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Feb 15 1963 (HC)

Amajala Sathiraju Vs. Gunda Subbayya and anr.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1964AP28

..... v. avalil moidin, ilr 20 mad 157, that the property in the decrees had not passed to the plaintiff prior to the attachment before judgment, under section 232, civil procedure code (act xiv of 1882). we do not think it necessary to read the decision in the case quoted as laying down -- a thing it does not do ..... the distinction between the right to the decree as such, and the debt which has become merged in the decree, and lays down that the language of section 146. c. p. c. permits a transferee of a debt to maintain an application for execution of the decree as a person claiming under the transferor. ..... the transfer deed in other proceedings.8. before adverting to the decisions on the point, the provisions of the code of civil procedure may be referred to. section 146, c. p. c., enacts thus :'save as otherwise provided by this code of by any law for the time being in force, where any proceeding ..... that the interest of the decree-holder merged in both of them and the second petitioner having agreed not to press the petition, dismissed it as not maintainable.2. on appeal by gunda subbayya the transferee d.h. against the order of the district munsif, the lower appellate court remanded i. a. no. 29 of ..... c. p. c. as well as section 47 read with order xxii, rule 10. c. p. c.15. the observations of bhagwati, j. at p. 400, who agreed with s. r. das, j., are very apposite.'in case of transfer of book debts or property coming within the definition of actionable claim there is therefore necessarily .....

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Sep 23 1965 (HC)

Koruprolu Talupulu Vs. Dasetti Narasamma and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : (1968)ILLJ304AP

order(1) the learned advocate for the petitioner is not present, i have, therefore, heard the learned advocate for the respondent. the only point involved in this revision petition is whether the amount of provident fund is the property of the deceased or is that of the nominee. this very point fell for consideration in . in the goods stanley austin cardigan martin air 1939 cal 642. it was held by their lord ships that thata would not be an asset of the deceased in the hands of the nominee. it is the property belonging to the nominee. admittedly, the respondent was the nominee of the provident fund. the provident fund amount which he got after the death of the deceased, would be his and could not be treated as an asset of the deceased in the hands of the respondent. assuming, therefore, that the house was contructed out of this amount, even then that house does bot being to the deceased. the judgment of the learned additional subordinate judge, therefore, in conclusion is correct and i see no reason to interfere wtih it.[2) the revision petition is, therefore, dismissed with costs.(3) cj/dhz (4)revision dismissed.

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Sep 20 1972 (HC)

Puchalapalli Chandrasekhara Reddy and anr. Vs. the Official Receiver, ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1973AP130

..... the truth or otherwise of the petitioning creditor's debt is not at all a defence to an application filed by the official receiver under section 53 of the act.in bajirao v. bansilal, : air1963bom212 a similar question came up for consideration and it was held that so for as the effect of the ..... a nullity it is open to the transferee to raise the said question as a defence to an application filed by the official receiver under section 53 of the act. but the learned judge erred in thinking that an objection to the genuineness of the petitioning creditor's debt renders the order of adjudication ..... insolvent became vested in the official receiver who filed an application i. a. no 284 of 1962 before the subordinate judge kavali under section 53 of the provincial insolvency act to amend the transfer ex. b-1 made by the insolvent in favour of the petitioners. thetrial court held that the transfer in favour ..... any appeal and that order became final. so long as the order of adjudication stands, the official receiver is empowered under the provisions of the insolvency act to file an application to annul the transfers made by the insolvent. it is not the case of the petitioner that the order adjudication is a ..... learned judge felt that there should be an authoritative pronouncement by a division bench of this court. hence the case is posted before a division bench.2. the petitioners are transferees from a debtor under a sale-deed ex. b-1 dated 29-12-1960. the debtor was adjudged as an insolvent .....

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Sep 25 1986 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. Venkateswara Transmission (P.) Ltd.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : [1988]171ITR476(AP)

..... declined to grant depreciation on the ground that the drawings, designs, charts, etc., did not constitute 'books' so that they did not fall within the definition of 'plant' in section 43(3) of the income-tax act, 1961. that view was upheld by this court and the decision of this court was challenged in the supreme court. the only question that fell for ..... (sc) . attention is invited to the observation of the supreme court that drawings, designs, charts, plans, processing data and other literature comprised in the documentation service fell within the definition of 'plant' in section 43(3) on such a capital asset. drawing inspiration from the aforesaid observations, learned standing counsel contended that the drawings, designs, etc., supplied by m/s. ventra engineering ..... appellate tribunal is correct in law in holding that the expenditure of rs. 1,15,000 incurred by the assessee on acquisition of technical know-how is not capital expenditure ?'2. we have heard learned standing counsel. we are unable to accept his connection that the expenditure incurred by the assessee is of capital nature. in our opinion, the principle is .....

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Feb 01 1989 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. East Coast Marine Products (P.) Ltd. an ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : (1990)88CTR(AP)156; [1990]181ITR314(AP)

order--in respect of matters not covered by appeal before commissioner (a)held:the doctrine of merger applies to income tax proceedings but the extent of its applicability depends onthe scope and the subject matter of the appeal and the decision rendered by the appellate authority. matters whichare not covered by the appellate order are left untouched and to that extent, the ito's assessment order survives permitting exercise of revisional jurisdiction by the commissioner under s. 263. -- cit v. k.l. rajput (1987) 164 itr 197 (mp) (fb) concurred with.-- note : legislature has since stepped in with a view to remove any controversy. it has introduced cl. (c) in the explanation to s. 263. this explanation introduced by the taxation laws (amendment), act, 1984, and amended by the direct tax laws (amendment) act, 1987, though not applicable to the assessmentorder concerned herein, manifests the legislative intent. income tax act 1961 s.263

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Nov 16 1999 (HC)

Mandavilli Sujatha Vs. Baratam Vykuntarao and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(1)ALD237; 2000(1)ALT216

..... case of ramankutty guptan v. avara, : air1994sc1699 , and also in the case of sandhya rani v. sudha rani, : [1978]2scr839 .12. in fact, section 28 of the specific relief act specifically mentions about the decree holder depositing the balance of sale consideration within the period prescribed under the decree or such further period as the court may allow ..... beyond the period stipulated under the decree. it is obviousthat the learned senior judge failed to exercise the jurisdiction vested in him under section 148 of the cpc and under section 28 of the specific relief act.14. in the result, there can be nohesitation in holding that the order under revision deserves to be set aside and accordingly ..... in the case of yeshoda and another v. k. nagarajan, : (1996)11scc228 . in that case, it has been categorically held that the court had power under section 148 of cr.pc to enlarge the time for payment of balance of sale consideration after the expiry of the time stipulated under the decree. in view of this judgment ..... cancelled.9. the learned judge seems to have relied upon a judgment of this high court in the case of p.v. chalapathi v. t. sava reddy, 1989 (2) alt 629. in the said case, the learned single judge of this court held that suit for specific performance of agreement of sale, will stand dismissed in case ..... order1. heard both sides.2. this revision petition is directed against the order of the additional senior civil judge, srikakulam dated 18-8-1999 passed in un-numbered 1a filed in .....

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Jan 03 2002 (HC)

Katuri Venkateswara Rao and ors. Vs. Andhra Pradesh Co-operative Appel ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2002(1)ALD808; 2002(1)ALT590

..... absolutely no legal and justifiable ground at all to decide the matter in favour of the appellants and to upset the impugned certificates issued by the competent authority under section 71 of the act. it is further observed that the appellants having participated in the proceedings and contested the same cannot now contend that they were not afforded with a reasonable opportunity ..... aside of the impugned decrees passed against the appellants. the tribunal answered point no. 1 against the appellants and held that all the appeals were barred by limitation. point nos. 2, 3 and 4 were considered together and the tribunal held that in the absence of anymaterial in regard to the discharge of the loan, the case of the appellants that ..... orders passed by the learned single judge and also the cooperative appellate tribunal. 5. the first appellant herein is the husband of the 3rd appellant and the father of appellants 2, 4 and 5. he is now holding the post of the president of the 3rd respondent-cooperative society. during the period from 1993 to 1996 also he was the president ..... the appellant, learned government pleader appearing for the respondent no. 1, mr. b. adinarayana rao, learned counsel appearing for respondents 2 and 5 and mr. k. rajanna representing mr. k.l.n. raghavendra reddy learned counsel for respondents 3 and 4. 2. the writ appeal is directed against an order dated 27th november, 2001 passed by a teamed single judge of this .....

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Mar 05 2007 (HC)

K. Malla Reddy and ors. Vs. Chairman, Airport Authority of India and o ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2007(2)ALT549

..... for the benefit of the employees of airport authority of india, except the engineering staff, for automatic upgradation, wherever there is a stagnation of promotion for more than 6 years.2. now, it is the grievance of the petitioners, who are 16 in number that the scheme of flexible complementary was not extended nor the arbitral award of 1988 was implemented .....

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Dec 09 1964 (HC)

Kurcha Sanyasinaidu Vs. Chode Suryarao and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1965AP330

..... goes to the purchaser as statutory compensation, and this remedy can only be pursued within thirty days of the sale, as prescribed by article 166, sch. i of the limitation act. (12) it follows from the foregoing discussion that there are no merits in this revision petition. it is accordingly dismissed with costs of the contesting respondents.(13) petition dismissed. ..... rule 89, the learned judges observed : 'from the judgment and decree it is clear that the liability of the tarwad was only to the extent of rs. 3,309-9-2 and subsequent interest and costs. the argument of the appellant is that in the proclamation of sale the amount of rs. 11,000 odd was mentioned and therefore that should ..... a recent decision of this court in veeraraghavayya v. venkata subbaraya sastri, : air1964ap94 as to the true scope of rule 89 of order xxi of the code of civil procedure. (2) the relevant facts giving rise to this revision petition are as follows : the 1st respondent obtained a money decree in o. s. no. 146 of 1954 on the file of .....

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Dec 04 1984 (HC)

Commissioner of Income-tax Vs. S. Subba Reddy

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : [1986]159ITR120(AP)

..... of the interest receivable by the assessee from the firm in which the assessee is a partner was deductible from the assessee's income under section 37 of the income-tax act at the instance of the revenue (2) whether, on the facts and in the circumstances of the case, the partnership capital allotted to the assessee's (divided) son would constitute borrowal ..... this view, we think it unnecessary to go into the question whether the assessee is entitled to claim deduction under section 37 of the act. we answer the question accordingly. 9. the learned counsel for the assessee has not pressed questions nos. (2) and (3), which were referred at his instance. we, therefore, decline to answer these two questions. question no. (1) is ..... the interest is deductible under section 37 ?' 8. so far as the first question is concerned, we think it is unnecessary to ..... for the purpose of section 67(3) of the act at the instance of the assessee (3) if the answer to question no. (2) is in the negative, whether .....

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