Excerpt: If the signature as distinct from the mark of the testatrix is taken to have been affixed by Doraisami Aiyangar in her presence and by her direction, the will fails for want of due attestation, as the section requires that the will should be attested by two or more witnesses each of whom must … Continue reading The person who signed by the direction of the testator cannot be one of the two attesting witnesses required by the section.
Excerpt: it is a fundamental principle of the Mohammedan Law of Wakf that when a mosque is built and consecrated by public worship, it ceases to be the property of the builder and vests in God. A mosque once so consecrated cannot in any case revert to the founder and every Mohammedan has the legal … Continue reading Once the founder dedicates a particular property for the purpose of a public mosque, no Muslim can be denied the right to offer prayers therein on the ground that the mosque fell into disuse long back.
To differentiate between tanneries where the pump set is just outside the premises and adjoining the compound wall and tanneries where the pump set is situated at a distance, and make the former liable for contribution, will be to make a classification without any rational basis for the same. Madras High Court V. Mohamed Haneef … Continue reading V. Mohamed Haneef And Co. And Ors. vs Regional Director, Employees’ State Insurance
Excerpt: Madras High Court A. Sundarasan vs A.C. Thirulokchandar And Anr. on 11 February, 1971 Equivalent citations: (1973) 2 MLJ 290 Author: S Maharajan JUDGMENT S. Maharajan, J. 1. The plaintiff sues for declaration that he is the owner of the copyright in a Tamil story, 'nazhuval' written by him, for a permanent injunction restraining … Continue reading A. Sundarasan vs A.C. Thirulokchandar And Anr.
Excerpt: Explosives, including industrial explosives and detonators and fuses, is included as one of the industries involving hazardous processes, under the general heading "Chemical Industries" at Serial No.17 in the First Schedule to the Factories Act, 1948. As per Section 87, any manufacturing process or operation, carried on in a factory, can be declared to be dangerous, … Continue reading As per Section 87, any manufacturing process or operation, carried on in a factory, can be declared to be dangerous, if it exposes persons employed in it to a serious risk of bodily injury, poisoning or disease
Excerpt: Madras High Court Commissioner Of Income Tax vs Chennai Properties And ... on 28 March, 2003 Equivalent citations: (2004) 186 CTR Mad 409, 2004 266 ITR 685 Mad Author: R J Babu Bench: R J Babu, K R Pandian JUDGMENT R. Jaysimha Babu, J. 1. At the instance of the Revenue, the following questions … Continue reading the assessee, as owner of the building, was only exploiting the property as owner by leasing out the same and realising income by way of rent. Such rental income is liable to be assessed under the head ‘income from house property’.
Excerpt: the mere fact that a person gifts property to a minor will not entitle that person by reason of the factum of the gift only to appoint a guardian for the minor in respect of that property. Repeating what has already been stated, it will be open to the donor to provide for the … Continue reading Rajalakshmi And Ors. vs Minor Ramachandran And Anr
Excerpt: Madras High Court Entertaining Enterprises, ... vs State Of Tamil Nadu And Anr. on 21 June, 1984 Equivalent citations: AIR 1984 Mad 278 Author: Ramanujam Bench: Ramanujam, Ratnam JUDGMENT Ramanujam, J. 1. Since the writ appeals arise out of the interim orders passed in the interlocutory applications filed in the writ petitions, they need … Continue reading Entertaining Enterprises, … vs State Of Tamil Nadu And Anr
Excerpt: Madras High Court E.M. Forster And Anr. vs A.N. Parasuram on 9 January, 1964 Equivalent citations: AIR 1964 Mad 331 Author: Anantanarayanan Bench: Anantanarayan, Ramamurti JUDGMENT Anantanarayanan, J. 1. In 1924, Mr. E. M. Forster, the English Novelist, published "A Passage to India", a work of fiction which was also a penetrating study of … Continue reading An abridgment does not infringe copyright,
Madras High Court V. Govindan vs E.M. Gopalakrishna Kone And Anr. on 1 December, 1954 Equivalent citations: AIR 1955 Mad 391 Author: P Ayyar Bench: P Ayyar JUDGMENT Panchapakesa Ayyar, J. 1. The appellant in this case is one V. Govindan, the first defendant in O. S. No. 5 of 1948 on the file … Continue reading V. Govindan vs E.M. Gopalakrishna Kone And Anr