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In reply to para 6, it was stated that the current account facility was still provided and had not been stopped, that respondent No. 1 here- in, that the Municipal Council had no jurisdiction to levy octroi tax on the goods brought within the municipal limits but not sold, consumed or used therein and subsequently exported outside the said limits. It was further prayed that the respondent No. 2 on behalf of the State of Kerala cited as respondent No.

PXadhAr.pngIt was further prayed that the respondents therein be ordered to refund the octroi tax as mentioned in the Schedule to the said petition which, it was alleged, had been illegally realised from the petitioner. 17 of 1976 was filed by M/s Parekh Automobiles, respondent No. It was stated that the appellant was charging octroi from the respondent No. Although the final decree for sale of the mortgaged property had been passed, the mortgagee did not execute the decree which became time-barred.

It was the case of the petitioner in the High Court, respondent No. 1 be directed to provide transport passes to the Indian Oil Corporation under rule 13 of the Rajasthan Municipal Octroi Rules, 1962 read with section 133 of Rajasthan Municipalities Act. 1 did not have its own tankers but for this the respondent No. 45 lakhs as per the departmental estimate which the appellant undertook, as understood by the arbitrator, to carry out works at a total amount of Rs.

) against the accepted probably estimate of contract of Rs. 18/SC/SPS/1977-78 dated 17. It was noted in the award that according to the respondents, after carry- ing out the work to the tune of Rs. which are supplied to the respondent herein at Dangiawas by the Indian Oil Corporation. (diesel) which was brought by the Indian Oil Corporation within the local limits of Jodhpur Municipality was ultimately exported and sold to respondent No.

The site for the work was handed over to the claimants on 17th December, 1977 and the work had to be completed by 15. The value of the work arranged on contract was Rs. 45 lakhs was sanctioned for the work and it was entrusted on contract to the 671 claimant--appellant herein, on tenders. The case of the respondent No. The work had been taken up as part of the scheme for augmenting the drinking water supply to Coimbatore city from the yield of the Siruvani river and due to acute scarcity of water in the city, work was taken up on an urgent footing and it was understood by both the parties that time was of utmost importance in the execution of work.

1 on the other, in these proceedings. 15 lakhs as per their tender. 1 at Dangiawas for use, consumption or sale outside the Municipal limits and as such NRI Lawyers the Municipal Council had no jurisdiction to levy octroi tax on the same. It was stated that the question whether the contract of sale between the respondent No. 78 between the claimants on the one side and the re- spondent No. 1 took NRI Lawyers place at Jodhpur or at Dangiawas was a disputed question of fact to be decided by reference to the original agreement qua each transaction.

(diesel) by the respondent No. After hearing the parties the Director NRI Legal in his order dated 8. Accordingly to the arbitrator, however, it was clear that the work could not be completed within the stipulated period due to various reasons for which each party blamed the other. 104 of the Rajasthan Municipalities Act, 1959 (herein- after referred to as 'the Act') are as follows: 2 and not from respondent No.

The contract was embodied in agreement No. In the said writ petition, the petitioner prayed for a direction or an order restrain- ing the respondents therein from realising any tax on die- sel, etc. After the expiry of six months period the application was time barred. 1 took place at Jodhpur, and only the delivery NRI Legal was effected at Dangiawas as respondent No. 1977 and as such the application had been filed too late. The mortgagee and after him his heirs and legal representatives, however, continued to be in possession of the mortgaged property.

being the respond- ent No. However, nrillegalservices he said in his order: 1974 whereas the application had been filed on 20. 2 was charging mileage for transmission of goods from its depot to Dangiawas. 2 did not make the declaration as required by rule 9 and rule 13(4) of the Rajasthan Municipal Octroi Rules, 1962 and that the goods exported were to be 55 lessened only if such goods had not been sold within the Municipal limits and were exported NRI Legal services out within a period of six months' from the date of entry.

HOs9SZc.pngThe said appeal may be taken up and disposal of the same would lead to the disposal of other appeals. In reply to the said writ petition, it was stated by the Municipal Council, being the appellant herein, that the sale of H. The relevant provisions of s. It was further stated that the disputed question of fact could not be adjudicated under Article 226 of the Constitution. 1979 observed that it was evident from the perus- al of the record that the Scheme of Consolidation of the village was confirmed on 15.