Court : Delhi
Decided on : Sep-04-1998
Reported in : 1998VIAD(Delhi)91; 4(1998)CLT313; 75(1998)DLT420; 1999(48)DRJ161
..... . in view of clear position of law and according to section 18 of the hindu adoption and maintenance act, 1956, a hindu wife is entitled to maintenance etc. the said section is set out as under:'18. maintenance of wife.: (1) subject to the provisions of this section, a hindu wife, whether married before or after the commencement of this act, shall be entitled to be maintained by her husband during ..... her lifetime. (2) a hindu wife shall be entitled to live separately ..... expenses : rs. 2,000 per month domestic help : rs. 1,800 per month conveyance : rs. 1,000 per month telephone : rs. 350 per month electricity : rs. 400 per month water charges : rs. 50 per month house hold furnishing : rs. 100 per month miscellaneous & other out of pocket expenses : rs. 1,800 per month ----------- total : rs. 12,000 per month -----------22 ..... islam.14. it is also mentioned in the written statement that the defendant offered the plaintiff to embrace islam religion but when the plaintiff refused to do so, the defendant married another woman and started living with her. on 27.5.1993 a son was born out of the new wedlock. it is mentioned that all belongings of the defendant .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Mar-17-1998
Reported in : 1998IIAD(Delhi)893; 72(1998)DLT461; 1998(45)DRJ210
..... respondents. secondly petitioners have no right in the house which exclusively belongs to respondent no.1. moreover, the proper course for the petitioner was to file a petition under the hindu adoption and maintenance act. 4. from the above facts it becomes clear that petitioners based their relief on two factors namely; (1) so far as petitioner no.1 is concerned it was on ..... aspects disposed of the application on extraneous consideration i.e. on account of petitioner no.1's lodging complaints against respondent no.2. petitioner no.1's lodging complaint under section 406/498-a and the allega-tion made by her in those petitions had nothing to do with the issue involved in the suit. moreover, whether the restraining order could ..... expenditure in its construction. by the impugned order while disposing the interim application the trial court has in fact disposed of the suit when he advised the petitioners to approach for appropriate remedy under the hindu adoption and mainte-nance act, least forgetting that the claim was not only of petitioners'right of residence but also that the respondents be restrained from selling, transferring ..... no.1 then prima facie it has been made out by the petitioners. this could be proved after recording of the evidence. suffice it to say that at this stage when there were specific allegations that with her money second floor was raised the injunction should not have been rejected only on the ground that since the property stands in the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : May-01-1998
Reported in : 73(1998)DLT732
..... work, means a design which, when applied to an article, results in a reproduction of that work.'29. in the 1956 act there is no provision similar to section 15 of the copyright act, 1957. in the copyright act, 1956 (england) there is a provision similar to section 22 of english copyright act, 1911. perhaps the english parliament thought section 10 of the copyright act, 1956 would be sufficient in providing protection ..... collaboration with the plaintiffs or that defendants have manufactured the impugned travel case under license from the plaintiffs. the features of the system-4 deluxe range has been conceived, developed, adopted by the plaintiffs by themselves or through their subsidiaries or licensees and the plaintiffs who are the proprietors in the aesthetic appearance and other functional features of the travel case ..... term design had been used in copyright act, 1957 and how far the defendants are right in ..... into itself by reference some of the clauses of a formal act, the legal effect of that, as has often been held, is to write those sections into the new act as if they have been actually written in it with the pen, or printed in it.'27. thereforee, it has to be ascertained what is the meaning of the design and how the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Customs Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal CESTAT Delhi
Decided on : Sep-04-1998
Reported in : (1998)(62)ECC591
..... ; that is because the scheme of section 4a is quite different from the scheme of the notifications. section 4a rests on 'assessable value' though the formula adopted for arriving at such assessable value is quite different from the one adopted in section 4 of the act. to avoid disputes, as far as ..... prices at various trade levels so as to protect the interest of itc. interest of itc had two facets before march, 1983, namely, maintenance and improvement of sale volume, market share and contribution on the one hand and profit objective on the other. with the issue of notification ..... p. bilimoria explained the headings of various columns and stated that unit price referred to unit price charged by retailers and retailers' margin was calculated as per their price lists. when he was cross-examined for the appellants he stated that a81(f) was his document prepared as ..... or rates at which any fertiliser may be sold by a dealer...4. iron & steel clause 15. the controller may ...fix (control) order, 1956 the maximum prices at which any iron or steel may be sold.5. cotton (control) clause 3. the textile commissioner order, 1955. may fix ..... 4.5 croresitc, kidderpore 3 crores 3.5 croresitc, saharanpur 6.5 crores 8 croresitc, parel, bombay 1.5 crores 3 crores_______________________________________________________________ total: 27.5 crores 39 crores_______________________________________________________________ grand total: rs. 66.5 crores penalty has been imposed under rule 9(2) of the rules at the .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Delhi
Decided on : Jul-24-1998
Reported in : 102CompCas203(Delhi); 74(1998)DLT715; ILR1999Delhi41
..... of shares which is contrary to or inconsistent with the articles of association of the company. the question was answered by the supreme court in the light of section 82 of the companies act, 1956 (which defines the nature of shares and states that the shares or other interests of any member in a company shall be movable property transferable in the manner ..... 'baker' in its corporate name till the happening of the specified contingency. the second defendant has clearly taken benefit of the 'basic agreement' and this could only be possible by adopting the 'basic agreement'. 31. the defendants while questioning the validity of the 'basic agreement' have overlooked the fact that in case the 'basic agreement' is not binding on the ..... preclude confusion if the similarity between the marks is great (wincharger corpn. v. rinco, inc., 297 f2d 261 (ccpa 1962). 'the words 'sophisticated' and 'knowledgeable' are not talismans which, when invoked, act magically to dissipate a likelihood of confusion. it must also be shown how the purchasers react to trademarks, how observant and discriminating they are in practice, or that the decision ..... various clauses of the 'technical know-how agreement' i am unable to accept the contention raised on behalf of the defendants. the letter of baker hughes limited dated october 27,1994 addressed to the second defendant merely acknowledges the receipt of all the three installments of the technology fee as approved by the ministry of industry by their letter dated .....Tag this Judgment!