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Nov 26 2012 (HC)

M/S Neelakanteswara Associates, Rep. by Vs. the Govt. of A.P.industrie ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-26-2012

..... tenderer or bidder shall remit to zilla parishad head of account a sum equivalent to 25% of the knocked down amount along with payment of prevailing income tax and submit the same to the asst. director of mines and geology within two working days. this shall be in addition to the earnest money deposit ..... of account as indicated in the order of confirmation and submit the challans to the concerned asst.director of mines and geology along with payment of prevailing income tax and a security deposit of 10% of the knocked down amount subject to the minimum of rs.1,00,000/- (rupees one lakh only) ..... and submitted proposals for confirmation, only after 25% of the amount is deposited within two days. however, he submitted a report on 02.08.2012, and acting on the same, the 2nd respondent passed orders of confirmation on 04.08.2012. by that time, 25% of the amount was not deposited. the petitioner ..... and execute the lease deed with the assistant director of mines and geology concerned in form g-i on stamped paper as per the registration and stamp act within seven days from the date of confirmation order. the lease period shall commence with effect from the date of the execution of the lease deed. ..... (3) the successful bidder is liable to pay any other taxes payable to the government as per statutory provisions of various acts and rules prevailing. (4) if the successful tenderer or bidder fails to pay either 25% of the knocked down amount .....

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Oct 05 2012 (HC)

State Bank of Hyderabad, Msme Branch,war Vs. the Tahsildar, Hanamkonda ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-05-2012

..... is incorporated. such exercises are common in the field of taxation, customs, central excise, income tax, and the like. the fiction provided for under the relevant law is for the limited purpose under the act. it is not in dispute that through a legal fiction, provided for under section 52-a ..... first charge..." the charge in that case was referable to a provision of the rajasthan sales tax act. in the instant case, the charge and precedence are referable to section 17 of the act. it was held by the hon'ble supreme court that its judgment in state bank of bikaner ..... account of the fact that the prior determination was not undertaken after issuing notice to the concerned party; and 3) the proceedings under the act cannot be initiated against the properties which are already hypothecated or mortgaged in favour of a nationalized bank. the farmers in warangal district or for ..... they cannot touch the properties as regards which, hypothecation or mortgage exists. they further submit that the very initiation of the proceedings under the act is contrary to the prescribed procedure, since no prior determination of the amount due was taken place. learned counsel further submit that vast difference ..... handed over to them did not supply the resultant rice in spite of repeated demands, and left with no alternative, the proceedings under the act were initiated. he submits that the corporation is nothing but an extension of civil supplies department and that the proceedings are initiated strictly in .....

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Dec 03 2012 (HC)

Kone Elevator India Private Limited Rep. Vs. 1.The Presiding Officer, ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-03-2012

..... merits of the claim. 37. the underlying object has been succinctly stated by scrutton, l.j., in the leading case of r. v. kensington income tax commissioners (1917) 1 kb 48.:86. lj kb 25.:116. lt 13.in the following words: [i]t has been for many years the rule ..... it for payment. so, therefore, if mr.ramanjaneyulu is an officer of the petitioner company wielding considerable amounts of authority and influence, his acts cannot become acts of default on the part of the two workmen. very strangely, the petitioner company has not made a whisper about the role and status ..... state of up and ors1 and contended that when once an employee voluntarily resigns and the same has been accepted by the petitioner, such an act falls within the first exclusion clause to the definition of the term `retrenchment' and hence the labour court went wrong in entertaining the dispute. it ..... resignation offered by the workmen does not amount to retrenchment, invocation of the provision contained under section 2(a)(2) of the industrial disputes act would not arise and hence the labour court lacked jurisdiction to entertain the industrial dispute raised by the workman on his own. it is further ..... petitioner company from its head office at chennai. thereafter, the workmen have invoked the provision available under section 2(a)(2) of the industrial disputes act, 1947 and respectively raised the industrial dispute concerned. it is stated that upon receipt of notice from the labour court, guntur, the petitioner company .....

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Jun 06 2012 (HC)

Mutyala Geeta Bai and Others Vs. Ch.Ram Kumar and Another

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-06-2012

..... is no data available as to how much amount was being deducted towards income tax, certainly a reasonable amount has to be deducted towards income tax from the salary of the deceased. in the absence of any data available, i am of the view that the ..... income of the deceased for the purpose of computing compensation excluding income tax can be taken as rs.8,000/- per month. since the deceased was aged 39 years and was an assistant engineer in ..... computed in accordance with the guidelines issued by the supreme court in sarala varma and others v delhi transport corporation and another 2009 acj 1298 the income of the deceased was rs.9,659/- in the year 1999 when he died in the motor vehicle accident was in taxable range. though there ..... it is also further contended that since the dependants are five in number, the learned tribunal ought to have made deduction of 1/4th of the income of the deceased towards his personal and living expenses instead of 1/3rd. 6. in view of the contentions urged by the appellants, the compensation ..... government department, 50% of his salary has to be added towards future prospects, then the total income per month comes to rs.8,000/- .....

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Mar 01 2012 (HC)

Shaik Mohd. Ali Ansari and Others. Vs. Shaik Abdul Samed (Died) Per Lr ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-01-2012

..... rs.64,000/-. an overview of the above facts demonstrates that part of the sale consideration for the suit schedule property came out of the income/proceeds arising out of the joint properties settled under ex.a.1. to that extent, the plaintiffs undoubtedly could claim rights and interest in the ..... to their claim. in the alternative, the learned senior counsel submitted that mere payment of a portion of the consideration from out of the alleged income arising out of the joint properties would not translate to joint acquisition of the property as a whole. he therefore asserted that, in any event, ..... property to account for the acquisition of the suit schedule property. he pointed out that the plaintiffs had failed to substantiate details as to the income arising out of these properties and contended that this failure on the part of the plaintiffs to prove the nexus and sufficiency of the alleged ..... the plaintiffs did not and could not question defendant no.1 as to the management of the properties. however, defendant no.1 began squandering the income from the joint properties and was also using the same for his political activities and personal extravagances. he was not looking after them or their welfare ..... consideration under ex.a9, the presumption would weigh in favour of the same having been acted upon. that apart, there is no material to suggest that defendant no.1 had any other independent source of income apart from the properties held by him as the managing member of the family, on .....

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Mar 20 2012 (HC)

Sri Bhaktanjaneya Swamy Vari Devalayam T Vs. 1) to Whom So Ever It May ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-20-2012

hon'ble sri justice c.v. nagarjuna reddy c.r.p.nos.5784 of 2010 and 394 o 20. 3-2012 sri bhaktanjaneya swamy vari devalayam trust, tekulapalli,khammam district, represented by its chairman sri bondili dharma singh 1) to whom so ever it may concern 2) vakadani ramanarayana and others counsel for petitioner : sri vedula venkataramana, senior counsel sri v.l.n. gopalakrishna murthy counsel for respondent no.1 : -- counsel for respondent no.2 : sri m.v.s. suresh kumar counsel for respondent no.3 : -- counsel for respondent no.4 : sri g.m. mohiuddin counsel for respondent no.5 : sri a.s.c. bose cases referred:1. air 200.s.c.

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Jan 24 2012 (HC)

Nuziveedu Seeds Pvt. Ltd.,Rep. by Its Dy Vs. Protection of Plant Varie ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-24-2012

..... by the respondent company but restrained it from passing final orders. as pointed out by a division bench of this court in kakunuru venkata reddy v/s. commissioner of income-tax1, objections as to maintainability based on territorial jurisdiction should be decided at the inception. certain factual aspects crucial for determination of this preliminary issue may be noticed. the ..... also to be remembered that not only prosperous plant breeders but also individual farmers, who assert intellectual property rights over their plant varieties, are entitled to protection under the act. such a farmer, upon gaining information of the proposal to register a particular plant variety akin to his extant variety and being situated in a distant or remote place ..... entertain and process applications from plant breeders, farmers or persons claiming through them for registration of the plant varieties over which rights are sought to be asserted. the act and the rules framed thereunder enunciate the detailed procedure to be followed by the competent authority in the context of the tests to be conducted in respect of such ..... by the appellant company, would depend upon our decision in the appeals. these cases arise against the backdrop of the protection of plant varieties and farmers' rights act, 2001 (for brevity, 'the act'). this legislation was promulgated by the parliament for protecting the intellectual property rights of plant breeders and farmers over plant varieties developed by them. the scheme of .....

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Mar 13 2012 (HC)

Ms. Boulder Hills Villa Owners

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-13-2012

..... which justice, social, economic and political, shall inform all the institutions of the national life. (2) the state shall, in particular, strive to minimise the inequalities in income, and endeavour to eliminate inequalities in status, facilities and opportunities, not only amongst individuals but also amongst groups of people residing in different areas or engaged in different vocations. ..... the project is in tact. necessary measures in this regard can certainly be taken. the g.o. was issued in exercise of power under section 22-a of the registration act. it reads: "22-a prohibition of registration of certain documents:- (1) the following classes of documents shall be prohibited from registration, namely:- (a) documents relating to transfer ..... .prakash reddy, learned senior counsel, and sri r.raghunandan rao, learned counsel. they submit that the impugned g.o., is ultra vires section 22-a of the registration act, apart from being unconstitutional. it is pleaded that as of now, the land in question stood absolutely vested with the emaar hills township pvt. ltd., on the basis ..... ceiling and regulation) act, 1976; (e) any documents or class of documents pertaining to the properties the state government may, by notification prohibit the registration in which avowed or accrued interests of central and state governments, local bodies, educational, cultural, religious and charitable institutions, those attached by civil, criminal revenue courts and direct and indirect tax laws and others .....

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Mar 20 2012 (HC)

Ashok Gupta Vs. M/S. Lanco Hills Technology Park Private Limited, Rep. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Mar-20-2012

Reported in : 2012(3)ALT582

..... bare reading of the said unaudited balance sheet and profit and loss account would show that the respondent company had suffered a loss of rs. 38,28,51,371/- before tax for the year ending 31.03.2010 and, after adding the balance brought forward from the previous year, the loss carried to the balance sheet for the year ending 31 ..... be settled amicably by mutual discussion failing which the same shall be settled through arbitration; and the arbitration proceedings would be governed by the provisions of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996. the respondents letter dated 08.05.2008, calling upon the petitioner to pay the balance consideration for the apartment, is much before the petitioner sought cancellation of ..... companies (court) rules, 1995. the petitioner sought allotment of an apartment at the respondents venture in lanco hills, manikonda, gachibowli, hyderabad. the respondent is a company incorporated under the act having its registered office at hyderabad. its authorized share capital is rs. 600 crores divided into sixty crore equity shares of rs. 10/- each. the paid up share capital of ..... said company i.e. m/s. lanco hills technology park private limited with necessary powers under the companies act, 1956. c) that pending hearing and final disposal of the petition, the official liquidator be appointed as provisional liquidator of the assets, properties and income as also the business of m/s. lanco hills technology park private limited;) this company petition, for winding .....

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Sep 25 2012 (HC)

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

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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