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Apr 29 2014 (HC)

1.B.Rajendran Vs. 1. State Rep. by Principal Secretary to Government2. ...

Court : Chennai

..... , only with a view to amend and consolidate the law relating to the administration and governance of hindu religious and charitable institutions and endowments in the state of tamil nadu. the act was actually a successor to several previous enactments, the earliest of which was the madras endowments and escheats regulation no.vii of 1817. it was repealed by act xx of 1863. the ..... separate, unique and different pedestal and hence, the government is not entitled to fall back upon rule 45 of the general rules for the tamil nadu state and subordinate services, when the issue is already covered by statutory provisions. (iii) even if rule 45 can be invoked, two essential conditions should be satisfied as per fundamental rule 56(1)(a) namely,(a) extra ..... methods of appointment to the post of commissioner. they are: (i) by transfer from among the members of the tamil nadu state higher judicial service or the tamil nadu state judicial service or of any other service, (ii) by promotion from additional commissioner, and (iii) by direct recruitment. 15.therefore, the position that the post of joint commissioner is a feeder category post only to ..... unjustified. in support of the above contention, learned counsel for the appellants rely upon the decision of the division bench of this court in state government of tamil nadu and another vs.k.vijayakumar, 2006-3-l.w.133.52. but at the outset, it should be pointed out that fundamental rule 56(1) deals with retirement on superannuation and the extension of .....

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Jan 29 1988 (HC)

Philo Peter and anr. Vs. Divyanathan and ors.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR1989Mad111; (1988)IIMLJ1

..... (k) of schedule ii of the tamil nadu court-fees and suits valuation act, 1955, which provides as follows-__________________________________________________________________particulars proper fee__________________________________________________________________(k) (i)application for probateor letters of administration to have effect throughout indiatwenty five rupees(ii)application for probateor lettersof administration not falling under clause (i)seventy five paise(1)if the value of the estate does not exceed rs. 1000 seventy five ..... are vested in him in relation to any civil suit. section 288 lays down that the proceedings of the court of the district judge shall, save as otherwie provided, be regulated, so far as the circumstances of the case permit, by the civil procedure code. a proceeding for probate is initiated by the presentation of an application in that behalf. what are the ..... impliedly entered. finding that there is an apparent conflict between these decisions, the present reference was made to solve the said conflict. that is how the matter comes before us.3. before considering the legal position emerging out of the above said decisions, it is necessary to take notice of the relevant provisions in the succession act, 1925. section 266 of .....

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Aug 13 2013 (HC)

Madura Coats Ltd Vs. Tamil Nadu Electricity Board

Court : Chennai

..... mention that this court, by its order dated 18.04.1995 in w.p.no.6397 of 1989 and others in the matter of tea estates india ltd. vs.tamil nadu electricity board has held:- ".if segregation is possible, only the excess alone should be charged under the higher rates. segregation can no doubt ..... wing of tirunelveli circle have inspected premises of the petitioner and offered their reports as per the guidelines issued in the bpms (fb) no.35, administrative branch dated 22.07.1988.22. the respondent submits that anti power theft squad commenced inspection after notice in writing. the petitioner has been properly informed ..... account the views of the confederation of engineering industry - chamber of commerce classifying the loads that may be billed under lighting and non-industrial loads for regulating the claims. for deciding the tariff applicable the following classification of loads has been ordered:- 1) total industrial load 'a' 2) lighting and non ..... after 03.05.1989, in areas other than the madras metropolitan areas were entitled to concessional tariff for the first three years.3. the tamil nadu government by g.o.ms.no.2341-pwd, dated 29.11.1982 introduced certain amendments with effect from 01.12.1982 to the schedule ..... -industrial which are metered only along with 'a' and not through one one more sub-meters if any 'b' 3) total lighting and non-industrial lands which are metered through one or more sub-meters if any 'c' 4) purely domestic load 'd' 20. the .....

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Apr 15 1982 (SC)

K. Rajendran and ors. Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1982SC1107; 1982LabIC876; (1982)IILLJ259SC; 1982(1)SCALE342; (1982)2SCC273; [1982]3SCR628; 1982(1)SLJ604(SC); 1982(14)LC445(SC)

..... different village officers) appointed under the madras act ii of 1894, the madras act iii of 1895, the board's standing orders, the tamil nadu village service rules, 1970 officers kuvalar, or any other law but does not include, grama kavalar grama paniyalar and pasana kavalar. village administrative officer means an officer appointed under section 4(1) of the act. by section ..... chief karnam and additional village karnam) or triune officer appointed under(i) the madras proprietary estates') village service act, 1894 (madras act ii of 1894) or the madras hereditary village offices act, 1895 (madras act iii of 1895); (ii) the board's standing orders ; (iii) the tamil nadu village officers service rules, 1970 or any other rules made under the proviso to article ..... summary punishment of misconduct or neglect of duty on their part and generally for securing their efficiency. the madras hereditary village offices act, 1895 (madras act no. iii of 1895) regulated the succession to certain other hereditary village offices in the presidency of madras; for the hearing and disposal of claims to such offices or the emoluments annexed thereto; ..... in his work. by the end of the nineteenth century, two acts were brought into force in the presidency of madras for the purpose of regulating the work of some of the village officers. the madras proprietary estates'village service act, 1894 (madras act no. ii of 1894) dealt with three classes of village officers viz. village accountants, village headmen .....

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Nov 24 2003 (SC)

R. Sai Bharathi Vs. J. Jayalalitha and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : 2004CriLJ286; 2003(4)CTC577; JT2003(9)SC343; 2003(10)SCALE68b; (2004)2SCC9

..... to tamil nadu co-operative sugar federation, the value of a ground was fixed at rs. 3 lakhs by the collector, madras. it could be seen from ex.d-20 which is a letter written by the collector to the commissioner of land administration to the effect that the maximum sale value in the village in block no. 5 of thiru.vi.ka.industrial estate ..... mean that the law as ordinarily understood, that is to say, an enacted law or a rule or regulation framed under such law but not an executive order which confers no rights on anybody nor sets down legally enforceable obligations. the rules and administrative instructions governing the public servants holding the civil post have undisputedly no application in this case. the law ..... statutory, courts will not enforce them.'53. at paragraph 50, it was further observed-'(i) there is no provision in the constitution, nor is there any provision of law which regulates the conduct of a minister--which expression includes chief minister and prime minister. there is also no constitutional or statutory provision prohibiting a minister from engaging himself in any profession ..... it will be more advantageous to tansi to call for fresh tenders after parcelling out the land into industrial plots in accordance with the madras metropolitan development authority rules and regulations. on 30.4.1990 jaya publications, an unregistered partnership firm in which j. jayalalitha, accused no. 1, and sasikala, accused no. 2, were partners, purchased land adjacent to the tansi .....

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Sep 27 2013 (HC)

T.M.Prakash Vs. the District Collector

Court : Chennai

..... hut described below:2. i agree to pay for energy, service connection meter rent and other charges including security deposit as demanded in accordance with the regulations prescribed by tamil nadu electricity regulatory commission.3. i wish to be charged under tariff under schedule of the tnerc tariff order dated.4. i agree to receive supply only for 40 w lamp ..... the 1st petitioner was also informed that service connection could be effected to his premises, only if he obtains a ".no objection certificate". from the district administration.18. learned counsel for the tamil nadu electricity board further submitted that though the petitioner has stated in his affidavit that he has submitted a representation, dated 19.05.2012, to the district collector ..... the 1959 act provide inter alia the terms and conditions of appointment and scales of pay of the employees of the commission. the regulations containing the terms and conditions of appointment are imperative. the administrative instruction is the entering into contract with a particular person but the form and content of the contract is prescriptive and statutory.23. ..... on the authorities but also on the public.24. broadly stated, the distinction between rules and regulations on the one hand and administrative instructions on the other is that rules and regulations can be made only after reciting the source of power whereas administrative instructions are not issued after reciting source of power. second the executive power of a state is .....

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Sep 26 2018 (SC)

Justice k.s.puttaswamy(retd) Vs. Union of India

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... done or action was taken. 303. an elaborate consideration on deeming fiction was made by three judge bench of this court in state of karnataka vs. state of tamil nadu and others, (2017) 3 scc362 one of us, justice dipak misra, as he then was, speaking for the court in paragraphs 72 to 74: 72. the second limb of submission of ..... this notification, the client shall submit the aadhaar number and permanent account number by 31st december, 2017. (b) as per regulation 12 of the aadhaar (enrolment and update) regulations, 2016, the local authorities in the state governments or union-territory administrations have become or are in the process of becoming uidai registrars for aadhaar enrolment and are organising special aadhaar enrolment camps ..... of india, (2001) 2 scc386where r. v. oakes was referred to and relied upon; teri oat estates (p) ltd. v. u.t., chandigarh & ors., (2004) 2 scc130where the court stressed upon maintaining a proper balance between adverse effect which the legislation or the administrative order may have on the rights, liberties or interests of persons keeping in mind the purpose which ..... , the world's most popular media owner, creates no content. alibaba , the most valuable retailer, has no inventory. and airbnb , the world's largest accommodation provider, owns no real estate. something interesting is happening. [ tom goodwin the battle is for customer interface , .]. uber knows our whereabouts and the places we frequent. facebook at the least, knows who we are friends .....

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Dec 16 2013 (SC)

Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd. Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... mines and minerals (regulation and development) amendment act, 1972 . similarly, in inam estates whether the inamdar held the subsoil rights depended upon the terms on which the inam was originally granted. [see state of andhra pradesh vs. duvurru balaram reddy air1963sc64.19. consequent upon the abolition of estates and inams in the state of madras (present tamil nadu), by the statutes called ..... relevant for the purpose of the appeals before us are stated in the common counter affidavit filed by the state of tamil nadu in the various special leave petitions which eventually culminated in the present batch of appeals.[3].12. it is in the background of such pleadings without even precisely identifying the issues that are required to be examined ..... of 355 acres becomes incomprehensible.16. the expression ryotwari pattadar acquired a definite legal connotation in the erstwhile province of madras in british india where two parallel systems of revenue administration were in vogue. they were known as (1) the zamindari, and (2) the ryotwari systems. the zamindari system came to be initially introduced by lord cornwalis in ..... the said letter, the collectors called upon these cement companies to remit royalty and the dead rent at the rates prescribed under the mines and minerals (development and regulation) act[1]..3. challenging the abovementioned two proceedings, writ petitions were filed by the abovementioned cement companies with (we are sorry to say) wholly bald and vague assertions. to .....

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Jan 10 2005 (SC)

Board of Control for Cricket, India and anr. Vs. Netaji Cricket Club a ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR2005SC592; 2005(2)AWC1965(SC); JT2005(1)SC235; (2005)4SCC741; 2005(1)LC334(SC)

..... iii) of the rules. thus, in law the old board could continue, the appellants were not seriously prejudiced and in any event no emergent situation arose as had been projected before this court. 80. the board is a society registered under the tamil nadu societies registration act. it enjoys a monopoly status as regard regulation ..... order dated 11th october, 2004 staying the operation of the part of the order whereby mr. justice s. mohan was appointed as an interim administrator absolute leaving the parties to file such interim applications as may be necessary in the changed situation.110. however, keeping in view of the ..... would contend that the factual matrix obtaining therein was different and in the present case, there is no allegation of mis-management, malfunctioning or mal-administration nor any allegation has been made against mr. dalmia.79. when the matter was listed before this court on 11.10.2004, this court ..... 68. as regard functioning of the board, it was urged that the same being based on trust, the 'power and abuse' would bring into focus administrative law situation. reliance in this behalf has been placed on nagle v. feilden and ors. [1966 (2) qb 633 ] and st. johnstone football ..... 'ble mr. justice s. mohan, judge, supreme court (retired) shall be paid a remuneration of rs. 1,00,000/- per month apart from other administrative, travelling and incidental expenses, by the first respondent/ board. notice.'15. the slp (c) nos. 21820-22/2004 have been preferred by the appellants .....

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Jan 19 1996 (HC)

R. Kumar and 24 ors. Vs. the State of Tamil Nadu and ors.

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (1996)IILLJ1Mad; (1996)IMLJ393

..... by way of state amendment by the government of tamil nadu:'the official assignee, the deputy official assignee or assignees, if any, and all other officers and servants subordinate to the official assignee (other than those employed in estates under his administration) shall form part of the staff attached to ..... 1660-do-high courts.no.nomenclaturescale of pavqualification1.assistant registrar3000- 100-3500- 125-4500any degree with b.l.2.-do--do--do-3.section officer2000-60-2300-75-3200-1 00-3500any degree4.-do--do--do-5.-do--do--do-6.assistant sectionofficer1640-60-2600-75 ..... november 7, 1991 suggested to this court that the posts of office superintendent and chief clerk dividend department, are grouped under category 3 of class ii in he madras high court official assignee service. the post of chief accountant is grouped under category 4 of class ..... of both the services.ii) revision of scales of pay rules for madras high court services and madras high court official assignee service.iii) representation of the official assignee dated march 27, 1986 to the registrar, high court, madras.iv) representation made by the staff ..... 3. in exercise of the powers conferred under article 229(1)(2) of the constitution of india, the hon'ble chief justice of the madras high court, with the approval of the governor of tamil nadu, framed the rules relating to salaries, allowances, leave and pension of the madras high court service rules and the madras high court official assignee service rules, to regulate .....

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