Court : Delhi
..... iit, new delhi and the textiles committee at mumbai, the chief vigilance officer (cvo) of the mcd proposed that the samples also be got tested at shri ram institute for industrial research (sriir), delhi. under the orders of the cvo, a board was constituted to lift the samples of uniform cloth from the supplies of the respondent. the board in the ..... iit, delhi or any other reputed test laboratory. mcd also challenges another order dated 19th october 2008 passed by the arbitrator in mcds application under sections 12 and 13 of the act requesting the sole arbitrator to withdraw from the arbitral proceedings. background facts 2. a notice inviting tender (nit) preceding the award of the above contract was published by the ..... . (2009) 4 raj 189 (delhi), bharat coking coal ltd. v. annapurna construction (2003) 8 scc 154 and m/s rashtriya chemicals and fertilizers ltd. v. m/s chowgule brothers (2010) 6 scale 393. 14. appearing on behalf of respondent mr. p.c. markanda, learned senior counsel, first submitted that none of the objections raised by the mcd were within the limited ..... . v. 3,16,871.90 meters on 8th april 2005. 4. in terms of clause 8 of the contract, the samples drawn from the supplies were to be got tested by mcd from any laboratory decided by it. an inspection committee constituted by the mcd lifted samples randomly from the supplies of the respondent and sent it to the punjab test house, ludhiana, quality .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Madhya Pradesh
Reported in : 2002(1)MPHT179
..... .11. learned counsel for the petitioners submits that writ petition is maintainable against the statutory award passed by the arbitrator under section 10a of industrial disputes act, 1947. the decision of the arbitrator is based on overruled decision of punjab & haryana high court in kuldeep singh (supra), and the decision of madras high court cannot be accepted as it stands impliedly overruled and ..... object is regulation and control of trading of agricultural produce, hence it is an 'industry' within the meaning of section 2(j) of industrial disputes act. in kamani properties ltd. v. state of west bengal, 1990 (5) slr 61, a company incorporated under the companies act owned several mansion houses known as karnani mansions and was providing several facilities to its tenants and employed persons ..... ) tax department, (ii) public conveyance department, (iii) fire brigade department, (iv) lighting department, (v) water works department, (vi) enforcement (encroachment department), (vii) sewage department, (viii) health department, (ix) market department, (x) public gardens' department, (xi) public works department, (xii) assessment department, (xiii) estate department, (xiv) education department, (xv) printing press department, (xvi) building department, and (xvii) general administration department. 34. considering the aforesaid test .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : (2008)152PLR338
..... saggi (dead) and anr. : air2005sc240 , this court considered the aspect of material alteration or damage in the context of section 13(2)(iii) of the east punjab urban rent restriction act, 1949. in the lease deed in that case, there was a covenant that the lessee will not make any addition or alteration ..... singh, : 1scr968 , om pal v. anand swarup : (1988)4scc545 , waryam singh v. baldev singh : (2003)illj206sc , gurbachan singh v. shivalik rubber industries, : 2scr997 , vipin kumar v. roshan lal anand : 2scr640 and held:when a construction is alleged to have materially impaired the value and utility of the ..... towards costs on the first date of hearing which was accepted by the landlord. the petitioner also reserved his right to recover the amount of house-tax illegally recovered from him. the petitioner denied having constructed concert slabs. it was claimed that shelves were already in the shop and no ..... senior counsel appearing on behalf of the petitioner also made reference to the statement of rw5 who was the expert witness examined by the petitioner.16. mr. arun jain, learned senior counsel appearing on behalf of the petitioner by referring to the statement of rw5 stated that it was proved ..... tenant and preliminary objection was raised that the application has been filed on false and baseless allegations with mala fide intention to claim more rent.6. on merit, ownership of the applicant was admitted. however, it was denied that the shop in question was let out on 1.2 .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : (2006)142PLR566
..... of the parties, this revision petition is taken up for final disposal.3. this petition under section 15(5) of the east punjab urban rent restriction act 1949 (act - for short) has been filed by the tenants-petitioners against the order dated 16.8.2005 passed by the learned rent controller, ludhiana.4. the ..... counsel for the parties.8. it is appropriate to note that the respondent-landlord initially filed a petition dated 10.4.1999 under section 13 of the act for ejectment of tarlochan singh, predecessor-in-interest of the petitioners from the demised premises. it was alleged that the tenant was in ..... 1.1997 @ rs. 3200/- per month along with house tax which is their responsibility. the learned rent controller after consideration of the matter and in accordance with the law, laid down by the hon'ble supreme court in rakesh wadhawan v. jagdamba industrial corporation (2002-2)131 p.l.r. 370 (s ..... .9.2004 and statements of the parties were recorded. it is during this period that tarlochan singh, predecessor-in-interest of the petitioners died on 6.10.2004. the petitioners, it is stated, were dependent upon tarlochan singh (deceased). after the demise of tarlochan singh, the landlord-respondent filed ..... heavy amount in this short notice and this rent cannot be claimed in the present petition thereby rendering the earlier petitions as more or less infructuous.6. in response, mr p.k. dutt, advocate, learned counsel for the landlord-respondent has submitted that the rent is due and payable by .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Rajasthan
Reported in : 2002(2)WLC407; 2002(5)WLN121
..... in (rochees hotel pvt. ltd. vs. jda) (2).13. counsel for the petitioner has further placed reliance upon the other judgments, as under:-(1) uttar pradesh residents employees cooperative house building society v. new okhis industrial development authority (3).(2) hiralal chawala v. stale of u.p. (4)(3) akhara brahm buta, amritsar v. state of punjab (supra).(4) rochees hotels pvt. ltd. v. jda jda ..... the society whose lands were acquired and an approximate rate was offered at rs. 130/- per square metre.17. hence, the society challenged the notification issued under sections 4 & 6 of the act in a petition before the high court but the high court dismissed the said petition holding that the appellant society had no legal right to get a particular land ..... request of the members of the samiti (the petitioners & other persons) the jda declared the programme for holding camp of housing society (sriram colony) and advertised the same in rajasthan patrika dt. 18.6.1995 (ann. 16) for holding the camp on 22.6.1995. pursuant to the above advertisement, the petitioners (samiti) deposited the conversion charges.10. hence, on account of the ..... was needed for public purpose and that the case was of urgent nature and as such the provisions of sub-section (1) of section 17 of the act was applicable to the land in dispute.16. thereafter, the appellant society demanded the land acquired in the noida complex and after several representations and correspondence a committee was constituted and in the meeting .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
..... agricultural land in delhi was governed by the delhi land reforms act, 1954 (reforms act); that by notification of consolidation under section 14 of east punjab holdings (consolidation & prevention of fragmentation) act, 1948 (consolidation act) as extended to delhi, the operation of the reforms act was suspended; (f). that hindu succession act, 1956 (succession act) was amended w.e.f. 9th september, 2005 resulting ..... as for partition of industrial plot, residential plot and agricultural lands is not maintainable for the reason of section 32 of the consolidation act. it is contended that the suit only qua the residential house is maintainable.6. section 32 of the consolidation act bars commencement of any proceedings under part (f) of chapter 3 of the reforms act and which includes ..... the applicants/defendants no.1,3(a) & 3 (b) that the industrial plot and the residential plot would under the provisions of section 25 of the consolidation act and section 3(13) of the reforms act continue to be governed by the provisions of the reforms act till the conclusion of the consolidation proceedings.18. once the industrial plot and the residential plot ..... the plaintiff has instituted the present suit for partition of, (i) industrial plot bearing khasra no.143/217 (0-06); (ii) residential plot bearing khasra no.142/274 (2-02); (iii) agricultural land bearing khasras no.88/22 (4-16), 92/2 (3-06); and, (iv) residential built up house in old abadi area bearing municipal no.317, measuring 300 sq. .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Orissa
..... society is an industry or not within the meaning of section 2(j) of the industrial disputes act, 1947. punjab and haryana high court has taken the decision in case of indian red cross v. additional labour court, chandigarh & others 199 (3) llj (suppl.) 919. the relevant discussion made in paragraph 6 is quoted as ..... rendered to 7 customers. the definition provided under sections 2(8) and 2(19) of the orissa shops and commercial establishments act, 1956 are wide enough to include all premises where any transaction is carried on. opposite party comes within the definition of employee . under section 2( ..... no classification made under the law between an institution which is run on commercial basis and a 16 majority institution which is run on the charitable basis so far as the applicability of the act is concerned. therefore, for the first point framed, the appellate authority would arrive at the ..... any day of the preceding twelve months 13. in the case of state of punjab vs. the labour court, jullundur, air 197.sc 1981.the hon ble supreme court while interpreting section 1(3) of the act, 1972 has observed that section 1(3)(b) of the said act applies to every shop or establishment ..... ) of the act, 1972.14. this court in the case of administrator, shree jagannath temple, puri (supra) has held as under: 4. according to the compact edition of the oxford english dictionary, volume i, page 897 (reprinted 1972), establishment . means a public institution; a school; factory; a house of business etc. in .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
..... , then part-vii, sections 38 to 40 are applicable. in view of the inclusive definition of the expression public purpose as noted above, in section 3(f)(vi) of the act, the provision for carrying out any housing scheme sponsored or approved by the government or by any authority established by the government for carrying out any such scheme shall be deemed to be ..... purpose of forming lay out for the benefit of its members; and therefore, there is no need to follow the provisions of sections 38 to 40 of the land acquisition act. 13. there has been no much argument on the side of the respondents in this regard. however, as it is a question of law raised before this court, and as the ..... the scheme formulated by the society, by the appropriate government, the land can be acquired. 16. the learned counsel for the appellant in this regard has relied upon various rulings such as: (1) air 1961 sc 343 between pandit jhandu lal and others vs. state of punjab and another. (2) air 1984 sc 120 between manubhai jethalal patel and another vs. state ..... obtain land for the erection of dwelling houses for the workmen employed by the company or for the provision of amenities directly connected therewith, or (aa) that such acquisition is needed for the construction of some building or work for a company which is engaged or is taking steps for engaging itself in any industry or work which is for a public .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
..... , then part-vii, sections 38 to 40 are applicable. in view of the inclusive definition of the expression public purpose as noted above, in section 3(f)(vi) of the act, the provision for carrying out any housing scheme sponsored or approved by the government or by any authority established by the government for carrying out any 22 such scheme shall be deemed to ..... the approval of the scheme formulated by the society, by the appropriate government, the land can be acquired. 20 16. the learned counsel for the appellant in this regard has relied upon various rulings such as: (1) air1961sc343between pandit jhandu lal and others vs. state of punjab and another. (2) air1984sc120between manubhai jethalal patel and another vs. state of gujarat and others ..... obtain land for the erection of dwelling houses for the workmen employed by the company or for the provision of amenities directly connected therewith, or (aa) that such acquisition is needed for the construction of some building or work for a company which is engaged or is taking steps for engaging itself in any industry or work which is for a public ..... counsel for the respondents/land owners in writ petition nos.37227-28/1995 submitted that the 13 actual possession of the petitioner s property has not been taken and payment of compensation has not been made to the land owners, therefore, acquisition lapses under the new act. the learned counsel has relied upon the latest view of the hon'ble apex court .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Reported in : 1998IIAD(Delhi)933; 72(1998)DLT552; 1998(45)DRJ1
..... for which returns have been filed should be taken into consideration. where the same issue is involved in different cases of a group ( e.g. industrial house, family, connected cases etc), the revenue effect of the group and not the individual cases should be taken into account for the purpose of the monetary ..... by the authorised representative. in all such cases, the high courts of rajasthan, allahabad, punjab & haryana and madras have held that the remedy under section 256(2) of the act was not available to the person aggrieved.12.3 in cit v. itat ( supra) the division bench has held that having been convinced ..... felt inhibited from drawing up the statement of case and stating the questions for the opinion of the high court solely on account of the cbdt instructions.16. it was also submitted that though the quantum of the revenue involved for the year in question, i.e. the assessment year 1985-86 is ..... 000/- for reference before high court and rs. 60,000/- for appeals to supreme court (instruction no. 1573 dated 12.7.1984 and 1612 dated 6.4.1985). these guidelines should be adhered to subject to the exception given below. for the purpose of working out monetary limits the cumulative revenue effect of ..... section 256(1) of the act on a ground de hors the section, the high court may in exercise of writ jurisdiction quash the order of the tribunal and direct the tribunal to consider the application on merits and dispose of the same in accordance with law.13. the next question which arises .....Tag this Judgment!