This chapter shall govern the materials, design and installation of water supply systems, both hot and cold, for utilization in connection with human occupancy and habitation and shall govern the installation of individual water supply systems. Solar energy systems used for heating potable water or using an independent medium for heating potable water shall comply with the applicable requirements of this code.
The use of solar energy shall not compromise the requirements for cross connection or protection of the potable water supply system required by this code. Existing metallic water service piping used for electrical grounding shall not be replaced with nonmetallic pipe or tubing until other approved means of grounding is provided. The potable water distribution system shall be tested in accordance with Section Where pressure piping systems are rehabilitated using an epoxy lining system, such lining system shall comply with ASTM F Structures equipped with plumbing fixtures and utilized for human occupancy or habitation shall be provided with a potable supply of water in the amounts and at the pressures specified in this chapter.
Only potable water shall be supplied to plumbing fixtures that provide water for drinking, bathing or culinary purposes, or for the processing of food, medical or pharmaceutical products. Unless otherwise provided in this code, potable water shall be supplied to all plumbing fixtures.
Where a potable public water supply is not available, individual sources of potable water supply shall be utilized.
Dependent on geological and soil conditions and the amount of rainfall, individual water supplies are of the following types: drilled well, driven well, dug well, bored well, spring, stream or cistern.
Surface bodies of water and land cisterns shall not be sources of individual water supply unless properly treated by approved means to prevent contamination. The combined capacity of the source and storage in an individual water supply system shall supply the fixtures with water at rates and pressures as required by this chapter.
Water from an individual water supply shall be approved as potable by the authority having jurisdiction prior to connection to the plumbing system.
After construction, the individual water supply system shall be purged of deleterious matter and disinfected in accordance with Section Pumps shall be rated for the transport of potable water. Pumps in an individual water supply system shall be constructed and installed so as to prevent contamination from entering a potable water supply through the pump units.
Pumps shall be sealed to the well casing or covered with a water-tight seal. Pumps shall be designed to maintain a prime and installed such that ready access is provided to the pump parts of the entire assembly for repairs.
CHAPTER III (53-75) of IPC – OF PUNISHMENTS
The pump room or enclosure around a well pump shall be drained and protected from freezing by heating or other approved means. Where pumps are installed in basements, such pumps shall be mounted on a block or shelf not less than 18 inches mm above the basement floor. Well pits shall be prohibited. The water service pipe shall be sized to supply water to the structure in the quantities and at the pressures required in this code. Where water service piping is located in the same trench with the building sewersuch sewer shall be constructed of materials listed in Table Where the building sewer piping is not constructed of materials listed in Table The required separation distance shall not apply where a water service pipe crosses a sewer pipe, provided the water service is sleeved to a point not less than 5 feet mm horizontally from the sewer pipe centerline on both sides of such crossing.
The sleeve shall be of pipe materials listed in Table The required separation distance shall not apply where the bottom of the water service pipe, located within 5 feet mm of the sewer, is not less than 12 inches mm above the highest point of the top of the building sewer. Potable water service pipes shall not be located in, under or above cesspools, septic tanks, septic tank drainage fields or seepage pits see Section The design of the water distribution system shall conform to accepted engineering practice.
Methods utilized to determine pipe sizes shall be approved. At the points of interconnection between the hot and cold water supply piping systems and the individual fixtures, appliances or devices, provisions shall be made to prevent flow between such piping systems. The water distribution system shall be designed, and pipe sizes shall be selected such that under conditions of peak demand, the capacities at the fixture supply pipe outlets shall be not less than shown in Table The minimum flow rate and flow pressure provided to fixtures and appliances not listed in Table For additional requirements for flow rates and quantities, see Section Where the shower mixing valve manufacturer indicates a lower flow rating for the mixing valve, the lower value shall be applied.
The maximum water consumption flow rates and quantities for all plumbing fixtures and fixture fittings shall be in accordance with Table A hand-held shower spray is a shower head. Consumption tolerances shall be determined from referenced standards.
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In calculating fractions of terms of punishment, imprisonment for life shall be reckoned as equivalent to imprisonment for twenty years. In every case in which an offender is punishable with imprisonment which may be of either description, it shall be competent to the court which sentences such offender to direct in the sentence that such imprisonment shall be wholly rigorous, or that such imprisonment shall be wholly simple, or that any part of such imprisonment shall be rigorous and the rest simple.
Where no sum is expressed to which a fine may extend, the amount of fine to which the offender is liable is unlimited, but shall not be excessive. In every case, of an offence punishable with imprisonment as well as fine, in which the offender is sentenced to a fine, whether with or without imprisonment, and in every case of an offence punishable with imprisonment or fine, or with fine only, in which the offender is sentenced to a fine, it shall be competent to the Court which sentences such offender to direct by the sentence that, in default of payment of the fine, the offender shall suffer imprisonment for a certain term, which imprisonment shall be in excess of any other imprisonment to which he may have been sentenced or to which he may be liable under a commutation of a sentence.
The term for which the Court directs the offender to be imprisoned in default of payment of a fine shall not exceed one-fourth of the term of imprisonment which is the maximum fixed for the offence, if the offence be punishable with imprisonment as well as fine.
The imprisonment which the Court imposes in default of payment of a fine may be of any description to which the offender might have been sentenced for the offence. If the offence be punishable with fine only, the imprisonment which the Court imposes in default of payment of the fine shall be simple, and the term for which the Court directs the offender to be imprisoned, in default of payment of fine, shall not exceed the following scale, that is to say, for any term not exceeding two months when the amount of the fine shall not exceed fifty rupees, and for any term not exceeding four months when the amount shall not exceed one hundred rupees, and for any term not exceeding six months in any other case.
The imprisonment which is imposed in default of payment of a fine shall terminate whenever that fine is either paid or levied by process of law. If, before the expiration of the term of imprisonment fixed in default of payment, such a proportion of the fine be paid or levied that the term of imprisonment suffered in default of payment is not less than proportional to the part of the fine still unpaid, the imprisonment shall terminate.
Here, if seventy-five rupees of the fine be paid or levied before the expiration of one month of the imprisonment. A will be discharged as soon as the first month has expired. If seventy-five rupees be paid or levied at the time of the expiration of the first month, or at any later time while A continues in imprisonment. A will be immediately discharged. If fifty rupees of the fine be paid or levied before the expiration of two months of the imprisonment, A will be discharged as soon as the two months are completed.
If fifty rupees be paid or levied at the time of the expiration of those two months, or at any later time while A continues in imprisonment, A will be immediately discharged.
The fine, or any part thereof which remains unpaid, may be levied at any time within six years after the passing of the sentence, and if, under the sentence, the offender be liable to imprisonment for a longer period than six years, then at any time previous to the expiration of that period; and the death of the offender does not discharge from the liability any property which would, after his death, be legally liable for his debts. Where anything which is an offence is made up of parts, any of which parts is itself an offence, the offender shall not be punished with the punishment of more than one of such his offences, unless it be so expressly provided.
Where anything is an offence falling within two or more separate definitions of any law in force for the time being by which offences are defined or punished, or. Illustrations- a A gives Z fifty strokes with a stick.To the extent that money or property received by a partner in exchange for all or part of his partnership interest is attributable to his share of the value of partnership unrealized receivables or substantially appreciated inventory items, the money or fair market value of the property received shall be considered as an amount realized from the sale or exchange of property other than a capital asset.
The remainder of the total amount realized on the sale or exchange of the partnership interest is realized from the sale or exchange of a capital asset under section See paragraph e of this section. Any gain or loss recognized that is attributable to section property will be ordinary gain or loss.
The difference between the amount of capital gain or loss that the partner would realize in the absence of section and the amount of ordinary income or loss determined under this paragraph a 2 is the transferor's capital gain or loss on the sale of its partnership interest. A partner selling or exchanging any part of an interest in a partnership that has any section property at the time of sale or exchange must submit with its income tax return for the taxable year in which the sale or exchange occurs a statement setting forth separately the following information.
A distribution treated as a sale or exchange under section b is not subject to the provisions of section b. Section b applies whether or not the distribution is in liquidation of the distributee partner 's entire interest in the partnership. However, section b applies only to the extent that a partner either receives section property in exchange for his relinquishing any part of his interest in other propertyor receives other property in exchange for his relinquishing any part of his interest in section property.
Thus, section b does not apply to the extent that a distribution consists of the distributee partner 's share of section property or his share of other property.
Similarly, section b does not apply to current drawings or to advances against the partner 's distributive share, or to a distribution which is, in fact, a gift or payment for services or for the use of capital. In determining whether a partner has received only his share of either section property or of other propertyhis interest in such property remaining in the partnership immediately after a distribution must be taken into account.
The rules of section b shall first apply to the part of the distribution treated as a sale or exchange of such properties, and then the rules of sections through shall apply to the part of the distribution not treated as a sale or exchange.
See paragraph b 4 ii of this section for treatment of payments under section a. The amount of the income or loss to the partnership will be measured by the difference between the adjusted basis to the partnership of the section property considered as sold to or exchanged with the partnerand the fair market value of the distributee partner 's interest in other partnership property which he relinquished in the exchange.
In computing the partners ' distributive shares of such ordinary income or lossthe income or loss shall be allocated only to partners other than the distributee and separately taken into account under section a 8. The distributee's adjusted basis for the property relinquished is the basis such property would have had under section including subsection d thereof if the distributee partner had received such property in a current distribution immediately before the actual distribution which is treated wholly or partly as a sale or exchange under section b.
The character of the gain or loss to the distributee partner shall be determined by the character of the property in which he relinquished his interest. The amount of the gain to the partnership will be measured by the difference between the adjusted basis to the partnership of the distributed property considered as sold to or exchanged with the partnerand the fair market value of the distributee partner 's interest in section property which he relinquished in the exchange.
The character of the gain or loss to the partnership is determined by the character of the distributed property treated as sold or exchanged by the partnership. In computing the partners' distributive shares of such gain or lossthe gain or loss shall be allocated only to partners other than the distributee and separately taken into account under section a 8. The amount of the distributee partner 's income or loss shall be measured by the difference between his adjusted basis for the section property relinquished in the exchange including any special basis adjustment which he may haveand the fair market value of other property including money received by him in exchange for his interest in the section property which he has relinquished.
The distributee partner 's adjusted basis for the section property relinquished is the basis such property would have had under section including subsection d thereof if the distributee partner had received such property in a current distribution immediately before the actual distribution which is treated wholly or partly as a sale or exchange under section b.
The distribution of such property is governed by the rules set forth in sections throughrelating to distributions by a partnership. Payments to a retiring partner or to a deceased partner 's successor in interest for his interest in unrealized receivables of the partnership in excess of their partnership basis, including any special basis adjustment for them to which such partner is entitled, constitute payments under section a and, therefore, are not subject to section b. However, payments under section b which are considered as made in exchange for an interest in partnership property are subject to section b to the extent that they involve an exchange of substantially appreciated inventory items for other property.
Thus, payments to a retiring partner or to a deceased partner 's successor in interest under section must first be divided between payments under section a and section b. The section b payments must then be divided, if there is an exchange of substantially appreciated inventory items for other propertybetween the payments treated as a sale or exchange under section b and payments treated as a distribution under sections through A partnership which distributes section property to a partner in exchange for his interest in other partnership propertyor which distributes other property in exchange for any part of the partner 's interest in section propertyshall submit with its return for the year of the distribution a statement showing the computation of any incomegain, or loss to the partnership under the provisions of section b and this paragraph.
The distributee partner shall submit with his return a statement showing the computation of any incomegain, or loss to him. Such statement shall contain information similar to that required under paragraph a 3 of this section.
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With respect to each item of partnership mining property so definedthe potential gain is the amount that would be treated as gain to which section d 1 would apply if at the time of the transaction described in section,oras the case may be the item were sold by the partnership at its fair market value. With respect to stock in such a DISC, the potential gain is the amount that would be treated as gain to which section c would apply if at the time of the transaction described in section,oras the case may be the stock were sold by the partnership at its fair market value.
With respect to each item of partnership section property as defined in section a 3potential gain from section property is the amount that would be treated as gain to which section a 1 would apply if at the time of the transaction described in section,oras the case may be the item of section property were sold by the partnership at its fair market value.
With respect to stock in such a foreign corporationthe potential gain is the amount that would be treated as gain to which section a would apply if at the time of the transaction described in section,oras the case may be the stock were sold by the partnership at its fair market value.
With respect to each item of partnership section property as defined in section cpotential gain from section property is the amount that would be treated as gain to which section a would apply if at the time of the transaction described in section,oras the case may be the item of section property were sold by the partnership at its fair market value.
With respect to each item of partnership farm recapture property so definedthe potential gain is the amount which would be treated as gain to which section c as in effect before enactment of the Tax Reform Act of would apply if at the time of the transaction described in section,oras the case may be the item were sold by the partnership at its fair market value.Search Within Search:.
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Subscribe to Expert Queries Feed.The brief facts of the case are that the sole appellant, namely, Ratanu has been charged under Section of the Penal Code, and convicted and sentenced to R.
Initially, five accused persons were sent up for trial, however, other accused persons were acquitted on the ground that the informant has not named them as accused in her fardbeyan.
The witness, namely, Uday Purty PW-4 was declared hostile. Dr Sukanta Sheet PW-5, conducted the post-mortem examination and found major injuries on Prabodh Dhanwar which were ante-mortem in nature caused by sharp and blunt objects.
Aggrieved by the impugned judgment, the present appeal was filed. It further relied on the judgment titled Bhimapa Chandappa Hosamani v. State of Karnataka11 SCCthe Supreme Court observed that before conviction of an accused is recorded on the basis of testimony of a single witness it must be found that testimony of such a witness is of such sterling quality that it leaves no doubt about the complicity and involvement of the accused in the crime.
The prosecution has projected Anjela Dhanwar, daughter of the deceased, as an eye witness whose conduct during the incident makes her testimony suspicious. State of M. Mishra JJ. The brief facts of the case are that the accused was charged under Section IPC for having given a single blow to deceased mother.
As per prosecution case, the accused and his wife quarreled and when mother intervened, the accused left the spot only to return later with a knife dealt a blow which struck to the right ear and the mother succumbed to her injuries.
On investigation, accused was arrested, post mortem conducted and charge-sheet under Section IPC submitted and consequently the accused faced trial by the Court of Session. Defence took the plea of denial simplicitor and examined none. The trial court appreciated the evidence of doctor and eyewitnesses and found the death of deceased to be homicidal in nature convicted and sentenced the accused. Aggrieved by the impugned judgment has filed the instant petition. The counsel for the appellant, Ambika Prasad Ray, submitted that the manner in which the knife blow was inflicted to the mother is nothing but without premeditation and due to heat of passion, out of sudden quarrel and not in a cruel manner for which exception 4 of Section IPC is attracted.
The counsel for the respondent, Zafarullah, did not dispute the factum of quarrel but stated that no such plea was taken before the Trial Court. After carefully perusing the evidence on record and hearing all the witnesses from both sides, the Court observed that the accused son had no animosity with the deceased mother, rather the incident had the genesis of quarreling between accused and his wife for which it could be said that there was no premeditation and no motive.Self defense Law in Hindi - IPC Section 96 to 106 - By Ishan Sid
The Court further observed that the trial Court has committed error in not appreciating the law in the right perspective whereas the material in abundance proves that the offence committed is culpable homicide not amounting to murder as defined under Exception 4 of Section IPC and for that the accused is to be convicted under Section Part-I IPC instead of Section IPC. In view of the above, the appeal was allowed and sent back. Gavhane and T. Nalawade, JJ. The present appeal was filed to challenge the judgment and order of Sessions Judge that had passed conviction and sentence for offence punishable under Section A read with Section 34 of Penal Code,along with punishment under Section read with 34 IPC.
Facts of the case were that the deceased was married to accused 1 about five months before the incident. Later, dying declarations were recorded in which it was stated that since the marriage accused were harassing the deceased and asking her to bring Rs 10, from her parents.
On account of the same, the deceased was assaulted and harassed. Onaccused had beaten her by fist and kick blows and stick and on the morning ofher father-in-law and mother-in-law caught hold her and her husband poured kerosene on her person and set her on fire by lighting the match stick and thus attempted to commit her murder. Further, he stated that both the written dying declaration are not voluntary and trustworthy. APP submitted that there was no material to show that dying declarations were the result of the product of imagination, tutoring or prompting.
Looking to the defence of the accused and case of the prosecution it is to be seen whether the death of the deceased is homicidal, suicidal or accidental and if the death of deceased is homicidal whether the accused are responsible for causing burns to the deceased and to her death. Nothing was found in favour of the accused in the cross-examination of medical officer.
Court also noted that the contents of the dying declarations were not specifically put to the accused in the statement under Section CrPC and as such no opportunity was given to the accused to explain the circumstances appearing against them in both the dying declarations.