Comments Off on Agricultural Produce—Market Fee—Assessment order not to be quashed on question of jurisdiction, without examining the issue as to whether the market fee and rural development fund were ever deposited or not
Comments Off on Pepsu Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1955, S.7–Eviction Petition-Denial of landlord and tenant relationship-Jurisdiction of Civil Court—If the relationship is denied from very beginning, jurisdiction of Civil Court is not barred
Comments Off on Civil Procedure Code, 1908, O.11 R.I & R.2–Serving of Interrogatories-Application for serving of interrogatories at the fag end of trial to fill up lacuna and prolong the litigation not to be allowed.
Comments Off on Civil Procedure Code, 1908, O.8 R.5-Striking off defence-It only permits the courts to decree the suit but does not make it mandatory-In the circumstances, no fault can be found with the action of the courts in requiring the predecessor of the appellants to lead some positive evidence.
Comments Off on Abatement of Suit—Death of sole defendant—Suit does not abate against the deceased defendant even if no application is made for impleadment of Legal Representatives and decree passed against the deceased-defendant would be deemed to have been passed before he died.
Comments Off on Public Premises—Department, who is not the owner, could not have initiated the eviction proceedings. Public Premises—in absence of violation of terms and conditions of allotment, there was no occasion for the department to cancel the allotment.
Comments Off on Punjab Village Common Land (Regulations) Act, 1961, S.13-Jurisdiction of Civil Court—Vesting of land—Claim of Possession—Suit instituted whether the land could vest in Gram Panchayat or not prior to the enactment of the Act would be decided by Civil Court
Comments Off on Land Revenue—Sanction of Mutation—Merely because the mutation of the sale-deed of agricultural land was not sanctioned in the revenue record, the rights of a vendee in the sale-deed and his successor would not evaporate.
Comments Off on Civil Procedure Code, 1908, O.23 R.1 –Withdrawal of Suit-Defendant has no right to raise any objection to such prayer being made by the plaintiff except to ask for payment of the cost to him by the plaintiff as provided in sub-rule (4).
Comments Off on Revenue Law—Jurisdiction of Civil Court—Once agricultural land loses its basic character and has been converted into authorized/unauthorized colonies, the bar on jurisdiction of civil courts would not be attracted.