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Oct 01 2009 (HC)

Maverick Holdings and Investments (P) Limited, a Company Registered Un ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Oct-01-2009

..... is dismissed with cost of rs. 25,000/- which amount shall be deposited with registry within one month from today, later on the amount shall be paid to the bangalore mediation center.

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Jul 15 2009 (HC)

Kamalamma W/O Late H.G. Eshwarappa and ors. Vs. Honnali Taluk Agricult ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jul-15-2009

..... the state may have to incur some expenditure but, if they get their dispute settled between themselves without the intervention of the court or any one else, such as arbitrator/mediator etc., the state would not be incurring any expenditure. this being so, i am of the considered opinion that whether the parties to a litigation get their dispute settled by ..... the said rsa settled amicably with the first respondent therein namely honnali taluk agricultural produce co-operative marketing society ltd., without any intervention by this court or any arbitrator/conciliator/mediator and got their said appeal dismissed 'as settled out of court, they are entitled to refund of full court fees paid by them in the said rsa, as provided under ..... therein were entitled to refund of full court fees.7. whether the parties to a suit or appeal or any other proceeding get their dispute settled amicably through arbitration, or mediation or conciliation in the lok adalath, by invoking provisions of section 89 cpc, or they get the same settled between themselves without the intervention of any arbitrator ..... /mediator/conciliators in lokadalath etc., and without invoking the provisions of section 89 cpc, the fact remains that they get their dispute settled without the intervention of the court. if they .....

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Jun 10 2009 (HC)

Sri C.S. Muniyappa (Since Deceased by Proposed Lrs. Sri Thammaiah Youn ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jun-10-2009

Reported in : 2009(5)KarLJ588;

orderh.n. nagamohan das, j.1. the third respondent is the first plaintiff and one muniyappa is the second plaintiff. respondents 1 & 2 are defendants 1 and 2 before the trial court. petitioners claim that they are the surviving legal representatives of deceased second plaintiff. in this judgment for convenience, the parties are referred to their status before the trial court.2. the plaintiffs filed o.s. no. 5950/1990 for declaration of title, for a direction to transfer the katha of schedule property to their names and for other reliefs. during the pendency of the suit second plaintiff - c.s. muniyappa died on 11.02.2002. the petitioners on coming to know about the pendency of o.s. no. 5950/1990 filed i.a. nos. ii/2005, iii/2005 and iv/2005 for condonation of delay, to set aside the abatement and to bring them on record as the surviving legal representatives of deceased second plaintiff c.s. muniyappa. in the affidavit filed in support of the applications, the petitioners contend that the deceased c.s. muniyappa died without leaving any relations specified in clause - i of the schedule to section 8 of the hindu succession act (for short 'the act'). the petitioners further contend that the deceased c.s. muniyappa died leaving behind two brothers by name tammaiah and pillaiah who are also dead. petitioners are the children of deceased tammalah and pillaiah and as such they contend that they are the surviving relations of deceased c.s. muniyappa as specified in clause - ii of .....

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Jun 05 2009 (HC)

Century Club Vs. Commissioner of Service Tax

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Jun-05-2009

Reported in : 2010[17]STR337

..... thus :section 65(51): 'health and fitness service' means service for physical well being such as, sauna and steam bath, turkish bath, solarium, spas, reducing or slimming salons, gymnasium, yoga, mediation, massage (excluding therapeutic massage) or any other like service.section 65(52) : 'health club and fitness centre' means any establishment, including a hotel or a resort, providing health and fitness .....

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Feb 02 2009 (HC)

Sri K. Madhava Raja Nayak S/O Late Sri K. Venkappa Sheshagiri Nayak Vs ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Feb-02-2009

Reported in : 2009(2)KCCR1206; 2009(5)AIRKarR207; AIR2009NOC2884(D.B).

..... fairness of the bequeaths made by his lather?x) whether the plaintiff proves that there was dispute about his father's will and the dispute became the subject matter of mediation by kudupi srinivas shenoy and kaghunath pai kasthuri?xi) whether the plaintiff proves that the sale of item no. 11 of the plaint 'b' schedule property by rohini alias laxmibai ..... bequeathed to them under the will by the father. they have denied that they had any dispute within three months alter the death of their father or that there was mediation or compromise as alleged in the plaint. that the sale made by rohini @ lakshmibai with regard to item 'b' schedule property in the name of defendant no. 2 was not .....

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Oct 14 2009 (HC)

Maria Chaya Schupp, a German National Represented by Her Constituted A ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Oct-14-2009

..... to the application of the petitioner dated 29.1.2009 - which is an undated document from the records of pro - infante - the german adoptive agency which is said to have mediated the adoption of the petitioner which indicates the petitioner's location as respondent no. 5 - institution as well as annexure-c thereto wherein the same information is repeated. and a .....

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Dec 03 2009 (HC)

Siddaramu S/O Sri Komaraiah Vs. the Assistant Commissioner and Prescri ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-03-2009

ordera.s. bopanna, j.1. the petitioner is before this court assailing the official memorandum dated 20.09.2008 in no. rrt(2)cr 290/2008-09 and the order dated 11.08.2009 in no. r.mis.250/2008-09. the said orders are impugned at annexures 'd' and 'k' to the writ petition.2. the case of the petitioner is that he has filed form no. 7-a seeking grant of the land measuring 1 acre 13 guntas in survey no. 533 of srirangapattana village, kesaba hobli. at the first instance the assistant commissioner had granted the land in favour of the petitioner. subsequently the respondents herein questioned the same before the appellate tribunal, the same also ended in a writ petition before this court, insofar as the proceedings relating to the claim made by the petitioner in form no. 7-a, the earlier proceedings have bean set aside and the matter is presently pending before the authorized authority/assistant commissioner considering the claim put forth by the petitioner.3. the grievance of the petitioner is that the claim made by the petitioner is based on the revenue entries which existed as on 01.03.1974 and the present change bade by the impugned official memorandum to the nana of the respondents could affect his right and therefore the original entry which existed as on 01.03.1974 and prior to that date will have to be retained. therefore the petitioner questioning the official memorandum by which the nana of the respondents was entered had filed an appeal under section 136(2) of the land .....

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Dec 03 2009 (HC)

Commissioner of Service Tax, Service Tax Commissionerate Vs. Bpl Limit ...

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-03-2009

Reported in : [2010]20STJ81(Karnataka); 2010[17]STR113; [2010]24STT220

k.l. manjunath, j.1. the revenue has come up in appeal challenging the legality and correctness of the order passed by the customs, excise and service tax appellate tribunal, south zonal bench, bangalore, (cestat) dated 22.6.2006 in appeal no. st/38/06 and final order no. 1065/2006 raising the following substantial questions of law.1) whether the hon'ble cestat is legal and correct in unconditionally setting aside the demand for service tax, without considering the legal provisions that the service tax is liable to he paid by the respondent as and when the payment for the service provided is received by thorn;ii) whether the hon'ble cestat is legal and correct in holding that suppression of facts did not exist and hence the extended time limit laid down in section 73 of the act is not invokable in the case.2. the facts leading to this cause are as hero under:the respondent-assesaee is providing services and registered with the service tax department dated 6.9.2000 under the finance act, 1994. according to the assesses, the assessee has been regularly filing the returns and in the return it is disclosed the non receipt of the service charges due from its customers. a show cause notice was issued by the department stating that the assessee has failed to pay the service tax and for which reply was sent by the assessee saying that, in accordance with law returns are being filed and service tax are not paid by it only on account of non receipt of service tax due from its customers .....

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Dec 02 2009 (HC)

R.V. Gopalkrishna Vs. the Deputy Commissioner and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-02-2009

Reported in : 2010(1)KarLJ263

ordera.s. bopanna, j.1. the petitioner is calling in question the order dated 30-8-2007 passed in r. misc. no. 28 of 2005-06. the said order is passed by the deputy commissioner and the same is impugned at annexure-a to the petition.2. the case of the petitioner is that he is the brother of late gangadhar menon. the said gangadhar menon had owned an extent of 2 acres 19 guntas in sy. no. 39 of gavatur village, hosanagar taluk. the said land had been granted to him on 30-4-1986. out of the said extent of land granted, sri gangadhar menon during his lifetime had sold an extent of 28 guntas to the fourth respondent herein under a sale deed dated 28-5-2002. the remaining extent is said to have been retained by the said gangadhar menon. when this was the position. gangadhar menon died on 27-11-2002. the petitioner being the natural successor claims right to the property.3. on the other hand, the fourth respondent has claimed right to the said property under a will dated 1-7-1999. based on the will and the revenue inspector's report, the tahsildar has mutated the name of fourth respondent vide m.r. no. 7 of 2003-04. the petitioner claiming to be aggrieved by the same was before the assistant commissioner in appeal no. ra 169 of 2003-04 filed under section 136(2) of the karnataka land revenue act, 1964 (for short, the 'act'). the assistant commissioner after noticing the rival contentions was of the view that the revenue authorities in any case cannot decide upon the validity of the .....

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Dec 02 2009 (HC)

Jayamma Vs. State of Karnataka and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Decided on : Dec-02-2009

Reported in : 2010(1)KarLJ468

ordera.s. bopanna, j.1. the petitioner is before this court assailing the endorsement dated 5-12-2007 issued by the third respondent, which is impugned at annexure-b to the petition. the petitioner has also sought for mandamus to direct the third respondent to conduct the survey in accordance with law and to prepare the sketch.2. the petitioner claims to be the owner in possession of the property bearing survey no. 10/1 measuring 1 acre 32 guntas situate at kengal kempohalli village, sompura hobli, nelamangala taluk. the petitioner claims that the revenue records also stands in the name of the petitioner. however, while carrying out the mutation order, the revenue authorities had wrongly indicated only 35 guntas of land in block no. 3 and in that context, the dispute has arisen. the fourth respondent herein claims right to certain other extents of the property in the very same survey no. 10/1. it is in that context, there was a suit for injunction between the petitioner and the fourth respondent herein in o.s. no. 414 of 1995. the suit instituted by the fourth respondent was dismissed and subsequently the regular appeal filed by him is also said to have been dismissed. in view of the dispute relating to the extent of the property, there were several other proceedings between the petitioner and the fourth respondent. in order to settle these aspects of the matter, the petitioner has sought for survey of the land so that the extent owned by the petitioner based on the documents .....

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