Similar view has been taken by this Court in Rumi Bora Dutta v. 6 Dwarik Chandigarh Lawyers
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the suburb of Calcutta admittedly formed part of the estate of one Mahendra Narayan Patra, a Hindu inhabitant of Bengal, owning considerable properties, who died on the 17th April, 1903, leaving him surviving his widow Rashmoni, two infant sons by her, Mohini Mohan and Haripada and a grandson Ram Narayan by a predeceased son Shyama Charan.
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property in suit which is premises No. nIf it were necessary to do so we would prefer to accept the view of Rankin C. n292 When the new Province was formed in 1911 the Bengal Municipal Act of 1884 applied to the whole of it. The other two sections were not born as distinct entities till later and the areas which they now cover were not under any municipal or cognate jurisdiction At that time one of the three portions of Patna with which we are concerned (namely, the portion we have called Patna City) was under a Municipality (the Patna City Municipality) created under the Bengal Act.
The bulk of the properties were mortgaged to one Kironsashi who having obtained a decree on the mortgage applied for sale of the mortgaged properties. State of Assam, wherein it has been accepted that a false answer offered by the accused when his attention is drawn to the circumstances, it renders a circumstance to be of inculpating nature, i. in such a situation a false answer can also be counted as providing a missing link for completing the chain.
Punjab Government Gazette Extraordinary Published by Authority Chandigarh Advocates
, Wednesday, May 15, 1957 Revenue Department Notification The 15th May, 1957 No. The -management by the receiver, as it appears, was not at all proper or beneficial to the interest of the two sons of Mahendra On the 14th of August, 1909, one Baroda Kanta Sarkar, Sheristadar of the Court of the District Judge, Alipore, was appointed, with the consent of both parties, receiver of the estate forming the subject-matter of the litigation.
to them, directed his properties to be divided amongst his infant sons Mohini and Haripada and his grandson Ram Narayan. - In exercise of the powers conferred by section 1 of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (Central Act IV of 1882), and all other powers enabling him in this behalf, the Governor of Punjab is pleased to extend the provisions of Sections 54, 107 and 123 of the said Act to the territories which, immediately before the 1st November, 1956, were comprised in the State of Patiala and East Punjab States Union, with effect from the date of publication of this notification in the official Gazette.
On the 13th August, 1909, the two infant sons of Mahendra to wit Mohini and Haripada, by their mother and next friend Rashmoni, instituted a suit in the Court of the Subordinate Judge at Alipore, being Title Suit No. Ram Narayan was appointed' executor under the will. "Nothing in this Act shall apply to any proceedings pending on the date of the commencement of the West Bengal Criminal Law Amendment (Special Courts) Amending Ordinance 1952 in any court other than a special court".
This question as regards the inadmissibility of evidence under section 27 of the Indian Evidence Act must therefore be answered against accused 1 to the one expressed by the learned Judges of the Bombay High Court. It is his further contention that the exercise of power under Articles 72 and 161 of the Constitution is different than the remission granted under Section 433-A of CrPC Ranjit Kumar, learned Solicitor General who has contended that the controversy is absolutely covered by the decision in Dadu (supra) and the petitioners cannot claim the benefit of the Jail Manual which is a guidance for exercise of constitutional powers by the Governor.
45 of 1909, claiming administration of the estate left by Mahendra as well as partition and accounts on the basis of the will left by him. The receiver took possession of the properties immediately after this order was made. " One also finds the following in Stroud's Judicial Dictionary, 3rd edition "To sign one's name to; to signify assent or adhesion to by signing one's name; to attest by signing. On the 17th February, 1901, Mahendra executed a will by which he made certain religious and charitable dispositions and 469 subject.
After the death of Mahendra, Ram Narayan applied for probate of the will and probate was obtained by him on the 6th of October, 1904, Ram Narayan entered upon the management of the estate. This judgment was given on the 31st March, 1909. " This appears to be its modern meaning, and is also one of the meanings given to the word "sign", namely "to attest or confirm by adding one's signature; to affix one's name to (a document) late. Shyama Charan was the son of Mahendra by his first wife, who died during his lifetime.
He developed extravagant and immoral habits and soon ran into debts. This Municipality continued to function in the Patna City area after the creation of the new Province. Thereupon Rashmoni on behalf of her infant sons instituted a suit against the mortgagee and the mortgagor and got a declaration that the mortgage decree could not bind the infants' shares in the properties left by their father.