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Dec 10 1959 (HC)

Risaldar Major Amar Singh Uttam Singh Vs. R.L. Aggarwal and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Dec-10-1959

Reported in : AIR1960P& H312

..... of any offence already committed against any such law'.(14) the right of the appellant risaldar major amar singh under s. 14 of the punjab alienation of land act could not be deemed a matured or a vested right, as it was still open to the deputy commissioner, to grant sanction and thereby ..... was no difference at all, on the question that if the necessity for the sanction of the deputy commissioner disappeared, by the repeal of the punjab alienation of land act, before the time allowed for redemption, then effect would be given to the original transaction of sale. in may view, nothing said by any ..... be a sale, and nothing else, despite the petitioner belonging to an agricultural tribe and the purchaser, shera, to a non-agricultural tribe. the punjab alienation of land act did not unconditionally inhibit such a transaction but all that it did was, that under s. 14 a permanent alienation like a sale, could only ..... singh had no locus standi but went on to observe that amar singh could not redeem the land, because by the repeal of the punjab alienation of land act the sale in favour of shera had become absolute and as shera was an evacuee, his total interest vested in the custodian. he thereupon ..... for rs. 500/-. sandhur singh treated the land as evacuee property.no orders were passed on this application until 4-10-1951 when the punjab alienation of land act ceased to exist because it was repealed by the adaptation of laws (third amendment) order, 1951, published in the gazette of india on 4 .....

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Mar 26 1959 (SC)

Gherulal Parakh Vs. Mahadeodas Maiya and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Mar-26-1959

Reported in : AIR1959SC781; [1959]Supp(2)SCR406

..... chamarbaugwala : [1957]1scr874 . the question raised in that case was whether the bombay lotteries and prize competition control and tax (amendment) act of 1952 extending the definition of 'prize competition' contained in s. 2(1)(d) of the bombay lotteries and prize competition control and tax act of 1948, so as to include prize competition carried on through newspapers printed and published ..... decided. this judgment does not therefore support the contention of the learned counsel for the appellant. 34. the legal position in india is not different. before the act for avoiding wagers, 1848, the law relating to wagers that was in force in british india was the common law of england. the judicial committee in ramloll thackoorseydass ..... ); the rajasthan public gambling ordinance (ordinance xlviii of 1949) and the u.p. public gambling act. these acts do not prohibit gaming ..... of the gambling acts in india : the public gambling act (iii of 1867); the bengal public gambling act (ii of 1867); the bombay prevention of gambling act (iv of 1887); madhya bharat gambling act (li of 1949); madhya pradesh public gambling act; madras gaming act (iii of 1930); the orissa prevention of gambling act (xvii of 1955); the punjab public gambling act (iii of 1867 .....

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Jan 13 1959 (HC)

Smt. Sukhi W/O Mahan Singh Vs. Baryam Singh and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Jan-13-1959

Reported in : AIR1959P& H339

..... ilr 13 lah 276: (air 1932 lah 157).it would not be out of place also to make a passing reference to section 5 of the punjab laws act according to which in deciding the question of custom it is relevant to bear in mind the principles of justice and equity. in this connection, in ..... succession to self-acquired property. the question of custom in this case was considered on a certificate granted under the old section 41 (3) of the punjab courts act.19. there is one other case to which a reference may usefully be made. in rahman v. karim baksh, 28 pun re 1917: (air 1917 ..... 'a person cannot succeed to his maternal grandfather except in succession to his mother is not a correct statement of the custom as actually existing in the punjab province.'for this dictum the learned judges relied on a number of decisions digested at page 813, column 2, of the report. similarly in gurdial singh ..... the sisters excluded collaterals within the sixth degree.'it would thus be obvious that up to 2-12-1908, this paragraph was not considered by the punjab chief-court to lay down any precise and universally recognised rule of custom based on instances whereby sisters could be considered to be excluded from inheriting ..... of this broad and general statement of law contained in this para.12. as early as 2nd of december 1908 william clark, chief judge of the punjab chief court, in 35 pun re 1909, while dealing with inheritance to acquired property in amritsar district in a dispute between sister and collaterals of the .....

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Nov 05 1959 (HC)

Munsha Singh Dhaman Singh and ors. Vs. the State of Punjab and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-05-1959

Reported in : AIR1960P& H317

..... and is controlled by the state a fact which is borne out by a large number of provisions of the punjab gram panchayat act.(18) the punjab village common lands (regulation) act, 1953 (punjab act no. 1 of 1954) was enacted to regulate the rights in shamilat deh and abadi deh. under s. ..... instant case, is, whether this object was intended by the legislature to fall within the purpose and intent of the east punjab holdings (consolidation and prevention of fragmentation) act l of 1948. it is no doubt open to the legislature to achieve this object by suitable enactment, but, as at ..... officer in the instant matter were beyond the scope of his power as envisaged by section 18(c) of the east punjab holdings (consolidation and prevention of fragmentation) act (no. l of 1948); and(ii) whether the said assignments contravened and were repugnant to the provisions of article 31 ..... be quashed and proceedings for repetition, in pursuance of the consolidation might be stayed ad interim. the petition was against four respondents the state of punjab through the director of consolidation. jullundur, the settlement officer, consolidation, ambala, the consolidation officer and the assistant consolidation officer, kharar. all the ..... the preamble is 'a key to open the minds of the makers of the act, and the mischiefs which they intended to redress' (vide stowell v. zouch, 1562 plowd 369, cited with approval by lord halsbury in income-tax special purposes commrs. v. pemsel, 1891 ac 531 (543)).(24) the .....

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Nov 04 1959 (HC)

Pearl Insurance Co. Vs. Atma Ram

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Nov-04-1959

Reported in : AIR1960P& H236

..... has been adopted by kapur j. in the ruby general insurance co. ltd. v. bharat bank ltd., air 1950 ep 352 and by mehar singh j. in the punjab national bank ltd. v. american insurance co. ltd., f. a. f. o. no. 167 of 1955. the saurashtra high court while considering the effect of section ..... and the powers conferred not being affected by the question of residence in england. in a recent decision in dewa singh v. lal singh, ilr (1958) punjab 2009: (air 1959 punj 601) bhandari c. j. and chopra j. had to consider whether a letters patent appeal lay under section 52 of pepsu ordinance no ..... settled rules of interpretation. emphasis have been laid by the learned counsel for the appellant company on the marginal note to section 36 also. in commr. of income-tax, bombay v. ahmedbhai umerbhia and co. 1950 scr 335 at p. 353: (air 1950 sc 134 at p. 141) it has been laid down that ..... and industrial co. ltd., (1957) 59 pun lr 1: (s) air 1956 sc 614). the following observations are pertinent:'now, the displaced persons (debts adjustment) act is one of the statutory measure meant for relief and rehabilitation of the displaced person. it is meant for a temporary situation brought about by unprecedented circumstances. it is ..... . x of 2005 bk against the decision of a single judge passed in the exercise of revisional jurisdiction of the high court.the section as it stood did not make any .....

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Mar 06 1959 (HC)

Tilakram Rambaksh Vs. Bank of Patiala and ors.

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Mar-06-1959

Reported in : AIR1959P& H440

..... that it arbitrarily discriminates between the patiala state bank and private banks doing similar business; and (2) that since the merger of pepsu and punjab the act is applicable to only a part of the state and there is thus distinction made between two parts of the same state for which there ..... all banks must be treated alike.11. the second ground is more strenuously pressed. the argument is that although before the merger of punjab and pepsu this particular act may have been constitutionally sound, it has now ceased to be so because it operates only in a part of the new state ..... the patiala state became the laws for pepsu. one of these laws was the patiala recovery of state dues act. an ordinance (xvi of 2005 bk.) very similar to no. 1 of 2005 bk. was subsequently promulgated by the rajpramukh making small changes in the previous ordinance, in the meantime it became ..... constituent assembly, but any such ordinance may be controlled or superseded by any such act.'the ruler of patiala was made the rajpramukh and immediately after the formation of the union he promulgated ordinance i of 2005, dated 20-8-1948. the ordinance provided among other things that:'as soon as ..... the administration of any covenanting state has been taken over by the rajpramukh as aforesaid, all laws, ordinances, acts, rules, regulations, notifications, hidayats and firmans-i-shahi .....

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Aug 28 1959 (HC)

State of Rajasthan Vs. Madanswarup and anr.

Court : Rajasthan

Decided on : Aug-28-1959

Reported in : AIR1960Raj138

..... and the rulers of certain states including jind entered into a covenant for the merger of their territories into one state called the patiala and east punjab states union. article 6 of that covenant is almost identical with the covenant we are called upon to consider in these cases. it was in ..... the laws of the patiala state had been made to apply immediately on the coming into existence of the new state, the rajpramukh of rajasthan had acted exactly in the reverse manner, and by the rajasthan administration ordinance (no. 1) of 1949 promulgated that all the laws in force in any ..... of independent states, by which they gave up their sovereignty over their respective territories and vested it in the ruler of a new state.the expression 'act of state' is, it is scarcely necessary to say. not limited to hostile action between rulers resulting in the occupation of territories. it includes all ..... intention was to affirm the concessions in clause (23) of ex. a. but the act of the new sovereign immediately after he became in titulo was the application of the patiala state laws including the patiala income-tax. act to the territories of jind involving negation of those rights . ..... the appellant has failed ..... is in whole and in parts an act of state, that article vi therein does not operate to confer any rights cm the subjects of the covenanting states as against the sovereign of the new state constituted thereunder and that ordinance no. 1 of sm. 2005 is. in consequence not open to attack .....

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Aug 14 1959 (HC)

S. Hardial Singh Vs. State of Pepsu

Court : Punjab and Haryana

Decided on : Aug-14-1959

Reported in : AIR1960P& H644

..... of his sovereign powers to the appellant who was related to him. the state of nabha subsequently came to be merged in the patiala and east punjab states union when proceedings were taken to eject the appellant from this property. the present suit was brought for a declaration that the grant could ..... 447) is fully applicable in the instant case, where also the repudiation of grant had taken place after the formation of the patiala and east punjab states union and even after the constitution of india had been in force granting equal rights of citizenship to all the subjects of the union of india ..... was taken over by the rajpramukh of pepsu on 20th august, 1948 on which date pepsu administration ordinance no. 1 of samvat 2005 was promulgated in pursuance of which all laws, ordinances, acts, rules, regulations, notifications, hidayat firmani-shahi, having force of law in patiala state on the date of commencement of this ..... state shall devolve on the union and shall be discharged by it'. a similar contention had been raised in the recent supreme court authority, of income-tax, air 1958 sc 816, and it was found untenable.(4) no doubt 'law; in a broad sense consists of the principles or rules of human ..... . the repudiation could be justified only as an act of state which could be exercised by a sovereign power alone over the subjects of another such power during the course of acquisition of territories or .....

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