Maxim | Cujus est instituere ejus abrogare

P L D 1997 Lahore 499

Maxim– …… Cujus est instituere ejus abrogare.”: He that institutes may also abrogate”

-S. 3(f)—“Public purpose”—Definition—“Public purpose” which has not been defined in its generic sense in S.3(f), Land Acquisition Act, 1894 is an expression which is a relative term and will depend and vary from one particular set of facts and circumstances to another such set—“Public purpose” is an object in which the general interest of the community as opposed to the particular interest of individuals is directly and vitally concerned—
“Public purpose”, however, will have to be a purpose which is in furtherance of the general interest of the community at large as opposed to the particular interest of an individual but at the same time “public purpose” does not cease , to be so simply because incidental benefits will ensure to private individual.-

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