegated to the state governments the power to frame rules providing for assessment, reassessment, collection and ..... and a power to fix rates simpliciter. 8. in devidas gopal krishnan v. state of punjab, : [1967]3scr557 it was held that since under section 5 of the punjab general sales tax act, 1948, as it originally stood, an uncontrolled power was conferred on the provincial government ..... to levy tax at such rates as the government might direct, the legislature practically effaced itself in the matter of fixation of rates and it did not give any guidance either under that section or under any oilier provisions of the act .....

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Nov 26 1969 (HC)

Mysore Electrical Industries Ltd. Vs. Commercial Tax Officer, V Circle ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-26-1969

Reported in : [1971]27STC559(Kar)

..... was incorporated in the constitution, inter alia, for the regulation of inter-state sale transactions. in state of bombay v. the united motors (india) ltd. : [1953]4scr1069 , the supreme court held that under the bombay sales tax act, 1952, sales effected in bombay in respect of goods exported ..... rates at which it is to be charged in respect of different classes of goods, and the like.' 7. in corporation of calcutta v. liberty cinema : [1965]2scr477 , sarkar, j. (as he then was), delivering the majority judgment for himself, raghubar dayal and mudholkar, jj., held that ..... the general sales tax law of the appropriate state in the matter of assessment, reassessment, collection and enforcement of payment of tax. the act, if it had intended, could have delegated to the state governments the power to frame rules providing for assessment, reassessment, collection and ..... a power to fix rates simpliciter. 8. in devi dass gopal krishnan v. state of punjab : [1967]3scr557 , it was held that since under section 5 of the punjab general sales tax act, 1948, as it originally stood, an uncontrolled power was conferred on the provincial government ..... to levy tax at such rates as the government might direct, the legislature practically effected itself in the matter of fixation of rates and it did not give any guidance either under that section or under any other provisions of the act .....

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Oct 30 1969 (SC)

State of Haryana Vs. Mohanlal and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Oct-30-1969

Reported in : AIR1970SC1848; (1969)3SCC484; [1970]3SCR202

..... the high court allowed the petition because it held (1) that sub-section (3) of section 1 of the punjab town improvement act (punjab act iv of 1922)--hereinafter referred to as the act--only envisages the creation of a trust in a municipal area where a committee is functioning and so is in a ..... state government under this section shall cease to be members of the trust.12. reading section 1(3) and section 4a of the act, and section 238 of the punjab municipal act, 1911, together, it seems to us that the true meaning of the latter portion of sub-section (3) of section 1 ..... be dissolved accordingly.7. it appears that on the supersession of the municipality of rohtak in 1954 an administration was appointed under section 238 of the punjab municipal act, 1911. this section, inter alia, provides:238. (1)...(2) when a committee is so superseded, the following consequences shall ensue:(a)...(b) ..... effect reads :in pursuance of the provisions of sub-section (3) of section 1 of the punjab town improvement act, 1922 (punjab act no. iv of 1922), the governor of punjab proposes to apply the provisions of the said act to the whole of the area of the municipalities specified below with effect from 9th june, 1958: ..... the power to create a new trust or reconstitute a new trust. we may mention that section 12 of the general clauses (punjab) act, 1898, provides that 'where by any punjab act any power is conferred then that power may be exercised from time to time as occasion requires.'17. in the result the .....

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Feb 26 1969 (SC)

Jindal Oil Mills and ors. and Vs. Godhra Electricity Co. Ltd.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-26-1969

Reported in : AIR1969SC1225; (1969)GLR1036(SC); (1969)1SCC781; [1969]3SCR836

..... /1954 : 1955crilj254 : 1955crilj254 this court laid down that the provisions of section 6(c), (d) and (e) of the general clauses act, 1897 relating to the consequences of the repeal of a law are applicable not only when an act or regulation is repealed simpliciter but also to a case of repeal and simultaneous enactment re-enacting all the provisions of the repealed ..... or by necessary implication affects rights created under the old law those rights must be held to continue in force even after the new statute or regulation comes into force. but in the cases before us there is no question of affecting any vested right. there is no dispute that the charges fixed can be altered. the ..... be adopted in altering them. that controversy does not touch any vested right. the procedure in question must necessarily be regulated by the law in force at the time of the alteration of the charges.9. section 57 of the supply act as it stands now lays down that the provisions of schedule vi shall be deemed to be incorporated in the ..... operate on different fields; hence in view of section 6 of the general clauses act, 1897, we must hold that the charges fixed by the government in 1952 continue to be in operation. in this connection he relied on certain observations made by this court in state of punjab v. mohar singh 0043/1954 : 1955crilj254 and deep chand v. state of u.p .....

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Feb 20 1969 (HC)

Jindas Oil Mill and anr. Vs. Godhra Electricity Co. Ltd.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Feb-20-1969

Reported in : (1969)10GLR1036

..... by necessary implication affects rights created under the old law those rights must be held to continue in force even after the new statute or regulation comes into force. but in the cases before us there is no question of affecting any vested right. there is no dispute that the ..... basis of the recommendation of a rating committee. it was urged on their behalf that the amendments made in 1956 do not affect the charges in 1952 and they continue to rule till altered by the government in accordance with law. the respondent repudiates those contentions. it denies that the appellants have any ..... modifying the charges fixed in 1952.8. in mohar singh's case this court laid down that the provisions of section 6(c), (d) and (e) of the general clauses act, 1897 relating to the consequence of the repeal of a law are applicable not only when an act or regulation is repealed simpliciter but also ..... different fields; hence in view of section 6 of the general clauses act, 1897, we must hold that the charges fixed by the government in 1952 continue to be in operation. in this connection he relied on certain observations made by this court in state of punjab v. mohar singh (1955) s.c.r. p. 893, ..... and deep chand v. state of u.p. and ors. (1959) 2, supp. s.c.r. p. 8. on the other hand it was contended by the learned counsel for the respondent that the rights and liabilities of the respondents at present are exclusively regulated by the provisions of the supply act .....

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Apr 01 1969 (SC)

Union of India (Uoi) Vs. Jagjit Singh

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-01-1969

Reported in : AIR1970SC122; (1969)2SCC108; [1970]1SCR163

..... a district superintendent of police was quite competent to pass the order of dismissal against the respondent. under section 4 of the police act v of 1861, an act for the regulation of police,the administration of the police throughout a general police-district shall be vested in an officer to be styled the inspector ..... chanan shah : [1969]3scr653 . there what was said was :it is not necessary to decide whether the provisions of rule 16.38 of the punjab police rules are mandatory or directory. even assuming that the rule is directory, we find that there has been no substantial compliance with its provisions.we do ..... and that in his case the departmental enquiry had been started without following the above procedure. although the plaint does not mention the rule in the punjab police rules referred to by the plaintiff in paragraph 6-a there can be no doubt that the reference was to rule 16.38 of chapter ..... decreed the suit. this decree was upheld in appeal by the additional district judge, delhi and in second appeal by a single judge of the punjab high court who modified the decree by an alteration in the figure of the salary claimed by the plaintiff but upholding his claim on the main ..... a district superintendent of police; and thirdly, whether the dismissal was void on account of non-compliance with the provisions of rule 16.38 of the punjab police rules.3. in order to appreciate the points raised, it is necessary to state the following relevant facts. the respondent had been appointed a .....

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