Court : Supreme Court of India
Reported in : 1998IVAD(SC)298; AIR1998SC2086; JT1998(3)SC636; (1998)120PLR243; 1998(3)SCALE367; (1998)5SCC207; 3SCR112
..... such places as 'market area' as per the provisions of punjab agricultural produce markets act 1961 (for short 'the markets act'). those areas attained much development with many facilities due to increased governmental activities.3. with the enactment of punjab new mandi township (development and regulation) act 1960 (for short 'mandi township act') powers have been conferred on the state government to create and ..... declare new market (mandi) townships. as per section 3 of that act, the state government have power to sell, lease or otherwise transfer either ..... create a new mandi complex at guru har sahai and another at talwandi. lands were acquired by government for that purpose and buildings were constructed for providing the infrastructure to the new market areas. the immediate impact of creation of such new market townships on the appellants was that they had to move their business from ..... government issued a circular stating that 'grain shops, subzi shops and food stall/booths will be allotted to artist (traders) in all the new mandi area established and developed by the colonization department on 25% above the reserved price', of course subject to certain other terms and conditions. but government did not continue with such reliefs being .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Gujarat
Reported in : (2001)GLR776
..... housing to the economically weaker sections and low income groups of the society and for developing infrastructural facilities such as water supply, drainage, sanitation, roads, etc.; and whereas government of india has laid down guidelines of a recommendatory nature for achieving social objectives after repeal of the act of 1976; and whereas in pursuance of the said guidelines, the government is considering ..... other state which adopts this act by resolution passed in that behalf under clause (2) of article 252 ..... legislatures of the states of haryana and punjab to the effect that the aforesaid act of 1976 should be repealed in those states by parliament by law; and whereas the parliament has enacted the urban land (ceiling and regulation) repeal act, 1999 (act no.15 of 1999) repealing the said act of 1976 in the states of haryana and punjab and all the union territories and ..... the said act shall also apply to such .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Andhra Pradesh
Reported in : 2007(2)ALD375; 2007(2)ALT303
..... appellants.25. in rajender singh v. state of haryana 2005 (8) scj 630 : (2005) 9 scc 1, the supreme court interpreted the provisions of the punjab scheduled roads and controlled areas restriction of unregulated development act, 1963 and approved the action taken by the concerned authorities for demolition of illegal constructions. in the course of judgment, the supreme court observed as under ..... , son of shapurji irani, resident of house no. 1/17, kazipet, warangal district filed a declaration under section 6(1) of the urban land (ceiling and regulation) act, 1976 (for short, 'the 1976 act') on 24-8-1976 declaring the following lands:village survey nos extent in extent inac.gts. hectares.kadipikonda 64,70, 25.18 10,2992 or71,72,73 1 ..... the occupants of the premises constructed or of the inhabitants of the city at large. serious threat is posed to ecology and environment and, at the same time, the infrastructure consisting of water supply, sewerage and traffic movement facilities suffers unbearable burden and is often thrown out of gear. unwary purchasers in search of roof over their heads and purchasing ..... of the premises belonging to his clients. he also pointed out that in pursuance of the permission accorded by the then commissioner of the corporation vide order dated 30-12-2002, many commercial complexes have come up on eighteen identified roads, but the petitioners have deliberately targeted the commercial complex constructed by his clients. learned counsel then submitted that the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
..... sector colonizers have to be in conformity with the development plans prepared under the act of 1963. the state government agencies like huda and haryana state industrial and infrastructure development corporation (hsiidc) undertake development in a similar way as that by colonizers which are granted license under the act of 1975. thus, the act of 1975 and huda act, 1977, along with the incorporation of hsiidc together provide ..... of land, out of which 110 acres has been released. the left out acquired land measuring 155 acres or so is proposed to be handed-over to huda for its regulated development for the notified public purpose. similarly, the land owned by the private builders forming part of sector 37-c has been released as the same has to be utilized by ..... decision dated 26.10.2007 and 24.01.2011 are concerned, the response is as under:- (a) that for urban development in haryana, the act of 1975, and the punjab schedule roads and controlled area restriction or unregulated development act, 1963 (hereinafter referred as act of 1963) from the umbrella legislations, which are gupta dinesh 2013.08.13 15:49 i am the author of this ..... cwp no.19999 of 2012. ::-1-:: in the high court of punjab & haryana at chandigarh civil writ petition no.19999 of 2012 date of decision : july 17, 2013 ram kishan and others .....petitioners versus state of haryana and others .....respondents coram : hon' .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
..... .m. appl.11287-11288/2015 + fao(os) 320/2015, cav.628/2015, c.m. appl.11279-11280/2015 ludhiana improvement trust ..... appellant versus m/s. mapletree property & infrastructure pvt. ltd. & ors. ..... respondents through: sh. salil sagar, sr. advocate with sh. ajay pal, sh. samarth sagar, sh. vishal yadav and sh. sankalp sagar, ..... in the present appeal, m/s maple tree property pvt. ltd (hereafter referred to as mptl), the claimant and the second respondent today homes and infrastructure pvt. ltd. (hereafter referred to as thil ). the appellant was a party to the arbitral proceedings; impleaded as the fifth respondent in the claim ..... , on 05.10.2006, the power of attorney was revoked. on the same day a letter was sent to mptl appraising them of this development.4. the arrangement between it thil and lit collapsed. mptl sent a notice dated 19.10.2007 to both the said parties, requesting them to ..... of the consortium. an agreement was signed with thil on 24.05.2005, by the chairman lit, for enabling the consortium to go ahead with development and sale of constructed building. a tripartite agreement was entered into between thil, lit and hdfc bank on 25.08.2005. the tripartite agreement ..... supreme court to having received 30% of the said amount. on 18.01.2010 mptl issued a statutory notice under section 98 of the punjab town improvement act, 1922, whereby they asserted that having admitted to receiivng 30% of the sale consideration, lit could neither dispute the existence of the contract .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : 128STC116(P& H)
..... policies and the provisions of the 1948 act and the 1991 rules.10. the 1989 policy was framed by the government of punjab to achieve the objective of providing conducive industrial environment, strengthening of infrastructure, identifying thrust areas, developing skills and encouraging entrepreneurship, for accelerating the rate of industrial development and generating employment opportunities, particularly for ..... of entitlement. (1) sales/purchase tax exemption or sales tax deferment shall be available to units in different growth areas subject to maximum benefits to be regulated as per table i.table imaximum benefitof sales/purchase tax exemption & sales tax deferment.growtharea/categorysmall scale industrymedium & largetotal time limit within whichconcession shall be available ..... shall be admissible as per categorization contained in annex i so as to ensure balanced industrial development. (a) incentives (i) *** *** *** *** (ii) sales tax incentives state sales tax exemption/deferment shall be admissible in each category subject to maximum benefit to be regulated, as per table given below:- table icategory ssi (backwardness)medium & largetime limitmaximum limit' ..... on account of its alleged failure to file sales tax return and to pay tax in accordance with the provisions of the punjab genera! sales tax act, 1948 (for short, the 1948 act) within the stipulated time. on 31st january, 2000, the petitioner submitted representation annexure p.14 for extension of time for filing .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chennai
..... issuance of a writ of mandamus, to forbear the respondents from passing any order for declaration of notified area under sec.9(1)(d) of tamil nadu agricultural produce marketing (regulation) act, 1987 in pursuant to g.o.ms.no.361, agricultural (am ii) department, dated 12.12.2008 (notified on 24.12.2008) as amended as per g.o.309, ..... of farmers from undue exploitation at the hands of traders and middlemen and for the provision of better marketing facilities, basic infrastructure, etc. in pursuance of the royal commission's recommendations, the erstwhile government of madras presidency enacted the madras commercial crops market act, 1933. according to the act, a regulated market for cotton at tiruppur in coimbatore district was initially formed and second ..... .066 lakhs have been provided to the farmers under this scheme, for the financial year 2011-2012 (upto august 2011) and rs.52.52 lakhs to the traders. under farmers development and welfare scheme rs.1,00,000/- is granted to the farmers in case of death/permanent disability due to accident. 4.3. further, based on the request of the ..... notification to notify all agricultural produce for all market committees. the high level committee visited the market committees and various institutions in the states of karnataka, andhrapradesh, new delhi, hariyana, punjab, maharastra and met the farmers and traders and studies the functions and practices adopted by the market committees. further on 25.09.1999, 25.11.1999, 01.12.1999 and .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
..... , order passed by the assistant collector ist grade cannot be sustained. we have gone through the judgment in orion infrastructure's case (supra).similar situation was before the division bench and after noting that due to amendment in the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1961 in the year 1999, the assistant collector ist grade has no jurisdiction to decide question of title between ..... be considered. in view of the above, these writ petitions are disposed of. all the orders passed by the authorities below i.e.assistant collector ist grade dated 28.03.2002, collector dated 20.01.2004, commissioner and financial commissioner on 08.02.2006 and 05.09.2006 respectively are set aside. matter is remitted to the collector, kurukshetra to decide ..... gram panchayat. when the said suit was filed, the provision of section 13-a of the act of 1961 was as under :- 13-a. adjudication (1) any person or in the case of a panchayat, either the panchayat or its gram sachiv, the concerned block development and panchayat officer, social education and panchayat officer or any other officer duly authorised by the ..... state government in this behalf, claiming right, title or interest in any land or other immovable property, vested or deemed to have vested in the panchayat under this act, may within a period of [five].* years from the date of commencement of the punjab village .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Jharkhand
..... profiteering have been held to be forbidden. one suggestion came during the course of hearing that for fixing the fee-structure, the following considerations may be kept in mind: (i) infrastructure and facility available in the schools, (ii) investments made and salaries paid to the teachers and the staffs, (iii) future plan for expansion and/or improvement of the schools ..... authorities have failed to perform their legal and constitutional obligations. inspite of serious concern raised from different quarters of the society, no mechanism has been introduced by the state for regulating fees charged by the private schools. no doubt, the private schools can fix their fees, however, the same must be in consonance with the quality of education and ..... state of jharkhand indicating the mechanism for ensuring compliance of the provisions under the right of children to free and compulsory education act, 2009, however, lack of control on other aspects regarding charging of exorbitant tuition fee, transport fee, development fee etc. were not satisfactorily explained by the respondents. during the proceeding of the case it was noticed by the 2. ..... decision in action committee, unaided pvt. schools & ors. vs director of education, delhi & ors. reported in 2009 (11) scale7and other judgments. the decision of the high court of punjab and haryana in civil writ petition no. 20545 of 2009 (o & m) has also been relied upon by the learned counsel for the intervenor for constituting a committee headed by .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : (2009)156PLR138
..... in sale deed (ex. p24). both the chunks of land were not located on the road. it was further submitted that the land being part of an area, which is regulated with regard to construction activity under law, no cut was required to be applied on the value shown in the sale deeds. reliance was placed upon khushi ram and anr ..... any authority acquiring land therein in a welfare state is not to make profit out of acquisition of land. in the periphery of chandigarh, because of restriction imposed in view of the punjab new capital (periphery) control act, 1952, no construction activity is permissible, which has ..... purpose of tourism also, the same is on world map.12. in fact, the administration is not dealing with the land owners fairly. the land is acquired after paying very small amount of compensation which is transferred to other authorities/persons at exhorbitant prices without even development. the object of the land acquisition act or ..... acquisition for the purpose of development in this area started with the issuance of notification dated 23.12.1999 and thereafter, number of notifications were issued acquiring the land for various important projects, such as film city, education city etc. the land had great potential, considering the strategic location of the city and the kind of infrastructure being created. even for the .....Tag this Judgment!