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Dec 23 1994 (HC)

Kannan Vs. District Magistrate

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-23-1994

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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Nov 10 1994 (HC)

Ram Chander Vs. the State of Haryana

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-10-1994

Reported in : (1995)109PLR432

..... h.k. sandhu, jj.1. brief facts of the case are that gram panchayat, madlauda, district panipat, respondent no. 5, instituted an application under section 7 of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961, on july 12. 1989, against the petitioner for his ejectment from 60 kanals 2 marias of shamlat deh owned by the former. the application was contested. assistant collector ..... annexure p-6 dated february 16,1994, on the ground that the question whether a revision against the order of the collector was competent under the provisions of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act was pending before the high court and therefore, the commissioner had no jurisdiction to entertain any revision, and in this view of the matter he dismissed the revision ..... with. the case of the gram panchayat, on the other hand, is that assistant collector ist grade or for that matter the collector had no power under the punjab village common lands (regulation) act or for that matter under any other law to direct the gram panchayat to sell a particular land vesting in the gram panchayat to another person, and if such ..... of the site on which he had built a house or erected any other structure on any land in the shamlat deh before the coming into force of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961. he further pointed that the relevant rule applicable in this case is rule 12, which lays down as under:-'12. purposes for which land may be sold .....

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Sep 15 1994 (HC)

Ram Pal and ors. Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-15-1994

Reported in : (1995)109PLR705

..... the collector/shall have jurisdiction to decide such claim in the such manner as he may deem fit. sections 11 and 13 are the only relevant sections in the punjab village common lands (regulations) act, 1961 from which bar of jurisdiction of civil court can be spelt out. a perusal of section aforesaid, however, would clearly manifest that civil court's jurisdiction is ..... section 11 of the punjab village common lands (regulations) act against pritam singh which was decided by the d.d. & p.o. on 17th of february, 1987 (annexure p-2). the said authority held that pritam singh had ..... witnesses of gram panchayat and asserted that land in dispute was owned by gram panchayat and the same was shamlat deh as defined in section 2 (g) of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act. this decree of the civil court was not challenged by way of appeal or revision and thus, attained finality. respondent-panchayat, however, in 1987 filed an application under ..... dated february 17, 1987, was allowed, thus declaring the possession of petitioners herein to be unlawful in a suit instituted by the gram panchayat under section 11 of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961.3. the motion bench vide order dated february 4, 1992 while admitting the writ petition to db observed that inasmuch as it was observed by the full .....

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Mar 04 1994 (HC)

Duli Chand Gupta and Others Vs. Chandigarh Housing Board

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-04-1994

Reported in : AIR1994P& H222

..... , specifications, and price without assigning any reasons. the land will be on lease-hold basis on the prescribed terms and conditions laid down in the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 and rules and regulations made thereunder from time to time.'the petitioners, after going through the terms of the scheme, applied for allotment of category iii flats on the prescribed application form ..... . 3 lacs against in tentative price of rs. 2.25 lacs and on account of revision in interest rates. it is further the case of respondent-board that as per regulation 5, board is to determine and, if considered essential, may revise consideration from time to time and wherever the consideration is revised, it shall also determine the manner in which ..... certified that : (a) i have carefully gone through and understood the terms and conditions of the scheme and the provisions of chandigarh housing board (allotment, management and sale of tenements) regulations, 1979 and do hereby undertake to abide by the same. i also undertake to pay higher price due to fluctuation in the price of the building materials, labour charges, land ..... end of the application form that they shall abide by the terms and conditions of the scheme and provisions of the chandigarh housing board (allotment, management and sate of tenements) regulations, 1979 and also to pay higher price due to fluctuation in the price of the building materials, labour charges, land costs etc. or due to any other reasons and the .....

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May 04 1994 (HC)

Darbara Singh and ors. Vs. the State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-04-1994

Reported in : (1994)108PLR191

..... maharashtra and ors., a.i.r. 1991 s.c. 1127. while dealing with the establishment of principal market and subsidiary markets under the provisions of maharashtra agricultural produce marketing (regulation) act 20 of 1964, but it is not the authority for the proposition that sub markets can be established at the whims or caprice of the government.11. for determining whether ..... jhunir comprising 79 villages.7. we have heard the learned counsel for the parties in detail besides perusing the record very carefully. the provisions of section 5 of the punjab land revenue act 1887 empowers the state government to vary the limits and alter the number of tehsils, district and divisions into which the state is divided. obviously, this power has ..... place for the last 18 years. the report of shri hardial singh, financial commissioner(revenue)-cum-chairman of the district re-organisation committee reads as under:-. ... ...the chief minister punjab ordered me to go to jhunir and sardulgarh for having him my opinion/view regarding continuance of headquarters of jhunir tehsil/sub division of jhunir or it (headquarters) should be ..... the people residing at sardulgarh or nearby villages shri hardial singh i.a.s. then financial commissioner. (revenue department) visited the spot on the directions of the chief minister punjab and submitted his report. on the basis of the said report vide notification annexure p-2 dated 13th september, 1993, the sub division and tehsil headquarters from jhunir was cancelled .....

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Jan 21 1994 (HC)

St. John's Teacher Trainging Institute for Women Vs. State of Tamil Na ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-21-1994

Reported in : (1994)2MLJ159

..... proposition that when once the high court recognised the school as a minority institution holding that the provisions of tamil nadu recognised private schools (regulation) act, 1973 are not applicable to the minority institution, it is not necessary that at every stage, an institution that is run or being ..... in view of section 53 of the tamil nadu recognised private schools (regulation) act, 1973.5. section 53 of the tamil nadu recognised private schools (regulation) act, 1973 reads as follows:53 civil court not to decide question under this act: no civil court shall have jurisdiction to decide or deal with ..... any question which is by or under this act required to be decided or dealt with by any authority or officer mentioned in this act.mr ..... for similar schools and permitted the students to write the examinations. the rules framed by the government of tamil nadu under tamil nadu act 29 of 1974 have curtailed the rights guaranteed to the plaintiff under the constitution. the plaintiff has remitted the examination fees for the 40students ..... : in support of his contention : state of kerala v. mother provincial : [1971]1scr734 , state of punjab v. devan chunilal a.i.r. 1971 s.c. 2086, d.a.v. college, jullandur v. state of punjab : air1971sc1737 , a.p. christians medical educational society v. government of andhra pradesh (1986) 2 s.c .....

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Mar 01 1994 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Supreme Constructions Co.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-01-1994

Reported in : 1994(2)ALT639; [1995]213ITR137(AP)

..... partap singh v. director of enforcement : 1986crilj824 , the expression 'so far is may be' came up for consideration. section 37(1) of the foreign exchange regulation act obligates the officer issuing a search warrant, to record in writing, the grounds of his behalf. sub-section (2) provides that the provisions of the code of ..... into play pursuant to a notice under section 139(2), to the extent of that inconsistency resort cannot be made to any other section of the act. by necessary implication, we must conclude that section 144b not being inconsistent with section 148, that procedure has to be followed in an assessment or ..... , section 144b was enacted. it is in the following terms : 'reference to inspecting assistant commissioner in certain cases. - (1) notwithstanding anything contained in this act, where, in an assessment to be made under sub-section (3) of section 143, the income-tax officer proposes to make any variation in the income or ..... provisions may be generally followed to the extent possible.'11. in cit v. usha aggarwal , the question for consideration before the punjab and haryana high court was : whether in respect of assessments made under section 147, the provisions of section 144b were applicable the ..... punjab and haryana high court, on a literal interpretation of section 144b, in isolation and without referring to section 148, has held .....

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Aug 09 1994 (HC)

Smt. Laxmi Bai and anr. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-09-1994

Reported in : 1995(1)WLC628; 1994(2)WLN173

..... the bank of cochin ltd. and lakshmi commercial bank, which were private banks, were amalgamated with punjab national bank, canara bank and state bank of india respectively in terms of separate schemes drawn under section 45 of the banking regulation act, 1949. pursuant to the schemes, certain employees of the first mentioned three banks were excluded from ..... other than the decision making authority. those observations can have no play in a power structure such as the one before us.16.... there is nothing in regulation 14 which excludes the operation of the principles of natural justice entitling the member to be heard by the council when it proceeds to render its finding. ..... council finds him guilty of misconduct.13....it is the character and complexion of the proceeding considered in conjunction with the structure of power constituted by the act which leads us to the conclusion that the member is entitled to a hearing by the council before it can find him guilty. upon the approach which ..... operation on 23.6.1963 where it is said that any person who in relation to any gold does or omits to do any act which act or omission would render such gold liable to confiscation under rule 126 m or abets the doing or omission of which an ..... act shall be liable. the precise argument advanced in this respect by the learned counsel is that the declaration was to be made under these .....

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Oct 10 1994 (HC)

Dr. Harbhajan Singh Vs. State of Punjab and Others

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-10-1994

Reported in : AIR1995P& H87; (1995)109PLR30

..... state government shall cause fresh elections to he held and completed before the expiry of the aforesaid, term: provided that -(i) proviso as inserted by president's act 2 of 1984 was omitted by punjab act 3 of 1985, (ii) while a proclamation of emergency under clause (1) of article 352 of the constitution is in operation, the government may extend the aforesaid ..... . if the vote cast by the associate member is excluded, the resolution passed by the remaining members fall short of 2/3rd requisite majority as per s.22 of the punjab municipal act, 1911. besides these factual averments, he, has beefistaed that in the absence of the presideni, vice-president has no right to convene such a meeting and even othervise adequate ..... not be necessary to hold any election under clause (b) for constituting the municipality for such period. (4) the first election to a municipality constituted under this act after the commencement of the punjab municipal (amendment) act 11, 1994, shall be held within a period of six months of its being notified as such. (5) ..... (6) ,.... 13. section 12a, 12b, 12c, 12d and ..... the associate member -- mla -- has been justified on the ground that in compliance with the 74th amendment of the constitution consequential amendments were effected vide amending act no. 11 of 1994 in the punjab municipal act, 1911, and the earlier bar that such a person though can take part in the proceedings of any meeting of the municipal committee or its sub-committee .....

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Feb 21 1994 (HC)

Punjab State Co-operative Supply and Marketing Federation Ltd. Vs. Shr ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-21-1994

Reported in : (1994)108PLR165

..... denied by the markfed which impelled the plaintiff to file the petition under section 55(b) read with 27(3) and section 70 of the punjab cooperative societies act, 1961. it is during the pendency of appeal before the joint registrar exercising the power of registrar, cooperative societies, that the claim of the ..... as the plaintiff is challenging the resolution dated 20.12.1977. thirdly, the suit in the present form is barred as per provisions of the punjab cooperative societies act, 1961. fourthly, since the plaintiff claims himself to be an employee of the markfed, no decree can be passed against defendant no. 1. on ..... order of termination/discharge dated 12.6.1973 was declared to be null and void vide order of the chief minister, punjab, passed under section 69 of the punjab cooperative societies act pursuance to which even salary was paid to the plaintiff for the intervening period i.e. between 13.6.1973 to ..... 8/29. this was a petition filed by the plaintiff under section 55(b) read with section 27(3) and section 70 of the punjab co-operative societies act, 1961, wherein the registrar despite coming to the conclusion that the petitioner's case is foolproof, yet declined the relief merely on the ground ..... expert on 13.12.1972, his illegal discharge on 12.6.1973 which was challenged by the plaintiff by way of appeal under the punjab co-op. societies act. according to the counsel, it is during toe pendency of the appeal that the plaintiff for the time being was ordered to be accommodated .....

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