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Oct 18 2001

Valliappa Software Technological Park (Private) Limited Vs. C. Sundara ...

  • Decided on : 18-Oct-2001

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2002KAR1476; 2002(1)KarLJ358

... Court below submitted. Bangalore City Civil Courts Act, 1979 provides for establishment of City Civil Courts at Bangalore. The City Civil Court is defined in Section 2(3), whereas Section 3(1) provides for establishment of City Civil Court for the City of Bangalore. Section 3(2) provides that such a City Civil Court shall consist of a Principal City Civil Judge and other City Civil Judges as the State Government may in consultation of the High Court ... Act. Therefore, it is clear that a Court of Small Causes or any Civil Court of grade inferior to the Principal City Civil Court has no jurisdiction to entertain arbitration matters.10. The Bangalore City Civil Courts Act of 1979 (for short, 'BCCC Act') provides for the establishment of the City Civil Court in the City of Bangalore. Section 2(2) of the BCCC Act defines the area of the City of Bangalore and Section 2(3) defines City Civil Court meaning the Court ... City Civil Courts constituted under the Act are deemed to be Principal City Civil Courts of original jurisdiction. The definition of Judge makes it clear that there is no difference between Principal City Civil Judge and City Civil Judge of the City Civil Court.11. However, only one Principal City Civil Judge is constituted and other Judges who preside over the City Civil Court would be Additional Judges. Section 5 of the Bangalore City Civil Courts Act ...

Jun 13 2000

A. Byanna Vs. Ramakrishnappa and others

  • Decided on : 13-Jun-2000

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 2001(3)KarLJ28

... City of Bangalore' means the area for the time being included for the Metropolitan area comprising the Bangalore City declared in the Section 8 of the Cr. P.C., 1973 (Central Act 2 of 1974)'. City of Bangalore is also defined by sub-section (aa) of Section 2 of the Karnataka Civil Courts Act, 1964 (Act of 1964). City of Bangalore shall have the meaning assigned to it in the Bangalore City Civil Courts Act ... Civil Courts Act, 1964 (Act of 1964). City of Bangalore shall have the meaning assigned to it in the Bangalore City Civil Courts Act,1979.8. The said map published by the Government of Karnataka under its Notification No. LAW 247, LCI 8037, dated 10-11-1980 indicates that the suit village 'Horamavu Agara' is located within the territorial limits of the jurisdiction of the Bangalore City Civil Court ... Bangalore City Civil and Sessions Court published by the Government for the purpose of fixing the territorial jurisdiction of the Bangalore City Civil Court as defined by sub-section (aa) under Section 2 of the Bangalore City Civil Courts Act, 1979, contended that the finding of the Court ...

Jan 14 1999

Sathya Shree Vs. M. Kumreshan

  • Decided on : 14-Jan-1999

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 1999(5)KarLJ540

... Civil Court of original jurisdiction. Hierarchy of the Courts for administration of justice had been created by the Constitution of the Courts under the Karnataka Civil Courts Act, as well as by Bangalore City Civil Court Act with respect to the City of Bangalore. Karnataka State legislature enacted Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979. Section 3 of the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979 provides for the establishment of a City Civil Court for the City of Bangalore. The City Civil Court under sub-section (3) of Section 2 of the Bangalore City Civil Court Act ... Courts for administration of justice had been created by the Constitution of the Courts under the Karnataka Civil Courts Act, as well as by Bangalore City Civil Court Act with respect to the City of Bangalore. Karnataka State legislature enacted Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979. Section 3 of the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979 provides for the establishment of a City Civil Court for the City of Bangalore. The City Civil Court under sub-section (3) of Section 2 of the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979, means the Court ...

Mar 13 1987

Deepak Agencies Vs. Seethalakshmi Hall Flour Mills

  • Decided on : 13-Mar-1987

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1987KAR1349

... Bangalore City Civil Courts Act, 1979 (in short 'the Act of 1979'). Section 3 of the Act of 1979 provides that as from the appointed date there shall be a City Civil Court for the City of Bangalore. With effect from the date of establishment of the City Civil Court, the District Courts, the Courts of the Civil Judges and the Munsiff's Courts established under the Karnataka Civil Courts Act, 1964 (Karnataka Act 21 of 1964) within the City of Bangalore ... City of Bangalore under the provisions of the Bangalore City Civil Courts Ordinance, 1979, with effect from 16-11-1979. The Ordinance was replaced by the Bangalore City Civil Courts Act, 1979 (in short 'the Act of 1979'). Section 3 of the Act of 1979 provides that as from the appointed date there shall be a City Civil Court for the City of Bangalore. With effect from the date of establishment of the City Civil Court, the District Courts, the Courts of the Civil ... City Civil Court was established for the City of Bangalore under the provisions of the Bangalore City Civil Courts Ordinance, 1979, with effect from 16-11-1979. The Ordinance was replaced by the Bangalore City Civil Courts Act, 1979 (in short 'the Act of 1979'). Section 3 of the Act of 1979 provides that as from the appointed date there shall be a City Civil Court for the City of Bangalore. With effect from the date of establishment of the City Civil Court ...

Jul 11 1990

Arun Enterprises Vs. Karnataka Agro Industries Corporation Ltd.

  • Decided on : 11-Jul-1990

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1991KAR2435

... Civil Courts Act, 1964 (hereinafter referred to as the Civil Courts Act). Consequently, the Courts existing in Bangalore City were also governed by the Civil Courts Act. However, on 27-11-1980, Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979 (hereinafter referred to as the City Civil Court Act) came into force. The operation of the Section 18(1) of the City Civil Courts Act excluded the operation of the Civil Courts Act in so far it covered the City of Bangalore. In Sub-section (2) of Section 1 of the Civil Courts Act ... City Civil Court. Our reasons are as follows:-2. Prior to 27-11-1980, the entire State of Karnataka was governed by the Karnataka Civil Courts Act, 1964 (hereinafter referred to as the Civil Courts Act). Consequently, the Courts existing in Bangalore City were also governed by the Civil Courts Act. However, on 27-11-1980, Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979 (hereinafter referred to as the City Civil Court Act) came into force. The operation of the Section 18(1) of the City Civil Courts Act ... Bangalore City Civil Court Act had not been taken note of. Therefore, we directed the appeal to be posted 'for being spoken to' on 10-7-1990. It was also pointed out to the learned Counsel appearing for both sides that as the effect of Section 18(1) of the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979 and the words 'law for the time being in force in the City of Bangalore ...

Nov 22 2007

M.V. Ramachandrasa and Anr. Vs. Prakash Chand and Anr.

  • Decided on : 22-Nov-2007

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 2008(1)KarLJ454; 2008(1)KCCR214; 2008(1)AIRKarR535; 2008(2)ICC569; 2008AIHC(NOC)459(Kar)

... Section 12 of the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979, by itself does not absolve the District Court exercising jurisdiction under Section 24 and for passing orders under Section 24 of the Code, the duties and responsibilities imposed on the District Court to consider such a petition on the relevant aspects and the need for transferring the suits sought to be transferred to other Court. While no awareness ... this Court has observed while ordering W.P. No. 3799 of 2000 and while examining rejection of an application filed under Section 10 in O.S. No. 2386 of 2005 that the writ petitioner would have possible regards to the provisions of Section 24 of the CPC or Section 12 of the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979, by itself does not absolve the District Court exercising ... Court of Principal City Civil and Sessions Judge, Bangalore in Miscellaneous No. 320 of 2007, on the file of that Court, a petition under Section 24 of the Code of Civil Procedure, 1908 filed by the respondents and as such petition is allowed under the impugned order and the Original Suit Nos. 333 and 334 of 2005 were transferred from the Court of CCH XIII to the City Civil Court ... Original Suit Nos. 333 and 334 of 2005 were transferred from the Court of CCH XIII to the City Civil Court-XXVII, transfer is on the premise that Original Suit No. 2683 of 2005 instituted by the defendants in O.S. Nos. 333 and 334 of 2005 were pending before the transferred Court and that the defendants in O.S. No. 2683 of 2005 were ...

Oct 12 2006

Smt. Sujatha Narayana and Ors. Vs. Smt. Leela Ramakrishna and Ors.

  • Decided on : 12-Oct-2006

Court : Karnataka

... Act.8. Since the pecuniary jurisdiction of the City Civil Court is not questioned, the issue on the point of determination of Court fee can be tried along with other issues. Further, Section 11 of the CFSV Act, 1958 was made keeping in view the pecuniary jurisdiction of the then Munsiff (now Civil Judge (Junior Division)) and Civil Judge (now Civil Judge (Senior Division)). But, after the Bangalore City Civil Court Act ... City Civil Court is not questioned, the issue on the point of determination of Court fee can be tried along with other issues. Further, Section 11 of the CFSV Act, 1958 was made keeping in view the pecuniary jurisdiction of the then Munsiff (now Civil Judge (Junior Division)) and Civil Judge (now Civil Judge (Senior Division)). But, after the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979 came into force, Section 11 of the CFSV Act ... Court fee can be tried along with other issues. Further, Section 11 of the CFSV Act, 1958 was made keeping in view the pecuniary jurisdiction of the then Munsiff (now Civil Judge (Junior Division)) and Civil Judge (now Civil Judge (Senior Division)). But, after the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979 came into force, Section 11 of the CFSV Act has not been amended. Therefore, there is no bar for the Court ...

Nov 10 1987

Syed Abdul Wadood and etc. Vs. State of Karnataka and Anr., etc.

  • Decided on : 10-Nov-1987

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR1988Kant194; ILR1987KAR3679; 1987(3)KarLJ549

... Court, Bangalore City. He seeks a declaration that Courts of Small Causes, Bangalore City, have no jurisdiction, under the Karnataka Small Cause Courts Act, 1964,under the Act or under the Bangalore City Civil Courts Act, 1978 to try HRC cases under S. 21 of the Act. He further seeks a declaration that S. 29(4) of the Act ... City of the State. Apart from this, Bangalore has attracted several big industries. Its population is ever-growing, bringing with it, the problem of housing, the vast number. The constitution of subordinate courts for Bangalore City, is governed by Bangalore City Civil Courts Act. The Litigants of Bangalore are subject of special legislation with different kinds of Courts to entertain their civil ... courts for Bangalore City, is governed by Bangalore City Civil Courts Act. The Litigants of Bangalore are subject of special legislation with different kinds of Courts to entertain their civil disputes.12. Having regard to its peculiar position and its problems, law has provided for an early culmination of the litigation by vesting the revisional jurisdiction in the High Court itself under the Act ...

Jul 30 1987

Ramachandran Vs. Khaleeq Ahmed

  • Decided on : 30-Jul-1987

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1988KAR265

... City Civil Court, which alone was competent to execute the orders of eviction.9. Section 3(d) of the K.R.C. Act reads as :'(d) 'Court' means,-(i) in respect of the area comprised within the limits of the City of Bangalore as defined in the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, the Court of Small Causes;'Therefore, under the K.R.C. Act, so far as the Bangalore City is concerned, it is only the Court ... Act, though filed in the Court of Small Causes, should be transferred to the regular City Civil Court, which alone was competent to execute the orders of eviction.9. Section 3(d) of the K.R.C. Act reads as :'(d) 'Court' means,-(i) in respect of the area comprised within the limits of the City of Bangalore as defined in the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, the Court ... Court of Small Causes, should be transferred to the regular City Civil Court, which alone was competent to execute the orders of eviction.9. Section 3(d) of the K.R.C. Act reads as :'(d) 'Court' means,-(i) in respect of the area comprised within the limits of the City of Bangalore as defined in the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, the Court of Small Causes;'Therefore, under the K.R.C. Act ...

Jan 11 1983

K.N. Panjawani Vs. T.N.K. Nayar and Anr.

  • Decided on : 11-Jan-1983

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR1984Kant140

... City Civil' Court in Bangalore City and the District Courts in the mofussil places are the only Courts of ordinary original civil jurisdiction. These two provisions would show that even by implication this Court cannot be considered to be a Court of ordinary original civil jurisdiction.16. Then the learned counsel Shri Devadas contended that the Karnataka Civil Courts Act, 1964, and the Bangalore City Civil Courts Act ... Court. The business of this Court is regulated by Karnataka Act 5 of 1962. Whatever be the extraordinary situation, this Court cannot assume to itself ordinary original civil jurisdiction. Therefore. the said argument advanced by Shri Devadas also fails.18. Before parting with this case, I would like to say a few words. Unfortunately under the Bangalore City Civil Court Act, 1979 and the Karnataka Civil Courts Act ... Court of ordinary original civil jurisdiction.16. Then the learned counsel Shri Devadas contended that the Karnataka Civil Courts Act, 1964, and the Bangalore City Civil Courts Act, 1979, do not make any provision for the appointment of a vacation Judge during winter vacation and Dasara vacation. Thus, according to him the extraordinary situation arising on account of not providing for a vacation Judge by the said Acts ...

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