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  • 1967 (1) TMI 84

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    ... ... point taken before us was a debatable point and we do not think that we should be justified in awarding costs in favour of the assessee in the instant case. We, therefore, make no order as to costs. MASUD J.--I agree. Questions answered accordingly.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 83

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    ... ... The Punjab High Court in Fatta v. The State (A.I.R. 1964 Pun. 351) and the -Allahabad High Court in Ali Ullah v. The State ( 1963 1 Cr. L.J. 66) also expressed a similar view. In the result the appeal fails and is dismissed. V.P.S. Appeal dismissed.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 82

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    ... ... on of emergency under Art. 352 no immunity from the process of the Court could be claimed under- Art. 358 of the Constitution, since the Order was not supported by any valid legislation. The appeal therefore fails and is dismissed. Appeal dismissed.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 81

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    ... ... order dated August 25, 1955, and direct the Central Government to fix the year of allotment and seniority of the appellant in accordance ,with this judgment and the law. The respondent will pay costs of the appellant in this appeal. Appeal allowed.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 80

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    ... ... Tribunal are perverse. Accordingly, we answer the question in the affirmative and against the assesseecompany. The assessee-company shall pay the costs of this reference to the respondent. BANERJEE J.--I agree. Question answered in the affirmative.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 79

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    ... ... , c. 865 ." For these reasons we hold that the High Court was right in holding that no case was made out for the issue of a writ of mandamus to the Election Commission and this appeal must be accordingly dismissed with costs - Appeal dismissed.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 78

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    ... ... awn from that evidence. For these reasons I would dismiss this appeal. Appeal dismissed. Solicitors Solicitor of Inland Revenue; William A. Crump & Son for Morton, Smart, MacDonald & Milligan, Edinburgh, and L. Mackinnon & Son, Aberdeen.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 77

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    ... ... sis that there has been no such delegation, by the Minister, under the Standing Orders made by him. The result is, that the appeals fail and are dismissed with costs of the respondents, one' set in Civil Appeal No. 216 of 1964. Appeals dismissed


  • 1967 (1) TMI 76

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    ... ... nd as such was allowable under section 10(2)(xv) of the Indian Income-tax Act. We answer questions Nos. 2 and 3 in the affirmative. The respondent, Commissioner of Income-tax, is to pay the costs of this reference to the assessee. MASUD J.--I agree.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 75

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    ... ... allow the petition and quash the notice dated 23rd January, 1963, and prohibit the respondent from making any order of reassessment upon that notice. The respondent to pay the petitioner's costs quantified at ₹ 2,000. 81. Petition allowed


  • 1967 (1) TMI 74

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    ... ... provisos to the rule enacted by the State Government must therefore be deemed to be invalid as infringing the guarantee under Art. 301 on the freedom of trade, commerce and intercourse. The appeal fails and is dismissed with costs. Appeal dismissed.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 72

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    ... ... en referred to us our answer to the question is in the affirmative and in favour of the department and against the assessee. The assessee shall pay to the department a sum of Rs. 100 by way of costs of this reference. Reference answered accordingly.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 71

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    ... ... e further question raised earlier as to whether, in the absence of a completed assessment, a notice for prosecution for non-submission of a return under section 45(2)(a) can be maintained or not. There will be no order as to costs. Petition allowed.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 70

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    ... ... proceedings against the petitioners in respect of this assessment order. We may, however, make it clear that if the respondents could take any other proceedings according to law against the petitioners, they will be free to do so. Petition allowed.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 69

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    ... ... is answered in the negative and against the department. The reference is answered accordingly. The department will pay the costs of this reference which we assess at Rs. 100. Counsel s fee is also assessed at Rs. 100. Reference answered accordingly.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 68

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    ... ... is answered in the negative and against the department. The reference is answered accordingly. The department will pay the costs of this reference which we assess at Rs. 100. Counsel s fee is also assessed at Rs. 100. Reference answered accordingly.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 67

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    ... ... t shall defer selling the attached lorry for a period of three months from today, to await the orders of the civil court in a suit that might be filed by the petitioner for appropriate reliefs. There will be no order as to costs. Petition dismissed.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 66

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    ... ... g officer, he has got to make the assessment only on the basis of such return and not on the basis of the provisional returns. On that view, no interference is called for with the order of the Tribunal. The tax case is dismissed. Petition dismissed.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 65

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    ... ... f the value of Rs. 1,50,386-2-9 to persons outside the State did not fall under the Explanation to Article 286(1) of the Constitution. The assessee shall pay costs of this reference. Counsel s fee is fixed at Rs. 150. Reference answered accordingly.


  • 1967 (1) TMI 64

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    ... ... vided under Article 226 of the Constitution. The Sales Tax Authorities are certainly entitled to reopen the assessment for the period in question. The petitions are allowed and the rule nisi is made absolute. No order as to costs. Petitions allowed.


 
 
 
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