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Feb 02 1970 (SC)

Champa Kumari Singhi and ors. Vs. the Member, Board of Revenue, West B ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Feb-02-1970

Reported in : AIR1970SC1108; [1970]78ITR74(SC); (1970)1SCC405; [1970]3SCR467

order28. in accordance with the opinion of the majority, civil appeals nos. 564, 566, 568 and 570 of 1966 (arising from the common judgment and order of the division bench of the calcutta high court, december 10, 1963) are dismissed with costs. the other appeals are also dismissed as infructuous with no separate order as to costs.

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Sep 18 1970 (SC)

Munshi Ram Vs. Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Sep-18-1970

Reported in : (1972)3SCC866

s.m. sikri, j.1. this appeal by special leave is directed against the judgment of the punjab high court (circuit bench) at new delhi, in letters patent appeal, whereby the high court dismissed the appeal of munshi ram, appellant. this appeal arises from a suit filed by munshi ram against the union of india and three others, claiming that a decree for rs. 4178. 58 be passed in favour of the plaintiff against the defendants. it was alleged in the plaint that a. shankar lai &co.;, bombay booked a consignment of 180 begs of potatoes of first class quality (emphazis. supplied) from bombay to new delhi by a railway receipt dated the 9th november, 1959, consigned to self. the railway receipt was endorsed in favour of the plaintiff. the consignment instead of reaching delhi on or about 15. 11. 59 reached on 2. 12. 59 the contents were to a very great extent damaged, foul smell was coming out of it and the potatoes, according to the plaintiff, became unfit for human consumption. the plaintiff alleged that he sorted out sound or slightly damaged potatoes, refilled them in 92 bags and look the delivery of these 92 bags only, leaving the rest according to the instructions given in writing by the goods suppervisor. then it was claimed that if the consignment had reached in sound condition and in time it would have fetched rs. 7873. 62 n. p. but as the plaintiff could get only rs. 3694. 62. n. p. out of the sale of 92 bags, he had suffered a loss of rs. 4178. 58 n p simply due to the .....

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Jul 20 1970 (SC)

Nanik Awatrai Chainani Vs. the Union of India (Uoi)

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jul-20-1970

Reported in : (1970)2SCC321; [1971]1SCR650

i.d. dua, j.1. in this appeal by special leave the appellant who has appeared in person challenges the order of a learned single judge of the gujarat high court (shelat j.) dismissing in limine criminal revision against the order of the sessions judge dated october 4, 1969 dismissing the appellant's revision from the order of the judicial magistrate, kalol dated august 30, 1969 granting the application of the railway administration under section 138 of the indian railways act and directing the p.s.i. railways at sabarmati who is also the p.s.i. railways at kalol to secure possession of the stalls in question from the appellant to the railway administration or to the person appointed by the administration in that behalf.2. the appellant had, on february 9, 1964, entered into an agreement with the railway administration by means of which he was allotted a tea table (hereafter described as tea stall) at kalol railway station. this agreement came into force from may 18, 1964 and subject to the provisions for earlier termination was to remain in force for three years. by a similar agreement dated february 20, 1965 the appellant was allotted a refreshment stall at the same railway station for a period of three years subject to the provision for earlier termination similar to the first agreement. in both the agreements the appellant was described as the licensee. under these agreements the terms of which are identical the appellant was to run the two stalls in accordance with the .....

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Apr 02 1970 (SC)

Vallabh Das Vs. Madan Lal and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Apr-02-1970

Reported in : AIR1970SC987; (1971)73BOMLR906; (1970)1SCC761; [1977]1SCR211

k.s. hegde, j.1. one prem sukh was the owner of the suite properties. parvatibai was his wife they had no children. prem sukh gifted some of his properties to his wife on june 14, 1943. dr. madan lal's (1st respondent in this appeal) case is that prem sukh adopted him on july 12, 1943. thereafter it is said that prem sukh adopted on april 10, 1946, the appellant vallabh das. on april 29, 1946, dr. madan lal instituted a suit for a declaration that he is the adopted son of prem sukh and for partition and possession of his share in the family properties. prem sukh denied the adoption pleaded by dr. madan lal. on the other hand he alleged that vallabh das was his adopted son. in view of that allegation, vallabh das was added as a supplemental defendant in that suit. no relief was claimed against him. during the pendency of that suit prem sukh died. thereafter dr. madan lal moved the court to withdraw the suit. he was permitted to withdraw the same with liberty to file a fresh suit on the same cause of action on condition that he pays the defendants' costs of that suit before instituting a fresh suit. thereafter parvatibai bequeathed her properties to dr. madan lal and died soon after. the suit from which this appeal arises was brought on november 29, 1951 even before the costs of vallabh das (the appellant herein) in the previous suit had been paid. vallabh das resisted the suit on various grounds. he contended that dr. madan lal was not adopted by prem sukh: even if he had been .....

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Jan 13 1970 (HC)

The State of Mysore Vs. A. Vamana

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jan-13-1970

Reported in : [1973]32STC520(Kar)

ordergovinda bhat, j.1. this is a sales tax revision petition preferred by the state under section 23(1) of the mysore sales tax act, 1957, against the order of the sales tax appellate tribunal in s.t.a. no. 160 of 1968. the respondent, who is the assessee, is a firm registered under the mysore sales tax act, 1957, as a dealer and was carrying on the business of retreading tyres. the assessee was authorised to purchase certain goods for resale under the central sales tax act, 1956. the assessee, during the assessment year 1962-63, used the said articles for retreading tyres which, according to the assessing authority, amounts to a works contract and is not in the nature of manufacture. therefore, a show cause notice was issued proposing to levy a penalty of rs. 2,452.10 since, in the opinion of the assessing authority, the assessee had not made use of the materials for the purpose of manufacture. the assessee appeared before the assessing authority and filed written objections. after hearing the assessee, the assessing authority imposed a penalty as provided under section 10-a of the central sales tax act. against the said order, the assessee preferred an appeal to the assistant commissioner of commercial taxes, south kanara and coorg district, mangalore, and the said appeal was dismissed. against the said order, the assessee preferred an appeal to the sales tax appellate tribunal, which by its order dated 23rd december, 1968, allowed the appeal holding that there was .....

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Nov 06 1970 (HC)

Danagouda Ningangouda Vs. Basappa Fakeerappa and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Nov-06-1970

Reported in : AIR1971Kant78; AIR1971Mys78

narayana pai, c.j.1. the petitioner, who was a successful candidate at an election to the taluk development board of kushtagi, was a respondent in an election petition questioning or challenging his election. the petition was presented to the munsiff at kustagi under section 106 of the mysore village panchayats and local boards act, 1959. the munsiff dismissed the petition for default of appearance of the election petitioner on the 14th of august, 1969. on the 19th of the same month an application was made for restoration of the petition. it was restored by an order of the munsiff dated the 2nd day of september, 1969, reading as follows:--'heard advocates on both sides. for the reasons stated in the affidavit, in the interest of justice the order of dismissal is hereby set aside on payment of costs to respondents nos. 3 and 4 of rs. 20/- by petitioner in this case.' respondent 4 is the present petitioner, the record also shows that respondents 1 and 2 (in the election petition) has no objection and what is described as an objection petition filed by respondents 3 and 4 in the munsiffs court was not supported by any affidavit.2. an appeal to the district judge, ralchur, by the present petitioner has also been dismissed.3. the point urged on behalf of the petitioner by mr. swami is that the munsif, though a persona designate has the power of dismissing an election petition for default of appearance, but once he does so, he becomes functus officio and has no further power to .....

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