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May 04 1979 (SC)

Kewal Krishan Puri and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-04-1979

Reported in : AIR1980SC1008; (1980)1SCC416; [1979]3SCR1217

..... but the distinction between the said case and the present one is that under the former there was no provision in section 5(1) of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act of 1952 that the power of the licensing authority to grant licence was subject to any rule, the rule in its turn providing an overriding power in the ..... and ors. v. the state of orissa and ors. : [1961]2scr537 the challenge was to the cess levied by the orissa mining areas development fund act, 1952. the petitioners' stand in the first instance was that the cess levied was not a fee but a duty of excise on coal and hence beyond ..... or commission agent or otherwise but does not include a person licensed under section 13.as per clause (i):'market' means a market established and regulated under this act for the notified market area, and includes a market proper, a principal market yard and sub-market yard.the definition of 'market proper' ..... together and are being disposed of by a common judgment.2. in the erstwhile composite state of punjab the act was passed in the year 1961 to consolidate and amend the law relating to the better regulation of the purchase, sale, storage and processing of agricultural produce and the establishment of markets for agricultural ..... year and, therefore, each is required to pay 30 per centum of its income to the board by virtue of the amendment brought about by punjab act 4 of 1978. under section 25 all receipts of the board are to be credited into a fund to be called the marketing development fund. .....

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Feb 05 1979 (HC)

D. Satyanarayana Murty Vs. the Govt. of Andhra Pradesh and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-05-1979

Reported in : AIR1979AP259

..... dearer to the freedom loving hearts of locke, montesquieu and gandhi.8. state of punjab v. hari kishan, : [1966]2scr982 is a case which arose under the punjab cinemas (regulation) act. section 5 of that act corresponds in material particulars to sec. 6 of our act. section 5(2) of the punjab act reads as follows:--'subject to the foregoing provisions of this section and to the control ..... of the government, a licensing authority may grant licences under this act to such persons as it thinks fit, ..... arises under the andhra pradesh cinemas (regulation) act, 1956 (hereinafter called the act), section 6 of the act excludes the application of all other analogous (provisions) to the construction or reconstruction of a building or the use, or the installation of any machinery in any place or building to be used exclusively for the holding of cinematography exhibitions. the act directs that in every ..... on such terms and conditions as it may determine.'9. dealing with s. 5(2) of the punjab act, the supreme court observed: 'the control of government contemplated by s. 5(2) may justify the .....

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Sep 28 1979 (HC)

Rajender Parshad and ors. Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-28-1979

Reported in : AIR1980P& H37

..... only and strictly to agrarian reform.10. in the case of ranjit singh v. state of punjab (supra), kochuni's case again came up for pointed notice. whilst upholding the vires of the consolidation act, the punjab gram panchayat act, punjab village common lands (regulation) act and the punjab security of land tenures act, hidayatullah j., speaking for the bench observed as follows:--'* * * no doubt kochuni's ..... the correctness of the earlier full bench decisions of this court were consequently upheld.6. following, by and large, the provisions of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961, the impugned provisions of the haryana municipal common lands (regulation) act, 1974 were promulgated on the 26th of january, 1973. the sharp distinction, however, is that whereas by the earlier statute the ..... the issue was carried before the final court with regard to the vires of the consolidation act, punjab gram panchayat act, punjab village common lands (regulation) act, and the security of land tenures act and in ranjit singh v. state of punjab, air 1965 sc 632, their lordships held that all these provisions were part of a general scheme of agrarian reforms and were ..... and kerala, air 1960 sc 1080. a full bench of five judges in jagat singh didar singh v. state of punjab. air 1962 punj 221, reiterated the validity of the statute.5. the punjab village common lands (regulation) act was enacted in the year 1961 and on the formation of the state of haryana on the 1st of november, 1966 .....

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May 04 1979 (SC)

Manohar Nathurao Samarth Vs. Marotrao and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : May-04-1979

Reported in : AIR1979SC1084; (1979)4SCC93; [1979]3SCR1078

..... to offer himself as a candidate for election to a local authority and the employee so permitted shall not be deemed to have contravened the provisions of this regulation. 39. the nagpur corporation act contains a number of provisions concerned with holding elections to the nagpur corporation. sections 9 to 22 deal with various matters, electoral roll, the qualification of candidates ..... the area of election law. 5. two decisions, one of calcutta sarafatulla sarkar v. surja kumar mondal and the other of punjab & haryana uttam singh v. s. kirpal singh support the appellant's position that mere rules regulating service discipline and conduct, even though they have the force of law, cannot operationally be expanded into an interdict on candidature or ..... court in the absence of any specific disqualification or a general disqualification of a residuary nature being enacted in section 10a of the bengal village self-government, act, 1919. the full bench decision of the punjab & haryana high court, in my view, merely follows the reasoning of the calcutta decision without considering the distinction indicated above and, therefore, it is ..... -fetched, or unusual, or unlikely. 15. this perceptive process leaves us in no doubt about the soundness of the interpretation which has appealed to the full bench of the punjab, and haryana high court and the division bench of the calcutta high court. 16. there is a broader constitutional principle which supports this semantic attribution. the success of our .....

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May 22 1979 (HC)

Delhi Transport Corporation and anr. Vs. Jiwan Kishore

Court : Delhi

Decided on : May-22-1979

Reported in : ILR1981Delhi548

..... ) the respondent succeeded in justifying his claim in the lower courts on the basis of regulation 8 of the delhi road transport authority (conditions of appointment and service) regulations, 1952. but these regulations came into force on september 1, 1952 that is two months after the service sheet was prepared and was signed and marked by ..... documentary evidence to the satisfaction of the appointing authority. though the original is not on record but the copy of the metriculation certificate of the punjab university shows that the plamtiff-respondent passed the examination held in march 1951 of which the said certificate was issued on june 10, 1951. it ..... '. if this court is permitted to compare his signatures in the relevant column with signatures on the plaint, .under section 73 of the indian evidence act, 1872, i can say that the two tally remarkably well. even otherwise, the date june 19. 1917 stands authenticated by the thumb mark of ..... i had then come to 'the conclusion that in administrative matters affecting the rights of a person, what the authority is required to do is to act fairly. even in the land of its birth and growth, natural justice, it is increasingly realised, is required to be kept within certain bounds. ..... appropriate it is to reject an expression which includes the word justice and to use instead terms such as 'fairness' or 'the duty to act fairly'. the courts must be slow to allow an implied obligation to be fair to be used as a means of bringing before the courts .....

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Jan 19 1979 (HC)

Gurdwara Sahib Padshahi DaswIn Tittarsar Vs. Kesar Singh Chela Tirath ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-19-1979

Reported in : AIR1979P& H166

..... are equally open that alternative is to he chosen which will be consistent with the smooth working of the system which the statute purports to he regulating, and that alternative is to be rejected which will introduce uncertainty, friction or confusion into the working of the system.'11. in firm hansraj ..... and the properties attached to them were not under the supervision or control of the board or any other institution under the provisions of the act. the management of each gurdwara must be either with a mahant or some other office-holder whether hereditary or otherwise. a committee of management ..... the committees of management will be constituted after a particular gurdwara or gurdwaras have been declared to be sikh gurdwaras under the provisions of the act. sub-s. (1) to s. 88 is reproduced below:''the committee shall he constituted as soon as may be after the constitution of ..... being virtually 'non-existent, the respondent committee was perfectly entitled to constitute itself as the managing committee thereof under section 87(1) of the act.''3. the appeal was then referred to the division bench comprising of gurnam singh, j., and myself. after hearing the learned counsel on both ..... a list of all rights, titles or interests in the immovable properties situated in punjab inclusive of the gurdwara etc. which he claims to belong, within his knowledge, to the gurdwara specified in sch. i attached to the act. where no such list concerning any gurdwara mentioned in sch. i was forwarded .....

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Jul 16 1979 (HC)

Rajinder Singh Etc. Vs. Kultar Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jul-16-1979

Reported in : AIR1980P& H1

..... point arises for consideration.54. in view of the aforesaid discussion, i hold that the punjab courts (haryana amendment) act (act no. 20 of 1977), the punjab courts (haryana amendment) act no. 24 of 1978 and the punjab courts (amendment) act, 1963 are valid and were enacted with the requisite legislative competence. consequently, civil miscellaneous ..... these expressions of their 'primary content'. it is thus seen that the authority to legislate in regard to administration of justice and constitution and regulation of courts is vested in the state legislature.'45. though a few other judgments' were also cited, but i do not propose to ..... of 'administration of justice' is included in the state list alone. the state legislature is undoubtedly competent to enact a law to define and regulate the jurisdiction and power of the high court in the matter of administration of justice. if the expression, 'administration of justice' as occurring ..... subject mentioned list ii, and list iii, on which the state legislature could make law.12. in support of the argument that any law regulating the jurisdiction of the high court is a law with respect to its constitution and organisation and, therefore, a law under the field of ..... of the judges thereof in relation to the administration of justice in the court, including any power to make rules of court and to regulate the settings of the court and of members. thereof sitting alone or in division courts, shall be the same as immediately before the commencement .....

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Jul 10 1979 (HC)

Sri Balaji Enterprise Vs. Deputy Regional P.F. Commissioner

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-10-1979

Reported in : (1980)IILLJ380Mad

..... benefits once the period of infancy protection has expired. it is unnecessary to cite decisions for this proposition.12. section 16(1)(b) of the employees' provident funds act, 1952, reads as follows:this act shall not apply to any other establishment employing fifty, or more persons or twenty or more, but less than fifty persons until the expiry of three years in ..... would not be on that account a continuation of the earlier establishment. if a business of catering is carried on in one room given by the railway under a licence regulating the terms and conditions of such business and thereafter, the licence is terminated and some one else sets up an organisation of his own on fresh terms and conditions, it ..... a canteen in the railway premises, the establishment was regarded as an old one or one that had been continued from time to time by different contractors. in state of punjab v. satpal, : 1970crilj738 , there was devolution of interest and the establishment as such continued. there is no such devolution of interest in the present case.in the result, the learned ..... jiigannathadas govindas and two others were proprietors of what is known as maharani talkies consisting of buildings, the projector equipment, furniture and other suitable fittings designed for the exhibition of cinema pictures. they were leasing out to successive lessees the building known as maharani talkies and also the projector equipment and other suitable fittings for the purpose of exhibition of .....

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Jul 10 1979 (HC)

Sri Balaji Enterprise (Firm) Represented by Its Managing Partner, A.M. ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-10-1979

Reported in : (1980)1MLJ362

..... benefits once the period of infancy protection has expired. it is unnecessary to cite decisions for this proposition.12. section 16(1)(b) of the employees' provident funds act, 1952 reads as follows:this act shall not apply to any other establishment employing fifty or more persons or twenty or more but less than fifty persons until the expiry of three years in ..... would not be on that account a continuation of the earlier establishment. if a business of catering is carried on in one room given by the railway under a licence regulating the terms and conditions of such business and thereafter the licence is terminated and some one else sets up an organisation of his own on fresh terms and conditions, it ..... a canteen in the railway premises, the establishment was regarded as an old one or one that had been continued from time to time by different contractors. in state of punjab v. satpal : 1970crilj738 , there was devolution of interest and the establishment as such continued. there is no such devolution of interest in the present case.in the result, the learned ..... jagannadhadas govindas and two others were proprietors of what is known as maharani talkies consisting of buildings, the projector equipment, furniture and other suitable fittings designed for the exhibition of cinema pictures. they were leasing out to successive lessees the building known as maharani talkies and also the projector equipment and other suitable fittings for the purpose of exhibition of .....

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Nov 19 1979 (SC)

Mani Subrat JaIn Vs. Raja Ram Vohra

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Nov-19-1979

Reported in : AIR1980SC299; (1980)1SCC1; [1980]2SCR141; 1980(12)LC60(SC)

order9. the judgment having been delivered counsel for the respondent represented that the agreement, which has been made and appendixed to the judgment be treated as an undertaking mutually between the parties to the court. counsel on both sides have no objection to this course and so we record the agreement incorporated in the judgment as an undertaking to the court made by the parties in regard to their respective obligations.

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