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Feb 06 2012 (HC)

M/S Bhagyanagar Investments and Trading Pr Vs. the Sub-registrar, Cham ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-06-2012

..... the effect that the petitioners cann the question as to whether the limitation and other aspects covered by sections 4 to 6 of the wakf act would apply in relatio on the one hand, and the persons interested in the wakf, on the other, but not against the persons, who ..... , appoint for the state a survey commissioner of wakfs a (2) all additional and assistant survey commissioners of wakfs shall perform their functions under this act under the general (3) the survey commissioner shall, after making such inquiry as he may consider necessary, submit his report, in respect of w ..... the government. certain rights are conferred upon the persons, who are in enjoyment of the propert further, the publication of a notification under the wakf act is only a step to add statutory flavour to the rights, which a the petitioners submit that the notification dated 09-02-1989, published in ..... 2nd respondent, almost a decade thereafter does not have any bearing upon the rights, that are derived from learned senior counsel submits that the wakf act prescribed a detailed procedure to be followed, whenever a notification unde learned government pleader for revenue and sri m.a. mukheed, learned standing counsel ..... the nature and objects of each wakf; (c) the gross income of the property comprised in each wakf; (d) the amount of land revenue, cesses, rates and taxes payable in respect of each wakf; (e) the expenses incurred int eh realisation of the income and the pay or other remuneration of the mutawalli of each .....

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Sep 25 2012 (HC)

Mudapaka Malleswarao ( Died Per Lrs.) Vs. Chenchbinada Satyavathi and ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-25-2012

..... registered partition deed dated 16-2-1956, that the first defendant is his sister and her husband was a gold smith, that he had no property and no income and they were finding it difficult to make ends meet, that they were living in a rented house, that the plaintiff was sending money now and then, ..... evidence that the first defendant had constructed any buildings in the a schedule property with her money. he also contended that the provisions of benami transaction (prohibition) act 1988 are not applicable in respect of the b schedule property when there is ample oral and documentary evidence that the plaintiff had got the plaint schedule properties ..... that he does not know as to who obtained permission for construction of the house and compound wall in the suit land or about the payment of house tax to the suit house. p.w.3 stated that himself and the husband of the first defendant effected the partition between the plaintiff and other members of ..... x.3 the name of the plaintiff was mentioned as the owner and she cannot say who is in possession of the property and who is paying taxes to the municipality. she stated that ex.b.2 order was passed by the commissioner for approval of the construction of the compound wall and so also ..... the name of d.1, that the receipts will be prepared basing on the assessment register and that exs.b.27 to b.35 are the water tax receipts paid by the d.1 though the assessment was registered in the name of the plaintiff. p.w.5 is the son of the plaintiff and .....

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Oct 19 2012 (HC)

The Oriental Insurance Co. Ltd., Rep. by Vs. Doppalapudi Sujatha and O ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-19-2012

..... as compensation towards loss of consortium in her favour.31. the claimants accordingly are entitled to compensation at: (a) compensation towards ... rs.4,08,000/- loss of income and future expectancy of life (b) compensation towards ... 15,000/- loss of estate (c) compensation towards ... 2,000/- funeral expenses (d) compensation towards ... ..... loss of consortium in favour of the 1st claimant. the claimants accordingly are entitled to compensation at: (a) compensation towards ... rs.4,32,000/- loss of income and future expectancy of life (b) compensation towards ... 15,000/- loss of estate (c) compensation towards ... 2,000/- funeral expenses (d) compensation towards ... ..... accident. the eyewitness for the accident proper in both the cases is one and the same. the claims are also similar relating to agricultural income, milk vending and tractor management. the decisions relied upon by both sides also are common in both the cases. i therefore consider it appropriate ..... the deceased, the wife and parents of doppalapudi sida rao filed o.p.no.117 of 2001 under section 166 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 (the act, for short) and the rules thereunder claiming compensation at rs.10,00,000/-. the wife, the minor daughter and the parents of v ..... .radhakrishna murthy laid o.p.no.317 of 2001 under section 166 of the act claiming compensation at rs.10,00,000/- for the death of v.radhakrishna murthy.3. the eyewitness to the accident was examined as p .....

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Apr 16 2012 (HC)

T. Subramanyam and Others Vs. G.Bhaskar Hussainaiah and Another

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-16-2012

..... for the purpose of computing the compensation, in the absence of independent evidence adduced by the claimants about his income, i consider the income of the deceased at rs.3,000/- per month. his annual income comes to rs.3,000/- x 12 = rs.36,000/-. from this 1/3rd has to be ..... ignored the nature of proof contemplated regarding the involvement of the vehicle in the accident in claim cases under section 166 of the motor vehicles act. the finding recorded by the tribunal is contrary to the evidence on record and the appreciation of evidence by the learned tribunal is contrary to ..... involvement of the vehicle in the accident have to assess the evidence objectively and on broad probabilities of the case. in claim cases under motor vehicles act, summary procedure is contemplated to prove the respective versions of the parties. therefore, the victims, who are under a duty to prove the accident, ..... they give more importance to get the victim treated rather than to rush to the police station. under such circumstances, they are not expected to act mechanically with promptitude in lodging the fir with the police. delay in lodging the fir thus, cannot be the ground to deny justice to the victim ..... the first information report which approach is totally erroneous and uncalled for in an enquiry in claim case under section 166 of the motor vehicles act for which a summary procedure is contemplated. 11. the learned tribunal further expressed the view that as the report was lodged 45 days after the .....

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Nov 05 2012 (HC)

The Depot Manager, Apsrtc, Zaheerabad Bu Vs. 1. B. Narasimhulu and Ano ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-05-2012

..... that the employee has to assert on oath that he was neither employed nor engaged in any gainful business and that he did not have any income. in the absence of employee entering the witness box and denying on oath his employment during the period of his discharge from service, the learned ..... , in our view, is fallacious. in an application filed under section 2-a (1) read with sub-section (2) of a.p. industrial disputes act, 1987 before the labour court, the writ petitioner in paragraph 11 of his petition stated that he was out of employment and facing hardship to maintain himself and ..... it only prescribes the procedure for administering the oath, persons who can make an oath, forms of oath and affirmation etc., the provisions of the oaths act relate to proceedings before the courts and persons and authorities recognised therein. the apex court in m.veerabhadra rao v. tek chand4 held that the expression " ..... claim petition under the provisions of the motor vehicles act. in the absence any material the labour court held that the petitioner is not guilty of causing the fatal accident. the said finding of the ..... sec. 304-a ipc and other case would be filed by the legal heirs of the deceased claiming compensation under the provisions of the motor vehicles act. no material was placed before the enquiry officer either with regard to the registration of a crime or the legal heirs of the deceased filing any .....

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Oct 09 2012 (TRI)

The National Insurance Company Ltd. Rep. by Senior Divisional Manager ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Oct-09-2012

..... not having valid and requisite driving license. alleging that it amounts to deficiency, he claimed rs. 2,42,000/- towards expenses and repairs, rs. 1,31,200/- towards loss of income, rs. 25,000/- towards transportation charges, rs. 25,000/- towards garage charges and costs. 3) the appellant insurance company resisted the case. while admitting issuance of policy it alleged that ..... was renewed for a period of twenty years i.e. from february 5, 2000 to february 4, 2020. again, there was no endorsement as required by section 3 of the act. a specific plea was taken by the insurance company but the authorities held the insurance company liable which could not have been done. the reasoning and conclusion arrived at by .....

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Oct 19 2012 (HC)

M/S. Lanco Ferro Ltd., Represented by It Vs. N. Guravaiah and Another.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-19-2012

..... compensation awarded by the tribunal is just and reasonable? if not to what amount the claimant is entitled to? 32. in order to fix the income of the claimant, the tribunal took into consideration ex.a-4-salary certificate issued by the deputy general manager of empee sugars & chemicals ltd., which ..... be anticipated as being possible subjects of injury. in the circumstances considered in this case, the servant having express orders not to take passengers was acting outside the scope of his authority, the employer could not anticipate the presence of any passenger and that he was not liable for the injury.26 ..... got injured and he claimed damages from the defendants for the driver's negligence. the court held that that the driver of the lorry was acting outside the scope of his employment in carrying the plaintiff and had no authority to do so and therefore, the defendants were not liable for his ..... three bags of rice, it cannot be said that he was travelling as owner of goods. "section 2 (13) and 2(14) of the motor vehicles act, 1988 defines goods and goods carriage, which are as hereunder: " goods" includes live- stock, and anything (other than equipment ordinarily used with the vehicle) ..... for the appellant contends that the deceased travelled in the said vehicle as owner of goods and in view of section 147 of the motor vehicles act, 1988 the insurance company is liable to compensate the claim of the claimant. however, he contends that written instructions were issued to the drivers of .....

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Apr 13 2012 (HC)

Bodige Padma and Others Vs. Makula Shanker and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-13-2012

Reported in : 2012(5)ALT559; 2012(5)ALD500

..... and that the accident occurred due to rash and negligent driving of the driver of the lorry bearing no.apk 7039. the age, avocation, and income of the deceased etc. are denied. in the alternative it was contended that the accident occurred due to the negligence of both the drivers or ..... insurance company. further, the learned tribunal applied the standard of proof of beyond reasonable doubt in a claim case for compensation under the motor vehicles act which is contrary to the settled legal principles and also the procedure to be adopted by the tribunal in deciding the accident claim cases. 17. ..... witnesses. in the above referred two judgments and several other judgments, the supreme court held that the claimants in claim cases under motor vehicles act have to merely establish their case on touchstone of preponderance of probability and the standard of proof beyond reasonable doubt shall not be applied. the ..... mentioned in the first information report. further, a summary procedure was contemplated to evaluate the evidence of the witnesses in claim cases under motor vehicles act. the factum of accident need not be proved in claim cases by the standard of beyond reasonable doubt. the tribunal has to take a ..... give more importance to get the victim treated rather than to rush to the police station. under such circumstances, they are not expected to act mechanically with promptitude in lodging the fir with the police. delay in lodging the fir thus, cannot be the ground to deny justice to the .....

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