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3A envisages a Slum Rehabilitation Authority (SRA) for Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu
implementing slum rehabilitation schemes. Both these judgments were referred to and followed in Union of India v. The second exception is where the new enactment leaves the claimant with such a short period for commencing the legal proceeding so as to make it unpractical for him to avail of the remedy. It was held that not having filed a suit before March, 1967 the only remedy of the respondent was by way of an application before the Tribunal.
He pointed out to us that the ingredients necessary to attract Rule 209A were not mentioned in any show cause notice against Shaw Wallace and that the Commissioner's finding as a result thereof would have to be held to be beyond the show cause notice. In view of the change of the law it was held that the application could be filed within a reasonable time after the constitution of the Tribunal; and, that the time of about four months taken by the respondent in approaching the Tribunal Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu
after its constitution, could be held to be either reasonable time or the delay of about two months could be condoned under the proviso to Section 110- A(3).
The question as to whether the assessee is a dealer under the Act which was the cardinal issue before the Tribunal was agitated before the High Court as the main issue by both parties to the lis. This principle has been followed by this Court in many cases and by way of Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu
illustration we would like to mention New India Insurance Co. The power to frame a general rehabilitation scheme is vested in the State Government or the SRA concerned with the previous sanction of the State Government for rehabilitation of slums and hutment colonies in such areas.
So far the period of limitation was concerned, it was observed that a new law of limitation providing for a shorter period cannot certainly extinguish a vested right of action. Section 3B provides Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu
for slum rehabilitation scheme. Dissatisfied by the orders passed by the Tribunal, the assessee approached the High Court in TRC No. Any area required or proposed for the purpose of construction of temporary or permanent transit camps and so approved by Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu
the Slum Rehabilitation Authority shall also be deemed to be and treated as Slum Rehabilitation Areas and projects approved in such areas by the Slum Rehabilitation Authority shall be deemed to be Slum Rehabilitation Projects.
CEGAT's judgment itself set aside all penalties imposed on Shaw Wallace as well as DIL. 30) It would be pertinent to mention here that sub-rule (2) talks of three kinds of charges. This Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu
judgment was strongly relied upon by Shri A. In March, 1967 the Claims Tribunal under Section 110 of the Motor Vehicles Act, 1939 was constituted, barring the jurisdiction of the civil court and prescribed 60 days as the period Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu
A period of two years was available to the respondent for instituting a suit for recovery of damages. Harnam Advocate Simranjeet Singh Sidhu
,  INSC 73; (1993) 2 SCC 162, see paragraph 12. In view of the judgment delivered by us on merits, we do not think it necessary to go into the contention raised by Shri Bagaria. All these costs were to be included on actual basis. Bagaria, learned counsel appearing on behalf of Shaw Wallace, is aggrieved by penalties levied upon Shaw Wallace by the orders of the Commissioner.
Suffice it to say that we are dismissing Revenue's appeals. Thus, the provisions of the Air Act, became applicable in respect of noise pollution, also. The High Court, in its conclusion, has approved the findings of the Tribunal and dismissed the tax revision(s) filed by the appellant-assessee. The High Court has delved into the said question and also considered whether the Madras Port Trust case decided in the context of the TN Act apply to the assessee-Trust which is governed by the Act.
That part of CEGAT's judgment will remain undisturbed. 412 of 2002 and Sales Tax Revision Nos. Smt Shanti Misra [(1975) 2 SCC 840 :  INSC 262; (1976) 2 SCR 266] . Sanghi for the proposition that the law in force on the date of the institution of an appeal, irrespective of the date of accrual of the cause of action for filing an appeal, will govern the period of limitation. The respondent filed the application in July, 1967.
These penalties have been set aside by CEGAT. If under the repealing Act the remedy suddenly stands barred as a result of a shorter period of limitation, the same cannot be held to govern the case, otherwise the result will be to deprive the suitor of an accrued right. Apart from loading, unloading and handling charges which are mentioned in Clause (b), Clause (a) deal with cost of transport of imported goods to the place of importation and Clause (c) dealt with cost of insurance.
The husband of the respondent in that case died in an accident in 1966. Section 3C runs as follows : Section 3C vests power in the Chief Executive Officer of the concerned SRA to declare an area as slum rehabilitation area if such declaration is found justified in the light of an already published Slum Rehabilitation Scheme. He cited a number of judgments in support of this proposition. So far the period of limitation for commencing a legal proceeding is concerned, it is adjectival in nature, and has to be governed by the new Act " subject to two conditions.
The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 Noise was included in the definition of air pollutant in Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act in 1987.