Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : (2003)134PLR613
..... act it was enacted to provide for the setting up of a board for the purpose of regulation and development of drinking water supply and sewerage in the state of punjab. the powers and functions of ..... the board are mentioned in sections 18 and 19 ..... meaning of clause (j) of section 2 of the act and, therefore, the reference made to the labour court was invalid and that the labour court had no jurisdiction to adjudicate upon the dispute. petitioner is the punjab water supply and sewerage board which is a statutory body constituted under the punjab water supply and sewerage board act, 1976 (punjab act no. 28 of 1976) (hereinafter called the 1976 act). as is clear from the preamble to this .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : (1997)115PLR151
..... the land was selected for disposal work by the committee consisting of the chief engineer. punjab water supply & sewerage board, superintending engineer and executive engineer, punjab water supply and sewerage board, jalandhar. it is pointed in the report aforesaid that it is suitable by taking into consideration the master sewerage scheme of goraya town which was sanctioned during the year 1986-87. in this report ..... of the work. further, it was clearly requested that considering the importance of the work, action under section 17 of the act should be taken. reference was also made to section 19(2) of the punjab water supply and sewerage board act, 1976. if notification, annexure p-5 is read now in the context of letter, annexure r-1, it would straight-away ..... be clear that while issuing notification under section 4 of the act, urgency of the matter was very such in the knowledge of the ..... was a hudco aided project by the punjab water and sewerage supply board. it is further mentioned that the punjab water and sewerage supply board had requested the state government to acquire the land on payment by the board. the last paragraph of the notification reads thus :-'further in exercise of the powers under the said act, the governor of punjab is pleased to direct that action under .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Supreme Court of India
Reported in : JT1990(4)SC184; (1991)99PLR458; 1990(2)SCALE785; 1991Supp(2)SCC753; Supp2SCR227; 1991(1)LC172(SC)
..... foot paths. another sum of rs. 1,12,217.24 had been spent for lighting of the streets. another sum of rs. 3 lakhs had been paid to the punjab water supply and sewerage board for sewerage purposes. thus, a sum of rs. 38,42,682.35 had already been spent for implementation of the scheme. several plots had already been sold in open auction. the ..... 1981 on the ground that they could not file objections against the scheme in terms of section 36 of the act till 5th may. 1976 as the notification was published in the punjab government gazette on 7th may, 14th may and 21st may, 1976. these writ petitions were allowed by order dated 25th february, 1982 and the sanctioned scheme notified under section 42 of ..... of about 60 acres of land at palani road. the lands of the respondents fell within the said area. on april 9, 1976 a notice under section 36 of the act was published in daily tribune inviting objections till 5th may, 1976. this notice was published in the three consecutive weeks of the said newspaper dated 9th april, 15th april and 23rd april ..... , 1976. the very notice of the said scheme was also published under section 36 of the said act in the punjab government gazette on three consecutive weeks i.e. 7th may, 14th may and 21st may, 1976 inviting objections till may 5, 1976 against the scheme framed. in accordance with the provisions of section .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Karnataka
..... the following decisions:i) 2006 air scw 743 shanti g.patel vs. state of maharashtraii) air 1988 sc 876 general officer, commanding-in-chief vs. subhash chandraiii) punjab water supply & sewarage board vs. ranjodh singh and ors. civil appeal nos.5632 with 5633/20065. per contra, sri vijay shankar, learned advocate general contends that the impugned rules do not take ..... law made by the state legislature or the government. section 421 empowers the government generally to make rules, regulations and bye-laws to carryout the purpose of kmc act, 1976. the impugned rules 2011 are made by the government by exercising power under section 421. therefore, the government of karnataka is having legislative competency to enact the ..... is to strengthen the grass root level urban democratic institutions. the impugned rules are contrary to the object of the constitution. further the impugned rules are contrary to act 1976. the exclusion of similarly situated bruhat bengaluru mahanagara palike (for short bbmp) from the operation of the impugned rules is discriminatory, arbitrary and unconstitutional. the impugned rules ..... state of karnataka governing the municipal administration. in order to bring all the municipal establishments under a single enactment the government of karnataka enacted karnataka municipal corporation act 1976 (for short kmc act). consequently the karnataka municipal corporation rules, 1977 came into force (for short rules 1977). rule 10 to 26 of chapter vi of rules 1977 deals .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Mumbai
Reported in : 2009(111)BomLR4191
..... scc 105, v) des raje etc. v. state of punjab and ors. reported in : air 1988 sc 1182, vi) the custodian of evacuee property v. smt. rabia bai reported in air 1976 2557, vii) shashikant govind maigaonkar v. state of maharashtra and ors. reported in 2003 (1) all m.r. 810 and viii) bangalore water supply & sewerage board v. a rajappa and ors. reported in : (1978 ..... labour court was confined only to 12 months preceding date of termination to decide the question of continuous service for the purpose of section 25-f of the industrial dispute act.it is an admitted position that the respondent was not regular employee by giving appointment letter. the labour court while adjudicating the reference, should not have travelled beyond the ..... several steps taken by the respondent, the office of the petitioner declined to accept the request. according to the learned counsel the petitioner have violated the provisions of industrial dispute act under section 25f. the petitioner have also not produced any kind of evidence before the labour court. the nature of work which was given to the respondent was of ..... employee to the respondent are made permanent by the petitioner as per the findings given by the labour court, therefore, the petitioner has clearly violated the provisions of industrial dispute act which are applicable to the irrigation department and more particularly in the case of the respondent. learned counsel further submitted that since the date of retrenchment, the respondent is jobless .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
..... ) of the punjab municipal corporation act, 1976 (act no.42 of 1976) and all other powers enabling me in this behalf, the governot of punjab is pleased to direct all municipal corporations in the state to start charging tariff with effect from 02.09.94 from industrial, commercial and institutional consumers who have their own source of water supply and discharge their sewage in the sewerage system of corporations ..... from industrial/commercial and institutional consumers who have their own independent source of water supply. the said notification reads as under: in continuation to notification issued vide tn/dcfa-dlg- 93/26311 dated 11th august, 1993 and in exercise of the powers conferred by section 90 of the punjab municipal corporation act, 1976 (punjab act 42 of 1986) and all other powers enabling him in this behalf ..... the effluent outlet. in case the industries have not obtained the consent of punjab pollution control board then above rates may be doubled. learned counsel for the petitioner vehemently argued that the state government has imposed tax without following the proper procedure prescribed under the punjab municipal corporation act, 1976 (for short the 'act').therefore, the levy is illegal. reliance is placed upon a division bench .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Orissa
Reported in : (1995)ILLJ470Ori
..... petitioner, not an iota of material was placed before the tribunal in support of the said stand. the tribunal, 2 therefore, following the decision of the supreme court in bangalore water supply and sewerage board v. a. rajappa (1978-i-llj-349) and taking judicial notice of the fact that tolls and taxes are collected over the bridges constructed by the national highways division ..... the instant case he held to be erroneous. the answer must be in the negative. what activities would constitute an industry has been settled by the apex court in bangalore water supply's case, (supra). in that case, it has been laid down by the supreme court that the regal functions described as primary and inalienable functions of the state would not ..... irrigation department of the state of punjab is an industry within the meaning of section 2(j) of the act. in the supreme court cases referred to above, several reports had been produced to give 'a full picture of the activities of the irrigation department. applying the decision laid down by the supreme court in the bangalore water supply's case, (supra) and considering ..... referred to as 'the act'), referred the following dispute for adjudication of the industrial tribunal:'whether the action of the executive engineer, n.h. division, baripada, in terminating the services of sri parakshita behera and 37 others with effect from september 27, 1989, initially working as n.m.rs. from the year 1976 and subsequently made d.j.l.rs. from the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : AIR2001P& H309
..... . the petitioner alleges that 'from the date of allotment till today, no amenities such as roads, water supply, sewerage, drainage, landscaping and otherpublic utility services have been provided'. he has 'paid the entire premium....' since 'the amenities prescribed under the act and necessary for the proper use of the site have not been made available at the site from ..... should be dismissed.23. the legislature had enacted the capital of punjab (development and regulation) act, 1952. this act was promulgated for 'the development and regulation of the new capital of punjab' viz. chandigarh. section 2 of the act inter alia provides that the 'amenity' shall include 'roads, water supply, street lighting, drainage, sewerage, public building, horticulture land escaping and any other public utility ..... 1994 to authorise the chief administrator to apply to chandigarh or any part thereof 'with such adaptations and modifications....all or any of the. provisions of the punjab municipal corporation act, 1976 in so far as such provisions are applicable to chandigarh'. when there is a breach of the conditions of transfer in the matter of paying the consideration money ..... the special situation of sector 41 namely the absence of metalled approach road and the carrying on of illegal business activities by the habitants of the colony of housing board, the allottees in cwp no. 4655 of 1993 have been deprived of the opportunity to make use of the buildings constructed by them. we find some substance .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : (2006)144PLR338
..... existence from the time immemorial. the site is open chowk. reserved for parking of the vehicles for the purposes of octroi. there is a water supply and sewerage line under the shops which the plaintiffs are said to have constructed recently under the garb of status quo order issued by the court. still ..... receipt of the application. as per the plaintiffs the plan is deemed to have been sanctioned in terms of the provisions of the punjab municipal act 1911 (for short 'the act'). the plaintiffs started raising construction according to such plans on 20.1.1988 which was completed by june 1990 but after more ..... municipality. the first appellate court has found that the best evidence was the documents of purchase for material of constructions; date of application for obtaining water and electricity connections; and the bills of electricity. since the best evidence has been withheld the oral evidence cannot be accepted.7. i do not ..... within the town planning scheme no. 7 sanctioned by the state government vide notification dated 15.6.1967. revised scheme was also published on 5.5.1976. under the town planning scheme the disputed site is a municipal property i.e. a chowk as is clear from the site plan of the ..... of the municipality inspected the civil work by digging foundation of 11 shops. on their report notice under section 195 and 195-a of the act was issued on the same date. the plaintiffs under the status quo order granted on 9.3.1996 raised illegal construction by encroaching upon the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Punjab and Haryana
Reported in : AIR1995P& H116
..... writ petition. by this order, the directions were issued to the effect that the revision of water rates and sewerage charges may be implemented by each committee/ corporations by following the relevant provisions contained in punjab municipal act,1911 and punjab municipal corporation act, 1976'. on may 8, 1993, the executive officer of the notified area committee, s.a.s. nagar conveyed ..... the government of punjab issued an order imposing the sewerage cess @ rs. 4/- per w.c. per month with effect from dec. 1, 1990. a copy of this order has been produced as annexure p. 8 with the writ petition. on the same day, the government issued another order providing that 'the rates of charges of metered water supply .....' shall be raised ..... to re. 1 per kilo litre for residential use. thereafter on march, 10, 1993, the government issued instructions to various municipalities and corporations conveying the revised rate for water supply and sewerage. the revised tariff for water was fixed at rs. 1.20 per kilo-litre and ..... sewerage cess was raised to rs. 10.00. a copy of this order has been produced, as annexure p.18 with the .....Tag this Judgment!