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Apr 12 2012 (HC)

G. Madhava Rao and Another Vs. Dr. G. Padma Rao and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-12-2012

..... mittal v. housing board, haryana air 2002 supreme court 1157, the supreme court classified the grounds of objection under section 30 of the arbitration act, 1940 as emanating from agreement and the other from law. if a party participated in the proceedings, he cannot be allowed to turn round after ..... the award herein or getting it registered, the arbitrators cannot be considered to have been shown to have violated any mandatory provisions of the arbitration act, 1940 or the terms of the agreement between the parties. what sri rayudu contends primarily is that in allotting the plaint b schedule property, ..... , wherein the supreme court held that if the award is contrary to the substantive provisions of law or the provisions of the arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 or against the terms of the contract, it would be patently illegal, which could be interfered under section 34. however, it was ..... the original cause of action, where the award has not been filed and all proceedings relating thereto had not been gone through as required by the arbitration act, were followed. as already stated, the learned judge deciding antyakula eswara rao v. gudla kumara swamy (2 supra) distinguished v. sanjeevamma v. yerram ..... consent, while the mother died intestate. he claimed that his father was paying the house tax for the plaint b-schedule house. pw.1 admitted that he was not aware about the sources of income of his mother to purchase the plaint b-schedule property and he was not aware whether .....

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Oct 19 2012 (HC)

M/S. Lanco Ferro Ltd., Represented by Its Joint Managing Director Vs. ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-19-2012

..... 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 and chemicals ltd., ..... 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. ..... plaintiff 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 ..... circular issued by the management of the appellant company to all its driver. according to him, despite such instructions, the drivers are restoring to the act of entertaining passengers by collecting money. according to him, this case falls within the parameters of the maxim volenti non fit injuria. 12. p.w ..... 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 .....

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Jan 03 2012 (HC)

The Commissioner of Income Tax, Visakhap Vs. V. Subbaraju, Proprietor ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-03-2012

..... action is initiated immediately for withdrawal of the benefits secured by him and recovery of such benefits in accordance with sub- sections (1) and (3) of section 11 of the act. as a sequel to dismissal of the writ petition, w.p.m.p.no.43013 of 2011 filed by the petitioner for interim relief is dismissed as infructuous. _____________________________ c ..... dismissed with costs of rs.25,000/- (rupees twenty five thousand only). respondent no.1 is directed to initiate prosecution forthwith against the petitioner in terms of section10 of the act. respondent no.2 is directed to initiate appropriate steps against the petitioner for withdrawal of the benefits secured by her and also recovery of such benefits in accordance with sub ..... community certificates obtained by the persons making fraudulent claims should be cancelled, they have to be severely punished by handing-out appropriate punishment in terms of section 10 of the act. the petitioner, thanks to the bogus community certificate and the interim orders obtained by her after the cancellation of the community certificate by respondent no.1, has successfully secured ..... that the petitioner does not belong to madiga (sc) community. under section 6 of the andhra pradesh (scheduled castes, scheduled tribes and backward classes) regulation of issue of community certificates act, 1993, the burden is on the person who holds the community certificate to prove that he belongs to the said community. except asserting that he was adopted by a couple .....

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Sep 28 2012 (HC)

The Taj Mahal Hotel,(Belson's Hotel's P Vs. Sri Madvesh Acharya, S/o ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-28-2012

..... negative, he has to atleast assert on oath that he was neither employed nor engaged in any gainful business and that he did not have any income. then the burden shifts on to the employer.19. it is contended by sri p.sridhar rao, learned counsel for the workman- employee, ..... cordiality amongst themselves. therefore, the act of the workman-employee in pulling the hand of another employee does not amount to manhandling. in normal parlance the expression 'manhandling' is understood ..... learned counsel for the workman-employee, contends that pulling the hand of another employee of the same industry does not amount to manhandling him. such acts are only intended to draw the attention of another person towards him. when both the employees are working at the same place they maintain lot of ..... workman-employee. it is stated in the enquiry officer's report that the two witnesses examined by the management were very much categorical about the act of the workman-employee of pulling the hand of sri krishna in a forceful manner, which is nothing but manhandling. the statement made by sri ..... by proceedings dated 27.10.2004. hence, the workman-employee invoked the provision available under section 2a (2) of the industrial disputes act, 1947 ( for brevity, 'the act') and raised the industrial dispute no.48 of 2005 for setting aside the order, dated 27.10.2004 and to consequently direct the .....

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Sep 28 2012 (HC)

The Taj Mahal Hotel and Another Vs. Madvesh Acharya and Another

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-28-2012

..... negative, he has to atleast assert on oath that he was neither employed nor engaged in any gainful business and that he did not have any income. then the burden shifts on to the employer. 19. it is contended by sri p.sridhar rao, learned counsel for the workman-employee, that ..... cordiality amongst themselves. therefore, the act of the workman-employee in pulling the hand of another employee does not amount to manhandling. in normal parlance the expression manhandling is understood ..... learned counsel for the workman-employee, contends that pulling the hand of another employee of the same industry does not amount to manhandling him. such acts are only intended to draw the attention of another person towards him. when both the employees are working at the same place they maintain lot of ..... workman-employee. it is stated in the enquiry officers report that the two witnesses examined by the management were very much categorical about the act of the workman-employee of pulling the hand of sri krishna in a forceful manner, which is nothing but manhandling. the statement made by sri ..... by proceedings dated 27.10.2004. hence, the workman-employee invoked the provision available under section 2a (2) of the industrial disputes act, 1947 (for brevity, the act) and raised the industrial dispute no.48 of 2005 for setting aside the order, dated 27.10.2004 and to consequently direct the .....

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Oct 03 2012 (HC)

T. Venkata Ramanaiah Vs. the Government of Andhra Pradesh, Repres

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-03-2012

..... the annual maktha. the representation being rejected on such grounds is unsustainable, the calculation being opposed to the prescriptions of section 65 and the calculation of income without reference to the date of application of the petitioner is incorrect. the petitioner, therefore, desired the proceedings of the 2nd respondent dated 02-07-2012 ..... dated 02-07-2012 have to be appreciated with reference to the above said factual background. the proviso to section 6 (c) of a.p. act 30 of 1987 enables the commissioner of endowments to alter the classification assigned to an institution or endowment in the list and enter the same in the ..... to look after the affairs of the institutions with reference to the provisions of sections 6 (c), 29 and 15 (2) of the a.p. act 30 of 1987. a review meeting held by the minister for endowments on 08-09-2010 resulted in the minutes recording a direction to all the officers ..... cultivation of lands held by the institution or endowment for which revenue or taxes or licence fees have to be paid and any other income does not, therefore, appear to be capable of being construed to be in respect of the income derived from the lands kept in the possession of archakas. the various items ..... 1945 and the property register under section 43 of a.p. act 30 of 1987. the income from the land enjoyed by the archakas has to be included in the overall income of the temple for the purpose of calculation under the a.p. act 30 of 1987 and the auction of the leasehold rights for .....

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Oct 03 2012 (HC)

T. Venkata Ramanaiah Vs. the Government of Andhra Pradesh, Represented ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-03-2012

..... the annual maktha. the representation being rejected on such grounds is unsustainable, the calculation being opposed to the prescriptions of section 65 and the calculation of income without reference to the date of application of the petitioner is incorrect. the petitioner, therefore, desired the proceedings of the 2nd respondent dated 02-07-2012 ..... dated 02-07-2012 have to be appreciated with reference to the above said factual background. the proviso to section 6 (c) of a.p. act 30 of 1987 enables the commissioner of endowments to alter the classification assigned to an institution or endowment in the list and enter the same in the ..... to look after the affairs of the institutions with reference to the provisions of sections 6 (c), 29 and 15 (2) of the a.p. act 30 of 1987. a review meeting held by the minister for endowments on 08-09-2010 resulted in the minutes recording a direction to all the officers ..... cultivation of lands held by the institution or endowment for which revenue or taxes or licence fees have to be paid and any other income does not, therefore, appear to be capable of being construed to be in respect of the income derived from the lands kept in the possession of archakas. the various items ..... 1945 and the property register under section 43 of a.p. act 30 of 1987. the income from the land enjoyed by the archakas has to be included in the overall income of the temple for the purpose of calculation under the a.p. act 30 of 1987 and the auction of the leasehold rights for .....

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Mar 13 2012 (HC)

M/s. Boulder Hills Villa Owners' Associa Vs. the State of Andhra Prade ...

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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Jun 08 2012 (HC)

Kakumani Subba Rao Vs. Kakumani Venkateswarlu (Died) Per Lrs. and Anot ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-08-2012

..... it is the evidence of first defendant as dw.1 that the joint family possessed properties and raised commercial crops like tobacco, which yield good income. admittedly, the joint family possessed joint properties at least to the extent of plaint a schedule property, excluding item no.16 of the plaint ..... however, the plaintiff himself has admitted that the joint family possessed ac.25.00 cents of land and that the property has been generating good income. the presumption that the joint family possessed sufficient nucleus to acquire plaint d schedule property, therefore, has come into play. it is for the ..... appeal has therefore to be dismissed. thus, it was observed that unless there is evidence that new property could have been acquired with the income of the family, there is no presumption that the property acquired by the manager is the joint family property. the learned senior counsel for ..... . if the plaintiff were in exclusive possession of plaint d schedule property including the superstructure thereon, the plaintiff must have paid municipal tax and non-agricultural tax and would have been able to produce such receipts at least to establish his exclusive possession over plaint d schedule property. the plaintiff ..... owner of the plaint schedule property. 55. it is the contention of the learned senior counsel for the plaintiff that the transfer of property act contemplates that the person in whose name the sale deed stands is the owner of the property. there cannot be any exception to this .....

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Oct 19 2012 (TRI)

Sudhakar Kasireddy and Another Vs. M/S. Maytas Properties Ltd. Rep. by ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission SCDRC Hyderabad

Decided on : Oct-19-2012

..... the case. the complainants have approached the bank for availing loan for purchase of flat and they entered into agreement of sale with the developer. basing on the application and income profile of the complainants and the agreement of sale entered into between the complainants and the developer it (the bank) had agreed to sanction loan as per the norms. ..... sale on various dates agreeing to sell flats as alleged in the complaint for the consideration mentioned therein excluding stamp duty, registration fee, vat, service tax etc. the project was commenced as per the schedule. however, on a wholly incorrect understanding of its association with mr. b. ramalinga raju, various investigations and proceedings were ..... the application, the petitioner herein approached the state commission which dismissed the appeal filed and whereupon the depositor approached district forum under section 27(1) of the consumer protection act, 1986 by filing penalty petition. the second category of cases are those where the depositor filed a penalty petition before the district forum for implementation of the order in ..... is filed for the above mentioned reliefs. 3) the developer filed counter resisting the claim. it admitted that it is a limited company incorporated under the provisions of companies act inter-alia engaged in the business of construction. it alleged that it started a venture, under the name and style ??maytas hill county. they entered into an agreements of .....

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