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  • Cr No. 5974 of 2003. Case: Raj Kumar Vs Sham Sunder Mehta. Punjab & Haryana High Court

    Judgment: Dr. Bharat Bhushan Parsoon, J. 1. Landlord-Sham Sunder Mehta, had sought ejectment of the tenant inter alia on the ground of subletting, material impairment in the value and utility of the premises and requirement of the premises for his own use and neces...

    ... who is helping him in carrying out the business in the shop in dispute. It is claimed that the ... be taken to be a case of non-existence of Joint Hindu Family business as is claimed by the tenant ...

  • Crl. Revn. No. 14432 of 2008 (O&M). Case: Smt. Renu Mittal Vs Jitender and Another. Punjab & Haryana High Court

    1. The petitioner has filed this petition under Section 482 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 challenging the order dated 19.05.2007 (Annexure P-3) passed by the Court of Revision whereby the revision petition filed by the respondents was allowed and the summoning order passed by the trial Court dated 19.05.2007 was set aside. After hearing t...

    ... be held liable merely because they had a joint account with Ram Saran. There was nothing on rd to show that any joint business was being run by the petitioners with the ... the bank account pertained to any joint Hindu family business. It was rightly argued that mere ...

  • Civil Revision No. 278 of 2003. Case: Sita Ram Vs Jai Kishan. Himachal Pradesh High Court

    1. The instant civil revision petition is directed against the judgment rendered on 19.8.2003 by the learned Appellate Authority in Rent Appeal No. 3-S/14 of 2003 whereby the learned Appellate Authority affirmed the order rendered on 28.4.2003 by the learned Rent Controller, Solan in petition No. 28/2 of 1998. 2. The brief facts of the case are th...

    ... demised premises is in the tenancy of the Joint Hindu Family business of which respondent No. 1 ...

  • Case: Rajat Pangaria Vs State Bank of Bikaner and Jaipur and Ors.. Delhi DRAT DRAT (Delhi Debt Recovery Appellate Tribunals)

    2. The respondent-bank herein filed O.A. No. 576 of 1998 against five defendants, namely, M/s Rajat Fabrics (Pvt.) Ltd., Mr. Gyanmal Pangaria, Mrs. Shobha Pangaria, Mr. Sohan Lal Pangaria and Rajasthan State Industrial Development and Investment Corporation Ltd., for the recovery of Rs. 67 lakhs and odd. Mr. Gyanmal Pangaria and his mother Mrs. Sho...

    ... along with interest from the defendants jointly and severally and if this amount is not ... three had one third share in the said joint Hindu family property. The title deed was also said to ... was mortgaged to avail loan for the business of the defendant No. 1 (M/s. Rajat Fabrics (Pvt.) ...

  • OSA No. 4003 of 2013. Case: Tara Kaushal Vs Bal Raj. Himachal Pradesh High Court

    1. The appellants are the plaintiffs and have filed the present original side appeal against the judgement and decree dated 27.9.2013 passed by the learned Single Judge of this court in Civil Suit No. 65 of 2000. 2. Plaintiffs- appellants filed the suit seeking a decree for the following reliefs:-- "(i) That the plaintiffs and defendant Nos. 1 to...

    ... the jamabandi for the year 1976-77 and the joint Hindu Family M/s. Ram Rakha Mall Kaushal and ... of accounts of the Joint Hindu Family business M/s. Ram Rakha Mall Kaushal and sons and entitled ...

  • Second Appeal No. 947 of 1941. Case: Yeshvant Dattatraya Vs Shripad Sadashiv. Bombay High Court

    1. The suit from which this appeal arises was filed by the plaintiff on. a promissory note for Rs. 1,391-12-0 passed by defendant No. 1. Defendants Nos. 2 to 7 were made party-defendants as members of a joint and undivided Hindu family along with defendant No. 1, and on the allegation that) the money was borrowed for the purpose of a joint family b...

  • Simple Mortgage by Manager of Joint Hindu Family for Legal Necessity

    ...hereinafter called the said property, is owned by the said joint Hindu family;. AND WHEREAS the joint Hindu family carries on the business of.................. at......... under the name and style of M/s............................ AND WHEREAS the mortgagors are in need of Rs.......... for purposes of their business, marriage of ...

  • Uttar Pradesh Trade Tax Act, 1948

    ...(aa)'business', in relation to business of buying or selling ... includes an Additional Commissioner '[or a Joint Commissioner] of Trade Tax appointed by the State ... society or other society, club, firm, Hindu undivided family or other association of persons ...

  • O.C.J. Suit No. 563 of 1941. Case: Kashiram Bhagshet Shete Vs Bhaga Bhaushet Redij. Bombay High Court

    1. His Lordship after stating the facts proceeded. The plaintiff gave-evidence on his behalf and stated that he had monetary dealings with the defendants' joint and undivided Hindu family for several years prior to the severance. of joint status between the various branches of that family, that he lent and advanced monies to the defendants' joint f...

  • Agreement of reference between members of Hindu Undivided Family (HUF)

    ...WHEREAS the parties aforementioned are members of a joint Hindu family and posses joint-family property and business, and. WHEREAS differences have arisen ...

  • O.C.J. Suit No. 827 of 1930. Case: Tarachand Ghanshamdas Vs Mohideen Abdul Gafoor. Bombay High Court

    1. In this suit defendant No. 2 and his sons defendants Nos. 1 and 3 to 7 are sued on the footing that the father and the sons are members of a firm and are liable as partners for the transactions entered into by one or the other of them on behalf of the firm. 2. On Mr. Bhagvati's opening I pointed out the difficulty of his being able to make out...

    ... a position similar to that of members of a joint Hindu family. 3. A Hindu may carry on business ...

  • Case: Govindoss Krishnadoss Vs The Official Assignee of Madras. Bombay High Court

    1. These are six consolidated appeals from six decrees all dated April 1, 1931, made by the High Court of Judicature at Madras in its civil appellate jurisdiction, which reversed six decrees of different dates made by the same Court in its ordinary original civil jurisdiction. As will be seen later, a decision in the leading appeal (No. 101 of 1932...

    ... is whether his father's interest in the business carried on under the name of Muralidoss Ramdoss & ... of a partner or of a member of an undivided Hindu family. If the latter be the correct view, the ... the High Court held that the firm was a joint Hindu family firm; they, further held that, even ...

  • Case: Pearey Lal Vs Nanak Chand. Bombay High Court

    1. The suit in which this appeal arises was begun in June, 1938, in the Court of the Subordinate Judge in Delhi by the respondent, Nanak Chand, with whom his two sons were associated as plaintiffs, against his father, the appellant. The respondent claimed that the family was a joint Hindu family governed by the Benares School of the Mitakshara, and...

  • O.C.J. Appeal No. 25 of 1925. Case: Ramprasad Shivlal Vs Shrinivas Balmukund. Bombay High Court

    Judgment Norman Macleod, Kt., C.J. 1. The plaintiff filed this suit to recover the sum of Rs. 15,000 claimed to be due on three hundis draw...

    ... as "Shivlal Rampranad a firm doing business as merchants at Ahmadabad, "and thereafter, when ... was discovered that Shivlal Ramprasad was a joint Hindu family doing business under that name, and ...

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  • Tamil Nadu Government Servants' Conduct Rules, 1973

    ...(5) "Members of the Family", in relation to a Government servant includes -. ... person or firm or company engaged in any business or profession, for the purchase of costly second ...(4) An Executive Officer of the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments ...(16) A Government servant who belongs to a joint Hindu family carrying on the business of ...

  • Case: Vadilal Lallubhai Mehta Vs Commissioner of Income Tax, Bombay. Bombay High Court

    This is an application made to the court under sub-section (3) of Section 66 of the Income Tax Act, asking the court to require the commissioner to state a case and raise certain points of law. In substance the points of law are said to arise in this way. The assessee was assessee as an individual for the year 1932-33 in respect of his income for t...

    ... to construction of two documents, the business in respect of which he was assessed was, as en himself and his son, a Hindu joint family business. His contention is that the ...

  • Civil Application No. 169 of 1934. Case: Vadilal Lallubhai Mehta Vs Commissioner of Income-tax. Bombay High Court

    1. This is an application made to the Court under Sub-section (3) of Section 66 of the Indian Income Tax Act asking the Court to require the Commissioner to state a case and raise certain points of law. In substance the points of law are said to arise in this way. The assessee was assessed as an individual for the year 1932-33 in respect of his inc...

    ... the construction of two documents, the business in respect of which he was assessed was, as en himself and his son, a Hindu joint-family business. His contention is that the ...

  • Second Appeal No. 935 of 1995. Case: Kunj Bihari and Others Vs Ganga Sahai Pandey and Others. Allahabad High Court

    1. This is plaintiffs' appeal under Section 100 of Code of Civil Procedure (hereinafter referred to as "CPC"). Original Suit No. 7 of 1965 was instituted by plaintiffs i.e. Kunj Bihari Agarwal and 14 others, impleading defendants No. 1 and 2(first set), defendants No. 3 to 9 (second set), defendants No. 10 to 21 (third set); and defendant No. 22 (f...

    ... of the case there was a presumption of jointness and the burden was on the defendants that H.U.F. ...iv. Whether a "Firm" and "Hindu Undivided Family" (hereinafter referred to as ... Hindu family and there was joint family business in the name of M/s. Bhagwan Das Laxmi Narain. The ...

  • Second Appeal No. 935 of 1995. Case: Kunj Bihari and Others Vs Ganga Sahai Pandey and Others. Allahabad High Court

    1. This is plaintiffs' appeal under Section 100 of Code of Civil Procedure (hereinafter referred to as "CPC"). Original Suit No. 7 of 1965 was instituted by plaintiffs i.e. Kunj Bihari Agarwal and 14 others, impleading defendants No. 1 and 2(first set), defendants No. 3 to 9 (second set), defendants No. 10 to 21 (third set); and defendant No. 22 (f...

    ... of the case there was a presumption of jointness and the burden was on the defendants that H.U.F. ...iv. Whether a "Firm" and "Hindu Undivided Family" (hereinafter referred to as ... Hindu family and there was joint family business in the name of M/s. Bhagwan Das Laxmi Narain. The ...

  • First Appeal No. 278 of 1920. Case: Narayan Laxman Adhikari Vs Chapsi Dosa. Bombay High Court

    1. The plaintiffs sued to recover Rs. 5,407-11-7 as principal and Rs. 248-12-0 as interest from the first and second defendants. The first and second defendant and one Ramchandra, brother of the first defendant, wore a joint Hindu family carrying on business in groceries, and in the course of that business had dealings with the plaintiffs. There we...

  • Deed of Partition of H.U.F. Business

    ...Hindu inhabitants as follows:. WHEREAS. 1. The Parties are members and Co-parceners of their joint and undivided Hind family, the Party of the First Part being the ...

  • Appeal (L) No. 376 of 2013 in Notice of Motion No. 166 of 2013 in Suit No. 75 of 2013 with Notice of Motion No. 1800 of 2013. Case: Gopal Bhagwandas Ahuja Vs Jagdish Bhagwandas Ahuja & Ors.. Bombay High Court

    1. The Appeal arises from the judgment of a learned Single Judge dated 27 August 2013 dismissing a Motion for interim relief in a suit for partition. The Appellant is the original Plaintiff. For convenience of reference parties are referred to by their description in the suit. The Plaintiff and Defendants 1 to 8 are siblings, all of them being the

    ... and 1969 Bhagwandas Ahuja carried on business of a kirana commission agency as a partner in a ... with persons who were not members of the family, by the name of United Development Agency. In ... of a deceased sister) constituted a joint and undivided family, referred to as the Ahuja ... plaint as properties belonging to a joint hindu family. Nor did the Plaintiff claim to have ...

  • O.C.J. Appeal No. 43 of 1934 and Suit No. 1060 of 1930. Case: The Great American Insurance Co. Ltd. Vs Madanlal Sonulal. Bombay High Court

    1. This is an appeal from a decision of Mr. Justice Kania, which raises a point of law. The plaintiff is described as Madanlal Sonulal, a minor by his next friend Goverdhandas Mohanlal, and the defendants are The Great American Insurance Co., Ltd., a company incorporated in New York, United States of America, carrying on business in Bombay at Apoll...