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  • 1975 (2) TMI 117

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    ... ... e appropriate applications in the High Court. The costs of this litigation in the High Court as well as in this Court will abide the result. The appellant will continue to function as an elected member subject to the result of the Election Petition.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 116

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    ... ... nt ground. The question embraced by the references is answered accordingly. The revision petitions (Nos. 158/74, 9/74, 189/74) and the Criminal Miscellaneous (Main) (No. 99 of 1974) should now be put up before the learned Single Judges for disposal.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 115

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    ... ... vestigation as if he is police officer. We hope that the Parliament would take appropriate measures to suitably amend the law in the near future. 30. For the reasons aforementioned, there is no merit in these appeals which are dismissed accordingly.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 114

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    ... ... udgment of the High Court and reverse the decree for eviction passed against the appellant. The suit filed by the respondents against the appellant. will stand dismissed. The respondents will pay the costs of the appellant throughout.Appeal allowed.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 113

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    ... ... ourt is helpless. In our judgment, therefore, none of the contentions raised on behalf of the appellant is fit to be accepted as sound. The appeal fails and is dismissed. But in the circumstances we shall make no order as to costs. Appeal dismissed.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 112

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    ... ... s been affirmed by the Rent Control Tribunal in the appellate order. In second appeal under the Act, it is beyond the jurisdiction of this court to interfere with the exercise .of discretion by the Courts below who have exerised it according to law.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 111

    Whether an order for removal from service contrary to regulations framed under the Oil and Natural Gas Commission Act, 1959; the Industrial Finance Corporation Act, 1948; and the Life Insurance Corporation Act, 1956 would enable the employees to a declaration against the statutory corporation of continuance in service or would only give rise to a claim for damages? - Whether an employee of a statutory corporation is entitled to claim protection o....... + More


  • 1975 (2) TMI 110

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    ... ... il then he shall not proceed with the recovery proceedings. With the above observations, we dismiss the writ petition. A copy of this order may be given to the learned counsel for the petitioner today on payment of usual charges. Petition dismissed.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 109

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    ... ... This submission of Mr. Shah must also, therefore, be rejected. In the result, we answer both the questions referred to us in the affirmative. The applicant to pay to the respondents the costs of this reference. Reference answered in the affirmative.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 108

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    ... ... cate for the petitioner I direct that the respondents will remain restrained for a period of 8 (eight) weeks hence from communicating the assessment order or from serving demand notices in respect of the year ending March, 1971. Petitions dismissed.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 107

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    ... ... ts the costs of both these references. The fee of Rs. 100 paid by the applicants in each of the two references under sub-section (1) of section 34 of the Bombay Sales Tax Act, 1953, will be refunded to the applicants. Reference answered accordingly.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 106

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    ... ... ish comes within the meaning of the word varnish and, as such, liable to be assessed at the rate provided under the Second Schedule to the Act, at item No. 97. Accordingly, this revision petition fails and is dismissed. No costs. Petition dismissed.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 105

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    ... ... mount to sales within the meaning of the said term in the said Act. In the result, the question referred to us is answered in the affirmative. The applicant to pay to the respondent the costs of this reference. Reference answered in the affirmative.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 104

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    ... ... under entry No. 12 of Schedule A to the Bombay Sales Tax Act, 1959. Accordingly, we answer the question submitted to us in the affirmative. The applicant will pay to the respondents the costs of this reference. Reference answered in the affirmative.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 103

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    ... ... ntion of Mr. Andhyarujina in this regard must be rejected. In the result, the question referred to us must be answered in the affirmative. As the respondent has not appeared, there will be no order as to costs. Reference answered in the affirmative.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 102

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    ... ... ufacture within the purview of section 2(17) of the said Act. In the result, the question referred to us must be answered in the affirmative. The applicant to pay to the respondents the costs of this reference. Reference answered in the affirmative.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 101

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    ... ... ion referred to us must be answered in the affirmative. The applicant must pay to the respondents the costs of the reference in S.T.R. No. 48 of 1969. There will be no order as to costs in S.T.R. No. 4 of 1974. Reference answered in the affirmative.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 100

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    ... ... would be eating houses. In the result, we answer the question, as reframed by us above with the consent of the counsel, in the affirmative. The applicant will pay to the respondents the costs of this reference. Reference answered in the affirmative.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 99

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    ... ... Tribunal erred in holding that the said dock charges should be excluded while levying tax on the taxable turnover of the respondent. The respondent to pay to the applicant the costs of this reference fixed at Rs. 250. Reference answered accordingly.


  • 1975 (2) TMI 98

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    ... ... ance with the amending Act until the State Government again by notification reduced the rate of sales tax to 4 per cent with effect from 1st July, 1974. Hence, there is no substance in this petition and it is dismissed. No costs. Petition dismissed.


 
 
 
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