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whether the Munsif
when exercising jurisdiction under Section 7-E acted as a court
subordinate to this Court. The court ... Dwivedi held that a Munsif acting under
Section 7-E acts as a persona designata because an order directing
Allahabad High Court
misconduct as brought out
in Section 13(1)(e) of the Act is not one such offence as enumerated ... offence enumerated under Section 13(1)(e) of the Act, the
respective accused, other than the first accused
Madras High Court
framed under Section 97(1) of the E.S.I., Act,
1948, purpose and effect of-Whether the deduction ... which
the workmen were entitled under the E.S.I. Act, in the event
of their not availing themselves
Supreme Court of India
E.D. Act, 1953, with the estate duty authorities. After attaining
majority on the December 7, 1970, the petitioner also ... required
under s. 56(2) of the E.D. Act and without which no grant of the said
Calcutta High Court
E.S.I. Act has much wider field than the operation of
the Factories Act, 1948, While Factories Act ... where
factory is situated, the flow of benefit under E.S.I. Act is not
confined to the employees working
Rajasthan High Court
Officer as deemed dividend u/s
2(22)(e) of the Act.
b) A sum of ` 27,200/- representing ... Officer as deemed dividend u/s
2(22)(e) of the Act.
4. Against these additions, first appeal was filed
Income Tax Appellate Tribunal - Chennai
the ken of section 2(22)(e) of Act. In fact, even if the shares are allotted ... outside the
scope of section 2(22)(e) of Act.
16. On the issue of initial intention of NDCPL
Income Tax Appellate Tribunal - Mumbai
Regulation Act, 1977 (for short the M.E.P.S. Act) in an appeal filed
under section ... appeal under section 9 of the M.E.P.S.
Act. The management opposed this appeal on the grounds that
Bombay High Court
hereinafter referred to as 'the N.C.T.E. Act') and yet the petitioners
have not joined ... contended that after commencement of the
N.C.T.E. Act. the state Government is not empowered to frame/amend
Gujarat High Court
hands of assessee company under
Section 2(22)(e) of the Act?
b) Whether ITAT was correct ... correctly interpreted the provisions
of Section 2(22)(e) of the Act?
d) Whether order passed by ITAT is perverse
Delhi High Court
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