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Sep 28 1972 (HC)

Raghbir Singh and ors. Vs. the State of Haryana and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-28-1972

Reported in : AIR1973P& H376

..... it may be observed that the collector had granted these leases some years before the shamilat lands could be taken to have vested in the gram panchayats under the punjab village common lands (regulation acts of 1953/1954 or 1961. one other ground for concluding that the decrees passed on the petitioners admission were collusive would be that the proceedings in which these ..... the owners. if the gram panchayat persists in making default in the performance of its duty or in abusing its powers, the government can under section 103 of the punjab gram panchayat act, 1952, take action to suspend, supersede or abolish the panchayat. in any case, respondent no. 2 has not given any reason why the petitioners were to be assessed to ..... were members along with some others. apart from the merits of the plaintiffs' case in the two civil suits, the petitioners, had acted in utter disregard of the provisions of section 67(1) of the punjab gram panchayat act, 1952 (punjab act no. iv of 1953) which debar any member of a panchayat from taking part in any judicial proceeding in which he or his ..... petitioners that the block development and panchayat officer (respondent no. 2) a junior officer had simultaneously with those proceedings, taken action against the petitioners under section 105 of the punjab gram panchayat act, 1952, to enforce the petitioners' civil liability for the loss alleged to have been caused to the panchayat by the petitioners' neglect and misconduct. the show-cause notice, dated 4 .....

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Nov 22 1972 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax and ors. Vs. Ramesh Chander and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-22-1972

Reported in : [1974]93ITR450(P& H)

..... a case under sections 411,413 and 414 of the indian penal code and sections 4, 5 and 6 of the foreign exchange regulation act, 1947, and foreign exchange regulation (amendment) act, 1957, stands registered against ramesh chander. the said currency notes and the account books are the case-property which is the subject ..... with this judgment, it may be made clear that anything said by the learned single judge against shri balwant singh, traffic inspector of the punjab police, during the course of the judgment, will be considered to be washed away for the simple reason that shri balwant singh was not a ..... account books were known to beat a place in the custody of another department of the government, that is, shri balwant singh, traffic inspector of the punjab police, the warrant for search and seizure could not be issued. the learned judge, therefore, recorded the following findings :' i, therefore, hold that, ..... was recorded by the learned single judge, when the commissioner of income-tax, patiala, received a telephonic call from balwant singh, traffic inspector of the punjab police, at about 12-30 p.m. on august 6, 1971 at his residence, he (shri cheema) was called by the commissioner and the ..... rs. 1,61,000 had been recovered from ramesh chander. the details of the talk which took place between balwant singh, traffic inspector of the punjab police, and the commissioner of income-tax, patiala, are not available, but whatever facts are on the record will be narrated at the relevant place .....

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Apr 12 1972 (HC)

Delhi Financial Corporation Vs. Ram Pershad

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Apr-12-1972

Reported in : AIR1973Delhi28

..... , c.p.c. which is in the following terms:--'provided that where the court is satisfied that case pending before it involves a question as to the validity of any act ordinance or regulation or of any provision contained in an act, ordinance or regulation the a determination of which is necessary for the disposal of the case and is of opinion that such ..... of security for the said loans. the loans were repayable with interest by installments which were specified in the mortgage deeds. under the punjab reorganisation act, 1966, the appellant took over all the assets and liabilities of the punjab financial corporation within the union territories of delhi and chandigarh. the appellant thereforee became entitled to recover the loans advanced to the respondent under ..... thereof was ultra vires. it was thereforee not competent for the learned district judge to examine the act in the light of the decision of the supreme court under the punjab public premises and land (eviction and rent recovery) act 1959 and to hold that the act came within the rule laid down by the supreme court in that case. under section 113, c ..... supreme court in northern india caters (pvt) ltd. v. state of punjab, : [1967]3scr399 . that was not a case under the act a but was a case under the punjab premises and land (eviction and rent recovery) act 31 of 1959. the supreme court has struck done section 5 of the said act on the ground that an alternative remedy has been provided to the .....

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May 12 1972 (HC)

In the Matter of Delhi Bharat GraIn Merchants Association, Ltd. Vs. Un ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-12-1972

Reported in : [1974]44CompCas214(Delhi); ILR1972Delhi793

..... and before 'and oils & oilseeds of all kinds' in clause iii sub-clause i thereof. (2) the petitioner company has been, among other things, regulating and maintaining a clearing house for fixing and declaring market rates and settlement dates for fixing brokerage, for the periodical settlements of contracts and differences, for the ..... by raj kumar bansal is at the instance of his father-in-law (sliri ram dayal gupta), who is a director in a rival company messrs punjab exchange ltd. it is, however, stated by raj kumar bansal that he had paid a sum of rs. 1000.00 towards 50% value of the ..... rao, j. of the madras high court in rajendra industries (private) ltd. (1967 (2) company law journal 144), who followed a decision of the punjab high court rendered by khanna, j. (as his lordship then was in re. new asiatic insurance co., ltd., (1965) 2 com l.j. 240. a ..... passing on the delivery orders for clarification, control, regulation and admission of members, for declaring members as defaulters for non-payment of dues and doing various other such acts in the course of such business mentioned in paragraph 6 of the memorandum of association of the ..... question arose in the punjab case whether a company which was carrying on life insurance business could after taking over of such business by the central government be allowed to include within .....

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Apr 28 1972 (HC)

Bharat Commerce and Industries Ltd. Vs. Registrar of Companies and anr ...

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Apr-28-1972

Reported in : [1973]43CompCas275(Cal),78CWN176

..... nagda in the state of madhya pradesh, thana in the state of maharashtra, nanjangud in the state of mysore and rajpura in the state of punjab.5. the distance between different mills or factories belonging to the company and the registered office at calcutta and the route inter se the said ..... employees from calcutta to any other place. indeed we are unable to do so. those questions would be governed by theprovisions of the industrial disputes act which we cannot take notice of in the instant application.18. mr. ashim ghosh's contention that an extraordinary general meeting can be called and ..... suggestion in regard to confirmation of the alteration. sub-section (4) to the said section was introduced by way of amendment in 1965 by act lxv of 1965 to empower the registrar to appear before thecourt and point out any irregularity in an alteration proposed by a company to its memorandum ..... the disputes between the company and its employees and thus the transfer should not be sanctioned in the instant case.13. section 17 of the act empowers a company to alter the provisions contained in its memorandum by a special resolution in order to remove its registered office from one state ..... registered office of the company from no. 10, camac street, calcutta, to the said no. 10, ring road, new delhi, under section 17 of the companies act, 1956.2. the petitioner, bharat commerce & industries ltd., hereinafter referred to as the company, was originally incorporated under the name of bharat airways ltd. on .....

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Dec 07 1972 (HC)

Jaipur Bottling Co. Vs. State of Rajasthan and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Dec-07-1972

Reported in : 1972WLN964

..... assailed but the attack was rejected. it is easy to see that the provisions of section 7(2a) are designed to minimise evasion, to eliminate accumulation of taxes and to regulate a continuous flow in the coffer. these are incidental powers and we do not find any force in the contention of the petitioner that section 7(2a) is ultra vires ..... be deemed to have been made or issued and done or taken under the provisions so re enacted, unless and until is is superseded by any appointment, notification, order, scheme, regulation, form or bye-law mads or issued or anything done or action taken under the provisions so re-enacted.the important words are that where any enactment is re-enacted ..... because the situation is different.16. the case of m/s bhawani cotton mills : [1967]3scr577 is also distinguishable because there the conflict was between the punjab general sales tax act with the central sales tax act.17. the last point urged is that section 7(2a) requires any dealer or class of dealers specified in any notification made by the government to ..... . : [1967]3scr577 . section 27 of the rajasthan general clauses act, 1955 reads as follows:27 continuation of orders etc. issued under enactments repealed and re-enacted-where any enactment is repealed and re-enacted with or without modifications then, unless it is otherwise expressly provided, any appointment, notification, order, scheme, rule, regulation, form or bye-law made or issued and anything duly .....

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Mar 08 1972 (SC)

C. Buchivenkata Rao Vs. the Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-08-1972

Reported in : AIR1972SC1324; (1972)1SCC734; [1972]3SCR665

..... mining lease to him of an area mentioned in his applications. he alleged that his applications complied with the rules framed under the mines and minerals (regulation and development) act of 1957. the state government rejected the application of 1.8.1960 on 7.12.1960, but granted the application made on 4th october, 1950, ..... noticed by the high court, as a separate ground of attack, was that the central govt. had relied upon a ruling of a single judge of the punjab high court in j.a. trivadi brothers v. union of india a.i.r. 1959 pun 589, holding that rules 27 to 29 did not make defective ..... place of business, place of registration of incorporation and except in the case of a company which is not a private company as defined in the indian companies act, 1913 (7 of 1913) the names and addresses of the individuate constituting such partnership firm, company, association or body.(b) the number and date of ..... the application seems to be subordinate to the essential facts to be taken into account before granting a lease.6. there is no provision in the act showing that the defects in an application which is accompanied by the fee prescribed in rule 28 cannot be subsequently removed. the information given in the ..... [1969]2scr507 , which related to a right to obtain transfer of a permit for a motor vehicle under section 61, sub-section 2 of the motor vehicle act. it was held there that, in the case of the death of an applicant for the grant of a permit in respect of his motor vehicle, the .....

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May 02 1972 (HC)

Ramanlal Purshottamdas Chokshi Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : May-02-1972

Reported in : (1973)14GLR112

..... validly exercising its legislative power in respect of matters covered by entry 52 of list i and entry 33 of list iii. in the industries (development and regulation) act (1951), the expression 'semi-manufactures or manufactures' of item (1)(b) (2) of the first schedule was construed in the context to cover the ..... those who carry on or want to carry on business lawfully would not find it any more difficult under these absolutely necessary reasonable restrictions by way of just regulations. therefore, the entire challenge to the impugned provisions in sections 16, 27, 28, 30, 52, 67 and 100 along with the relevant rules completely fails. ..... decision in harakhchand v. union of india a.i.r. 1970 s.c. 1452 at page 1465 was given in the context where the power of regulation which was granted to the administrator under section 5(2)(b)(a) was held to amount to excessive delegation. even section 27 has now been recast ..... being in force relating to gold; or (iii) any other law for the time being in force in so far as such law prohibits, restricts or regulates the bringing into or taking out of india of any goods (including coins, currency, whether indian or foreign, and foreign exchange) or the dealing in ..... regard, it lays down the perspective and the considerations which must be made. after the decision of the supreme court in amritsar municipality v. state of punjab a.i.r. 1969 s.c. 1101, at page 1103, it is well-settled that the rule adopted by american courts that a vagut statute violates .....

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Feb 09 1972 (HC)

Brij Kishore Vs. Ram Niwas

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Feb-09-1972

Reported in : 1972WLN89

..... as a paid legal practitioner on behalf of the board or against the board after his election to the board the main section 26 of 'the act' originally stood as follows:26. general disqualifications for members:a person, notwithstanding that he is otherwise qualified, shall be disqualified for being chosen as. ..... ) for something done.and the word 'salaried' means 'receiving or yielding a salary.the wore 'appointment' means in the same dictionary 'an act of appointing: she act of coming to terms of capitulation; designation by virtue of a vested power of a person to enjoy an estate or other specific property subject to ..... difference.8. placing reliance upon harnam singh modi and anr. v. state of punjab the learned counsel for respondent while drawing my attention to the provision of sub-clauses (viii) and (xiii) of section 26 of 'the act' urged that when the case was covered specifically by sub-clause (xiii) recourse ..... can not be taken to sub-clause (viii) as it was a general provision only. in the punjab authority it was held that when two provisions of a statute ..... are in conflict with each other an effort should be made to reconcile than. if the conflict is irreconcilable the specific provisions will over ride the general provisions.9. sub-clause (viii) of section 26 of 'the act' has .....

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Jun 14 1972 (HC)

isher Dass Vs. Amar Nath

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jun-14-1972

Reported in : 1973CriLJ718

..... be said to be present. a sarpanch like the respondent is removable from his office under sections 9 and 102(2) of the punjab gram panchayat act, 1952. (hereinafter called 'the act'). under section 9, he is removable by a two-third majority of the votes of the members of the sabha at an ..... of the members of the sabha at an ordinary meeting, if approved by the director. there was no provision in that act analogous to the provisions of section 102(2) of the punjab gram panchayat act, 1952. empowering the government to remove the sarpanch from his office. gurdev singh, j. in criminal revn, no. 430 ..... raj 125 : 1966 cri lj 584. those judgments are not applicable because the provisions of the rajasthan panchayat act, 1953, are different and not in pari materia with the provisions of the punjab gram panchayat act.6. even the second ingredient of section 197 of the code is missing in this case. the alleged ..... acts of embezzlement and falsification of accounts cannot be said to have been committed by the respondent in the ..... in complete agreement with what has been said by the learned judge.7. for the reasons given above, i hold that the sanction of the punjab government for the prosecution of the respondent under section 197 of the code was not required. i therefore, accept this petition and set aside the .....

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