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Jan 20 2017 (HC)

Dhruv Medical Centre, A Partnership Firm Vs. Vijay Shanker Patel and A ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-20-2017

..... revision petitioner supra impugning the transfer order supra are that the impugned order dated 08.08.2016 is opposed to section 42 of the indian arbitration and conciliation act, 1996 (for short the act ) which speaks on jurisdiction that, notwithstanding anything contained elsewhere in this part or in any other law for the time being in ..... to mention additional or assistant judges are subordinate to the district judge and the punjab high court in obrien, m.w. vs. haji abdul rahman (1913 indian cases (6) in a civil revision of 1911 observed referring to section 24 (3) cpc of 1908 that district judge got power to transfer a case ..... grade inferior to such principal civil court, or any court of small causes. as per section 19 of the act the arbitral tribunal shall not be bound by the code of cpc or the indian evidence act. subject to this part, the parties are free to agree on the procedure to be followed by the arbitral ..... permission under clause (12) of the lpa in respect of arbitration agreement entertained the proceeding and granted ad interim exparte injunction under section 9 of the act before commencement of arbitral proceedings and subsequent award passed and the award challenged, which was when questioned under article 227 of the constitution before the high ..... 1. the revision is maintained by m/s.dhruv medical center, a partnership firm with office at vinayak towers near bowenpally, secunderabad, against vijay shanker patel and his wife smt. sumanthi patel. it is impugning the .....

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Jan 05 2017 (HC)

A. Sambaiah Nayak and Another Vs. The State of Telangana, represented ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jan-05-2017

..... profits or other matter, amount of which to be subsequently determined, rule 44 attachment of agricultural produce, rule 45 provisions as to agricultural produce under attachment, rule 49 attachment of partnership property, rule 50 execution of decree against firm, rule 51 attachment of negotiable instruments, rule 52 attachment of property in custody of court or public officer, and rule 54 attachment ..... , unless and until it is repealed or superseded by the parliament, it should be in force. sections 18(3) and 8(2) of the indian independence act refer to the continuation of the government of india act, 1935. latter, by virtue of article 372(1) of the constitution of india, the provisions of the ordinance have been in force, however, with certain ..... aforesaid two requirements are satisfied the consequences contemplated by section 29(2) would automatically follow. these consequences are as under: (i) in such a case section 3 of the limitation act would apply as if the period prescribed by the special or local law was the period prescribed by the schedule. (ii) for determining any period of limitation prescribed by such ..... the historical background of the ordinance and other relevant statutes. any ordinance promulgated under article 123 of the constitution of india shall have the same force and effect as an act of parliament; the said ordinance shall cease to operate at the expiration of six weeks from its reassembly unless approved by both the houses of parliament. it should be noted .....

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