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Feb 01 1982 (HC)

Kalwa Vs. Vasakha Singh and anr.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Feb-01-1982

Reported in : AIR1982P& H480

..... were to be determined by a judicial tribunal had been adjudicated upon under the assumed fiat of the legislature.118. earlier in mahant lachhman dass chela v. state of punjab, ilr (1968) 2 punj and har 499, an attack against the constitutional validity of this act had been repelled by a full bench of this court. while dealing with the argument based on art ..... law which rendered it invalid. thirdly, the cases cited for the appellant are cases relating to legislative validation of invalid elections or removal of disqualification with retrospective effect. being cases of legislative validation, or removal of qualifications by legislature, they are not liable to be tested on the basis of the theory of basic structure, which, i think, is applicable only to ..... , in the case of joint undivided immovable property, to the co-sharers; * * * * *.' 66. basic object of right of pre-emption in so far as it concerned the village, being to prevent the incursion into the community of strangers in race and religion and thus protect compactness of village communities and for that reason, this right was considered mere corollary of the ..... untouched.'112. even if sub-section (2) is treated as a non obstante clause, the result would not be any different.113. in aswini kumar ghose v. arabinda bose, air 1952 sc 369, it was laid down (para 27)-'the enacting part of a statute must, where it is clear, be taken to control the non obstante clause where both cannot .....

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Aug 27 1982 (HC)

Md. Ibrahim Khan Vs. Susheel Kumar and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-27-1982

Reported in : AIR1983AP69

..... representation dispelled or confirmed, the suspicion was of no consequence.33. again, the supreme court in state of karnataka v. union of india, : [1978]2scr1 on a critical scrutiny of the provisions of the commissions of inquiry act, 1952 observed at page 699 (of scc) : (at pp. 137-38 of air):'it is clear ..... there is neither a plaintiff nor a defendant. there are no pleadings raising issues to be tried. no one is punished. no serious disability or disqualification is incurred by the findings. the enquiry made by the commission differs from a criminal trial. the commission is only a machinery set up to ..... be judged in the light of the constitution of the statutory body which has to function in accordance with the rules laid down by the legislature; 2. whether an opportunity has been afforded and whether that opportunity was or was not reasonable in a given case should be ascertained by ..... v. union of india. : [1970]1scr457 ' the aim of the rules of natural justice is to secure justice or to put in negatively, to prevent miscarriage of justice and justice, in a society which has accepted socialism as its article of faith in the constitution is dispensed not only by judicial or ..... examined during the course ofthe enquiry and the charged-officer was not given an opportunity to cross-examine them. r. 16 (24) of the punjab police rules clearly provides for the examination of witnesses whenever possible in the presence of the charged-officer and for the cross-examination of hte witnesses.23 .....

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