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Dec 16 2011 (HC)

Mohd. Haleem @ Sajid and Another Vs. Dr.ShafiuddIn Ali Ahmed and Anoth ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-16-2011

..... her and produced before the learned magistrate. ultimately, after examining the minor ward and also her grandparents, the learned magistrate has passed the following order: "police, trimulgherry produced the baby by name sheeka ali ahmed at 5.00 pm. on examination of both the persons and also baby, the baby has informed ..... the factors to be taken into account in considering the question of granting interim custody of minors pending consideration of applications under section 7 of the act. from the said judgment, it is clear that, ultimately, the welfare of the child is the paramount consideration for the purpose of giving interim custody ..... of the ward to retain the custody of the child, the hon'ble supreme court has held as under: "ordinarily, under the guardians and wards act, the natural guardians of the child have the right to the custody of the child, but that right is not absolute and the courts are expected ..... them. the grandfather and grandmother were also present and stated that they have given the baby for adoption. hence it shows there is no criminal act for kidnap of the child. if at all there is any dispute with regard to the ownership of the child both parties are directed to approach ..... , by the learned iii additional district jude, warangal. 2. the aforesaid o.p. is filed under the provisions of the guardians and wards act, 1890 (for short 'the act') for grant of custody of minor ward - baby shaika ali ahmed. pending adjudication of the claim in the said o.p., they filed .....

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Dec 16 2011 (HC)

Mohd. Haleem @ Sajid and Another Vs. Dr.ShafiuddIn Ali Ahmed and anr

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-16-2011

..... her and produced before the learned magistrate. ultimately, after examining the minor ward and also her grandparents, the learned magistrate has passed the following order: "police, trimulgherry produced the baby by name sheeka ali ahmed at 5.00 pm. on examination of both the persons and also baby, the baby has informed ..... the factors to be taken into account in considering the question of granting interim custody of minors pending consideration of applications under section 7 of the act. from the said judgment, it is clear that, ultimately, the welfare of the child is the paramount consideration for the purpose of giving interim custody ..... of the ward to retain the custody of the child, the hon'ble supreme court has held as under:"ordinarily, under the guardians and wards act, the natural guardians of the child have the right to the custody of the child, but that right is not absolute and the courts are expected ..... them. the grandfather and grandmother were also present and stated that they have given the baby for adoption. hence it shows there is no criminal act for kidnap of the child. if at all there is any dispute with regard to the ownership of the child both parties are directed to approach ..... by the learned iii additional district jude, warangal.2. the aforesaid o.p. is filed under the provisions of the guardians and wards act, 1890 (for short 'the act') for grant of custody of minor ward baby shaika ali ahmed. pending adjudication of the claim in the said o.p., they filed i .....

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Dec 16 2011 (HC)

Mohd. Haleem Sajid, So.M.A.Lateef, an Vs. Dr.ShafiuddIn Ali Ahmed and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-16-2011

..... her and produced before the learned magistrate. ultimately, after examining the minor ward and also her grandparents, the learned magistrate has passed the following order: "police, trimulgherry produced the baby by name sheeka ali ahmed at 5.00 pm. on examination of both the persons and also baby, the baby has informed ..... the factors to be taken into account in considering the question of granting interim custody of minors pending consideration of applications under section 7 of the act. from the said judgment, it is clear that, ultimately, the welfare of the child is the paramount consideration for the purpose of giving interim custody ..... of the ward to retain the custody of the child, the hon'ble supreme court has held as under: "ordinarily, under the guardians and wards act, the natural guardians of the child have the right to the custody of the child, but that right is not absolute and the courts are expected ..... them. the grandfather and grandmother were also present and stated that they have given the baby for adoption. hence it shows there is no criminal act for kidnap of the child. if at all there is any dispute with regard to the ownership of the child both parties are directed to approach ..... by the learned iii additional district jude, warangal.2. the aforesaid o.p. is filed under the provisions of the guardians and wards act, 1890 (for short 'the act') for grant of custody of minor ward baby shaika ali ahmed. pending adjudication of the claim in the said o.p., they filed i .....

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Dec 12 2011 (TRI)

Mahanthi Lakshmana Rao and Another Vs. State Bank of India Rep. by Bra ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Dec-12-2011

..... maturity of the policy is 6-09-2021. no paid up value or maturity benefits are available under the policy except the exemption under section 80 of the income tax act,1881. after the insurance policy is issued , premium cannot be refunded nor policy can be cancelled. without disclosing the pendency of complaint before the banking ombudsman, the appellants filed the .....

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Dec 09 2011 (HC)

Greater Hyderabad Municipal Employees

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-09-2011

..... individual household towards service charge. it also authorizes collection of similar service charges from the commercial establishments as per the guidelines of the commissioner. under section 197 of the ghmc act, 1955, the corporation can impose certain taxes like- tax on lands and buildings; octroi; tax on vehicles; taxes on animals and boats; taxes on advertisements; tax on ..... agency to collect money from household people or from commercial establishments for the primary collection of garbage. according to the learned counsel, there is no provision under the ghmc act, 1955 providing for imposing service charge on the household people or commercial establishments either by ghmc or by a private agency authorized by the municipal corporation. the learned ..... must relate to the municipalities or panchayats as mentioned in the definition.18. in exercise of the powers conferred by sections 3, 6 and 25 of the environment (protection) act, 1986, the central government made the msw rules, 2000 to regulate the management and handling of msws. by virtue of these rules, every municipality is responsible for collection, ..... clear that either the municipal servants or the contractors can be entrusted the work of scavenging and cleansing in all streets and premises. therefore, under chapter xiv of the act, the commissioner can discharge his functions with regard to sanitary provisions through municipal servants or entrusting the same to the contractors. the contention of the learned counsel for .....

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Dec 07 2011 (HC)

K.K. Venkata Ratnam and 2 Others Vs. the State of A.P., Rep.by Its Pub ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-07-2011

..... first class, eluru. the complaint was lodged on 15.04.2008. the learned ii additional judicial magistrate of first class, eluru referred the same to police for investigation under section 156 (3), criminal procedure code. the learned senior counsel for the second respondent indirectly pointed out that the fir was automatically issued once the ..... dishonest intention envisaged under section 420 ipc is to induce the deceived person to deliver any property or to perform such other functions as mentioned under the act. as already pointed out by me, the person effected by the false recitals in the sale deed is the second petitioner. i am afraid that ..... action for the present complaint is the execution of a sale deed by the first petitioner in favour of the second petitioner with the third petitioner acting as an identifying witness and that the cause of action for the civil cases in o.s.no.805 of 1973, o.s.no.208 ..... v. state of andhra pradesh and another1. that was a case where an allegation was made against the accused u/s.138 of the negotiable instruments act. the payee invoked arbitral proceedings. considering that already, action was initiated against the drawer of the cheque, this court quashed the complaint lodged by the ..... favour of the second petitioner in respect of the ac.2.74 cents of land covered by o.s.no.805 of 1973. the third petitioner acted as the attesting witness for the sale deed. on 02.07.2004, pattadar passbooks were issued in favour of the second petitioner on the basis .....

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Dec 05 2011 (TRI)

Canara Bank, Shivajinagar Branch, Nizamabad Rep.by Its Branch Manager ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Dec-05-2011

..... to the first respondent by registered post on 16-08-2008 who is entitled to initiate proceedings against the drawer of the cheque under section 138 of the negotiable instruments act in addition to other civil remedies available. 7. it is contended that the first respondent re-presented the cheque on 20-09-2008 and it was sent on the same .....

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Dec 05 2011 (HC)

V. Revathi Vs. the State of A.P, Rep. by Public Prosecu

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-05-2011

..... out of the transaction believing that she would not get any amounts in view of her default. she says that when she signed in ex.p-1 in the police station, 20 to 25 persons were present. p.w-2 joined as subscriber in the chit transaction run by a-1 of the value of rs.50,000/-. ..... 1,00,000/- payable in 20 equal monthly instalments. she paid 15 monthly instalments to a-1. she is the person who gave ex.p-1 report to the police. ex.p-1 contains signatures of p.w-1 and others. she turned hostile to the prosecution. as per ex.p-1 report, the accused evaded to pay ..... total denial and not guilty. during trial in the lower court, the prosecution examined the depositors/subscribers of the chit as p.ws 1 to 18 and the police officers as p.ws 19 and 20 and marked exs.p-1 to p-13; and exs.d-1 to d-3 were marked on behalf of the accused ..... central government or a banking company as defined under clause (c) of section 5 of the banking regulation act, 1949, (central act 10 of 1949). pothani chandrasheker v. state of a.p.1 and p. lakshmi narayana reddy v. commissioner of police, hyderabad city police2 of this court did not render any help or assistance to this court in understanding ..... the purport under section 2(b) of the 1999 act. the said pronouncements of this court deal with the question whether a chit fund company being .....

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Nov 29 2011 (TRI)

M/S. Navya Chaitanya Housing (P) Ltd., Rep. by Its Managing Director V ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Nov-29-2011

..... record that the opposite party did not cancel the membership of the complainant nor refunded the amount and therefore the cause of action as per article 54 of the limitation act is continuing as the date of limitation begins from the date on which the agreement is cancelled which in the instant case did not take place. therefore we are of ..... notice was sent to the opposite party it was returned as ??addressee left without instructions. it is the last known address and as per section 28(a) of c.p.act notice is served on the last known address and there are no instructions given by the opposite party, it is deemed to be served. except for stating that the company .....

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Oct 12 2011 (TRI)

Sri Madhula Kasi Rao and Another Vs. Sri M.Maheswara Rao and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Oct-12-2011

..... in kapula uppada panchayat of bheemunipatnam mandal. exs.a1 and a2 are dt.27.2.02. the 6th opp.party arrayed herein is the police officers association and opp.parties 1 to 3 are the president, secretary and treasurer respectively of this association. opposite parties 4 and 5 are ..... /- each to the complainants opposite parties 1 to 3 and5filed counter denying the allegations made by the complainants and contending that employees of the police department formed an association for the welfare of the employees. fourth opposite party as president of the said association collected an amount of rs.44 ..... complainants are in peaceful possession and enjoyment of the said sites from the date of purchase. on 27.2.2002 opp.party no.4 representing police officers association, visakhapatnam as its president and other opp.parties received a sum of rs.44,000/- each from the complainants (stating that rs. ..... h) to (j) it is therefore to be held that such obligation constitutes ??service ?? and comes within the meaning of section 2(o) of the act. the execution of sale deed being an integral part is also ??service ? . from the afore mentioned judgement we are of the considered opinion that it ..... to form a new society to take care of the welfare of the police personnel and accordingly a new society was formed with name and style as ??visakha city police housing colony residential welfare association ? registered under societys act and opp.parties 1 to 3 were elected as president, secretary and treasurer .....

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