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Feb 14 1992 (HC)

S.K. Khuddus Vs. Managing Director, A.P. State Warehousing Corporation ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-14-1992

Reported in : 1992(2)ALT127; (1993)ILLJ13AP

..... to the secretary to government of andhra pradesh, food & agriculture department, saying that the enquiry officer appointed by the corporation did not examine the officials of the acb or the mediators and did not follow the procedural rules while conducting the enquiry, and requested the government to issue instructions to the a.p. state warehousing corporation to order a de novo .....

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Dec 01 1992 (HC)

Smt. P. Syamala W/O Pasumarthi Madhusudana Rao Vs. S.V. Prasad, Secret ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Dec-01-1992

Reported in : 1993(1)ALT567

..... regarding the source of the contraband gold and his contention that the gold belonged to an nri was an afterthought and entirely contrary to his earlier admission made before the mediators. the detaining authority was, therefore, satisfied that the detenu was fit person to be detained under cofeposa act, 1974 and opined that 'in the interest of national economy, in order .....

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Oct 23 1992 (HC)

Syed Amjad Ahmed Vs. State of Andhra Pradesh

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Oct-23-1992

Reported in : 1993CriLJ1920

..... and p.w. 2 surrendered before the police station and then p.w. 9 inspector of police arrested the accused and recovered p.w. 2 under the cover of a mediators' report in the presence of witnesses and handed over the girl, p.w. 2 to her mother, p.w. 1. 3. to prove the charges against the accused, prosecution examined .....

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Sep 24 1992 (HC)

The Food Inspector Vs. M. Pandarinath and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Sep-24-1992

Reported in : 1992(3)ALT588

..... is the order granting written consent which reads: '....that on a perusal of the detailed report submitted by the health officer of eluru municipality, the public analyst report and the mediators' report the concerned authority accorded sanction to launch prosecution under the provisions of the act. it also mentions that gingelly oil was found to be adulterated as per public analyst .....

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Nov 25 1992 (HC)

The Assistant Commissioner, Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Nov-25-1992

Reported in : 1994(2)ALT190

..... . the recitals in the document considered by the madras high court in that decision were quite different. as found by the learned judges, the parties contemplated taking the advice of mediator in settling the details of the trust they desired to create and incorporating the same in a formal deed of trust. moreover, the learned judges observed:'the language of ex .....

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Apr 30 1992 (HC)

Purna Bai and Others Vs. Ranchhoddas and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Apr-30-1992

Reported in : AIR1992AP270; 1992(2)ALT495

orderbhaskar rao, j.1. these two appeals, one preferred by the plaintiffs and the other, by the 9th defendant, arise out of the same judgment, and therefore are disposed of by this common judgment. the suit was.filed for partition and separate possession of the moveable and immoveable properties covered by the plaint schedules.2. the relevant facts in brief are : one purandas had four sons and one daughter, namely, (i) ranchhoddas, (ii) dwarakadas, (in) motilal, (iv) babulal and (v) yoga bai. purandas died in 1962. his fourth son, babulal, pre-deceased purandas while dwarakadas, another son, died on 3-5-1966 leaving behind him the plaintiffs wife and two sons. after the death of purandas, the eldest son, ranchhod das, was managing the joint family. the family is a business family; the business being run in the name of purandas ranchhoddas & sons. the family has perfume shop at gulzar house, hyderabad, and a medical shop at sultan bazar. since the plaintiffs did not wish to continue their joint status with the defendants, they issued a suit notice, ex.a-15, for division of the joint family properties and having found a negative attitude with the defendants laid the present suit. respondents 1 to 3 and 10 filed a common written statement contending that it is not true that the plaintiffs and the defendants constitute a joint family, that the plaintiffs have no share in the properties and that they are not entitled to the share claimed, that purandas having died in 1962 did not .....

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Aug 03 1992 (HC)

Nuka Kamalamba and ors. Vs. M. Ramaiah and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Aug-03-1992

Reported in : 1992(3)ALT673

a. gopal rao, j.1. this appeal is from the judgment and decree in original suit no. 18 of 1984, on the file of the principal subordinate judge, warangal, dismissing the suit of the plaintiffs for a preliminary decree directing partition of plaint schedule estate and allot 0-24 paise share to the plaintiffs, to appoint a commission to divide the suit estate as per the preliminary decree, to pass a final decree in respect of the shares of the plaintiffs and to put them in separate possession of such shares, for rendition of accounts with effect from may, 1978 by the 1st defendant and for a permanent injunction, restraining the 1st defendant from receiving the rents from the 8th defendant in respect of the suit estate. as plaintiffs 1 and 2 sold away their shares in the partnership subsequent to the institution of the suit, the appeal was preferred by the unsuccessful plaintiffs 3 to 8.2. the 1st defendant was the owner of an extent of ac. 3-07 guntas of land covered by survey numbers 1683, and 1693 within the municipal limits of warangal town. it appears, the food corporation of india, warangal branch, was in need of a godown and with a view to construct the godowns for the purpose of renting them out to the food corporation of india, a partnership was constituted by eleven persons under ex.a-12, partnership agreement, dated 14-9-1977. defendants 1 to 7, d-10, d-11, first plaintiff and one lingamurty signed the partnership agreement. the object of the partnership business, as .....

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Jun 26 1992 (HC)

T.N. Khambati and ors. Vs. the Appellate Authority Under Urban Land (C ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jun-26-1992

Reported in : 1992(2)ALT694

ordersivaraman nair, j.1. there are six petitioners. the first three are brothers and the next three are their sisters. they challenge a common appellate order dated 22.5.1989 passed by the 1st respondent dismissing three appeals filed by petitioners 1 to 3 against the orders dt.26.6.1982 and 22.12.1988 which the 2nd respondent had made under section 9 of the urban land (ceiling and regulation) act, 1976 (for short 'the act'). the orders related to urban land in old no. l42/c corresponding to municipal numbers 1.8.161. to 164 on penderghast road, secunderabad. respondents found petitioners ho 3 to have 706.34 sq.metres each of surplus land above the ceiling limits fixed under section 4 of the urban land (ceiling and regulation) act, 1976. petitioners submit that the above finding contained in the appellate order, which affirmed the order of the 2nd respondent, is illegal and unsustainable.2. petitioners 1 to 3-the brothers, purchased 6794 sq. metres of land consisting of a few residential buildings by sale deed no. 6629/73 dt. 18-10-1973 from the previous owners. they contend that at that time, the land consisted of a residential bungalow, three out houses (residential), one garage, one store room and one toilet. they entered into an agreement on 5-7-1974 for sale of 3989 sq. metres of land on which stood six out of the seven buildings, except the garage, to their sisters-petitioners 4 to 6, for an amount of rs. 1,10,000/-. petitioners 1 to 3 submit that they had received an .....

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Feb 28 1992 (HC)

C.V.L. Subrahmahyam Vs. K. Venkateshwarlu and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Feb-28-1992

Reported in : 1993(1)ALT430

orderp.l. narasimha sarma, j.1. this application is filed for punishing respondents 1 to 5 under the contempt of courts act (act 70 of 1971) (hereinafter referred to as 'the act').2. the facts which are either admitted or borne out of the record are as follows: petitioner is working as a lecturer in economics in c.s.r. sarma college, ongole from 1973. he was elected as the chairman of the staff association. as the chairman of the staff association, he became the officio member of the governing body of the c.s.r. sarma college, ongole (for short 'college'). the college was one of the centres for conducting intermediate public examinations. certain irregularities with regard to invigilation seem to have been committed during the course of the conduct of the intermediate public examinations, with which we are not concerned in these proceedings. the governing body of the college met on 24-4-1988 to consider the alleged irregularities committed as mentioned above. it is stated by the petitioner that the said item was net in the agenda for discussion and that it is a matter which has to be dealt with by the board of intermediate as per the rules and not for the governing body. however, the governing body passed a resolution constituting a committee to enquire into the alleged irregularities in spite of the dissent of the petitioner. questioning the said resolution constituting an enquiry committee, the affected lecturers filed o.s.no. 23 of 1988 in the court of vacation civil judge .....

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Jul 22 1992 (HC)

The Lokayukta for Andhra Pradesh Rep. by the Registrar Vs. Dr. B. Sesh ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Decided on : Jul-22-1992

Reported in : 1992(3)ALT224

d.j. jagannadha raju, j.1. these two writ appeals arise out of the common judgment dated 16th october, 1987, in writ petitions w.p. no. 3555 of 1986 and w.p. no. 4753 of 1986. w.p. no. 3555 of 1986 was filed questioning the proposal to conduct an investigation by the lokayukta into complaint no. 871 of 1986 regarding three allegations. w.p. no. 4753 of 1986 was filed questioning the proceedings of the lokayukta in dis. no. 4144 dated 15-4-1986 initiating an investigation on his own motion. the learned single judge allowed the two writ petitions and quashed the proceedings impugned in the two writ petitions.2. the present respondent dr. b. seshadri was working as the principal and superintendent of the government dental college/hospital, hyderabad. a student by name c. sekhar gave a complaint to the lokayukta. subsequently the complainant did not support the allegations in the complaint and when an opportunity was given to him to fulfil the formalities of a complaint under the andhra pradesh lokayukta and upa-lokayukta act, 1983, (hereinafter called 'the act'), he failed to do it. the learned lokayukta did not dismiss the complaint in limine though section 9 of the act and rule 3 of the andhra pradesh lokayukta and upa-lokayukta (investigations) rules, 1984 (hereinafter called 'the rules') were not complied with. the lokayukta took cognizance of the petition as a complaint by order dated 13-8-1984 and on the ground that there are verifiable allegations, he forwarded a copy of .....

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