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May 17 2004 (HC)

Nandan theatre and Adarsh theatre Vs. State of Punjab and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-17-2004

Reported in : (2009)20VST664(P& H)

..... civil writ petition no. 1919 of 2003, facts are being taken from the said petition.2. petitioner is running a cinema hall at amritsar known as 'nandan theatre'. it was granted the necessary licence under section 5 of the punjab cinemas (regulation) act, 1952 (for short, 'the 1952 act') by the district magistrate, amritsar on april 17, 1975. the licence is subject to several conditions mentioned in the ..... schedule of conditions in the licence itself. in the schedule of conditions, the seating capacity of the cinema hall has also been prescribed and a bar has been imposed ..... against admission of persons, in excess of the number so specified. a copy of the said licence has been attached as annexure p/1 with the writ petition.3. petitioner is liable to pay entertainment tax, commonly known as show tax under the punjab entertainment tax (cinematographic shows) act, 1954 .....

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Feb 16 2004 (HC)

Gram Panchayat of Village Kherri Vs. the State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-16-2004

Reported in : (2004)137PLR585

..... view of the amendment relied upon by the private respondents, which necessarily entails that allotment made by the custodian in favour of any person after the commencement of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961 but before 9.7.1985 would stand protected. thus viewed, the allotment made in favour of the private respondents in march 1981 stands confirmed by the amendment ..... judgment therein was rendered on 16.11.1995 i.e. without taking into consideration the amendment effected by the insertion of clause (ii-a) in section 2 of punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961.9. last of all, learned counsel for the petitioner contended that it would be unfair to confirm the allotment made in favour of the private respondents and ..... before the cut off date i.e. 9.7.1985. there can be no doubt that amended provision i.e. clause (ii-a) of section 2 of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961 would clearly protect the ownership rights of the private respondents.7. despite the aforesaid conclusion, learned counsel while contesting the applicability of the aforesaid amendment to the controversy ..... to be amended insofar its applicability to the state of haryana is concerned.as per the aforesaid amendment, sub-clause (ii-a) was inserted in section 2 of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961. the inserted sub clause which is relevant for the present controversy, is being extracted hereunder;-'(ii-a) was shamilat deh, but has been allotted to any .....

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Dec 07 2004 (HC)

Kusum Ingots and Alloys Ltd. Vs. Appellate Authority for Industrial an ...

Court : Delhi

Decided on : Dec-07-2004

Reported in : [2006]133CompCas394(Delhi); 2005(79)DRJ595; [2005]62SCL231(Delhi)

..... is erroneous on the face of it. the aafir did not consider the relevant documents and misconstrued the definition of 'factory' under the industries (development & regulation) act, 1951. the contention of the respondents that error committed by the aafir which is ex-facie apparent can not be corrected in the writ petition under ..... which order was assailed by the punjab national bank by filing an appeal before the aaifr. the aaifr had passed the order on first reference petition on 17th april, 2001. till 17th ..... we see no force in the argument of learned counsel appearing for punjab national bank and the finding of the aafir in this regard is also erroneous. admittedly the bifr had declared the petitioner company as sick in 2000 ..... is liable to be rejected. we set aside the finding of the aaifr on this score.24. coming back to the submission of counsel appearing for punjab national bank/respondent no. 3 that the limitation would be applicable and the second reference was time barred, as has been held by the aaifr. ..... the said reference had declared the company sick, vide orders passed on 23rd june, 2000. respondent no. 2/state bank of india and respondent no. 3/punjab national bank filed an appeal before the aaifr and aaifr on 17th april, 2001 set aside the order of the bifr. aggrieved by the said order of .....

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Feb 09 2004 (HC)

Sardara Ram Vs. State of Haryana and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-09-2004

Reported in : (2004)137PLR406

..... collector. whereas vide order dated 13.11.2002, annexure p3, assistant collector ordered eviction of the petitioner in the proceedings launched against him under section 7(2) of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961, the appeal preferred by him against the order of assistant collector was dismissed vide order dated 29.7.2003, annexure p4. while issuing notice of motion on ..... . he further contends that in any case the land is 'abadi deh' and cannot vest in the gram panchayat under the provisions of section 2(g)(1) of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961. the concerned authorities have discussed no evidence to return a finding that the land is owned by the gram panchayat, further contends the counsel. notice of motion ..... order, discussion or evidence on the basis of which, finding might have been recorded that the land vests with the gram panchayat under section 2(g)(1) of the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961. at the most, there are some conjectures and surmises on the basis of which the whole issue has been decided. this, in our view, is not a .....

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Oct 12 2004 (HC)

Baij Nath and ors. Vs. the Financial Commissioner and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Oct-12-2004

Reported in : (2005)139PLR303

..... within the definition of river action, the civil court had no jurisdiction to decide (be mutation matter after the same fell under the punjab village common lands (regulation) act (for short the act) and for this reason, the civil court judgment dated 17.10.1955 on the basis of which mutation no. 4617 was sanctioned, ..... of the panchayat.10. after heaving learned counsel for the parties, in my view the present writ petition deserves to be allowed.11. the punjab village common lands (regulation) act came into force on 4.5.1961. in the instant case, the decree of civil court in favour of the petitioners is dated 27. ..... property as it is not barred by the provision of the punjab act 1 of 1954.6. sarpanch of the village thereafter moved an application to the patwari on 11.12.1975 regarding sanctioning of mutation of the ..... returned the finding in favour of the plaintiff, observing that the suit land had become shamlat deh due to river action and the provisions of punjab act 1 of 1954 are not applicable to the same and that the civil court had the jurisdiction to determine the title with regard to the immovable ..... respondent no. 5 while defending its case asserted that the land was shamlat deh and it vested into the gram panchayat under section 3 of the punjab act 1954. the other objection raised by the gram panchayat was that the suit for injunction was not competent as the civil court was barred from taking .....

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Aug 24 2004 (HC)

O.P. Sarwal Vs. Chandigarh Housing Board

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-24-2004

Reported in : AIR2005P& H91; (2005)139PLR517

..... full without interest. the allotment was to be subject to the provision of haryana housing board act, 1971 as applicable to u.t. chandigarh and the chandigarh housing board (allotment, management and sale of tenements) regulations, 1979 and the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 and the rules and regulations made thereunder. the mode of payment was also prescribed which reads as under:-'mode of ..... rate of 18% from the date of deposit till the date of refund.2. facts in brief are that the petitioner who had retired as engineer-in-chief from the punjab state electricity board on 31.5.1987, applied for a flat of category-1 in self-financing housing scheme in response to an advertisement and brochure issued by the respondent ..... attested copy of lease deed/registration deed in respect of flat at delhi were required to be furnished. the letter annexure p-7 stated that the registration is to be regulated strictly in accordance with the terms and conditions contained in the brochure and the provisions of chandigarh housing board (allotment, management and sale of tenements ..... ), regulations, 1979. the aforementioned letter was replied to by the petitioner by raising two pleas; firstly that the eligibility of the petitioner should be determined and secondly the schedule of payment .....

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May 29 2004 (HC)

National Education Company and ors. Vs. Estate Officer

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : May-29-2004

Reported in : (2004)138PLR100

..... petition is liable to be dismissed as the petitioners have not exhausted alternative remedy of revision as provided under section 10(4) of the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'), before the adviser to the administrator exercising the powers of the central government. respondent no.3 has also pleaded that the petition deserves to be ..... and sought protection against eviction in execution of the compromise decree obtained against the tenant by the landlord under the provisions of the west bengal premises rent control (temporary provisions) act, 1950. inspite of the compromise decree, vacant possession was not delivered to the landlord. the proceedings for eviction filed by the landlord against the sub-tenant ultimately reached ..... 2 along with his partner in the new firm was selling clothes and textiles. some one made a complaint against petitioner no. 2 stating that petitioner no. 2 had acted in breach of the terms of the lease. taking cognisance of the complaint, the home secretary, chandigarh administration vide his memo dated 13.7.1971 wrote to the deputy ..... required. since the estate officer had exceeded its jurisdiction, the petitioner was again constrained to approach the chief administrator by way of appeal under section 10(1) of the act. the appellate authority had erred in law in holding that the appeal was not maintainable and treating the appeal as a miscellaneous petition. according to mr. jain, learned senior .....

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Nov 09 2004 (HC)

Shiv Kumar and ors. Vs. Collector and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-09-2004

Reported in : 2005(1)AWC998

..... right upon the litigating party. in the aforesaid case the apex court has considered the provisions of section 3 of the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952 which provided for fixation of consideration money of any transfer to the central government in such manner and at such rate of interest as ..... vend and also the amount of defaulted instalment and the licence fee payable in respect of the liquor vend under the provisions of the punjab excise act and the punjab liquor license rules, 1956. the apex court has held as follows :'16. equally futile is the contention that the respondents had withdrawn ..... in the case of calcutta jute manufacturing company (supra) the apex court has considered the provisions of section 10a of the bengal finance (sales tax) act 1941 which provided for payment of interest by a dealer. the apex court has held as follows :'10. the state is empowered by the legislature ..... whichever is later, then without prejudice to any other liability to penalty which the defaulter may, in consequence of such nonpayment, incur under this act, simple interest at the rate of eighteen per cent per annum shall run on the amount then remaining due from the date of expiry of the ..... cent per annum :provided further that in respect of an excise revenue which become payable before the commencement of the uttar pradesh excise (amendment) act, 1985, interest at the said rate shall be payable from the date of such commencement if the excise revenue is not paid within three .....

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Nov 10 2004 (HC)

Rampur Distillery and Chemical Co. Vs. State of U.P. and ors.

Court : Allahabad

Decided on : Nov-10-2004

Reported in : 2005(1)AWC334

..... right upon the litigating party. in the aforesaid case the apex court has considered the provisions of section 3 of the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952, which provided for fixation of consideration money of any transfer to the central government in such manner and at such rate of interest as ..... in the case of calcutta jute manufacturing company (supra) the apex court has considered the provisions of section 10a of the bengal finance (sales tax) act, 1941, which provided for payment of interest by a dealer. the apex court has held as follows :'10. the state is empowered by the legislature ..... , whichever is later, then without prejudice to any other liability to penalty which the defaulter may, in consequence of such nonpayment, incur under this act, simple interest at the rate of eighteen per cent per annum shall run on the amount then remaining due from the date of expiry of the ..... cent per annum :provided further that in respect of an excise revenue which becomes payable before the commencement of the uttar pradesh excise (amendment) act, 1985 interest at the said rate shall be payable from the date of such commencement if the excise revenue is not paid within three months ..... /s. rampur distillery & chemical company ltd., now known as a unit of redico khetan ltd., is a public limited company incorporated under the companies act and has its registered office at bareilly road, rampur. it has been granted licence in form pd-2, i.e., for establishing a distillery for .....

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Apr 13 2004 (SC)

Hira Tikkoo Vs. Union Territory, Chandigarh and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-13-2004

Reported in : AIR2004SC3648; JT2004(5)SC231; 2004(4)SCALE468; (2004)6SCC765

..... :-with a view to re-enact and modify the law in relation to the development and regulation of the new capital of punjab at chandigarh, legislation by name capital of punjab [development and regulation] act, 1952 [shortly referred to as the act] was passed in the year 1952 vesting the state government with legal authority to regulate the sale of building sites. in exercise of powers under the ..... act, rules for allotment of sites for building have been framed known as the chandigarh lease hold of sites and building rules, ..... who purchase plots in mandi would be exempted from paying octroi duty on goods imported for trade to the mandi. the stats government in exercise of powers under the punjab municipal act directed the municipal committee to withdraw the exemption from payment of octroi duty. when the traders, who had set up their business in the mandi on promise of ..... getting exemption from octroi duty, challenged the action of the municipality and the punjab government and raised on plea of 'estoppel' - it was rejected by this court by relying on the .....

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