Having regard to their original position in the village, they were. ” The learned Sessions Judge disbelieved the whole evidence and acquitted the accused. allotted in the year 1949 a, total area of 38 standard acres and 13 units of agricultural land. It is clear, therefore,that the conciliation proceedings stopped abruptly not because the Management was to blame for not granting leave to the five chosen representatives of the workmen, but because B.
He was of the opinion that the evidence produced by the prosecution was not ” free from suspicion and not sufficient to convict them “. 2 with a blunt weapon and both these injuries were grievous and were ” individually and collectively fatal sufficient to cause death. That was the substratum of challenge before the High Court where the Board failed to support and sustain its order and the 1st respondent succeeded in its assail and the contentions raised before this Court are fundamentally embedded on the said fulcrum.
” On scrutinizing these facts, the learned District Judge came to the conclusion that in respect of the sums due to him under the partition decree, directed to be paid from the estate -of the third Defendant’s branch as equitable adjustment, the appellant had really a superior title and, assuming for a moment that the direction related instead to a specific item of immovable property, it was obvious that such an item would not have formed part of the estate in insolvency at all.
In the result he held that the respondent was not entitled; to restitution in respect of the payments made and the appellant was clearly entitled to such amounts, and also to the amount then in deposit since the estate in insolvency did not itself comprise these assets in the strict legal sense. 403 of 1945, from Original Decree arising out of the judgment and decree dated August 14, 1945, of the Civil Judge Senior Division, Nasik, in Special Civil Suit No.
60 of 1933 to submit that “he was prepared to sell such parts of the estate as might be necessary for satisfying the decree passed in favour of the appellant. On their displacement, they were in the first instance temporarily allotted agricultural land in Sultanwind. According to the doctor’s evidence Shivlal was unconscious when he was brought to the hospital at SimranLaw 5 p. They were also co-sharers in a joint khata owned by some evacuees in village Sultanwind, a suburb of Amritsar in East Punjab.
m, He had 15 injuries on his Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu body, out of which 857 injury No. 60 of 1933 did not have the legal effect of creating a charge in favour of the appellant and the question whether the appellant was not entitled to priority in respect, of 782 his claim was not Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu concluded by that decision, since it depended upon the circumstances and situation of parties in the first litigation itself (i. 22 of 1924, Sub- Court, Kumbakonam and A. Even that application was made too late, and in the teeth of the terms of the Agreement, quoted above.
As the factual matrix uncurtains, the issuance of the said order compelled the 1st respondent to approach the High Court seeking its quashment principally on the ground that such a power has not been conferred by the Act and the Board, by framing the resolutions cannot arrogate such power to itself in the absence of Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu the source of power. /MMBTU for all the categories of consumers of natural gas Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu in a CGD Network. Datar, learned senior counsel, apart from many a provision, has also commended us to the objects and reasons of the Act to highlight the role of the Board as a regulator.
Chakravarty insisted that the leave application would not be made by individual workmen but only by the Union. 1 was with a sharp-edged weapon and injury No. (g) Network tariff means the weighted average unit rate of tariff (excluding statutory taxes and levies) in rupees per million British Thermal Units (Rs. 159-RB, Tahsil Jaranwala, District Lyallpur in Pakistan. In view Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu of the said submission, we think it apt to refer to the objects and reasons of the Act. All these five are displaced persons who owned land in the non-suburban village of Chak.
60 of 1933, High Court) and the reasons which then led the Official Receiver, who was present when the order was made in A. Appeal from the judgment and decree dated April 22, 1949, of the Bombay High Court, in Appeal No. It reads as follows:- An Act to provide for the establishment of Petroleum and Natural Gas Regulatory Board to regulate the refining, processing, storage, transportation, distribution, marketing and sale of petroleum, petroleum products and natural gas excluding production of crude oil and natural gas so as to protect the interests of consumers and entities engaged in specified activities relating to petroleum, petroleum products and natural gas and to ensure uninterrupted and adequate supply of petroleum, petroleum products and natural gas in all parts of the country and to promote competitive markets and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.
-This is an application under Art. 32 of the Constitution by the petitioners, Amar Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu and four others, in the following circumstances. The Judgment of the Court was delivered by JAGANNADHADAS J.