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Oct 19 2012 (HC)

Tata Sky Limited, Mumbai and Others Vs. the State of Tamil Nadu Throug ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-19-2012

..... to the scope of entry 62 list ii of vii schedule to the constitution of india. however, considering the provisions of the punjab entertainment duty act, 1955, different from the tamil nadu entertainments tax act, 1939, for the reasons already stated, on the wording of section 4-i, we have no hesitation in rejecting the ..... of india. there is no rational basis for treating dth as a separate class for differential tax treatment from cable tv, taxed under section 4-e of the act. 6. making particular reference to the decision reported in (2005) 3 scc 711: [2005] 140 stc 154 (state of west bengal vs. purvi communication (p) ltd.), the ..... under part iv of the constitution of india. 183. thus, viewed in the context of the decisions cited above, in particular, the decision reported in (2005) 2 scc 515 (godfrey philips india ltd. and another v. state of u.p. and others), the decision on entry 62 list ii of vii ..... attained a legal meaning, words of general impact must have a wide application. going by the observation of the apex court in the decision reported in (2005) 2 scc 515 (godfrey philips india ltd. and another v. state of u.p. and others),we do not find any legal ground to restrict ..... india, making cinematographic film exhibition subject to entry 60 list i of vii schedule to the constitution of india. referring to the decisions reported in (2005) 3 scc 711: [2005] 140 stc 154 (state of west bengal vs. purvi communications in purvi communication (p) ltd.) and air 1997 sc 1889 (a.suresh vs. .....

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Jul 30 2012 (HC)

Mr.S.Arokiam. Vs. the Chairman

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-30-2012

..... to get a benefit out of the said promissory estoppel have to established on the basis of the facts available to the petitioners .viii)in punjab communications ltd. v. union of india, reported in 1999 4 scc 727, at paragraph 35, the supreme court after considering state of karnataka ..... joint commissioner, office of the commissioner for land administration and the district collector, kancheepuram participated. on the basis of the judgments dated 27.06.2005 and 28.01.2001 of the high court, madras and the supreme court respectively, it was informed that the proposals for transfer of land and ..... only one building in the said plot. he shall not make any sub-division of the property.b) if the lessor / vendor, demands property tax and general expenses besides monthly instalment, the lessee / purchaser shall remit the same, till the period of lease. on failure to remit the aforesaid ..... only one building in the said plot. he shall not make any sub-division of the property.b) if the lessor / vendor, demands property tax and general expenses besides monthly instalment, the lessee / purchaser shall remit the same, till the period of lease. on failure to remit the aforesaid ..... punjab v. nestle india ltd., reported in (2004) 6 scc 465, the supreme court has held as follows:"28.this court rejected all the three pleas of the government. it reiterated the well-known preconditions for the operation of the doctrine:(1) a clear and unequivocal promise knowing and intending that it would be acted .....

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Jul 10 2012 (HC)

V.D.S.R.Re.Rolling Mill. Vs. the Special Commissioner and Commissioner ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-10-2012

..... as to whether the transferee has a right to challenge the restriction of alienation, the supreme court, considered a case in guntaiah v. hambamma reported in 2005 (6) scc 228, under the mysore land revenue (amendment rules), 1960 [hereinafter being referred to as "rules of 1960"]. certain lands were granted ..... the circumstances of the case, the nature of the inquiry, the rules under which the tribunal is acting, the subject-matter to be dealt with and so forth. 101. in municipal committee, hoshiappur v. punjab state electricity board reported in 2010 (13) scc 216, at paragraphs 31 to 33, the supreme ..... natural justice, one must establish that he has been prejudiced thereby for non-compliance with principle of natural justice." 94. in sahara india (firm) v. cit reported in 2008 (14) scc 151, at paragraphs 15, held as follows: "15. rules of natural justice are not embodied rules. the phrase ..... directed to be recorded in the village accounts as gramanatham, pramboke. the assignees contended that they have obtained electricity, water supply and also paid property tax. for obtaining patta, they sought for the help of one duraisingam. according to them, he received money for meeting out the expenses. it was ..... caste community through the sale conducted in accordance with law or through any other means, or in case of failure to remit the government tax within the stipulated date, the aforesaid land which was given is subjected to be taken back by the government. the government will have the .....

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Jul 23 2012 (HC)

The Government of Tamil Nadu. Vs. Ms. Mecca Prime Tannery and ors.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-23-2012

..... by the respondents, and if the land is absolutely vested with them, then the same would not be assessable for urban land tax as the same comes under the exemption under section 29 of the tamil nadu urban land tax act. learned counsel submitted that if the lands in question were vested with the possession of the respondents, the lands could not have ..... from the slum clearance board also inspected the acquired property and found that there are people inside the acquired property, and hence, the board sent a letter dated 02.06.2005 to the assistant engineer, tamil nadu electricity board requesting not to give electricity connection to the persons residing inside the acquired property. whereas the urban land ceiling department claims that ..... on housing.2. parliament has no power to repeal or amend the act unless resolutions are passed by two or more state legislatures as required under clause (2) of article 252.3. the legislatures of haryana and punjab have passed resolutions empowering parliament to repeal the act in those states. the act in the first instance will be repealed in those states and in ..... the urban territories and subsequently if any state legislature adopts this act by resolution, then from the date of its adoption the .....

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Oct 29 2012 (HC)

C. Santhini Vs. the Director of School Education and Another

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-29-2012

..... the prior permission of the authority concerned. 44. it is to be pointed out that the hon'ble supreme court in the decision state of punjab vs.khemi ram reported in air 1970 supreme court 214 in paragraph 11 has observed and held thus; if disciplinary action is sought to be ..... 31.5.1990, no material is available on record in regard thereto. 40. moreover, in the decision of the hon'ble supreme court, instate of punjab v. balbir singh air 1977 sc 629, the hon'ble supreme court has observed that 'it is the actual date of service, which is essential for ..... quash the order of suspension as also the disciplinary proceeding. 39. also, we cite the decision in state of tamil nadu v. r.karuppiah (2005) 3 ctc 4: (2005) 2 mlj 555, wherein, the division bench in paragraph 19 at page 559 has held as under; 19.as already stated above, though the ..... explanation:- for the purpose of this clause, the expression 'criminal misconduct' shall have the same meaning as in section 13 of the prevention of corruption act, 1988 (central act 49 of 1988) instruction under rule 56(1)(c):- whether a government servant referred to in clause (c) is fully exonerated or not, he ..... law that the disciplinary authority may even take recourse of filing the first information report and simultaneously issue a departmental charge sheet in respect of an act of omission and commission committed by an employee. to put it differently, the departmental proceedings and criminal trial operate in different fields. also that, .....

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Feb 27 2012 (HC)

J.AnithA. Vs. J.Prakash

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Feb-27-2012

..... 2003 (2) ctc 760d. air 1988 sc 121e. air 1982 delhi 240f. air 2003 karnataka 357g. air 1968 punjab & haryana 489h. air 1999 himachal pradesh 17i. air 2007 sc 1426j. (2005) 2 scc 22k. air 2006 sc 167541. countering the said submissions, mr.k.p.gopalakrishnan, the learned counsel for ..... or is susceptible to medical treatment; or79. the learned counsel for the appellant relied upon the explanation to section 13(1)(iii) of the act, which says that the expression mental disorder includes incomplete development of mind and psychopathic disorder. according to the learned counsel as the medical evidence ..... family court has taken a too technical and hypersensitive approach without realising that it would be counter productive to the institution of marriage. the acts alleged against the respondent cannot be said to be such that no reasonable person would tolerate it. therefore, we are of the considered ..... court having concluded that there was material misrepresentation failed to pass a decree of nullity under section 12(1)(c) of the hindu marriage act. the learned counsel submitted that the petition for restitution of conjugal rights has to be decided separately on merits. in this case, the ..... petition for divorce the respondent/wife filed o.p.no.2268 of 2007 for restitution of conjugal rights under section 9 of the hindu marriages act. in that petition, the averments contained in the counter statement have been repeated. the petition for restitution was contested by the appellant / husband .....

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Oct 19 2012 (HC)

K. Poomalai and Others Vs. the Director of Sugar, Chennai and Others

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Oct-19-2012

..... several reports that the prevailing price of molasses was much higher. on 06.04.2004, letters were written by distilleries from jaipur in rajasthan and kapurthala in punjab, offering to purchase molasses at the rate of rs.260/- per quintal and rs.250/- per quintal respectively (rs.2,600/- per mt and rs.2 ..... rs.1.40 crores. the same logic would apply squarely to the case in hand also. 161. the other judgments, viz., the one reported in in (2005) 3 scc 275, coal india ltd. and others vs. imenk sou and others and the one reported in (1995) 2 scc 462, south indian film chamber ..... on the following judgments in support of her contentions: i. cdj 2008 sc 725, kisan sahkari chini mills ltd. and others vs. vardan linkers and others. ii. (2005) 3 scc 275, coal india ltd. and others vs. imenk sou and others iii. (1995) 2 scc 462, south indian film chamber of commerce, madras and ..... rate in the open auction-cum-tender for sale of molasses in tamil nadu. 28.she further contended that the tamil nadu transparency in tenders act, 1998 ("the act" for short) was given a complete go-by in order to accommodate the three companies; when the sale of 1 lakh mts of molasses ..... association when parliament had clearly intended to make the annual surpluses of mutual insurance companies subject to tax, macmillan found a particularly formalistic argument to show that this had not been the effect of section 31 of the finance act of 1933. he was then happily able to announce, the legislature has plainly missed fire .....

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Jul 24 2012 (HC)

Dr.J.Santhosh Kumar. Vs. the Block Medical Officer.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jul-24-2012

..... as proper by a responsible body of medical men skilled in that particular art. the supreme court in the case of jacob mathew vs. state of punjab [(2005) 6 scc 1], held that,"the standard of care, when assessing the practice as adopted is judged in the light of the knowledge available at ..... competent authority has to wait till the person causing nuisance abates nuisance.60."nuisance", as defined in sub-section 25 of section 2 of the act, includes any act, omission, place or thing which causes or is likely to cause injury, danger, annoyance or offence to the sense of sight, smell or ..... .(3) (a) any person claiming to levy in a private market lawfully established prior to the coming into force of the madras local boards act, 1884 (madras act v of 1884) fees of the nature specified in sub-section (2) of section 147, shall apply to the inspector for a certificate recognizing ..... of charge to the patients in government hospitals, the provisions of the consumer protection act will apply since the expenses of running the said hospitals are met by appropriation from the consolidated fund which is raised from taxes paid by the taxpayers. their lordships have dealt with the definition of service given ..... in section 2(1)(o) of the consumer protection act, 1986, and have observed as follows: (scc pp. 675-76, para 44) .....

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Dec 10 2012 (HC)

Watchdata Technologies Pvt. Ltd Singapore, Rep. by Its Director Yu Zhi ...

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Dec-10-2012

..... breach of the terms and commitments agreed upon by the 1st defendant under the two memorandum of understanding (mous) dated 20.12.2004 and 21.12.2005 and the non disclosure agreement dated 15.03.2007. 3. in para 19 of the plaint, it is pleaded by the plaintiff / non applicant, ..... the plaintiff / non applicant placed reliance on the judgment of the hon'ble supreme court in swamy atmananda and others vs. sri ramakrishna tapovanam and others, 2005 (3) mlj 65 sc, to contend that cause of action means fact or facts, which if traversed would require the plaintiff to prove in order ..... of the al hatim mou undermined the defendants claim that tec had signed both the 2004 mou and the al hatim mou on 20 december 2005 using different stamps. the defendants rather desperate attempt to rely on a fabricated document and the falsehoods they had to tell to establish its genuineness ..... defendant had through their representative nominees jointly managed and controlled the business of the plaintiff company at chennai, when the third and fourth defendants indulged in acts of acquisition of information, concepts and devices, customer profiles and the entire gamut of the business operations of the plaintiff in august 2007 when the ..... 35. reliance was thereafter placed on the judgment of the hon'ble full bench of punjab and haryana high court in the case of balwant singh vs. the state bank of india and others, air 1976 punjab and haryana 316, to contend that when the plaint discloses cause of action in respect .....

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