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Ramaswami Udayar and ors. Vs. Sevu Rama Aru Ramanathan Chettiar - Court Judgment

LegalCrystal Citation
SubjectCivil
CourtChennai
Decided On
Reported in(1942)1MLJ291
AppellantRamaswami Udayar and ors.
RespondentSevu Rama Aru Ramanathan Chettiar
Excerpt:
- - sivaramakrishna aiyar has contended that he was entitled to make the present application for leave to appeal to the privy council under sections 109 and 110 of the civil procedure code on the ground that he was entitled-as a matter of right to appeal under clauses (a) and (b) of section 109. we are clearly of opinion that the orders in question were not orders passed on appeal within the meaning of section 109 (a) and it is not shown how they fell under section 109 (b). the only clause on which the applicant can seek to rely in support of his application is section 109 (c) and we are definitely of the opinion that this is not a fit case in which we could grant our, certificate for leave to appeal to the privy council.order1. this is an application for leave to appeal to his majesty in council against the orders passed on two applications, namely, c.m.p. no. 5641 of 1940 (s.e. no. 29098 of 1940) and c.m.p. no, 5629 of 1940. c.m.p. no. 5629 of 1940, was an application to excuse the delay by deducting the time taken in c.m.a. nos. 643 and 644 of 1938 on the file of the high court in computing the time for the application for rehearing of a.s. no. 99 of 1936 on the file of the high court. c.m.p. no. 641, was an application to set aside the ex parte decree passed in the appeal against the applicants and for rehearing the said appeal. on application no. 5629 of 1940, we passed the following order:we see no reason to interfere. dismissed.2. by reason of this order we thought it unnecessary to pass any orders.....
Judgment:
ORDER

1. This is an application for leave to appeal to His Majesty in Council against the orders passed on two applications, namely, C.M.P. No. 5641 of 1940 (S.E. No. 29098 of 1940) and C.M.P. No, 5629 of 1940. C.M.P. No. 5629 of 1940, was an application to excuse the delay by deducting the time taken in C.M.A. Nos. 643 and 644 of 1938 on the file of the High Court in computing the time for the application for rehearing of A.S. No. 99 of 1936 on the file of the High Court. C.M.P. No. 641, was an application to set aside the ex parte decree passed in the appeal against the applicants and for rehearing the said appeal. On application No. 5629 of 1940, we passed the following order:

We see no reason to interfere. Dismissed.

2. By reason of this order we thought it unnecessary to pass any orders on C.M.P. No. 5641 of 1940. Mr. Sivaramakrishna Aiyar has contended that he was entitled to make the present application for leave to appeal to the Privy Council under Sections 109 and 110 of the Civil Procedure Code on the ground that he was entitled-as a matter of right to appeal under Clauses (a) and (b) of Section 109. We are clearly of opinion that the orders in question were not orders passed on appeal within the meaning of Section 109 (a) and it is not shown how they fell under Section 109 (b). The only clause on which the applicant can seek to rely in support of his application is Section 109 (c) and we are definitely of the opinion that this is not a fit case in which we could grant our, certificate for leave to appeal to the Privy Council. The application is dismissed with costs.


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