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Apr 03 1981 (HC)

State of Punjab and anr. Vs. Deepak theatre, Dhuri

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Apr-03-1981

Reported in : AIR1981P& H230

..... cinematographs in the punjab.'now is would be plain from the above that the very heading of the statute gives and inkling of its purpose to ..... in deepak theatre, dhuri. it had been duly granted a licence by the district magistrate, sangrur, under section 5 of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952(hereinafter called the act) and the rules framed thereunder. the licensing authority by its order dated the 26th of february, 1975, had made four classification of seats, namely box ; i st class ; ii ..... the statue, namely, the regulation of the business of cinematograph exhibition in general within the state and its rigid licensing in particular. inevitably, in this context what first catches the eye is the heading of the statue itself and the preamble that follows which are in the following terms :-'the punjab cinemas (regulation) act 1952-' an act to make provision for regulating exhibition by means of ..... s.s. sandhawalia, c.j. 1. whether the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952 and the rules framed there under authorise the licensing authority to make classes of cinemas hall seats and to prescribe the rates therefor is the meaningful and indeed solitary question which falls for determination in this set of fourteen connected appeals under clause .....

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Sep 29 1981 (HC)

Khandesh Roller Flour Mills, Through Its Partner Mrs. Sheela W/O Kanti ...

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Sep-29-1981

Reported in : 1982(2)BomCR299

..... observed therein that the state government was not justified in assuming jurisdiction which had been conferred on the licensing authority by section 5(1) and (2) of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act. it is not as if the union government is interfering in its appellate judicial power in this case. this is interference in the jurisdiction vested in the licensing ..... established but production has not commenced, the state governments should not issue the milling licence until and unless the unit obtains a license under the industries (development and regulation) act.'8. the learned assistant government pleader, therefore, contends that notwithstanding the fact that the respondents have issued the permission to the petitioners to install the machinery and notwithstanding ..... the provisions of the industries (development and regulation) act, in the case of units which have already been established or in respect of which effective steps as defined in the registration and licensing of industrial undertakings rules, 1952 have been taken, they have to obtain cob licenses under the said regulation. paras (c) and (d) of the letter are relevant ..... of this well known proposition of law.17. the first of such case was decided by the supreme court in commissioner of police, bombay v. gowardhandas bhanji, : [1952]1scr135 . the consideration of that case involved a question as to whether the commissioner of police for greater bombay invested with the power to grant the licence for construction .....

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Sep 29 1981 (HC)

Smt. Geeta Bajaj and ors. Vs. State of Rajasthan and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Sep-29-1981

Reported in : AIR1982Raj48

..... us have a look at this document here. its first two paragraphs read as under:--no objection certificate(under section 5a of rajasthan cinemas (regulation) act 1952)in exercise of the powers conferredupon me by section 5a (2) of the rajasthan cinemas (regulation) act, 1952 i,n.k. verma, district magistrate of district jaipur do hereby gram this certificate in pursuance of the directions contained in the judgment ..... , punjab, uttar pradesh and west bengal have not enacted any provision similar to section 5-a of the act, with the result that the jurisdiction of the local authorities like municipalities etc. in these ..... andhra pradesh, assam, bihar, gujarat, haryana, kerala, karnataka, maharashtra, madhya pradesh, orissa, punjab, tamil nadu, uttar pradesh and west bengal would reveal that only four of them, namely, andhra pradesh, kerala, karnataka, and tamil nadu have enacted provisions similar to the provisions of section 5-a of the act. the other ten states namely, assam, bihar, gujarat, haryana, maharashtra, madhya pradesh. orissa .....

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Nov 13 1981 (HC)

Ajit Singh and anr. Vs. State of Punjab

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-13-1981

Reported in : 1982CriLJ1215

..... sentence would amount to review. therein the high court of orissa whilst maintaining the conviction on merits under section 20(e) of the forward contracts (regulation) act, 1952, rendered in its earlier judgment had merely converted the substantively sentence of imprisonment into one of' fine. their lordships of the supreme court whilst holding ..... and the judgment has to be overruled on thi specific point. for the identical reasons the single bench judgment in prem singh v. the state of punjab, 1980 chand lr (cri) 234 which relied on shamsher singh's case has to be overruled.9. reference also must be made to ved prakash ..... in the affirmative.8. in fairness to the learned counsel for the petitioner we must notice his vehement reliance on rattan lai v. state of punjab : 1965crilj360 . it was pointed out that therein by majority, their lordships had set aside the order of the high court in revision and directed ..... judgment in shamsher v. state of haryana, 1975 chand lr (cri) 57 wherein an application for extending the benefits of the probation of offenders act to the petitioner; whose appeal had already been disposed of, was allowed. a reference to the judgment makes it patent that the question whether this ..... question before their lordships of the supreme court was whether the appellate or the revisional court could make an order under the probation of offenders act in cases in which the trial court on the date of conviction could not have made an order thereunder. it was in this context .....

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May 06 1981 (HC)

Gram Panchayat, Kundli and anr. Vs. the State of Haryana and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-06-1981

Reported in : AIR1982P& H159

..... original a. d. receipts filed as annexures p-3 to p-6. the resolution annexure p-1 was passed in pursuance of s. 26 of the punjab gram panchayat act, 1953, as amended by the state of haryana, which was in force at the time of the passing of the resolution. s. 26 ibid, ..... , it shall take effect from the 1st day of april of the year next after such resolution. (3) notwithstanding anything contained in the punjab excise act, 1914, or any other act for the time being in force and the rules made thereunder with regard to the powers and functions of the collector under the said ..... and taxation commissioner before the end of the year. to obviate that eventuality also, a specific provision was made in sub-section (2) in the amended act, besides giving clear five months' notice to the excise and taxation commissioner of the prohibition policy adopted by the panchayat. the provision contained in sub-s. ..... the common seal of the gram panchayat on or before 31st october, 1980, as required by amended sub-section (2) of s. 26 of the act. then the matter would have been different, otherwise the answering respondent was justified in auctioning the liquor vends in the village for the year 1981-82. ..... 1980, but to three more authorities also. therefore, there was due compliance of sub-sections (1) and (2) of s. 26 as amended by the haryana act no. 8 of 1980. accordingly, the resolution had to take effect from 1st april, 1981, and, therefore, the excise and taxation commissioner, haryana, or the state .....

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Feb 06 1981 (HC)

Kartar Kaur and ors. Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-06-1981

Reported in : AIR1981P& H146

..... it had not abandoned the scheme as notified by the government. further the learned counsel concedes that prior to the coming into force of the punjab town improvement (amendment) act, 1974, (punjab act no. 7 of 1974) which brought about a proviso to section 40 with effect from april 3, 1974, to the following effect:--'provided ..... more than 17 years ago. in a division bench judgment of this court in civil writ no. 3766 of 1979, man singh v. state of punjab decided on feb 25, 1080.* which also related to the acquisition of land in the suburb of ludhiana town for the setting up of a residential urban ..... any way debarred the trust from abandoning any scheme. if a reference to the statement of object and reasons of this act, that is, punjab act no. 7 of 1974, is made, it becomes crystal clear that in the absence of this proviso, the government felt that there ..... improvement trust, ludhiana, (hereinafter referred to as the trust) framed a development scheme under section 24 read with section 28(2) of the punjab town improvement act, 1922, (hereinafter referred to as the act), regarding 17 acres of land near the jawahar camp and in this regard published a notice under s. 36 of t he ..... that no scheme shall be abandoned by the trust without the prior approval of the state government'. there was no other provision in the act which in .....

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Feb 05 1981 (SC)

State of Tamil Nadu Vs. Hind Stone and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-05-1981

Reported in : AIR1981SC711; 1981(1)SCALE237; (1981)2SCC205; [1981]2SCR742; 1981(13)LC408(SC)

..... stage of social development, prohibition with a view to state monopoly was the only practical and reasonable manner of regulation. the statute with which we are concerned, the mines and minerals (development and regulation) act, is aimed, as we have already said more than once, at the conservation and the prudent and discriminating ..... in the public interest also furnishes an answer to the claim based on the alleged contravention of article 301. the mines and minerals (regulation and development) act is a law enacted by parliament and declared by parliament to be expedient in the public interest. rule 8c has been made by the ..... provisions with which we are not now concerned.2. pursuant to the power vested in it under section 15 of the mines and minerals (regulation and development) act, 1957, the government of tamil nadu has made the tamil nadu minor mineral concession rules, 1959. section ii of the rules consisting of ..... by the court in that case was incorporated in the seventh amendment of the constitution. in that case the facts were that the state of punjab, by a series of executive orders had established for itself a mono poly in the business of printing and selling text books for use in ..... attack that it infringes the fundamental right guaranteed by article 19(1)(g).8. earlier in rai sahib ram jawaya kapur v. the state of punjab : [1955]2scr225 before the seventh amendment of the constitution by which the present article 298 was substituted for the old article, the question arose .....

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Jul 07 1981 (HC)

Hindurao Balwant Patil and anr. Vs. Krishnaro Pashuram Patil and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jul-07-1981

Reported in : AIR1982Bom216; 1982(1)BomCR65

..... scheme of decentralisation and deconstruction of power. collective power intoxication cannot be equated with co-operatiion. in the very nature of the said movement it must not be only self regulated but the constraints and restraints are inherent in the movement it self. the rights conferred or created by the statute are coupled with duty. fixity of tenure helps proper ..... composition of the association viz. foisting members upon an association. the said decision is subsequently distinguished and explained by the supreme court in d. a. college jullunder v. state of punjab. : air1971sc1737 , while distinguishing the said decision the supreme court has observed as under for d. 1747).'a reference has been made to recent case of smt. damayanti naranga v. ..... bye-law 34 (c) the power is conferred upon the general body to pass a vote of no confidence against the board of directors. there are other provisions in the act. rules and the bye-laws dealing with disqualifications and sufficient to protect the society from mismanagement etc.17. further an unhampered, unconditional and uncontrolled power to remove office bearers ..... the members of a municipal committee seems to be inspired by this democratic instinctive foresight on the part of the legislature.'it cannot be forgotten that the co-operative societies act has been enacted having regard to the directive principles of the state policy as enshrined in the constitution of india. co-operative movement is a socio-economic and moral .....

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Feb 17 1981 (SC)

Rameshchandra Kachardas Porwal and ors. Vs. State of Maharashtra and o ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-17-1981

Reported in : AIR1981SC1127; 1981(1)SCALE334; (1981)2SCC722; [1981]2SCR866

..... of haveli and pune city taluks. on october 4, 1975, the director of agricultural marketing, maharashtra state, exercising his powers under sec. 5(2) of the maharashtra agricultural produce marketing (regulation) act, 1963, declared the locality known as market yard gultekadi as the principal market for the market area for the marketing of various commodities specified in the notification. thereafter on october ..... that if sec. 5 and rule 5 were intended to cover such transactions also they were invalid. the basic assumption of the submission was that the maharashtra agricultural produce marketing regulation act was conceived in the interests of the agriculturists only and intended for their sole benefit. this basic assumption is not well founded. it is true that one of the principal ..... alone was declared as the principal market for the area comprising greater bombay and turbhe village.it was argued on behalf of the petitioners that the maharashtra agricultural produce marketing (regulation) act 1963 did not invest the director of marketing or the market committee with any power to compel a trader to transfer his activity from a previously e xisting market to ..... frustrated. fair price to the agriculturist will soon be a mirage and the evil sought to be prevented will persist. in kewal krishan puri &anr. v. state of punjab &ors.(1) this court had occasion to observe:"no body can be allowed to establish a purchasing centre of his own at any place he likes in the market area .....

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Apr 29 1981 (HC)

Parmeshwar Lal Vs. the State of Rajasthan and 14 ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Apr-29-1981

Reported in : 1981WLN178

..... 1967 (2) ll j 806. the cosmopolitan club, madras v. the district employment officer, madras 1968 (1) lab. i. c. 599. the muncipal committee, amritsar v. the state of punjab 1971 (2) slr 420, consistent view has been taken that there cannot be any prohibition of appointment except through the employment exchange.7. whether the state government is competent to ..... simply because the vacancy had been notified to the latter under sub-section (1) of sub-section (2) or section 4 of the employment exchange (compulsory notification of vacancies) act, 1959. after having notified the vacancies, the employer may go on rejecting the candidates sent up by the employment exchange. the schome of the employment exchange (compulsory notification of vacancies ..... any appointment made without complying with the provisions of section 4 rendered invalid. section 7 of the employment exchange act, 1959 provides for penalties and it is only the failure to notify the vacancies that has been made punishable.in this case of punjab and haryana, the court was concerned, with the employment made by the municipal committee, amritsar.20. the facts ..... servant, the impugned orders are also illegal and liable to be quashed.19. the punjab haryana high court in municipal committee, amritsar v. the state of punjab (supra), observed as under:held, sub-section (1) of section 4 of the employment exchange (compulsory notification of vacancies) act, 1959 is mandatory in terms that it makes it obligatory for an employer in every .....

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