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Aug 26 1999 (HC)

Nataraj theatre Vs. Govt. of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-26-1999

Reported in : 1999(5)ALD693; 1999(5)ALT274

..... the act except sub-section (3) of section 5 of punjab act. in exercise of powers under section 5, the state of punjab issued a proceeding classifying the seats for admission into four classes. the same was challenged as ..... of the powers under section 11 of the act. therefore, it should be held on point no.ii that the impugned memo is without power or jurisdiction and is ultra vires.31. the learned government pleader, as mentioned above, has relied on deepak theatre case (supra). section 5 of punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952 is in pari materia with section 5 of ..... the hon'ble supreme court held that the state government was not justified in assuming jurisdiction conferred on the licensing authority by section 5 (1) and (2) of punjab cinemas (regulation) act.39. in both the writ petitions, the petitioners approached the respective licensing authority. the licensing authority rejected the application seeking reduction of seating capacity on the ground that as ..... pleader for home is liable to be rejected.32. indeed, the scope of section 5 of punjab cinemas (regulation) act was considered by a constitution bench of the supreme court in state of punjab v. hari kishan, : [1966]2scr982 . in the said case, the government of punjab issued instructions in regard to the grant of licence under the relevant provisions of the said .....

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Aug 16 1999 (HC)

Piccdaly Hotels (P) Ltd. and ors. Vs. Chandigarh Administration and or ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-16-1999

Reported in : (2000)126PLR143

..... adjudication in this petition is whether the construction of 11kv grid sub station in sector 34-a, chandigarh is contrary to the provisions of the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 (hereinafter referred to as the act) and the rules framed thereunder and whether a writ in the nature of prohibition deserves to be issued at the instance of the petitioners for restraining ..... the administration would have earned by giving contract of the parking site. equally surprising is the failure of the concerned authorities to take steps for stopping the misuse of the cinema building by the petitioners who have converted the basement, which was meant for parking, into a shopping complex. is this so because of the 'right connections' of the petitioners? answer ..... same to third party for collecting the parking fee from the members of public. he also highlighted the highly contumacious conduct of the petitioners in converting the basement of the cinema building which was meant for parking of vehicles into a shopping complex and submitted that this should be treated as sufficient for dismissal of the writ petition.8. sections 3 ..... congestion and resultant chaos. he also invoked the doctrine of promissory/equitable estoppel and argued that after having held out a promise to the petitioners that the land abutting the cinema site is reserved for parking, the respondents cannot turn around and change the user of the said land and deprive the petitioners of their right to use the same as .....

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Nov 02 1999 (HC)

Smt. Harinder Kaur Sahi and anr. Vs. Mehnga Ram

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-02-1999

Reported in : (2000)124PLR625

..... shall strictly abide by the provisions of the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 and the rules made thereunder.13. that the premises under tenancy shall not be used for the purposes other than the general trade.'13. a copy of the allotment ..... .5.1974. the same is exhibit p-l. besides settling the rent, it was agreed upon that the respondent shall strictly abide by the provisions of the capital of punjab(development and regulation) act, 1952 and shall not use the premises for the purpose other than the general trade. clauses (12) and (13) of the rent note read as under:-'12. that the tenant ..... and requires consideration has been asserted to be that the respondent in violation of the terms of the lease and also by contravention of rules under the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952, had committed breach of the conditions. the respondent is using the building for a purpose other than it was let. the building was let for running of the business ..... site and the building erected thereon shall be used only for the purposes for which it is actually sold i.e. general'14. the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 was enacted in the year 1952. the same was enacted because a new capital for punjab was being built in chandigarh. it was felt necessary to vest the state government with legal authority to .....

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Feb 12 1999 (HC)

Devinder Lal Gupta and ors. Vs. the Union Territory of Chandigarh and ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-12-1999

Reported in : (1999)122PLR52

..... and conditions of this allotment letter shall be in addition to the provisions of capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 and the rules made thereunder which shall be binding on the lessee.30. a booklet containing the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952, the punjab capital (development and regulation) building rules, 1952. the chandigarh lease-hold of sites and building rules, 1973, can be had on payment ..... , 4, 5, 8, 9(b), 20, 29 and 30 of the allotment letter read as under:-'3. the lease shall be governed by the provisions of the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952, as amended upto date and rules made thereunder.4. the sum of rs. 6,77,500/- paid by you as 25% of the premium of site has been adjusted ..... should not be shown any indulgence by the court.5. before we deal with the rival submission, it will be useful to notice the relevant provisions of the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act') and the rules.6. the act was enacted by the legislature to re-enact and modify the law in relation to the development and ..... regulation of new capital of punjab. section 8-a of this act empowers the estate officer to resume the site or building or booth and forfeit any part of the money paid in .....

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Sep 22 1999 (HC)

Norata Singh and ors. Vs. Gram Panchayat (Sabha) of Village Narsali an ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Sep-22-1999

Reported in : (2000)124PLR216

..... )81 p.l.r. 299. para no. 5 of the first appellate court can also be quoted in the following manner:'5. under section 13 of the village common lands (regulation) act (punjab no. 18 of 1961) civil court shall not entertain or adjudicate upon a question as to whether any land or immovable property vests or does not vest in the gram ..... of the legislature was clearly for giving retrospective effect to the amendment.14. in view of the above discussion the suit is clearly barred under section 13 of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961, and the issue is decided in favour of the defendant against the plaintiff.'6. aggrieved by the judgment and decree of the trial court, the plaintiffs filed ..... lease and that is why the bricks are lying for construction by defendants nos. 2 to 4 and the gram panchayat was fully competent to give the land under the punjab village common lands (regulation) act', 1961 and it has been also asserted that the plaintiffs have no right to file the suit because the land in dispute comes under the ..... are reproduced as under:-'10. the stand taken by the panchayat, however, is that the land in dispute comes under the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961, and, therefore, the civil court has no jurisdiction.11. section 13 of the aforesaid act has been amended and the amended section is as follows:-bar of jurisdiction of civil courts:no civil court shall have .....

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Feb 25 1999 (TRI)

Smt. Rajrani Gupta Vs. Deputy Commissioner of

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT Mumbai

Decided on : Feb-25-1999

Reported in : (2000)72ITD155(Mum.)

..... were identically worded, the ao inferred that "this speaks of nothing but of a 'design'". the ao also mentioned that the authorities under the foreign exchange regulation act took a deposition of dr. arunkumar gupta on 6th november, 1996, and of dr. sohanlal gupta on 7th november, 1996, and the two deponents have ..... the owner and seized and possessed of or otherwise and sufficiently entitled to a building property situated at and known as "monalisa", mall road, distt. bhatinda, punjab being the commercial premises, single storied building, total area adm. 2,528 sq. ft." having held on the basis of the above narration in the general ..... of as many as 15 properties by the family members within a period of about five to six years of their migration to bombay from punjab and the receipt of gifts to the tune of rs. 40 lakhs by the various family members as well as the seizure of cash of ..... with the donors, as alleged by the appellant, in a short span of three to four years after their coming to mumbai from bathinda, punjab. it is also mentioned that the gifts received from the nris have no relevance to any particular occasion like marriage or birthday and there was ..... sohanlal gupta (huf)" in which all the abovementioned persons are members. the entire family was residing at bathinda, punjab, upto mid-july 1991. because of the terrorist activity in the state of punjab, they moved to bombay in 1991, where the appellant has been running the aforesaid sex and health and beauty clinics .....

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Aug 04 1999 (HC)

Punjab State Co-operative Fruit Development Corporation Vs. S. Mehtab ...

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-04-1999

Reported in : (1999)123PLR655

..... of corporation, but now the corporation is using the premises as guest/rent house for its men and authorities. owing to these acts and conduct of the respondent, chandigarh administration can initiate proceedings under the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act also and in that eventuality, the proprietary rights of the petitioner can be put to jeopardy.' the reply, on merits, to this ..... , chandigarh. the respondent-landlord has filed a rent petition against the petitioner-tenant for possession of the rented premises on various grounds for eviction under section 13 of the punjab urban rent restriction act.2. i have heard learned counsel for the parties and perused the record of the case.3. the eviction petition has been filed on various ground viz:(i .....

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Jun 21 1999 (HC)

Union Bank of India (Uoi) Vs. Koduri Veera Raghavayya and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-21-1999

Reported in : [2000]101CompCas338(AP)

..... suits.9. the main contention raised in support of the appellants is that in view of the subsequent decisions and the provisions of section 21a of the banking regulation act, 1949 (for short 'the act'), the question of scaling' down of interest irrespective of the purpose for which the loans were advanced does not arise and the banks are entitled to interest as ..... india v. popuri sarangaiah : 1991(1)alt455 ; bank of madura ltd. v. maddi venkata subrahmanyam [1991] 1 alt 225 ; [1992] 73 comp cas 541 (ap) and kamala prasad jadawal v. punjab national bank, air 1992 mp 545, were overruled.15. the question on interest and its calculation has once again cropped up for consideration before the supreme court in corporation bank ..... of the above provision and the decisional law referred to above, the principles which ultimately emerge are :'(1) section 21a of the banking regulation act, 1949, is constitutionally valid ; (2) the debt relief legislations like the usurious loans act, 1918, or act no. 4 of 1938 do not apply to the banking transactions ; (3) the interest charged in pursuance of a mortgage transaction is ..... valid ; (4) section 21a of the banking regulation act, 1949, applies to all transactions prior to or after its coming into force ; (5) section 21a of the banking regulation act, 1949, applies to all suits pending or to appeals challenging decrees which have already been passed in the suits ; and (6 .....

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Jul 05 1999 (TRI)

Komarla Feeds Vs. Deputy Commissioner of Income Tax

Court : Income Tax Appellate Tribunal ITAT

Decided on : Jul-05-1999

Reported in : (2000)74ITD65(Bang.)

..... textiles" within the meaning of entry 23 of sch. i to the industries (development and regulation) act, 1951, and hence, the assessee would not be entitled to the grant of tax credit certificate under s. 280zb of the it act, 1961. this decision is also distinguishable on facts because the end-product in the instant appeal ..... on facts because no new end-product came out of the processes adopted by the assessees, therein. he has relied on the decision of the punjab & haryana high court (full bench) in the case of niemla textile finishing mills (p) ltd. vs. ito (1985) 152 itr 429 (p & h). ..... january, 1992 also registered the appellant-firm as a manufacturer and seller of poultry livestock feeds and under karnataka poultry & livestock feed (regulation of manufacture & sale) order, 1987, it is registered as a feed manufacturer. there are other papers also on record being part i. the factories ..... in that case the punjab & haryana high court has held that mere process of dyeing, finishing, scouring and singeing of fabrics and textiles of all kinds only results in giving a ..... the learned representative the cit(a) held the entire exercise as processing instead of manufacture, denying the assessee the benefit of s. 80-i of the it act, 1961. the ao considered various high courts and supreme court's decisions. but according to the learned representative for the appellant the said decisions are entirely .....

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Jun 21 1999 (HC)

Union Bank of India, Eluru Vs. Koduri Veera Raghavayya and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-21-1999

Reported in : 1999(5)ALD234

..... suits.9. the main contention raised in support of the appellants is that in view of the subsequent decisions and the provisions of section 21a of the banking regulation act, 1949 (for short 'the act') the question of scaling down of interest irrespective of the purpose for which the loans were advanced does not arise and the banks are entitled to interest as ..... bank of india v. popuri sarangaiah and others, : 1991(1)alt455 , bank of madurai ltd. v. m/s. maddi vankata subrahmanyam, 1991 (1) alt 225 and kamala prasad jaiswal v. punjab national bank, new delhi, air 1992 mp 545, were overruled.16. the question on interest and its calculation has once again cropped up forconsideration before the supreme court in corporaion ..... above provision and the decisional law referred to above, the principles which ultimately emerge are;(1) section 21-a of the banking regulation act, 1949 is constitutionally valid; (2) the debt relief legislations like the usurious loans act, 1918 or the act no.4 of 1938 does not apply to the banking transactions; (3) the interest charged in pursuance of a mortgage transaction is ..... valid; (4) section 21-a of the banking regulation act, 1949 applies to all transactions prior to or after its coming into force; (5) section 21-a of the banking regulation act, 1949 applies to all suits pending or to the appeals challenging the decrees which have already been passed in the .....

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