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by Numbers Fetherstonhaugh (2018-10-23)


Shah we have to address you as under:- That you were married to our client in or about April 1942 at Patan. He, accordingly, acquitted all the Advocates accused charged with this offence. The defendant's cousin's marriage was performed towards the end of June and she could have come back to her husband's place, soon Advocates thereafter' Her evidence is that after the marriage had been performed she was making preparations to go back to Bombay but her father detained her and asked her to await a letter from the plaintiff.

1, Sashi Mohan Debnath, accused No. The trial Judge delivered a charge to the jury which was favourable to the accused. The appellant Company and its workmen were parties to the proceedings but not the present Union, which was composed of the clerical and sub-staff. 16 and 17 of the Land Acquisition Act. The High Court did not accept the verdict of the jury with respect to the accused Manindra Debnath and Gouranga Debnath under s. On the other hand, ss.

201 against Manindra Debnath and Rohini Kumar Debnath and acquitted them. The trial Judge disagreed with this verdict and made a reference under s. Since the marriage you and our client lived together mostly in Bombay and son by name Kirit was born on or about the Advocates 10th day of September 1944 The defendant instead of getting an invitation from the plaintiff to 862 come back to the marital home received the solicitor's letter aforesaid, which, to say the least, was not calculated to bring the parties nearer.

147 of the Indian Penal 963 Code and under s. There were eight accused on trial in the Court of Session all of whom were charged under ss. 163 of 2007 is restored. 56 of the Provincial Insolvency Act (V of 1920) empowers the court at the time of the making of the order of adjudication or thereafter to appoint a receiver for Advocates the property of the insolvent and further provides that " such property shall thereupon vest in the receiver.

Four of them, namely, accused No. 3, Manindra Debnath and accused No. at 105) Typists 60-4-90 Steno-typists Comptometer 80-4-124 (E. 147 and 201 of the Indian Penal Code returned a unanimous verdict of guilty against the accused charged with these offences. 147 and 304/149 of the Indian Penal Code. The High Court accepted the reference in part and in agreement with the jury's verdict of guilty under ss. (Act I of 1894), provide that the property so acquired, upon the happening of (1)[1903] 1 Ch.

147 and 201 of the Indian Penal Code convicted the accused Sashi Mohan Debnath, Rajendra Debnath, Sudbanshu Kumar Debnath, Dinesh Chandra Debnath and Bonomali Das under s. The jury returned a unanimous verdict of not guilty under s. 11 of the Code of Civil Procedure does not in terms apply to such an award, its underlying principle which is founded on sound public policy and is of universal application must apply 60-2-90 Tracers 60-2-80 Clerks 60-4-124 (E. On 30-6-1948 the Tribunal passed an award, the terms whereof were, in general, less favourable to the employees than those fixed by the Bengal Chamber of Commerce and adopted by the Company on 1-10-1946 )60-4-88-2-100 Junior Draftsmen 92-4-124-2-134 Junior Estimatorsr Disputes then arose between Engineering Firms in the State of West Bengal and their employees as regards fixation of grades, wages and dearness allowance, and by a notification dated 31-10-1947 the Government referred them to the adjudication of the First Engineering Tribunal.

The jury, however, with respect to charges under ss. 19 of 2004 as affirmed by the Appellate Court in Regular Appeal No. 2, Rajendra Debnath, accused No. The letter is in these terms:- "Madam, Under instructions from our client Bipin Chandra J. The property of the insolvent vests in the Advocates receiver not for all purposes but only for the purpose of the Insolvency Act and the receiver has no interest of his own in the property. 6, Rohini Kumar Debnath were further charged under s.

147 of the Indian Penal Code and sentenced each of them to undergo one year's rigorous imprisonment and the accused Sashi Mohan Debnath and Rajendra Debnath under s. 201, Indian Penal Code. " The property vests in the receiver for the purpose of administering the estate of the insolvent for the payment of his debts after realising his assets. 304/149 of the Indian Penal Code, which the learned Judge accepted. The sentences with respect to the accused Sashi Mohan Debnath and Rajendra Debnath were ordered to run concurrently.

The judgment and orders of the High Court under appeal are set aside and the judgment and decree passed by the Trial Court in OS No. nThe next event of importance in this narrative is the plaintiff's solicitor's letter of July 15, 1947, addressed to the defendant, care of her father at Jalgaon. 201 of the Indian Penal Code and sentenced each of them to undergo rigorous imprisonment for three years. nThat although the rule of res judicata as enacted by s.

That the word "vest" is a word of variable import is shown by provisions of Indian statutes also. O'Brien determined the status of occupants of land, not merely because it is necessary to explain here the action that he took, but also in order that the Civil Courts which have to decide questions as to proprietary rights may know on what grounds the present record was based" We, therefore, allow these appeals.

307 of the Code to the High Court, being of the opinion that the accused were not guilty of these offences. nClass- of employees Basic monthly pay range Junior clerks Rs. at 105) Operators 785 Juniors (Drg. No orders as to costs. nLyall's Settlement Report and from the orders on the Siba Summary Settlement Report, but I quote at length the principles on which Mr.