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Sep 07 2005 (SC)

Union of India (Uoi) Vs. Pramod Gupta (D) by L.Rs. and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2005SC3708; 2005(4)CTC762; JT2005(8)SC203; (2005)12SCC1

..... corporation of delhi and ors. v. international security & intelligence agency ltd. : [2003]1scr951, relied upon by the additional solicitor general, is not applicable.punjab land revenue act and delhi land reforms act:33. the lands in question indisputably were governed by the punjab land revenue act, 1887 and the punjab tenants (security of tenure) act, 1950. the punjab land revenue act 1887 is still applicable save and except those provisions which are inconsistent with the provisions of the delhi ..... land reforms act. the claim of the respondents is stated in their counter- affidavit filed in this court. the respondents claimed themselves to be occupancy tenants.punjab land revenue act, 1887 ..... application whereof would depend on a finding of a court of competent jurisdiction as regard the nature and extent of right.22. sections 41, 42(2), 60-c of the punjab land revenue act, 1887 read as under:'41. right of the government in mines and minerals. - all mines of metal and coal, and all earth-oil and gold washings shall be deemed to be .....

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Nov 05 1962 (HC)

Ram Partap Vs. State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : AIR1963P& H354

..... is constitutional invalidity in this manner of recovery of arrears of property tax. he has dilated in his written arguments upon the fact that when the punjab land revenue act, 1887, was enacted, the governor of the province was all powerful and now the situation has changed. put it is not quite clear how that makes any difference to this ..... to our notice no such reason for our consideration.18. another aspect of this argument is that the conferment of judicial powers on the excise and taxation officers under the punjab land revenue act, 1887, is repugnant to the provisions of the constitution, but it has not been shown how. where an assessee is in default, power is even to the officers to recover ..... case of arrears of property tax proceed to recover the same as arrears of land revenue. when they do so it is then that the provisions of the punjab land revenue act, 1887, come in for application and when the authorities under the act have bean conferred the powers of officers under the punjab land revenue act, 1387, they act according to law. the petitioner has not been able to show how there ..... in this respect that has already been answered.29. there is then attack upon section 27 of the punjab land revenue act, 1987, and that section gives power to the state government to confer powers under that act on certain revenue officers. it is said that the revenue officers exercise judicial powers and there cannot be a case of delegation alter the coming into force of the .....

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Sep 11 1961 (SC)

Gian Singh Vs. the State of Punjab

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1962SC219; [1962]3SCR515

..... 17. bishan narain, j., who heard the petition, allowed it holding that the tehsildari rules ceased to operate since the amendment of section 9 of the punjab land revenue act, 1887 (act xvii of 1887), (hereinafter called the revenue act), by the government of india (adaptation of indian laws) order, 1937, (hereinafter called the adaptation order), which deleted that part of the section which ..... appellant has appealed to this court against the order of the high court with certificates of fitness under article 133 of the constitution. 3. section 9 of the punjab land revenue act, 1887, as it was originally enacted, stood as follows : 'the provincial government shall fix the number of tehsildars and naib tehsildars to be appointed, and the financial commissioner ..... of the learned judge, the financial commissioner ceased to have any power to make rules regulating the appointment and dismissal of tehsildars because of the amendment of the punjab land revenue act, 1887 by the government of india (adaptation of indian laws) order, 1937 and the authority derived by the financial commissioner under those rules to dismiss tehsildars was also ..... by virtue of clauses 9 and 10 of the government of india (adaptation of indian laws) order, 1937, the rules framed under the punjab land revenue act, 1887 continued to remain in operation even after the act was amended by the adaptation of indian laws order, 1937 and the financial commissioner remained invested with the power to dismiss the appellant from .....

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Oct 23 1956 (SC)

Raja Rajinder Chand Vs. Sukhi

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1957SC286; [1956]1SCR889

..... arz were accepted as correct and in others they were not so accepted, notwithstanding the statutory presumption attaching to the entries under s. 44 of the punjab land revenue act, 1887. we do not think that any useful purpose will be served by examining those decisions in detail. the legal position is clear enough. as was ..... adna-maliks. therefore, the question before us is the right to chil trees on proprietary and cultivated lands in possession of adna-maliks. 29. it is not disputed that under s. 31 of the punjab land-revenue act, 1887, wajib-ul-arz is a part of the record-of-rights, and entries made therein in accordance ..... with law and the provisions of ch. iv of the act and the rules thereunder, shall be presumed to be true (vide s. ..... these six appeals is a short one, a satisfactory answer thereto requires an examination of the history of the creation of nadaun jagir, of the land revenue and revisional settlements made of the said jagir from time to time, and of the various entries made in the record-of-rights prepared in ..... of the punjab. he began his work in 1865 and wrote his report in 1872. he also did not undertake any settlement of nadaun. alex. anderson was the next person who dealt with the settlement of kangra. by notification no. 25 dated january 26, 1888 a general re-assessment of the land revenue of .....

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Dec 02 1970 (SC)

Om Prakash and ors. Vs. Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1971SC771; (1970)3SCC942; 1971(III)LC93(SC)

..... the jamabandi col 6. (the relevant particulars and forms of jamabandi, khasra girdawari and fard taqsim are at pages 199-200, 361 to 367 and 305-306 respectively of the punjab land revenue act 1887-v edition-1963 by aggarwala). we are however not concerned with the various aspects of these records as it is not necessary for us to consider them in this case ..... and therefore certain directions had to be given. it is also evident that details regarding the extent distribution and classification of land could be obtained from fard taqsim which is also an important revenue record.13. a reference to the punjab land revenue act, 1887 would show that a jambandi is a register of holding of owners and tenents prepared persuant to section 31(2) of ..... the punjab land revenue act 1887. under sections 31 to 40 of the said act record of rights and annual records are prepared. jamabandi is part of the ..... standing record maintained under section 31(2). a standing record is one framed at a settlement made before the said act was passed or in pursuance of a notification issued .....

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May 14 2008 (SC)

Rabindra Singh Vs. Financial Commissioner, Coopration, Punjab and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : (2008)7MLJ1149(SC); 2008(8)SCALE242; 2008(7)SCC663; 2008(3)Supreme643; 2008(7)SCC663; 2008(3)Supreme643

..... dated 24th march, 1999 wherein inter alia it was held that the service of notice by substituted service having been taken recourse to as envisaged under section 20 of the punjab land revenue act, 1887, the ex-parte decree could have been validly passed by the assistant collector.7. a revision petition filed before the commissioner, jalandhar division, was dismissed by his order dated ..... in futility to go into the question, as mentioned above.it was furthermore opined that the appellant has not suffered any prejudice.10. indisputably the authorities under the punjab land revenue act, 1887 (hereinafter referred to as `the act') could entertain an application for partition of the joint family property. it lays down the procedures for summoning the parties, witnesses etc. for the said purpose ..... case was kept for 30-10-98 for consideration.tehsildar, however, relied upon a commentary by some author on section 20 of the punjab land revenue act, 1887 wherein the following observation has been made:it is not admissible for a revenue officer to set aside an ex parte order in partition proceedings except by means of a review as the provisions of civil procedure code relating ..... s.b. sinha, j.leave granted.1. jurisdiction of a land revenue court to set aside an ex-parte decree is in question in this appeal which arises out of a judgment and order dated 28th july,2003 passed by the high court of punjab and haryana at chandigarh in civil writ petition no. 11599 of 2003.2. a suit for partition was .....

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Mar 23 2005 (HC)

Piara Singh Vs. Additional Director C/H and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (2005)140PLR675

..... of the act are very limited. respondent no. 1 has jurisdiction to interfere only if there exists some defect in effecting the repartition and not otherwise. no ..... khewat, as per their entitlement. they continued to be shown as such throughout. in the year, 1979, petitioner moved an application under section (i) of the punjab land revenue act, 1887, for partition of the joint khewat, before the revenue authorities. private respondents put up appearance and raised question of title. objection was dismissed. they went in appeal but failed. thereafter, partition proceedings were finalised and ..... of passing those orders, no revenue record was discussed. contents of naksha hakdarbar, khatoni pemaish, missal hakiat were not perused. orders passed are totally non speaking one and lacks reasoning. furthermore, respondent no. 1 has no jurisdiction whatsoever to ignore order passed by the competent civil court and also by the revenue authorities under the provisions of the punjab land revenue act, 1887. powers under section 42 .....

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Feb 07 2005 (HC)

State of Haryana Vs. M.H. Textiles Pvt. Ltd. and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : [2005]141STC251(P& H)

..... attached by collector-cum-deputy excise and taxation commissioner, faridabad vide his order dated august 17, 1985 passed under section 72 of the punjab land revenue act, 1887 (for short, 'the 1887 act'). intimation of the attachment was duly sent to sub-registrar/tehsildar, faridabad, but the property could not be sold for almost 9 ..... on october 18, 2002 for arguments.'6. respondent no. 1 challenged the last mentioned order by filing a revision under section 16 of the 1887 act, which was allowed by respondent no. 2 by making the following observations :'the order dated september 6, 2002 of the commissioner, allowing the ..... faridabad did not challenge order dated october 5, 2001 by filing an appeal or revision. instead, he filed an application under section 15 of the 1887 act for review of that order. vide his order dated september 6, 2002 (annexure p.6), the commissioner allowed the review application and directed that ..... articles 226 and 227 of the constitution of india for quashing order dated july 31, 2003 (annexure p.7) passed by the financial commissioner (revenue), haryana (respondent no. 2).2. m/s. ganesh packaging industries pvt. ltd., faridabad (hereinafter described as 'the assessee') was registered as a ..... made for the years 1973-74 to 1978-79 under the state act and the central act, the assessing authority created liability of rs. 2,39,013 against the assessee. due to its failure to satisfy the demand, the assessee's land bearing khasra no. 65/17 (8 kanals), 65/18 (7 .....

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Jan 27 2005 (HC)

Chanan Singh Vs. Financial Commissioner Appeals-i and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Reported in : (2005)140PLR103

..... a corrigendum so that the sale deed shows sale of a share in the joint holding instead of sale of specific khasra nos. this petition under section 16 of the punjab land revenue act, 1887 is disposed of accordingly.' hence this petition.4. as far as the factual position is concerned, the same has not been disputed. undisputedly, smt. baljit kaur, vendor of the ..... view, the illegal refusal to sanction mutation caused serious prejudice to the rights of the petitioner because without getting himself recorded as co-owner of the suit land in the revenue record, he cannot get the land partitioned to get physical possession of the same. thus, in our view. the mutation of share purchased by the petitioner, as entered by the patwari, ..... 19.6.2002 and 30.1.2003 passed by the assistant collector, 1st grade, district collector, commissioner and financial commissioner, appeals-1, punjab, respectively, vide which the afore-said authorities have declined to sanction the mutation of the land in dispute in favour of the petitioner, which he had purchased by registered sale deed dated 24.9.1993, on the ground that ..... which was less than her share. she had sold the aforesaid land in specific khasra number which was in her possession. on the basis of the said sale deed, the petitioner filed an application before the revenue patwari for entering his name in the revenue record by sanctioning the mutation. the revenue patwari instead of entering the mutation by specific khasra number in accordance .....

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Aug 08 1961 (SC)

Amar Jyoti Stone Crusting Co. Vs. the Union of India (Uoi) and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1967SC46; [1962]3SCR62

..... subject to the provisions contained in the delhi minor mineral rules, 1938 framed in exercise of the powers conferred by section 155(1) of the punjab land revenue act, 1887. under these rules an application has to be made to the collector for the grant of permits to effect quarrying who was empowered to grant ..... a permit or the payment of royalty, the quarrying of any mineral proved to be on land belonging to the land-owner in which he had the right to the mineral under section 42 of the punjab land revenue act, 1887. the appellant-firm had applied for and obtained permits under these rules and were paying the ..... was that the learned judge of the high court had misunderstood and misapplied the provisions of section 42 of the punjab land revenue act and that if that section were properly construed, the appellant's lessor should be held to be the owner of the mineral rights in the ..... which there did not exist, any forest or quarry, or any such land or interest, that the forest, quarry, land or interest was taken into account in the assessment of the land-revenue. (4) until the presumption is so rebutted, the forest, quarry, land or interest shall be held to belong to the government. ' 5. ..... had refused the permit sought by the appellant because of a resolution of the delhi development provisional authority constituted under act 53 of 1955. by reason of proceedings of that authority the land in suit had been included in 'a controlled area', i. e., an area which was reserved for other .....

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