Court : Chhattisgarh
Decided on : Oct-16-2003
Reported in : 2004(2)MPHT68(CG)
..... the respondents in both the petitions, are the real brothers who are the sons of late rajaram gupta. m/s. rajaram maize products, rajnandgaon, was a partnership firm registered under the indian partnership act, 1932, constituted vide deed of partnership dated 01-07-1988 of which (i) late rajaram gupta, (ii) subodh kumar gupta, one of the respondents in both the petitions, (iii) suryakant gupta ..... , (iv) late shrikant gupta and (v) smt. prabha agarwal were the partners. similarly, there was one another partnership firm namely, m/s. rajaram & brothers, mandsaur which was also a registered partnership firm, constituted by a deed of partnership dated 13-08-1989 and registered under the indian partnership act, 1932. the partners of the firm were (i) late rajaram gupta, (ii) subodh kumar gupta, (iii) suryakant ..... gupta, (iv) late shrikant gupta, and (v) k.k. jindal, brother of late rajaram gupta.3. according to the petitioners, some disputes arose amongst the partners of the aforesaid two partnership firms and in order to resolve .....Tag this Judgment!
Court : Chhattisgarh
Decided on : Jul-02-2003
Reported in : AIR2004Chh5; 2004(1)CTLJ147(Chhatt); 2003(3)MPHT54(CG)
..... c. bhadoo, j.1. by this writ petition filed under article 226/227 of the constitution of india the petitioner, a registered partnership firm registered under the indian partnership act under registration no. ngp/1441/90-91 and engaged in the work of manufacturing, supplying, marketing and distribution of materials for civil, ..... of that policy is fair. it is only concerned with the manner in which those decisions have been taken. the extent of the duty to act fairly will vary from case to case. learned counsel appearing for the petitioner was not able to point out any irrational, arbitrary or procedural impropriety ..... wisdom based on their past experience decided this eligibility criteria. so their decision to fix the eligibility criteria, without any specific instance that they have acted against any rules or showing that they have committed any error of law or exceeded their powers or abused their powers while taking such decision ..... of that policy is fair. it is only concerned with the manner in which those decisions have been taken. the extent of the duty to act fairly will vary from case to case. shortly put, the grounds upon which an administrative action is subject to control by judicial review can be ..... of status and opportunity. every state action must be aimed at achieving this goal. every holder of a public office by virtue of which he acts on behalf of the state or public body is ultimately accountable to the people in whom the sovereignty vests. as such, all powers so vested .....Tag this Judgment!