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Jan 15 1974 (HC)

Adusmilli Seethalakshmamma Vs. Yerneni Chalamaiah and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-15-1974

Reported in : AIR1974AP130

..... heading 'illustration', one finds a note as follows:---'madras state----in southern india the practice of allotting shares upon partition to females has long since become obsolete.'32. raghavachari on hindu law (sixth edition) at para 416 says:---'but the practice of allotting shares to females has, however, become obsolete in southern india.'33. it is relevant to notice some other observations ..... one another only in minor matters.15. broadly speaking, the dayabhaga school prevails in the rest of india. one of the main differences between these two principal schools of hindu law relates to the law of inheritance.16. likewise, the sub-schools of mitakshyara also differ between themselves in some matters of detail relating particularly to inheritance. there is no disagreement on any ..... by yajnavalkya.'when two smrutis disagree, that which follows equity guided by the people of old should prevail.'it is usual to talk of the existence of several schools of hindu law; but strictly speaking, there are only two schools; the dayabhaga and mitakshara, the others like dravida, the mithila, the benaras and the maharashtra schools, being really the sub-schools ..... the appellate authority does not rest its decision on the practice of allowing a share to the mother on partition having fallen into disuse for some centuries and that the ancient texts came to be modified by the influence of custom. even otherwise this view could not be maintained. the non-assertion of rights by the mother or the wife .....

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Jan 29 1974 (HC)

Verma Narasimha Rao Vs. the Superintendent of Excise, Krishna and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-29-1974

Reported in : AIR1974AP157

..... any such illicit distillation , we fail to understand as to how the petitioner can get absolved of his contractual and legal obligations. no provision of any law or authority was cited to us in support of this contention. 104. mr. ramakoti's contention was that there was delay in issuing the licence. therefore ..... a view to mitigate it loss. in an appropriate suit where such a question may arise, the court can always decide the same in accordance with law. that question, however. cannot be considered in a proceeding under article 226 of the constitution obviously because ordinarily the high court would not embark upon ..... treatment to the abovesaid two types of contracts wherein a particular sum is mentioned, the legislature has removed much of the cob-web of case law and situations decided by english courts in this regard. it avoids all the technicalities involved in england in the application of the equitable principle enjoining ..... purpose of the remedy available under rule 15 but is also meant for the purpose of recovery of compensation even under another remedy under the ordinary law for recovery of damages. in that respect, we find ourselves in agreement with the earlier referred to two decisions of this court. in regard ..... kemble) v. farren, (1829, 6 bing 141) , this though one of the most ancient instances is truly a corollary to the last test. whether it had its historical origin in the doctrine of the common law that when a promised to pay b a sum of money on a certain day and did .....

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Feb 14 1974 (HC)

State Vs. Gali Chalapathi Rao and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-14-1974

Reported in : 1974CriLJ1424

..... apparently against his contention in effect it is not so. he endeavours to take advantage of the observation that the object of section 167 is that the law does not favour detention in police custody except in special cases and that also for reasons to be stated by the magistrate in writing. so he ..... that such a person should be brought before a magistrate with as little delay as possible. the object of the section is two-fold, one that the law does not favour detention in police custody except in special cases and that also for reasons to be stated by the magistrate in writing, and secondly, ..... not recognised in a court under section 344 to entrust the accused to police custody if it becomes necessary.17. we may now refer to the case law which has a material bearing on this question. though many decisions are cited before us, we propose to deal only with such of those which we ..... 167 exceed twenty four hours exclusive of the time necessary for the journey from the place of arrest to the magistrate's court.the fact that the law, as stated by the code, requires that a person arrested without warrant should be produced before a magistrate at the earliest possible moment after the arrest, ..... . this criminal revision case has boon placed before us in a division bench on a reference made by our learned brother mukhtadar, j. the question of law that arises in the case and which has been argued before us at great length is whether the court has power and discretion, while remanding the accused .....

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Sep 20 1974 (HC)

Rayavarapu Koteswararao and ors. Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-20-1974

Reported in : 1975CriLJ754

..... agreed with the superintendent of police and the district collector in the recommendation that the quartering of punitive police force was 'absolutely essential for maintaining law and order in the village' as 'the village is in a disturbed state and the feelings are becoming acute day by day.' he, therefore ..... the inhabitants of the village. subsection (1) does not contemplate giving any such notice. it should always be borne in mind that maintenance of law and order and public order as well, are the primary functions and duties of the state. the state can function only through its officers. ..... appears that the principal contention . urged before the learned. single judge is that there was a denial of equal opportunity and equal protection of laws to the petitioners and, there was no reason to exempt the members of the opposite faction from payment of the tax. the learned judge pointed ..... and the other 12 factionists were responsible for the disturbed state of the village and they were squarely responsible for stationing punitive force to maintain law and order, which is the primary responsibility of the state. the apportionment was made on the basis of the property owned by them. so ..... . because of its political affiliation the reddi community was backed up with political executive and police force. being thus situated, the reddi community took law into their hands and had been committing several acts of violence resulting in number of criminal cases. one of them came up to this court .....

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Aug 06 1974 (HC)

Motilal Srinivasa Sarda Vs. the Netha Co-operative Spinning Mills Ltd.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-06-1974

Reported in : AIR1975AP169

..... the following passage:'it was settled in scotland in 1843 and has been the law in scotland and england that:--if one party to a contract repudiates it in the sense of making it clear to the other party that he refused or will refuse ..... and that therefore the plaintiff is entitled to damages.15. in ramier and bros. v. ramudu, air 1933 mad 176 at d. 178. it was observed:'in these cirsumstances, the law seems clear as laid down in frost v. knight, 41 lj ex 78:the promisee may treat the notice of intention (to renounce) as inoperative and await the time when ..... pointed out by their lordships that though the case before the house of lords was a scotish case, the law of scotland was not different on the matter from the english law and that the indian contract act closely followed the english common law in that matter.17. in pollock and mulla's indian contract act, ix edition at page 347. we find .....

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Apr 17 1974 (HC)

Harijander Singh Vs. Selection Committee, Kakatiya Medical College, Wa ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-17-1974

Reported in : AIR1975AP35

..... it awards.' the learned chief justice at page 882 lurcher observed :'the position as i see it is that the exact limits of the ancient remedy by way of certiorari have never been and ought not to be specifically defined. they have carried from time to time being extended ..... rightly decides that a private aided and affiliated college is amenable to writ jurisdiction whenever it acts in excess of jurisdiction, commits an error of law or violates principles of natural justice.54. in the later case under examination, the lecturer was temporarily appointed. she was not qualified to be ..... literally taken and mechanically followed. it has to be understood in the backdrop of various remedies and their scope and purpose in the administrative law. if they are literally taken and applied to all remedies and in all situations, then the tax or rate payers' cases challenging various ..... remedies justifies such an attitude.42. moreover, the important aspect of the writs enumerated in article 226 is that they belong exclusively to public law with the exception of habeas corpus. their primary object is to make the machinery of government and administrative tribunals and bodies work properly rather ..... unduly restrictive, nevertheless one has necessarily to analyse the implications of the learned lord's observation in order to appreciate the present state of law.30. we have seen that according to the learned lord 'whenever any body of persons having legal authority to determine questions affecting the rights .....

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Aug 14 1974 (HC)

M. Narayanaswami Vs. V. Yangatanna

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-14-1974

Reported in : AIR1975AP88

..... adopt is the one under order 16 and not the one under the proviso to order 3, rule 1 c. p. c. the court also observed that no court of law would be justified in ordering a party to appear in court on an application filed under orde: 3 rule 1 except for very good reasons. therefore, even according to this .....

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