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admissible in a court of law in accordance with the Evidence Act of British " combination of vehicles" means a combination of motor vehicle and trailer or motor. (1) This Act may be called the Motor Vehicles. Act, (2) It extends to the whole (7) "contract carriage" means a motor vehicle which carries a passenger or. Act Info: Preamble1 - MOTOR VEHICLES ACT, Chapter 1. Section1 - Short title, extent Section4 - Age limit in connection with driving of motor vehicles.
Maintenance of State Registers of Driving Licences. Power of Central Government to make rules. Power of State Government to make rules.
Necessity for conductors licence. Grant of conductors licence.
Disqualifications for the grant of conductors licence. Revocation of a conductors licence on grounds of disease or disability. A conductors licence may at any time be revoked by any licensing authority if that authority has reasonable grounds to believe that the holder of the licence is suffering from any disease or disability which is likely to render him permanently unfit to hold such a licence and where the authority revoking a conductors licence is not the authority which issued the same, it shall intimate the fact of such revocation to the authority which issued that licence : Provided that before revoking any licence , the licensing authority shall give the person holding such licence a reasonable opportunity of being heard.
Orders refusing, etc. Power of licensing authority to disqualify.
Certain provisions of Chapter II to apply to conductors licence. The provisions of sub-section 2 of section 6, sections 14, 15 and 23, sub-section 1 of section 24 and section 25 shall, so far as may be, apply in relation to a conductors licence , as they apply in relation to a driving licence.
Purohit and Company vs. Khatoonbee S. P NO of to raise a claim for compensation before a Motor Accident Claims Tribunal, it should be done within a reasonable time.
It further held that the question of reasonability would be with respect to the facts and circumstances of each case. P OF decided on October 31st, upheld the Multiplier concept and deduction in personal and living expenses as laid down in the Sarla Verma case.
However the future aspects in awarding compensation under Section of the Motor Vehicles Act have been newly formulated by following the standardization principle. The following principles have been laid down :- Factors to be determined The income of the deceased The age of the deceased The number of dependants Determination of Multiplier As regard the cases where the age of the victim happens to be up to 15 years, the Supreme Court was of the considered opinion that in such cases irrespective of Section A or Section under which the claim for compensation has been made, multiplier of 15 and the assessment as indicated in the Second Schedule subject to correction as pointed out in Column 6 of the Table IN Sarla Vermain S.
P of ,decided on 15thApril, should be followed.
In all other cases of death where the application has been made under Section , the multiplier as in indicated in Column 4 of the Table in Sarla Verma which starts with an operative multiplier of 18 for the age groups of and 21 to 25 Years reduced by one unit for every five years i. Where the deceased is a bachelor and the claimants are the parents, the deduction follows a different principle.
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