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Jan 22 2011 (HC)

Apex Laboratories Pvt. Ltd. Vs. Apex Formulations Pvt. Ltd.

Court : Chennai

Decided on : Jan-22-2011

..... above said provision, as far as the case on hand is concerned, since the suit was filed prior to the commencement of the present act, the earlier act will come to play. in this circumstance, the suit is adjourned to 25.04.2011 enabling the respondent/defendant to comply with the statutory ..... apex and the said matter is pending before the registrar who is authority to decide the said right as per the provisions of the trade marks act and therefore, once the mark is registered in favour of the defendant, the infringement proceeding is not maintainable therefore, the present proceeding is required ..... the registration of the plaintiffs trade mark as invalid before this court, the statutory direction as enshrined in section 124(1)(b)(ii) of the act has to be complied with.5. contending on the other side of the coin, mr.a.a. mohan, the learned counsel for the respondent/ ..... is appropriate to stay further proceedings of the case. it is her further contention that as per section 124(1) (a) of the trade marks act, 1999, registration of the plaintiff's trade mark has been challenged as invalid in the written statement specifically, that even the defendant in the written statement ..... 17.4.2004 before the registrar of trade marks for registration of its corporate name 'apex formulations pvt. ltd.' under the trade and merchandise marks act, 1958 under application no.1003963 in class 5 claiming user since 31.12.1998. against the said application, the applicant has filed necessary opposition proceedings .....

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Jan 24 2011 (HC)

Gyanchand Verma Vs. Sudhakar B. Pujari and ors.

Court : Mumbai

Decided on : Jan-24-2011

..... u.k. the power to investigate crime is statutory. a notified officer is entitled to investigate an offence in accordance with the provisions of the criminal procedure code read with the police act or the manual, as the case may. the exercise of statutory power has to be lawful and free of malice or unfairness. the power must be exercised in good ..... of judicature at bombay(criminal appellate jurisdiction)criminal writ petition no.3143 of 2009mr.gyan chand verma703, redwood, marigold premiseskalyani nagar,pune 411 014...petitionerversus1) shri sudhakar b. pujarisenior police inspector,kole kalyan welfare andtraining centre, kalina.2) the state of maharashtra.3) the director generalanti corruption bureau,maharashtra,madhu industrial estate,pandurang budhkar marg,worli, mumbai...respondentsmr. ..... of inquiry and another[air 1989 sc 714]. the committee in that case decided to examine the conduct of the police officers including ms. kiran bedi and jinder singh as falling under section 8b of the commissions of inquiry act, 1952, and they were required to appear in the witness box for cross examination at the very inception of inquiry ..... identification parade of the accused or the articles of crime or recording dying declaration under section 32 of evidence act.15. the focal point of discussion from the above backdrop is as to whether the charge sheets including supplementary police reports are vitiated by the alleged mala fides on the part of either the informant or the investigating officer .....

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Jan 24 2011 (HC)

Thakor Mafaji Nagarji. Vs. State of Gujarat.

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-24-2011

..... dated 21.11.2009 passed by sub-divisional magistrate, patan is confirmed.2. the above orders have been passed under the provisions of section 56a and 60 of th bombay police act.3. the petitioner-extern is ordered to be extend from patan, mehsana, banaskantha and gandhinagar districts for a period of two years by order dated 21.11.2009 passed by .....

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Jan 24 2011 (TRI)

M/S Kusalava Finance Ltd., Rep. by Its Manager Sri K. Koteswara Rao Vs ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Jan-24-2011

..... they had collected the installments amount from the complainant for and on behalf of the opposite party no.1, sec.11(c) of the c.p.act would come into operation whereunder the cause of action conferring jurisdiction on the district forum is provided for. therefore, any question relating to the jurisdiction aspect ..... their part. 3. the opposite party no.1 has contended that as a counter blast to the proceedings initiated under sec.138a of the negotiable instruments act, the complainant has filed the complaint. it was contended that the complainant had impleaded the opposite party no.2 as the branch office of the opposite ..... towards full and final settlement of his loan account was dishonored for insufficient funds in his account. the opposite party no.1 initiated proceedings under sec.138a of ni act. 2. the complainant contended that he has paid `1,07,850/- to sm cars, chennai and the opposite parties instead of a sum of `92,000 ..... no.3 to 5 from the complainant for and on behalf of the opposite party no.1. 10. section 11 of the c.p.act deals with the jurisdiction of the district forum and it reads as under: 11.jurisdiction of the district forum. ??(1) subject to the other provisions ..... of this act, the district forum shall have jurisdiction to entertain complaints where the value of the goods or services and the compensation, if any, claimed ''does .....

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Jan 24 2011 (HC)

Bharatkumar Mohanbhai MankadiA. Vs. Gujarat Industrial Development Cor ...

Court : Gujarat

Decided on : Jan-24-2011

..... to other 12 'otp' candidates, the learned advocate for the petitioner submitted that, the applicant will have to collect that information by filing an application under the right to information act.4.1 be that as it may, the petitioner may approach this court after collecting necessary information.5. at this juncture, the learned advocate for the petitioner submitted that, a .....

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Jan 25 2011 (SC)

Durbal Vs. State of U.P.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Decided on : Jan-25-2011

..... in that night. in the early morning he got the information registered. at that time, ram awadh chaudhary (pw 8), the investigating officer, was present at the police station who having registered the first information report, proceeded to the scene of offence and commenced the investigation. he recorded statements of the witnesses and collected lantern and torches which ..... bhalas. on finding that the villagers were gathering at the scene of offence, the miscreants retreated and before turning away from the place of occurrence, they also opened fire. the police station, as per chik fir is about 20 kilometers away from the place of occurrence. kaldhari (pw 1) could not go to the ..... 1. this appeal under section 2(a) of the supreme court (enlargement of criminal appellate jurisdiction) act, 1970 is directed against the judgment of the high court of judicature at allahabad in criminal appeal no. 2514 of 1982 whereby the high court allowed the appeal preferred by .....

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Jan 25 2011 (HC)

Banwarilal Jalan Vs. Pramod Kumar Jalan

Court : Kolkata

Decided on : Jan-25-2011

..... decision of this court in the goods of indra chandra singh (deceased), saraswati dassi vs. the administrator-general of bengal reported in ilr 23 calcutta 580 in opposing the contention of mr. sarkar that this appeal is not maintainable. therefore, the first question that arises for determination in this ..... duress. on an appeal being preferred against such grant, the high court while exercising its appellate jurisdiction under section 299 of the indian succession act, allowed the appeal holding that the application for grant of letters of administration with a copy of the will was not maintainable in view ..... is a common order passed while disposing of two applications, one filed by the executor seeking direction under section 302 of the indian succession act and other, filed by the grandson/legatee seeking removal of the executor. 11. the learned single judge, although has not removed the executor ..... executor to carry out that desire without considering the consequence thereof. his lordship further held that by the provisions of west bengal premises tenancy act, 1997, the transfer of tenancy is not prohibited although such transfer without consent of the landlord will give a ground of eviction to the ..... the plaintiff from taking possession thereof. a further injunction was prayed for restraining the defendant nos. 2 to 4 in that suit from acting in a manner inconsistent with the plaintiffs entitlement to the tenancy right and a decree for recovery of possession from the landlord/trust in .....

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Jan 25 2011 (HC)

Yashdeep Trexim Vs. Board for Industrial and Financial Reconstruction ...

Court : Kolkata Appellate

Decided on : Jan-25-2011

..... " means a company formed and registered under any of the previous companies laws specified below (a) any act or acts relating to companies in force before the indian companies act, 1866 and repealed by that act; (b) the indian companies act, 1866; (c) the indian companies act, 1882; (d) the indian companies act, 1913; (e) the registration of transferred companies ordinance, 1942; and (f) any law corresponding to any ..... before a court or tribunal can properly assume jurisdiction of a particular claim or dispute. this issue was never decided. on the authority of the decisions in kiran singh (supra), calcutta discount co. ltd. (supra) and ujjambai (supra), i am inclined to hold that whenever a question touching the jurisdiction of the subordinate tribunal to adjudicate a dispute is raised by ..... situation, departure might be warranted to avoid absurdity. the decisions in ramaswamy nadar v. the state of madras reported in air 1958 sc 56, commissioner of income tax, central 21 calcutta v. national taj traders reported in (1980) 1 scc 370, m/s. giridhari lal v. balbir nath mathur reported in air 1986 sc 1499, hameedia hardware stores v. b. mohan ..... .s.g. college of technology reported in air 1995 sc 1395. the decisions in kiran singh v. chaman paswan reported in air 1954 sc 340, calcutta discount co. ltd. v. income tax officer, companies district-i, calcutta reported in air 1961 sc 372 and ujjambai v. state of uttar pradesh reported in air 1962 sc 1621 were relied on to contend that .....

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Jan 27 2011 (HC)

The Oriental Insurance Co. Ltd. Vs. Sri. R. Vijayakumar. S/O. Late Sri ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jan-27-2011

..... court in the case of ramashray singh v. new india assurance co. ltd. and others reported in air 2003 sc 2877, wherein it is held as under : (a) motor vehicles act (59 of 1988), s. 147(l)(b), proviso - third party risk compensation limits of liability of insurance company- words 'any person' or passenger' occurring in s.147 - though are of .....

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Jan 27 2011 (HC)

Smt. Santi Banerjee and ors. Vs. Smt. Durgarani Chakraborty and ors.

Court : Kolkata Appellate

Decided on : Jan-27-2011

..... the strangertransferee can only exercise his right to possession.31. the other decision cited by the said learned advocate is the one reported atair 1955 calcutta 292 (hardhone haldar v- usha charan karmakar and others) and reference was made to paragraph 8 and 9 of the said reports. in paragraph ..... other factors are required to be considered therefor. 29. the other decision cited by the said learned advocate is the one reported atair 1950 calcutta 111(boto krishna ghose v-akhoy kumar ghose and others) in support of his contention that even if a member of a joint family transfers ..... get the suit property partitioned by metes and bounds through a commissioner. 9. the learned lower appellate court considered the decision reported at air 1972 calcutta 503(madan mohan ghosh and others v- sishu bala atta and others) and found that a holding may be constituted by undivided shares of a ..... made by theauthorities concerned in exercise of their statutory duties in accordance with the said act of 1932 and rules made thereunder. 19. another decision cited by the said learned advocate is the one reported atair 1972 calcutta 502(madan mohan ghosh and others v- sishu bala atta and others). he submitted ..... that such reported case cannot be of any assistance to the plaintiffs/ respondents since the said reported case was with regard to the scope of the right of pre emption under section 26-f of the bengal tenancy act .....

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